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Barnes, Mark C., Kumar, Sunil, Green, Len, Hwang, Nong-Moon, and Gerson, Andrea R. (2005) The mechanism of low temperature deposition of crystalline anatase by reactive DC magnetron sputtering. Surface and Coatings Technology, 190 (2-3). pp. 321-330.

Barnes, Mark C., Jeon, In-D., Kim, Doh-Y., and Hwang, Nong M. (2002) Generation of charged clusters during thermal evaporation of gold. Journal of Crystal Growth, 242 (3-4). pp. 455-462.

Barnes, Mark C., Kim, Doh-Y., and Hwang, Nong M. (2000) The mechanism of gold deposition by thermal evaporation. Journal of Ceramic Processing Research, 1 (1). pp. 45-52.


Ivanova, Elena P., Hasan, Jafar, Webb, Hayden K., Gervinskas, Gediminas, Juodkazis, Saulius, Truong, Vi Khanh, Wu, Alex H.F., Lamb, Robert N., Baulin, Vladimir A., Watson, Gregory S., Watson, Jolanta A., Mainwaring, David E., and Crawford, Russell J. (2013) Bactericidal activity of black silicon. Nature Communications, 4. 2838. pp. 1-7.


Jeon, In-D., Barnes, M.C., Kim, Doh-Y., and Hwang, Nong M. (2003) Origin of positive charging of nanometer-sized clusters generated during thermal evaporation of copper. Journal of Crystal Growth, 247 (3-4). pp. 623-630.


Lee, Beom S., Barnes, Mark C., Kim, Doh-Y., and Hwang, Nong M. (2002) Spontaneous generation of charged clusters of a few nanometers during thermal evaporation of copper. Journal of Crystal Growth, 234 (2-3). pp. 599-602.


Sheppard, L., Bak, T., Nowotny, J., Sorrell, C.C., Kumar, S., Gerson, A.R., Barnes, M.C., and Ball, C. (2006) Effect of niobium on the structure of titanium dioxide thin films. Thin Solid Films, 510 (1-2). pp. 119-124.


Zhang, Xuehua, Lu, Ziyang, Tan, Huanshu, Bao, Lei, He, Yinghe, Sun, Chao, and Lohse, Detlef (2015) Formation of surface nanodroplets under controlled flow conditions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 112 (30). pp. 9253-9257.

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