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Items by Grant, Robert

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Articles

Grant, J., Jack, R. L. and Whitelam, S., 2011. Analyzing mechanisms and microscopic reversibility of self-assembly. Journal of Chemical Physics, 135 (21), 214505.

Conference or Workshop Items

Pesce, G., Molinari, M., Grant, R., Parker, S. and Ball, R., 2016. Experimental and computational study of the dissolution mechanism of Portlandite nano-crystals. In: Euro AFM Forum, 2016-06-22 - 2016-06-24, Ecole de physique, University of Geneva.

Ball, R., Pesce, G., Molinari, M., Grant, R., Parker, S. and Fletcher, I., 2016. Atomistic Modelling for the Study of Dissolution and Carbonation of Lime. In: 36th Cement and Concrete Science Conference, 2016-09-05 - 2016-10-06, Welsh Academy of Music and Drama, Cardiff University.

Pesce, G., Ball, R., Molinari, M., Grant, R. and Parker, S., 2016. Atomistic modelling for low-carbon cement and concrete technologies. In: International Workshop on Innovation in Low-carbon Cement & Concrete Technology, 2016-09-21 - 2016-09-24, University College.

Pesce, G., Ball, R., Grant, R., Yeandel, S. and Parker, S., 2015. Atomistic modelling for the construction industry. In: 35th Cement and Concrete Science Conference (CCSC35), 2015-08-26 - 2015-08-28, Scotland.

Pesce, G., Ball, R., Grant, R., Yeandel, S., Parker, S. and Molinari, M., 2015. Experimental Investigation for the Development and Validation of Atomistic Models in Construction. In: 16th International Conference on Non-conventional Materials and Technologies (NOCMAT 2015), 2015-08-10 - 2015-08-13.

Thesis

Grant, J., 2012. Order from Disorder: Measuring Reversibility and Local Equilibration in Self-Assembly. Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)). University of Bath.

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