Amanda L. Higginbotham-Duque
Amanda L. Higginbotham-Duque
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Longitudinal unzipping of carbon nanotubes to form graphene nanoribbons
DV Kosynkin, AL Higginbotham, A Sinitskii, JR Lomeda, A Dimiev, ...
Nature 458 (7240), 872-876, 2009
35792009
Spontaneous high-concentration dispersions and liquid crystals of graphene
N Behabtu, JR Lomeda, MJ Green, AL Higginbotham, A Sinitskii, ...
Nature nanotechnology 5 (6), 406, 2010
5872010
Lower-defect graphene oxide nanoribbons from multiwalled carbon nanotubes
AL Higginbotham, DV Kosynkin, A Sinitskii, Z Sun, JM Tour
ACS nano 4 (4), 2059-2069, 2010
5142010
Graphite oxide flame-retardant polymer nanocomposites
AL Higginbotham, JR Lomeda, AB Morgan, JM Tour
ACS applied materials & interfaces 1 (10), 2256-2261, 2009
2562009
Covalent functionalization of surfactant-wrapped graphene nanoribbons
Y Zhu, AL Higginbotham, JM Tour
Chemistry of Materials 21 (21), 5284-5291, 2009
1412009
Methods for preparation of graphene nanoribbons from carbon nanotubes and compositions, thin films and devices derived therefrom
JM Tour, DV Kosynkin, A Higginbotham, BK Price
US Patent 8,703,090, 2014
1152014
Highly functionalized and soluble multiwalled carbon nanotubes by reductive alkylation and arylation: the billups reaction
JJ Stephenson, AK Sadana, AL Higginbotham, JM Tour
Chemistry of materials 18 (19), 4658-4661, 2006
992006
Ferromagnetism in graphene nanoribbons: Split versus oxidative unzipped ribbons
SS Rao, SN Jammalamadaka, A Stesmans, VV Moshchalkov, J Tol, ...
Nano letters 12 (3), 1210-1217, 2012
832012
Electronic transport in monolayer graphene nanoribbons produced by chemical unzipping of carbon nanotubes
A Sinitskii, AA Fursina, DV Kosynkin, AL Higginbotham, D Natelson, ...
Applied Physics Letters 95 (25), 3108, 2009
822009
Diameter-dependent solubility of single-walled carbon nanotubes
JG Duque, ANG Parra-Vasquez, N Behabtu, MJ Green, AL Higginbotham, ...
ACS nano 4 (6), 3063-3072, 2010
792010
Carbon nanotube composite curing through absorption of microwave radiation
AL Higginbotham, PG Moloney, MC Waid, JG Duque, C Kittrell, ...
Composites Science and Technology 68 (15), 3087-3092, 2008
732008
Unzipped graphene nanoribbons as sensitive O2 sensors: Electron spin resonance probing and dissociation kinetics
SS Rao, A Stesmans, K Keunen, DV Kosynkin, A Higginbotham, JM Tour
Applied Physics Letters 98 (8), 083116, 2011
422011
Spin dynamics and relaxation in graphene nanoribbons: electron spin resonance probing
SS Rao, A Stesmans, J van Tol, DV Kosynkin, A Higginbotham-Duque, ...
ACS nano 6 (9), 7615-7623, 2012
322012
Paramagnetic centers in graphene nanoribbons prepared from longitudinal unzipping of carbon nanotubes
SS Rao, A Stesmans, DV Kosynkin, A Higginbotham, JM Tour
New Journal of Physics 13 (11), 113004, 2011
272011
Complex Microwave Permittivity of Secondary High Explosives
AL Higginbotham Duque, WL Perry, CM Anderson‐Cook
Propellants, Explosives, Pyrotechnics 39 (2), 275-283, 2014
222014
Tunable permittivity of polymer composites through incremental blending of raw and functionalized single-wall carbon nanotubes
AL Higginbotham, JJ Stephenson, RJ Smith, DS Killips, LC Kempel, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 111 (48), 17751-17754, 2007
202007
Development of inert density mock materials for HMX
JD Yeager, AL Higginbotham Duque, M Shorty, PR Bowden, JA Stull
Journal of Energetic Materials 36 (3), 253-265, 2018
132018
Dissolution of graphite, graphite and graphene nanoribbons in superacid solutions and manipulation thereof
JM Tour, M Pasquali, N Behabtu, JR Lomeda, DV Kosynkin, A Duque, ...
US Patent 9,534,319, 2017
112017
Dissolution of graphite, graphite and graphene nanoribbons in superacid solutions and manipulation thereof
JM Tour, M Pasquali, N Behabtu, JR Lomeda, DV Kosynkin, A Duque, ...
US Patent 9,534,319, 2017
112017
Micro to mesoscale temperature gradients in microwave heated energetic materials
WL Perry, ALH Duque
Journal of Applied Physics 116 (5), 054911, 2014
92014
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