Stephen J Paddison
Stephen J Paddison
Professor of Chemical Engineering and Gibson Endowed Chair of Engineering, University of Tennessee
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Transport in proton conductors for fuel-cell applications: simulations, elementary reactions, and phenomenology
KD Kreuer, SJ Paddison, E Spohr, M Schuster
Chemical reviews 104 (10), 4637-4678, 2004
21452004
Proton conduction mechanisms at low degrees of hydration in sulfonic acid–based polymer electrolyte membranes
SJ Paddison
Annual Review of Materials Research 33 (1), 289-319, 2003
5302003
Short-side-chain proton conducting perfluorosulfonic acid ionomers: Why they perform better in PEM fuel cells
KD Kreuer, M Schuster, B Obliers, O Diat, U Traub, A Fuchs, U Klock, ...
Journal of Power Sources 178 (2), 499-509, 2008
3342008
The mechanism of proton conduction in phosphoric acid
L Vilčiauskas, ME Tuckerman, G Bester, SJ Paddison, KD Kreuer
Nature chemistry 4 (6), 461-466, 2012
3222012
Modelling of morphology and proton transport in PFSA membranes
JA Elliott, SJ Paddison
Physical chemistry chemical physics 9 (21), 2602-2618, 2007
2402007
The modeling of molecular structure and ion transport in sulfonic acid based ionomer membranes
SJ Paddison
Journal of New Materials for Electrochemical Systems 4 (4), 197-208, 2001
2302001
Molecular modeling of the short-side-chain perfluorosulfonic acid membrane
SJ Paddison, JA Elliott
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 109 (33), 7583-7593, 2005
2262005
About the choice of the protogenic group in polymer electrolyte membranes: Ab initio modelling of sulfonic acid, phosphonic acid, and imidazole functionalized alkanes
SJ Paddison, KD Kreuer, J Maier
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 8 (39), 4530-4542, 2006
1982006
The nature of proton transport in fully hydrated Nafion®
SJ Paddison, R Paul
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 4 (7), 1158-1163, 2002
1912002
A statistical mechanical model of proton and water transport in a proton exchange membrane
SJ Paddison, R Paul, TA Zawodzinski Jr
Journal of the Electrochemical Society 147 (2), 617, 2000
1882000
Molecular modeling of the pendant chain in Nafion®
SJ Paddison, TA Zawodzinski Jr
Solid State Ionics 113, 333-340, 1998
1441998
A comparative study of the hydrated morphologies of perfluorosulfonic acid fuel cell membranes with mesoscopic simulations
D Wu, SJ Paddison, JA Elliott
Energy & Environmental Science 1 (2), 284-293, 2008
1412008
High frequency dielectric studies of hydrated Nafion®
SJ Paddison, DW Reagor, TA Zawodzinski Jr
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry 459 (1), 91-97, 1998
1341998
On the consequences of side chain flexibility and backbone conformation on hydration and proton dissociation in perfluorosulfonic acid membranes
SJ Paddison, JA Elliott
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 8 (18), 2193-2203, 2006
1332006
Effect of molecular weight on hydrated morphologies of the short-side-chain perfluorosulfonic acid membrane
D Wu, SJ Paddison, JA Elliott
Macromolecules 42 (9), 3358-3367, 2009
1272009
Bond dissociation energies and radical heats of formation in CH3Cl, CH2Cl2, CH3Br, CH2Br2, CH2FCl, and CHFCl2
E Tschuikow‐Roux, S Paddison
International journal of chemical kinetics 19 (1), 15-24, 1987
1241987
Comparison of the hydration and diffusion of protons in perfluorosulfonic acid membranes with molecular dynamics simulations
S Cui, J Liu, ME Selvan, SJ Paddison, DJ Keffer, BJ Edwards
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 112 (42), 13273-13284, 2008
1192008
Defect structure for proton transport in a triflic acid monohydrate solid
M Eikerling, SJ Paddison, LR Pratt, TA Zawodzinski Jr
Chemical Physics Letters 368 (1-2), 108-114, 2003
1152003
Proton friction and diffusion coefficients in hydrated polymer electrolyte membranes: Computations with a non-equilibrium statistical mechanical model
SJ Paddison, R Paul, TA Zawodzinski Jr
The Journal of Chemical Physics 115 (16), 7753-7761, 2001
1092001
A unified morphological description of Nafion membranes from SAXS and mesoscale simulations
JA Elliott, D Wu, SJ Paddison, RB Moore
Soft Matter 7 (15), 6820-6827, 2011
1042011
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