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David A. Williams grad student 1976 UMIST
 (A theoretical study of gas-phase interstellar molecule formation and its relationship with interstellar cloud collapse.)
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Wagenblast R, Williams DA, Millar TJ, et al. (1993) On The Origin Of Nh In Diffuse Interstellar Clouds Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 260: 420-424
Howe DA, Millar TJ, Williams DA. (1992) Chemistry In A Protoplanetary Nebula Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 255: 217-226
Nejad LAM, Millar TJ. (1988) Chemical modelling of molecular sources – VI. Carbon-bearing molecules in oxygen-rich circumstellar envelopes Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 230: 79-86
Millar TJ, Nejad LAM. (1985) Chemical modelling of molecular sources. IV: Time-dependent chemistry of dark clouds Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 217: 507-522
Millar TJ, Williams DA, Jones AP, et al. (1985) Chemical evolution in local interstellar molecular clouds Lecture Notes in Physics. 237: 64-67
Maclean S, Duley WW, Millar TJ. (1982) A laboratory simulation of the interstellar 220 nanometer feature The Astrophysical Journal. 256
Duley WW, Millar T, Williams DA. (1980) Inter-Stellar Chemistry Of Sulfur Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 192: 945-957
Millar TJ, Duley WW. (1980) Interstellar grains: constraints on composition from infrared observations Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 191: 641-649
Duley WW, Maclean S, Millar TJ. (1978) Silicon monoxide and the 10 μm interstellar feature Astrophysics and Space Science. 53: 223-225
Millar TJ, Williams DA. (1977) Large Interstellar Molecules Astrophysics and Space Science. 48: 243-248
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