Benjamin J. Wiley

Affiliations: 
Chemistry Duke University, Durham, NC 
Area:
nanomaterials
Website:
http://fds.duke.edu/db/aas/Chemistry/faculty/bjw24
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Bio:

http://people.duke.edu/~bjw24/cv.pdf
DOI: 10.1021/ar7000974

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Parents

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David J. Norris research assistant 2001-2003 UMN
L. Edward Scriven research assistant 2001-2003 UMN
Younan Xia grad student 2007 University of Washington
 (Synthesis of silver nanostructures with controlled shapes and properties.)
George M. Whitesides post-doc 2007-2009 Harvard

Children

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Adria R. Wilson grad student 2014 Duke
Zuofeng Chen post-doc 2013-2014 Duke
Myung Jun Kim post-doc 2016-2020 Duke (E-Tree)
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Fichthorn KA, Chen Z, Chen Z, et al. (2021) Understanding the Solution-Phase Growth of Cu and Ag Nanowires and Nanocubes from First Principles. Langmuir : the Acs Journal of Surfaces and Colloids
Manning HG, Flowers PF, Cruz MA, et al. (2020) The resistance of Cu nanowire–nanowire junctions and electro-optical modeling of Cu nanowire networks Applied Physics Letters. 116: 251902
Brown M, Wiley BJ. (2020) Bromide Causes Facet-Selective Atomic Addition inGold Nanorod Syntheses Chemistry of Materials. 32: 6410-6415
Cardenas JA, Tsang H, Tong H, et al. (2020) Flash ablation metallization of conductive thermoplastics Additive Manufacturing. 36: 101409
Kim MJ, Brown M, Wiley BJ. (2019) Electrochemical investigations of metal nanostructure growth with single crystals. Nanoscale
Williams NX, Noyce S, Cardenas JA, et al. (2019) Silver nanowire inks for direct-write electronic tattoo applications. Nanoscale
Kim MJ, Seo Y, Cruz MA, et al. (2019) Metal Nanowire Felt as a Flow-Through Electrode for High-Productivity Electrochemistry. Acs Nano
Huo D, Kim MJ, Lyu Z, et al. (2019) One-Dimensional Metal Nanostructures: From Colloidal Syntheses to Applications. Chemical Reviews
Kim MJ, Cruz MA, Yang F, et al. (2019) Accelerating electrochemistry with metal nanowires Current Opinion in Electrochemistry. 16: 19-27
Kim MJ, Alvarez S, Chen Z, et al. (2018) Single-Crystal Electrochemistry Reveals Why Metal Nanowires Grow. Journal of the American Chemical Society
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