John Leslie Finney, PhD

Affiliations: 
Physics and Astronomy University College London, London, United Kingdom 
 ISIS Pulsed Neutron Source Rutherford Appleton Laboratory 
 1965-1988 Crystallography Birkbeck College, University of London, London, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
Liquids, disordered solids
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Parents

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John Desmond Bernal research assistant 1965-1968 Birkbeck College
 (Also graduate student )
Helen Dick Megaw grad student 1961-1964 Cambridge (Physics Tree)
 (One of my undergraduate teachers that introduced me to crystallography)
George A. Jeffrey research scientist 1970-1971 University of Pittsburgh
 (Gave me the opportunity to spend a year working in the US where I made many good scientific colleagues)

Children

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Douglas Victor Bliss grad student
Jeremy C. Smith grad student Birkbeck College (Chemistry Tree)
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Salzmann CG, Slater B, Radaelli PG, et al. (2016) Detailed crystallographic analysis of the ice VI to ice XV hydrogen ordering phase transition. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 145: 204501
Finney JL. (2015) Crystallography Without a Lattice Structural Chemistry. 13: 53-68
Mitterdorfer C, Bauer M, Youngs TG, et al. (2014) Small-angle neutron scattering study of micropore collapse in amorphous solid water. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics : Pccp. 16: 16013-20
Bowron DT, Finney JL. (2013) Ion interactions with non-polar and amphiphilic solutes in water. Faraday Discussions. 160: 239-54; discussion 3
Finney JL. (2013) Bernal's road to random packing and the structure of liquids Philosophical Magazine. 93: 3940-3969
Whale TF, Clark SJ, Finney JL, et al. (2013) DFT-assisted interpretation of the Raman spectra of hydrogen-ordered ice XV Journal of Raman Spectroscopy. 44: 290-298
Salzmann CG, Radaelli PG, Slater B, et al. (2011) The polymorphism of ice: five unresolved questions. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics : Pccp. 13: 18468-80
Loerting T, Winkel K, Seidl M, et al. (2011) How many amorphous ices are there? Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics : Pccp. 13: 8783-94
Lopez M, Kurkal-Siebert V, Dunn RV, et al. (2010) Activity and dynamics of an enzyme, pig liver esterase, in near-anhydrous conditions. Biophysical Journal. 99: L62-4
Salzmann CG, Radaelli PG, Mayer E, et al. (2009) Ice XV: a new thermodynamically stable phase of ice. Physical Review Letters. 103: 105701
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