Sang K. Kwak, Ph.D.

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2005 State University of New York, Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, United States 
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Chemical Engineering
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David A. Kofke grad student 2005 SUNY Buffalo
 (Studies of point defects in strained solids by molecular simulation.)
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Jana S, Singh JK, Kwak SK. (2009) Vapor-liquid critical and interfacial properties of square-well fluids in slit pores. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 130: 214707
Huang HC, Kwak SK, Singh JK. (2009) Characterization of fluid-solid phase transition of hard-sphere fluids in cylindrical pore via molecular dynamics simulation. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 130: 164511
Kwak SK, Cahyana Y, Singh JK. (2008) Characterization of mono- and divacancy in fcc and hcp hard-sphere crystals. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 128: 134514
Gazali P, Kwak SK, Singh JK. (2008) Interface mixing behaviour of Lennard-Jones FCC (100) thin film Molecular Physics. 106: 2417-2423
Singh JK, Kwak SK. (2007) Surface tension and vapor-liquid phase coexistence of confined square-well fluid. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 126: 024702
Singh JK, Adhikari J, Kwak SK. (2007) Interfacial properties of Morse fluids (Molecular Physics (2007) 105 (981)) Molecular Physics. 105: 2327
Singh JK, Adhikari J, Kwak SK. (2007) Interfacial properties of Morse fluids Molecular Physics. 105: 981-987
Kwak SK, Singh JK, Adhikari J. (2007) Molecular simulation study of vapor-liquid equilibrium of morse fluids Chemical Product and Process Modeling. 2
Singh JK, Adhikari J, Kwak SK. (2006) Vapor-liquid phase coexistence curves for Morse fluids Fluid Phase Equilibria. 248: 1-6
Kwak SK, Kofke DA. (2005) Effect of monovacancies on the relative stability of fcc and hcp hard-sphere crystals. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 122: 176101
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