Nanodiamond Technology

  • Detonation Nanodiamond

    Detonation nanodiamond (DND) is produced from the carbon contained in high-energy explosives. Such explosive compounds simultaneously serve as sources of energy and carbon. The characteristic size of primary particles is ~ 4 nm, which can be isolated from large aggregates formed during synthesis and purification. DNDs contain a wide variety of surface functional groups following purification. As-produced detonation diamond nanoparticles are hydrophilic and can be chemically functionalized for the specific applications listed below. Preliminary investigations determined that DND is non-toxic and biocompatible. Traditional detonation nanodiamond applications include galvanic coatings, polishing pastes and suspensions, polymer composites, lubricating oils, and greases. DND had also been employed for seeding substrates used in the CVD growth of diamond films. New and novel applications of nanodiamond are developing rapidly in fields as diverse as magnetic recording, medical, biomedical and antifouling. Studies indicate that DND is non-toxic and biocompatible, which makes it attractive for medical and biapplications taking into account its rich surface chemistry that can be modified in a controllable way.

     

    Books and major reviews on nanodiamond published by staff of ITC/ Adamas:

    1. Detonation Nanodiamonds - Science and Applications, Eds. A. Vul, O. Shenderova, Pan Stanford Publishing, 2014

    2. Ultrananocrystalline Diamond, 2nd Edition, Eds. O.Shenderova, D. Gruen, Elsevier, 2012

    3. Schrand, A.M., Hens, S.A.C. & Shenderova, O.A. Nanodiamond Particles: Properties and Perspectives for Bioapplications. Critical Reviews in Solid State and Materials Sciences 34, 18-74 (2009).

    4. Shenderova, O.A., Zhirnov, V.V., and Brenner, D.W., Carbon nanostructures., Critical Rev. in Solid State and Materials Sciences, 27, 227, 2002.

    5. Shenderova, O.A. & Gruen, D.M. (eds.) Ultrananocrystalline diamond : synthesis, properties, and applications (William Andrew Pub., Norwich, N.Y., 2006).

  • Fluorescent Nanodiamond

    The fluoresence of nanodiamond particles is based on color centers incorporated into the diamond lattice. Nitrogen-vacancy centers (N-V) provide red fluorescence and N-V-N (or H3 centers) emit green light. The remarkable property of the color centers in diamond is that they don’t photobleach or photoblink, as compared to quantum dots or organic dyes. In combination with ND’s outstanding biocompatibility, large surface area, and facile surface functionalization, fluorescent NDs (FND) are considered as a new generation of bioimaging probes for the study of cellular dynamics at the single molecular level. Large numbers of N-V centers per particle is desirable for these applications to provide high brightness.

     

    N-V centers in ND posses unique spin properties that render their applications as single photon emitters or ultrasensitive nanoscale magnetometers. For these applications, one N-V center per particle is desirable. NV centers in ND need to be produced. In our approach, NDs manufactured by static high-pressure, high-temperature (HPHT) synthesis and containing about 100 ppm of substitutional N, are irradiated with 2-3MeV electrons and annealed. Other approaches for production of fluorescent NDs are under development in our laboratory.

  • Nanolubricants

    Detonation nanodiamond (DND) has emerged as one of the leading candidate anti-friction and anti-wear additives to a variety of lubricants. As seen in Figure 1a (Click for detail), the coefficient of friction of a widely used motor oil Mobil 5000 5W30 as determined by block-on-ring tests in our laboratory is reduced by a factor of 10 times following the addition of a DND-based additive. Similar benefit can be obtained for other commercially available motor oils, including lubricants for diesel engines and for transmissions. The wear is also reduced by up to 50% as illustrated in Fig. 1b of the wear scars resulting from tests with and without the DND-based additive. As can be seen from SEM images of the scar surfaces in Fig.1b, DND provides significant polishing effect, resulting in a dramatic reduction of friction.

     

    Figure 1(Click for detail): The coefficient of friction as a function of time for Mobile 5000 motor oil with a DND-based additive in block-on-ring tests (UMT-3 tribometer, USA) conducted at a 30 kg load and 200 rpm rotation velocity (a). SEM images at different magnification of the surfaces for wear scars formed in H30 block samples during tests with and without DND additives in Mobil oil (b). The inset illustrates photos of wear scars on blocks formed following block-on-ring tests of Mobile 5000 motor oil with and without DND-based additive.

     

    • OEM approved bench fuel efficiency test on engines including “city cycle” and high speed cruise demonstrated 4.5% fuel efficiency improvement when the DND additive was introduced.

     

    • Field test in passenger cars demonstrated 5-10% improvement in fuel efficiency.

     

    • If all US car owners used engine oil that gave them 1.0% fuel economy improvement, then the estimated total cost savings for USA would be about $3.3 billion per year.

     

    Thus, using nanolubricant additives may provide a significant overall monetary benefit to the society, not mentioning that the reduced fuel consumption will also lead to reduced greenhouse gas emissions in transportation systems.

     

    Adámas offers a line of nanolubricant products:

     

    • additives for motor oils (gasoline and diesel engines)

     

    • additives for transmission oil

     

    These are premier products containing DND with aggregate sizes below 50nm which form colloidally stable transparent suspensions in oils.

     

    See Products section for specific products. More information is available in the brochures below:

     

    More Information on D-Tribo Motor Oil     More Information on D-Tribo Base Oil     D-Tribo Motor Oil Test Results

     

Adámas Expertise

  • Patents

    1. “Phototherapeutic Treatment Methods and Apparatus”, Olga A. Shenderova and Gary E. McGuire; US Patent 6,866,678

    2. “High Resolution Multi-lens Imaging Device”, Paul Howard Holloway, Mark R. Davidson, Olga Alexander Shenderova, Gary E. McGuire, David B. Tanner, and Arthur Hebard; U.S. Patent 6,954,310

    3. “Polymer Nanocomposite Structures for Integrated Circuits”, Gary E. McGuire and Olga Alexander Shenderova; U.S. Patent 7,224,039

    4. “Flexible Phototherapy Bandage”, Paul H. Holloway, Gary E. McGuire, Olga A. Shenderova, John Reynolds, Kirk Schanze, James Boncella, U.S. Patent Number 7,304,201

    5. “Multiple Wavelength and Multiple Field of View Imaging Devices and Methods”, Olga Alexander Shenderova, Gary E. McGuire, and David Alexander Shenderov, U.S. Patent 7,502,178

    6. “Back-gated Field Emission Electron Source”, Victor Pellegrini Mammana, Gary E. McGuire, Olga Alexander Shenderova, US Patent 7,893,605

    7. “Nano-carbon Hybrid Structures”, Olga Alexander Shenderova, Garry B. Cunningham and Gary E. McGuire, U.S. Patent U.S. 8,070,988

    8. “Nano-carbon Hybrid structures”, Olga Alexander Shenderova, Garry B. Cunningham and Gary E. McGuire, Continuation of U.S. Patent 8,070,988; U.S. Patent 8,308,994

    9. “Electromagnetic radiation attenuation”, V.Kuznetsov, O.Shenderova, U.S. Patent 7,612,138

    10. “Nanodiamond fractionation and the products thereof”, S.Hens, O.Shenderova, U.S. Patent 7,569,205

    11. “Nanodiamond material, method and device for purifying and modifying a nanodiamond”, I.Petrov, Y.Skryabin, O.Shenderova, U.S.Patent 8,389,584

    12. “Nanodiamond material, method and device for purifying and modifying a nanodiamond”, I.Petrov, Y.Skryabin, O.Shenderova, Patent application 20100069567, continuation of U.S.Patent 8,389,584 November 13, 2009

    13. “Alterations Utilizing Nanoparticle”, O.Shenderova and V.Grichko, U.S.Patent 8,323,976

    14. “Alterations Utilizing Nanoparticle”, O.Shenderova and V.Grichko, Patent application 20080194031, continuation of U.S.Patent 8,323,976, January 18, 2006

    15. “Nanodiamond UV protectant formulations”, O.Shenderova and V.Grichko, Patent application 20090220556 (patent recently granted),  filed August 25, 2006

    16. “UV protective coatings”,  O.Shenderova and V.Grichko, Patent application 20090297828, filed August 25, 2006

    17. “Enhancement of photoluminescence of nanodiamond particles”, O.Shenderova, I.Vlasov, S.Hens, V.Borjanovic, Patent application 20100181534, filed February 26, 2010

    18. “Production of Conductive Nanodiamond by Dynamic Synthesis Approaches”, O.Shenderova, Patent application 20100254884 (patent recently granted), filed June 22, 2010

    19. “Lubricant and Synergistic additive formulation”, M.Ivanov, E.Deev, O.Shenderova, Patent application 20120122743, filed July 23, 2010; (EU patent approved).

    20. “Polymer Nanocomposites with Improved Resistance to Ionizing Radiation”, Vesna Borjanovic, Olga Alexander Shenderova and Gary E. McGuire; U.S. Patent  8,475,879

    21. O.Shenderova, Production of Fluorescent Nanodiamonds and Selection of Particles by Brightness, Provisional Patent, filed September, 2014

    22. O.Shenderova, M.Ivanov, “Nanodiamond-based fuel additives”, Provisional Patent, filed February 2014.

     

  • Publications

    Books edited

    1. "Detonation Nanodiamonds - Science and Applications", Eds. A. Vul, O. Shenderova, Pan Stanford Publishing, 2014 (in English and in Russian).

    2. "Ultrananocrystalline diamond: Synthesis, Properties and Applications, 2nd Edition", Eds. O.Shenderova, D. Gruen,  Elsevier, 2012

    3. “Ultrananocrystalline diamond: Synthesis, Properties and Applications”, Editors: O.Shenderova, D.Gruen, William-Andrew Publisher, 2006

    4. “Synthesis, Properties and Applications of Ultrananocrystalline Diamond”, edited by D.Gruen, O. Shenderova and A. Vul., NATO Science Series, Springer, 2005.

    5. “Detonation Nanodiamonds and Related Materials”, Bibliography Index, Second Issue, Eds. A. Vul, V. Dolmatov, O. Shenderova and D.Gruen, Ioffe Physico-Technical Institute Centre for Research and Technology “FIZINTEL”, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2006.

    6. Detonation Nanodiamonds and Related Materials”, Bibliography Index, First Issue, Eds. A. Vul, V. Dolmatov and O. Shenderova, Ioffe Physico-Technical Institute Centre for Research and Technology “FIZINTEL”, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2003

     

    Book chapters

     

    1. O.Shenderova, S.Hens, Chapter 8: Nanodiamond Particles, in Springer Handbook Materials, Ed. R.Vajtai, Springer, 2013.

    2. O.Shenderova, Chapter 3.12: Production of Nanodiamond Particles, in Comprehensive Hard Materials, Elsevier, 2013

    3. A.Vul, O.Shenderova, Chapter 1: Carbon at the nanoscale,  in Detonation Nanodiamonds - Science and Applications, Eds. A. Vul, O. Shenderova, Pan Stanford Publishing, 2013 (in English and in Russian)

    4. I. Vlasov, O.Shenderova, Chapter 4: Raman and Photoluminescence Spectroscopy of DND, in Detonation Nanodiamonds - Science and Applications, Eds. A. Vul, O. Shenderova, Pan Stanford Publishing, 2013 (in English and in Russian)

    5. Piotrovskiy L., Nikolaev D., Shenderova O., Chapter 16: Biomedical Application of Nanodiamonds: Reality and Perspectives, in Detonation Nanodiamonds - Science and Applications, Eds. A. Vul, O. Shenderova, Pan Stanford Publishing, 2013 (in English and in Russian)

    6. Schrand, A.M., Ciftan Hens SA, Shenderova OA.  Chapter 26: Nanodiamond Particles, in Handbook of Nanoscience, Engineering, and Technology, Third Edition.  Taylor and Francis, LLC (2012).

    7. V.V.Danilenko, O.A. Shenderova, Chapter 5: Advances in Synthesis of Nanodiamond Particles, in Ultrananocrystalline Diamond, 2nd Edition, Eds. O.Shenderova, D. Gruen,  Elsevier, 2012

    8. Shenderova O., Hens S., Chapter 4: Detonation Nanodiamonds Processing, Modification and Bioapplications, in Nanodiamonds: Applications in Biology and Nanoscale Medicine, Ed. Dean Ho, Springer, 2010.

    9. O.Shenderova and G.McGuire, Types of Nanodiamonds, book chapter in “Ultrananocrystalline diamond: Synthesis, Properties and Applications”, Editors: O.Shenderova, D.Gruen, William-Andrew Publisher, 2006

    10. O.Shenderova and G.McGuire, Types of Nanodiamonds, book chapter in Y. Gogotsi (Ed.), Carbon Nanomaterials (CRC Press, Boca Raton) 2006, 350 pp.

    11. O.Shenderova and G.McGuire, Types of Nanodiamonds, book chapter in Y. Gogotsi (Ed.), Nanomaterials Handbook (CRC Press, Boca Raton) 2006, 800 pp.

    12. O.Shenderova, A.Barnard and D.Gruen, Carbon Family at Nanoscale, book chapter in “Ultrananocrystalline diamond: Synthesis, Properties and Applications”, Editors: O.Shenderova, D.Gruen, William-Andrew Publisher, 2006

    13. Petrov, O.Shenderova, History of Russian Patents on Detonation nanodiamonds, p.559, book chapter in “Ultrananocrystalline diamond: Synthesis, Properties and Applications”, Editors: O.Shenderova, D.Gruen, William-Andrew Publisher, 2006

    14. V.Grichko, O.Shenderova, Nanodiamond: Designing the Bio-platform, book chapter in “Ultrananocrystalline diamond: Synthesis, Properties and Applications”, Editors: O.Shenderova, D.Gruen, William-Andrew Publisher, 2006

    15. O.Shenderova and G.McGuire, Nanocrystalline Diamond, chapter in book Handbook of Nanomaterials, Editor: Y.Gogotsy, CRC Press, 2006

    16. D.W. Brenner, O.A. Shenderova, D.A. Areshkin, , J.D. Schall, S. Adiga, J.A. Harrison, S.J. Stuart, Contributions of Molecular Modeling to Nanometer-Scale Science and Technology, chapter 24, p.24-1 in ‘Handbook of Nanoscience, Engineering, and Technology’, Ed. by W. Goddard III, D.W. Brenner, S. Lyshevski, G. Iafrate, CRC Press, 2003 (second edition 2006, third edition 2011)

    17. D.W. Brenner, O.A. Shenderova and D.A. Areshkin, `Quantum-Based Analytic Interatomic Forces and Materials Simulation',Ch.4, in Reviews in Computational Chemistry, K.B. Lipkowitz and D.B. Boyd, Eds., VCH Publishers, New York, 213-245 (1998).

    18. S.B.Sinnott, L.Qi, O.A.Shenderova, D.W. Brenner, 'Modeling Condenced-Phase Chemistry with Analytic Potentials: Application to Hydrocarbon Cluster Dynamics', Chapter for Volume IV of Advances in Classical Trajectory Methods: Molecular Dynamics of Clusters, Surfaces, Liquids and Interfaces, JAI Press Inc (1999), p.1-26.

    19. 1. O. Shenderova, N. Nunn, “Nanodiamond particles synthesis and processing”, Chapter 2 in book Nanodiamonds: Advanced Material Analysis, Properties and Applications, edited by J. Arnault, Elsevier, 2016.

     

    Reviews

    1. N Nunn, M Torelli, G McGuire, O Shenderova,  Nanodiamond: A high impact nanomaterial, Current Opinion in Solid State and Materials Science, 21 (1), p.1-9 (2017)

    2. M Ivanov, O Shenderova, Nanodiamond-based nanolubricants for motor oils, Current Opinion in Solid State and Materials Science, 21 (1), p.17-24 (2017)

    3. Nunn, N.; Shenderova, O., Toward a golden standard in single digit detonation nanodiamond. Physica Status Solidi a-Applications and Materials Science 2016, 213 (8), 2138-2145.

    4. Olga A. Shenderova and Gary E. McGuire, “Science and Engineering of Nanodiamond Particle Surfaces for Biological Applications”, Biointerphases 10, 030802 (2015); doi:10.1116/1.4927679

    5. D. Brenner and O. Shenderova, Theory and modelling of diamond fracture from an atomic perspective, Phil. Trans. Royal Soc. A, (2015) 373, 2038, UNSP 20140139

    6. Vaijayanthimala, V.; Lee, D. K.; Kim, S. V.; Yen, A.; Tsai, N.; Ho, D.; Chang, H.-C.; Shenderova, O., Nanodiamond-mediated drug delivery and imaging: challenges and opportunities. Expert Opinion on Drug Delivery 2015, 12 (5), 735-749.

    7. Rosenholm, J. M.; Vlasov, I. I.; Burikov, S. A.; Dolenko, T. A.; Shenderova, O. A., Nanodiamond-Based Composite Structures for Biomedical Imaging and Drug Delivery. Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 2015, 15 (2), 959-971.

    8. V.N. Mochalin, O. Shenderova, D. Ho, Y. Gogotsi, The properties and applications of nanodiamonds, Nature Nanotechnology. 7 (2012) 11-23.

    9. Schrand, AM; Hens, SAC; Shenderova, OA. ‘ Nanodiamond Particles: Properties and Perspectives for Bioapplications’, Crit.Rev.Solid St.Mater.Sci., 34 (1-2): 18-74 2009

    10. Y. Hu, O.A. Shenderova, and D.W. Brenner, Carbon Nanostructures: Morphologies and Properties, J. Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, v. 4 (2), 2007, p.199-221

    11. Y. Hu, O.A. Shenderova, Z. Hu, C.W. Padgett and D.W. Brenner, ‘Carbon Nanostructures for Advanced Composites’, Reports on Progress In Physics 69, 1847-1895 (2006)

    12. O. Shenderova, V. Zhirnov, D. Brenner 'Carbon Materials and Nanostructures', Crit.Rev.Solid St.Mater.Sci, 27(3/4), 227-356 (2002)

     

    Publications

    1. O Shenderova, N Nunn, T Oeckinghaus, M Torelli, et al.  Commercial quantities of ultrasmall fluorescent nanodiamonds containing color centers, Proc. of SPIE Vol.10118, 1011803-1, 2017

    2. Vervald, A. M.; Burikov, S. A.; Vlasov, I. I., Shenderova O.; et al. Boron-doped nanodiamonds as possible agents for local hyperthermia, Laser Phys. Lett., (2017), 14 (4),  045702

    3. T Petit, L Puskar, T Dolenko, S Choudhury, E Ritter, S Burikov, O.Shenderova et al., Unusual Water Hydrogen Bond Network around Hydrogenated Nanodiamonds, J. Phys Chem C 2017, 121 (9), pp 5185–5194

    4. Shershulin, V. A.; Samoylenko, S. R.; Shenderova, O. A.; Konov, V. I.; Vlasov, I. I., Use of scanning near-field optical microscope with an aperture probe for detection of luminescent nanodiamonds. Laser Physics 2017, 27 (2).

    5. Dolenko, T. A.; Burikov, S. A.; Vervald, A. M.; Khomich, A. A.; Kudryavtsev, O. S.; Shenderova, O. A.; Vlasov, I. I., Observation of the "Red Edge" Effect in the Luminescence of Water Suspensions of Detonation Nanodiamonds. Journal of Applied Spectroscopy 2016, 83 (2), 294-297.

    6. Borjanovic, V.; Bistricic, L.; Pucic, I.; Mikac, L.; Slunjski, R.; Jaksic, M.; McGuire, G.; Stankovic, A. T.; Shenderova, O., Proton-radiation resistance of poly(ethylene terephthalate)-nanodiamond-graphene nanoplatelet nanocomposites. Journal of Materials Science 2016, 51 (2), 1000-1016

    7. Feng, Y.; McGuire, G. E.; Shenderova, O. A.; Ke, H.; Burkett, S. L., Fabrication of copper/carbon nanotube composite thin films by periodic pulse reverse electroplating using nanodiamond as a dispersing agent. Thin Solid Films 2016, 615, 116-121.

    8. Laptinskiy, K.; Burikov, S.; Dolenko, S.; Efitorov, A.; Sarmanova, O.; Shenderova, O.; Vlasov, I.; Dolenko, T., Monitoring of nanodiamonds in human urine using artificial neural networks. Physica Status Solidi a-Applications and Materials Science 2016, 213 (10), 2614-2622.

    9. Shershulin, V. A.; Samoylenko, S. R.; Shenderova, O. A.; Vlasov, I. I.; Konov, V. I., Detection of Luminescent Nanodiamonds Using a Scanning Near-Field Optical Microscope with an Aperture Probe. Journal of Applied Spectroscopy 2016, 83 (4), 639-642.

    10. Vervald, A. M.; Burikov, S. A.; Shenderova, O. A.; Nunn, N.; Podkopaev, D. O.; Vlasov, I. I.; Dolenko, T. A., Relationship Between Fluorescent and Vibronic Properties of Detonation Nanodiamonds and Strength of Hydrogen Bonds in Suspensions. Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2016, 120 (34), 19375-19383.

    11. Vervald, A.; Burikov, S.; Borisova, N.; Vlasov, I.; Laptinskiy, K.; Laptinskaya, T.; Shenderova, O.; Dolenko, T., Fluorescence properties of nanodiamonds with NV centers in water suspensions. Physica Status Solidi a-Applications and Materials Science 2016, 213 (10), 2601-2607.

    12. Belovickis, J.; Macutkevic, J.; Svirskas, S.; Samulionis, V.; Banys, J.; Shenderova, O.; Borjanovic, V., Dielectric Spectroscopy of Polymer Based PDMS Nanocomposites with ZnO Nanoparticles. Ferroelectrics 2015, 479 (1), 82-89.

    13. Belovickis, J.; Macutkevic, J.; Svirskas, S.; Samulionis, V.; Banys, J.; Shenderova, O.; Borjanovic, V., Ultrasonic and dielectric relaxations in PDMS/ZnO nanocomposite. Physica Status Solidi B-Basic Solid State Physics 2015, 252 (12), 2778-2783.

    14. Bistricic, L.; Borjanovic, V.; Leskovac, M.; Mikac, L.; McGuire, G. E.; Shenderova, O.; Nunn, N., Raman spectra, thermal and mechanical properties of poly(ethylene terephthalate) carbon-based nanocomposite films. Journal of Polymer Research 2015, 22 (3).

    15. Dolenko, T.; Burikov, S.; Laptinskiy, K.; Rosenholm, J. M.; Shenderova, O.; Vlasov, I., Evidence of carbon nanoparticle-solvent molecule interactions in Raman and fluorescence spectra. Physica Status Solidi a-Applications and Materials Science 2015, 212 (11), 2512-2518.

    16. Kranauskaite, I.; Banys, J.; Talik, E.; Kuznetsov, V.; Nunn, N.; Shenderova, O., ELECTRIC/DIELECTRIC PROPERTIES OF COMPOSITES FILLED WITH ONION-LIKE CARBON AND MULTIWALLED CARBON NANOTUBES. Lithuanian Journal of Physics 2015, 55 (2), 126-131.

    17. Kranauskaite, I.; Macutkevic, J.; Banys, J.; Talik, E.; Kuznetsov, V.; Nunn, N.; Shenderova, O., Synergy effects in the electrical conductivity behavior of onion-like carbon and multiwalled carbon nanotubes composites. Physica Status Solidi B-Basic Solid State Physics 2015, 252 (8), 1799-1803.

    18. Liu, Z.; Leininger, D.; Koolivand, A.; Smirnov, A. I.; Shenderova, O.; Brenner, D. W.; Krim, J., Tribological properties of nanodiamonds in aqueous suspensions: effect of the surface charge. Rsc Advances 2015, 5 (96), 78933-78940.

    19. Lobko, A.; Golubeva, E.; Kuzhir, P.; Maksimenko, S.; Paddubskaya, A.; Shenderova, O.; Uglov, V.; Valynets, N., Nanodiamond targets for accelerator X-ray experiments. Nuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research Section B-Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms 2015, 355, 261-263.

    20. Prabhakar, N.; Nareoja, T.; von Haartman, E.; Sen Karaman, D.; Burikov, S. A.; Dolenko, T. A.; Deguchi, T.; Mamaeva, V.; Hanninen, P. E.; Vlasov, I. I.; Shenderova, O. A.; Rosenholm, J. M., Functionalization of graphene oxide nanostructures improves photoluminescence and facilitates their use as optical probes in preclinical imaging. Nanoscale 2015, 7 (23), 10410-10420.

    21. Samulionis, V.; Macutkevic, J.; Banys, J.; Belovickis, J.; Shenderova, O.; Iop, Ultrasonic and dielectric studies of polymer PDMS composites with ZnO and onion-like carbons nanoinclusions. In 2015 Global Conference on Polymer and Composite Materials, 2015; Vol. 87.

    22. Sergeev, N. A.; Panich, A. M.; Olszewski, M.; Shenderova, O.; Goren, S. D., C-13 spin-lattice relaxation in nanodiamonds in static and magic angle spinning regimes. Solid State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance 2015, 66-67, 51-55.

    23. Macutkevic, J.; Banys, J.; Moseenkov, S.; Kuznetsov, V.; Nunn, N.; Shenderova, O., Dielectric properties of onion-like carbon and detonation nanodiamond /polydimethysiloxane composites. Polymer Composites 2015, 36 (11), 2084-2092.

    24. Nunn, N.; Mahbooba, Z.; Ivanov, M. G.; Ivanov, D. M.; Brenner, D. W.; Shenderova, O., Tribological properties of polyalphaolefin oil modified with nanocarbon additives. Diamond and Related Materials 2015, 54, 97-102.

    25. Silbajoris, R.; Linak, W.; Shenderova, O.; Winterrowd, C.; Chang, H.-C.; Zweier, J. L.; Kota, A.; Dailey, L. A.; Nunn, N.; Bromberg, P. A.; Samet, J. M., Detonation nanodiamond toxicity in human airway epithelial cells is modulated by air oxidation. Diamond and Related Materials 2015, 58, 16-23.

    26. Shenderova, O.; Hens, S.; Vlasov, I.; Turner, S.; Lu, Y.-G.; Van Tendeloo, G.; Schrand, A.; Burikov, S. A.; Dolenko, T. A., Carbon-Dot-Decorated Nanodiamonds. Particle & Particle Systems Characterization 2014, 31 (5), 580-590.

    27. Costa, G. C. C.; Shenderova, O.; Mochalin, V.; Gogotsi, Y.; Navrotsky, A., Thermochemistry of nanodiamond terminated by oxygen containing functional groups. Carbon 2014, 80, 544-550.

    28. Shenderova, O.; Vargas, A.; Turner, S.; Ivanov, D. M.; Ivanov, M. G., Nanodiamond-Based Nanolubricants: Investigation of Friction Surfaces. Tribology Transactions 2014, 57 (6), 1051-1057.

    29. Arnault, J.-C.; Petit, T.; Girard, H. A.; Gesset, C.; Combis-Schlumberger, M.; Sennour, M.; Koscheev, A.; Khomich, A. A.; Vlasov, I.; Shenderova, O., Surface graphitization of ozone-treated detonation nanodiamonds. Physica Status Solidi a-Applications and Materials Science 2014, 211 (12), 2739-2743.

    30. Samulionis, V.; Macutkevic, J.; Banys, J.; Belovickis, J.; Shenderova, O.; Ieee, Ultrasonic studies of onion-like carbons/polydimethysiloxane composites. 2014 Ieee International Ultrasonics Symposium (Ius) 2014, 1986-1987.

    31. Dolenko, T. A.; Burikov, S. A.; Vervald, A. M.; Vlasov, I. I.; Dolenko, S. A.; Laptinskiy, K. A.; Rosenholm, J. M.; Shenderova, O. A., Optical imaging of fluorescent carbon biomarkers using artificial neural networks. Journal of Biomedical Optics 2014, 19 (11).

    32. Elomaa, O.; Oksanen, J.; Hakala, T. J.; Shenderova, O.; Koskinen, J., A comparison of tribological properties of evenly distributed and agglomerated diamond nanoparticles in lubricated high-load steel-steel contact. Tribology International 2014, 71, 62-68.

    33. Gareeva, F.; Petrova, N.; Shenderova, O.; Zhukov, A., Electrokinetic properties of detonation nanodiamond aggregates in aqueous KCl solutions. Colloids and Surfaces a-Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 2014, 440, 202-207.

    34. Gokhale, V. J.; Shenderova, O. A.; McGuire, G. E.; Rais-Zadeh, M., Infrared Absorption Properties of Carbon Nanotube/Nanodiamond Based Thin Film Coatings. Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems 2014, 23 (1), 191-197.

    35. Macutkevic, J.; Kranauskaite, I.; Banys, J.; Moseenkov, S.; Kuznetsov, V.; Shenderova, O., Metal-insulator transition and size dependent electrical percolation in onion-like carbon/polydimethylsiloxane composites. Journal of Applied Physics 2014, 115 (21).

    36. von Haartman, Eva; Jiang, Hua; Khomich, Andrei A.; Shenderova O. et al. Core-shell designs of photoluminescent nanodiamonds with porous silica coatings for bioimaging and drug delivery I: fabrication, Journal Mater.Chemistry B, 1, (2013) 2358-2366

    37. Turner, Stuart; Shenderova, Olga; Da Pieve, Fabiana; et al. Aberration-corrected microscopy and spectroscopy analysis of pristine, nitrogen containing detonation nanodiamond, Phys. Status Solidi A, 210,    10   (2013) 1976-1984

    38. Gareeva, F., Petrova, N., Shenderova, O., Zhukov A. Electrokinetic properties of detonation nanodiamond aggregates in aqueous KCl solutions, Colloids and Surface A, 440 (2014), 202-207

    39. J. Macutkevič , J. Banys, V. Kuznetsov, O. Shenderova, Broadband dielectric properties of

    onion-like carbon/polyurethane composites, Phys. Status Solidi A, 210, 12 (2013), 2683-2688

    40. M. Ivanov, Z. Mahbooba, D. Ivanov, S. Smirnov, S. Pavlyshko, E. Osawa, D. Brenner, O. Shenderova, Nanodiamond-Based Oil Nanolubricants on Steel-Steel and Stainless Steel- Hard Alloy High Load Contact: Investigation of Friction Surfaces, Fullerenes Nanotubes and Carbon Nanostructures. 5(1) (2014).

    41. V. Gokhale, O.Shenderova, G.McGuire, M. Rais-Zadeh, Infrared Absorption Properties of Carbon Nanotube/Nanodiamond Based Thin Film Coatings, IEEE J.MicroElectroMech.Systems, 23, 1,191-197(2014)

    42. J. Macutkevič , P.P. Kuzhir, A.G. Paddubskaya, J. Banys, V. Kuznetsov, O. Shenderova, Onset of Electrical Percolation in Onion-like Carbon/Poly(methyl methacrylate) composites, Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Letters. 5, 11 (2013) 1201-1206

    43. J. Macutkevič , J. Banys, K. Glemža, V. Kuznetsov, V. Borjanovic, and O. Shenderova, Dielectric properties of annealed onion-like carbon composites in microwave region, Lithuanian Journal of Physics, Vol. 53, No. 4, pp. 238–243 (2013)

    44. K.A. Laptinskiy, S.A. Burikov, T.V. Laptinskaya, J.M. Rosenholm, O.A. Shenderova,  Mechanisms of Ions Adsorption by Nanodiamonds in Aqueous Suspensions, J. Nano- Electron. Phys. 5, 04031 (2013)

    45. Kuzhir, P.; Maksimenko, S.; Kuznetsov, V.; Shenderova O. et al. Onion-Like Carbon in Microwaves: Toward Electromagnetic Shielding, WOMEN IN PHYSICS  Book Series: AIP Conference Proceedings, 1517   (2013) 228-228

    46. I. Aharonovich, O. Shenderova, Brilliant explosions, Nature Materials. 11 (2012) 996-996.

    47. V. Borjanovic, L. Bistricic, L. Mikac, G.E. McGuire, I. Zamboni, M. Jaksic, O. Shenderova, Polymer nanocomposites with improved resistance to ionizing radiation, Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B. 30 (2012) 041803.

    48. T.A. Dolenko, S.A. Burikov, J.M. Rosenholm, O.A. Shenderova, I.I. Vlasov, Diamond-Water Coupling Effects in Raman and Photoluminescence Spectra of Nanodiamond Colloidal Suspensions, Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 116 (2012) 24314-24319.

    49. N.M. Gibson, T.M. Luo, O. Shenderova, A.P. Koscheev, D.W. Brenner, Electrostatically mediated adsorption by nanodiamond and nanocarbon particles, Journal of Nanoparticle Research. 14 (2012) 700.

    50. S.C. Hens, O. Shenderova, S. Turner, Producing Photoluminescent Species from Sp(2) Carbons, Fullerenes Nanotubes and Carbon Nanostructures. 20 (2012) 502-509.

    51. S.C. Hens, W.G. Lawrence, A.S. Kumbhar, O. Shenderova, Photoluminescent Nanostructures from Graphite Oxidation, Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 116 (2012) 20015-20022.

    52. M.G. Ivanov, D.M. Ivanov, S.V. Pavlyshko, I. Petrov, A. Vargas, G. McGuire, O. Shenderova, Nanodiamond-Based Nanolubricants, Fullerenes Nanotubes and Carbon Nanostructures. 20 (2012) 606-610.

    53. P.P. Kuzhir, A.G. Paddubskaya, S.A. Maksimenko, V.L. Kuznetsov, S. Moseenkov, A.I. Romanenko, O.A. Shenderova, J. Macutkevic, G. Valusis, P. Lambin, Carbon Onion Composites for EMC Applications, IEEE Trans. Electromagn. Compat. 54 (2012) 6-16.

    54. J. Macutkevic, R. Adomavicius, A. Krotkus, J. Banys, V. Kuznetsov, S. Moseenkov, A. Romanenko, O. Shenderova, Localization and electrical transport in onion-like carbon based composites, J. Appl. Phys. 111 (2012) 103701.

    55. A.M. Panich, H.-. Vieth, O. Shenderova, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Study of Hydroxylated Detonation Nanodiamond, Fullerenes Nanotubes and Carbon Nanostructures. 20 (2012) 579-586.

    56. N. Petrova, A. Zhukov, F. Gareeva, A. Koscheev, I. Petrov, O. Shenderova, Interpretation of electrokinetic measurements of nanodiamond particles, Diamond and Related Materials. 30 (2012) 62-69.

    57. L.B. Casabianca, A.I. Shames, A.M. Panich, O. Shenderova, L. Frydman, Factors Affecting DNP NMR in Polycrystalline Diamond Samples, Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 115 (2011) 19041-19048.

    58. N.M. Gibson, T.J.M. Luo, D.W. Brenner, O. Shenderova, Immobilization of mycotoxins on modified nanodiamond substrates, Biointerphases. 6 (2011) 210-217.

    59. S.C. Hens, G. Cunningham, G. McGuire, O. Shenderova, Nanodiamond-Assisted Dispersion of Carbon Nanotubes and Hybrid Nanocarbon-Based Composites, Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Letters. 3 (2011) 75-82.

    60. P. Kuzhir, A. Paddubskaya, D. Bychanok, G. Slepyan, S. Maksimenko, J. Macutkevic, D. Seliuta, G. Valusis, J. Banys, V. Kuznetsov, S. Moseenkov, O. Shenderova, P. Lambin, Electromagnetic response of polymer composites with quasi-spherical nanocarbon inclusions: theory below the percolation threshold, Journal of Polymer Engineering. 31 (2011) 167-173.

    61. S.B. Orlinskii, R.S. Bogomolov, A.M. Kiyamova, B.V. Yavkin, G.M. Mamin, S. Turner, G. Van Tendeloo, A.A. Shiryaev, I.I. Vlasov, O. Shenderova, Identification of Substitutional Nitrogen and Surface Paramagnetic Centers in Nanodiamond of Dynamic Synthesis by Electron Paramagnetic Resonance, Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Letters. 3 (2011) 63-67.

    62. Y. Purohit, L. Sun, O. Shenderova, R.O. Scattergood, D.W. Brenner, First-principles-based mesoscale modeling of the solute-induced stabilization of tilt grain boundaries in an Al-Pb alloy, Acta Materialia. 59 (2011) 7022-7028.

    63. O. Shenderova, A. Koscheev, N. Zaripov, I. Petrov, Y. Skryabin, P. Detkov, S. Turner, G. Van Tendeloo, Surface Chemistry and Properties of Ozone-Purified Detonation Nanodiamonds, Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 115 (2011) 9827-9837.

    64. O. Shenderova, A.M. Panich, S. Moseenkov, S.C. Hens, V. Kuznetsov, H.-. Vieth, Hydroxylated Detonation Nanodiamond: FTIR, XPS, and NMR Studies, Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 115 (2011) 19005-19011.

    65. O.A. Shenderova, I.I. Vlasov, S. Turner, G. Van Tendeloo, S.B. Orlinskii, A.A. Shiryaev, A.A. Khomich, S.N. Sulyanov, F. Jelezko, J. Wrachtrup, Nitrogen Control in Nanodiamond Produced by Detonation Shock-Wave-Assisted Synthesis, Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 115 (2011) 14014-14024.

    66. N.M. Gibson, T.J.M. Luo, O. Shenderova, Y.J. Choi, Z. Fitzgerald, D.W. Brenner, Fluorescent dye adsorption on nanocarbon substrates through electrostatic interactions, Diamond and Related Materials. 19 (2010) 234-237.

    67. M.G. Ivanov, S.V. Pavlyshko, D.M. Ivanov, I. Petrov, O. Shenderova, Synergistic Compositions of Colloidal Nanodiamond as Lubricant-additive, Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B. 28 (2010) 869-877.

    68. О.А. Шендерова, И.С. Ларионова, С. Хенс Современные Наноалмазы Динамического Синтеза для Биотехнических и Медицинских Применений, «Химия и химическая технология», июль 2010

    69. M. Ivanov, S. Rudys, S. Lapinskas, J. Banys, J. Macutkevic, A.Y. Yermakov, M.A. Uimin, A.A. Mysik, O. Shenderova, Measurements of Complex Dielectric Permittivity and Magnetic Permeability of Carbon-Coated Ni Capsules, 2010.

    70. J. Macutkevic, P. Kuzhir, D. Seliuta, G. Valusis, J. Banys, A. Paddubskaya, D. Bychanok, G. Slepyan, S. Maksimenko, V. Kuznetsov, S. Moseenkov, O. Shenderova, A. Mayer, P. Lambin, Dielectric properties of a novel high absorbing onion-like-carbon based polymer composite, Diamond and Related Materials. 19 (2010) 91-99.

    71. J. Macutkevic, D. Seliuta, G. Valusis, J. Banys, S. Hens, V. Borjanovic, V. Kuznetsov, O. Shenderova, Effect of thermal treatment conditions on the properties of onion-like carbon based polymer composite, Composites Sci. Technol. 70 (2010) 2298-2303.

    72. O. Shenderova, S. Hens, G. McGuire, Seeding slurries based on detonation nanodiamond in DMSO, Diamond and Related Materials. 19 (2010) 260-267.

    73. I.I. Vlasov, O. Shenderova, S. Turner, O.I. Lebedev, A.A. Basov, I. Sildos, M. Rahn, A.A. Shiryaev, G. Van Tendeloo, Nitrogen and Luminescent Nitrogen-Vacancy Defects in Detonation Nanodiamond, Small. 6 (2010) 687-694.

    74. V. Borjanovic, L. Bistricic, I. Vlasov, K. Furic, I. Zamboni, M. Jaksic, O. Shenderova, Influence of proton irradiation on the structure and stability of poly(dimethylsiloxane) and poly(dimethylsiloxane)-nanodiamond composite, Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B. 27 (2009) 2396-2403.

    75. D.S. Bychanok, S.I. Moseenkov, V.L. Kuznetsov, P.P. Kuzhir, S.A. Maksimenko, K.G. Batrakov, O.V. Ruhavets, A.V. Gusinski, O. Shenderova, P. Lambin, Onion-Like Carbon in Microwaves: Electromagnetic Absorption Bands and Percolation Effect, Journal of Nanoelectronics and Optoelectronics. 4 (2009) 257-260.

    76. N. Gibson, O. Shenderova, T.J.M. Luo, S. Moseenkov, V. Bondar, A. Puzyr, K. Purtov, Z. Fitzgerald, D.W. Brenner, Colloidal stability of modified nanodiamond particles, Diamond and Related Materials. 18 (2009) 620-626.

    77. P.P. Kuzhir, D.S. Bychanok, S.A. Maksimenko, A.V. Gusinski, O.V. Ruhavets, V.L. Kuznetsov, S.I. Moseenkov, C. Jones, O. Shenderova, P. Lambin, Onion-like carbon based polymer composite films in microwaves, Solid State Sciences. 11 (2009) 1762-1767.

    78. J. Macutkevic, D. Seliuta, G. Valusis, J. Banys, P. Kuzhir, S. Maksimenko, K. Batrakov, V. Kuznetsov, S. Moseenkov, O. Shenderova, P. Lambin, Dielectric Response of Onion-Like Carbon-Based Polymethyl Methacrylate Composites, Journal of Nanoelectronics and Optoelectronics. 4 (2009) 261-266.

    79. J. Macutkevic, D. Seliuta, G. Valusis, J. Banys, P. Kuzhir, S. Maksimenko, V. Kuznetsov, S. Moseenkov, O. Shenderova, P. Lambin, Dielectric properties of onion-like carbon based polymer films: Experiment and modeling, Solid State Sciences. 11 (2009) 1828-1832.

    80. J. Macutkevic, D. Seliuta, G. Valusis, J. Banys, P. Kuzhir, S. Maksimenko, V. Kuznetsov, S. Moseenkov, O. Shenderova, P. Lambin, Influence of Humidity on Dielectric Properties of PMMA Nanocomposites Containing Onion-Like Carbon, Ferroelectrics. 391 (2009) 131-138.

    81. J. Macutkevic, D. Seliuta, G. Valusis, J. Banys, V. Kuznetsov, S. Moseenkov, O. Shenderova, High dielectric permittivity of percolative composites based on onion-like carbon, Appl. Phys. Lett. 95 (2009) 112901.

    82. S. Turner, O.I. Lebedev, O. Shenderova, I.I. Vlasov, J. Verbeeck, G. Van Tendeloo, Determination of Size, Morphology, and Nitrogen Impurity Location in Treated Detonation Nanodiamond by Transmission Electron Microscopy, Advanced Functional Materials. 19 (2009) 2116-2124.

    83. V. Borjanovic, W.G. Lawrence, S. Hens, M. Jaksic, I. Zamboni, C. Edson, I. Vlasov, O. Shenderova, G.E. McGuire, Effect of proton irradiation on photoluminescent properties of PDMS-nanodiamond composites, Nanotechnology. 19 (2008) 455701.

    84. G. Cunningham, A.M. Panich, A.I. Shames, I. Petrov, O. Shenderova, Ozone-modified detonation nanodiamonds, Diamond and Related Materials. 17 (2008) 650-654.

    85. V. Grichko, T. Tyler, V.I. Grishko, O. Shenderova, Nanodiamond particles forming photonic structures, Nanotechnology. 19 (2008) 225201.

    86. S.C. Hens, G. Cunningham, T. Tyler, S. Moseenkov, V. Kuznetsov, O. Shenderova, Nanodiamond bioconjugate probes and their collection by electrophoresis, Diamond and Related Materials. 17 (2008) 1858-1866.

    87. V. Kuznetsov, S. Moseenkov, A. Ischenko, A. Romanenko, T. Buryakov, O. Anikeeva, S. Maksimenko, P. Kuzhir, D. Bychanok, A. Gusinski, O. Ruhavets, O. Shenderova, P. Lambin, Controllable electromagnetic response of onion-like carbon based materials, Physica Status Solidi B-Basic Solid State Physics. 245 (2008) 2051-2054.

    88. J. Macutkevic, R. Adomavicius, A. Krotkus, D. Seliuta, G. Valusis, S. Maksimenko, P. Kuzhir, K. Batrakov, V. Kuznetsov, S. Moseenkov, O. Shenderova, A.V. Okotrub, R. Langlet, P. Lambin, Terahertz probing of onion-like carbon-PMMA composite films, Diamond and Related Materials. 17 (2008) 1608-1612.

    89. O. Shenderova, V. Grishko, G. Cunningham, S. Moseenkov, G. McGuire, V. Kuznetsov, Onion-like carbon for terahertz electromagnetic shielding, Diamond and Related Materials. 17 (2008) 462-466.

    90. I. Petrov, O. Shenderova, V. Grishko, V. Grichko, T. Tyler, G. Cunningham, G. McGuire, Detonation nanodiamonds simultaneously purified and modified by gas treatment, Diamond and Related Materials. 16 (2007) 2098-2103.

    91. A.P. Puzyr, K.V. Purtov, O.A. Shenderova, M. Luo, D.W. Brenner, V.S. Bondar, The adsorption of aflatoxin B1 by detonation-synthesis nanodiamonds, Doklady Biochemistry and Biophysics. 417 (2007) 299-301.

    92. M.A. Ray, T. Tyler, B. Hook, A. Martin, G. Cunningham, O. Shenderova, J.L. Davidson, M. Howell, W.P. Kang, G. McGuire, Cool plasma functionalization of nano-crystalline diamond films, Diamond and Related Materials. 16 (2007) 2087-2089.

    93. O. Shenderova, V. Grichko, S. Hens, J. Walch, Detonation nanodiamonds as UV radiation filter, Diamond and Related Materials. 16 (2007) 2003-2008.

    94. S.A. Maksimenko, V.N. Rodionova, G.Y. Slepyan, V.A. Karpovich, O. Shenderova, J. Walsh, V.L. Kuznetsov, I.N. Mazov, S.I. Moseenkov, A.V. Okotrub, P. Lambin, Attenuation of electromagnetic waves in onion-like carbon composites, Diamond and Related Materials. 16 (2007) 1231-1235.

    95. I. Petrov, O. Shenderova, V. Grishko, V. Grichko, T. Tyler, G. Cunningham, G. McGuire, Detonation nanodiamonds simultaneously purified and modified by gas treatment, Diamond and Related Materials. 16 (2007) 2098-2103.

    96. A.P. Puzyr, K.V. Purtov, O.A. Shenderova, M. Luo, D.W. Brenner, V.S. Bondar, The adsorption of aflatoxin B1 by detonation-synthesis nanodiamonds, Doklady Biochemistry and Biophysics. 417 (2007) 299-301.

    97. M.A. Ray, T. Tyler, B. Hook, A. Martin, G. Cunningham, O. Shenderova, J.L. Davidson, M. Howell, W.P. Kang, G. McGuire, Cool plasma functionalization of nano-crystalline diamond films, Diamond and Related Materials. 16 (2007) 2087-2089.

    98. O. Shenderova, V. Grichko, S. Hens, J. Walch, Detonation nanodiamonds as UV radiation filter, Diamond and Related Materials. 16 (2007) 2003-2008.

    99. O. Shenderova, T. Tyler, G. Cunningham, M. Ray, J. Walsh, M. Casulli, S. Hens, G. McGuire, V. Kuznetsov, S. Lipa, Nanodiamond and onion-like carbon polymer nanocomposites (vol 16, pg 1213, 2007), Diamond and Related Materials. 16 (2007) 1770-1770.

    100. O. Shenderova, T. Tyler, G. Cunningham, M. Ray, J. Walsh, M. Casulli, S. Hens, G. McGuire, V. Kuznetsov, S. Lipa, Nanodiamond and onion-like carbon polymer nanocomposites, Diamond and Related Materials. 16 (2007) 1213-1217.

    101. M. Zhu, X. Zhao, R.A. Outlaw, K. Hou, P. Miraldo, D.M. Manos, T. Tyler, O.A. Shenderova, High brightness field emission from carbon nanosheets and back-gated devices (non-refereed), 2007.

    102. B.C. Holloway, M. Zhu, X. Zhao, J. Wang, S. Wang, P. Miraldo, R. Outlaw, T. Tyler, O. Shenderova, M. Ray, J. Dalton, G. McGuire, Milliamp-class, back-gated, triode field emission devices based on free-standing, two-dimensional carbon nanostructures, 2006.

    103. Z. Hu, O.A. Shenderova, D.W. Brenner, Atomic simulations of nanodiamond-polyethylene nanocomposites, Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society. 232 (2006) 361-361.

    104. I. Larionova, V. Kuznetsov, A. Frolov, O. Shenderova, S. Moseenkov, I. Mazov, Properties of individual fractions of detonation nanodiamond, Diamond and Related Materials. 15 (2006) 1804-1808.

    105. C.W. Padgett, O. Shenderova, D.W. Brenner, Thermal conductivity of diamond nanorods: Molecular simulation and scaling relations, Nano Letters. 6 (2006) 1827-1831.

    106. I.Petrov, P. Detkov, A. Drovosekov, M.V. Ivanov, T. Tyler, O. Shenderova, N.P. Voznecova, Y.P. Todorov, D. Schulz, Nickel galvanic coatings co-deposited with fractions of detonation nanodiamond, Diamond and Related Materials. 15 (2006) 2035-2038.

    107. M.A. Ray, O. Shenderova, W. Hook, A. Martin, V. Grishko, T. Tyler, G.B. Cunningham, G. McGuire, Cold plasma functionalization of nanodiamond particles, Diamond and Related Materials. 15 (2006) 1809-1812.

    108. O. Shenderova, I. Petrov, J. Walsh, V. Grichko, V. Grishko, T. Tyler, G. Cunningham, Modification of detonation nanodiamonds by heat treatment in air, Diamond and Related Materials. 15 (2006) 1799-1803.

    109. T. Tyler, O. Shenderova, G. Cunningham, J. Walsh, J. Drobnik, G. McGuire, Thermal transport properties of diamond-based nanofluids and nanocomposites, Diamond and Related Materials. 15 (2006) 2078-2081.

    110. T. Tyler, O. Shenderova, M. Ray, J. Dalton, J. Wang, R. Outlaw, M. Zhu, X. Zhao, G. McGuire, B.C. Holloway, Back-gated milliampere-class field emission device based on carbon nanosheets, Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B. 24 (2006) 2295-2301.

    111. T. Tyler, O. Shenderova, M. Ray, J. Dalton, G. McGuire, M. Zhu, X. Zhao, J. Wang, S. Wang, R. Outlaw, B.C. Holloway, Buried-line back-gated triode field emission devices, 2006.

    112. S. Wang, J. Wang, P. Miraldo, M. Zhu, R. Outlaw, K. Hou, X. Zhao, B.C. Holloway, D. Manos, T. Tyler, O. Shenderova, M. Ray, J. Dalton, G. McGuire, High field emission reproducibility and stability of carbon nanosheets and nanosheet-based backgated triode emission devices, Appl. Phys. Lett. 89 (2006) 183103.

    113. D. Brenner, Z. Hu, O. Shenderova, C. Padgett, Thermal properties of carbon nanostructures: Results from molecular simulations., Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society. 229 (2005) U1146-U1146.

    114. D. Areshkin, O. Shenderova, J. Schall, D. Brenner, Self-consistent tight binding model adapted for hydrocarbon systems, Molecular Simulation. 31 (2005) 585-595.

    115. W. Duley, V. Grishko, O. Shenderova, Infrared spectra of explosion nanodiamonds: A comparison with spectra of hydrogenated amorphous carbon films, 2005.

    116. O. Shenderova, Z. Hu, D. Brenner, Carbon family at the nanoscale, 2005.

    117. O. Shenderova, C. Padgett, Z. Hu, D. Brenner, Diamond nanorods, Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B. 23 (2005) 2457-2464.

    118. T. Tyler, O. Shenderova, G. McGuire, Vacuum microelectronic devices and vacuum requirements, Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology a. 23 (2005) 1260-1266.

    119. D. Areshkin, O. Shenderova, S. Adiga, D. Brenner, Electronic properties of diamond clusters: self-consistent tight binding simulation, Diamond and Related Materials. 13 (2004) 1826-1833.

    120. D. Areshkin, O. Shenderova, J. Schall, S. Adiga, D. Brenner, A self-consistent tight binding model for hydrocarbon systems: application to quantum transport simulation, Journal of Physics-Condensed Matter. 16 (2004) 6851-6866.

    121. V. Mammana, D. Jaeger, O. Shenderova, G. McGuire, Field emission device with back gated structure, Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology a. 22 (2004) 1455-1460.

    122. A.Nazarov, O. Shenderova, D. Brenner, Atomic computer simulation of triple junctions of special tilt boundaries in nickel, Physics of Metals and Metallography. 98 (2004) 339-343.

    123. V. Zhirnov, O. Shenderova, D. Jaeger, T. Tyler, D. Areshkin, D. Brenner, J. Hren, Electron emission properties of detonation nanodiamonds, Physics of the Solid State. 46 (2004) 657-661.

    124. M. Zhu, J. Wang, R. Outlaw, X. Zhao, B. Holloway, D. Manos, V. Mammana, M. Ray, O. Shenderova, Carbon nanotubes field emitter and back-gated structure, 2004.

    125. D. Areshkin, O. Shenderova, J. Schall, D. Brenner, Convergence acceleration scheme for self-consistent orthogonal-basis-set electronic structure methods, Molecular Simulation. 29 (2003) 269-286.

    126. D. Bachurin, A. Nazarov, O. Shenderova, D. Brenner, Diffusion-accomodated rigid-body translations along grain boundaries in nanostructured materials, Materials Science and Engineering A-Structural Materials Properties Microstructure and Processing. 359 (2003) 247-252.

    127. A.Nazarov, D. Bachurin, O. Shenderova, D. Brenner, On the origin and energy of triple junction defects due to the finite length of grain boundaries, Interface Science. 11 (2003) 417-424.

    128. O. Shenderova, D. Brenner, R. Ruoff, Would diamond nanorods be stronger than fullerene nanotubes?, Nano Letters. 3 (2003) 805-809.

    129. O. Shenderova, D. Areshkin, D. Brenner, Bonding and stability of hybrid diamond/nanotube structures, Molecular Simulation. 29 (2003) 259-268.

    130. D. Brenner, O. Shenderova, D. Areshkin, J. Schall, S. Frankland, Atomic modeling of carbon-based nanostructures as a tool for developing new materials and technologies, Cmes-Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences. 3 (2002) 643-673.

    131. D. Brenner, O. Shenderova, J. Harrison, S. Stuart, B. Ni, S. Sinnott, A second-generation reactive empirical bond order (REBO) potential energy expression for hydrocarbons, Journal of Physics-Condensed Matter. 14 (2002) 783-802.

    132. D. Brenner, O. Shenderova, Chemical effects on the fracture and wear of sliding interfaces: Insights from molecular simulation., Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society. 223 (2002) C92-C92.

    133. O. Shenderova, D. Brenner, Atomistic simulation of grain boundaries, triple junctions and related disclinations, Local Lattice Rotations and Disclinations in Microstructures of Distorted Crystalline Materials. 87 (2002) 205-213.

    134. O. Shenderova, B. Lawson, D. Areshkin, D. Brenner, Predicted structure and electronic properties of individual carbon nanocones and nanostructures assembled from nanocones, Nanotechnology. 12 (2001) 191-197.

    135. A.Nazarov, O. Shenderova, D. Brenner, On the disclination-structural unit model of grain boundaries, Materials Science and Engineering A-Structural Materials Properties Microstructure and Processing. 281 (2000) 148-155.

    136. Nazarov, O. Shenderova, D. Brenner, Elastic models of symmetrical and tilt grain boundaries in diamond, Physical Review B. 61 (2000) 928-936.

    137. O. Shenderova, J. Mewkill, D. Brenner, Nanoindentation as a probe of nanoscale residual stresses: Atomistic simulation results, Molecular Simulation. 25 (2000) 81-+.

    138. O. Shenderova, D. Brenner, Predicted electronic and cleavage properties of diamond, 2000.

    139. O. Shenderova, D. Brenner, A. Omeltchenko, X. Su, L. Yang, Atomistic modeling of the fracture of polycrystalline diamond, Physical Review B. 61 (2000) 3877-3888.

    140. O. Shenderova, D. Brenner, A. Omeltchenko, X. Su, L. Yang, A. Nazarov, Properties of polycrystalline diamond: Multiscale modeling approach, Molecular Simulation. 24 (2000) 197-207.

    141. O. Shenderova, D. Brenner, L. Yang, Atomistic simulations of structures and mechanical properties of polycrystalline diamond: Symmetrical tilt grain boundaries (vol 60, pg 7043, 1999), Physical Review B. 62 (2000) 3565-3565.

    142. A.Tragler, L. Srinivasan, O. Shenderova, M. McClauren, D. Brenner, Novel simulation tools for materials engineering education, Molecular Simulation. 25 (2000) 121-130.

    143. D. Brenner, O. Shenderova, L. Yang, A. Nazarov, A. Romanov, Multiscale modeling of polycrystalline covalent ceramics, 1999.

    144. A.Omeltchenko, K. Tsuruta, A. Nakano, R. Kalia, P. Vashishta, O. Shenderova, D. Brenner, Dynamic fracture in nanophase ceramics and diamond films: Multimillion atom parallel molecular-dynamics simulations, 1999.

    145. O. Shenderova, D. Brenner, Atomistic simulations of structures and mechanical properties of tilt grain boundaries and their triple junctions in diamond, Physical Review B. 60 (1999) 7053-7061.

    146. O. Shenderova, D. Brenner, A. Omeltchenko, X. Su, L. Yang, Atomistic modeling of grain boundary fracture in diamond, Fracture and Ductile Vs.Brittle Behavior-Theory, Modelling and Experiment. 539 (1999) 319-324.

    147. O. Shenderova, D. Brenner, A. Omeltchenko, X. Su, L. Yang, A. Nazarov, Multiscale modeling of polycrystalline diamond, 1999.

    148. O. Shenderova, D. Brenner, L. Yang, Atomistic simulations of structures and mechanical properties of polycrystalline diamond: Symmetrical tilt grain boundaries, Physical Review B. 60 (1999) 7043-7052.

    149. S. Sinnott, O. Shenderova, C. White, D. Brenner, Mechanical properties of nanotubule fibers and composites determined from theoretical calculations and simulations (vol 36, pg 1, 1998), Carbon. 37 (1999) 347-347.

    150. O. Shenderova, J. Mewkill, P. Linehan, D. Brenner, K. Jarausch, P. Russell, An evaluation of atomic force microscopy as a probe of nanoscale residual stress via atomistic simulation, Fundamentals of Nanoindentation and Nanotribology. 522 (1998) 233-238.

    151. O. Shenderova, D. Brenner, A. Omeltchenko, L. Yang, A. Nazarov, Atomistic modeling of polycrystalline diamond, 1998.

    152. S. Sinnott, O. Shenderova, C. White, D. Brenner, Mechanical properties of nanotubule fibers and composites determined from theoretical calculations and simulations, Carbon. 36 (1998) 1-9.

    153. O. Shenderova, D. Brenner, A. Nazarov, A. Romanov, L. Yang, Multiscale modeling approach for calculating grain-boundary energies from first principles, Physical Review B. 57 (1998) R3181-R3184.

    154. D. Brenner, O. Shenderova, C. Parker, Ion beam damage of polymer surfaces: Insights from molecular-dynamics simulation, Materials Modification and Synthesis by Ion Beam Processing. 438 (1997) 491-498.

    155. O. Shenderova, D. Brenner, Coexistence of two carbon phases at grain boundaries in polycrystalline diamond, Defects in Electronic Materials Ii. 442 (1997) 693-698.

    156. S. Sinnott, R. Colton, C. White, O. Shenderova, D. Brenner, J. Harrison, Atomistic simulations of the nanometer-scale indentation of amorphous-carbon thin films, Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology A-Vacuum Surfaces and Films. 15 (1997) 936-940.

    157. D. Brenner, S. Sinnott, J. Harrison, O. Shenderova, Simulated engineering of nanostructures, Nanotechnology. 7 (1996) 161-167.

     

  • Invited Talks

    Materials Research Society Fall Meeting, Symposium S Diamond Electronics and Biotechnology Fundamentals to Applications VII, Boston, November 2014;

    XII International Conference on Nanostructured Materials (NANO 2014), July 13-18, 2014, Moscow, Russia

    The Fourth International Workshop on Nanocarbon Photonics and Optoelectronics, 28 July- 1 August, 2014, North Karelia, Finland

    New Diamond and Nano Carbons Conference (NDNC 2014) May 25-29, 2014, Chicago, Illinois

     4th Int. Symp. on Surface and Interface of  Biomaterials"  Rome, September 2013;

    NanotechItaly 2012, International Showcase for Nanotechnologies, Venice, 21-23 November 2012;

    XXI International Materials Research Congress, Cancun, Mexico, August 2012;

    3rd Workshop on Nanocarbon Photonics and Optolectronics (NPO2012), Finland, August 2012;

    Argon National Laboratory, June 2012;

    Joint International Conference Advanced Carbon Nanostructures ACN'2011, St Petersburg, Russia, July 4-8, 2011;

    IMRS Symposium Diamond Devices, Cancun 2011;

    Stuttgart University, Germany, 2010;

    European Materials Research Society 2010 Spring Meeting, Strasbourg, 2010;

    Harvard University, USA, 2010;

    Drexel University, Philadelphia, USA, 2010;

    Materials Research Society Fall Meeting, Boston, 2009;

    Converging Technologies for 21st Century Security Conference, London, 2009;

    U.S. - Poland Workshop: Science and Applications of Nanoscale Diamond Materials, 2009 Hejnice, Czech Republic;

    University of Virginia, USA, 2009

    Third International Conference on New Diamond and Nano  Carbons (NDNC) 2009, Traverse City, USA

     

Our patents related to fluorescent diamond particles and associated applications: U.S. 9,283,155; U.S. 9,260,653; U.S. 8,753,614; and U.S. 9,296,656.

Our patents related to a method of nanodiamond-aided delivery of a biologically active substance to cells and tissue: U.S. 8,323,976 and U.S. 9,327,980

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