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Publication List

You can access my full publication list via the menu links above or from My Google Scholar Page. A representative cross-section of recent publications are:

  • P. Sripaturad, A. Karton, K. Stevens, N. Thamwattana, D. Baowan and B. J. Cox, 2023 “Catalytic effect of graphene on the inversion of corannulene using a continuum approach with the Lennard-Jones potential,” Nanoscale Advances, 5, 4571-4578, doi:10.1039/d3na00349c.
  • J. Aljedani, M. J. Chen and B. J. Cox, 2021 “Variational model for collapsed graphene wrinkles,” Applied Physics A, 127, 886, doi:10.1007/s00339-021-05000-y.
  • B. J. Cox, T Dyer and N. Thamwattana, 2020 “A variational model for conformation of graphene wrinkles formed on a shrinking solid metal substrate,” Materials Research Express, 7 (8), 085001, doi:10.1088/2053-1591/abaa8f.
  • B. J. Cox and J. M. Hill, 2018 “Carbon nanocones with curvature effects close to the vertex,” Nanomaterials, 8, 624, doi:10.3390/nano8080624.
  • D. Baowan, B. J. Cox, T. A. Hilder, J. M. Hill and N. Thamwattana, 2017 Modelling and Mechanics of Carbon-Based Nanostructured Materials, Oxford: Elsevier, ISBN: 978-0128124635.
  • B. J. Cox, 2016 “On regular seven-membered loops in R3 with arbitrary join angle,” Zeitschrift für angewandte Mathematik und Physik, 67, 52 (17pp), doi:10.1007/s00033-016-0635-1.
  • W. X. Lim, A. W. Thornton, A. J. Hill, B. J. Cox, J. M. Hill, M. R. Hill, 2013 “High performance hydrogen storage from Be-BTB metal-organic framework at room temperature,” Langmuir, 29, 8524–8533, doi:10.1021/la401446s.
  • Y. Chan, B. J. Cox and J. M. Hill, 2012 “Carbon nanotori as traps for atoms and ions,” Physica B: Condensed Matter, 407, 3479–3483, doi:10.1016/j.physb.2012.05.005.
  • B. J. Cox and S. Wagon, 2012 “Drilling for polygons,” American Mathematical Monthly, 119, 300–312, doi:10.4169/amer.math.monthly.119.04.300.
  • B. J. Cox and J. M. Hill, 2011 “Flow through a circular tube with a permeable Navier slip boundary,” Nanoscale Research Letters, 6, 389, doi:10.1186/1556-276X-6-389.
  • D. Baowan, K. Chayantrakom, P. Satiracoo and B. J. Cox, 2011 “Mathematical modelling for equilibrium configurations of concentric gold nanoparticles as potential application in drug and gene delivery,” Journal of Mathematical Chemistry, 49, 1042–1053, doi:10.1007/s10910-010-9796-x.