Dr James Chapman
Dr James Chapman
Applied Chemistry and Environmental Science, RMIT University
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Machine learning force fields: construction, validation, and outlook
V Botu, R Batra, J Chapman, R Ramprasad
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 121 (1), 511-522, 2017
A review of methods for the detection of pathogenic microorganisms
P Rajapaksha, A Elbourne, S Gangadoo, R Brown, D Cozzolino, ...
Analyst 144 (2), 396-411, 2019
Parkinson's disease and the environment
N Ball, WP Teo, S Chandra, J Chapman
Frontiers in neurology 10, 218, 2019
Carbon nanomaterials and their application to electrochemical sensors: a review
AC Power, B Gorey, S Chandra, J Chapman
Nanotechnology Reviews 7 (1), 19-41, 2018
Nanofunctionalized superhydrophobic antifouling coatings for environmental sensor applications—advancing deployment with answers from nature
J Chapman, F Regan
Advanced Engineering Materials 14 (4), B175-B184, 2012
Bacterial-nanostructure interactions: The role of cell elasticity and adhesion forces
A Elbourne, J Chapman, A Gelmi, D Cozzolino, RJ Crawford, VK Truong
Journal of colloid and interface science 546, 192-210, 2019
Antibacterial Liquid Metals: Biofilm Treatment via Magnetic Activation
A Elbourne, S Cheeseman, P Atkin, NP Truong, N Syed, A Zavabeti, ...
ACS Nano, 2020
Bioinspired synthetic macroalgae: examples from nature for antifouling applications
J Chapman, C Hellio, T Sullivan, R Brown, S Russell, E Kiterringham, ...
International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 86, 6-13, 2014
Antimicrobial metal nanomaterials: from passive to stimuli‐activated applications
S Cheeseman, AJ Christofferson, R Kariuki, D Cozzolino, T Daeneke, ...
Advanced Science 7 (10), 1902913, 2020
Nanoparticles in feed: Progress and prospects in poultry research
S Gangadoo, D Stanley, RJ Hughes, RJ Moore, J Chapman
Trends in Food Science & Technology 58, 115-126, 2016
Selenium nanoparticles in poultry feed modify gut microbiota and increase abundance of Faecalibacterium prausnitzii
S Gangadoo, I Dinev, J Chapman, RJ Hughes, TTH Van, RJ Moore, ...
Applied microbiology and biotechnology 102 (3), 1455-1466, 2018
Period four metal nanoparticles on the inhibition of biofouling
J Chapman, E Weir, F Regan
Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 78 (2), 208-216, 2010
Nano-plastics and their analytical characterisation and fate in the marine environment: From source to sea
S Gangadoo, S Owen, P Rajapaksha, K Plaisted, S Cheeseman, ...
Science of The Total Environment 732, 2020
Nanoparticles in Anti-microbial Materials: Use and Characterisation
J Chapman, T Sullivan, F Regan
Royal Society of Chemistry, 2012
The synthesis and characterisation of highly stable and reproducible selenium nanoparticles
RJMJC Sheeana Gangadoo, Dragana Stanley, Robert J. Hughes
Inorganic and Nano-metal Chemistry, 2017
Search for long-lived, massive particles in events with a displaced vertex and a muon with large impact parameter in collisions at with the ATLAS …
G Aad, B Abbott, DC Abbott, AA Abud, K Abeling, DK Abhayasinghe, ...
Physical Review D 102 (3), 032006, 2020
The gastrointestinal tract microbiota of the Japanese quail, Coturnix japonica
N Wilkinson, RJ Hughes, WJ Aspden, J Chapman, RJ Moore, D Stanley
Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 100 (9), 4201-4209, 2016
Graphene, electrospun membranes and granular activated carbon for eliminating heavy metals, pesticides and bacteria in water and wastewater treatment processes
P Rajapaksha, A Power, S Chandra, J Chapman
Analyst 143 (23), 5629-5645, 2018
Search for metastable heavy charged particles with large ionization energy loss in collisions at using the ATLAS experiment
M Aaboud, G Aad, B Abbott, J Abdallah, B Abeloos, R Aben, OS AbouZeid, ...
Physical Review D 93 (11), 112015, 2016
Interpreting and reporting principal component analysis in food science analysis and beyond
D Cozzolino, A Power, J Chapman
Food Analytical Methods 12 (11), 2469-2473, 2019
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