Mayank Agrawal
Mayank Agrawal
Brown University, Georgia Institute of Technology
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How useful are common simulants of chemical warfare agents at predicting adsorption behavior?
M Agrawal, DF Sava Gallis, JA Greathouse, DS Sholl
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 122 (45), 26061-26069, 2018
Liquid-Phase Multicomponent Adsorption and Separation of Xylene Mixtures by Flexible MIL-53 Adsorbents
M Agrawal, S Bhattacharyya, Y Huang, KC Jayachandrababu, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 122 (1), 386-397, 2017
Effect of intrinsic flexibility on adsorption properties of metal-organic frameworks at dilute and non-dilute loadings
M Agrawal, DS Sholl
ACS applied materials & interfaces 11 (34), 31060-31068, 2019
Determining Diffusion Coefficients of Chemical Warfare Agents in Metal-Organic Frameworks
M Agrawal, SE Boulfelfel, DF Sava Gallis, JA Greathouse, DS Sholl
The journal of physical chemistry letters 10 (24), 7823-7830, 2019
Impact of Intrinsic Framework Flexibility for Selective Adsorption of Sarin in Non-Aqueous Solvents using Metal-Organic Frameworks
J Park, M Agrawal, DFS Gallis, J Harvey, J Greathouse, D Sholl
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 22, 6441-6448, 2020
Does repeat synthesis in materials chemistry obey a power law?
M Agrawal, R Han, D Herath, DS Sholl
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (2), 877-882, 2020
Colloidal Robotics: Programming Structure and Function in Colloidal-Scale Material Through Emergence, Design and Logic
M Agrawal
Using Computer Simulations to Select Simulants for Capture of Chemical Warfare Agents in Nanoporous Materials by Adsorption.
M Agrawal, J Harvey, JA Greathouse, DF Sava Gallis, D Sholl
Sandia National Lab.(SNL-NM), Albuquerque, NM (United States), 2018
Framework Flexibility Driven Adsorptive Separation of C8 Aromatic Isomers in Metal Organic Frameworks: A Computational Exploration
M Agrawal, D Sholl
2017 AIChE Annual Meeting, 2017
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