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PUBLICATIONS: Germano S. Iannacchione

 

Number of citations are given in braces with key papers in bold (> 20 citations).

Totals (7 July 2011): Papers = 73, Citations = 1353, Impact = 1353/73 = 18.5, h-index = 19 ( 18.3 ~ sqrt(1353/4) ).

  1. {7} “Concentration dependence of solvent diffusion in a colloidal suspension”, E. von Meerwall, D. Mahoney, G. Iannacchione, and D. Skowronski, Journal of Colloidal Interface Science 139 (2), 437-45 (1990).
  2. {10} “The influence of polydispersity and curative / resin ratio on molecular mobility in epoxy networks”, G. Iannacchione and E. von Meerwall, Journal of Polymer Science: Polymer Physics B 29 (6), 659-668 (1991).
  3. {97} “Characterization of the cylindrical cavities of Anopore and Nuclepore membranes”, G. P. Crawford, L. M. Steele, R. Ondris-Crawford, G. S. Iannacchione, C. J. Yeager, J. W. Doane, and D. Finotello, Journal of Chemical Physics 96 (10), 7788-96 (1992).
  4. {93} “Calorimetric study of phase transitions in confined liquid crystals”, G. S. Iannacchione and D. Finotello, Physical Review Letters 69 (14), 2094-7 (1992).
  5. {1} “Orientational effects on confined 5CB”, G. S. Iannacchione, G. P. Crawford, J. W. Doane, and D. Finotello, Molecular Crystals Liquid Crystals 222, 205-13 (1992).
  6. {8} “Interface influenced phase transitions of alkylcyanobiphenyl liquid crystals: A calorimetric study”, G. S. Iannacchione, A. Strigazzi, and D. Finotello, Liquid Crystals 14 (4), 1153-61 (1993).
  7. {7} “Confinement and orientational study at liquid crystal phase transitions”, G. S. Iannacchione and D. Finotello, Liquid Crystals 14 (4), 1135-42 (1993).
  8. {14} “AC calorimetry technique: applications to liquid helium films and liquid crystals”, L. M. Steele, G. S. Iannacchione, and D. Finotello, Review of Mexican Physics 39 (4), 588-601 (1993).
  9. {151} “Randomly constrained orientational order in porous glass”, G. S. Iannacchione, G. P. Crawford, S. Zumer, J. W. Doane, and D. Finotello, Physical Review Letters 71 (16), 2595-8 (1993).
  10. {56} “Surface induced discrete smectic order in the isotropic phase of 12CB in cylindrical pores”, G. S. Iannacchione, J. T. Mang, S. Kumar, and D. Finotello, Physical Review Letters 73 (20), 2708-11 (1994).
  11. {63} “Specific heat dependence on orientational order at cylindrically confined liquid crystal phase transitions”, G. S. Iannacchione and D. Finotello, Physical Review E 50 (6), 4780-95 (1994).
  12. {4} “AC-calorimetry studies at the HexB – SmA and CryB – HexB phase transitions in two compounds with hydrogen bonding”, G. Iannacchione, E. Gorecka, W. Pyzuk, S. Kumar, and D. Finotello, Physical Review E 51 (4), 3346-9 (1995).
  13. {7} “Numerical study of cylindrically confined nematic liquid crystals”, R. M. Marroum, G. S. Iannacchione, D. Finotello, and Michael A. Lee, Physical Review E 51 (4), R2743-6 (1995).
  14. {6} “High-resolution calorimetric studies at phase transitions for alkylcyanobiphenyl liquid crystals confined to submicron size cylindrical cavities”, D. Finotello and G. S. Iannacchione, in Liquid Crystals in the Nineties and Beyond, Chap. 4, p. 109-145, edited by S. Kumar (World Scientific, 1995); also in International Journal of Modern Physics B 9 (18-19), 2247-83 (1995).
  15. {44} “Nematic ordering in highly restrictive Vycor glass”, G. Iannacchione, G. Crawford, S. Qian, S. Zumer, J. Doane, and D. Finotello, Physical Review E 53 (3), 2402-11 (1996).
  16. {13} “Liquid crystal order in a highly restrictive porous glass”, G. S. Iannacchione, S. Qian, G. P. Crawford, S. S. Keast, M. E. Neubert, J. W. Doane, D. Finotello, L. M. Steele, P. E. Sokol, and S. Zumer, Molecular Crystals Liquid Crystals 262, 13-23 (1995).
  17. {24} “Critical behavior of the smectic-A to nematic transition confined to a random network”, S. Qian, G. S. Iannacchione, and D. Finotello, Physical Review E 53 (5), R4291-4 (1996).
  18. {3} “Smectic order in a porous interconnected substrate”, S. Qian, G. S. Iannacchione, D. Finotello, L. M. Steele, and P. E. Sokol, Molecular Crystals Liquid Crystals 265, 395-402 (1995).
  19. {3} “Phase transitions in restricted geometries”, D. Finotello, G. S. Iannacchione, and S. Qian, in Liquid Crystals in Complex Geometries formed by Polymer and Porous Networks, Chap. 16, p. 325-343, edited by G. P. Crawford and S. Zumer (Taylor & Francis, London, 1995).
  20. {18} “Deuterium NMR and morphology study of polymer disperse liquid crystal Bragg gratings”, G. S. Iannacchione, D. Finotello, L. V. Natarajan, R. L. Sutherland, V. P. Tondiglia, T. J. Bunning, and W. W. Adams, Europhysics Letters 36 (6), 425-30 (1996).
  21. {14} “Calorimetric study of phase transitions for octylphenylthiol-pentyloxybenzoate in silica aerogel”, B. Zhou, G. S. Iannacchione, and C. W. Garland, Liquid Crystals 22 (3), 335-9 (1997).
  22. {60} “Random field effects on the nematic – smectic-A phase transition due to silica aerosil particles”, B. Zhou, G. S. Iannacchione, C. W. Garland, and T. Bellini, Physical Review E 55 (3), 2962-8 (1997).
  23. {2} “Critical behavior of the smectic-A to nematic transition of confined liquid crystal mixtures”, S. Qian, G. S. Iannacchione, and D. Finotello, Molecular Crystals Liquid Crystals 292, 175-81 (1997).
  24. {39} “Liquid crystalline behavior of octylcyanobiphenyl confined to submicron size randomly connected porous glasses”, G. S. Iannacchione, S. Qian, F. Aliev, and D. Finotello, Physical Review E 56 (1), 554-61 (1997).
  25. {8} “Quasicritical heat capacity at a smectic-A – hexatic-B phase transition”, H. Haga, Z. Kutnjak, G. Iannacchione, S. Qian, D. Finotello, and C. W. Garland, Physical Review E 56 (2), 1808-18 (1997).
  26. {1} “The effect of chirality on the phase transitions of chiral/8CB mixtures”, G. S. Iannacchione, S. Qian, M. Wittebrood, and D. Finotello, Molecular Crystals Liquid Crystals 302, 989-99 (1997).
  27. {6} “AC calorimetric studies of phase transitions in porous substrates: Superfluid helium and liquid crystals”, D. Finotello, S. Qian, and G. S. Iannacchione, Thermochimica Acta 304/305, 303-316 (1997).
  28. {22} “Critical behavior of a smectic-A to nematic phase transition embedded in a random network of voids”, S. Qian, G. S. Iannacchione, and D. Finotello, Physical Review E 57 (4), 4305-15 (1998).
  29. {0} “Phase behavior in the reentrant nematic region of chiral frustrated smectics”, G. S. Iannacchione, C. W. Garland, J. Mieczkowski, and E. Gorecka, Physical Review E 58 (1), 595-601 (1998).
  30. {130} “Calorimetric and SAXS study of phase transitions in octylcyanobiphenyl-aerosil mixtures”, G. S. Iannacchione, C. W. Garland, J. T. Mang, and T. Rieker, Physical Review E 58 (5), 5966-81 (1998).
  31. {2} “Twist-grain-boundary transitions in a chiral tolane compound”, G. S. Iannacchione and C. W. Garland, Liquid Crystals 26 (1), 69-74 (1999).
  32. {8} “Critical heat capacity at the smectic-A – smectic-C transition in a partially fluorinated liquid crystal”, G. Iannacchione, C. W. Garland, P. M. Johnson, and C. C. Huang, Liquid Crystals 26 (1),51-55 (1999).

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  1. {24} “Effects of quenched disorder on the orientational order of the octylcyanobiphenyl liquid-crystal”, H. Zeng, B. Zalar, G. S. Iannacchione, and D. Finotello, Physical Review E 60 (5), 5607-18 (1999).
  2. {3} “Nematic structures in randomly interconnected porous hosts”, D. Finotello, H. Zeng, B. Zalar, and G. S. Iannacchione, Molecular Crystals Liquid Crystals 358, 237-250 (2001).
  3. {18} “Elastic coupling of silica gel dynamics in a liquid-crystal – aerosil dispersion”, C. C. Retsch, I. McNulty, and G. S. Iannacchione, Physical Review E 65 (3), 032701-4 (2002).
  4. {24} “Hydrogen-bonded silica gels dispersed in a smectic liquid-crystal: A random field XY system”, S. Park, R. L. Leheny, R. J. Birgeneau, J-L. Gallani, C. W. Garland, and G. S. Iannacchione, Physical. Review E 65 (5), 050703(R) (2002), [cond-mat/0112073].
  5. {54} “Smectic ordering in liquid-crystal – aerosil dispersions I: X-ray analysis”, R. L. Leheny, S. Park, C. W. Garland, R. J. Birgeneau, and G. S. Iannacchione, Physical Review E 67 (1), 011708 (2003), [cond-mat/0208284].
  6. {44} “Smectic ordering in liquid-crystal – aerosil dispersions II: Scaling analysis”, G. S. Iannacchione, S. Park, C. W. Garland, R. J. Birgeneau, and R. L. Leheny, Physical Review E 67 (1), 011709 (2003), [cond-mat/0208287].
  7. {37} “Effect of a quenched random field at a continuous symmetry breaking transition: Nematic to smectic-A in an 8OCB+aerosil dispersion”, P. S. Clegg, C. Stock, R. J. Birgeneau, C. W. Garland, A. Roshi, and G. S. Iannacchione, Physical Review E 67 (2), 021703 (2003).
  8. {17} “High-resolution x-ray study of the nematic – smectic-A and the smectic-A – smectic-C transitions in 8S5-aerosil gels”, P. S. Clegg, S. Park, R. J. Birgeneau, C. W. Garland, G. S. Iannacchione, R. L. Leheny, and M. E. Neubert, Physical Review E 68 (3), 031706 (2003), [cond-mat/0305378].
  9. {26} “Evolution of the nematic to isotropic phase transition in 8OCB+aerosil dispersions”, A. Roshi, G. S. Iannacchione, P. S. Clegg, and R. J. Birgeneau, Physical Review E 69 (3), 031703 (2004), [cond-mat/0310070].
  10. {27} “Review of liquid-crystal phase transitions with quenched random disorder”, G. S. Iannacchione, Fluid Phase Equilibria 222/223, 177 (2004). (Proceedings of the 15th Symposium on Thermophysical Properties (NIST), Boulder CO, June 2003).
  11. {20} “Isotropic to nematic transition in aerosil-disordered liquid crystals”, M. Caggioni, A. Roshi, S. Barjami, F. Mantegazza, G. S. Iannacchione, and T. Bellini, Physical Review Letters 93 (12), 127801 (2004).
  12. {5} “Critical linear thermal expansion in the smectic-A phase near the nematic – smectic-A phase transition”, E. Anesta, G. S. Iannacchione, and C. W. Garland, Physical Review E 70 (4), 041703-8 (2004).
  13. {5} “Calorimetric study of the nematic – smectic-A and smectic-A – smectic-C phase transitions in liquid-crystal–aerosil dispersions”, A. Roshi, G. S. Iannacchione, P. S. Clegg, R. J. Birgeneau, and M. E. Neubert, Physical Review E 72 (5), 051716 (2005) [cond-mat/0510238].
  14. {9} “Off-axis thermal properties of carbon nanotube films”, S. Sinha, S. Barjami, G. Iannacchione, A. Schwab, and G. Muench, Journal of Nanoparticle Research 7 (6), 651-7 (2005), (Proceedings of Nanotechnology / Thin Films Conference, Singapore, July 2004).
  15. {12} “Thermodynamics of activated phase transitions of octylcyanobiphenyl: DSC and MC calorimetry”, D. Sharma, J. C. MacDonald, and G. S. Iannacchione, Journal of Physical Chemistry B 110 (33),16679-84 (2006).
  16. {3} “Structure and dynamics of a nano-colloidal silica gel dispersion”, A. Roshi, S. Barjami, D. Paterson, I. McNulty, and G. S. Iannacchione, Physical Review E 74 (3), 031404-8 (2006).
  17. {9} “Role of an aerosil dispersion on the activated kinetics of an LC1-xSilx system", D. Sharma, J. C. MacDonald, and G. S. Iannacchione, Journal of Physical Chemistry B 110 (51), 26160-9 (2006).
  18. {3} “Kinetics of induced crystallization of the LC1-xSilx system”, D. Sharma and G. S. Iannacchione, Journal of Physical Chemistry B 111 (8), 1916-22 (2007).
  19. {8} “Induced thermal dynamics in the melt of glycerol and aerosil dispersions”, D. Sharma and G. S. Iannacchione, Journal of Chemical Physics 126 (9), 094503 (2007).
  20. {9} “High-resolution dielectric spectroscopy in a rotating electric field on several carbon allotropes including multi-wall and single-wall nanotubes”, R. Basu and G. S. Iannacchione, Applied Physics Letters 92, 052906 (2008); selected for Vir. J. Nan. Sci. & Tech. 17(7), 18 February 2008.
  21. {6} “Observation of a possible tetrahedratic phase in bent-core liquid crystals”, D. Wiant, K. Neupane, S. Sharma, A. Jakli, J. T. Gleeson, S. Sprunt, N. Pradhan, and G. Iannacchione, Physical Review E 77 (6), 061701-7 (2008).
  22. {2} “Calorimetric study of the isotropic to nematic phase transition in an aligned liquid crystal nano-colloidal gel”, F. Cruceanu, D. Liang, R. L. Leheny, and G. S. Iannacchione, Liquid Crystals 35 (9), 1061-1071 (2008).
  23. {0} “Specific heat and thermal conductivity measurements parallel and perpendicular to the long-axis of cobalt nanowires”, N. R. Pradhan, H. Duan, J. Liang, and G. S. Iannacchione, TMS2008 (Minerals, Metals, and Materials) 137th Annual Meeting Supplemental Proceedings Vol. 1: Materials Processing and Properties, page 159 (TMS Publishing, ISBN 978-0-87339-716-2, 2008).
  24. {2} “Specific heat and thermal conductivity measurements for anisotropic and random macroscopic composites of cobalt nanowires”, N. R. Pradhan, H. Duan, J. Liang, and G. S. Iannacchione, Nanotechnology 19, 485712 (2008).
  25. {16} “Carbon nanotube dispersed liquid crystals – A nano-electromechanical system”, R. Basu and G. S. Iannacchione, Applied Physics Letters 93, 183105-3 (2008).
  26. {6} “Dielectric response of multi-wall carbon nanotubes as a function of applied ac-electric fields”, R. Basu and G. S. Iannacchione, Journal of Applied Physics 104, 114107 (2008).
  27. {0} “Emergent 1-D Ising behavior in an austere cellular automaton model”, P. Kassebaum and G. S. Iannacchione, International Journal of Modern Physics C (IJMPC) 20 (1), 133-145 (2009).
  28. {5} “High-resolution calorimetric study of the nematic to smectic-A transition in aligned liquid crystal - aerosil gels”, F. Cruceanu, D. Liang, R. L. Leheny, C. W. Garland, and G. S. Iannacchione, Physical Review E 79 (1), 011710-8 (2009).
  29. {2} “Effect of aerosil gels on de Gennes nematic–smectic coupling”, C. W. Garland and G. S. Iannacchione, Journal of Physical Chemistry B 113 (12), 3901-05 (2009).
  30. {5} “The specific heat and thermal conductivity of composites containing single-walled and multi-walled carbon nanotubes”, N. R. Pradhan, H. Duan, J. Liang, and G. S. Iannacchione, Nanotechnology 20, 245705-7 (2009).
  31. {10} “Evidence for directed self-assembly of quantum dots in a nematic liquid crystal”, R. Basu and G. S. Iannacchione, Physical Review E 80 (1), 010701(R)-4 (2009).
  32. {8} “Nematic anchoring on carbon nanotubes”, R. Basu and G. S. Iannacchione, Applied Physics Letters 95, 173113-3 (2009), selected for Vir. J. Nan. Sci. & Tech. 20 (19), 29 October 2009.
  33. {6} “Dielectric hysteresis, relaxation dynamics, and non-volatile memory effects in carbon nanotube dispersed liquid crystals”, R. Basu and G. S. Iannacchione, Journal of Applied Physics 106, 124312-6 (2009).
  34. {3} “Relaxation dynamics of the glass Transition in PMMA+SWCNT composites by temperature-modulated DSC”, N. Pradhan and G. S. Iannacchione, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 43, 105401-7 (2010).
  35. {5} “Orientational coupling enhancement in a carbon nanotube dispersed liquid crystal”, R. Basu and G. S. Iannacchione, Physical Review E 81 (5), 051705-5 (2010), selected for Vir. J. Nan. Sci. & Tech. 21 (21), May 2010.
  36. {0} “Thermal properties and glass transition in PMMA+SWCNT composites”, N. R. Pradhan and G. S. Iannacchione, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 43, 305403-9 (2010).
  37. {3} “Evolution of the isotropic to nematic phase transition in binary mixtures of octylcyanobiphenyl and n-hexane”, K. Sigdel and G. S. Iannacchione, Journal of Chemical Physics 133, 044513-7 (2010).
  38. {0} “Study of the isotropic to smectic-A phase transition in liquid crystal and acetone binary mixtures”, K. P. Sigdel and G. S. Iannacchione, Journal of Chemical Physics 133, 174501-7 (2010).
  39. {0} “Calorimetric study of the nematic to smectic-A phase transition in octylcyanobiphenyl-hexane binary mixtures”, K. P. Sigdel and G. S. Iannacchione, Physical Review E 82 (5), 051702-8 (2010).
  40. {0} “Effect of carbon nanotubes on the isotropic to nematic and the nematic to smectic-A phase transitions in liquid crystal and carbon nanotube composites”, K. P. Sigdel and G. S. Iannacchione, European Physics Journal E 34, 34-43 (2011).
  41. {0} “Thermal behavior of carbon nanofiber on poly(ethylene-co-propylene) copolymer”, A. R. Adhikari, G. Georgiev, K. Sigdel, G. S. Iannacchione, K. Lozano, and M. Chipara, Polymer Engineering and Science, accepted (2011).