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Samuel J Baxter
Samuel J Baxter
Senior Research and Development Scientist, Colonial Pipeline Company
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Control of structural flexibility of layered-pillared metal-organic frameworks anchored at surfaces
S Wannapaiboon, S Andreas, ., I Hante, TM Baxter, Samuel J, K Epp, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-10, 2019
1042019
Negative thermal expansion design strategies in a diverse series of metal–organic frameworks
NC Burtch, SJ Baxter, J Heinen, A Bird, A Schneemann, D Dubbeldam, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 29 (48), 1904669, 2019
542019
Tuning thermal expansion in metal–organic frameworks using a mixed linker solid solution approach
SJ Baxter, A Schneemann, AD Ready, P Wijeratne, AP Wilkinson, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 141 (32), 12849-12854, 2019
462019
Flexibility control in alkyl ether-functionalized pillared-layered MOFs by a Cu/Zn mixed metal approach
A Schneemann, R Rudolf, SJ Baxter, P Vervoorts, I Hante, K Khaletskaya, ...
Dalton Transactions 48 (19), 6564-6570, 2019
202019
Controlling the Negative Thermal Expansion and Response to Pressure in ReO3-type Fluorides by the Deliberate Introduction of Excess Fluoride: Mg1-xZr1+ xF6+ 2x, x= 0.15, 0.30 …
SJ Baxter, BR Hester, BR Wright, AP Wilkinson
Chemistry of Materials, 2019
182019
Hybrid Double Perovskite Containing Helium: [He2][CaZr]F6
AJ Lloyd, BR Hester, SJ Baxter, S Ma, VB Prakapenka, SN Tkachev, ...
Chemistry of Materials 33 (9), 3132-3138, 2021
92021
Recovery of MOF-5 from extreme high-pressure conditions facilitated by a modern pressure transmitting medium
SJ Baxter, NC Burtch, JD Evans, AD Ready, AP Wilkinson, ...
Chemistry of Materials 34 (2), 768-776, 2022
72022
Controlling the Phase Behavior of Low and Negative Thermal Expansion ReO3-Type Fluorides using Interstitial Anions: Sc1–xZrxF3+x
SJ Baxter
Inorganic Chemistry, 2020
72020
Near 100% CO2 conversion and CH4 selectivity in a solid oxide electrolysis cell with integrated catalyst operating at 450° C
SJ Baxter, M Rine, B Min, Y Liu, J Yao
Journal of CO2 Utilization 59, 101954, 2022
52022
Thermal Expansion and Response to Pressure of Double-ReO3-Type Fluorides NaMVF6 (M = Nb, Ta)
AJ Lloyd, EB Masterson, SJ Baxter, JJ Molaison, AM Dos Santos, ...
Inorganic Chemistry 59 (19), 13979-13987, 2020
52020
The Effects of Ligand Substitution on MOF-808 Thermal Cycling Stability and Negative Thermal Expansion
Samuel J. Baxter, Jose Mendez-Arroyo, Jim Enterkin, Paul M. Alvey, Camille ...
ACS Materials Letters 4, 2381–2387, 2022
32022
Novel graphite passivation method
ND McDaniel, AO Baldridge, M Yang, JM Nelson, SJ Baxter, J Yao
US Patent App. 18/458,769, 2024
2024
A process for methanation
Y Liu, SJ Baxter, J Yao
US Patent App. 17/724,929, 2022
2022
Amorphized Zeolite For Converting Methanol To Olefins
SJ Baxter, J Yao, S Jones, Y Liu
Provisional, not at liberty to disclose Application#, 2022
2022
Near 100% Co2 Conversion and Ch4 Selectivity in a Solid Oxide Electrolysis Cell with Integrated Catalyst
Y Liu, S Baxter, M Rine, B Min, J Yao
Available at SSRN 4017555, 2022
2022
A Process for Methanation Using Solid Oxide Electrolysis Cells
S Baxter, Y Liu, J Yao
US Patent App. No. 17/724,929, 2021
2021
Control of thermal expansion, behavior on compression, and guest loading in framework materials
SJ Baxter
Georgia Institute of Technology, 2020
2020
Tunable Thermal Expansion in Metal-Organic Frameworks Through a Mixed Linker Solid Solutions Approach.
S Baxter, P Wijeratne, A Schneemann, A Ready, A Wilkinson, NC Burtch
Sandia National Lab.(SNL-CA), Livermore, CA (United States), 2019
2019
Controlling the negative thermal expansion and response to pressure in ReO3-type fluorides by the deliberate introduction of excess fluoride: Mg2-xZrxF4+2x
SJ Baxter
ACS Spring 2019 National Meeting & Exposition, 2019
2019
Tuning Negative Thermal Expansion in ReO3-type Fluorides by Introducing Extra Anions
APW Samuel J. Baxter
North American Solid State Chemistry Conference, 2017
2017
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