Andrew Gellman-Chemical Engineering - Carnegie Mellon University

Andrew Gellman

Lord Professor of Chemical Engineering, Chemistry(Courtesy), Materials Science and Engineering(Courtesy) Co-Director W.E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation

Office: Doherty Hall A207B
Phone: 412-268-3848
Fax: 412-268-7139

Bio

Professor Gellman received his BS in Chemistry from the California Institute of Technology in 1981 and his PhD from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1985. Thereafter, he was an ICI postdoctoral fellow at Cambridge University in Physical Chemistry. He became a faculty member of the chemistry department at the University of Illinois before joining Carnegie Mellon in 1992 where he was appointed the Lord Professor of Chemical Engineering in 1999. Prof. Gellman also holds courtesy appointments in Materials Science and Engineering and in Chemistry. From Jan. 2003 – Nov. 2013 Prof. Gellman served as Department Head of Chemical Engineering. He promulgated a $28 million renovation of Doherty Hall between 2004 -2008. Prof. Gellman organized a consortium involving Carnegie Mellon, University of Pittsburgh, and West Virginia University and in 2007 became the founding Director of the Institute for Advanced Energy Solutions, an outgrowth of the Department of Energy - National Energy Technology Laboratory. In 2012 he was appointed co-Director of Carnegie Mellon’s W.E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation.

Education

Cambridge University(postdoc) 1985-1987
Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley, 1985
B.S. Chemistry, California Institute of Technology, 1981

Research

Professor Gellman's group uses experimental methods to study processes occurring on surfaces such as the bonding of molecules to metal surfaces, surface structure, reaction kinetics, catalysis, friction, and lubrication.  The use of surface science methods to create and study well-defined surfaces allows Professor Gellman's group to investigate surface chemistry relevant to these processes at the most fundamental level.

 
Professor Gellman’s group has pioneered the study of enantioselective surface chemistry on naturally chiral metal surfaces.  These surfaces are high Miller index planes that lack mirror symmetry and therefore exist as two enantiomorphs.  Recent work using D- and L-tartaric acid adsorbed on several Cu(hkl)R&S surfaces has demonstrated that one can achieve enormously high enantiospecific reaction rates via autocatalytic surface explosion mechanisms (10.1021/ja408659v). Other work has used 13C isotopically labelled L-aspartic acid to monitor directly the enantioselective separation of DL-aspartic acid on Cu(3,1,17)R&S surfaces (10.1002/anie.201209025).  This work generates insight into some of the fundamental phenomena that lead to enantioselective adsorption and catalysis on chiral surfaces.

Recent work in Professor Gellman’s laboratory has focussed effort on the development of instrumentation and methods for high throughput study of surface phenomena.  Study of the surface science of multicomponent materials such as alloys is complicated by the fact that one needs to prepare, characterize and study many samples of varying composition.  Gellman’s group has worked to overcome this bottleneck by developing tools for the preparation of Composition Spread Alloy Films.  These are alloy films that have composition gradients parallel to their surfaces such that a 1x1 cm2 sample contains all possible compositions of a ternary alloy, AxByC1-x-y with x = 0 -> 1, y = 0 -> 1-x.  Spatially resolved materials and surface characterization methods (SEM, EDX, EBSD, XPS, UPS, LEIS, etc.) can then be used to map and study composition dependent phenomena such as surface segregation, catalysis, dewetting, and oxidation across the entire alloy composition space (10.1116/1.4766194).

Another body of recent work exploits the use of spherically curved single crystal surfaces to conduct high throughput studies of structure sensitive surface chemistry that span surface orientations continuously.  This circumvents the need for study of many single crystals exposing surfaces of a single crystallographic orientation.  Surface Structure Spread Single Crystals expose a distribution of different surface orientations (10.1016/j.susc.2012.09.015) spanning a continuous region of the stereographic projection of all possible surface orientations.  Spatially resolved surface analysis methods such as STM, XPS and UPS can be used to study problems in surface structure, surface physics and structure sensitive surface chemistry.

Research Websites

Catalysis and Surface Science
Energy Science and Engineering

Research Group Site

Highlights

  • Returned to Full Professorship in Chemical Engineering on Nov. 1, 2013 after almost 11 years as Department Head.  Second year as founding co-Director of the W.E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation.
  • Conducted the first conclusive demonstration of enantioselective separation of a chiral organic species on a naturally chiral metal surface.  In so doing, made the first quantitative measurement of the enantiospecific difference in adsorption energies of chiral molecules on a naturally chiral metal surface.
  • Designed a method for measurement of enantiospecific adsorption equilibria on chiral nanoparticles based on optical rotation measurements.  This also yields a quantitative measurement of enantiospecific adsorption energy differences.
  • Conducted the first experimental test of the correlation between catalytic reaction energetics and the d-band energies across a continuous distribution of Cu-Pd alloy compositions.

Awards and Honors

  • AVS Fellow - 2012
  • Inaugural First Energy Corp. Lectureship, Univ. of Akron - 2011 
  • ACS Fellow - 2011    
  • Best Paper of 2002 - Journal of Engineering Tribology, 2002
  • Welch Foundation Lecturer – Robert Welch Foundation, 2001
  • Zeneca Fellowship - Cambridge University, UK, 2000
  • Ipatieff Prize - American Chemical Society 1998
  • Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellow -  A.P. Sloan Foundation 1991-93
  • Packard Fellowship in Science and Eng. - Packard Fnd.  1989-94
  • Beckman Fellow - Center for Advanced Study, University of Illinois  1989
  • Distinguished New Faculty in Chemistry Award - Dreyfus Fnd.  1986
  • Arnold O. Beckman Research Award,  U. of Illinois  1986

Publications

Recent Publications
Selected Publications
Full Publications

Recent Publications

N. Shukla, D. Yang, A.J. Gellman, “Enantiomeric Separations of Chiral Pharmaceuticals using Chirally Modified Tetrahexahedral Au Nanoparticles” Surface Science, 648, (2016), 29-34 (10.1016/j.susc.2015.10.061)

A.J. Gellman*, L.D. Baker, B.S. Holsclaw, “Xe Adsorption Site Distributions on Pt(111), Pt(221) and Pt(531)” Surface Science 646, (2016), 83-89 (10.1016/j.susc.2015.10.062)

J.P. Freedman, X. Yu, R.F. Davis, A.J. Gellman, J.A. Malen, “Thermal interface conductance across metal alloy-dielectric interfaces” Physical Review - B 93, (2016), 035309 (10.1103/PhysRevB.93.035309)

A. Pronschinske, P. Pedevilla, B. Coughlin, C.J. Murphy, F.R. Lucci, M.A. Payne, A.J. Gellman, A. Michaelides, E.C.H. Sykes, “An Atomic-scale Picture of the Composition, Decay and Oxidation of 2D Radioactive Films” ACS Nano 10, (2016), 2152−2158  (10.1021/acsnano.5b06640)

A.J. Gellman, R.M. Rioux, P.C. Stair, “Editorial: Special issue dedicated to Gabor Somorjai’s 80th birthday” Surface Science 648, (2016), 1 (10.1016/j.susc.2016.02.004)

M.A. Payne, J.B. Miller, A.J. Gellman, “High-throughput characterization of the effects of H2O vapour on early oxidation across AlxFeyNi1-x-y composition space” Corrosion Science 106, (2016), 61–81 (10.1016/j.corsci.2016.01.026)

A.D. Reinicker, A.J. Therrien, T.J. Lawton, R. Ali, E.C.H. Sykes and A. J. Gellman, “Influence of step faceting on the enantiospecific decomposition of aspartic acid on chiral Cu surfaces vicinal to Cu{111}” Chemical Communications 52, (2016), 11263 – 11266  (10.1039/c6cc05957k)

J.R. Kitchin, A.J. Gellman, “Perspective: High-throughput methods in chemical engineering” AIChE Journal 62(11), (2016), 3826-3835 (10.1002/aic.15294)

M.A. Payne, J.B. Miller, M.E. Oliveros, G. Perez, C.P. Gouvea, B.S. Archanjo, C.A. Achete, A.J. Gellman, “Assessment of a High-Throughput Methodology for the Study of Alloy Oxidation using AlxFeyNi1-x-y Composition Gradient Thin Films” ACS Combinatorial Chemistry 18(7), (2016), 425-436, (10.1021/acscombsci.6b00030)

M.A. Payne, J.B. Miller, A.J. Gellman, “High-throughput screening across quaternary alloy composition space: Oxidation of (AlxFeyNi1­x­y)~0.8Cr~0.2ACS Combinatorial Chemistry 18(9), (2016), 559-568 (10.1021/acscombsci.6b00047)

A.J. Gellman, Y. Huang, A. Koritnik, J.D. Horvath, “Structure-sensitive enantiospecific adsorption on naturally chiral Cu(hkl)R&S  surfaces” Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 29(3), (2017), 034001 (10.1088/0953-8984/29/3/034001)

B.S. Mhatre, S. Dutta, A. Reinicker, B. Karagoz, A.J. Gellman, “Explosive enantiospecific decomposition of aspartic acid on Cu surfaces” Chemical Communications  52, (2016), 14125 - 14128 (10.1039/c6cc06887a)

Y. Yun, A.J. Gellman, “Competing Forces in Chiral Surface Chemistry: Enantiospecificity versus Enantiomer Aggregation” Journal of Physical Chemistry C 120(48), (2016), 27285–27295 (10.1021/acs.jpcc.6b07758)

A.J. Therrien, T.J. Lawton, B. Mernoff, F.R. Lucci, V.V. Pushkarev, A.J. Gellman and E.C.H. Sykes, “Chiral nanoscale pores created during the surface explosion of tartaric acid on Cu(111)” Chemical Communications 52, (2016), 14282-14285 (10.1039/C6CC05820E)


Selected Publications

C.F. McFadden, P.S. Cremer, A.J. Gellman, "The Adsorption of Chiral Alcohols on "Chiral" Metal Surfaces" Langmuir, 12(10), (1996), 2483-2487 (10.1021/la950348l)

K. Matyjaszewski, P.J. Miller, N. Shukla, B. Immaraporn, A.J. Gellman, B.B. Luokala, T.M. Siclovan, G. Kickelbick, T. Vallant, H. Hoffmann, T. Pakula,  “Polymers at Interfaces: Using Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization in the Controlled Growth of Homopolymers and Block Copolymers from Silicon Surfaces in the Absence of Untethered Sacrificial Initiator”, Macromolecules 32(26), (1999), 8716 (10.1021/ma991146p)

K.R. Paserba, A.J. Gellman, “Kinetics and Energetics of Oligomer Desorption from Surfaces” Phys. Rev. Lett. 86(19), (2001), 4338-4341 (10.1103/PhysRevLett.86.4338)

K.R. Paserba, A.J. Gellman, “Effects of Conformational Isomerism on the Desorption Kinetics of n-Alkanes from Graphite” J. Chem. Phys. 115(14), (2001), 6737-6751 (10.1063/1.1398574)

J. Horvath, P. Kamakoti, A. Koritnik, D.S. Sholl, A.J. Gellman “Enantioselective Separation on a Naturally Chiral Surface” J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 126(45), (2004), 14988-14994 (10.1021/ja45537h)

A.E. Baber, A.J. Gellman, D.S. Sholl, E.C.H. Sykes “The Real Structure of Naturally Chiral Cu{643}” J. Phys. Chem. C  112(30), (2008), 11086-11089 (10.1021/jp803601b)

D. Priyadarshini, P. Kondratyuk, Y.N. Picard, B.D. Morreale, A.J. Gellman, J.B. Miller, “High-Throughput Characterization of Surface Segregation in CuxPd1-x Alloys” Journal of Physical Chemistry C 115, (2011), 10155-10163 (10.1021/jp201793d)

B.S. Mahtre, V.V. Pushkarev, B. Holsclaw, T.J. Lawton, E.C.H. Sykes, A.J. Gellman, “A Window on Surface Explosions: Tartaric Acid on Cu(110)” Journal of Physical Chemistry C 117, (2013), 7577−7588 (10.1021/jp3119378)

A.J. Gellman, Y. Huang, X. Feng, V.V. Pushkarev, B. Holsclaw, B. Mhatre, “Super-enantioselective chiral surface explosions” Journal of the American Chemical Society 135(51), (2013), 19208-19214    (10.1021/ja408659v)

M.A. Payne, J.B. Miller, A.J. Gellman, “High-throughput characterization of AlxFeyNi1-x-y oxidation across composition space” Corrosion Science 91, (2015), 46-57 (10.1016/j.corsci.2014.10.034)

G. Gumuslu, P. Kondratyuk, J.R. Boes, B. Morreale, J.B. Miller, J.R. Kitchin, A.J. Gellman, “Correlation of electronic structure and H2-D2 exchange activity across CuxPd1-x composition space” ACS Catalysis 5, (2015), 3137−3147  (10.1021/cs501586t)

Y. Yun, A.J. Gellman, “Enantioselective separation of DL-aspartic acid on naturally chiral Cu(3,1,17)R&S surfaces” Angewandte Chemie International Edition 52, (2013), 3394-3397 (10.1002/anie.201209025)

Y. Yun, A.J. Gellman, “Auto-amplification of enantiomeric excess on an achiral surface” Nature Chemistry 7, (2015), 520 – 525 (10.1038/NCHEM.2250)

Full Publications

  1. Contributions to : A Companion to the Life Sciences, van Nostrand Reinhold, New York, 1979, ed. S.B. Day
  2. A.J. Gellman, M.H. Farias, M. Salmeron, G.A. Somorjai, "A Thermal Desorption Study of Thiophene Adsorption on the Clean and Sulfided Mo(100) Crystal Surface", Surf. Sci. 136, 217-228 (1984) (10.1016/0039-6028(84)90666-6)
  3. M.H. Farias, A.J. Gellman, G.A. Somorjai, R.R. Chianelli, K.S. Liang, "The Coadsorption and Reactions of Sulfur, Hydrogen, and Oxygen on the Clean and Sulfided Mo(100) and MoS2(0001) Crystal Faces", Surf. Sci. 140, 181-196 (1984) (10.1016/0039-6028(84)90390-X)
  4. A.J. Gellman, M.H. Farias, G.A. Somorjai, "The Catalytic Hydrodesulfurization of Thiophene on the Mo(100) Crystal Face", J. Catal. 88, 546-548 (1984) (10.1016/0021-9517(84)90039-3)
  5. R.C. Yeates, J.E. Turner, A.J. Gellman, G.A. Somorjai, "The Oscillatory Behavior of the CO Oxidation Reaction at Atmospheric Pressure on Pt Single Crystals: Surface Analysis and Pressure Dependent Mechanisms", Surf. Sci. 149, 175-190 (1985) (10.1016/S0039-6028(85)80021-2)
  6. C.S. Zhang, A.J. Gellman, M.H. Farias, G.A. Somorjai, "The Adsorbate Induced Facetting of the Mo(111) Crystal Face", Mater. Res. Bull. 20, 1129-1135 (1985) (10.1016/0025-5408(85)90086-8)
  7. M.A. Logan, A.J. Gellman, G.A. Somorjai, "The Hydrogenation of Carbon Monoxide on Mo Foils and Single Crystal Surfaces", J. Catal. 94, 60-68 (1985) (10.1016/0021-9517(85)90082-X)
  8. A.J. Gellman, M. Asscher, G.A. Somorjai, "Studies of the Kinetics and Mechanisms of Ammonia Synthesis and Hydrodesulfurization on Metal Single Crystal Surfaces", Catalyst Characterization Science, p. 154-164, ACS Symposium Series 288, ed. M.L. Deviney and J.L. Gland (1985)
  9. C.S. Zhang, A.J. Gellman, G.J. Wang, G.A. Somorjai, "The Influence of Steps in the Oxidation of Molybdenum Single Crystal Surfaces", Surf. Sci. 164, L835 (1985) (10.1016/0039-6028(85)90748-4)
  10. A.J. Gellman, "Surface Science and High Pressures Catalytic Studies of the Hydrodesulfurization of Thiophene over Mo Single Crystal Surfaces", Ph.D. Thesis, University of California, Berkeley, CA (1985)
  11. F. Zaera, A.J. Gellman, G.A. Somorjai, "Surface Science Studies of Catalysis: Classification of Reactions", Acc. Chem. Res. 19, 24-31 (1986) (10.1021/ar00121a004)
  12. A.J. Gellman, D. Neiman, G.A. Somorjai, "Catalytic Hydrodesulfurization over the Mo(100) Single Crystal Surface I: Kinetics and Overall Mechanism", J. Catal. 106, 92-102 (1987) (10.1016/0021-9517(87)90275-2)
  13. A.J. Gellman, M.E. Bussell, G.A. Somorjai, "Catalytic Hydrodesulfurization over the Mo(100) Single Crystal Surface II: The Role of Adsorbed Sulfur and Mechanism of the Desulfurization Step", J. Catal. 106, 103-113 (1987) (10.1016/0021-9517(87)90276-4)
  14. A.J. Gellman, W.T. Tysoe, F. Zaera, G.A. Somorjai, "A UPS and XPS investigation of the adsorption of sulfur on Mo(100): Adsorption site and lateral interactions", Surf. Sci. 191, 271-287 (1987) (10.1016/S0039-6028(87)81062-2)
  15. J.P.S. Badyal, A.J. Gellman, R.M. Lambert, "The Origin of Certain Features in the Auger Spectrum of Ru(0001): Impurities, Auger Transitions or Diffraction Effects", Surf. Sci. 188, 557-562 (1987) (10.1016/S0039-6028(87)80204-2)
  16. M.E. Bussell, A.J. Gellman, G.A. Somorjai, "Thiophene Hydrodesulfurization over Transition Metal Surfaces – Structure Insensitive over Molybdenum and Structure Sensitive over Rhenium", J. Catal. 110, 423-426 (1988) (10.1016/0021-9517(88)90336-3)
  17. J.P.S. Badyal, A.J. Gellman, R.M. Lambert, "Model Studies of the SMSI Phenomenon I: CO and Hydrogen Chemistry at the Ru/Ti Interface", J. Catal. 111, 383-396 (1988) (10.1016/0021-9517(88)90097-8)
  18. P.Y. Timbrell, A.J. Gellman, R.M. Lambert, R.F. Willis, "Negative Ion Resonance Selective Mode Enhancement in the HREEL Spectrum of C2H2 on Pd(111)", Surf. Sci. 206, 339-347 (1988) (10.1016/0039-6028(88)90137-9)
  19. D. Jaffey, A.J. Gellman, R.M. Lambert, "Overlayer and Intermetallic Compound Surface Phases in the Sm/Cu(111) System", Surf. Sci. 214, 407-435 (1989) (10.1016/0039-6028(89)90179-9)
  20. J.P.S. Badyal, A.J. Gellman, R.W. Judd, R.M. Lambert, "Single Crystal Modelling of the SMSI Phenomenon: Structure, Composition, Electronic Effects and CO Chemisorption at the Ru(0001)/TiOx Interface", Catal. Lett. 1, 41-50 (1988)
  21. D.G. Kelly, A.J. Gellman, M. Salmeron, G.A. Somorjai, V. Maurice, M. Huber, J. Oudar, "The Adsorption and Coadsorption of Sulfur and Carbon Monoxide on Rhenium Single Crystal Surfaces", Surf. Sci. 204, 1-25 (1988) (10.1016/0039-6028(88)90264-6)
  22. M.E. Bussell, A.J. Gellman, G.A. Somorjai, "The Role of Adsorbate Overlayers in Thiophene Hydrodesulfurization over Molybdenum and Rhenium Single Crystals", Catal. Lett. 1, 195-202 (1988)
  23. C.H. Patterson, J.H. Mundenar, P.Y. Timbrell, A.J. Gellman, R.M. Lambert, "Molecular Pathways in the Cyclotrimerization of Acetylene: Vibrational Spectra of the C4H4 Intermediate and its Thermal Decomposition Products", Surf. Sci. 208, 93-112 (1989) (10.1016/0039-6028(89)90038-1)
  24. T.M. Gentle, C.T. Tsai, K.P. Walley, A.J. Gellman, "Surface Synthesis of Thiophene", Catal. Lett. 2 19-26 (1989) (10.1007/BF00765326)
  25. A.J. Gellman, B.M. Naasz, R.G. Schmidt, M.R. Chaudury, T.M. Gentle, "Secondary Neutral Mass Spectrometry Studies of Metal (semi-metal) / Polymer Interfaces", J. Adh. Sci. Tech. 4(7), (1990) 597-601 (10.1163/156856190X00531)
  26. A.J. Gellman, R. Hamers, J. Lyding, G. McClelland, M. Salmeron, B. Schardt, " Specifications for a General Purpose Scanning Tunneling Microscope - NSF Workshop Report", submitted to the NSF
  27. K.P. Walley, A.J. Gellman, "Mechanical Properties of Metallic Interfaces", in Interfaces Between Polymers, Metals and Ceramics", eds. B.M. DeKoven, A.J. Gellman, R. Rosenberg, MRS Proc. 153, (1989), 345-350
  28. B.M. Dekoven, A.J. Gellman, R. Rosenberg,(eds.) Interfaces Between Polymers, Metals, and Ceramics, MRS Proc. 153, (1989)
  29. J.P.S. Badyal, A.J. Gellman, R.W. Judd, R.M. Lambert, "Model Studies of the SMSI Phenomenon at the TiOx/Ru(0001) Interface", Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal., 48 (1989) 19-30
  30. A.J. Gellman, "Surface Induced Heterocycle Formation - Sulfur Atom Abstraction During Cyclization", J. Am. Chem. Soc., 113 (1991) 4435-4440 (10.1021/ja00012a010)
  31. Q. Dai, A.J. Gellman, "Spectral Transformation of EXELFS Data - NiO on Ni(100) and Ni(110)", Surf. Sci. 235, (1990), 217-222 (10.1016/0039-6028(90)90796-B)
  32. Q. Dai, A.J. Gellman, "A Structural Examination of Nitrogen on Cu(100) and Cu(110) Surfaces", Surf. Sci. 248, (1991), 86-92 (10.1016/0039-6028(91)90063-X)
  33. A.J. Gellman, "Heterocyclization Reaction Sites on the Sulfided Pd(111) Surface", Langmuir 7, (1991), 827-830 (10.1021/la00053a003)
  34. Q. Dai, A.J. Gellman, "Spectral Transformation of EXELFS Data and A Structural Examination of Nitrogen on the Cu(100) and Cu(110) Surfaces", Advances in Surface and Thin Film Diffraction, MRS Proc. 208 (1991), 69-74
  35. A.J. Gellman, "Heterocyclization of Acetylene to Thiophene at Defects on the Sulfided Pd(111) Surface", Defects in Materials eds. P.D. Bristowe, J.E. Epperson, J.E. Griffith, Z. Liliental-Weber, MRS Proc. 209, (1991), 323-328
  36. R. Zhang, A.J. Gellman, "Straight-Chain Alcohol Adsorption on the Ag(110) Surface", J. Phys. Chem. 95, (1991) 7433-7437 (10.1021/j100172a059)
  37. Q. Dai, A.J. Gellman, "HREELS Study of C1-C5 Straight-Chain Alcohols and Alkoxides on the Ag(110) Surface" Surf. Sci. 257, (1991) 103-112 (10.1016/0039-6028(91)90784-P)
  38. A.J. Gellman, "Heterocyclization Sites on the Sulfided Pd(111) Surface", J. Phys. Chem. 96, (1992), 790 (10.1021/j100181a049)
  39. A.J. Gellman, "Lubrication by Molecular Monolayers at Ni-Ni Interfaces", J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A10(1), (1992), 180-187 (10.1116/1.578133)
  40. Q. Dai, A.J. Gellman, "Fluorinated Alcohols on Clean and Pre-oxidized Ag(110) Surfaces: HREELS and TDS Studies" J. Phys. Chem. 95, (1991), 9443-9448 (10.1021/j100176a076)
  41. B. Parker, R. Zhang, Q. Dai, A.J. Gellman, "The Influence of Fluorination on Boundary Layer Surface Chemistry", Surface Science Investigations in Tribology: Experimental Approaches ed. Y. Chung, A.M. Homola, G.B. Street, ACS Symp. Series 485, (1992), p. 181-194
  42. A.J. Gellman, J. Dunphy, M. Salmeron, "Imaging of Acetylene Heterocyclization Sites on the Sulfided Pd(111) Surface" Langmuir 8(2), (1992), 534-538 (10.1021/la00038a037)
  43. J.G. Forbes, A.J. Gellman, J. Dunphy, M. Salmeron, "STM Imaging of Sulfur Overlayer Structures on the Pd(111) Surface"  Surf. Sci. 279, (1992), 68-78 (10.1016/0039-6028(92)90742-O)
  44. A.J. Gellman, Q. Dai "The Mechanism of b-Hydride Elimination in Adsorbed Alkoxides", J. Am. Chem. Soc. 115, (1993), 714-722 (10.1021/ja00055a048)
  45. T.E. Gentle, R.G. Schmidt, B.M. Naasz, A.J. Gellman, T.M. Gentle, "Organofunctional Silanes as Adhesion Promoters: Direct Characterization of the Polymer/Silane Interphase", J. Adhes. Sci. Technol. 6, (1992), 307-316 (10.1163/156856192X00359)
  46. T.E. Gentle, R.G. Schmidt, T.M. Gentle, A.J. Gellman, B.M. Naasz, "Probing Chemically Modified Metal/Polymer Interphases Using Sputtered Neutral Mass Spectrometry", Chem. Mod. Surf. Proc. 4th Symp., (1992), 73-88
  47. R. Zhang, A.J. Gellman, "In-situ Observation of Methoxide Hydrogenation on the Ni(111) Surface" Catal. Lett. 17, (1993), 47-53 (10.1007/BF00763926)
  48. R. Zhang, A.J. Gellman, "In-situ Observation of Hydrogen-Induced Displacement of CO from the Ni(111) Surface" Langmuir 9, (1993), 449-454 (10.1021/la00026a015)
  49. Q. Dai, A.J. Gellman, "Fluorine Substituent Effects in Alkoxide Chemistry and Orientation on the Cu(100) Surface" J. Phys. Chem. 97, (1993), 10783-10789 (10.1021/j100143a043)
  50. B. Parker, A.J. Gellman, "Orientation and Chemistry of Alkyl Thiolates on the Ni(100) Surface" Surf. Sci. 292, (1993), 223-234 (10.1016/0039-6028(93)90328-H)
  51. J.G. Forbes, A.J. Gellman, "The b-hydride Elimination Mechanism in Adsorbed Alkyl Groups" J. Am. Chem. Soc. 115, (1993), 6277-6283 (10.1021/ja00067a048)
  52. A. Paul, A.J. Gellman, "Fluorine Substitution Effects on the Alkyl Coupling on the Ag(111) Surface" J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 117, (1995), 9056-9066 (10.1021/ja00140a023)
  53. J.M. Meyers, A.J. Gellman, "The Investigation of Fluorinated Propenes on the Cu(111) Surface" Surf. Sci. 339, (1995), 57-67 (10.1016/0039-6028(95)00645-1)
  54. A. Paul, A.J. Gellman, "b-fluoride Elimination Reactions of Fluorinated Alkyl Groups on the Ag(111) Surface" Langmuir 11, (1995), 4433-4439 (10.1021/la00011a041)
  55. C.F. McFadden, A.J. Gellman, "Ultra-high Vacuum Boundary Lubrication of the Cu-Cu Interface by 2,2,2-Trifluoroethanol" Langmuir 11, (1995), 273-280 (10.1021/la00001a046)
  56. J.M. Meyers, A.J. Gellman, "The Effect of Substituents on the Phenyl Coupling Reaction on Cu(111)" Surf. Sci. 337, (1995), 40-50 (10.1016/0039-6028(95)00528-5)
  57. C.F. McFadden, A.J. Gellman, R.M. Desrosiers, D.W. Greve, "Decomposition of Ammonia and Diborane on Ni(100) Surfaces", Proceeding of the Fourth International Symposium on Diamond Materials, eds. K.V. Ravi, J.P. Dismukes, pp. 330-335, The Electrochemical Society, Pennington, NJ, (1995)
  58. C.F. McFadden, A.J. Gellman, "Effect of Surface Contamination on the UHV Tribological Behavior of the Cu(111)/Cu(111) Interface" Trib. Lett. 1, (1995), 201-210
  59. C.F. McFadden, P.S. Cremer, A.J. Gellman, "The Adsorption of Chiral Alcohols on "Chiral" Metal Surfaces" Langmuir, 12(10), (1996), 2483-2487 (10.1021/la950348l)
  60. S.C. Street, A.J. Gellman, "FT-IRAS of Adsorbed Alkoxides: Ethoxides on Cu(111)" Coll. and Surf. A 105, (1995), 27-34 (10.1016/0927-7757(95)03329-2)
  61. S.C. Street, A.J. Gellman, "FT-IRAS of Adsorbed Alkoxides: Fluorinated Ethoxides on Cu(111)"  J. Phys. Chem. 100(20), (1996), 8338-8348 (10.1021/jp952103n)
  62. J.M. Meyers, S.C. Street, S. Thompson, A.J. Gellman, "The Effect of Fluorine on the Bonding and Orientation of Perfluoroalkylethers on the Cu(111) Surface" Langmuir 12(6), (1996), 1511-1519 (10.1021/la950451a)
  63. J.M. Meyers, A.J. Gellman, "The Effect of Fluorination on the Surface Chemistry of Alkylethers on Cu(111)" Trib. Lett. 2, (1996), 47-54
  64. S.C. Street, A.J. Gellman, "Quantitative Adsorbate Orientation from Vibrational Spectra: Ethoxides on Cu(111)",  J. Chem. Phys. 105, (1996), 7158 (10.1063/1.472518)
  65. J.M. Meyers, A.J. Gellman, "The Effect of Fluorination on the Bonding of Alkyl Ethers to the Al(110) Surface", Surf. Sci. 372, (1997), 171-178 (10.1016/S0039-6028(96)01116-8)
  66. K. Yong, A.J. Gellman, P.J. Sides, "The Structure and Composition of CdTe(100) and Vicinal Surfaces" Surf. Sci. 374, (1997), 65-72 (10.1016/S0039-6028(96)01195-8)
  67. S.C. Street, A.J. Gellman, "Orientation of Physisorbed Propenes on Cu(111)", J. Phys. Chem. 101(8), (1997), 1389-1395 (10.1021/jp962598w)
  68. L. Cornaglia, A.J. Gellman, S. Howe, S. Nadimpalli, "Fluoroether Bonding to Carbon Overcoats", ASME/STLE Proc. Symposium on “Tribology of Contact / Near Contact Recording for Ultra-High Density Magnetic Storage” eds. S. Bhatia, A.K. Menon, (1996) p. 38-44
  69. S.C. Street, A.J. Gellman, "FT-IRAS of Adsorbed Alkoxides: 1-Propoxide on Cu(111)", Surface Science 372, (1997), 223-238 (10.1016/S0039-6028(96)01000-X)
  70. R.M. Desrosiers, D.W. Greve, A.J. Gellman, "Nucleation of Boron Nitride on Ni(100)", Mat. Sci. Eng. B46, (1997), 84-88 (10.1016/S0921-5107(96)01937-X)
  71. K. Yong, J.J. Reinoso, A.J. Gellman, P.J. Sides, "The Reactivity of Dimethylcadmium on GaAs(100) and CdTe(100)", J. Cryst. Growth 174, (1997), 708-712 (10.1016/S0022-0248(97)00058-4)
  72. R.M. Desrosiers, D.W. Greve, A.J. Gellman, "Nucleation of Boron Nitride Thin Films on Ni(100)", Surface Science 382, (1997), 35-48 (10.1016/S0039-6028(97)00092-7)
  73. R.M. Desrosiers, D.W. Greve, A.J. Gellman, "Decomposition of B2H6 on Ni(100)" J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A15(4), (1997) 2181-2189 (10.1116/1.580531)
  74. L. Cornaglia, A.J. Gellman, “Fluoroether Bonding to Carbon Overcoats”, J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A15(5), (1997) 2755-2765 (10.1116/1.580819)
  75. K. Yong, P.J. Sides, A.J. Gellman, “The Morphology of CdTe Deposited by Organometallic Vapor Phase Epitaxy: the Effect of Substrate Misorientation” J. Electronic Materials 26(10), (1997), 1261-1264 (10.1007/s11664-997-0030-y)
  76. C.F. McFadden, A.J. Gellman, "Metallic Friction: The Influence of Atomic Adsorbates at Submonolayer Coverages " Surface Science 391, (1997), 287-299 (10.1016/S0039-6028(97)00498-6)
  77. J.M. Meyers, R.M. Desrosiers, L. Cornaglia, A.J. Gellman, "Dissociation of Perfluorinated Ethers on Al2O3 Thin Films" Tribology Letters 4(1), (1998), 67-73 (10.1023/A:1019178432395)
  78. C.F. McFadden, A.J. Gellman, “Recent Progress in Ultrahigh Vacuum Tribometry”, Tribology Letters 4, (1998), 155-161 (10.1023/A:1019142919192)
  79. M.T. Buelow, A.J. Gellman, “Correlations Between Substituent Effects for Surface Reactions and Catalytic Reactions”, J. Mol. Catal. A: Chemical 131, (1998), 55-70 (10.1016/S1381-1169(97)00256-2)
  80. A.J. Gellman, “Lubricants and Overcoats for Magnetic Storage Media” Current Opinion in Colloid and Interface Science 3(4), (1998), 368-372
  81. C.F. McFadden, A.J. Gellman, “Metallic Friction: The Effect of Molecular Adsorbates ", Surf. Sci 409, (1998), 171-182 (10.1016/S0039-6028(98)00178-2)
  82. L. Cornaglia, A.J. Gellman, “The Interaction of Fluoroethers with Amorphous Hydrogenated Carbon Films”, Adv. Info. Stor. Sys. 8, (1998), 57-76
  83. C. Chan, A.J. Gellman, “Carbon-Chlorine Bond Cleavage in Chlorofluoroethanes on Pd(111)”, Catal. Lett. 53(3,4), (1998), 139-143 (10.1023/A:1019018225182)
  84. K. Yong, H. Martinez, A.J. Gellman, P.J. Sides, “Homoepitaxial Growth of CdTe on Vicinal CdTe(100) Surfaces: Reaction Kinetics and Mechanism”, J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A 17(1), (1999), 1-8 (10.1116/1.581545)
  85. K. Paserba, N. Shukla, A.J. Gellman, J. Gui, B. Marchon, “Bonding of Ethers and Alcohols to a-CNx Films” Langmuir 15(5), (1999), 1709-1715 (10.1021/la981145a)
  86. J.S. Ko, A.J. Gellman, C. Jenks, T. Lograsso,  P.A. Thiel, “Friction Between Single Grain Al70Pd21Mn9 Quasicrystal Surfaces” Surf. Sci. 423, (1999), 243-255 (10.1016/S0039-6028(98)00911-X)
  87. G. Zhou, C. Chan, A.J. Gellman, “Dechlorination of Fluorinated 1,1-dichloroethanes on Pd(111)” J. Phys. Chem. B 103, (1999), 1134-1143 (10.1021/jp983809v)
  88. M.T. Buelow, B. Immaraporn, G. Zhou, A.J. Gellman, “The Transition State for Metal Catalyzed Dehalogenation” Catal. Lett. 59, (1999), 9-13 (10.1023/A:1019052017256)
  89. D. Ren, A.J. Gellman, “Initial Steps in the Surface Chemistry of Vapor Phase Lubrication by Organophosphorus Compounds” Trib. Lett. 6(3,4), (1999), 191-194 (10.1023/A:1019184312290)
  90. A.J. Gellman, “Frictional Properties of Single Crystalline and Quasicrystalline Surfaces”, MRS Proc. Symposium on “Tribology on the 300th Anniversary of Amonton’s Law”  eds. M.D. Drory, M.O. Robbins, (1999), 83-85
  91. A.J. Gellman, "Transition States for Surface-Catalyzed Chemistry " Acc. Chem. Res. 33, (2000), 19-26 (10.1021/ar970118t)
  92. A.J. Gellman, M.T. Buelow, S.C. Street, T.H. Morton, “Transition State for b-Elimination of Hydrogen from Alkoxy Groups on Metal Surfaces”  J. Phys. Chem. A 104(11), (2000), 2476-2485 (10.1021/jp993474x)
  93. M.T. Buelow, A.J. Gellman, “Inductive Substituent Effects: Metal Surfaces versus the Gas Phase” J. Phys. Chem. B 104 (14), (2000), 3280-3285 (10.1021/jp992661s)
  94. K. Matyjaszewski, P.J. Miller, N. Shukla, B. Immaraporn, A.J. Gellman, B.B. Luokala, T.M. Siclovan, G. Kickelbick, T. Vallant, H. Hoffmann, T. Pakula,  “Polymers at Interfaces: Using Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization in the Controlled Growth of Homopolymers and Block Copolymers from Silicon Surfaces in the Absence of Untethered Sacrificial Initiator”, Macromolecules 32(26), (1999), 8716 (10.1021/ma991146p)
  95. N. Shukla, A.J. Gellman, J. Gui, “The Interaction of CF3CH2OH and (CF3CF2)2O with Amorphous Carbon Films” Langmuir 16(16), (2000), 6562-6568 (10.1021/la0004496)
  96. R.Z. Lei, A.J. Gellman, “Humidity Effects on PFPE Lubricant Bonding to a:CHx Overcoats” Langmuir  16(16), (2000), 6628-6635 (10.1021/la9915973)
  97. D. Ren, A.J. Gellman, “The Carbon Deposition Mechanism in Vapor Phase Lubrication” Trib. Trans. 43(3), (2000), 480-488 (10.1080/10402000008982367)
  98. G. Zhou, A.J. Gellman, “Carbon-Chlorine Bond Dissociation on the Pd(111) Surface” J. Catal. 194, (2000), 233-239 (10.1006/jcat.2000.2948)
  99. J.S. Ko, A.J. Gellman, “Frictional Anisotropy at Ni(100)/Ni(100) Interfaces” Langmuir 16(22), (2000), 8343-8351 (10.1021/la000161g)
  100. N. Shukla, A.J. Gellman, “Interaction of Alcohols with a-CHx Films” J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A 18(5), (2000), 2319-2326 (10.1116/1.1287149)
  101. A.J. Gellman, J.D. Horvath, M.T. Buelow, “Chiral Single Crystal Surface Chemistry” J. Mol. Cat. A 167, (2001), 3-11 (10.1016/S1381-1169(00)00484-2)
  102. D. Ren, G. Zhou, A.J. Gellman, “The Decomposition Mechanism of Trimethylphosphite on Ni(111)” Surf. Sci. 475(1-3), (2001), 61-72 (10.1016/S0039-6028(00)01069-4)
  103. K. Yong, P. J. Sides, A. J. Gellman, “Morphological instability of CdTe deposited by organometallic vapor phase epitaxy” Proc. - Electrochem. Soc. 98(23), (1999), 376-382
  104. K.R. Paserba, A.J. Gellman, “Kinetics and Energetics of Oligomer Desorption from Surfaces” Phys. Rev. Lett. 86(19), (2001), 4338-4341 (10.1103/PhysRevLett.86.4338)
  105. D. Ren, A.J. Gellman, “Reaction Mechanisms in Organophosphate Vapor Phase Lubrication of Metal Surfaces” Trib. Inter. 34, (2001), 353-365 (10.1016/S0301-679X(01)00025-1)
  106. A.J. Gellman, “The Transition State in Catalytic Surface Chemistry” Current Opinion in Solid State and Materials Science 5, (2001), 85-90 (10.1016/S1359-0286(00)00028-0)
  107. A.J. Gellman, J.S. Ko, “The Current Status of Tribological Surface Science” Trib. Lett. 10(1-2), (2001), 39-44  (10.1023/A:1009070127753)
  108. D. Ren, D. Sung, A.J. Gellman, “Activation of the SiC Surface for Vapor Phase Lubrication by Fe Chemical Vapor Deposition from Fe(CO)5Trib. Lett. 10(3), (2001), 179-185 (10.1023/A:1009062407977)
  109. J.S. Ko, A.J. Gellman, “Molecular Layering Effects on Friction at Ni(100)/Ni(100) Interfaces” J. Phys. Chem. B 105, (2001), 5186-5195 (10.1021/jp003239a)
  110. N. Shukla, A.J. Gellman, J. Gui, “Adsorption of Fluorinated Ethers and Alcohols on Graphite” Langmuir 17(8), (2001), 2395-2401 (10.1021/la001397n)
  111. M.T. Buelow, A.J. Gellman, “The Transition State for Metal Catalyzed Dehalogenation: C-I Bond Cleavage on Ag(111)”  J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 123(7), (2001), 1440-1448 (10.1021/ja002819i)
  112. C. Mancinelli, J.S. Ko, C.J. Jenks, P.A. Thiel, A.R. Ross, T.A. Lograsso, A.J. Gellman, “Comparative Study of the Tribological and Oxidative Properties of AlPdMn Quasicrystals and Their Cubic Approximants” in Quasicrystals - Preparation, Properties and Applications eds. E. Belin-Ferré, P.A. Thiel, A-P. Tsai, K. Urban MRS Proc. 643, (2001), p. K8.2.1-K8.2.10
  113. J.D. Horvath, A.J. Gellman, “Enantiospecific Desorption of R- and S-Propylene Oxide from a Chiral Cu(643) Surface” J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 123(32), (2001), 7953-7954 (10.1021/ja015890c)
  114. R. Lei, A.J. Gellman, P. Jones, “Thermal Stability of Fomblin Z and Fomblin Zdol Thin Films on Amorphous Hydrogenated Carbon” Trib. Lett. 11(1), (2001), 1-5 (10.1023/A:1016670303657)
  115. R.Z. Lei, K.R. Paserba, A.J. Gellman, N. Shukla, L.M. Cornaglia, “PFPE Lubricant Bonding to Carbon Overcoats” Proceedings of the ASME/STLE Symposium on Nanotribology and Nanotechnology for 1 Tbit/in2 eds. A.A. Polycarpou, C.S. Bhatia, (2001), 45-53
  116. K.R. Paserba, A.J. Gellman, “Effects of Conformational Isomerism on the Desorption Kinetics of n-Alkanes from Graphite” J. Chem. Phys. 115(14), (2001), 6737-6751 (10.1063/1.1398574)
  117. M.T. Buelow, B. Immaraporn, A.J. Gellman, “The Transition State for Metal Catalyzed Dehalogenation: C-I Bond Cleavage on Pd(111)”  J. Catal. 203, (2001), 41-50 (10.1006/jcat.2001.3310)
  118. A.J. Gellman, “Tribology”, Ch. C2.9 in Encyclopedia of Chemical Physics and Physical Chemistry, eds. N.D. Spencer, J.H. Moore, Institute of Physics Publ., (2001)
  119. B. Parker, B. Immaraporn, A.J. Gellman, “Carboxylic Acid Deprotonation on the Ag(110) and Ag(111) Surfaces” Langmuir 17(21),  (2001), 6638-6646 (10.1021/la011103d)
  120. R.Z. Lei, A.J. Gellman “Alkane Contamination Effects on PFPE Lubricant Bonding to a-CHx Overcoats” Langmuir 17(20), (2001), 6240-6247 (10.1021/la010413t)
  121. K.R. Paserba, A.J. Gellman “Desorption Kinetics and Energetics of Monodisperse Fomblin Zdol from Carbon Surfaces” J. Phys. Chem. B 105, (2001), 12105-12110 (10.1021/jp012811a)
  122. A. J. Gellman, K.R. Paserba, N. Vaidyanathan “Desorption Kinetics of Polyether Lubricants from Surfaces” Trib. Lett. 12(2), (2002), 111-115 (10.1023/A:1014089701527)
  123. N. Shukla, A.J. Gellman, X. Ma, J. Gui “Effect of Humidity on Lubricated Carbon Overcoats” Trib. Lett. 12(2), (2002), 105-109 (10.1023/A:1014085517456)
  124. J.D. Horvath, A.J. Gellman “Enantiospecific Desorption of Chiral Compounds from Chiral Cu(643) and Achiral Cu(111) Surfaces” J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 124(10), (2002), 2384-2392 (10.1021/ja012182i)
  125. J.D. Horvath, A.J. Gellman, D.S. Sholl, T.D. Power  “Enantiospecific Properties of Chiral Single-Crystal Surfaces” Ch. 19 in Chirality: Physical Chemistry,  ACS Symposium Series  110, (2002), p. 269-282
  126. D. Sung, A.J. Gellman “The Surface Chemistry of Alkyl- and Aryl-phosphate Vapor Phase Lubricants on Fe Foil” Trib. Int. 35(9), (2002), 579-590 (10.1016/S0301-679X(02)00045-2)
  127. D. Sung, A.J. Gellman “Thermal Decomposition of Tricresylphosphate Isomers on Fe” Trib. Lett. 13(1), (2002), 9-14 (10.1023/A:1016599502098)
  128. A.J. Gellman “The Influence of Catalytic Surfaces on the Barriers to Elementary Surface Reaction Steps” J. Phys. Chem. 106(41), (2002), 10509-10517 (10.1021/jp013105c)
  129. K.R. Paserba, N. Vaidyanathan, A.J. Gellman “Conformational Entropy Effects on the Desorption of Polyethers from Graphite” Langmuir 18(25), (2002), 9799-9809 (10.1021/la026049v)
  130. A.J. Gellman, N.D. Spencer “Surface Chemistry in Tribology” Proc. Inst. Mech. Engrs. part J: Engineering Tribology 216, (2002), 443-461 (10.1243/135065002762355352)
  131. A.J. Gellman, K.R. Paserba “Kinetics and Mechanism of Oligomer Desorption from Surfaces: n-Alkanes on Graphite” J. Phys. Chem.106, (2002), 13231-13241 (10.1021/jp021135p)
  132. N. Shukla, E. Svedberg, R. Veerdonk, X. Ma, J. Gui, A.J. Gellman “Water Adsorption on Lubricated a-CHx in Humid Environments” Trib. Lett. 15(1), (2003), 9-14 (10.1023/A:1023503904927)
  133. C. Mancinelli, C.J. Jenks, P.A. Thiel, A.J. Gellman “Tribological Properties of a B2-type AlPdMn Quasicrystal Approximant” J. Mater. Res. 18(6), (2003), 1447 – 1456 (10.1557/JMR.2003.0199)
  134. J.D. Horvath, A.J. Gellman “Naturally Chiral Surfaces” Topics in Catalysis 25(1-4), (2003), 9-15 (10.1023/B:TOCA.0000003094.07345.d1)
  135. D. Sung, A.J. Gellman “Ethyl Iodide Decomposition on Cu(111) and Cu(221)” Surf. Sci. 551, (2004), 59-68 (10.1016/j.susc.2003.12.035)
  136. R.Z. Lei, A.J. Gellman, B.E. Koel “Desorption Energies of Linear and Cyclic Alkanes on Surfaces: Anomalous Scaling with Length” Surf. Sci. 554(2-3), (2004), 125-140 (10.1016/j.susc.2003.12.058)
  137. B. Immaraporn, P. Ye, A.J. Gellman “Chlorofluorocarbon Dechlorination on Pd(111): Effect of Chlorine Stoichiometry” J. Catal. 223, (2004), 98-105 (10.1016/j.jcat.2004.01.013)
  138. B. Immaraporn, P. Ye, A.J. Gellman “The Transition State for Carboxylic Acid Deprotonation on Cu(100)” J. Phys. Chem. B.108, (2004), 3504-3511 (10.1021/jp036040h)
  139. C.M. Mancinelli, A.J. Gellman “Friction Anisotropy at Pd(100)/Pd(100) Interfaces”, Langmuir 20, (2004), 1680-1687 (10.1021/la034764e)
  140. X. Zhao, S.S. Perry, J.D. Horvath. A.J. Gellman “Adsorbate Induced Kink Formation in Straight Step Edges on Cu(533) and Cu(221)”, Surf. Sci. 563, (2004), 217-224 (10.1016/j.susc.2004.06.159)
  141. D. Rampulla, A.J. Gellman, “Enantioselectivity on Surfaces with Nanoscale Chiral Structures” in Dekker Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnologyeds. J.A. Schwarz, Cristian I. Contescu; Karol Putyera, Marcel Dekker Inc., (2004), 1113-1123
  142. P. Kamakoti, J. Horvath, A.J. Gellman, D.S. Sholl “Titration of Chiral Kink Sites on Cu(643) using Iodine Adsorption” Surf. Sci 563, (2004), 206-216 (10.1016/j.susc.2004.06.160)
  143. A.J. Gellman “Vapor Lubricant Transport in MEMS Devices” Tribology Lett. 17(3), (2004), 455-461 (10.1023/B:TRIL.0000044493.73585.e3)
  144. J. Horvath, P. Kamakoti, A. Koritnik, D.S. Sholl, A.J. Gellman “Enantioselective Separation on a Naturally Chiral Surface” J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 126(45), (2004), 14988-14994 (10.1021/ja45537h)
  145. D. Sung, D. Kim, A.J. Gellman “The Surface Chemistry of Vapor Phase Lubricants: Tricresylphosphate on Ni(100)” Trib. Int. 38(2), (2005), 151-157
  146. A.J. Gellman, K.R. Paserba, N. Vaidyanathan “A Comparative Study of the Desorption Kinetics and Energetics of Linear Oligomers from Graphite” J. Mol. Catal. A 228(1-2), (2005), 67-75 (10.1016/j.molcata.2004.09.058)
  147. C.M. Mancinelli, A.J. Gellman “Lubricant Effects on Friction Between Pd(100) Surface” Tribology Lett. 18(2), (2005) 253-257 (10.1007/s11249-004-2750-y)
  148. M.S. Lim, A.J. Gellman, “Kinetics of Laser Induced Desorption and Decomposition of Fomblin Zdol on Carbon Overcoats” Trib. Int. 31(6-7), (2005), 554-561 (10.1016/j.triboint.2005.01.006)
  149. X. Li, A.J. Gellman, D.S. Sholl “Orientation of Ethoxy, Mono-, Di-, and Trifluoroethoxy on Cu(111): A DFT Study” J. Mol. Catal. A 228(1-2), (2005), 77-82 (10.1016/j.molcata.2004.09.072)
  150. D.M. Rampulla, C.M. Mancinelli, I.F. Brunell, A.J. Gellman, “Oxidative and Tribological Properties of Amorphous and Quasicrystalline Approximate Al-Cu-Fe Thin Films” Langmuir 21(10), (2005), 4547-4553 (10.1021/la0469093)
  151. D. Sung, A.J. Gellman, J. Gui, X. Ma “A HREELS Study of Fomblin Z-tetraol Thin Films” J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A 23(2), (2005), 316-321(10.1116/1.1861052)
  152. A.J. Gellman, “Oligomer desorption during heterogeneous catalytic synthesis of polymers” Catal. Today 105(1), (2005), 144-151 (10.1016/j.cattod.2005.04.011)
  153. D. Kim, D. Sung, A.J. Gellman “Activation of SiC surfaces for vapor phase lubrication by chemical vapor deposition of Fe” Trib. Lett. 20(1), (2005), 31-41 (10.1007/s11249-005-7790-4)
  154. A.J. Gellman, N.D. Spencer “Surface Chemistry in Tribology” Ch. 6 in Wear – Materials, Mechanisms and Practice ed. G.W. Stachowiak, Wiley Publ., 2005
  155. D.M. Rampulla, A.J. Gellman, D.S. Sholl “Bromine atoms diffusion on stepped and kinked copper surfaces” Surf. Sci. 600, (2006), 2171-2177 (10.1016/j.susc.2006.03.006)
  156. D.M. Rampulla, A.J. Francis, K.S. Knight, A.J. Gellman “Enantioselective surface chemistry of 2-bromobutane on the Cu(643)R&S and Cu(531)R&S surfaces” J. Phys Chem. B 110, (2006), 10411-10420 (10.1021/jp060508+)
  157. M.S. Lim, Y. Yun, and Andrew J. Gellman, “Interaction of alcohols and ethers with a-CFx films” Langmuir 22(3), (2006), 1086-1092 (10.1021/la051801o)
  158. X. Li, A.J. Gellman, D.S. Sholl “Using β-hydride elimination to test propositions for characterizing surface catalyzed reactions” Surf. Sci. Letters 600, (2006), L25 – L28 (10.1016/j.susc.2005.11.022)
  159. P. Ye, A.J. Gellman, “The transition state for β-hydride elimination in alkyl groups on Pt(111)” J. Phys. Chem. B 110(19), (2006), 9660-9666 (10.1021/jp061047v)
  160. D.M. Rampulla, A.J. Gellman “Enantioselectivity of alkyl bromides on Cu(643): Effect of changing the chiral center” Surf. Sci. 600, (2006), 2832-2839 (10.1016/j.susc.2006.04.008)
  161. A. Rossi, F.M. Piras, D. Kim, A.J. Gellman, N.D. Spencer “Surface reactivity of tributylthiophosphate: Effects of temperature and mechanical stress” Trib. Lett. 23(3), (2006), 197-208 (10.1007/s11249-006-9051-6)
  162. Y. Yun, E. Broitman, A.J. Gellman, “Electron stimulated decomposition of fluorocarbons on amorphous hydrogenated carbon (a-CHx) overcoats used in data storage media” Trib. Lett.26(1), (2007), 45-51 (10.1007/s11249-006-9181-x)
  163. E. Broitman, V.V. Pushkarev, A.J. Gellman, J. Neidhardt, A. Furlan, L. Hultman “Water adsorption on lubricated fullerene-like CNx films” Thin Solid Films 515(3), (2006), 979-983 (10.1016/j.tsf.2006.07.065)
  164. Y. Yun, E. Broitman, A. J. Gellman “Adsorption of Fluorinated Ethers and Alcohols on Fresh and Oxidized Carbon Overcoats for Magnetic Data Storage” Langmuir 23(4), (2007), 1953-1958 (10.1021/la062107r)
  165. A.J. Francis, A.J. Koritnik, A.J. Gellman, P.A. Salvador “Chiral surfaces and metal/ceramic heteroepitaxy in the Pt/SrTiO3(621) system” Surf. Sci. 601, (2007), 1930-1936 (10.1016/j.susc.2007.02.026)
  166. Y. Yun, X. Ma, J. Gui, E. Broitman and A.J. Gellman “Oxidation Kinetics of Hydrogenated Amorphous Carbon (a-CHx) Overcoats on Magnetic Data Storage Media” Langmuir 23, (2007), 5485-5490 (10.1021/la062104e)
  167. X. Li, A.J. Gellman, D.S. Sholl “Density Functional Theory Study of  β-hydride Elimination of Ethyl on Flat and stepped Cu Surfaces” J. Chem. Phys. 127, (2007), 144710 (10.1063/1.2786994)
  168. J.B. Miller, C. Matranga, A.J. Gellman “Surface Segregation in a Polycrystalline Pd70Cu30 Alloy Hydrogen Purification Membrane” Surf. Sci. 602, (2008), 375-382 (10.1016/j.suse.2007.10.031)
  169. J.D. Horvath, L. Baker, A.J. Gellman, “Enantiospecific orientation of R-3-methylcyclohexanone on the chiral Cu(643)R&S surfaces” J. Phys. Chem. C 112, (2008), 7637-7643 (10.1021/jp0753878)
  170. J.B. Miller, B.D. Morreale, A.J. Gellman, The Effect of Adsorbed Sulfur on Surface Segregation in a Polycrystalline Pd70Cu30 Alloy” Surf. Sci. 602, (2008), 1819-1825 (10.1016/j.susc.2008.03.018)
  171. P. Ye, A.J. Gellman, “The transition state for alkyl group hydrogenation on Pt(111)” J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 130(26), (2008), 8518-8526 (10.1021/ja075292j)
  172. A.E. Baber, A.J. Gellman, D.S. Sholl, E.C.H. Sykes “The Real Structure of Naturally Chiral Cu{643}” J. Phys. Chem. C  112(30), (2008), 11086-11089 (10.1021/jp803601b)
  173. E. Broitman, G.K. Gueorguiev, A. Furlan, N.T. Son, A.J. Gellman, S. Stafström, L. Hultman “Water adsorption on fullerene-like carbon nitride overcoats” Thin Solid Films 517, (2008), 1106–1110 (10.1016/j.tsf.2008.07.022)
  174. Y. Huang, A.J. Gellman, “Enantiospecific adsorption of (R)-3-Methylcyclohexanone on naturally chiral Cu(531)R&S surfaces” Catalysis Letters 125(3-4), (2008), 177-182 (10.1007/s10562-008-9600-8)
  175. R.E. Marotti, C.D. Bojorge, E. Broitman, H.R. Cánepa, J.A. Badán, E.A. Dalchiele, A.J. Gellman,  “Characterization of ZnO and ZnO:Al thin films deposited by the sol-gel dip-coating technique” Thin Solid Films 517(3), (2008), 1077-1080 (10.1016/j.tsf.2008.06.028)
  176. A.J. Gellman, N. Shukla, “Nanocatalysis: More than Speed” Nature Materials, 8, (2009), 87-88 (10.1038/nmat2363)
  177. N. Shukla, M.M. Nigra, T. Nuhfer, M.A Bartel A.J Gellman “Tailoring the shapes of FexPt100x Nanoparticles” Nanotechnology 20(6), (2009), 065602 (10.1088/0957-4484/20/6/065602)
  178. P.J. Sides, D. Faruqui, A.J. Gellman “Dynamics of Charging of Muscovite Mica: Measurement and Modeling” Langmuir 25(3), (2009), 1475-1481 (10.1021/la802752g)
  179. J.B. Miller, A.J. Gellman, “Structural evolution of sulfur overlayers on Pd(111)”  Surface Science 603, (2009), L82-85 (10.1016/j.susc.2009.04.012)
  180. W. Michalak, E. Broitman, M.A. Alvin, A.J. Gellman, J.B. Miller, “Interactions of SO2 and H2S with amorphous carbon films” Applied Catalysis A – General 362, (2009), 8-13 (10.1016/j.apcata.2009.04.008)
  181. D.S. Sholl, A.J. Gellman “Developing chiral surfaces for enantioselective chemical processing” AIChE Journal 55(10), (2009), 2484-2490 (10.1002/aic.12036)
  182. A.J. Gellman, D.S. Sholl “Chemical processing with one hand” Chemical Engineering Progress, Oct. 2009, 16
  183. E. Broitman, A. Furlan, G.K. Gueorguiev, Zs. Czigány, A.M. Tarditi, A.J. Gellman, S. Stafström, L. Hultman “Water adsorption on phosphorous-carbide thin films” Surface & Coatings Technology 204, (2009) 1035–1039 (10.1016/j.surfcoat.2009.06.003)
  184. A.J. Gellman, “Chiral Surfaces: Accomplishments and Challenges” ACS Nano 4(1), (2010) 5-10 (10.1021/nn901885n)
  185. C.P. O’Brien, B.H. Howard, J.B. Miller, B.D. Morreale, A.J. Gellman“Inhibition of hydrogen transport through Pd and Pd47Cu53membranes by H2S at 350 oC” Journal of Membrane Science 349, (2010) 380-384 (10.1016/j.memsci.2009.11.070)
  186. Y. Yun, E. Broitman, A.J. Gellman “Oxidation of Fluorinated Amorphous Carbon (a-CFx) Films” Langmuir, 26(2), (2010) 908-914 (10.1021/la902375f)
  187. A.J. Gellman “Enantioselectivity on naturally chiral metal surfaces” Ch. 4 in Model Systems in Catalysis: From Single Crystals and Size Selected Clusters to Supported Enzyme Mimics, ed. R.M. Rioux, (2010), p. 75-95, Springer Publ.
  188. N. Shukla, M.A. Bartel, A.J. Gellman Enantioselective separation on chiral Au nanoparticles” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 132(25), (2010), 8575–8580 (10.1021/ja908219h)
  189. A. Tarditi, P. Kondratyuk, P.K. Wong, A.J. Gellman “Controlling the work function of a diamond-like carbon surface by fluorination with XeF2Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology – A 28(5), (2010), 1250-1254 (10.1116/1.3480335)
  190. W.Y. Cheong, Y. Huang, N. Dangaria, A.J. Gellman “Probing Enantioselectivity on Chirally Modified Cu(110), Cu(100) and Cu(111) Surfaces” Langmuir 26(21), (2010), 16412-16423 (10.1021/la102074a)
  191. L. Baker, B. Holsclaw, A.E. Baber, H.L. Tierney, E.C.H. Sykes, A.J. Gellman “Adsorption site distributions on Cu(111), Cu(221) and Cu(643) as determined by Xe adsorption” Journal of Physical Chemistry C 114, (2010), 18566-18575 (10.1021/jp106489f)
  192. W.Y. Cheong, A.J. Gellman “Energetics of chiral imprinting of Cu(100) by lysine” Journal of Physical Chemistry C 115, (2011), 1031-1035 (10.1021/jp105520t)
  193. N. Shukla, M.M. Nigra, M.A. Bartel, T. Nuhfer, C. Phatak, A.J. Gellman “Angle Resolved TEM Imaging of Pt Nanoparticles” Catalysis Letters 140, (2010), 85-89 (10.1007/s10562-010-0454-5)
  194. N. Shukla, M.M. Nigra, M.A. Bartel, A.M Nigra, A.J. Gellman “Fe2O3 Shell Growth on Pt Nanoparticles” Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 11, (2011), 2480-2485 (10.1166/jnn.2011.3570)
  195. N. Shukla, J.B. Miller, E. Coletta, A.D. Ondeck, V. Pushkarev, A.J. Gellman “Synthesis of Nanorods with Ni cores and Porous Silica Coatings” Catalysis Letters 141(4), (2011), 491-497 (10.1007/s10562-010-0531-9)
  196. M.L. Bosko, J.B. Miller, E.A. Lombardo, A.J. Gellman, L.M. Cornaglia “Surface Characterization of Pd-Ag Composite Membranes After Annealing at Different Temperatures” Journal of Membrane Science 369, (2011), 267-276 (10.1016/j.memsci.2010.12.006)
  197. C.P. O’Brien, J.B. Miller, A.J. Gellman, B.D. Morreale, “The hydrogen permeability of Pd4S” Journal of Membrane Science 371(1-2), (2011), 263-267 (10.1016/j.memsci.2011.01.044)
  198. D. Priyadarshini, P. Kondratyuk, Y.N. Picard, B.D. Morreale, A.J. Gellman, J.B. Miller, “High-Throughput Characterization of Surface Segregation in CuxPd1-x Alloys” Journal of Physical Chemistry C 115, (2011), 10155-10163 (10.1021/jp201793d)
  199. Y. Huang, A.J.  Gellman, “Enantiospecific adsorption of (R)-3-methylcyclohexanone on naturally chiral surfaces vicinal to Cu(110)” Topics in Catalysis 54, (2011), 1403-1413 (10.1007/s11244-011-9756-0)
  200. W.D. Michalak, J.B. Miller, D. Alfonso, A.J. Gellman “Uptake, Transport, and Release of Hydrogen from Pd(100)” Surface Science 606, (2012), 146-155 (10.1016/j.susc.2011.08.022)
  201. D. Priyadarshini, P. Kondratyuk, J.B. Miller, A.J. Gellman, “Compact Tool for Deposition of Composition Spread Alloy Films”, Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology – A 30(1), (2012), 011503(1-8) (10.1116/1.3664078)
  202. C.P. O’Brien,  J.B. Miller, BD. Morreale, A.J. Gellman “The kinetics of H2-D2 exchange over Pd, Cu, and PdCu surfaces” Journal of Physical Chemistry C 115(49), (2011), 24221-24230 (10.1021/jp2076885)
  203. J.B. Miller, D. Priyadarshini, A.J. Gellman “Segregation at the surfaces of CuxPd1x alloys in the presence of adsorbed S” Surface Science 606, (2012), 1520-1526 (10.1016/j.susc.2012.05.020)
  204. T. Lawton, V. Pushkarev, E. Broitman, E.C.H. Sykes, A.J. Gellman “The initial oxidation of Cu(hkl) surfaces: A high throughput study of structure sensitivity” Journal of Physical Chemistry C 116, (2012), 16054-16062 (10.1021/jp303488t)
  205. C.P. O’Brien,  J.B. Miller, BD. Morreale, A.J. Gellman “H2-D2 exchange kinetics in the presence of H2S over Pd4S, Pd70Cu30, and Pd47Cu53 surfaces” Journal of Physical Chemistry C 116, (2012), 17657−17667 (10.1021/jp305024b)
  206. W. Kim, G. Kwak, M. Jung, S.K. Jo, J.B. Miller, A.J. Gellman, K. Yong “Surface and internal reactions of ZnO nanowires: Etching and bulk defect passivation by H atoms” Journal of Physical Chemistry C 116, (2012), 16093−16097 (10.1021/jp304191m)
  207. W.D. Michalak, J.B. Miller, C. Yoclu, A.J. Gellman “Fabrication of metallic nanoparticles by spinodal dewetting of thin films: A high-throughput approach” Thin Solid Films 522, (2012), 473-479 (10.1016/j.tsf.2012.07.041)
  208. B. Fleutot, J.B. Miller, A.J. Gellman, “Apparatus for deposition of composition spread alloy films: The rotatable shadow mask” Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology – A 30(6), (2012), 061511-1-10 (10.1116/1.4766194)
  209. F. Braun, J.B. Miller, A.J. Gellman, A.M. Tarditi, B. Fleutot, P. Kondrayuk, L.M. Cornaglia, “PdAgAu alloy with high resistance to corrosion by H2S” International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 37(23), (2012), 18547-18555 (10.1016/j.ijhydene.2012.09.040)
  210. W.Y. Cheong, A.J. Gellman  “Enantiospecific desorption of R- and S-propylene oxide from D- or L-lysine Modified Cu(100) Surfaces” Langmuir 28, (2012), 15251−15262 (10.1021/la3027557)
  211. A. de Alwis, B. Holsclaw, V.V. Pushkarev, A. Reinicker, T.J. Lawton, M.E. Blecher, E.C.H. Sykes, AJ. Gellman, “Surface structure spread single crystals (S4C): Preparation and characterization” Surface Science 608, (2013), 80-87 (10.1016/j.susc.2012.09.015)
  212. P. Kondratyuk, G. Gumuslu, S. Shukla, J.B. Miller, B.D. Morreale, A.J. Gellman “A Microreactor Array for Spatially-Resolved Measurement of Catalytic Activity on Composition Spread Alloy Films: a Device for High-Throughput Catalyst Evaluation” Journal of Catalysis 300, (2013), 55–62 (10.1016/j.jcat.2012.12.015)
  213. Y. Yun, A.J. Gellman, “Enantioselective separation of DL-aspartic acid on naturally chiral Cu(3,1,17)R&S surfaces” Angewandte Chemie International Edition 52, (2013), 3394-3397 (10.1002/anie.201209025)

  214. B. Mahtre, V.V. Pushkarev, B. Holsclaw, T.J. Lawton, E.C.H. Sykes, A.J. Gellman, “A Window on Surface Explosions: Tartaric Acid on Cu(110)” Journal of Physical Chemistry C 117, (2013), 7577−7588 (10.1021/jp3119378)

  215. T.J. Lawton, V. Pushkarev, D. Wei, F. Lucci, D.S. Sholl, A.J. Gellman, E.C.H. Sykes, “Long Range Chiral Restructuring of Cu(110) by Tartaric Acid” Journal of Physical Chemistry C 117(43), (2013), 22290-22297 (10.1021/jp402015r)

  216. W. Kim, M. Seol, H. Kim, J.B. Miller. A.J. Gellman, K. Yong, “Freestanding CdS nanotube films as efficient photoanodes for photoelectrochemical cells” Journal of Materials Chemistry A  1(34), (2013), 9587-9589 (10.1039/c3ta12034a)
  217. S.D. Miller, V.V. Pushkarev, A.J. Gellman, J.R. Kitchin, “Simulating temperature programmed desorption of oxygen on Pt(111) using DFT derived coverage dependent desorption barriers” Topics in Catalysis 57, (2014), 106-117 (10.1007/s11244-013-0166-3)
  218. A.J. Gellman, Y. Huang, Xu. Feng, V.V. Pushkarev, B. Holsclaw, B. Mhatre, “Super-enantioselective chiral surface explosions” Journal of the American Chemical Society 135(51), (2013), 19208-19214    (10.1021/ja408659v)
  219. Y. Yun, D. Wei, D.S. Sholl, and A.J. Gellman, “Equilibrium adsorption of D- and L-alanine mixtures on naturally chiral Cu{3,1,17}R&S surfaces” Journal of Physical Chemistry C 118, (2014), 14957-14966 (10.1021/jp503796u)
  220. N. Shukla, N. Ondeck, A.J. Gellman, “Quantitation of Enantiospecific Adsorption on Chiral Nanoparticles from Optical Rotation” Surface Science 629, (2014), 15-19 (10.1016/j.susc.2014.03.011)

  221. D.S. Wei, B.S. Mhatre, A.J. Gellman, D.S. Sholl, “Contributions of dispersion forces to R-3-methylcyclohexanone physisorption on low and high Miller index Cu surfaces” Surface Science 629, (2014), 35-40 (10.1016/j.susc.2014.03.022)
  222. C. Baddeley, A.J. Gellman, “Preface to the topical issue on chirality” Surface Science 629, (2014), 1-2 (10.1016/j.susc.2014.06.011)
  223. M.A. Payne, J.B. Miller, A.J. Gellman, “High-throughput characterization of AlxFeyNi1-x-y oxidation across composition space” Corrosion Science 91, (2015), 46-57 (10.1016/j.corsci.2014.10.034)
  224. A.J. Gellman, W.T. Tysoe, F. Zaera, “Surface Chemistry for Enantioselective Catalysis” Catalysis Letters 145, (2015), 220-232 (10.1007/s10562-014-1400-8)
  225. J.B. Miller, A.J. Gellman, “Surface Segregation in Multicomponent Materials and Alloys” in: Reedijk, J. (ed.) Elsevier Reference Module in Chemistry, Molecular Sciences and Chemical Engineering. Waltham, MA: Elsevier. (2015) (10.1016/B978-0-12-409547-2.11438-6)
  226. J.R. Boes, G. Gumuslu, J.B. Miller, A.J. Gellman, J.R. Kitchin, “Estimating bulk composition dependent H2 dissociative adsorption energies on CuxPd1-x alloy (111) surfaces” ACS Catalysis 5(2), (2015),  1020-1026 (10.1021/cs501585k)\
  227. A.M. Tarditi, C. Imhoff,  F. Braun, J.B. Miller, A.J. Gellman, L. Cornaglia, “PdCuAu ternary alloy membranes: Hydrogen permeation properties in the presence of H2S” Journal of Membrane Science 479, (2015), 246-255 (10.1016/j.memsci.2014.12.030)
  228. G. Gumuslu, P. Kondratyuk, J.R. Boes, B. Morreale, J.B. Miller, J.R. Kitchin, A.J. Gellman, “Correlation of electronic structure and H2-D2 exchange activity across CuxPd1-x composition space” ACS Catalysis 5, (2015), 3137−3147  (10.1021/cs501586t)
  229. Y. Yun, A.J. Gellman, “Auto-amplification of enantiomeric excess on an achiral surface” Nature Chemistry 7, (2015), 520 – 525 (10.1038/NCHEM.2250)
  230. N. Shukla, N. Ondeck, N. Khosla, S. Klara, A. Petti, A.J. Gellman, “Polarimetric detection of enantioselective adsorption by chiral Au nanoparticles: Effects of temperature, wavelength and size” Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology 5(1), (2015), 1-8 (10.5772/6010)
  231. Y. Yun, A.J. Gellman, “Enantiospecificity of amino acids on naturally chiral Cu{3,1,17}R&S surfaces: alanine, aspartic acid, lysine, phenylalanine, serine” Langmuir 31(22), (2015), 6055–6063 (10.1021/acs.langmuir.5b00707)
  232. Reinicker, J.B. Miller, W. Kim, K. Yong, A.J. Gellman “CH3CH2OH, CD3CD2OD, and CF3CH2OH decomposition on ZnO” Topics in Catalysis, 58(10), (2015), 613–622  (10.1007/s11244-015-0403-z)
  233. J. Boes, P. Kondratyuk, C. Yin, J.B. Miller, A.J. Gellman, J.R. Kitchin, “Core level shifts in Cu-Pd alloys as a function of bulk composition and structure” Surface Science 640, (2015), 127-132 (10.1016/j.susc.2015.02.011)
  234. N. Shukla, D. Yang, A.J. Gellman, “Enantiomeric Separations of Chiral Pharmaceuticals using Chirally Modified Tetrahexahedral Au Nanoparticles” Surface Science, 648, (2016), 29-34 (10.1016/j.susc.2015.10.061
  235. A.J. Gellman*, L.D. Baker, B.S. Holsclaw, “Xe Adsorption Site Distributions on Pt(111), Pt(221) and Pt(531)” Surface Science 646, (2016), 83-89 (10.1016/j.susc.2015.10.062)
  236. J.P. Freedman, X. Yu, R.F. Davis, A.J. Gellman, J.A. Malen, “Thermal interface conductance across metal alloy-dielectric interfaces” Physical Review - B 93, (2016), 035309 (10.1103/PhysRevB.93.035309
  237. Pronschinske, P. Pedevilla, B. Coughlin, C.J. Murphy, F.R. Lucci, M.A. Payne, A.J. Gellman, A. Michaelides, E.C.H. Sykes, “An Atomic-scale Picture of the Composition, Decay and Oxidation of 2D Radioactive Films” ACS Nano 10, (2016), 2152−2158  (10.1021/acsnano.5b06640)
  238. A.J. Gellman, R.M. Rioux, P.C. Stair, “Editorial: Special issue dedicated to Gabor Somorjai’s 80th birthday” Surface Science 648, (2016), 1 (10.1016/j.susc.2016.02.004)
  239. M.A. Payne, J.B. Miller, A.J. Gellman, “High-throughput characterization of the effects of H2O vapour on early oxidation across AlxFeyNi1-x-y composition space” Corrosion Science 106, (2016), 61–81 (10.1016/j.corsci.2016.01.026)
  240. A.D. Reinicker, A.J. Therrien, T.J. Lawton, R. Ali, E.C.H. Sykes and A. J. Gellman, “Influence of step faceting on the enantiospecific decomposition of aspartic acid on chiral Cu surfaces vicinal to Cu{111}” Chemical Communications 52, (2016), 11263 – 11266  (10.1039/c6cc05957k)
  241. J.R. Kitchin, A.J. Gellman, “Perspective: High-throughput methods in chemical engineering” AIChE Journal 62(11), (2016), 3826-3835 (10.1002/aic.15294)
  242. M.A. Payne, J.B. Miller, M.E. Oliveros, G. Perez, C.P. Gouvea, B.S. Archanjo, C.A. Achete, A.J. Gellman, “Assessment of a High-Throughput Methodology for the Study of Alloy Oxidation using AlxFeyNi1-x-y Composition Gradient Thin Films” ACS Combinatorial Chemistry 18(7), (2016), 425-436, (10.1021/acscombsci.6b00030)
  243. M.A. Payne, J.B. Miller, A.J. Gellman, “High-throughput screening across quaternary alloy composition space: Oxidation of (AlxFeyNi1­x­y)~0.8Cr~0.2ACS Combinatorial Chemistry 18(9), (2016), 559-568 (10.1021/acscombsci.6b00047)
  244. A.J. Gellman, Y. Huang, A. Koritnik, J.D. Horvath, “Structure-sensitive enantiospecific adsorption on naturally chiral Cu(hkl)R&S  surfaces” Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 29(3), (2017), 034001 (10.1088/0953-8984/29/3/034001)
  245. B.S. Mhatre, S. Dutta, A. Reinicker, B. Karagoz, A.J. Gellman, “Explosive enantiospecific decomposition of aspartic acid on Cu surfaces” Chemical Communications  52, (2016), 14125 - 14128 (10.1039/c6cc06887a)
  246. Y. Yun, A.J. Gellman, “Competing Forces in Chiral Surface Chemistry: Enantiospecificity versus Enantiomer Aggregation” Journal of Physical Chemistry C 120(48), (2016), 27285–27295 (10.1021/acs.jpcc.6b07758)
  247. A.J. Therrien, T.J. Lawton, B. Mernoff, F.R. Lucci, V.V. Pushkarev, A.J. Gellman and E.C.H. Sykes, “Chiral nanoscale pores created during the surface explosion of tartaric acid on Cu(111)” Chemical Communications 52, (2016), 14282-14285 (10.1039/C6CC05820E)