Mark Allendorf

Mark D. Allendorf

Publications as of 9/20/2017

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(127 journal articles; 58 conference proceeding papers; 25 articles with 100 or more citations; H-index 48; >14,000 citations)

Journal articles

  1.  D. Allendorf, D. J. Spira, E. I. Solomon “Low-Temperature Magnetic Circular Dichroism Studies of Native Laccase: Spectroscopic Evidence for Exogenous Ligand Bridging at a Trinuclear Copper Active Site,” Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 82 (1985), 3063.
  2. J. Spira-Solomon, M. D. Allendorf, E. I. Solomon “Low-Temperature Magnetic Circular Dichroism STudies of Native Laccase: Confirmation of a Trinuclear Copper Active Site,” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 108 (1986), 5318.
  3. D. Allendorf, R. E. Palmer “Spontaneous Raman Spectroscopy in Flames Containing High Concentrations of Silica Particles,” High Temp Sci. 26 (1989), 45.
  4. K. Ross, M. D. Allendorf, E. I. Solomon “Detailed Spectral Studies of Copper Acetate: Excited-State Interactions in Copper Dimers,” J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 111 (1989), 4009.
  5. D. Allendorf, J. R. Bautista, E. Potkay, “Temperature Measurements in a Vapor Axial Deposition Flame by Spontaneous Raman Spectroscopy,” J. Appl. Phys. 66 (1989), 5046.
  6. D. Allendorf, R. J. Kee, “A Model of Silicon Carbide Chemical Vapor Deposition,” J. Electrochem Soc. 138 (1991), 841.
  7. H. Hurt, M. D. Allendorf “Model of Particle-Vapor Codeposition with Application to Ceramic Materials Synthesis,” AIChE J. 37 (1991), 1485.
  8. D. Allendorf, D. A. Outka “The Adsorption of H-Atoms on Polycrystalline-Silicon Carbide,” Surf. Sci. 258 (1991), 177.
  9. D. Allendorf, C. F. Melius “Theoretical Study of the Thermochemistry of Molecules in the Si-C-H Systems,” J. Phys. Chem. 96 (1992), 428.
  10. D. Allendorf, C. F. Melius “Theoretical Study of the Thermochemistry of Compounds in the Si-C-Cl-H System,” J. Phys. Chem. 97 (1992), 720.
  11. D. Allendorf, “Equilibrium Predictions of the Role of Organosilicon Compounds in the Chemical Vapor Deposition of Silicon Carbide,” J. Electrochem. Soc. 140 (1993), 747.
  12. D. Allendorf, R. H. Hurt, N. Yang, P. Reagan, M. Robbins “Deposition of Silicon Carbide Using the Chemical Vapor Composites Process: Process Characterization and Comparison with the RASSPVDN Model Predictions” J. Mater. Sci. 8 (1992), 1651.
  13. Warnatz, M. D. Allendorf, R. J. Kee, M. E. Coltrin “A Model of Elementary Chemistry and Fluid Mechanics in the Combustion of Hydrogen on Platinum Surfaces,” Comb. Flame 96 (1994), 393.
  14. H. Osterheld, M. D. Allendorf, C. F. Melius “Unimolecular Decomposition of Methyltrichlorosilane: RRKM Calculations,” J. Phys.Chem. 98 (1994), 6995.
  15. N. Krasnoperov, J. T. Niiranen, D. Gutman, C. F. Melius, M. D. Allendorf “Kinetics and thermochemistry of Si(CH3)3+NO reaction: direct determination of a Si-N bond energy,” J. Phys. Chem. 99 (1995), 14347.
  16. D. Allendorf, C. F. Melius, P. Ho, M. R. Zachariah “Theoretical Study of the Thermochemistry of Molecules in the Si-O-H System,” J. Phys. Chem. 99 (1995), 15285.
  17. T. Schulberg, M. D. Allendorf, D. A. Outka “The Adsorption of Hydrogen Chloride on Polycrystalline-Silicon Carbide,” Surf. Sci. 341 (1995), 262.
  18. T. Schulberg, M. D. Allendorf, D. A. Outka “Aspects of Nitrogen Surface Chemistry Relevant to TiN Chemical Vapor Deposition,” J. Vac. Sci. Tech. A. 14 (1996), 3228.
  19. D. Allendorf, C. F. Melius “Thermochemistry of Molecules in the B-N-H-Cl System: Ab initio Predictions Using the BAC-MP4 Method,” J. Phys. Chem. A 101 (1997), 2670.
  20. Teyssandier, M. D. Allendorf “Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Gas-Phase Reactions in the Ti-Cl-H System,” J. Electrochem. Soc. 145 (1998), 2167.
  21. H. McDaniel, M. D. Allendorf “A Flow-Tube Investigation of the High-Temperature Reaction between BCl3and NH3,” J. Phys. Chem. 102 (1998), 7804.
  22. D. Allendorf, C. F. Melius “Understanding Gas-Phase Reactions in the Thermal CVD of Hard Coatings Using Computational Methods,” Surf. Coatings Technol. 108 (1998), 191-199.
  23. W. Bauschlicher Jr., C. F. Melius, M. D. Allendorf “Gallium compounds, a possible problem for the G2 approaches,” J. Chem. Phys. 110 (1999), 1.
  24. D. Allendorf, C. F. Melius, C. W. Bauschlicher, Jr. “Heats of Formation and Bond Energies in Group III Compounds,” J. de Physique IV France 9 (1999), 23-31.
  25. Raffy E. Blanquet, M. Pons, C. Bernard, C. F. Melius, M. D. Allendorf “Contribution to the Modeling of CVD Silicon Carbide Growth,” J. de Physique IV France 9 (1999), 205-212.
  26. K. Zerkle, M. D. Allendorf, M. Wolf, O. Deutschmann “Modeling of On-Line Catalyst Addition Effects in a Short Contact Time Reactor,” Twenty-Eighth Symp. (Int.) Comb. 28 (pt.1) (2000), 1365-1372.
  27. H. McDaniel, M. D. Allendorf “The Autocatalytic Behavior of Trimethylindium During Thermal Decomposition,” Mat. Chem. 12 (2000), 450.
  28. F. Melius, M. D. Allendorf “Bond Additivity Corrections for Quantum-Chemistry Methods,” J. Phys. Chem. A 104 (2000), 2168.
  29. K. Zerkle, M. D. Allendorf, M. Wolf, O. Deutschmann “Understanding Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Contributions to the Partial Oxidation of Ethane in a Short Contact Time Reactor,” J. Catal. 196 (2000), 18.
  30. D. Allendorf, K. E. Spear “Thermodynamic Analysis of Refractory Corrosion in Glass Melting Furnaces,” J. Electrochem. Soc. 148 (2001), B59.
  31. D. Allendorf “Research Needs for Coatings on Glass. Summary of the U.S. Department of Energy Roadmapping Workshop,” Thin Solid Films 392 (2001), 155.
  32. S. Tranter, R. Sivaramakrishnan, K. Brezinsky, M. D. Allendorf “High Pressure, High Temperature Shock Tube Studies of Ethane Pyrolysis and Oxidation,” Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 4 (2002), 2001.
  33. de Persis, F. Teyssandier, A. H. McDaniel, M. D. Allendorf “Influence of Carbon Precursor on the Gas-Phase Chemistry of Titanium Carbide Chemical Vapor Deposition,” Adv. Mater./CVD 8 (2002), 63.
  34. D. Allendorf, C. F. Melius, B. Cosic, A. Fontijn “BAC-G2 Predictions of Thermochemistry for Gas-Phase Aluminum Compounds,” J. Phys. Chem. A 106 (2002), 2629.
  35. H. McDaniel, A. E. Lutz, M. D. Allendorf, S. F. Rice “Effects of Methane and Ethane on the Heterogeneous Production of Water from Hydrogen and Oxygen in Stagnation Flow,” J. Catalysis 208 (2002), 21.
  36. D. Allendorf, C. F. Melius “BAC-MP4 Predictions of Thermochemistry for Gas-Phase Componds in the Si-H-O-Cl System,” J. Phys. Chem. A 106 (2002), 6370.
  37. E. Spear, M. D. Allendorf “Thermodynamic Analysis of Alumina Refractory Corrosion by sodium or potassium hydroxide in glass melting furnaces,” J. Electrochem. Soc. 149 (2002), B551.
  38. W. Medlin, M. D. Allendorf, “A theoretical study of the adsorption of acetylene and hydrogen on the (111) surfaces of Pd, Pt, Ni, and Rh”, J. Phys. Chem. B. 107 (2003), 217.
  39. W. Medlin, A. H. McDaniel, M. D. Allendorf, R. Bastasz, “Effects of Competitive carbon monoxide adsorption on the hydrogen response of Metal-Insulator-Semiconductor Hydrogen Sensors: the role of metal film morphology”, J. Appl. Phys. 93 (2003), 2267.
  40. H. Nilson, S. K. Griffiths, N. Yang, P. M. Walsh, M. D. Allendorf, B. Bugeat, O. Marin, K. E. Spear, G. A. Pecoraro, “Analytical Models for High-Temperature Corrosion of Silica Refractories in Glass-Melting Furnaces,” Glass Sci. Technol. 76 (2003), 136.
  41. M. B. Nielsen, C. L. Janssen, M. D. Allendorf “Ab initio predictions for thermochemical parameters for tin-oxygen compounds,” J. Phys. Chem. A. 107 (2003), 5122.
  42. D. Taylor; M. D. Allendorf; A. H. McDaniel, S. F. Rice “In-Situ Diagnostics and Modeling of Methane Catalytic Partial Oxidation on Pt in a Stagnation-Flow Reactor,” Indust. Eng. Chem. Res. 42 (2003), 6559.
  43. Chae, A. H. McDaniel, W. G. Houf, M. D. Allendorf “Stagnation-Flow Reactor Investigation of the Deposition of Tin Oxide from Monobutyltintrichloride,” J. Electrochem. Soc. 151 (2004), C527.
  44. M. B. Nielsen, M. D. Allendorf “High-level ab initio thermochemical data for halides of chromium, manganese, and iron,” J. Phys. Chem. A 109 (2005), 928.
  45. M. B. van Mol, G. R. Alcott, M. D. Allendorf “Tin oxide precursor chemistry and its link to coating properties,” Amer. Ceram. Soc. Bull., 84 (2005), 37.
  46. F. Rice, M. D. Allendorf “Detection of NaOH vapor in glass furnaces using excimer laser photofragmantation spectroscopy,” Glass Sci. Technol. 78 (2005), 45.
  47. D. Allendorf, C. F. Melius “BAC-MP4 Predictions of Thermochemistry for Gas-Phase Tin Compounds in the Sn-H-C-Cl System,” J. Phys. Chem. A. 109 (2005), 4939.
  48. Chae, W. G. Houf, A. H. McDaniel, M. D. Allendorf “Models for the Chemical Vapor Deposition of Tin Oxide from Monobutyltintrichloride,” J. Electrochem. Soc. 153 (2006), C309.
  49. J. Skulan, I. M. B. Nielsen, C. F. Melius, M. D. Allendorf “BAC-MP4 Predictions of Thermochemistry for Gas-Phase Indium Compounds in the In-H-C-O-Cl System,” J. Phys. Chem. A 110 (2006), 281.
  50. M. B. Nielsen, M. D. Allendorf, “Thermochemistry of the chromium hydroxides Cr(OH)n, n = 2-6, and the oxyhydroxide CrO(OH)4: Ab initio predictions,” J. Phys. Chem. A 110 (2006), no.11, 4093-4099.
  51. M. B. van Mol, Y. Chae, A. H. McDaniel, M. D. Allendorf “Chemical vapor deposition of tin oxide: Fundamentals and applications,” Thin Solid Films 502 (2006), 72-78.
  52. J. Skulan, I. M. B. Nielsen, C. F. Melius, and M. D. Allendorf “BAC-MP4 Predictions of Thermochemistry for Gas-Phase Antimony Compounds in the Sb-H-C-O-Cl System,” J. Phys. Chem. A 110 (2006), 5919.
  53. A. Greathouse, M. D. Allendorf “The interaction of water with MOF-5 simulated by molecular dynamics,” J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 128 (2006), 10678.
  54. J. Opila, D. L. Myers, N. S. Jacobson, I. M.B. Nielsen, D. F. Johnson, J. K. Olminsky, M. D. Allendorf “Theoretical and Experimental Investigation of the Thermochemistry of CrO2(OH)2(g),” J. Phys. Chem. A 111 (2007), 1971, NASA Glenn Research Center – Materials & Structures Division 2007 Paper of the Year.
  55. Bauer, T. Settersten, B. Patterson, T. Timofeeva, V. Liu, B. Simmons, M. D. Allendorf “Influence of connectivity and porosity on ligand-based luminescense in zinc MOFs,” J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 129 (2007), 7136.
  56. F. Bahr, J. A. Reid, W. M. Mook, C. A. Bauer, R. Stumpf, A. J. Skulan, N. R. Moody, B. A. Simmons, M. M. Shindel, M. D. Allendorf “Mechanical properties of IRMOF-1 metal-organic framework crystals,” Phys. Rev. B 76 (2007), 184106.
  57. A. Greathouse, M. D. Allendorf Force field validation for molecular dynamics simulations of IRMOF-1 and other isoreticular zinc carboxylate coordination polymers,” J. Phys. Chem. C. 112 (2008), 5795.
  58. E. Miller, M. D. Allendorf, R. B. Diver, L. R. Evans, N. P. Siegel, J. N. Stuecker “Metal oxide composites and structures for ultra-high temperature solar thermochemical cycles,” J. Mater. Sci. 43 (2008), 4714.
  59. D. Allendorf, R. B. Diver, N. P. Siegel, J. E. Miller “Two-Step Water Splitting Using Mixed-Metal Ferrites: Thermodynamic Analysis and Characterization of Synthesized Materials,” Energy & Fuels 22 (2008), 4115.
  60. B. Diver, J. E. Miller, M. D. Allendorf, N. P. Siegel, R. E. Hogan “Solar Thermochemical Water-Splitting Ferrite-Cycle Heat Engines,” J. Solar En. Eng. 30 (2008), 041001-1.
  61. D. Allendorf, R. J. T. Houk, L. Andruszkiewicz, A. A. Talin, J. Pikarsky, A. Choudhury, K. A. Gall, P. J. Hesketh Stress-Induced Chemical Detection Using Flexible Metal-Organic Frameworks,” J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 130 (2008), 14404.
  62. Dai, R. B. Rees, J. K. Johnson, M. D. Allendorf, D. S. Sholl, N. Zarkevich, D. D. Johnson “Influence of Surface Reactions on Complex Hydride Reversibility,” J. Phys. Chem. C, 112 (2008), 18270.
  63. D. Allendorf, C. A. Bauer, R. Bhakta, R. J. T. Houk “Luminescent Metal-Organic Frameworks,” Chem. Soc. Rev. 38 (2009), 1330. Invited Review article.
  64. P. Doty, C. A. Bauer, A. J. Skulan, P. G. Grant, M. D. Allendorf “Scintillating Metal Organic Frameworks: A New Class of Radiation Detection Materials,” Adv. Mater. 21 (2009), 95.
  65. A. Greathouse, T. L. Kinnibrugh, M. D. Allendorf “Adsorption and Separation of Noble Gases by IRMOF-1: Grand Canonical Monte Carlo Simulations,” Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 48 (2009), 3425.
  66. K. Bhakta, J. L. Herberg, B. Jacobs, A. Highley, R. Behrens, Jr., N. W. Ockwig, J. A. Greathouse, and M. D. Allendorf “Metal-Organic Frameworks As Templates for Nanoscale NaAlH4,” J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 131 (2009), 13198.
  67. J. T. Houk, B. W. Jacobs, F. El Gabaly, N. N. Chang, A. A. Talin, D. D. Graham, S. D. House, I. M. Robertson, M. D. Allendorf “Silver Cluster Formation, Dynamics, and Chemistry in Metal-Organic Frameworks,” Nano Lett. 9 (2009), 3413.
  68. G. Wu, M. D. Allendorf, J. C. Grossman “Quantum Monte Carlo Simulation of Nanoscale MgH2 Cluster Thermodynamics,” J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 131 (2009), 13918.
  69. C. Kim, M. D. Allendorf, V. Stavila, D. S. Sholl “Predicting Impurity Gases and Phases During Hydrogen Evolution from Complex Metal Hydrides using Free Energy Minimization Enabled by First-principles Calculations,” Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 12 (2010), 9918.
  70. A. Greathouse, N. W. Ockwig, L. J. Criscenti, T. R. Guilinger, P. Pohl, M. D. Allendorf "Computational Screening of Metal-Organic Frameworks for Large-Molecule Chemical Sensing,” Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 12 (2010), 12621.
  71. Kobayashi, B. Jacobs, M. D. Allendorf, J. R. Long “Conductivity, Doping, and Redox Chemistry of a Microporous Dithiolene-Based Metal-Organic Framework,” Chem. Mater. 22 (2010), 4120.
  72. L. Feng, J. J. Perry IV, S. Nikodemski, S. T. Meek, M. D. Allendorf “Assessing the Purity of Metal-Organic Frameworks Using Photoluminescence: MOF-5, ZnO Quantum Dots, and Framework Decomposition,” J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 132 (2010), 15487.
  73. W. Jacobs, R. J. T. Houk, M. R. Anstey, S. D. House, I. M. Robertson, A. A. Talin, M. D. Allendorf "Ordered metal nanostructure self assembly using metal-organic framework templates,”Chem. Sci., (2011), 2, 411-416 Featured on inside cover.
  74. T. Meek, J. A. Greathouse, M. D. Allendorf “Metal-Organic Frameworks: A Rapidly Growing Class of Versatile Nanoporous Materials,” Adv. Mater. 23 (2011), 141. Invited Review article; cover feature.
  75. Wong, I. M. B. Nielsen, M. D. Allendorf “Thermochemistry of Alane Complexes: A Theoretical and Experimental Investigation,” J. Phys. Chem. C., 115 (2011), 7778.
  76. R. Scheffe, M. D. Allendorf, E. N. Coker, B. W. Jacobs, A. H. McDaniel, A. W. Weimer “Hydrogen production via chemical looping redox cycles using ALD synthesized iron oxide and cobalt ferrites,” Chem. Mater. 23 (2011), 2030.
  77. W. Jacobs, R. J. T. Houk, B. M. Wong, A. A. Talin, J. D. Allendorf “Electron Beam Synthesis of Metal and Semiconductor Nanoparticles Using Metal-Organic Frameworks as Ordered Precursors,” Nanotechnology 22 (2011), 375601.
  78. T. Meek, J. J. Perry IV, S. Teich-McGoldrick, J. A. Greathouse, M. D. Allendorf “Complete Series of Mono-Halogenated Isoreticular Metal-Organic Frameworks: Synthesis and the Importance of Activation,” Cryst. Growth Design, 11 (2011), 4309.
  79. L. Feng, J. Branson, K. Hattar, G. Vizkelethy, M. D. Allendorf, F. P. Doty “Designing Metal-Organic Frameworks for Radiation Detection,” Nucl. Instr. Meth. A, 652 (2011) 295.
  80. D. Allendorf, A. Schwartzberg, V. Stavila, A. A. Talin “A Roadmap to Implementing Metal-Organic Frameworks in Electronic Devices: Challenges and Critical Directions,” Chem. Eur. J. 17 (2011), 11372. Invited Concepts article.
  81. Stavila, J. Volponi, A. M. Katzenmeyer, M. C. Dixon, M. D. Allendorf “Kinetics and mechanism of metal-organic framework thin film growth: Systematic investigation of HKUST-1 deposition on QCM electrodes,” Chem. Sci. 3 (2012), 1531.
  82. K. Wagner, E. H. Majzoub, M. D. Allendorf, J. C. Grossman, “Tuning metal hydride thermodynamics via size and composition: Li-H, Mg-H, Al-H, and Mg-Al-H nanoclusters for hydrogen storage,” Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 14 (2012), 6611.
  83. J. Perry IV, P. L. Feng, S. T. Meek, K. Leong, F. P. Doty, M. D. Allendorf “Connecting Structure with Function in Metal-Organic Frameworks to Design Novel Photo- and Radioluminescent Materials,” J. Mater. Chem. 22 (2012), 10235.
  84. K. Bhakta, V. Stavila, A. Highley, S. Maharrey, T. Alam, E. Majzoub, M. Allendorf "Thermodynamics and Kinetics of NaAlH4 Nanocluster Decomposition," Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 14 (2012), 8160.
  85. Feng, K. Leong, M. D. Allendorf, “Charge-Transfer Guest Interactions in Luminescent MOFs: Implications for Solid-state Temperature and Environmental Sensing,” Dalton Trans., 41 (2012), 8869.
  86. E. Kreno, K. Leong, O. K. Farha, M. Allendorf, R. P. Van Duyne, J. T. Hupp “Metal-Organic Framework Materials as Chemical Sensors,” Chem. Rev. 112 (2012), 1105. Invited Review article.
  87. R. Zeitler, M. D. Allendorf, J. A. Greathouse “Grand Canonical Monte Carlo Simulation of Low-pressure Methane Adsorption in Nanoporous Framework Materials for Sensing Applications,” J. Phys. Chem. C, 116 (2012), 3492.
  88. Venkatasubramanian, J. H. Lee, V. Stavila, A. L. Robinson, M. D. Allendorf, P. J. Hesketh “MOF@MEMS: Design optimization for high sensitivity chemical detection,” Sensors Actuators B, 168 (2012), 256.
  89. Van Heest, S. L. Teich-McGoldrick, J. A. Greathouse, M. D. Allendorf, D. S. Sholl “Identification of metal-organic framework materials for adsorption separation of the rare gases: Applicability of IAST and effects of inaccessible framework regions,” J. Phys. Chem. C, 116 (2012), 13183.
  90. L. Robinson, V. Stavila, M. I. White, S. M. Thornberg, T. R. Zeitler, J. A. Greathouse, M. D. Allendorf “Ultrasensitive Humidity Detection Using MOF-Coated Microsensors,” Anal. Chem. 84 (2012), 7043.
  91. T. Meek, S. L. Teich-McGoldrick, J. J. Perry IV, J. A. Greathouse, M. D. Allendorf “Effects of Polarizability on the Adsorption of Noble Gases at Low Pressures in Halogenated Isoreticular Metal-Organic Framework,” J. Phys. Chem. C., 116 (2012), 19765.
  92. Stavila, R. K. Bhakta, T. M. Alam, E. H. Majzoub, M. D. Allendorf “Reversible Hydrogen Storage by NaAlH4 Confined Within a Titanium-Functionalized MOF-74(Mg) Nanoreactor,” ACS Nano, 6 (2012), 9807.
  93. L. Feng, J. Villone, K. Hattar, S. Mrowka, B. M. Wong, M. D. Allendorf, F. Patrick Doty “Spectral- and Pulse-Shape Discrimination in Triplet-Harvesting Plastic Scintillators,” IEEE Trans. Nucl. Sci., 59 (2012), 3312.
  94. V. Parkes, C. L. Staiger, J. J. Perry IV, M. D. Allendorf, J. A. Greathouse “Screening Metal-Organic Frameworks for Selective Noble Gas Adsorption in Air: Effect of Pore Size and Framework Topology,” Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 15 (2013), 9093.
  95. M. Pettibone, W. A. Osborn, K. Rykaczewski, A. A. Talin, J. E. Bonevich, J. W. Hudgens, M. D. Allendorf “Surface mediated assembly of small, metastable gold nanclusters,” Nanoscale, 5 (2013), 6558.
  96. Liu, E. H. Majzoub, V. Stavila, R. K. Bhakta, M. D. Allendorf, D. T. Shane, M. S. Conradi, N. Verdal, T. J. Udovic, S. J. Hwang “Probing the Unusual Anion Mobility of LiBH4 Confined in Highly Ordered Nanoporous Carbon Frameworks via Solid State NMR and Quasielastic Neutron Scattering,” J. Mater, Chem. A, 1 (2013), 9935.
  97. R. Scheffe, A. H. McDaniel, M. D. Allendorf, A. W. Weimer “Kinetics and Mechanism of Solar-Thermochemical H2 Production by Oxidation of a Cobalt Ferrite-Zirconia Composite,” Energy & Environ. Sci., 6 (2013), 963.
  98. E. de Jongh, M. D. Allendorf, J. J. Vajo, C. Zlotea “Nanoconfined light metal hydrides for reversible hydrogen storage,” MRS Bulletin, 38 (2013), 488.
  99. Ellern, A. Venkatasubramanian, J. H. Lee, P. Hesketh, V. Stavila, A. Robinson, M. D. Allendorf “HKUST-1 Coated Piezoresistive Microcantilever Array for VOC Sensing,” Micro & Nano Lett.,8 (2013), 766.
  100. Zeitler, T. Van Heest, D. S. Sholl, M. D. Allendorf, J. A. Greathouse “Predicting Low-Pressure O2 Adsorption in Nanoporous Framework Materials for Sensing Applications,” ChemPhysChem., 14 (2013), 3740.
  101. Christina A. Bauer, Simon C. Jones, Tiffany Kinnibrugh, Tatiana V. Timofeeva, Richard A. Farrell, Avinash Vakil, and Mark D. Allendorf, “Homo- And Heterometallic Luminescent 2-D Stilbene Metal-Organic Frameworks,” Dalton Trans., 43 (2014), 2925.
  102. Leong, M. E. Foster, B. M. Wong, E. D. Spoerke, D. Gough, J. C. Deaton, M. D. Allendorf “Energy and Charge Transfer by Donor-Acceptors Pairs Confined in a Metal-Organic Framework: A Spectroscopic and Computational Investigation,” J. Mater. Chem. A, 2 (2014), 3389.
  103. E. Miller, A. H. McDaniel, M. D. Allendorf “Considerations in the Design of Materials for Solar-Driven Fuel Production Using Metal-Oxide Thermochemical Cycles,” Adv. Energy Mater., 4 (2014), 1300469. Invited Perspective article.
  104. E. Foster, J. D. Azoulay, B. M. Wong, M. D. Allendorf “Novel Metal-Organic Framework Linkers for Light Harvesting Applications,” Chem. Sci. 5 (2014), 2081.
  105. Ermanoski, J. E. Miller, M. D. Allendorf “Efficiency Maximization in Solar-Thermochemical Fuel Production: Challenging the Concept of Isothermal Water Splitting,” Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 16 (2014), 8418.
  106. A. Talin, A. Centrone, P. Haney, V. Stavila, A. C. Ford, M. E. Foster, R. A. Kinney, V. Szalai, H. P. Yoon, F. Léonard, M. D. Allendorf "Tunable Electrical Conductivity in Metal-Organic Framework Thin-Film Devices." Science 343 (2014), 66.
  107. Van Gough, D., T. N. Lambert, D. R. Wheeler, M. A. Rodriguez, M. T. Brumbach, M. D. Allendorf, E. D. Spoerke (2014). "Controlled Nucleation and Growth of Pillared Paddlewheel Framework Nanostacks onto Chemically Modified Surfaces." ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 6 (2014), 1509.
  108. J. Perry IV, S. L. Teich-McGoldrick, S. T. Meek, J. A. Greathouse, M. Haranczyk, M. D. Allendorf "Noble Gas Adsorption in Metal-Organic Frameworks Containing Open Metal Sites." J. Phys. Chem. C 118 (2014), 11685.
  109. V. Parkes; H. Demir; S. L. Teich-McGoldrick; D. S. Sholl; J. A. Greathouse; M. D. Allendorf “Molecular dynamics simulation of framework flexibility effects on noble gas diffusion in HKUST-1 and ZIF-8,” Microporous Mesoporous Mater., 194 (2014), 190.
  110. Stavila, A. A. Talin, M. D. Allendorf “MOF-Based Electronic and Opto-Electronic Devices,” Chem. Soc. Rev., 2014, 43, 5994. Invited Review article.
  111. Allendorf, M. D. and V. Stavila (2015). "Crystal Engineering, Structure-Function Relationships, and the Future of Metal-Organic Frameworks." Crystengcomm 17(2): 229-246. Invited Perspective article.
  112. Demir, J. A. Greathouse, C. L. Staiger, J. J. Perry IV, M. D. Allendorf, D. S. Sholl “DFT-based force field development for noble gas adsorption in metal organic frameworks,” J. Mater. Chem. A 3 (2015), 23539.
  113. cover imageAllendorf, M. D., M. E. Foster, Léonard, V. Stavila, P. L. Feng, F. P. Doty, K. Leong, E. Y. Ma, S. R. Johnston, A. A. Talin. "Guest-Induced Emergent Properties in Metal-Organic Frameworks." J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 6 (2015), 1182. Invited Perspective article.
  114. Erickson, K. J., Léonard, V. Stavila, M. E. Foster, C. D. Spataru, R. E. Jones, B. M. Foley, P. E. Hopkins, M. D. Allendorf, A. A. Talin "Thin Film Thermoelectric Metal-Organic Framework with High Seebeck Coefficient and Low Thermal Conductivity." Adv. Mater. 27 (2015), 3453.
  115. cover imageStavila, R. Parthasarathi, R. W. Davis, K. L. Sale, B. A. Simmons, S. Singh, M. D. Allendorf “MOF-Based Catalysts for Selective Hydrogenolysis of Carbon-Oxygen Ether Bonds,” ACS Catalysis, 6 (2016), 55 Cover feature.
  116. D. Allendorf, V. Stavila “Nanoporous films: from conventional to conformal,” Nature Mater. 15 (2016), 255.
  117. cover featureStavila, V., Schneider, C., Mowry, C., Zeitler, T. R., Greathouse, J. A., Robinson, A. L., Denning, J. M., Volponi, J., Leong, K., Quan, W., Tu, M., Fischer, R. A., Allendorf, M. D. “Thin Film Growth of nbo MOFs and their Integration with Electroacoustic Devices,” Funct. Mater., 26 (2016), 1699 Cover feature.
  118. Jones, C. G.; Stavila, V.; Conroy, M. A.; Feng, P.; Slaughter, B. V.; Ashley, C. E.; Allendorf, M. D. “Versatile Synthesis and Fluorescent Labeling of ZIF-90 Nanoparticles for Biomedical Applications,” ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 8 (2016), 7623.
  119. Pruski, A.D. Sadow, I.I. Slowing, C.L. Marshall, P. Stair, J. Rodriguez, A. Harris, G.A. Somorjai, J. Biener, C. Matranga, C.J. Wang, J.A. Schaidle, G.T. Beckham, D.A. Ruddy, T. Deutsch, S.M. Alia, C. Narula, S. Overbury, T. Toops, R.M. Bullock, C.H.F. Peden, Y. Wang, M.D. Allendorf, J. Norskov, T. Bligaard “Virtual Special Issue on Catalysis at the US Department of Energy’s National Laboratories,” ACS Catalysis 6 (2016), 3227.
  120. W. Zhou, F. El Gabaly, V. Stavila, M. D. Allendorf “Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Hydrogen Diffusion in Aluminum,” J. Phys. Chem. C 120 (2016), 7500.
  121. Mieno, R. Kabe, N. Notsuka, M. D. Allendorf, C. Adachi “Long-lived room-temperature phosphorescence of coronene in zeolitic imidazolate framework ZIF-8,” Adv. Opt. Mater. 4 (2016) 4, 1015.
  122. E. Foster, K. Sohlberg, C. D. Spataru, M. D. Allendorf “Proposed modification of the graphene analogue Ni3(HITP)2 to yield a semiconducting material,” J. Phys. Chem. C, 120 (2016), 15001.
  123. M. Ullman, J. W. Brown, M. E. Foster, F. Leonard, K. Leong, V. Stavila, M. D. Allendorf “Transforming MOFs for Energy Applications Using the Guest@MOF Concept,” Inorg. Chem. 55 (2016), 7233. Invited Forum article.
  124. D. Allendorf, M. Raghavender, R. A. Fischer “Guest Molecules as a design element for metal-organic frameworks,” MRS Bull., 55 (2016), 865.
  125. D. Spoerke, L. J. Small, M. E. Foster, J. Wheeler, A. M. Ullman, V. Stavila, M. Rodriguez, M. D. Allendorf “MOF-sensitized solar cells enabled by a pillared porphyrin framework,” J. Phys. Chem. C 121 (2017), 4816.
  126. Stassen, N. Burtch, A. A. Talin, P. Falcaro, M. D. Allendorf, R. Ameloot “An updated roadmap for the integration of metal-organic frameworks with electronic devices and chemical sensors,” Chem. Soc. Rev. 46 (2017), 3185.
  127. P. He, C. D. Spatau, F. Leonard, R. E. Jones, M. E. Foster, M. D. Allendorf, A. A. Talin “Two-dimensional metal-organic frameworks with high thermoelectric efficiency through metal ion selection,” Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 19 (2017), 19461.

Reviewed proceedings papers

  1. P. Tully, R. A. Perry, L. R. Thorne, M. D. Allendorf, “Free-Radical Oxidation of Isocyanic Acid,” Twenty-Second Symposium (International) on Combustion, The Combustion Institute (1989), 1101-1106.
  2. D. Allendorf, R. J. Kee, “A Model of Silicon Carbide Chemical Vapor Deposition,” Proceedings of Eleventh International Conference on Chemical Vapor Deposition, The Electrochemical Society, Pennington, NJ (1990), 679, K. E. Spear, G. W. Cullen, eds.
  3. H. Hurt, M. D. Allendorf “Rapid Growth of Ceramic Films by Particle-Vapor Codeposition,” Mater. Res. Soc. Proc. 250 (1992), 59-64.
  4. D. Allendorf, C. F. Melius “Theoretical Study of Gas-Phase Thermodynamics Relevant to Silicon Carbide Chemical Vapor Deposition,” Mater. Res. Soc. Proc. 250 (1992), 29-34, T. M. Besmann, B. M. Gallois, J. W. Warren, eds.
  5. D. Allendorf, T. H. Osterheld, C. F. Melius “The Decomposition of Methyltrichlorosilane: Studies in a High-Temperature Flow Reactor,” Gas-Phase and Surface Chemistry in Electronic Materials Processing, Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. 334 (1994), 105-111, T. J. Mountziaris, P. R. Westmoreland, F. T. J. Smith, G. R. Paz-Pujalt, eds.
  6. D. Allendorf, C. F. Melius, and T. H. Osterheld “Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Methyltrichlorosilane Decomposition,” Proc. Twelfth International Symp. Chem. Vapor Deposition, Electrochemical Society Proceedings Series, Pennington 93-2 (1993), 20.
  7. R. Vosen, J. O. Keller, T. T. Bramlette, M. D. Allendorf, R. Kaminsky, S. M. Thornberg “A Pulsating Combustion-Based Volatile Organic-Compound Destruction Technique,” Proc. Incineration Conf., (1993), 177.
  8. D. Allendorf, D. A. Outka “The Reactivity of HCl and Methyltrichlorosilane with Silicon Carbide Surfaces,” Mater. Res. Soc. Proc. 282 (1993), 439-444, C. R. Abernathy, C. W. Bates, Jr., D. A. Bohling, W. S. Hobson, eds.
  9. D. Allendorf, R. H. Hurt “A New Process for Low-Cost Production of Ceramic Composites,” Materials Technology 9 (1994), 2.
  10. D. Allendorf, C. L. Janssen, M. E. Colvin, C. F. Melius, I. M. B. Nielsen, T. H. Osterheld, P. Ho “Thermochemistry of Gas-Phase Species Relevant to Titanium Nitride CVD,” Process Control, Diagnostics, and Modeling in Semiconductor Manufacturing I, The Electrochemical Society, Pennington, NJ 95-2 (1995), 393.
  11. H. Osterheld, M. D. Allendorf “The Decomposition of Methyltrichlorosilane in Hydrogen and Helium,” Chemical Vapor Deposition of Refractory Ceramics and Metals III, Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc., Pittsburgh 363 (1995), 27-32, M. A. Pickering, B. M. Gallois, W. Y. Lee, eds.
  12. D. Allendorf, T. H. Osterheld “Modeling the Gas-Phase Chemistry of Silicon Carbide Formation,” Chemical Vapor Deposition of Refractory Ceramics and Metals III, Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc., Pittsburgh 363 (1995), 39-44, M. A. Pickering, B. M. Gallois, W. Y. Lee, eds.
  13. S. Larson, M. D. Allendorf “A Reaction Mechanism for Titanium Nitride CVD from TiCl4and NH3,” Proc. 13th Int. Symp. Chem. Vapor Dep., The Electrochemical Society, Pennington, NJ 96-5 (1996), 41-46.
  14. D. Allendorf, T. H. Osterheld “Chemical Reactions in the CVD of Boron Nitride From BCl3and NH3,” Thirteenth Int. Symp. Chem. Vapor Dep., The Electrochemical Society, Pennington, NJ 96-5 (1996), 16-22.
  15. T. Schulberg, M. D. Allendorf, D. A. Outka “The Interaction of HCl with Polycrystalline-Silicon Carbide: Evidence for a Site-Blocking Mechanism for HCl Inhibition of SiC CVD,” Covalent Ceramics III:  Science and Technology of Non-Oxides, Materials Research Society 410 (1996), 471-476.
  16. T. Schulberg, M. D. Allendorf, D. A. Outka “The Reaction of NH3with TiN:  Implications for CVD,” Covalent Ceramics III:  Science and Technology of Non-Oxides, Materials Research Society 410 (1996), 453-458.
  17. D. Allendorf, C. F. Melius, T. H. Osterheld “A Model of the Gas-Phase Chemistry of Boron Nitride CVD from BCl3and NH3,” Covalent Ceramics III:  Science and Technology of Non-Oxides, Materials Research Society 410 (1996), 459-464.
  18. H. Osterheld, M. D. Allendorf “The Chemistry of Boron and Titanium Diboride Formation: Decomposition of TiCl4 and BCl3 in Hydrogen and Helium,” Covalent Ceramics III:  Science and Technology of Non-Oxides, Materials Research Society 410 (1996), 465-470.
  19. D. Allendorf, A. Arsenlis, R. Bastasz, G. H. Evans, R. S. Larson, M. T. Schulberg “Deposition Of Titanium Nitride Films In A Stagnation Flow Reactor And Comparison With Model Predictions,” Second Int. Symp. Process Control, Diagnostics, and Modeling in Semiconductor Manufacturing, The Electrochemical Society, Pennington, NJ 97-9 (1997), 291-299, M. Meyyappan, D. J. Economou, S. W. Butler, eds.
  20. Teyssandier, M. D. Allendorf “Gas-Phase Kinetics in the Ti-Cl-H System,” Chemical Vapor Deposition, Proc. CVDXIV/EUROCVD 11, The Electrochemical Society, Pennington, NJ 97-25 (1997), 15.
  21. F. Melius, M. D. Allendorf “Quantum Chemistry: A Review of Ab Initio Methods and Their Use in Predicting Thermochemical Data for CVD Processes,” Chemical Vapor Deposition, Proc. CVDXIV/EUROCVD 11, The Electrochemical Society, Pennington, NJ 97-25 (1997), 1.
  22. H. McDaniel, M. D. Allendorf “The Reactions of BCl3and NH3 Relevant to the CVD of Boron Nitride,” Chemical Vapor Deposition, Proc. CVDXIV/EUROCVD 11, The Electrochemical Society, Pennington, NJ 97-25 (1997), 40.
  23. D. Allendorf, A. H. McDaniel “Kinetics of Reactions Relevant to the Chemical Vapor Deposition of Indium Compounds,” Chemical Aspects of Electronic Ceramics Processing, Materials Research Society 495 (1998), 125-130.
  24. E. Spear, M. D. Allendorf “Mechanisms of Silica Refractory Corrosion in Glass Melting Furnaces: Equilibrium Calculations,” Per Kofstad Memorial Symposium on High Temperature Corrosion and Materials Chemistry, The Electrochemical Society Proceedings Series (Pennington) 99-38 (1999), 439-448.
  25. D. Allendorf, C. F. Melius, A. H. McDaniel in “Thermochemistry and Kinetics of Gas-Phase Reactions Relevant to the CVD of Coatings: New Data for Process Models”, Properties and Processing of Vapor-Deposited Coatings, Materials Research Society Proceedings Series 555 (1999), 121-134, M. Pickering, B.W. Sheldon, W.Y. Lee, R.N. Johnson, eds.
  26. D. Allendorf, C. F. Melius “G2 Predictions of Group-III Thermochemistry: Compounds Containing Aluminum,” Fundamental Gas-Phase and Surface Chemistry of Vapor Deposition Processes, The Electrochemical Society Proceedings Series (Pennington) 98-23 (1999), 28.
  27. Teyssandier, M. D. Allendorf, A. Ho “Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Gas-Phase Reactions in the Ti-C-Cl-H System,” Fundamental Gas-Phase and Surface Chemistry of Vapor Deposition Processes, The Electrochemical Society Proceedings Series (Pennington) 98-23 (1999), 313.
  28. H. McDaniel, M. D. Allendorf “The Pyrolytic Behavior of Trimethylindium in Flow-Tube Reactors,” Fundamental Gas-Phase and Surface Chemistry of Vapor Deposition Processes, The Electrochemical Society Proceedings Series (Pennington) 98-23 (1999), 52.
  29. D. Allendorf “Research Needs for Coatings on Glass. Summary of the U.S. Department of Energy Roadmapping Workshop,” Proc. Third Int. Conf. Coatings on Glass (Oct. 29 – Nov. 2, 2000), Maastricht, The Netherlands, 3.
  30. de Persis, F. Teyssandier, A. H. McDaniel, M. D. Allendorf “Influence of Carbon Precursor on the Gas-Phase Chemistry of the Ti-C-Cl-H System,” Proc. Fifteenth Int. Symp. Chem. Vapor Dep., The Electrochemical Society Proceedings Series (Pennington) (2000), 2000-13, 75.
  31. Raffy, M. D. Allendorf; E. Blanquet; C. F. Melius “Gas-Phase Chemistry in the CVD of Silicon Carbide: Theoretical Study of the Reactions SiH2+CH4, SiH2+C2H2, and SiH2+C2H4,” Proc. Fifteenth Int. Symp. Chem. Vapor Dep., The Electrochemical Society Proceedings Series (Pennington) 2000-13 (2000), 14.
  32. Wohlfart, A. Devi, W. Rogge, R. A. Fischer, J. Schäfer, J. Wolfrum, M. D. Allendorf, C. F. Melius “Growth Kinetics and Mechanistic Studies of GaN Thin Films Grown by OMVPE Using (N3)2Ga[(CH2)3NMe2] as Single Source Precursor,” Proc. Fifteenth Int. Symp. Chem. Vapor Dep., The Electrochemical Society Proceedings Series (Pennington) 2000-13 (2000), 697.
  33. Bastasz, M. D. Allendorf “Probing the Adsorption of Fluorine on Aluminum (111) Surfaces by Low-Energy Ion Scattering and Density Functional Calculations,” Fundamental Gas-Phase and Surface Chemistry of Vapor Deposition Processes II, The Electrochemical Society Proceedings Series 2001-13 (2001), 59, M. Swihart, M. D. Allendorf, eds.
  34. E. Spear, M. D. Allendorf “Thermodynamic Analysis of Alumina Refractory Corrosion by Sodium Hydroxide in Glass Melting Furnaces,” High Temperature Corrosion and Materials Chemistry III, The Electrochemical Society Proceedings Series 2001-12 (2001), 274, E. J. Opila, M. D. McNallan, eds.
  35. S. Tranter, H. Ramamoorthy, A. Raman, K. Brezinsky, M. D. Allendorf “High-Pressure Single-Pulse Shock Tube Investigation of Rich and Stoichiometric Ethane Oxidation,” Twenty-Ninth Symp. (Int.) Combust. (April, 2002), 1267.
  36. D. Allendorf, A. H. McDaniel, T. A. M. B. van Mol “Decomposition of monobutyltintrichloride in a high temperature flow reactor: rate constants and product formation” Proc. 4th Int. Conf. Coatings on Glass, Braunschweig, Germany (November 4–7, 2002), 195.
  37. D. Allendorf, I. M. B. Nielsen, C. F. Melius, T. A. M. B. van Mol, “Thermodynamics and reaction pathways in the decomposition, oxidation, and hydrolysis of monbutyltintrichloride,” Proc. 16th Int. Symp. Chemical Vapor Deposition/EUROCVD-14, The Electrochemical Society Proceedings Series, 2003-08, 55.
  38. M. B. van Mol, M. D. Allendorf “Decomposition, Oxidation, and Hydrolysis Kinetics of Monobutyltintrichloride,” Proc. 16th Int. Conf. Chem. Vapor Dep./EUROCVD-14, The Electrochemical Society Proceedings Series, 2003-08, 65.
  39. D. Allendorf, R. H. Nilson, B. Bugeat, U. Ghani, O Marin, K. E. Spear, P. M. Walsh, A. Gupta, H. E. Wolfe, G. A. Pecoraro “Analytical Models For High-Temperature Corrosion of Silica Refractories In Glass-Melting Furnaces,” Adv. Fusion and Processing of Glass III, Ceramic Trans. Amer. Ceram. Soc. (Westerville) 141 (2004), 163-178.
  40. E. Spear, T. M. Besmann, M. D. Allendorf, “Modeling the Equilibrium Behavior of Chemically Complex Oxide Glass Solutions,” High Temperature Corrosion and Materials Chemistry V, The Electrochemical Society, Pennington, NJ 2004-16 (2004), 318-334, eds. E. Opila, J. Fergus, T. Maruyama, J. Mizusaki, T. Narita, D. Shifler, E. Wuchina.
  41. Chae, M. D. Allendorf “The Effect of Ozone on the Growth Rate of Tin Oxide from Monobutyltintrichloride,” Proc. EUROCVD-15, The Electrochemical Society Proceedings Series 2005-09 (2005), 57.
  42. M. Besmann, N. S. Kulkarni, K. E. Spear, J. D. Vienna, M. D. Allendorf “Modified Associate Species Approach To Phase Equilibria Prediction For Oxide Glass Systems,” Ceramic Transactions 170 (2005); 81-89.
  43. E. Miller, L. R. Evans, J. N. Stuecker, M. D. Allendorf, N. P. Siegel, R. B. Diver “Materials Development for the CR5 Solar Thermochemical Heat Engine,” Proceedings of the ASME International Solar Energy Conference (2006), ISEC2006-99152, 311-320, Best paper Award Published: 2007.
  44. B. Diver Jr., J. A. Miller, M. D. Allendorf, N. P. Siegel, R. E. Hogan “Solar Thermochemical Water-Splitting Ferrite-Cycle Heat Engines,” Proceedings of the ASME International Solar Energy Conference (2006), ISEC2006-99147, 301-309, Best paper Award Published: 2007.
  45. D. Allendorf, J. E. Miller, N. P. Siegle, R. B. Diver Jr. “Thermodynamic Analysis Of Mixed-Metal Ferrites For Hydrogen Production By Two-Step Water Splitting,” Proc. ISEC, Proceedings of the ASME International Solar Energy Conference (2006), ISEC2006-99114, 285-290, Best paper Award Published: 2007.
  46. P. Doty, C. A. Bauer, P. G. Grant, B. A. Simmons, A. J. Skulan, M. D. Allendorf “Radioluminescence and radiation effects in metal organic framework materials,” Penetrating Radiation Systems And Applications VIII, Proceedings Of The Society Of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE) 6707 (2007), F7070-F7070.
  47. Andruszkiewicz, A. Choudhury, R. T. J. Houk, X. Lin, P. J. Hesketh, M. D. Allendorf “Microfabricated Cantilever Sensors and Microfluidic Packaging for Sensors,” Int. Conf. MEMS, Madras, India (Jan. 3, 2009).
  48. J. T. Houk, J. H. Lee, M. D. Allendorf, et al. “Metal Organic Films for Tailorable Chemical Sensing on Microcantilevers,” 1st International Symposium on Emerging Materials for Post-CMOS Applications held at the 215th Meeting of the Electrochemical-Society, San Francisco, CA, Source: 35 Years of Chemical Sensors – An Honarary Symposium for Professor Jiri Janata’s 70th birthday celebration, Book Series: ECS Transactions 19 (2009), Issue: 6, 267-278.
  49. D. Allendorf, A. H. McDaniel, J. Scheffe, A. W. Weimer “Phase equilibrium modeling of CO2 and H2O splitting by ferrites,” Proc. SolarPACES (2009), ISBN 978-3-00-028756-8.
  50. D. Allendorf, R. J. T. Houk, R. Bhakta, I. M. B. Nielsen, F. P. Doty “Scintillating Metal Organic Frameworks: A New Class of Radiation Detection Materials,” Nuclear Radiation Detection Materials, Mater. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. Warrendale, PA 1164 (2009), 81-91, D.L. Perry, A. Burger, L. Franks, K. Yasuda, M. Fiederle, eds.
  51. H. Lee, R. T. J. Houk, A. Robinson, J. A. Greathouse, S. M. Thornberg, M. D. Allendorf, P. J. Hesketh, “Investigation of Microcantilever Array with Ordered Nanoporous Coatings for Selective Chemical Detection,” Proceedings of SPIE, Micro- and Nanotechnology Sensors, Systems, and Applications II 7679 (2010), No.7679-27.
  52. T. Meek, R. J. T. Houk, F. P. Doty, M. D. Allendorf “Luminescent Metal-Organic Frameworks: A Nanolaboratory for Probing Energy Transfer via Interchromophore Interactions,” ECS Trans., Proc. Nanoscale Luminescent Materials Symposium April 25 – 27, 2010, Vancouver, Canada 28 (2010), 137 – 143.
  53. E. Miller, R. B. Diver, N. P. Siegel, E. N. Coker, A. Ambrosini, D. E. Dedrick, M. D. Allendorf, A. H. McDaniel, G. L. Kellogg, R. E. Hogan, K. S. Chen, E. B. Stechel “Sunshine to Petrol: A Metal Oxide-Based Thermochemical Route to Solar Fuels,” in Energy Technology 2010, Neale R. Neelameggham, Ramana G. Reddy, Cynthia K. Belt, Ann M. Hagni, and Subodh Das, Eds., TMS (The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society), 2010.
  54. L. Feng, J. Branson, K. Hattar, G. Vizkelethy, M. D. Allendorf, F. P. Doty “Designing Metal-Organic Frameworks for Radiation Detection,” Nucl. Instr. Meth. A, Proceedings of SORMA2010 conference, 652 (2011) 295.
  55. Ellern, A. Venkatasubramanian, J. H. Lee, P. J. Hesketh, V. Stavila, M.D.Allendorf, A.L. Robinson “Characterization of PiezoresistiveMicrocantilever Sensors with Metal Organic Frameworks for the Detection of Volatile Organic Compounds,” in press, Proc. The Electrochem. Soc. Fall 2012 Meeting.
  56. Ellern, P. J. Hesketh, A. Venkatasubramanian, J. H. Lee, V. Stavila, M. D. Allendorf, A. L. Robinson “Reliability of Piezoresistive Microcantilever Sensors with Metal Organic Frameworks for Gas Detection Applications” 10th International Workshop on Nanomechanical Sensing, Stanford, CA, May 1-3, 2013.
  57. E. Miller, A. Ambrosini, E. N. Coker, M. D. Allendorf, A. H. McDaniel “Advancing oxide materials for thermochemical production of solar fuels,” Energy Procedia (Solar PACES 2013), www.sciencedirect.com.
  58. Leong, M. E. Foster, B. M. Wong, E. D. Spoerke, D. Gough, J. C. Deaton, M. D. Allendorf “Nano-Ordering of Donor-Acceptor Interactions Using Metal-Organic Frameworks as Scaffolds” Photovoltaics for the 21st Century 9, ECS Transactions, Fall 2013 meeting of The Electrochemical Society, San Francisco, 2013.
  59. J Erickson; F. Leonard; V.N. Stavila; M.E. Foster; C.D. Spataru; R. Jones; B. Foley; P. Hopkins; M.D. Allendorf; A.A. Talin “Thin film thermoelectric metal-organic framework with high Seebeck coefficient and low thermal conductivity.” Conference on Low-Dimensional Materials and Device, San Diego, CA, 2015.
  60. S. Kang, T. Ogitsu, S. A. Bonev, T. W. Heo, M. D. Allendorf, B. C. Wood “Understanding charge transfer at Mg/MgH2 interfaces for hydrogen storage,” in B. Yildiz, S. Adler, T. Ivers, T. Kawada Eds. Solid-Gas Electrochemical Interfaces 2, ECS Trans. 77 (2017), 81.

Edited Books

  1. “Proceedings of the Thirteenth Int. Conf. on Chemical Vapor Deposition,” The Electrochemical Society, M. Besmann, M. D. Allendorf, McD. Robinson, R. K. Ulrich, eds., Pennington, NH, Vol. 96-5, 1996.
  2. “Proceedings of the Fourteenth Int. Conf. on Chemical Vapor Deposition,” The Electrochemical Society, D. Allendorf, and C. Bernard, eds., Pennington, NH, Vol. 97-25, 1997.
  3. “Fundamental Gas-Phase and Surface Chemistry of Vapor Deposition Processes,” The Electrochemical Society, D. Allendorf, M. R. Zachariah, L. Mountziaris, A. H. McDaniel, eds., Pennington, NH, Vol. 98-23, 1999.
  4. “Proceedings of the Fifteenth Int. Conf. on Chemical Vapor Deposition,” The Electrochemical Society. D. Allendorf, M. L. Hitchman, eds., Pennington, NJ, Vol. 2000-13, 2000.
  5. “Fundamental Gas-Phase and Surface Chemistry of Vapor Deposition Processes II” The Electrochemical Society, M. Swihart, M. D. Allendorf, M. Meyyappan, eds., Pennington, NJ, Vol. 2001-13.
  6. “Proceedings of the 16th Int. Symp. on Chemical Vapor Deposition and EUROCVD-14,” The Electrochemical Society, D. Allendorf, F. Maury, F. Teyssandier, eds., Pennington, NJ
  7. “Proceedings of EUROCVD-15,” The Electrochemical Society Proceedings Series, Devi, R. A. Fischer, H. Parala, M. D. Allendorf, M. L. Hitchman, eds., Pennington, NJ, PV2005-09, 2005.

Book Chapters

  1. D. Allendorf, A. M. B. van Mol “Gas-Phase Thermochemistry and Mechanism of Organometallic Tin Oxide Precursors,” Topics in Organometallic Chem., Springer, Berlin, vol. 9, p. 1, 2005.
  2. D. Allendorf, A. Bétard, R. A. Fischer “Growth of MOF Thin Films for Sensor Applications,” Applications of Metal-Organic Frameworks, D. Farrusseng, ed., Wiley-VCH Weinheim, published July 2011.
  3. J. Perry IV, C. A. Bauer, M. D. Allendorf Luminescent Metal-Organic Frameworks,” Applications of Metal-Organic Frameworks, D. Farrsseng, ed., Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, published July 2011.

Invited presentations

  1. M. D. Allendorf “Thermochemistry and Kinetics of Gas-Phase Reactions in the CVD of Ceramic Materials,” presented at Stanford University, February 7, 1996.
  2. M. D. Allendorf “Kinetics of Gas-Phase and Surface Reactions in the CVD of Ceramic Materials,” presented at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, Washington, DC, April 10, 1996.
  3. M. D. Allendorf “Thermochemistry and Kinetics of Gas-Phase Reactions in the Chemical Vapor Deposition of Ceramic Materials” presented at NASA Ames Research Center, March 13, 1997.
  4. M. D. Allendorf “Gas-Phase Thermochemistry and Kinetics Relevant to the CVD of Ceramic Materials: New Data for Process Models,” presented at Laboratoire de Thermodynamique et Physicochimie Metallurgiques, Centre National de Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Grenoble, France, September, 1997.
  5. M. D. Allendorf “Gas-Phase Thermochemistry and Kinetics Relevant to the CVD of Ceramic Materials: New Data for Process Models,” presented at Institut de Science et de Génie des Matériaux et Procédés, CNRS, Perpignan, France, September, 1997.
  6. M. D. Allendorf “Gas-Phase Thermochemistry and Kinetics Relevant to the CVD of Ceramic Coatings: New Data for Process Models,” presented at Int. Conf. Met. Coatings Thin Films, San Diego, April, 1998.
  7. M. D. Allendorf, S. Ferko, A. McDaniel, C. F. Melius “Thermochemistry and Kinetics for CVD Modeling: Good News and Bad News,” presented at Gordon Conf/HTChem., July 21, 1998.
  8. M. D. Allendorf, C. F. Melius, A. H. McDaniel “Thermochemistry and Kinetics of Gas-Phase Reactions Relevant to the CVD of Coatings: New Data for Process Models,” presented in Properties and Processing of Vapor Deposited Coatings, Fall Meeting of the Materials Research Society, November 31 – December 4, 1998.
  9. M. D. Allendorf “High-Temperature Thermochemistry and Kinetics for Modeling CVD: A Shotgun Marriage Between Experiments and Theory,” presented in the Dept. of Materials Science, Penn State University, December 3, 1998.
  10. C. F. Melius, M. D. Allendorf “The Determination of Thermochemical Data for CVD Using Ab Initio Quantum Chemistry Methods,” CALPHAD XXVIII, Grenoble, France, May 2-7, 1999.
  11. M. D. Allendorf, A. H. McDaniel, C. F. Melius, F. Teyssandier, C. Raffy “Thermochemistry and Kinetics of Chemical Reactions Relevant to the CVD of Ceramics and Hard Coatings: An Integrated Experimental and Modeling Approach,” Fall Meeting of the AIChE, Dallas, TX, November 1, 1999.
  12. M. D. Allendorf “Thermochemistry and Kinetics of Chemical Reactions Relevant to CVD: New data for Process Models,” Corning/Sullivan Park Research Center, Corning, NY, December 8, 1999.
  13. A. H. McDaniel, M. D. Allendorf “Advanced Microanalytical Devices for On-line Process Monitoring of CVD Reactors in a Float Glass Facility,” IFPAC Conference, Las Vegas, January 27, 2000.
  14. M. D. Allendorf, K. E. Spear “Thermodynamic Analysis of Silica Refractory Corrosion in Glass-Melting Furnaces,” Glass and Optical Materials Division Meeting of the American Ceramic Society, Corning, NY, October 1-4, 2000.
  15. M. D. Allendorf, “Research Needs for Coatings on Glass: Summary of the U.S. Department Of Energy Roadmapping Workshop,” keynote lecture, Third Int. Conf. Coatings on Glass, Maastricht, The Netherlands, October 29 - November 2, 2000.
  16. M. D. Allendorf “Gas-Phase Chemistry in the On-Line Deposition of Coatings on Float Glass,” Int. Conf. Metallurgical Coatings and Thin Films, San Diego, April 30 - May 4, 2001.
  17. M. D. Allendorf “Thermodynamic and Transport Modeling of Refractory Corrosion in Glass-Melting Furnaces,” PPG Glass Technology Center, Cheswick, PA, May 16, 2001.
  18. M. D. Allendorf “Using Theory and Experiment to Understand the Chemistry of Chemical Vapor Deposition,” PPG Glass Technology Center, Cheswick, PA, May 15, 2001.
  19. K. E. Spear, M. D. Allendorf “Thermodynamic Calculations Involving Reactions between Glass and Refractories,” American Ceramic Soc. 104th Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO, April 28 – May 1, 2002.
  20. M. D. Allendorf, “Soup to Nuts Modeling of High-Temperature Chemistry in Industrial Processes: Quantum Chemistry to Experimental Validation,” Dept. of Chemistry, Univ. Stratheclyde, Glasgow, Scotland, December 6, 2002.
  21. M. D. Allendorf “Modeling High-Temperature Chemistry in Industrial Processes: Quantum Chemistry to Experimental Validation,” Dept. of Chem. Eng., Univ. Louisville, February 26, 2003.
  22. M. Allendorf, R. Nilson, B. Bugeat, A. Gupta, O. Marin, K. E. Spear “Analytical Models For High- Temperature Corrosion Of Silica Refractories In Glass-Melting Furnaces,” 7th Int. Conf. Adv. Fusion Processing of Glass, Rochester, NY, July 27-30, 2003.
  23. M. D. Allendorf “µChemLab™: A Hand-Portable Microanalytical Instrument for BioAnalysis,” Sandia National Laboratories, Center 1700, May 19, 2004.
  24. T. A. M. B. van Mol, Y. Chae, A. H. McDaniel, M. D. Allendorf “Chemical vapour deposition of tin oxide: fundamentals and applications,” keynote lecture, 5th Int. Conf. Coatings on Glass, Saarbruecken, Germany, July 4–8, 2004.
  25. M. D. Allendorf “Quantum Chemistry, the Web, and You: Using Computers to Generate a Really Useful Thermodynamic Database,” CHEMKIN workshop, Int. Comb. Symp. Chicago, IL, July 25, 2004.
  26. M. D. Allendorf “Quantum Chemistry for the Masses: Development of an On-Line Thermochemical Database (with illustrations from the MOCVD of 4th-Row Main Group Oxides),” Ruhr Universität Bochum, Inorganic and Physical seminar series, December 10, 2004.
  27. M. D. Allendorf “Ab Initio Predictions of Thermochemistry for Gas-Phase Tin, Indium, and Antimony Compounds Relevant to CVD Coatings on Glass,” TNO TPD, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, December, 2004.
  28. M. D. Allendorf “µChemLab™: A Hand-Portable Microanalytical Instrument for BioAnalysis (and other tales of why small is big…),” Georgia Tech, March 10, 2005.
  29. R. A. Fischer, S. Hermes, F. Schröder, C. Wöll, M. Allendorf, “Metal@MOFs: perspectives of metal organic open frameworks as novel host matrices for imbedding functional nanoparticles,invited lecture, SAMIC Trends in Nanoscience conference, Bressanone, Italy, December 4-7, 2005.
  30. M. D. Allendorf “Reflections on a Career at a National Laboratory,” invited lecture, University of California, Davis Laboratory Management Institute 2005-2006 Postdoctoral Program, June 6, 2006.
  31. T. M. Besmann, N. S. Kulkarni, K. E. Spear, M. D. Allendorf “Thermochemical Modeling of High Temperature Behavior of Chemically Complex Oxide Glass Solutions,” Int. Conference on Glass, Sunderland, United Kingdom, September, 2006.
  32. M. D. Allendorf “Metal Organic Frameworks: Nanoporous Materials for Sensing, Separations, and More,” Dept. of Chemical Engineering, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, October 12, 2006.
  33. N. Siegel, J. E. Miller, M. D. Allendorf, R. J. Diver “Hydrogen Production Research in the United States,” keynote lecture, Fusion 2007 symposium, Nagata, Japan, January 10-12, 2007.
  34. J. E. Miller, M. D. Allendorf, R. B. Diver, L. R. Evans, N. P. Siegel, J. N. Stuecker “Metal Oxide Composites and Structures for Ultra-High Temperature Solar Thermochemical Cycles,” plenary lecture, Int. Symp. Reactivity of Solids, Minneapolis, MN, June 3–6, 2007.
  35. M.D. Allendorf “Metal Organic Frameworks: Novel Nanoporous Materials for Sensing Applications,” Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of California, Berkeley, April 18, 2008.
  36. J. E. Miller, R. B. Diver, N. P. Siegel, M. D. Allendorf, E. B. Stechel “Sunshine to petrol: Solar thermochemical splitting of carbon dioxide and water,” ACS 2009 Spring meeting, Salt Lake City, March 23– 26, 2009.
  37. M. D. Allendorf “Chemical Detection using Flexible Metal-Organic Frameworks,” SPIE Defense, Security, and Sensing Conference, Orlando, FL April 12 – 16, 2009.
  38. M. D. Allendorf, R. J. T. Houk, R. J. Bhakta, I. M. B. Nielsen, F. P. Doty “Scintillating Metal Organic Frameworks: A New Class of Radiation Detection Materials,” MRS 2009 Spring Meeting, San Francisco, April 13 – 17, 2009.
  39. M. Allendorf, R. Houk, P. Doty, N. Chang, R. Bhakta, B. Jacobs, P. Hesketh “Chemical and radiation sensing using metal-organic frameworks,” Opening Plenary, MOFCATS Workshop, Oslo, Norway, June 17–19, 2009.
  40. M. D. Allendorf “Applications of Metal-Organic Frameworks Beyond Hydrogen Storage: Way Beyond,” National Institutes of Standards and Technology, August 19, 2009.
  41. M. D. Allendorf “Applications of Metal-Organic Frameworks to Chemical and Radiation Detection, Nanoscale Cluster Templating, and Beyond,” Inorganic Chemistry Lecture Series, University of California, Berkeley, October 2, 2009.
  42. J. Miller, R. Diver, N. Siegel, E. Coker, A. Ambrosini, D. Dedrick, M. Allendorf, G. Kellogg, R. Hogan, E. Stechel, K. Chen “Sunshine to Petrol: A Metal Oxide-Based Thermochemical Route to Solar Fuels,” Energy Symposiums 2010 of TMS Annual Meeting, Seattle, February, 2010, Best Paper award.
  43. M. Allendorf, V. Stavila, K. C. Kim, D. Sholl “Combining First Principles and Thermodynamic Calculations to Predict Evolution of Impurity Gases from Metal Hydrides,” 2010 ACS Spring meeting, San Francisco, CA, March 21-25, 2010.
  44. M. D. Allendorf “Metal-Organic Frameworks: Versatile Materials for Chemical and Radiation Detection Nanoscale Cluster Templating, and More,” MESA Technology series, Sandia National Laboratories, May 6, 2010.
  45. M. D. Allendorf “Metal-Organic Frameworks: Versatile Materials for Chemical and Radiation Detection, Nanoscale Cluster Templating, and More,” Dept. of Chemistry, University of California, San Diego, May 14, 2010.
  46. M. D. Allendorf, G. H. Evans, B. W. Jacobs, A. H. McDaniel, J. E. Miller, J. Scheffe, A. W. Weimer “Thermodynamic and Kinetic Investigations of Thermochemical Gas Splitting,” ETH, Zurich, Switzerland, July 1, 2010.
  47. M. D. Allendorf, G. H. Evans, B. W. Jacobs, A. H. McDaniel, J. E. Miller, J. Scheffe, A. W. Weimer “Kinetics of CO2 and H2O splitting by mixed-metal ferrites: an experimental and computational investigation,” 1st International Conference on Materials for Energy, Karlsruhe, Germany, July 5–8, 2010.
  48. P. L Feng, F. P. Doty, J. J. Perry, S. T. Meek, M. D. Allendorf “MOF-based Scintillators,” X-Ray, Gamma- Ray, and Particle Technologies; Penetrating Radiation Systems and Applications XI (Conference 7806), SPIE Conference, San Diego, August 2–6, 2010.
  49. M. D. Allendorf, B. W. Jacobs, R. J. T. Houk, Y. Kobayashi, B. Wiers, J. R. Long, A. A. Talin, P. J. Hesketh, J. H. Lee, A. Venkatasubramanian “Manipulation of MOFs for Device Fabrication,” MOF2010 Conference, September 5-8, 2010.
  50. M. D. Allendorf “Integration of MOF Thin Films with Mechanical Sensors for Chemical Detection,” PITTCON, Atlanta, GA, March 13–18, 2011.
  51. M. D. Allendorf and J. E. Miller "Solar fuel production using thermochemical cycles: a challenging materials problem," Harvard University School of Engineering and Applied Science, April 21, 2011.
  52. A.H. McDaniel, J.R. Scheffe, V.J. Aston, D. Arifin, E.N. Coker, J.E. Miller, M.D. Allendorf, and A.W. Weimer “High Temperature Splitting of Water and Carbon Dioxide Using Complex Oxides as a Route to Solar Fuels”, 242nd Annual Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Denver CO, August 2011.
  53. M. D. Allendorf "Chemical and Radiation Detection Using Metal-Organic Frameworks," Gordon Research Conference on Nanoporous Materials, Holderness School, Aug. 7-12, 2011.
  54. M. D. Allendorf "Manipulation of MOFs for Device Fabrication," UOP LLC Invitational Lecture Series, Des Plains, IL, May 4, 2011.
  55. M.  D.  Allendorf  "Chemical  and  Radiation  Detection  Using  Metal-Organic  Frameworks,"  GE  Global Research Center June 7-8, 2011, Niskayuna, NY.
  56. M. D. Allendorf "Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs): Charting a course to device integration," SPIE Nanoepitaxy symposium, San Diego, CA, Aug. 24, 2011.
  57. M. D. Allendorf, T. R. Zeitler, J. A. Greathouse "Metal-organic frameworks for greenhouse gas detection," ACS Fall 2011 Meeting, Denver, CO, Aug. 29, 2011.
  58. M. D. Allendorf, A. H. McDaniel, J. E. Miller, E. N. Coker, A. Ambrosini, T. Aston, A. Weimer, J. Scheffe “Solar Fuel Production Using Thermochemical Cycles: A Challenging Materials Problem,” Fall Meeting of The Electrochemical Society, Boston, MA, October 9-14, 2011.
  59. M. D. Allendorf “Nano-to-Macro Materials Solutions to Renewable Energy Production and Storage,” Dept. of Mech. Eng., Univ. Maryland, College Park, Oct. 14, 2011.
  60. M. D. Allendorf “Luminescent metal-organic frameworks (MOFs): a Nanolaboratory for Photophysics,” MIT Center for Excitonics Lecture Series,” Cambridge, Massachusetts, February 7, 2012.
  61. M. D. Allendorf, A. H. McDaniel, A. Ambrosini, E. N. Coker, J. E. Miller, E. B. Stechel “Solar-Driven Fuel Production Using Metal Oxide Thermochemical Cycles,” Materials Challenges in Alternative & Renewable Energy 2012 (MCARE), Clearwater, FL, February 26 – March 1, 2012.
  62. M. D. Allendorf “Tuning Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Complex Metal Hydrides Using Ordered Nanoporous Templates,” Spring 2012 MRS (hydrogen storage), San Francisco, CA, April 9-13, 2012.
  63. M. D. Allendorf “Connecting Structure with Function: MOFs for Chemical and Radiation Detection,” DFG Priority Program on MOFs, Topical Workshop for PhD Students: MOF-Based Chemical Sensors, Munich, Germany, March 12–13, 2012.
  64. M. D. Allendorf “The Power of Empty Space,” Valley Study Group, Pleasanton, CA, June 13, 2012.
  65. M. D. Allendorf “Research Connections with Sandia National Laboratories,” University-Government- Industry Micro-Nano Conference, July 9-11, 2012, Berkeley, CA.
  66. M. D. Allendorf, M. Foster, D. Gough, T. N. Lambert, K. Leong, S. T. Meek, E. D. Spoerke, B. Wong “Controlling donor-acceptor interfaces in excitonic devices using nanoporous metal-organic framework templates,” ACS Fall 2012 Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, August 20–23, 2012.
  67. M. D. Allendorf “The Power of Empty Space: Manipulating MOFs for Device Applications,” Dept. of Chemistry, Washington University, St. Louis, MO Oct. 25, 2012.
  68. M. D. Allendorf “The Power of Empty Space: Manipulating MOFs for Device Applications,” Dept. of Physics, University of Missouri, St. Louis, MO, Oct. 26, 2012.
  69. M. D. Allendorf “Creating donor-acceptor interfaces for excitonic devices using nanoporous metal-organic frameworks,” Electronic Materials and Applications 2013 Conference, Orlando, FL, January 23-25, 2013.
  70. M. D. Allendorf “Manipulating MOFs for Nanoparticle, Thin Film, and Device Fabrication,” University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, January 25, 2013.
  71. V. Stavila, M. D. Allendorf “Metal-Organic Frameworks as Nanoreactors for Reversible De/Re- hydrogenation Reactions,” 245th ACS National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, April 7-11, 2013.
  72. M. D. Allendorf, J. M. Denning, J. A. Greathouse, A. L. Robinson, V. Stavila, T. R. Zeitler, I. Ellern, P. J. Hesketh “Integrating MOFs with MEMS devices for chemical sensing,” 245th ACS National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, April 7-11, 2013.
  73. M. D. Allendorf, “Nanoporosity and the Welcome Guest: Developing Metal-Organic Frameworks for Electronic Device Applications,” Dept. of Materials Science, Univ. of Cambridge, Cambridge, U.K. Sept. 9, 2013.
  74. M. D. Allendorf, A. A. Talin, J. A. Greathouse, T. N. Lambert, E. D. Spoerke, V. Stavila, B. M. Wong “The Power of Empty Space: Metal-Organic Frameworks as Electronic Materials,” Keynote lecture, EuroMat 2013, Seville, Spain, Sept. 9 – 13, 2013.
  75. M. D. Allendorf “The Power of Empty Space: Adventures in Chemistry at a National Laboratory,” Whittier College, Whittier, CA Feb. 21, 2014.
  76. M. D. Allendorf “Emergent Properties Using the Guest@MOF Concept,” invited presentation, Metal-Organic Frameworks: Experiments and Simulations, Telluride, CO, July 7 – 11, 2014.
  77. M. D. Allendorf “Pleasures and Pitfalls of Guest Molecules in MOFs,” invited presentation, Characterization of Nanoporous Materials workshop, Stanford University, Aug. 8, 2014.
  78. M. D. Allendorf “Nanoporosity and the Welcome Guest: Metal-Organic Frameworks as Active Components of Electronic Devices,” invited presentation, ACS Fall 2014 meeting, San Francisco, CA, Aug. 10 – 14, 2014.
  79. M. D. Allendorf, A. A. Talin, M. E. Foster, V. Stavila, F. Leonard “Molecule meets MOF: bridging the gap between organic and inorganic electronic materials,” invited presentation, SPIE Optics + Photonics conference, San Diego, CA Aug. 17 – 21, 2014.
  80. D. Allendorf “Molecule meets MOF: bridging the gap between organic and inorganic electronic materials,” IBM Almaden Research Center, San Jose, CA, Oct. 17, 2014.
  81. D. Allendorf “Molecule meets MOF: bridging the gap between organic and inorganic electronic materials,” Advanced Light Source Chemical Sciences Series Lecture, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA, Nov. 3, 2014.
  82. D. Allendorf “Why would we want an electrically conducting MOF??,” Dept. of Chemistry, Ruhr University, Bochum, Germany, Jan. 22, 2015.
  83. D. Allendorf “Guest@MOF: Emergent Properties for Electronic Device Applications,” Center for Organic Photonics and Electronics Research (OPERA), Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan, Feb. 13, 2015.
  84. D. Allendorf, V. Stavila, A. A. Talin, and Curtis D. Mowry “Chemical Detection Using Metal-Organic Framework Thin Films and Composites,” Pittcon, New Orleans, March 8 – 12, 2015.
  85. A. Talin, M. E. Foster, F. Léonard, K. Leong, C. D. Spataru, V. Stavila, M. D. Allendorf, “Emergent Electrical Properties Induced by Guest Molecules in Metal-Organic Frameworks,” MRS Spring 2015, San Francisco, CA, April 6 – 9, 2015.
  86. D. Allendorf “Molecule meets MOF: Bridging the Gap Between Organic and Inorganic Electronic Materials,” ICMAT 2015, Singapore, June 28 – July 3, 2015.
  87. D. Allendorf “Nanoporosity and the Welcome Guest: Developing Metal-Organic Frameworks for Hydrogen Storage, Catalysis, and Sensing,” Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE), Singapore, July 2, 2015.
  88. D. Allendorf “Nanoporosity and the Welcome Guest: Developing Metal-Organic Frameworks for Hydrogen Storage, Catalysis, and Sensing,” Dept. of Chem. Biomolec. Eng., Nat. Univ. Singapore, July 3, 2015.
  89. D. Allendorf ““Interactions of Light and Charge with Nanoporous MetalOrganic Frameworks,” IEEE San Francisco Bay Area Nanotechnology Council Chapter Seminar, Santa Clara, CA, July 21, 2015.
  90. D. Allendorf, M. E. Foster, S. M. George, D. K. Lancaster, K. Leong, L. Small, E. D. Spoerke, V. Stavila, J. S. Wheeler “Multifunctional Metal-Organic Frameworks for Next-Generation Dye Sensitized Solar Cells,” Fall ACS National Meeting, Boston, MA, Aug. 16 – 20, 2015.
  91. D. Allendorf, M. E. Foster, F. Léonard, C. D. Spataru, V. Stavila C. Schneider, R. A. Fischer, H. Mieno, C. Adachi “Metal-Organic Frameworks for Electronic and Photonic Device Applications,” Pacifichem, Honolulu, HI, Dec. 15 – 20, 2015.
  92. D. Allendorf “Hydrogen Materials Advanced Research Consortium,” Pacific Northwest National Laboratories, Richland, WA Jan. 19, 2016.
  93. D. Allendorf “Hydrogen Materials Advanced Research Consortium,” Toyota Central Research Laboratories, Nagoya, Japan Feb. 25, 2016.
  94. D. Allendorf, V. N Stavila, R. Parthasarathi, K. L. Sale, M. Kent, R. W. Davis “Metal-Organic Framework Catalysts for Lignin Valorization,” Energy Materials Nanotechnology: Organometallic Catalysis, Kona, HI, March 21 – 24, 2016.
  95. D. Allendorf, V. N Stavila, R. Parthasarathi, K. L. Sale, M. Kent, R. W. Davis “Metal-Organic Framework Catalysts for Lignin Valorization,” National Renewable Energy Laboratory seminar series, Golden, CO May 5, 2016.
  96. D. Allendorf, M. E. Foster, F. Léonard, V. Stavila, A. A. Talin, R. A. FischerIntegrating Molecules, Surfaces, and Devices to Achieve Emergent Properties in Metal-Organic Frameworks,” Heterogeneous Functional Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage, The Electrochemical Society Spring 2016 Meeting, San Diego, CA, May 29 – June 2, 2016.
  97. D. Allendorf “Molecular and Supramolecular Aspects of Guest-Infiltrated Copper Paddlewheel MOFs,” Int. Conf. Coordination Chem., Brest, France, July 3 – 8, 2016.
  98. Mark Allendorf “Where Does Hydrogen Fit in a Clean Energy Economy?” Lawrence Livermore Retirees Assoc., Livermore, CA, Oct. 11, 2016.
  99. D. Allendorf “Nanoporosity and the Welcome Guest: Metal-Organic Frameworks for Hydrogen Storage, Catalysis, and Energy Conversion,” Georgetown Univ., Washington, D.C. Nov. 18, 2016.
  100. D. Allendorf “Nanoporosity and the Welcome Guest: Metal-Organic Frameworks for Hydrogen Storage, Catalysis, and Energy Conversion,” George Washington Univ., Washington, D.C. Nov. 19, 2016.
  101. Mark Allendorf ““Nanoporosity and the Welcome Guest: Metal-Organic Frameworks for Hydrogen Storage, Catalysis, and Energy Conversion,” ASM Silicon Valley Section, Feb. 1, 2017.
  102. D. Allendorf “Nanoporosity and the Welcome Guest: Metal-Organic Frameworks for Hydrogen Storage, Catalysis, and Energy Conversion,” Washington State Univ., Pullman, WA, Feb. 6, 2017.
  103. Mark D. Allendorf, Vitalie Stavila, Brandon Wood, Keith Ray, Tae-Wook Heo, Jonathan R. I. Lee, James L. White, Rob Kolasinski, Farid El Gabaly, Lennie L. Klebanoff, Tom Autrey “Enabling Reversibility in Complex Metal Hydrides,” 11th International Symposium on Hydrogen and Energy, Kona, HI, Feb. 26 – Mar. 3, 2017.
  104. D. Allendorf “Nanoporosity and the Welcome Guest: Metal-Organic Frameworks for Hydrogen Storage, Catalysis, and Energy Conversion,” Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, MD, Feb. 6, 2017.
  105. Mark Allendorf “Where Does Hydrogen Fit in a Clean Energy Economy?” Seniors in Retirement, Livermore, CA, Mar. 28, 2017.
  106. D. Allendorf “Nanoporosity and the Welcome Guest: Metal-Organic Frameworks for Hydrogen Storage, Catalysis, and Energy Conversion,” Northwestern Univ., Evanston, IL, April 20, 2017.
  107. Mark D. Allendorf, Jonathan W. Brown, James L. White, Vitalie Stavila, Leonard E. Klebanoff “Catalytically functionalized nanoporous frameworks and carbons for chemical energy storage,” ACS Fall 2017 Meeting, Washington, D.C. Aug. 23, 2017.

Patents

  1. “Apparatus for measuring the concentration of a species at a distance,” U. S. Patent 7,027,150.
  2. “Hybrid Metal Organic Scintillator Materials System and Particle Detector,” U.S. Patent 7,985,868.
  3. “Method and Apparatus for Detecting an Analyte," U.S. Patent 8,065,904.
  4. “Doped Luminescent Materials and Particle Discrimination Using Same,” U.S. Patent 8,853,651.
  5. “Materials, Methods, and Devices to Detect and Quantify Water Vapor Concentrations in an Atmosphere,” U. S. Patent 8,904,850 B1.