Na Lab @ University of Notre Dame
  Patents
  35.

Na, C.; Wang, H. Binder-free carbon nanotube electrode for electrochemical removal of chromium. US Patent Application NO. 20160137533, 2016.

34.

Na, C.; Wang, H.; Ma, H. Carbon nanotube ponytails. US Patent Application NO. 20150321168, 2015.

33. Cannon, F. S.; Parette, R. B.; Na, C.; Chen, W.; Hagerup, B. M. Method for perchlorate removal from ground water. US Patent. NO. 7,157,006, 2005.
Journal Articles
32. Duster, T. A.; Na, C.; Bolster, D.; Fein, J. B. Transport of single-layered graphene oxide nanosheets through quartz and iron oxide-coated sand columns. Journal of Environmental Engineering. 2016, 04016079. link, pdf and supplementary data.
31. Ma, H.; Wang, H.; Burns, P. C.; McNamara, B. K.; Buck, E. C.; Na, C.
  Synthesis and preservation of graphene-supported uranium dioxide nanocrystals. Journal of Nuclear Materials. 2016, 475, 113-122. link, pdf and supplementary material.
30. Ma, H.; Wang, H.; Wu, T.; Na, C. Highly active layered double hydroxide-
  derived cobalt nano-catalysts for p-nitrophenol reduction. Applied Catalysis B: Environmental. 2016, 180, 471-479. link, pdf and supplementary material.
29.

Wang, H.; Na, C. Chemical bath deposition of aluminum oxide buffer on

  curved surfaces for growing aligned carbon nanotube arrays. Langmuir. 2015, 31, 7401-7409. link, pdf and supporting information.
28.

Wang, H.; Grant, D. J.; Burns, P. C; Na, C. Infrared signature of the cation-π

 

interaction between calcite and aromatic hydrocarbons. Langmuir. 2015, 31, 5820-5826. link, pdf and supporting information.

27.

Krylova, G.; Na, C. Photoinduced crystallization and activation of amorphous

  titanium dioxide. Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 2015, 119, 12400-12407. link, pdf and supporting information.
26.

Krylova, G.; Yashan, H.; Hauck, J. G.; Burns, P. C.; McGinn, P. J.; Na, C.

  Microwave-assisted solution-liquid-solid synthesis of single-crystal copper indium sulfide nanowires. Crystal Growth & Design. 2015, 15, 2859-2866. link, pdf and supporting information.
25. Na, C.; Tang, Y.; Wang, H.; Martin, S. T. Opposing effects of humidity
  on rhodochrosite surface oxidation. Langmuir. 2015, 31, 2366-2371. link, pdf and supporting information.
24 Ma, H.; Na, C. Isokinetic temperature and size-controlled activation of
  ruthenium-catalyzed ammonia borane hydrolysis. ACS Catalysis. 2015, 5, 1726-1735. link, pdf and supporting information.
23.

Wu, T.;* Wang, H.;* Jing, B.; Liu, F.; Burns, P. C.; Na, C. Multi-body

  coalescence in Pickering emulsions. Nature Communications. 2015, doi:10.1038/
ncomms6929. link, pdf and supplementary information. *These authors contributed equally. Highlighted by NSF (twitter).
22.

Ma, H.; Wang, H.; Na, C. Microwave-assisted optimization of platinum-nickel

  nanoalloys for catalytic water treatment. Applied Catalysis B: Environmental. 2015, 163, 198-204. link, pdf and supplementary material. Featured by Nanowerk and in Elsevier's catalysis journals brochure.
21. Duster, T. C.; Szymanowski, J. E. S.; Na, C.; Showalter, A. R.; Bunker, B. A.;
 

Fein, J. B. Surface complexation modeling of proton and metal sorption onto graphene oxide. Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects. 2015, 466, 28-39. link and pdf.

20.

Wang, H.; Na, C. Binder-free carbon nanotube electrode for electrochemical

 

removal of chromium. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. 2014, 6, 20309-20316. link, pdf and supporting information.

19. Wang, H.;* Ma, H.;* Zheng, W.; An, D.; Na, C. Multifunctional and

recollectable carbon nanotube ponytails for water purification. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. 2014, 6, 9426-9434. link, pdf and supporting information. Featured by Nanowerk. *These authors contributed equally.

18. Wang, H.; Na, C. Synthesis of millimeter-long vertically aligned carbon
nanotube arrays on aluminum oxide buffer prepared by layer-by-layer assembly of boehmite nanoplates. Carbon. 2014, 66, 727-729. link, pdf and supplementary materials.
17. Jing, B.; Wang, H.; Lin, K.; McGinn, P. J.; Na, C.; Zhu, Y. A facile method to functionalize engineering solid membrane supports for rapid and efficient oil-water separation. Polymer. 2013, 54, 5771-5778. link and pdf.
16. Wang, H.; Dong, Z.; Na, C. Hierarchical carbon nanotube membrane supported
  gold nanoparticles for rapid catalytic reduction of p-nitrophenol. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering. 2013, 1, 746-752. link, pdf and supporting info. Featured in Front Cover (upper right; image credit: Xia Zhao).
   
15. Wang, H.; Lin, K.; Jing, B.; Krylova, G.; Sigmon, G. E.; McGinn, P. J.;
  Zhu, Y.; Na, C. Removal of oil droplets from contaminated water using magnetic carbon nanotubes. Water Research. 2013, 47, 4198-4205. link, pdf, supplementary materials and movies 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 (avi format).
14. Singh, A.; Wang, H.; Casquinha da Silva, L.; Na, C.; Prieto, M.; Futerman, A.;
  Luberto, C.; Del Poeta, M. Methylation of glycosylated sphingolipid modulates membrane lipid topography and pathogenicity of Cryptococcus neoformans. Cellular Microbiology. 2012, 14, 500-516. link, pdf and supplementary materials.
13. An, D.; Na, C.; Bielawski, J.; Hannun, Y.; Kasper, D. L. Membrane
  sphingolipidsas essential molecular signals for Bacteroides survival in the intestine. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2011, 108, 4666-4671. link, pdf and supporting info.
12. Na, C.; McNamara, C. J.; Konkol, N. R.; Bearce, K. A.; Mitchell, R.; Martin, S. T. The use of force volume microscopy to examine bacterial attachment to surfaces. Annals of Microbiology. 2010, 6, 495-502. link, pdf and supplementary material.
  11. Liu, G.; Talley, J. W.; Na, C.; Larson, S. L.; Wolfe, L. G. Copper doping improves hydroxyapatite sorption for arsenate in simulated groundwaters. Environmental Science & Technology. 2010, 44, 1366-1372. link, pdf, supporting info, and J
  10. Na, C.; Martin, S. T. Growth of manganese oxide nanostructures alters the layout of adhesion on a carbonate substrate. Environmental Science & Technology. 2009, 43, 4967-4972. link, pdf and supporting info.
  9. Na, C.; Martin, S. T. Interfacial forces are modified by the growth of surface nanostructures. Environmental Science & Technology. 2008, 42, 6883-6889. link, pdf and supporting info. Awarded first-runner up as best ‘Environmental Science’ paper by the journal for the year. Journal comments and news story.
  8. Kendall, T. A.; Na, C.; Jun, Y.; Martin, S. T. Electrical properties of mineral surfaces for increasing water sorption. Langmuir, 2008, 24, 2519-2524. link and pdf.
  7. Na, C.; Kendall, T. A.; Martin, S. T. Surface potential heterogeneity of reacted calcite and rhodochrosite. Environmental Science & Technology. 2007, 41, 6491-6497. link, pdf, supporting info and movie.
  6. Na, C.; Olson, T. M. Relative reactivity of amino acids with chlorine in mixtures. Environmental Science & Technology. 2007, 41, 3220-3225. link and pdf.
  5. Na, C.; Olson, T. M. Mechanism and kinetics of cyanogen chloride formation from the chlorination of glycine. Environmental Science & Technology. 2006, 40, 1469-1477. link, pdf and supporting info.
  4. Lee, J. H.; Na, C., Ramirez, R. C.; Olson, T. M. Cyanogen chloride precursor analysis in chlorinated river water. Environmental Science & Technology. 2006, 40, 1478-1484. link, pdf and supporting info.
  3. Na, C.; Olson, T. M. Stability of cyanogen chloride in the presence of free chlorine and monochloramine. Environmental Science & Technology. 2004, 38, 6037-6043. link and pdf.
  2. Na, C.; Cannon, F. S.; Hagerup, B. M. Perchlorate removal via iron-preloaded GAC and borohydride regeneration. Joural - American Water Work Association. 2002, 94, 90-102. link and pdf.
Book Chapter
1. Na, C.; Olson, T. M. Disinfectant and byproduct analysis in water treatment by membrane introduction mass spectrometry. In Applied Handbook of Mass Spectrometry; Lee, M. S., Ed.; John Wiley & Sons, 2012. pdf. Table of Contents.
 
 
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