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  1. Diffusion in Quasi-One-Dimensional Channels: A Small System n,p,T, Transition State Theory for Hopping Times Sheida Ahmadi and Richard K. Bowles J. Chem. Phys. 146 154505 (2017). (ArXiv: arXiv:1701.06918)

  2. Competitive heterogeneous nucleation onto a microscopic impurity in a Potts model. Cletus C. Asuquo, Danielle McArthur and Richard K. Bowles J. Chem. Phys. 145 064511 (2016). (ArXiv: arXiv:1608.05021)

  3. Exploring the Impact of Tail Polarity on the Phase Behavior of Single Component and Mixed Lipid Monolayers Using a MARTINI Coarse-Grained Force Field Alaa Fakhri Eftaiha, Surajith N. Wanasundara, Matthew F. Paige, and Richard K. Bowles J. Phys. Chem. B 120 7641 (2016).

  4. Vapor Condensed and Supercooled Glassy Nanoclusters Weikai Qi and Richard K. Bowles ACS Nano 10 3416 (2016). (ArXiv: arXiv:1702.05208)

  5. Nonclassical Nucleation in a Solid-Solid Transition of Confined Hard Spheres Weikai Qi, Yi Peng, Yilong Han, Richard K. Bowles and Marjolen Dijkstra Phys. Rev. Lett. 115 185701 (2015).

  6. Helical Defect Packings in a Quasi-One-Dimensional System of Cylindrically Confined Hard Spheres Mahdi Zaeifi Yamchi and Richard K. Bowles Phys. Rev. Lett. 115 025702 (2015).

  7. Free Energy of Formation of Small Ice Nuclei Near the Widom Line in Simulations of Supercooled Waters Connor R. C. Buhariwalla, Richard K. Bowles, Ivan Saika-Voivod, Francesco Sciortino, and Peter H. Poole Eur. Phys. J. E 38 39 (2015).

  8. Inherent structures, fragility, and jamming: Insights from quasi-one-dimensional hard disks Mahdi Zaeifi Yamchi, S. S. Ashwin and Richard K Bowles Phys. Rev. E 91 022301 (2015).

  9. A Transition State Theory for Calculating Hopping Times and Diffusion in Highly Confined Fluids Surajith N. Wanasundara, Raymond J. Spiteri and Richard K. Bowles J. Chem. Phys. 140 024505 (2014).

  10. Vapor condensation onto a non-volatile liquid drop levent Inci and Richard K. Bowles J. Chem. Phys. 139 214703 (2013).

  11. Heterogeneous nucleation in the low barrier regime. Benjamin Scheifele, Ivan Saika-Voivod, Richard K. Bowles, Peter H. Poole Phys. Rev. E 87, 042407 (2013).

  12. The Inherent Structure Landscape Connection Between Liquids, Granular Materials and the Jamming Phase Diagram. S. S. Ashwin, Mahdi Zaeifi Yamchi, and Richard K. Bowles, Phys. Rev. Lett. 110, 145701 (2013).

  13. Free energy surface of ST2 water near the liquid-liquid phase transition Peter H. Poole, Richard K. Bowles, Ivan Saika-Voivod, and Francesco Sciortino. J. Chem. Phys. 138, 034505 (2013).

  14. A Fragile-Strong Fluid Crossover and Universal Relaxation Times in a Confined Hard Disc Fluid. Mahdi Zaeifi Yamchi, S. S. Ashwin, and Richard K. Bowles, Phys. Rev. Lett. 109, 225701 (2012).

  15. Single file and normal dual mode diffusion in highly confined hard sphere mixtures under flow. Surajith N Wanasundara, Raymond J Spiteri, and Richard K Bowles, J. Chem. Phys. 137, 104501 (2012).

  16. Molecular dynamics simulations of competitive freezing in gold nanoclusters. Cletus C. Asuquo, Richard K. Bowles, J. Phys. Chem. C , 116, 14619 (2012).

  17. Edwards entropy and compactivity in a model of granular matter. Richard K. Bowles, S. S Ashwin, Physical Review E, 83, 031302 (2011).

  18. Heterogeneous condensation of the Lennard-Jones vapor onto a nanoscale seed particle. Levent Inci, Richard K. Bowles, Journal of Chemical Physics, 134, 114505 (2011).

  19. The role of fcc tetrahedral subunits in the phase behavior of medium sized Lennard-Jones clusters. Ivan Saika-Voivod, Louis Poon, Richard K. Bowles, Journal of Chemical Physics, 133, 074503 (2010).

  20. Crystal Nucleation in a Supercooled Liquid with Glassy Dynamics. I. Saika-Voivod, R. K. Bowles and P. H. Poole, Physical Review Letters, 103, 225701 (2009).

  21. Complete Jamming Landscape of Confined Hard Discs. S. S. Ashwin and R. K. Bowles, Physical Review Letters, 102, 235701 (2009).

  22. A Tiling Approach to Counting Inherent Structures in Hard Potential Systems. S. S. Ashwin and R. K. Bowles, Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, 355, 700 (2009).

  23. Normal and anomalous diffusion in highly confined hard disc fluid mixtures. C. D. Ball, N. D. MacWilliam, J. K. Percus and R. K. Bowles, Journal of Chemical Physics, 130, 054504 (2009).

  24. Dual-polarization imaging of a dual-fluorophore ion sensor: A single-molecule study. Y. Lu, R. K. Bowles and M. F. Paige, ChemPhysChem, 9, 1947 (2008).

  25. Statistical geometry and cavity correlations in the hard sphere fluid. R. J. Speedy and R. K. Bowles, Collection of Czechoslovak Chemical Communications, 73, 344 (2008).

  26. A limit of stability in supercooled liquid clusters. E. Mendez-Villuendas, I. Saika-Voivod and R. K. Bowles, Journal of Chemical Physics, 127, 154703 (2007).

  27. Surface nucleation in the freezing of gold nanoparticles. E. Mendez-Villuendas and R. K. Bowles, Physical Review Letters, 98, 185503 (2007). Also See Erratum

  28. Test of classical nucleation theory on deeply supercooled high pressure simulated silica. I. Saika-Voivod, P. H. Poole and R. K. Bowles, Journal of Chemical Physics, 124, 224709 (2006).

  29. Landscapes, dynamic heterogeneity, and kinetic facilitation in a simple off-lattice model. R. K. Bowles and I. Saika-Voivod, Physical Review E, 73, 011503 (2006).

  30. Hopping Times in Confined Fluids. R. K. Bowles, K. K. Mon and J. K. Percus, Journal of Chemical Physics, 121, 10668 (2004).

  31. Phase transitions in systems small enough to be clusters. D. Reguera, R. K. Bowles, Y. Djikaev, and H. Reiss, Journal of Chemical Physics 118 (1), 340 (2003).

  32. Osmotic force resisting chain insertion in a colloidal suspension. M. Castelnovo, R. K. Bowles, H. Reiss, and W. M. Gelbart, European Physical Journal E 10 (2), 191 (2003).

  33. On a debate over the simulation and mapping of physical clusters in small cells. H. Reiss, Y. Djikaev, and R. K. Bowles, Journal of Chemical Physics 117 (2), 557 (2002).

  34. Theory of size dependent deliquescence of nanoparticles: Relation to heterogeneous nucleation and comparison with experiments. Y. S. Djikaev, R. Bowles, H. Reiss, K. Hameri, A. Laaksonen, and M. Vakeva, Journal of Physical Chemistry B 105 (32), 7708 (2001).

  35. Simulative determination of kinetic coefficients for nucleation rates. P. Schaaf, B. Senger, J. C. Voegel, R. K. Bowles, and H. Reiss, Journal of Chemical Physics 114 (18), 8091 (2001).

  36. A theorem for inhomogeneous systems: The generalization of the nucleation theorem. R. K. Bowles, D. Reguera, Y. Djikaev, and H. Reiss, Journal of Chemical Physics 115 (4), 1853 (2001) . Also see, Journal of Chemical Physics 116 (5), 2330 (2002).

  37. Role of constraints in the thermodynamics of heterogeneous condensation on solid soluble particles: failure of the capillarity approximation. Y. S. Djikaev, R. Bowles, and H. Reiss, Physica A 298 (1-2), 155 (2001).

  38. Mapping volume scale for overlapping clusters. H. Reiss and R. K. Bowles, Journal of Chemical Physics 112 (3), 1390 (2000).

  39. Simulation of nanoscale density fluctuations. H. Reiss and R. K. Bowles, Journal of Chemical Physics 113 (19), 8615 (2000).

  40. A theory for the deliquescence of small particles. P. Mirabel, H. Reiss, and R. K. Bowles, Journal of Chemical Physics 113 (18), 8200 (2000).

  41. A comparison of Kohler activation with nucleation for NaCl-H2O. P. Mirabel, H. Reiss, and R. K. Bowles, Journal of Chemical Physics 113 (18), 8194 (2000).

  42. Mapping of simulated localized fluctuations onto a macrosystem: Direct counting in the macrosystem to confirm statistical mechanical theory. R. K. Bowles, Journal of Chemical Physics 112 (3), 1122 (2000).

  43. A thermodynamic description of the glass transition: an exact one-dimensional example. R. K. Bowles, Physica A 275 (1-2), 217 (2000).

  44. Statistical geometry of hard sphere systems: exact relations for first-order phase transitions in multicomponent systems. R. K. Bowles and D. S. Corti, Molecular Physics 98 (7), 429 (2000).

  45. A molecular based derivation of the nucleation theorem. R. K. Bowles, R. McGraw, P. Schaaf, B. Senger, J. C. Voegel, and H. Reiss, Journal of Chemical Physics 113 (11), 4524 (2000).

  46. Statistical geometry and lattices. G. Soto-Campos, R. Bowles, A. Itkin, and H. Reiss, Journal of Statistical Physics 96 (5-6), 1111 (1999).

  47. A molecular theory of the homogeneous nucleation rate. II. Application to argon vapor. B. Senger, P. Schaaf, D. S. Corti, R. Bowles, D. Pointu, J. C. Voegel, and H. Reiss, Journal of Chemical Physics 110 (13), 6438 (1999).

  48. A molecular theory of the homogeneous nucleation rate. I. Formulation and fundamental issue., B. Senger, P. Schaaf, D. S. Corti, R. Bowles, J. C. Voegel, and H. Reiss, Journal of Chemical Physics 110 (13), 6421 (1999).

  49. Some fundamental statistical mechanical relations concerning physical clusters of interest to nucleation theory. H. Reiss and R. K. Bowles, Journal of Chemical Physics 111 (16), 7501 (1999).

  50. Comparison between two methods for mapping fluctuations in a simulation cell onto a macrovolume. H. Reiss and R. K. Bowles, Journal of Chemical Physics 111 (22), 9965 (1999).

  51. Statistical geometry of hard sphere systems: exact relations for additive and non-additive mixtures. D. S. Corti and R. K. Bowles, Molecular Physics 96 (11), 1623 (1999).

  52. Five discs in a box. R. K. Bowles and R. J. Speedy, Physica A 262 (1-2), 76 (1999).

  53. The vapour pressure of glassy crystals of dimers. R. K. Bowles and R. J. Speedy, Molecular Physics 87 (6), 1349 (1996). Also see Molecular Physics 88 (6), 1671 (1996).

  54. C-13 CP/MAS NMR study of the interaction of bile acids with barley beta-D-glucan. R. K. Bowles, K. R. Morgan, R. H. Furneaux, and G. D. Coles, Carbohydrate Polymers 29 (1), 7 (1996).

  55. Cavities in the Hard-Sphere Crystal and Fluid. R. K. Bowles and R. J. Speedy, Molecular Physics 83 (1), 113 (1994).