Dr Drew Parsons

Dr Drew Parsons
Department of Applied Mathematics
Physics Education Centre
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Research publications

Book chapter

Wang-Landau Monte Carlo: a new key for unlocking structure in complex physical systems. - art. no. 68020H
SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering, Washington (2008) 9

Journal article

Parsons D, Walsh R, Craig V
Surface forces: Surface roughness in theory and experiment
Journal of Chemical Physics 140, 16 (2014) 164701-1-10
Thiyam P, Boström M, Persson C, Parsons D, Brevik I, Sernelius B
Finite-size-dependent dispersion potentials between atoms and ions dissolved in water
Europhysics Letters 106, 5 (2014)
Boström M, Persson C, Parsons D, Ellingsen S, Sernelius B
Atmospheric water droplets can catalyse atom pair break-up via surface-induced resonance repulsion
Europhysics Letters 101, 4 (2013)
Medda L, Carucci C, Parsons D, Ninham B, Monduzzi M, Salis A, Salis A
Specific cation effects on hemoglobin aggregation below and at physiological salt concentration
Langmuir 29, 49 (2013) 15350-15358
Bostrom M, Ellingsen S, Brevik I, Parsons D, Sernelius B
Sign of the Casimir-Polder interaction between atoms and oil-water interfaces: Subtle dependence on dielectric properties
Physical Review A: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics 85, 6 (2012) 1-5
Bostrom M, Ninham B, Brevik I, Persson C, Parsons D, Sernelius B
Ultrathin metallic coatings can induce quantum levitation between nanosurfaces
Applied Physics Letters 100, 25 (2012) 2531041-4
Medda L, Barse B, Cugia F, Bostrom M, Parsons D, Ninham B, Monduzzi M, Salis A
Hofmeister challenges: Ion binding and charge of the BSA protein as explicit examples
Langmuir 28, 47 (2012) 16355-16363
Ninham B, Duignan T, Parsons D
Approaches to hydration, old and new: Insights through Hofmeister effects
Current Opinion in Colloid and Interface Science 2011, In press (2011) 6
Parsons D, Ninham B
Surface charge reversal and hydration forces explained by ionic dispersion forces and surface hydration
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 383, 1-3 (2011) 2-9
Parsons D, Bostrom M, Lo Nostro P, Ninham B
Hofmeister Effects: Interplay of Hydration, Non-Electrostatic Potentials, and Ion Size
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 13 (2011) 12352-12367
Salis A, Bostrom M, Medda L, Cugia F, Barse B, Parsons D, Ninham B, Monduzzi M
Measurements and Theoretical Interpretation of Points of Zero Charge/Potential of BSA Protein
Langmuir 27, 18 (2011) 11597-11604
Salis A, Parsons D, Bostrom M, Medda L, Barse B, Ninham B, Monduzzi M
Ion Specific Surface Charge Density of SBA-15 Mesoporous Silica
Langmuir 26, 4 (2010) 2484-2490
Bostrom M, Lima E, Biscaia E, Tavares F, Lo Nostro P, Parsons D, Deniz V, Ninham B
Anion-Specific Partitioning in Two-Phase Finite Volume Systems: Possible Implications for Mechanisms of Ion Pumps
Journal of Physical Chemistry B 113, 23 (2009) 8124-8127
Parsons D, Ninham B
Ab Initio Molar Volumes and Gaussian Radii
Journal of Physical Chemistry A 113, 6 (2009) 1141-1150
Parsons D, Bostrom M, Maceina T, Salis A, Ninham B
Why Direct or Reversed Hofmeister Series? Interplay of Hydration, Non-electrostatic Potentials, and Ion Size
Langmuir Article ASAP, web release Oct 2009 (2009) 6
Parsons D, Deniz V, Ninham B
Nonelectrostatic interactions between ions with anisotropic ab initio dynamic polarisabilities
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 343, 1-3 (2009) 57-63
Salis A, Bostrom M, Parsons D, Medda L, Barse B, Ninham B, Monduzzi M
Ion specific surface charge density of SBA-15 mesoporous Silica
Langmuir Online October 15 2009 (2009) [7 ]
Parsons D, Williams D
Globule transitions of a single homopolymer: A Wang-Landau Monte Carlo study
Physical Review E-Statistical, Nonlinear and Soft Matter Physics 74 (2006) 041804-1
Parsons D, Boone B, Jessop P, Tucker S
Electrostriction effects on competing transition states in supercritical fluoroform
Journal of Molecular Structure 24 (2002) 172-181

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