Publications

Hillhouse Group publications are listed below. Links to the articles are provided. The abstract and article information are accessible to everyone. However, access to the full text typically requires that your institution have a subscription to the journal

  1. Braly, I.L., Stoddard, R.J., Rajagopal, A., Jen, A.K-Y., Hillhouse, H.W., “Photoluminescence and Photoconductivity to Assess Maximum Open-Circuit Voltage and Carrier Transport in Hybrid Perovskites and Other Photovoltaic Materials,” The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 9, 2779-3792, (2018). Link to article

  2. Braly, I.L., deQuilettes, D.W., Pazos-Outón, L.M., Burke, S., Ziffer, M.E., Ginger, D.S., Hillhouse, H.W., “Hybrid Perovskite Films Approaching the Radiative Limit with over 90% Internal Photoluminescence Quantum Efficiency,” Nature Photonics 12 (6), 355-361, (2018). Link to article

  3. Rajagopal, A., Stoddard, R.J., Jo,S.B., Hillhouse, H.W., Jen, A.K-Y., “Overcoming the Photovoltage Plateau in Large Bandgap Perovskite Photovoltaics,” Nano Letters 18 (6), 3985–3993, (2018). Link to article

  4. Stoddard, R.J., Rajagopal, A., Palmer, R.L., Braly, I.L., Jen, A.K-Y., Hillhouse, H.W., "Enhancing Defect Tolerance and Phase Stability of High-Bandgap Perovskites via Guanidinium Alloying,” ACS Energy Letter 3 (6), 1261-1268, (2018). Link to article

  5. Clark, J.A., Uhl, A.R., Martin, T.R., HW Hillhouse, H.W. “Evolution of Morphology and Composition during Annealing and Selenization in Solution-Processed Cu2ZnSn(S,Se)4,” Chemistry of Materials 29, 9328-9339, (2017). Link to article

  6. Phuong, L.Q., Braly, I.L., Katahara, J.K., Hillhouse, H.W., Kanemitsu, Y., “Nonlinear photocarrier recombination dynamics in mixed-halide CH3NH3Pb(I,Br)3 perovskite thin films,” Applied Physics Express 10, 102401, (2017). Link to article

  7. Rajagopal, A., Yang, Z., Jo, S.B., Braly, I.L., Liang, P.W., Hillhouse, H.W., Jen, A. K-Y. “Highly Efficient Perovskite–Perovskite Tandem Solar Cells Reaching 80% of the Theoretical Limit in Photovoltage,” Advanced Materials 29 (34), 1702140, (2017). Link to article

  8. Stoddard, R.J., Eickemeyer, F.T., Katahara, J.K., Hillhouse, H.W., “Correlation between Photoluminescence and Carrier Transport and a Simple In Situ Passivation Method for High-Bandgap Hybrid Perovskites,” The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 8 (14), 3289-3298, (2017). Link to article

  9. Braly, I.L., Stoddard, R.J., Rajagopal, A., Uhl, A.R., Katahara, J.K., Jen, A. K-Y., Hillhouse, H.W., “Current-Induced Phase Segregation in Mixed Halide Hybrid Perovskites and its Impact on Two-Terminal Tandem Solar Cell Design,” ACS Energy Letters 2, 1841-1847, (2017). Link to article

  10. Uhl, A.R., Yang, Z., Jen, A.K-Y., Hillhouse, H.W., “Solution-processed chalcopyrite–perovskite tandem solar cells in bandgap-matched two-and four-terminal architectures,” Journal of Materials Chemistry A 5 (7), 3214-3220, (2017). Link to article

  11. Yang, Z., Rajagopal, A., Jo, S.B., Chueh, C.C., Williams, S., Huang, C.C., Katahara, J.K., Hillhouse, H.W., Jen, A.K-Y., “Stabilized Wide Bandgap Perovskite Solar Cells by Tin Substitution,” Nano Letters 16 (12), 7739-7747, (2016). Link to article

  12. Collord, A.D., Hillhouse, H.W., "Germanium Alloyed Kesterite Solar Cells with Low Voltage Deficits," Chemistry of Materials 28 (7), 2067-2073, (2016). Link to article

  13. Uhl, A.R., Katahara, J.K., Hillhouse, H.W., "Molecular-Ink Route to 13.0% Efficient Low-Bandgap CuIn(S,Se)2 and 14.7% Efficient Cu(In,Ga)(S,Se)2 Solar Cells," Energy and Environmental Science 9, 130-134 (2016). Link to article

  14. Martin, T.R., Mazzio, K.A., Hillhouse, H.W., Luscombe, C.K. “Synthesis of Ligand-free CdS Nanoparticles within a Sulfur Copolymer Matrix,” Journal of Visualized Experiments 111, 54047, (2016). Link to article

  15. Martin, T.R., Katahara, J.K., Bucherl, C.B., Krueger, B.W., Hillhouse, H.W., and Luscombe, C.K., "Nanoparticle Ligands and Pyrolized Graphitic Carbon in CZTSSe Photovoltaic Devices", Chemistry of Materials 28, 135-145, (2016). Link to article

  16. Braly, I.L., and Hillhouse, H.W., "Optoelectronic Quality and Stability of Hybrid Perovskites from MAPbI3 to MAPbI2Br using Compositional Spread Libraries", The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 120, 893-902, (2016). Link to article

  17. Hillhouse, H.W., Braly, I.L., Williamson, B.W. “Quasi-Fermi level splitting, stability, and healing of high bandgap hybrid perovskites using photoluminescence, composition spread libraries, and post-synthesis treatments,” IEEE Proceedings of the 43rd Photovoltaic Specialists Conference (2016), Article No.7749802, 3 pgs. DOI: 10.1109/PVSC.2016.7749802. Link to article

  18. Katahara, J.K., Hillhouse, H.W., “Voc Overestimation from Photoluminescence Quantum Yield in Disordered Absorber Layers,” IEEE Proceedings of the 43rd Photovoltaic Specialists Conference (2016), Article No. 7750335, 3 pgs. DOI: 10.1109/PVSC.2016.7750335. Link to article

  19. Phuong, L.Q., Katahara, J.K., Yamashita, G., Nagai, M., Ashida, M., Hillhouse, H.W., Kanemitsu, Y., “Impact of alkali doping on carrier transport in Cu2ZnSn(S, Se)4 thin films for solar cell applications,” IEEE Proceedings of the 43rd Photovoltaic Specialists Conference (2016), Article No. 7749402, 5 pgs. DOI: 10.1109/PVSC.2016.7749402. Link to article

  20. Xin, H., Vorpahl, S.M., Collord, A.D., Braly, I.L., Uhl, A.R., Krueger, B.W., Ginger, D.S., and Hillhouse, H.W., "Lithium-doping inverts the nanoscale electric field at the grain boundaries in Cu2ZnSn(S,Se)4 and increases photovoltaic efficiency", Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 17, 23859-23866, (2015). Link to article

  21. Tosun, B.S., and Hillhouse, H.W., "Enhanced Carrier Lifetimes of Pure Iodide Hybrid Perovskite via Vapor-Equilibrated Re-Growth (VERG)", Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 6 (13), 2503-2508, (2015). Link to article

  22. Collord, A.D., and Hillhouse, H.W., "The effect of nanocrystal reaction time on Cu2ZnSn(S,Se)4 solar cells from nanocrystal inks", Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 141, 383-390, (2015). Link to article

  23. Martin, T.R., Mazzio, K.A., Hillhouse, H.W., and Luscombe, C.K., "Sulfur copolymer for the direct synthesis of ligand-free CdS nanoparticles", Chemical Communications 51, 11244-11247, (2015). Link to article

  24. Katahara, J.K., Hillhouse,* H.W., "Determining the maximum open circuit voltage from absorber photoluminescence in the presence of tail states," IEEE Proceedings of the 40th Photovoltaic Specialists Conference, pgs 866-868 (2014). DOI:10.1109/PVSC.2014.6925052. Link to article

  25. Collord, A.D., and Hillhouse, H.W., "Composition Control and Formation Pathway of CZTS and CZTGS Nanocrystal Inks for Kesterite Solar Cells", Chemistry of Materials 27 (5), 1855-1862 (2015). Link to article

  26. Salvador, M., Vorpahl, S.M., Xin, H., Williamson, W., Shao, G., Karatay, D.U., Hillhouse, H.W., and Ginger, D.S., “Nanoscale Surface Potential Variation Correlates with Local S/Se Ratio in Solution-Processed CZTSSe Solar Cells", Nano Letters 14 (12), 6926-6930,(2014). Link to article

  27. Collord, A.D., Xin, H., and Hillhouse, H.W., “Combinatorial Exploration of the Effects of Intrinsic and Extrinsic Defects in Cu2ZnSn(S,Se)4," IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics (2014), DOI: 10.1109/jphotov.2014.23610536. Link to article

  28. Katahara, J.K. and Hillhouse, H.W., “Quasi-Fermi level splitting and Sub-bandgap Absorptivity from Semiconductor Photoluminescence” Journal of Applied Physics (2014), DOI: 10.1063/1.48948346. Link to article

  29. Xin, H., Katahara, J.K., Braly, I.L., and Hillhouse, H.W., “8% Efficient Cu2ZnSn(S,Se)4 Solar Cells from Redox Equilibrated Simple Precursors in DMSO,” Advanced Energy Materials 4 (11), 1301823 (2014), Link to article

  30. Xin, H., Hillhouse, H.W., “8.3% Efficient Copper Zinc Tin Sulfoselenide Solar Cells Processed from Environmentally Benign Solvent ”, IEEE Proceedings of the 39th Photovoltaic Specialists Conference, pgs 441-443 (2013). DOI 10.1109/PVSC.2013.6744186. Link to article

  31. Collord, A.D., Hillhouse, H.W., “Mapping the Composition Dependence of Cu2ZnSn(S,Se)4 Absorber Quality Using Composition-Spread Libraries, Photoluminescence and Raman”, IEEE Proceedings of the 39th Photovoltaic Specialists Conference, pgs 368-370, (2013). DOI 10.1109/PVSC.2013.6744169. Link to article

  32. McCarthy, R.F., and Hillhouse, H.W., “A simple model for voltage-dependent carrier collection efficiency in solar cells,” Journal of Applied Physics 115, 143703 (2014). Link to article

  33. Bucherl, C.N., Oleson, K. R., and Hillhouse, H.W., “Thin film solar cells from sintered nanocrystals,” Current Opinion in Chemical Engineering 2 (2), 168-177, (2013). Link to article

  34. Guo, Q., Ford, G. M., Agrawal, R., Hillhouse, H. W., “Ink formulation and low-temperature incorporation of sodium to yield 12% efficient Cu(In,Ga)(S,Se)2 solar cells from sulfide nanocrystal inks,” Progress in Photovoltaics: Research and Applications 21 (1), 64-73 (2013). Link to article

  35. Guo, Q., Ford, G. M., Yang, WC., Hages, C.J., Hillhouse, H. W., and Agrawal, R. “Enhancing the performance of CZTSSe solar cells with Ge alloying,” Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 105, 132-136, (2012). Link to article

  36. McCarthy, R.F., and Hillhouse, H.W., “The Shockley-Queisser Limit and Practical Limits of Nanostructured Photovoltaics,” 38th IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference (2012). pgs. 1663-1668. DOI: 10.1109/PVSC.2012.6317915. Link to article

  37. Kar, M., Hillhouse, H.W., Agrawal, R., “Chemical liquid deposition of CuInSe2 and CuIn(S,Se)2 films for solar cells,” Thin Solid Films 520 (16), 5431–5437, (2012). Link to article

  38. Kar, M., Agrawal, R. & Hillhouse, H.W., “On the Formation Pathway of CuInSe2 Nanocrystals for Solar Cells,” Journal of the American Chemical Society 133 (43), 17239–17247 (2011). Link to article

  39. Ki, W. & Hillhouse, H.W., “Earth Abundant Element Photovoltaics Directly from Soluble Precursors using a Non-Toxic Solvent,” Advanced Energy Materials 1 (5), 732–735 (2011). Link to article

  40. Ford, G.M., Guo, Q., Agrawal, R. & Hillhouse, H.W., “Earth Abundant Element Cu2Zn(Sn1-xGex)S2 Nanocrystals for Tunable Band Gap Solar Cells: 6.8% Efficient Device Fabrication,” Chemistry of Materials 23 (10), 2626–2629 (2011). Link to article

  41. Ford, G.M., Guo, Q.J., Agrawal, R. & Hillhouse, H.W., “CuIn(S,Se)2 Thin Film Solar Cells from Nanocrystal Inks: Effect of Nanocrystal Precursors,” Thin Solid Films 520 (1), 523-528 (2011). Link to article

  42. Dunphy, D.R., Garcia, F.L., Kaehr, B., Khripin, C.Y., Collord, A.D., Baca, H.K., Tate, M.P., Hillhouse, H.W., Strzalka, J.W., Jiang, Z., Wang, J., Brinker, C.J., “Tricontinuous Cubic Nanostructure and Pore Size Patterning in Mesostructured Silica Films Templated with Glycerol Monooleate,” Chemistry of Materials 23 (8), 2107-2112, (2011). Link to article

  43. Ki, W., & Hillhouse, H.W. “A General Route to Earth Abundant Element Absorber Layers for Thin Film Photovoltaics with High Yield Using Molecular Precursors and Non-Toxic Solvents,” 36th IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference (2011). Link to article

  44. Guo, Q., Ford, G.M., Hillhouse, H.W., Agrawal, R., “A Generalized and Robust Method for Efficient Photovoltaic Devices from Multinary Sulfide Nanocrystal Inks,” 36th IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference (2011). Link to article

  45. Ford, G.M., Guo, Q., Agrawal, R., Hillhouse, H.W., “Solar cells via selenization of CuInS2 nanocrystals: Effect of synthesis precursor,” 35th IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference (2010). Link to article

  46. Dongaonkar, S., Servaites, J.D., Ford, G.M., Loser, S., Moore, J., Gelfand, R.M., Mohseni, M., Hillhouse, H.W., Agrawal, R., Ratner, M.A., Marks, T.J., Lundstrom, M.S., Alam, M.A., “Universality of Non-Ohmic Shunt Leakage in Thin-Film Solar Cells,” Journal of Applied Physics 108, 124509 (2010). Link to article

  47. Guo, Q.J., Ford, G.M., Yang, W.C., Walker, B.C., Stach, E.A., Hillhouse, H.W., Agrawal, R., "Fabrication of 7.2% Efficient CZTSSe Solar Cells using CZTS Nanocrystals," Journal of the American Chemical Society 132, 17384–17386 (2010). Link to article

  48. Midgett, A.G., Hillhouse, H.W., Huges, B.K., Nozik, A.J., Beard, M.C., “Flowing versus Static Conditions for Measuring Multiple Exciton Generation in PbSe Quantum Dots,” Journal of Physical Chemistry C 114 (41), 17486-17500 (2010). Link to article

  49. Chen, Z., Jiang, Y.B., Dunphy, D.R., Adams, D.P., Hodges, C., Liu, N.G., Zhang, N., Xomeritakis, G., Jin, X.Z., Aluru, N.R., Gaik, S.J., Hillhouse, H.W., Brinker, C.J., “DNA translocation through an array of kinked nanopores,” Nature Materials 9 (8), 667-675 (2010). Link to article

  50. Liu, Y., Gibbs, M., Puthussery, J., Gaik, S., Ihly, R., Hillhouse, H.W., Law, M., “Dependence of Carrier Mobility on Nanocrystal Size and Ligand Length in PbSe Nanocrystal Solids,” Nano Letters 10 (5), 1960-1969 (2010). Link to article

  51. Tate, M.P., Urade, V.N., Gaik, S.J., Muzzillo, C.P., Hillhouse, H.W., “How to Dip-Coat or Spin-Coat Nanoporous Double-Gyroid Silica Films with EO19-PO43-EO19 Surfactant (Pluronic P84) and Know it Using a Powder X-ray Diffractometer,” Langmuir 26 (6), 4357-4367 (2010). Link to article

  52. Hillhouse H.W. & Beard M.C., “Solar Cells from Colloidal Nanocrystals: Fundamentals, Materials, Devices, and Economics,” Current Opinion in Colloid & Interface Science 14, 245-259 (2009). Invited Review article. Link to article

  53. Khlebnikov, S. & Hillhouse, H.W. “Electronic Structure of Double-Gyroid Nanostructured Semiconductors: Perspectives for Carrier Multiplication Solar Cells,” Physical Review B 80, 115316 (2009). Link to article

  54. Guo, Q.J., Ford, G.M., Hillhouse, H.W., Agrawal, R. “Selenization of Copper Indium Gallium Disulfide Nanocrystal Films for Thin Film Solar Cells,” 34th IEEE Photovoltaic Specialist Conference (2009) Link to article

  55. Guo, Q.J., Hillhouse, H.W., Agrawal, R., “Synthesis of Cu2ZnSnS4 Nanocrystal Ink and Its Use for Solar Cells,” Journal of the American Chemical Society 131 (33), 11672–11673 (2009). Link to article

  56. Guo, Q.J., Ford, G.M., Hillhouse, H.W., Agrawal, R. “Sulfide Nanocrystal Inks for Dense Cu(In1-xGax)(S1-ySey)2 Absorber Films and Their Photovoltaic Performance,” Nano Letters 9, 8 3060-3065 (2009). Link to article

  57. Dunphy, D.R., Alam, T.M., Tate, M.P., Hillhouse, H.W., Smarsly, B., Collord, A.D., Carnes, E., Baca, H.K., Köhn, R., Sprung, M., Wang, J., Brinker, C.J., “Characterization of Lipid-Templated Silica and Hybrid Thin Film Mesophases by Grazing Incidence Small-Angle X-Ray Scattering,” Langmuir 25, 9500-9509 (2009). Link to article

  58. Guo, Q.J., Kim, S.J., Kar, M., Shafarman, W.N., Birkmire, R.W., Stach, E.A., Agrawal, R., Hillhouse, H.W., “Development of CuInSe2 Nanocrystal and Nanoring Inks for Low-Cost Solar Cells,” Nano Letters 8, 9, 2982-2987 (2008). Link to article

  59. Cheng, X., Dehen, C.J., Simpson, G.J., Tate, M.P., Hillhouse, H.W., Akkus, O., “An electrochemical fabrication process for the assembly of anisotropically oriented collagen bundles,” Biomaterials 29, 22, 3278-3288 (2008). Link to article

  60. Maruo, T., Tanaka, S., Hillhouse, H.W., Nishiyama, N., Egashira, Y., Ueyama, K., “Disordered mesoporous silica low-k thin films prepared by vapor deposition into a triblock copolymer template film,” Thin Solid Films 516, 15, 4771-4776 (2008). Link to article

  61. Tanaka, S., Katayama, Y., Tate, M.P., Hillhouse, H.W., Miyake, Y., “Fabrication of continuous mesoporous carbon films with face-centered orthorhombic symmetry through a soft templating pathway,” 17, 3639-3645 (2007). Link to article

  62. Tate, M.P., & Hillhouse, H.W., "General Method for Simulation of 2D GISAXS Intensities for Any Nanostructured Film Using Discrete Fourier Transforms," Journal of Physical Chemistry C 111 (21), 7645-7654 (2007). Link to article

  63. Wei, T.C. & Hillhouse, H.W., “Mass Transport and Electrode Accessibility through Periodic Self- Assembled Nanoporous Silica Thin Films” Langmuir 23, 5689-5699 (2007). Link to article

  64. Bollmann, L., Urade, V.N., & Hillhouse, H.W., "Controlling Interfacial Curvature in Nanoporous Silica Films Formed by Evaporation-Induced Self-Assembly from Nonionic Surfactants. I. Evolution of Nanoscale Structures in Coating Solutions," Langmuir, 23 (8) 4257-4267 (2007). Link to article

  65. Urade, V.N., Bollmann, L., Kowalski, J.D., Tate, M.P., & Hillhouse, H.W., "Controlling Interfacial Curvature in Nanoporous Silica Films Formed by Evaporation-Induced Self-Assembly from Nonionic Surfactants. II. Effect of Processing Parameters on Film Structure," Langmuir 23 (8) 4268-4278 (2007). Link to article

  66. Urade, V.N., Wei, T.C., Tate, M.P., Kowalski, J.D., & Hillhouse, H.W., "Nanofabrication of double- gyroid thin films," Chemistry of Materials, 19 (4) 768-777 (2007). Link to article

  67. Tanaka, S., Tate, M.P., Nishiyama, N., Ueyama, K., & Hillhouse, H.W. “Structure of Mesoporous Silica Thin Films Prepared by Contacting PEO106-PPO70-PEO106 Films with Vaporized TEOS.” Chemistry of Materials 18, 5461-5466 (2006). Link to article

  68. Nishiyama Y, Tanaka S, Hillhouse HW, Nishiyama N, Egashira Y, Ueyama K, “Synthesis of ordered mesoporous zirconium phosphate films by spin coating and vapor treatments,” Langmuir 22, 9469-9472 (2006). Link to article

  69. Tate, M.P., Urade, V.N., Kowalski, J.D., Wei, T.C., Hamilton, B.D., Eggiman, B.W., & Hillhouse, H.W., "Simulation and Interpretation of 2D Diffraction Patterns from Self-Assembled Nanostructured Films at Arbitrary Angles of Incidence: from Grazing Incidence (above the critical angle) to Transmission Perpendicular to the Substrate," Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 110 (20) 9882-9892 (2006). Link to article

  70. Tanaka, S., Hillhouse, H.W., “Mesophase control of mesoporous silica thin films by vapor-phase preparation,” Chemistry Letters 35, 928-929 (2006). Link to article

  71. Wei, T.C. & Hillhouse, H.W., "Ion transport in the microporous titanosilicate ETS-10," Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 110 (28) 13728-13733 (2006). Link to article

  72. Eggiman, B.W., Tate, M.P., & Hillhouse, H.W., "The Rhombohedral Structure of Highly Ordered and Oriented Self-Assembled Nanoporous Silica Thin Films," Chemistry of Materials, 18 (3), 723-730 (2006). Link to article

  73. Kasat, R.B., Zvinevich, Y., Hillhouse, H.W., Thomson, K.T., Wang, N.H.L., Franses, E.I., “Direct probing of sorbent-solvent interactions for amylose tris(3,5-dimethylphenylcarbamate) using infrared spectroscopy, X-ray diffraction, solid-state NMR, and DFT modeling.” Journal of Physical Chemistry B 110, 14114-14122 (2006). Link to article

  74. Naik, S.P., Yokoi, T., Fan, W., Sasaki, Y., Wei, T.C., Hillhouse, H.W., Okubo, T., “Versatile Fabrication of Distorted Cubic Mesoporous Silica Film Using CTAB Together with a Hydrophobic Organic Additive.” Journal of Physical Chemistry B 110(20), 9751-9754 (2006). Link to article

  75. Tate, M.P., Eggiman, B.W., Kowalski J.D. & Hillhouse, H.W., “Order and Orientation Control of Mesoporous Silica Films on Conducting Gold Substrates Formed by Dip-Coating and Self-Assembly.” Invited contribution for the Robert Rowell Special Issue of Langmuir 21, 10112 (2005). Link to article

  76. Urade, V.N., & Hillhouse, H.W., “Synthesis of Thermally Stable Highly Ordered Orthorhombic Tin Oxide Thin Films.” Journal of Physical Chemistry B 109, 10538-10541 (2005). Link to article

  77. Kuznicki, S.M., Bell, V.A., Nair, S., Hillhouse, H.W., Jacubinas, R.M., Braunbarth, C.M., Toby, B.H. & Tsapatsis, M., “A titanosilicate molecular sieve with adjustable pores for size-selective adsorption of molecules,” Nature 412, 720-724 (2001). Link to article

  78. Hillhouse, H.W. & Tuominen, M., “Modeling the Thermoelectric Transport Properties of Nanowires Embedded in Oriented Microporous and Mesoporous Films,”Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 47, 39-50 (2001). Link to article

  79. Hillhouse, H.W. & Tsapatsis, M., “The Interpretation of X-ray Diffraction Data for the Determination of Channel Orientation in Mesoporous Films,” Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 44-45, 639-643 (2001). Link to article

  80. Giraldo, O., Marquez, M., Brock, S.L., Suib, S.L., Hillhouse H. & Tsapatsis, M., “Spontaneous Formation of Inorganic Helical Fibers and Rings,” Journal of the American Chemical Society 122, 12158-12163 (2000). Link to article

  81. Hillhouse, H.W., van Egmond, J.W., Tsapatsis, M., Hanson, J. & Larese, J.Z., "Synthesis and Characterization of Ordered Arrays of Topological Defects in Mesoporous Silica Films." Chemistry of Materials 12, 2888-2893 (2000). Featured on the cover. Link to article

  82. Braunbarth, C., Hillhouse, H.W., Tsapatsis, M., Burton, A., Lobo, R.F., Jacubinas, R. & Kuznicki, S., "Structure of Strontium-Ion-Exchanged ETS-4 Microporous Molecular Sieves," Chemistry of Materials 12, 1857-1865 (2000). Link to article

  83. Giraldo, O., Brock, S.L., Marquez, M., Suib, S.L., Hillhouse, H. & Tsapatsis, M., "Materials - Spontaneous Formation of Inorganic Helices." Nature 405 (6782), 38 (2000).

  84. Hillhouse, H.W., van Egmond, J.W. & Tsapatsis, M. "Highly Oriented Mesostructured Thin Films: Shear-Induced Deposition of Optically Anisotropic Coatings of Tungsten Oxide/Surfactant Composites." Langmuir 15, 4544-4550 (1999). Featured on the cover. Link to article

  85. Tsapatsis, M., Xomeritakis, G., Hillhouse, H.W., Nikolakis, V., Bonilla, G., Lai, Z., "Zeolite Membranes." Cattech 3, 148-163 (1999).

  86. Hillhouse, H.W., Okubo, T., van Egmond, J.W. & Tsapatsis, M. "Preparation of Supported Mesoporous Silica Layers in a Continuous Flow Cell." Chemistry of Materials 9, 1505-1507 (1997). Link to article