Publications

Prof. Bryan M. Wongh-index27

For the most up-to-date listing of publications, please see Prof. Wong’s Google Scholar Citations profile.

 

    1. Austin Woodard, Lihua Xu, Alejandro Alvarez Barragan, Giorgio Nava, Bryan M. Wong, and Lorenzo Mangolini
      “On the Non-Thermal Plasma Synthesis of Nickel Nanoparticles.”
      Submitted (2017).
    2. Niranjan Ilawe, M. Belén Oviedo, and Bryan M. Wong
      “Real-Time Quantum Dynamics of Long-Range Electronic Excitation Transfer in Plasmonic Nanoantennas.”
      Submitted (2017).
    3. Haiping Su, Donghui Long, Licheng Ling, Chengyin Fu, Bryan M. Wong, Jun Lu, and Juchen Guo
      “Critical Design Factors of High Performance Lithium-Sulfur Cathodes.”
      Submitted (2017).
    4. Maryam Emami Khansari, Nya A. Williams, Douglas R. Powell, Bryan M. Wong, and Md. Alamgir Hossain
      “Anion Complexation Studies of 3-Nitrophenyl-substituted Tripodal Thiourea Receptor: A Naked-Eye Detection of Sulphate via Fluoride Displacement Assay.”
      Submitted (2017).
    5. Margherita Maiuri, Maria B. Oviedo, Jacob C. Dean, Michael Bishop, Zi. S. D. Toa, Bryan M. Wong, Stephen A. McGill, and Gregory D. Scholes
      “Vibronic Resonances in Photosynthetic Light Harvesting.”
      Submitted (2017).
    6. Lifeng Huang, Alexander E. London, Benjamin A. Zhang, M. Belén Oviedo, Joshua Tropp, Weichuan Yao, Zhenghui Wu, Bryan M. Wong, Tse Nga Ng, and Jason D. Azoulay
      “Donor-Acceptor Polymers with Tunable Infrared Photoresponse.”
      Polymer Science, accepted, in press (2017).
    7. Lindsey N. Anderson, M. Belén Oviedo, and Bryan M. Wong
      “Accurate Electron Affinities and Orbital Energies of Anions from a Non-Empirically Tuned Range-Separated Density Functional Theory Approach.”
      Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation, 13, 1656 (2017). [pdf]
    8. Sangavi Pari, Inger A. Wang, Haizhou Liu, and Bryan M. Wong
      “Sulfate Radical Oxidation of Aromatic Contaminants: A Detailed Assessment of Density Functional Theory and High-Level Quantum Chemical Methods.”
      Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts, 19, 395 (2017). [pdf]
      – Featured as the front cover for the March 2017 themed collection on QSARs and Computational Chemistry Methods in Environmental Chemical Sciences of Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts (Issue 3). [pdf]
    9. Yue Cao, Timothy G. Morrissey, Eric Acome, Sarah I. Allec, Bryan M. Wong, Christoph Keplinger, and Chao Wang
      “A Transparent, Self-Healing, Highly Stretchable Ionic Conductor.”
      Advanced Materials, 29, 1605099 (2017). [pdf]
    10. Alejandro Alvarez Barragan, Niranjan V. Ilawe, Lanlan Zhong, Bryan M. Wong, and Lorenzo Mangolini
      “A Non-Thermal Plasma Route to Plasmonic TiN Nanoparticles.”
      Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 121, 2316 (2017). [pdf]
    11. Tarunpreet Singh Virk, Niranjan V. Ilawe, Guoxian Zhang, Craig P. Yu, Bryan M. Wong, and Julian M. W. Chan
      “Sultam-Based Hetero[5]helicene: Synthesis, Structure, and Crystallization-Induced Emission Enhancement.”
      ACS Omega, 1, 1336 (2016). [pdf]
    12. Stephen L. Coy, David D. Grimes, Yan Zhou, Robert W. Field, and Bryan M. Wong
      “Electric Potential Invariants and Ions-in-Molecules Effective Potentials for Molecular Rydberg States.”
      Journal of Chemical Physics, 145, 234301 (2016). [pdf]
    13. Niranjan V. Ilawe, Jia Fu, Shriram Ramanathan, Bryan M. Wong, and Jianzhong Wu
      “Chemical and Radiation Stability of Ionic Liquids: A Computational Screening Study.”
      Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 120, 27757 (2016). [pdf]
    14. Sarah I. Allec and Bryan M. Wong
      “Inconsistencies in the Electronic Properties of Phosphorene Nanotubes: New Insights from Large-Scale DFT Calculations.”
      Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 7, 4340 (2016). [pdf]bmwong098
    15. Niranjan V. Ilawe, Marc N. Cercy Groulx, and Bryan M. Wong
      “Density Functional Theory Methods for Computing and Predicting Mechanical Properties.”
      Multiscale Materials Modeling for Nanomechanics, 245, 131 (2016). [pdf]bmwong097
    16. Sangavi Pari, Abigail Cuéllar, and Bryan M. Wong
      “Structural and Electronic Properties of Graphdiyne Carbon Nanotubes from Large-Scale DFT Calculations.”
      Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 120, 18871 (2016). [pdf]bmwong096
    17. M. Belén Oviedo, Niranjan V. Ilawe, and Bryan M. Wong
      “Polarizabilities of π-Conjugated Chains Revisited: Improved Results from Broken-Symmetry Range-Separated DFT and New CCSD(T) Benchmarks.”
      Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation, 12, 3593 (2016). [pdf]bmwong095
    18. Sarah I. Allec, Niranjan V. Ilawe, and Bryan M. Wong
      “Unusual Bandgap Oscillations in Template-Directed π-Conjugated Porphyrin Nanotubes.”
      Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 7, 2362 (2016). [pdf]bmwong094
    19. Yongho Joo, Myungwoong Kim, Peishen Huang, Catherine Kanimozhi, Bryan M. Wong, Susmit Singha Roy, Michael S. Arnold, and Padma Gopalan
      “Effect of Dipolar Molecule Structure on the Mechanism of Graphene-Enhanced Raman Scattering.”
      Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 120, 13815 (2016). [pdf]bmwong093
    20. Matthew R. Golder, Curtis E. Colwell, Bryan M. Wong, Lev N. Zakharov, Jingxin Zhen, and Ramesh Jasti
      “Iterative Reductive Aromatization/Ring-Closing Metathesis Strategy toward the Synthesis of Strained Aromatic Belts.”
      Journal of the American Chemical Society, 138, 6577 (2016). [pdf]bmwong092
    21. Lucas M. Hale, Jonathan A. Zimmerman, and Bryan M. Wong
      “Large-Scale Atomistic Simulations of Helium-3 Bubble Growth in Complex Palladium Alloys.”
      Journal of Chemical Physics, 144, 194705 (2016). [pdf]bmwong091
    22. M. Belén Oviedo and Bryan M. Wong
      “Real-Time Quantum Dynamics Reveals Complex, Many-Body Interactions in Solvated Nanodroplets.”
      Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation, 12, 1862 (2016). [pdf]bmwong090
    23. Penghao Li, Bryan M. Wong, Lev N. Zakharov, and Ramesh Jasti
      “Investigating the Reactivity of 1,4-Anthracene-Incorporated Cycloparaphenylene.”
      Organic Letters, 18, 1574 (2016). [pdf]bmwong089
    24. Chengyin Fu, Bryan M. Wong, Krassimir N. Bozhilov, and Juchen Guo
      “Solid State Lithiation-Delithiation of Sulphur in Sub-Nano Confinement: A New Concept for Designing Lithium-Sulphur Batteries.”
      Chemical Science, 7, 1224 (2016). [pdf]bmwong088
    25. Guanghui Li, Chengyin Fu, M. Belén Oviedo, Mingguang Chen, Xiaojuan Tian, Elena Bekyarova, Mikhail E. Itkis, Bryan M. Wong, Juchen Guo, and Robert C. Haddon
      “Giant Raman Response to the Encapsulation of Sulfur in Narrow Diameter Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes.”
      Journal of the American Chemical Society, 138, 40 (2016). [pdf]bmwong087
    26. Xiao Wang Zhou, Donald K. Ward, F. Patrick Doty, Jonathan A. Zimmerman, Bryan M. Wong, Jose Luis Cruz-Campa, Gregory N. Nielson, Jose Juan Chavez, David Zubia, and John C. McClure
      “A Prediction of Dislocation-Free CdTe/CdS Photovoltaic Multilayers Via Nano-Patterning and Composition Grading.”
      Progress in Photovoltaics: Research and Applications, 23, 1837 (2015). [pdf]bmwong086
    27. Niranjan V. Ilawe, Jonathan A. Zimmerman, and Bryan M. Wong
      “Breaking Badly: DFT-D2 Gives Sizeable Errors for Tensile Strengths in Palladium-Hydride Solids.”
      Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation, 11, 5426 (2015). [pdf]bmwong085
    28. Yongho Joo, Gerald J. Brady, Matthew J. Shea, M. Belén Oviedo, Catherine Kanimozhi, Samantha K. Schmitt, Bryan M. Wong, Michael S. Arnold, and Padma Gopalan
      “Isolation of Pristine Electronics Grade Semiconducting Carbon Nanotubes by Switching the Rigidity of the Wrapping Polymer Backbone on Demand.”
      ACS Nano, 9, 10203 (2015). [pdf]bmwong084
    29. Niranjan V. Ilawe, Alexandra E. Raeber, Reinhard Schweitzer-Stenner, Siobhan E. Toal, and Bryan M. Wong
      “Assessing Backbone Solvation Effects in the Conformational Propensities of Amino Acid Residues in Unfolded Peptides.”
      Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 17, 24917 (2015). [pdf]bmwong083
    30. Handan Akpinar, Şevki Can Cevher, Lang Weil, Ali Cirpan, Bryan M. Wong, Dhandapani Venkataraman, and Paul M. Lahti
      “Poly((2-alkylbenzo[l,2,3]triazole-4,7-diyl) vinylene)s for Organic Solar Cells.”
      Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics, 53, 1539 (2015). [pdf]
      – Featured as the front cover for the November 2015 issue of Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics (Volume 53, Issue 21). [pdf]bmwong082
    31. K. Pemasiri, H. E. Jackson, L. M. Smith, B. M. Wong, S. Paiman, Q. Gao, H. H. Tan, and C. Jagadish
      “Quantum Confinement of Excitons in Wurtzite InP Nanowires.”
      Journal of Applied Physics, 117, 194306 (2015). [pdf]bmwong081
    32. Alexandra E. Raeber and Bryan M. Wong
      “The Importance of Short- and Long-Range Exchange on Various Excited State Properties of DNA Monomers, Stacked Complexes, and Watson-Crick Pairs.”
      Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation, 11, 2199 (2015). [pdf]bmwong080
    33. Syed A. Haque, Robert L. Bolhofner, Bryan M. Wong, and Md. Alamgir Hossain
      “Colorimetric and Optical Discrimination of Halides by a Simple Chemosensor.”
      RSC Advances, 5, 38733 (2015). [pdf]bmwong079
    34. Ismet Basaran, Maryam Emami Khansari, Avijit Pramanik, Bryan M. Wong, and Md. Alamgir Hossain
      “Binding and Selectivity of Dihydrogen Phosphate by H-bond Donors and Acceptors in a Tripodal-Based Thiourea Receptor.”
      Tetrahedron Letters, 56, 115 (2015). [pdf]bmwong078
    35. Sourav Chakraborty, Ranjan Dutta, Bryan M. Wong, and Pradyut Ghosh
      “Anion Directed Conformational Diversities of an Arene Based Hexa-Amide Receptor and Recognition of the [F4(H2O)6]4- Cluster.”
      RSC Advances, 4, 62689 (2014). [pdf]bmwong077
    36. Md Mhahabubur Rhaman, Azmain Alamgir, Bryan M. Wong, Douglas R. Powell, and Md. Alamgir Hossain
      “A Highly Efficient Dinuclear Cu(II) Chemosensor for Colorimetric and Fluorescent Detection of Cyanide in Water.”
      RSC Advances, 4, 54263 (2014). [pdf]bmwong076
    37. X. W. Zhou, M. E. Foster, F. B. van Swol, J. E. Martin, and Bryan M. Wong
      “Analytical Bond-Order Potential for the Cd−Te−Se Ternary System.”
      Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 118, 20661 (2014). [pdf]bmwong075
    38. Michael E. Foster, Benjamin A. Zhang, Dustin Murtagh, Yi Liu, Matthew Y. Sfeir, Bryan M. Wong, and Jason D. Azoulay
      “Solution-Processable Donor–Acceptor Polymers with Modular Electronic Properties and Very Narrow Bandgaps.”
      Macromolecular Rapid Communications, 35, 1516 (2014). [pdf]
      – Featured as the front cover for the September 2014 issue of Macromolecular Rapid Communications (Volume 35, Issue 17). [pdf]
      – Featured as one of UC Berkeley’s Molecular Foundry major milestones as “the 1000th paper resulting from Molecular Foundry support”bmwong074
    39. Amol Kafle, Stephen L. Coy, Bryan M.Wong, Albert J. Fornace Jr., James J. Glick, and Paul Vouros
      “Understanding Gas Phase Modifier Interactions in Rapid Analysis by Differential Mobility-Tandem Mass Spectrometry.”
      Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry, 25, 1098 (2014)[pdf]bmwong073
    40. Claudine Katan, Paul Savel, Bryan M. Wong, Thierry Roisnel, Vincent Dorcet, Jean-Luc Fillaut, and Denis Jacquemin
      “Absorption and Fluorescence Signatures of 1,2,3-Triazole Based Regioisomers: Challenging Compounds for TD-DFT.”
      Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 16, 9064 (2014)[pdf]bmwong072
    41. Michael E. Foster, Jason D. Azoulay, Bryan M. Wong, and Mark D. Allendorf
      “Novel Metal-Organic Framework Linkers for Light Harvesting Applications.”
      Chemical Science, 5, 2081 (2014)[pdf]bmwong071
    42. Phillip S. Johnson, Changshui Huang, Myungwoong Kim, Nathaniel S. Safron, Michael S. Arnold, Bryan M. Wong, Padma Gopalan, and F. J. Himpsel
      “Orientation of a Monolayer of Dipolar Molecules on Graphene from X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy.”
      Langmuir, 30, 2559 (2014)[pdf]bmwong070
    43. Kirsty Leong, Michael E. Foster, Bryan M. Wong, Erik D. Spoerke, Dara Van Gough, Joseph C. Deaton, and Mark D. Allendorf
      Energy and Charge Transfer by Donor-Acceptor Pairs Confined in a Metal-Organic Framework: A Spectroscopic and Computational Investigation.”
      Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2, 3389 (2014). [pdf]bmwong069
    44. Ismet Basaran, Maryam Emami Khansari, Avijit Pramanik, Bryan M. Wong, and Md. Alamgir Hossain
      “An Exclusive Fluoride Receptor: Fluoride-Induced Proton Transfer to a Quinoline-Based Thiourea.”
      Tetrahedron Letters, 55, 1467 (2014). [pdf]Microsoft Word - MS_TetLet
    45. Changshui Huang, Myungwoong Kim, Bryan M. Wong, Nathaniel S. Safron, Michael S. Arnold, and Padma Gopalan
      “Raman Enhancement of a Dipolar Molecule on Graphene.”
      Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 118, 2077 (2014). [pdf]bmwong067
    46. Paul Guss, Michael E. Foster, Bryan M. Wong, F. Patrick Doty, Kanai Shah, Michael R. Squillante, Urmila Shirwadka, Rastgo Hawrami, Joshua Tower, and Ding Yuan
      “Results for Aliovalent Doping of CeBr3 with Ca2+.”
      Journal of Applied Physics, 115, 034908 (2014). [pdf]bmwong066
    47. Donald K. Ward, Xiaowang Zhou, Bryan M. Wong, and F. Patrick Doty
      “A Refined Parameterization of the Analytical Cd-Zn-Te Bond-Order Potential.”
      Journal of Molecular Modelling, 19, 5469 (2013). [pdf]bmwong065
    48. Yuanchun Zhao, Changshui Huang, Myungwoong Kim, Bryan M. Wong, François Léonard, Padma Gopalan, and Mark A. Eriksson
      “Functionalization of Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes with Chromophores of Opposite Internal Dipole Orientation.”
      ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 5, 9355 (2013). [pdf]bmwong064
    49. Matthew R. Golder, Bryan M. Wong, and Ramesh Jasti
      “Photophysical and Theoretical Investigations of the [8]Cycloparaphenylene Radical Cation and Its Charge-Resonance Dimer.”
      Chemical Science, 4, 4285 (2013). [pdf]
      – Selected by the editors to appear in the Physical Chemistry Themed Collection of Chemical Science as one of the “great research papers and reviews published in Chemical Science in the broad area of physical chemistry”
      – Featured as a “HOT Chemical Science Edge Article” in Chemical Science Blog (October 2, 2013)bmwong063
    50. Kirill Prozument, Rachel Glyn Shaver, Monika A. Ciuba, John S. Muenter, G. Barratt Park, John F. Stanton, Hua Guo, Bryan M. Wong, David S. Perry, and Robert W. Field
      “A New Approach Toward Transition State Spectroscopy.”
      Faraday Discussions, 163, 33 (2013). [pdf]bmwong062
    51. L. M. Hale, B. M. Wong, J. A. Zimmerman, and X. Zhou
      “Atomistic Potentials for Palladium-Silver Hydrides.”
      Modelling and Simulation in Materials Science and Engineering, 21, 045005 (2013). [pdf]bmwong061
    52. Karina Kornobis, Neeraj Kumar, Piotr Lodowski, Maria Jaworska, Piotr Piecuch, Jesse J. Lutz, Bryan M. Wong, and Pawel M. Kozlowski
      “Electronic Structure of the S1 State in Methylcobalamin: Insight from CASSCF/MC-XQDPT2, EOM-CCSD, and TD-DFT Calculations.”
      Journal of Computational Chemistry, 34, 987 (2013). [pdf]bmwong060
    53. Melodie Fickenscher, Teng Shi, Howard E. Jackson, Leigh M. Smith, Jan M. Yarrison-Rice, Changlin Zheng, Peter Miller, Joanne Etheridge, Bryan M. Wong, Qiang Gao, Shriniwas Deshpande, Hark Hoe Tan, and Chennupati Jagadish
      “Optical, Structural, and Numerical Investigations of GaAs/AlGaAs Core–Multishell Nanowire Quantum Well Tubes.”
      Nano Letters, 13, 1016 (2013). [pdf]
      – Featured as “Science News” in ScienceDaily (April 23, 2013)bmwong059
    54. Jason D. Azoulay, Zachary A. Koretz, Bryan M. Wong, and Guillermo C. Bazan
      “Bridgehead Imine Substituted Cyclopentadithiophene Derivatives: An Effective Strategy for Band Gap Control in Donor-Acceptor Polymers.”
      Macromolecules, 46, 1337 (2013). [pdf]
      – Selected by the editors to appear in the ACS Select Virtual Issue of JACS Beta for “focusing on the design of new donor and acceptor units and their incorporation into macromolecules”bmwong058
    55. Alexandra C. Ford, Michael Shaughnessy, Bryan M. Wong, Alexander A. Kane, Oleksandr V. Kuznetsov, Karen L. Krafcik, W. Edward Billups, Robert H. Hauge, and François Léonard
      “Physical Removal of Metallic Carbon Nanotubes from Nanotube Network Devices Using a Thermal and Fluidic Process.”
      Nanotechnology, 24, 105202 (2013). [pdf]
      – Featured as “Lab Talk” in nanotechweb.org (March 7, 2013)bmwong057
    56. D. K. Ward, X. W. Zhou, B. M. Wong, F. P. Doty, and J. A. Zimmerman
      “Analytical Bond-Order Potential for the Cd-Zn-Te Ternary System.”
      Physical Review B, 86, 245203 (2012). [pdf]bmwong056
    57. Patrick L. Feng, Janelle Villone, Khalid Hattar, Stanley Mrowka, Bryan M. Wong, Mark D. Allendorf, and F. Patrick Doty
      “Spectral- and Pulse-Shape Discrimination in Triplet-Harvesting Plastic Scintillators.”
      IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, 59, 3312 (2012). [pdf]bmwong055
    58. Jianlong Xia, Matthew R. Golder, Michael E. Foster, Bryan M. Wong, and Ramesh Jasti
      “Synthesis, Characterization, and Computational Studies of Cycloparaphenylene Dimers.”
      Journal of the American Chemical Society, 134, 19709 (2012). [pdf]
      – Featured as one of the “important recent papers in computational and theoretical chemistry” in Computational Chemistry Highlights (January 23, 2013)bmwong054
    59. Andrew W. Long and Bryan M. Wong
      “PAMELA: An Open-Source Software Package for Calculating Nonlocal Exact Exchange Effects on Electron Gases in Core-Shell Nanowires.”
      AIP Advances, 2, 032173 (2012). [pdf]
      – Download the open-source “PAMELA (Pseudospectral Analysis Method with Exchange & Local Approximations)” software package here: PAMELA
      – Featured as the Top 20 Most Read Articles in AIP Advances during the month of September 2012bmwong053
    60. Xiaowang Zhou, Donald K. Ward, Bryan M. Wong, F. Patrick Doty, and Jonathan A. Zimmerman
      “Molecular Dynamics Studies of Dislocations in CdTe Crystals from a New Bond Order Potential.”
      Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 116, 17563 (2012). [pdf]bmwong052
    61. Guillaume Reinisch, Kenji Miki, Gérard L. Vignoles, Bryan M. Wong, and Chris S. Simmons
      “An Efficient and Accurate Formalism for the Treatment of Large Amplitude Intramolecular Motion.”
      Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation, 8, 2713 (2012). [pdf]bmwong051
    62. Michael E. Foster and Bryan M. Wong
      “Non-Empirically Tuned Range-Separated DFT Accurately Predicts Both Fundamental and Excitation Gaps in DNA and RNA Nucleobases.”
      Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation, 8, 2682 (2012). [pdf]bmwong050
    63. Musabbir A. Saeed, Avijit Pramanik, Bryan M. Wong, Syed Ataul Haque, Douglas R. Powell, Dillip Kumar Chand, and Md. Alamgir Hossain
      “Self-Assembly of Ordered Water Tetramers in an Encapsulated [Br(H2O)12] Complex.”
      Chemical Communications, 48, 8631 (2012). [pdf]
      – Featured as the back cover for the September 7, 2012 issue of Chemical Communications (Volume 48, Issue 69). [pdf]bmwong049
    64. Md. Alamgir Hossain, Musabbir A. Saeed, Avijit Pramanik, Bryan M. Wong, Syed A. Haque, and Douglas R. Powell
      “A Self-Assembled Fluoride-Water Cyclic Cluster of [F(H2O)]44- in a Molecular Box.”
      Journal of the American Chemical Society, 134, 11892 (2012). [pdf]bmwong048
    65. J. J. Chavez, D. K. Ward, B. M. Wong, F. P. Doty, J. L. Cruz-Campa, G. N. Nielson, V. P. Gupta, D. Zubia, J. McClure, and X. W. Zhou
      “Defect Formation Dynamics During CdTe Overlayer Growth.”
      Physical Review B, 85, 245316 (2012). [pdf]bmwong047
    66. X. W. Zhou, D. K. Ward, B. M. Wong, and F. P. Doty
      “Melt-Growth Dynamics in CdTe Crystals.”
      Physical Review Letters, 108, 245503 (2012). [pdf]bmwong046
    67. Jonathan W. Lee, Robert H. Nilson, Jeremy A. Templeton, Stewart K. Griffiths, Andy Kung, and Bryan M. Wong
      “Comparison of Molecular Dynamics with Classical Density Functional and Poisson-Boltzmann Theories of the Electric Double Layer in Nanochannels.”
      Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation, 8, 2012 (2012). [pdf]bmwong045
    68. X. W. Zhou, D. K. Ward, B. M. Wong, F. P. Doty, J. A. Zimmerman, G. N. Nielson, J. L. Cruz-Campa, V. P. Gupta, J. E. Granata, and D. Zubia
      “High-Fidelity Simulations of CdTe Vapor Deposition from a Bond-Order Potential-Based Molecular Dynamics Method.”
      Physical Review B, 85, 245302 (2012). [pdf]bmwong044
    69. Avijit Pramanik, Douglas R. Powell, Bryan M. Wong, and Md. Alamgir Hossain
      “Spectroscopic, Structural, and Theoretical Studies of Halide Complexes with a Urea-Based Tripodal Receptor.”
      Inorganic Chemistry, 51, 4274 (2012). [pdf]bmwong043
    70. D. K. Ward, X. W. Zhou, B. M. Wong, F. P. Doty, and J. A. Zimmerman
      “Analytical Bond-Order Potential for the Cadmium Telluride Binary System.”
      Physical Review B, 85, 115206 (2012). [pdf]bmwong042
    71. Tiffany H. Russ, Avijit Pramanik, Maryam E. Khansari, Bryan M. Wong, and Md. Alamgir Hossain
      “A Quinoline Based bis-Urea Receptor for Anions: A Selective Receptor for Hydrogen Sulfate.”
      Natural Product Communications, 7, 301 (2012). [pdf]bmwong041
    72. Bryan M. Wong, Simon H. Ye, and Greg O’Bryan
      “Reversible, Opto-Mechanically Induced Spin-Switching in a Nanoribbon-Spiropyran Hybrid Material.”
      Nanoscale, 4, 1321 (2012). [pdf]bmwong040
    73. Bryan M. Wong and Jonathan W. Lee
      “Anomalous Optoelectronic Properties of Chiral Carbon Nanorings…and One Ring to Rule Them All.”
      Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 2, 2702 (2011). [pdf]bmwong039
    74. Changshui Huang, Randy K. Wang, Bryan M. Wong, David J. McGee, François Léonard, Yun Jun Kim, Kirsten F. Johnson, Michael S. Arnold, Mark A. Eriksson, and Padma Gopalan
      “Spectroscopic Properties of Nanotube-Chromophore Hybrids.”
      ACS Nano, 5, 7767 (2011). [pdf]bmwong038
    75. Bryan M. Wong and Joseph G. Cordaro
      “Electronic Properties of Vinylene-Linked Heterocyclic Conducting Polymers: Predictive Design and Rational Guidance from DFT Calculations.”
      Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 115, 18333 (2011). [pdf]bmwong037
    76. Benjamin W. Jacobs, Ronald J. T. Houk, Bryan M. Wong, A. Alec Talin, and Mark D. Allendorf
      “Electron Beam Synthesis of Metal and Semiconductor Nanoparticles Using Metal-Organic Frameworks as Ordered Precursors.”
      Nanotechnology, 22, 375601 (2011). [pdf]
      Featured as “Lab Talk” in nanotechweb.org (September 9, 2011)bmwong036
    77. Bryan M. Wong, François Léonard, Qiming Li, and George T. Wang
      “Nanoscale Effects on Heterojunction Electron Gases in GaN/AlGaN Core/Shell Nanowires.”
      Nano Letters, 11, 3074 (2011). [pdf]bmwong035
    78. Bryan M. Wong and Simon H. Ye
      “Self-Assembled Cyclic Oligothiophene Nanotubes: Electronic Properties from a Dispersion-Corrected Hybrid Functional.”
      Physical Review B, 84, 075115 (2011). [pdf]
      – Selected by the editor to appear in the August 22, 2011 issue of the Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology (Volume 24, Issue 8)bmwong034
    79. D. K. Ward, X. W. Zhou, B. M. Wong, F. P. Doty, and J. A. Zimmerman
      “Accuracy of Existing Atomic Potentials for the CdTe Semiconductor Compound.”
      Journal of Chemical Physics, 134, 244703 (2011). [pdf]bmwong033
    80. Jeremy A. Templeton, Reese E. Jones, Jonathan W. Lee, Jonathan A. Zimmerman, and Bryan M. Wong
      “A Long-Range Electric Field Solver for Molecular Dynamics Based on Atomistic-to-Continuum Modeling.”
      Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation, 7, 1736 (2011). [pdf]bmwong032
    81. Bryan M. Wong, David Lacina, Ida M. B. Nielsen, Jason Graetz, and Mark D. Allendorf
      “Thermochemistry of Alane Complexes for Hydrogen Storage: A Theoretical and Experimental Comparison.”
      Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 115, 7778 (2011). [pdf]bmwong031
    82. Muhammet Işiklan, Musabbir A. Saeed, Avijit Pramanik, Bryan M. Wong, Frank R. Fronczek, and Md. Alamgir Hossain
      “A C3 Symmetric Nitrate Complex with a Tripodal Receptor.”
      Crystal Growth & Design, 11, 959 (2011). [pdf]bmwong030
    83. Jeffrey J. Kay, Stephen L. Coy, Bryan M. Wong, Christian Jungen, and Robert W. Field
      “A Quantum Defect Model for the s, p, d, and f Rydberg Series of CaF.”
      Journal of Chemical Physics, 134, 114313 (2011). [pdf]
      – Selected by the editors as a Journal of Chemical Physics Editors’ Choice for 2011 as one of the “many notable JCP articles published in 2011 that present ground-breaking research.” [pdf]bmwong029
    84. Karina Kornobis, Neeraj Kumar, Bryan M. Wong, Piotr Lodowski, Maria Jaworska, Tadeusz Andruniów, Kenneth Ruud, and Pawel M. Kozlowski
      “Electronically Excited States of Vitamin B12: Benchmark Calculations Including Time-Dependent Density Functional Theory and Correlated Ab Initio Methods.”
      Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 115, 1280 (2011). [pdf]bmwong028
    85. Bryan M. Wong and Timothy H. Hsieh
      “Optoelectronic and Excitonic Properties of Oligoacenes: Substantial Improvements from Range-Separated Time-Dependent Density Functional Theory.”
      Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation, 6, 3704 (2010). [pdf]bmwong027
    86. Greg O’Bryan, Bryan M. Wong, and James R. McElhanon
      “Stress Sensing in Polycaprolactone Films Via an Embedded Photochromic Compound.”
      ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2, 1594 (2010). [pdf]bmwong026
    87. Musabbir A. Saeed, Bryan M. Wong, Frank R. Fronczek, Ramaiyer Venkatraman, and Md. Alamgir Hossain
      “Formation of an Amine-Water Cyclic Pentamer: A New Type of Water Cluster in a Polyazacryptand.”
      Crystal Growth & Design, 10, 1486 (2010). [pdf]bmwong025
    88. Md. Alamgir Hossain, Musabbir A. Saeed, Frank R. Fronczek, Bryan M. Wong, Kalpana R. Dey, John S. Mendy, and Don Gibson
      “Charge-Assisted Encapsulation of Two Chlorides by a Hexaprotonated Azamacrocycle.”
      Crystal Growth & Design, 10, 1478 (2010). [pdf]bmwong024
    89. Kalpana R. Dey, Bryan M. Wong, and Md. Alamgir Hossain
      “Rational Design of a Macrocycle-Based Chemosensor for Anions.”
      Tetrahedron Letters, 51, 1329 (2010). [pdf]bmwong023
    90. Bryan M. Wong
      “Optoelectronic Properties of Carbon Nanorings: Excitonic Effects from Time-Dependent Density Functional Theory.”
      Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 113, 21921 (2009). [pdf]bmwong022
    91. Bryan M. Wong, Manuel Piacenza, and Fabio Della Sala
      “Absorption and Fluorescence Properties of Oligothiophene Biomarkers from Long-Range-Corrected Time-Dependent Density Functional Theory.”
      Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 11, 4498 (2009). [pdf]bmwong021
    92. Xinjian Zhou, Thomas Zifer, Bryan M. Wong, Karen L. Krafcik, François Léonard, and Andrew L. Vance
      “Color Detection Using Chromophore-Nanotube Hybrid Devices.”
      Nano Letters, 9, 1028 (2009). [pdf]
      – Featured as “News” in the February 2009 issue of physicsworld.com
      – Featured in MIT Technology Review (March 6, 2009)
      – Featured as “News and Views” in the April 2009 issue of Nature Photonics (Volume 3, Number 4). [pdf]
      – Featured as “Nanotechnology News” in PhysOrg.com (April 30, 2009)
      – Featured in Ceramic Tech Today (May 26, 2009)
      – Featured as “News” in The Future of Things (May 27, 2009)
      – Featured as “Tech News” in the July 2009 issue of Photonics Spectra (Issue 7)
      – Featured as the front cover for the August 2009 issue of electroindustry (Volume 14, Number 7)
      – Featured as “Issues and Events” in the October 2009 issue of Physics Today (Volume 62, Issue 10). [pdf]bmwong020
    93. Bryan M. Wong and Alfredo M. Morales
      “Enhanced Photocurrent Efficiency of a Carbon Nanotube p-n Junction Electromagnetically Coupled to a Photonic Structure.”
      Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 42, 055111 (2009). [pdf]bmwong019
    94. Bryan M. Wong
      “Noncovalent Interactions in Supramolecular Complexes: A Study on Corannulene and the Double Concave Buckycatcher.”
      Journal of Computational Chemistry, 30, 51 (2009). [pdf]bmwong018
    95. Bryan M. Wong
      “Charge-Transfer Properties of Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells via Long-Range-Corrected Density Functional Theory.”
      Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, 1120E, 1120-M01-03 (2008). [pdf]bmwong017
    96. Bryan M. Wong and Joseph G. Cordaro
      “Coumarin Dyes for Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells: A Long-Range-Corrected Density Functional Study.”
      Journal of Chemical Physics, 129, 214703 (2008). [pdf]bmwong016
    97. Mark A. Rodriguez, Jessica L. Nichol, Thomas Zifer, Andrew L. Vance, Bryan M. Wong, and François Léonard
      “(E)-4-[(4-Nitrophenyl)diazenyl]phenyl anthracene-9-carboxylate.”
      Acta Crystallographica Section E, E64, o2258 (2008). [pdf]bmwong015
    98. Bryan M. Wong
      “Nuclear Quadrupole Hyperfine Structure in HC14N/H14NC and DC15N/D15NC Isomerization: A Diagnostic Tool for Characterizing Vibrational Localization.”
      Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 10, 5599 (2008). [pdf]bmwong014
    99. Jeffrey J. Kay, Stephen L. Coy, Vladimir S. Petrovic, Bryan M. Wong, and Robert W. Field
      “Separation of Long-Range and Short-Range Interactions in Rydberg States of Diatomic Molecules.”
      Journal of Chemical Physics, 128, 194301 (2008). [pdf]bmwong013
    100. Hans A. Bechtel, Adam H. Steeves, Bryan M. Wong, and Robert W. Field
      “Evolution of Chemical Bonding During HCN←→HNC Isomerization as Revealed Through Nuclear Quadrupole Hyperfine Structure.”
      Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 47, 2969 (2008). [pdf]bmwong012
    101. X. W. Zhou, J. A. Zimmerman, B. M. Wong, and J. J. Hoyt
      “An Embedded-Atom Method Interatomic Potential for Pd-H Alloys.”
      Journal of Materials Research, 23, 704 (2008). [pdf]bmwong011
    102. Mark A. Rodriguez, Thomas Zifer, Andrew L. Vance, Bryan M. Wong, and Francois Leonard
      “(E)-2-{Ethyl[4-(4-nitrophenyldiazenyl)-phenyl]amino}ethyl anthracene-9-carboxylate.”
      Acta Crystallographica Section E, E64, o595 (2008). [pdf]bmwong010
    103. Bryan M. Wong, Maria M. Fadri, and Sumathy Raman
      “Thermodynamic Calculations for Molecules with Asymmetric Internal Rotors. II. Application to the 1,2-Dihaloethanes.”
      Journal of Computational Chemistry, 29, 481 (2008). [pdf]bmwong009
    104. Ryan L. Thom, Bryan M. Wong, Robert W. Field, and John F. Stanton
      “Studies of Intersystem Crossing Dynamics in Acetylene.”
      Journal of Chemical Physics, 126, 184307 (2007). [pdf]bmwong008
    105. Bryan M. Wong and Sumathy Raman
      “Thermodynamic Calculations for Molecules with Asymmetric Internal Rotors – Application to 1,3-Butadiene.”
      Journal of Computational Chemistry, 28, 759 (2007). [pdf]
      – Featured in Scientific Computing
      – Featured in Desktop Engineering (May 1, 2006)
      – Featured by the editor of HPCwire (June 9, 2006)
      – Featured in Machine Design (September 14, 2006)
      – Featured in HPCwire (February 9, 2007)
      – Featured as “Research News” in Scientific Computing World (February 16, 2007)bmwong007
    106. Bryan M. Wong, Adam H. Steeves, and Robert W. Field
      “Electronic Signatures of Large Amplitude Motions: Dipole Moments of Vibrationally Excited Local-Bend and Local-Stretch States of S0 Acetylene.”
      Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 110, 18912 (2006). [pdf]bmwong006
    107. Bryan M. Wong, Ryan L. Thom, and Robert W. Field
      “Accurate Inertias for Large-Amplitude Motions: Improvements on Prevailing Approximations.”
      Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 110, 7406 (2006). [pdf]
      – Download the open-source “Eckart Inertias” software package here: Eckart Inertias
      – Download the open-source “Pitzer Inertias” software package here: Pitzer Inertiasbmwong005
    108. Bryan M. Wong, Serhan N. Altunata, and Robert W. Field
      “Analytical Calculations of Molecular Integrals for Multielectron R-Matrix Methods.”
      Journal of Chemical Physics, 124, 014106 (2006). [pdf]bmwong004
    109. B. M. Wong and W. H. Green Jr.
      “Effects of Large-Amplitude Torsions on Partition Functions: Beyond the Conventional Separability Assumption.”
      Molecular Physics, 103, 1027 (2005). [pdf]bmwong003
    110. Huzeifa Ismail, J. Park, Bryan M. Wong, William H. Green Jr., and M. C. Lin
      “A Theoretical and Experimental Kinetic Study of Phenyl Radical Addition to Butadiene.”
      Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, 30, 1049 (2005). [pdf]bmwong002
    111. Bryan M. Wong, David M. Matheu, and William H. Green, Jr.
      “Temperature and Molecular Size Dependence of the High-Pressure Limit.”
      Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 107, 6206 (2003). [pdf]bmwong001