Taylor J Woehl
Taylor J Woehl
Assistant Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, University of Maryland
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Direct in Situ Determination of the Mechanisms Controlling Nanoparticle Nucleation and Growth
TJ Woehl, JE Evans, I Arslan, WD Ristenpart, ND Browning
ACS nano 6 (10), 8599-8610, 2012
Experimental procedures to mitigate electron beam induced artifacts during in situ fluid imaging of nanomaterials
TJ Woehl, KL Jungjohann, JE Evans, I Arslan, WD Ristenpart, ...
Ultramicroscopy 127, 53-63, 2013
Direct observation of aggregative nanoparticle growth: Kinetic modeling of the size distribution and growth rate
TJ Woehl, C Park, JE Evans, I Arslan, WD Ristenpart, ND Browning
Nano letters 14 (1), 373-378, 2014
Factors influencing quantitative liquid (scanning) transmission electron microscopy
P Abellan, TJ Woehl, LR Parent, ND Browning, JE Evans, I Arslan
Chemical Communications 50 (38), 4873-4880, 2014
Direct in Situ Observation of Nanoparticle Synthesis in a Liquid Crystal Surfactant Template
LR Parent, DB Robinson, TJ Woehl, WD Ristenpart, JE Evans, ...
Acs Nano 6 (4), 3589-3596, 2012
Multi-component Fe–Ni hydroxide nanocatalyst for oxygen evolution and methanol oxidation reactions under alkaline conditions
SL Candelaria, NM Bedford, TJ Woehl, NS Rentz, AR Showalter, ...
ACS Catalysis 7 (1), 365-379, 2017
Defining the radiation chemistry during liquid cell electron microscopy to enable visualization of nanomaterial growth and degradation dynamics
TJ Woehl, P Abellan
Journal of microscopy 265 (2), 135-147, 2017
Nucleation of Iron Oxide Nanoparticles Mediated by Mms6 Protein in Situ
S Kashyap, TJ Woehl, X Liu, SK Mallapragada, T Prozorov
Acs Nano 8 (9), 9097-9106, 2014
The mechanisms for nanoparticle surface diffusion and chain self-assembly determined from real-time nanoscale kinetics in liquid
TJ Woehl, T Prozorov
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 119 (36), 21261-21269, 2015
Minimum cost multi-way data association for optimizing multitarget tracking of interacting objects
C Park, TJ Woehl, JE Evans, ND Browning
IEEE transactions on pattern analysis and machine intelligence 37 (3), 611-624, 2014
Understanding the role of solvation forces on the preferential attachment of nanoparticles in liquid
DA Welch, TJ Woehl, C Park, R Faller, JE Evans, ND Browning
ACS nano 10 (1), 181-187, 2016
Correlative Electron and Fluorescence Microscopy of Magnetotactic Bacteria in Liquid: Toward In Vivo Imaging
TJ Woehl, S Kashyap, E Firlar, T Perez-Gonzalez, D Faivre, D Trubitsyn, ...
Scientific reports 4, 6854, 2014
Peptide-directed PdAu nanoscale surface segregation: toward controlled bimetallic architecture for catalytic materials
NM Bedford, AR Showalter, TJ Woehl, ZE Hughes, S Lee, B Reinhart, ...
Acs Nano 10 (9), 8645-8659, 2016
Hexatic-to-Disorder Transition in Colloidal Crystals Near Electrodes: Rapid Annealing of Polycrystalline Domains
CS Dutcher, TJ Woehl, NH Talken, WD Ristenpart
Physical review letters 111 (12), 128302, 2013
Electrolyte-dependent aggregation of colloidal particles near electrodes in oscillatory electric fields
TJ Woehl, KL Heatley, CS Dutcher, NH Talken, WD Ristenpart
Langmuir 30 (17), 4887-4894, 2014
Nature of peptide wrapping onto metal nanoparticle catalysts and driving forces for size control
H Ramezani-Dakhel, NM Bedford, TJ Woehl, MR Knecht, RR Naik, ...
Nanoscale 9 (24), 8401-8409, 2017
Quantifying the nucleation and growth kinetics of electron beam nanochemistry with liquid cell scanning transmission electron microscopy
M Wang, C Park, TJ Woehl
Chemistry of Materials 30 (21), 7727-7736, 2018
Bifurcation in the Steady-State Height of Colloidal Particles near an Electrode in Oscillatory Electric Fields: Evidence for a Tertiary Potential Minimum
TJ Woehl, BJ Chen, KL Heatley, NH Talken, SC Bukosky, CS Dutcher, ...
Physical Review X 5 (1), 011023, 2015
Visualization of iron-binding micelles in acidic recombinant biomineralization protein, MamC
S Kashyap, T Woehl, C Valverde-Tercedor, M Sánchez-Quesada, ...
Journal of Nanomaterials 2014, 2014
Dark-Field Scanning Transmission Ion Microscopy via Detection of Forward-Scattered Helium Ions with a Microchannel Plate
TJ Woehl, RM White, RR Keller
Microscopy and Microanalysis 22 (3), 544-550, 2016
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