Richard Stockton Maxwell

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A model is presented to explain the formation and morphologies of surfactant-silicate mesostructures. Three processes are identified: multidentate binding of silicate oligomers to the cationic surfactant, preferential silicate polymerization in the interface region, and charge density matching between the surfactant and the silicate. The model explains(More)
  • Alan H. Taylor, Anna M. Vandervlugt, +4 authors R. StocktonMaxwell
  • 2013
Questions: What were the characteristics of pre-Anglo-American (reference) forests before logging, grazing and fire exclusion, and how have they changed? What were the structural characteristics of canopy and surface fuels and potential fire behaviour in reference forests, and how do they compare to contemporary forests? How might information from reference(More)
The structure and composition of a rimrock pine community was studied in the New River Gorge National River, West Virginia. A forest survey found that the overstory was dominated by Pinus virginiana, Nyssa sylvatica, Oxydendrum arboreum, Acer rubrum, and Quercus spp. The importance of Pinus virginiana decreased rapidly with increasing distance from the(More)
3D printing of polymeric foams by direct-ink-write is a recent technological breakthrough that enables the creation of versatile compressible solids with programmable microstructure, customizable shapes, and tunable mechanical response including negative elastic modulus. However, in many applications the success of these 3D printed materials as a viable(More)
The Acknowledgements section in this Article is incomplete. " We would like to sincerely thank Dr. Jim Schneider of National Security Campus, MO (formerly Kansas City Plant) for giving us access to the results of their load retention study on the stochastic foam material. should read: " We would like to sincerely thank Dr. Jim Schneider of National Security(More)
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