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  • 60. Demirci, S., Avazlı, N., Durgun, E. and Cahangirov, S., 2017. Structural and electronic properties of monolayer group III monochalcogenides. Physical Review B, 95(11), p.115409. [pdf]

    59. Onat, B., Hallioglu, L., İpek, S. and Durgun, E., 2017. Tuning Electronic Properties of Monolayer Hexagonal Boron Phosphide with Group III–IV–V Dopants. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C. [pdf]

    58. Peelaers, H., Durgun, E., Partoens, B., Bilc, D., Ghosez, P., Van de Walle, C. and Peeters, F., 2017. Ab initio study of hydrogenic effective mass impurities in Si nanowires. Journal of physics. Condensed matter: an Institute of Physics journal. [pdf]

  • 57. Kecik, D., Durgun, E. and Ciraci, S., 2016. Optical properties of single-layer and bilayer arsenene phases. Physical Review B, 94(20), p.205410. [pdf]

    56. Kecik, D., Durgun, E. and Ciraci, S., 2016. Stability of single-layer and multilayer arsenene and their mechanical and electronic properties. Physical Review B, 94(20), p.205409. [pdf]

    55.  Celebioglu, A., Kayaci-Senirmak, F., İpek, S., Durgun, E. and Uyar, T., 2016. Polymer-free nanofibers from vanillin/cyclodextrin inclusion complexes: high thermal stability, enhanced solubility and antioxidant property. Food & Function, 7(7), pp.3141-3153. [pdf]

    54.  Aytac, Z., Yildiz, Z.I., Kayaci-Senirmak, F., San Keskin, N.O., Kusku, S.I., Durgun, E., Tekinay, T. and Uyar, T., 2016. Fast-Dissolving, Prolonged Release, and Antibacterial Cyclodextrin/Limonene-Inclusion Complex Nanofibrous Webs via Polymer-Free Electrospinning. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 64(39), pp.7325-7334. [pdf]

    53. Cihan, E., Ipek, S., Durgun, E. and Baykara, Z.B., 2016. Structural lubricity under ambient conditions. Nature Communications, 7:12055. [pdf]

    52. Aytac, Z., Kusku, S.I., Durgun, E. and Uyar, T., 2016. Encapsulation of gallic acid/cyclodextrin inclusion complex in electrospun polylactic acid nanofibers: Release behavior and antioxidant activity of gallic acid. Materials Science and Engineering: C, 63, pp.231-239. [pdf]

    51. Onen, A., Kecik, D., Durgun, E. and Ciraci, S., 2016. GaN: From three-to two-dimensional single-layer crystal and its multilayer van der Waals solids.Physical Review B, 93(8), p.085431. [pdf]

    50. Aytac, Z., Kusku, S.I., Durgun, E. and Uyar, T., 2016. Quercetin/β-cyclodextrin inclusion complex embedded nanofibres: Slow release and high solubility. Food chemistry, 197, pp.864-871. [pdf]

    49. Celebioglu, A., Sen, H.S., Durgun, E. and Uyar, T., 2016. Molecular entrapment of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) by electrospun cyclodextrin nanofibers. Chemosphere, 144, pp.736-744. [pdf]

  • 48. “Layer- and strain-dependent optoelectronic properties of hexagonal AlN”. D. Kecik, C. Bacaksiz, R. T. Senger, and E. Durgun. PHYSICAL REVIEW B [pdf]

    47. “Prediction of a two-dimensional crystalline structure of nitrogen atoms”. V. Ongun Özçelik, O. Üzengi Aktürk, E. Durgun, and S. Ciraci. PHYSICAL REVIEW B [pdf]

    46. “Insight on Tricalcium Silicate Hydration and Dissolution Mechanism from Molecular Simulations”. Hegoi Manzano, Engin Durgun, Iñigo Lopez Arbeloa, Jeffrey C Grossman. ACS applied materials & interfaces [pdf]

    45. “Modulation of Electronic Properties in Laterally and Commensurately Repeating Graphene and Boron Nitride Composite Nanostructures”. V Ongun Özçelik, Engin Durgun, Salim Ciraci. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C [pdf]

    44. “Sulfisoxazole/cyclodextrin inclusion complex incorporated in electrospun hydroxypropyl cellulose nanofibers as drug delivery system”. Zeynep Aytac , Huseyin Sener Sen, Engin Durgun, Tamer Uyar. Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces [pdf]

    43. “Realization of a p–n junction in a single layer boron-phosphide”. Deniz Çakır, Deniz Kecik, Hasan Sahin, Engin Durgun and Francois M. Peeters. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics(2015)[pdf]

    42. Electrospun nylon 6, 6 nanofibers functionalized with cyclodextrins for removal of toluene vapor.” Kayaci, Fatma, Huseyin Sener Sen, Engin Durgun, and Tamer Uyar. Journal of Applied Polymer Science (2015)[pdf]

  • 41. “Adsorption of Group-IV Elements on Graphene, Silicene, Germanene, Stanene: Dumbbell Formation” V. Ongun Özçelik, Deniz Kecik, Engin Durgun, and Salim Ciraci. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2014) [pdf]

    40. “Synthesis of Colloidal 2D/3D MoS2 Nanostructures by Pulsed Laser Ablation in Organic Liquid Environment” Tugba Oztas, Huseyin Sener Sen, Engin Durgun, and Bülend Ortaç J. Phys. Chem. C.DOI: 10.1021/jp505858h(2014) [pdf]

    39. “Monolayers of MoS2 as an oxidation protective nanocoating material” H. Sener Sen, H. Sahin, F. M. Peeters and E. Durgun. J. Appl. Phys. 116, 083508 (2014) [pdf]

    38. “Spontaneous High Piezoelectricity in Poly (vinylidene fluoride) Nanoribbons Produced by Iterative Thermal Size Reduction Technique.” Mehmet Kanik, Ozan Aktas, Huseyin Sener Sen, Engin Durgun, and Mehmet Bayindir. ACS Nano 8, 9311-9323 (2014) [pdf]

    37. “New Phases of Germanene” V. Ongun Özçelik, Engin Durgun, and Salim Ciraci, The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 5, 2694–2699 (2014) [pdf]

    36. “The Characterization, Stability, and Reactivity of Synthetic Calcium Silicate Surfaces from First Principles” E. Durgun, H. Manzano, P. V. Kumar, and Jeffrey C. Grossman, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 118, 15214-15219 (2014) [pdf]

    35. “Functional electrospun polymeric nanofibers incorporating geraniol–cyclodextrin inclusion complexes: High thermal stability and enhanced durability of geraniol.” Fatma Kayaci, H. Sener Sen, Engin Durgun, and Tamer Uyar, Food Research International 62, 424-431 (2014) [pdf]

  • 34. “Photoswichable Molecular Rings for Solar-Thermal Energy Storage” E. Durgun and J.C Grossman, Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 4, 854-860 (2013) [pdf]

  • 33. “Hydrogen-Saturated Silicon Nanowires Heavily Doped with Interstitial and Substitutional Transition Metals” E. Durgun, D.I. Bilc, S. Ciraci, and Ph. Ghosez, J. Phys. Chem. C, 116, 15713 (2012) [pdf]

    32. “Understanding and Controlling the reactivity of the Calcium Silicate Phases from First Principles” E. Durgun, H. Manzano, R.J.M. Pellenq, and J.C. Grossman, Chem. Mater. 24, 1262 (2012) [pdf]

    31. “Impact of Chemical Impurities on the Crystalline Cement Clinker Phases Determined by Atomistic Simulations” H. Manzano, E. Durgun, M.J.A. Qomi, F-J. Ulm, R.J.M. Pellenq, and J.C. Grossman, Cryst. Growth Des. 11, 2964 (2011) [pdf]

    30. “DFT Studies of Solvation Effects on the Nanosize Bare, Thiolated, and Redox Active Ligated Au55 Cluster”G. Periyasamy, E. Durgun, J-Y. Raty, and F. Remacle, J. Phys. Chem. C 114, 15941 (2010) [pdf]

    29. “Polarization vortices in GeTe nanoplatelets: A Theoretical Study”E. Durgun, R. Shaltaf, Ph. Ghosez, and X. Gonze, and J.Y Raty, Phys. Rev. Lett. 103, 247601 (2009) [pdf]

    28. “Functionalization of silicon nanowires through transition metal doping”E. Durgun, N. Akman, and S. Ciraci Phys. Rev. B   78, 195116 (2008) [pdf]

    27. “Dynamical, dielectric, and elastic properties of GeTe” R. Shaltaf, E. Durgun, J.Y Raty, Ph. Ghosez, and X. Gonze Phys. Rev B 78, 205203 (2008) [pdf]

    26. “Electronic and Magnetic Properties of 3d transition metal atom adsorbed graphene and graphene nanoribbons” H. Sevincli, M. Topsakal, E. Durgun, and S. Ciraci Phys. Rev. B 77, 195434 (2008) [pdf]

    25. “Structural electronic and magnetic properties of 3d transition metal monatomic chains” S. Cahangirov, C. Ataca, E. Durgun, Y.R Jang, and S. Ciraci Phys. Rev. B 77, 214413 (2008) [pdf]

    24. “Functionalization of carbon based nanostructures with light transition metal atoms for hydrogen storage” E. Durgun, T. Yildirim, and S. Ciraci, Phys. Rev. B 77, 085405 (2008) [pdf]

    23. “Half-Metallic Silicon Nanowires” E. Durgun, D. Cakir, N. Akman and S. Ciraci, Phys. Rev. Lett. 99, 256806 (2007) [pdf]

    22. “Confined states in multiple quantum well structures of SinGen nanowire superlattices”
    N. Akman, E. Durgun, S. Cahangirov, and S. Ciraci Phys. Rev. B  76, 245427 (2007) [pdf]

    21. “Atomic and electronic structures of doped silicon nanowires: A first-principles study” E. Durgun, N. Akman, C. Ataca and S. Ciraci Phys. Rev. B 76, 245323 (2007) [pdf]

    20. “Hydrogen Storage Capacity of Ti-doped Boron-Nitride and B/Be-substituted Carbon Nanotubes” E. Durgun, Y.-R. Jang, and S. Ciraci, Phys. Rev. B 76, 073413 (2007) [pdf]

    19. “Oscillatory exchange coupling in linear magnetic molecules” H. Sevincli, E. Durgun, R. T. Senger, and S. Ciraci J. Phys.:Condens. Matter 19, 216205 (2007) [pdf]

    18. “Hydrogen absorption properties of metal-ethylene complexes” W. Zhou, T. Yildirim, E. Durgun, and S. Ciraci Phys. Rev. B 76, 085434 (2007) [pdf]

    17. “Transition Metal-Ethylene Complexes as High-Capacity Hydrogen Storage Media” E. Durgun, S. Ciraci, W. Zhou, and T. Yildirim Phys. Rev. Lett. 97, 226102 (2006) [Cover page of December 1, 2006 issue] [pdf]

    16. “First Principles Study of Electronic and Mechanical Properties of Molybdenum Selenide Type Nanowires” D. Cakir, E. Durgun, O. Gulseren, and S. Ciraci Phys. Rev. B 74, 235433 (2006) [pdf]

    15. “Spintronic properties of carbon-based one-dimensional molecular structures” E. Durgun, H. Mehrez, R. T. Senger, H. Sevincli and S. Ciraci, Phys. Rev. B  74, 235413 (2006) [pdf]

    14. “Hydrogen storage capacity of titanium met-cars” N. Akman, E. Durgun, and S. Ciraci, J. Phys.:Condens. Matter. 18, 9509 (2006) [pdf]

    13. “Size-dependent alternation of magnetoresistive properties in atomic chains” E. Durgun, R. T. Senger, H. Mehrez, S. Dag, and S. Ciraci, J. Chem. Phys. 125, 121102 (2006) [pdf]

    12. “Spin-dependent electronic structure of transition metal atomic chains adsorbed on single-wall carbon nanotubes” E. Durgun and S. Ciraci, Phys. Rev. B 74, 125404 (2006) [pdf]

    11. “Nanospintronic properties of carbon-cobalt atomic chains” E. Durgun, R. T. Senger, H. Mehrez, S. Dag and S. Ciraci  Europhys. Lett. 73, 642 (2006) [pdf]

    10. “Half-metallic properties of atomic chains of carbon-transition-metal compounds” S. Dag, S. Tongay, T. Yildirim, E. Durgun, R. T. Senger, C. Y. Fong, and S. Ciraci, Phys. Rev. B 72, 155444 (2005) [pdf ]

    9. “Atomic and electronic structure of carbon strings” S. Tongay, S. Dag, E. Durgun, R. T. Senger, and S. Ciraci, J. Phys.:Condens. Matter. 17, 3823 (2005) [pdf]

    8. “Silicon and III-V compound nanotubes: Structural and electronic properties” E. Durgun, S. Tongay, and S. Ciraci Phys. Rev. B 72, 075420 (2005) [pdf]

    7. “Atomic chains of group-IV elements and III-V and II-VI binary compounds studied by a first-principles pseudopotential method” R. T. Senger, S. Tongay, E. Durgun, and S. Ciraci Phys. Rev. B 72, 075419 (2005) [pdf]

    6. “Carbon string structures: First-principles calculations of quantum conductance” R. T. Senger, S. Tongay, S. Dag, E. Durgun, and S. Ciraci Phys. Rev. B 71, 235406 (2005) [pdf]

    5. “Theoretical study of Ga-based nanowires and the interaction of Ga with single-wall carbon nanotubes” E. Durgun, S. Dag, and S. Ciraci Phys. Rev. B 70, 155305 (2004) [pdf]

    4. “High-conducting magnetic nanowires obtained from uniform titanium-covered carbon nanotubes” S. Dag, E. Durgun, and S. Ciraci Phys. Rev. B 69, 121407(R) (2004) [pdf]

    3. “Energetics and Electronic Structures of Individual Atoms Adsorbed on Carbon Nanotubes” E. Durgun, S. Dag, S. Ciraci, O. Gulseren J. Phys. Chem. B 108, 575 (2004) [pdf]

    2. “Atomic strings of group IV, III–V, and II–VI elements” S. Tongay, E. Durgun, S. Ciraci Appl. Phys. Lett.  85, 6179 (2004) [pdf]

    1. “Systematic study of adsorption of single atoms on a carbon nanotube” E. Durgun, S. Dag, V. M. K. Bagci, O. Gülseren, T. Yildirim, and S. Ciraci Phys. Rev. B 67, 201401(R) (2003) [pdf]

  • 3. “Understanding the reactivity of the clinker phases at the atomic scale” E. Durgun, H. Manzano, R.J.M. Pellenq, and J. C. Grossman, Proceedings of 13th International Congress on the Chemistry of Cement (2011)

    2. “Theoretical models for Nanodevices and Nanomagnets Based on Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes” S. Ciraci, O. Gulseren, S. Dag, E. Durgun, and T. Yildirim Proceedings of NATO-ASI (Nanoengineered Nanofibrous Materials) 169, 183 (2003)

    1. “Functionalization of Carbon Nanotubes: Deformation, Coating, Contacts and Device Applications” O. Gulseren, T. Yildirim, S. Dag, E. Durgun, and S. Ciraci Proceedings of NATO-ASI (Nanoengineered Nanofibrous Materials) 169, 165 (2003)

  • 1. “Half-Metallic and Magnetic Silicon Nanowires Functionalized by Transition Metal Atoms” E. Durgun and Salim Ciraci, Nanostructured Materials for Magnetoelectronics, Springer Series in Materials Science, Vol. 175 (2013)

  • 3. “Yakit pilleri (Fuel Cells)” E. Durgun, TUBITAK Bilim ve Teknik Dergisi (Science and Technology Journal) 467, 8 (October 2006) [pdf]

    2. “Spin Elektronigi (Spin Electronics)” E. Durgun ve R.T Senger, TUBITAK Bilim ve Teknik Dergisi (Science and Technology Journal) 471, 70 (February 2007) [pdf]

    1. “Silisyum Nanoteller (Silicon Nanowires)” E. Durgun, N. Akman ve S. Ciraci, TUBITAK Bilim ve Teknik Dergisi (Science and Technology Journal) 474, 60 (May 2007) [pdf]

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