Research outputs: Dr. Simon Titmuss

  1. Reduced adhesion between cells and substrate confers selective advantage in bacterial colonies DOI
    Craig Watson, Paul Hush, Joshua Williams, Angela Dawson, Nikola Ojkic, Simon Titmuss and Bartlomiej Waclaw, Europhysics Letters (2018)
  2. Neutron Reflectivity as a Tool for Physics-Based Studies of Model Bacterial Membranes DOI
    Robert D Barker, Laura E McKinley and Simon Titmuss, 915, p. 261-282 (2016)
  3. Temperature-and pH-Dependent Shattering: Insoluble Fatty Ammonium Phosphate Films at Water–Oil Interfaces
    Joe Forth, David French, Andrei Gromov, Stephen King, Simon Titmuss, Kathryn Lord, Mike Ridout, Pete Wilde and Paul Clegg, Langmuir, p. 9312-9324 (2015)
  4. Interactions of hyaluronan layers with similarly-charged surfaces: the effect of divalent cations
    Lei Jiang, Simon Titmuss and Jacob Klein, Langmuir, 29, 39 , p. 12194-12202 (2013)
  5. Structure and Collapse of a Surface-Grown Strong Polyelectrolyte Brush on Sapphire DOI
    Iain E. Dunlop, Robert K. Thomas, Simon Titmuss, Victoria Osborne, Steve Edmondson, Wilhelm T. S. Huck and Jacob Klein, Langmuir, 28, 6 , p. 3187-3193 (2012)
  6. Structure of pH-Responsive Polymer Brushes Grown at the Gold-Water Interface: Dependence on Grafting Density and Temperature DOI
    Haidong Jia, Andrew Wildes and Simon Titmuss, Macromolecules, 45, 1 , p. 305-312 (2012)
  7. A Neutron Reflectivity Study of Surfactant Self-Assembly in Weak Polyelectrolyte Brushes at the Sapphire-Water Interface DOI
    Mauro Moglianetti, John R. P. Webster, Steve Edmondson, Steven P. Armes and Simon Titmuss, Langmuir, 27, 8 , p. 4489-4496 (2011)
  8. Neutron Reflectivity Study of the Structure of pH-Responsive Polymer Brushes Grown from a Macroinitiator at the Sapphire-Water Interface DOI
    Mauro Moglianetti, John R. P. Webster, Steve Edmondson, Steven P. Armes and Simon Titmuss, Langmuir, 26, 15 , p. 12684-12689 (2010)
  9. Small Angle Neutron Scattering Study of Polyelectrolyte Brushes Grafted to Well-Defined Gold Nanoparticle Interfaces DOI
    Haidong Jia, Isabelle Grillo and Simon Titmuss, Langmuir, 26, 10 , p. 7482-7488 (2010)
  10. Bottle-brush polymers: Adsorption at surfaces and interactions with surfactants DOI
    P. M. Claesson, R. Makuska, I. Varga, R. Meszaros, S. Titmuss, P. Linse, J. Skov Pedersen and Cosima Stubenrauch, Advances in Colloid and Interface Science, 155, 1-2 , p. 50-57 (2010)
  11. Complexes of surfactants with oppositely charged polymers at surfaces and in bulk DOI
    C. D. Bain, P. M. Claesson, D. Langevin, R. Meszaros, T. Nylander, C. Stubenrauch, S. Titmuss and R. von Klitzing, Advances in Colloid and Interface Science, 155, 1-2 , p. 32-49 (2010)
  12. Polymer-functionalized nanoparticles: from stealth viruses to biocompatible quantum dots DOI
    H. Jia and S. Titmuss, Nanomedicine, 4, 8 , p. 951-966 (2009)
  13. Direct Measurement of Normal and Shear Forces between Surface-Grown Polyelectrolyte Layers DOI
    Iain E. Dunlop, Wuge H. Briscoe, Simon Titmuss, Robert M. J. Jacobs, Vicky L. Osborne, Steve Edmondson, Wilhelm T. S. Huck and Jacob Klein, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 113, 12 , p. 3947-3956 (2009)
  14. Interaction of sodium dodecyl sulfate and high charge density comb polymers at the silica/water interface DOI
    Mauro Moglianetti, Richard A. Campbell, Tommy Nylander, Imre Varga, Biswarajan Mohanty, Per M. Claesson, Ricardas Makuska and Simon Titmuss, Soft Matter, 5, 19 , p. 3646-3656 (2009)
  15. Interaction of Polymer and Surfactant at the Air-Water Interface: Poly(2-(dimethylamino)ethyl methacrylate) and Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate DOI
    Mauro Moglianetti, Peixun Li, Fred L. G. Malet, Steven P. Armes, Robert K. Thomas and Simon Titmuss, Langmuir, 24, 22 , p. 12892-12898 (2008)
  16. Direct measurement of forces between cell-coating polymers and chiral crystal surfaces: the enantioselectivity of hyaluronan DOI
    Lei Jiang, Simon Titmuss, Andrew Cowley and Jacob Klein, Soft Matter, 4, 7 , p. 1521-1530 (2008)
  17. Boundary lubrication under water DOI
    Wuge Briscoe, Simon Titmuss, Fredrik Tiberg, Robert Thomas, Duncan McGillivray and Jacob Klein, Nature, 444, p. 191 (2006)
  18. Forces between mica surfaces, prepared in different ways, across aqueous and nonaqueous liquids confined to molecularly thin films
    Susan Perkin, Liraz Chai, Nir Kampf, Uri Raviv, Wuge Briscoe, Iain Dunlop, Simon Titmuss, Minseok Seo, Eugenia Kumacheva and Jacob Klein, Langmuir, 22, p. 6142 (2006)
  19. Effect of end-group sticking energy on the properties of polymer brushes: comparing experiment and theory
    Simon Titmuss, Wuge Briscoe, Iain Dunlop, Giorgos Sakellariou, Nikos Hadjichristidis and Jacob Klein, The Journal of Chemical Physics, 121, p. 11408 (2004)
  20. Interactions Between Polymer Brushes: Varying the Number of End‐Attaching Groups
    Iain Dunlop, Wuge Briscoe, Simon Titmuss, Giorgos Sakellariou, Nikos Hadjichristidis and Jacob Klein, Macromolecular chemistry and physics, 205, p. 2443 (2004)
  21. Surface products of the dissociative adsorption of methane on Pt {110}-(1× 2)
    David Watson, Simon Titmuss and David King, Surface Science, 505, p. 49 (2002)
  22. Structure, bonding, and anharmonic librational motion of CO on Ir {100}
    Simon Titmuss, Karina Johnson, Qingfeng Ge and David King, The Journal of Chemical Physics, 116, p. 8097 (2002)
  23. Benzene adsorption on Ir {100} studied by low-energy electron diffraction I–V analysis: evidence for formation of tilted benzyne
    Karina Johnson, Bjoern Sauerhammer, Simon Titmuss and David King, The Journal of Chemical Physics, 114, p. 9539 (2001)
  24. The structure of carbon adsorbed on Ir {100}: LEED< i> I–< i> V analysis and benchmarking of DFT
    Karina Johnson, Qingfeng Ge, Bjoern Sauerhammer, Simon Titmuss and David King, Surface Science, 478, p. 49 (2001)
  25. Unusual bridged site for adsorbed oxygen adatoms: Theory and experiment for Ir {100}–(1× 2)–O
    Karina Johnson, Qingfeng Ge, Simon Titmuss and David King, The Journal of Chemical Physics, 112, p. 10460 (2000)
  26. Realistic molecular distortions and strong substrate buckling induced by the chemisorption of benzene on Ni {111}
    Georg Held, Marcel Bessent, Simon Titmuss and David King, The Journal of Chemical Physics, 105, p. 11305 (1996)
  27. Reconstruction of clean and adsorbate-covered metal surfaces
    Simon Titmuss, Adrian Wander and David King, Chemical Reviews, 96, p. 1291 (1996)