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Jeffrey J. Thomas
Jeffrey J. Thomas
Senior Principal Scientist, GCP Applied Technologies
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Mechanisms of cement hydration
JW Bullard, HM Jennings, RA Livingston, A Nonat, GW Scherer, ...
Cement and concrete research 41 (12), 1208-1223, 2011
14602011
Composition and density of nanoscale calcium–silicate–hydrate in cement
AJ Allen, JJ Thomas, HM Jennings
Nature materials 6 (4), 311-316, 2007
9272007
Solubility and structure of calcium silicate hydrate
JJ Chen, JJ Thomas, HFW Taylor, HM Jennings
Cement and concrete research 34 (9), 1499-1519, 2004
8112004
Influence of nucleation seeding on the hydration mechanisms of tricalcium silicate and cement
JJ Thomas, HM Jennings, JJ Chen
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 113 (11), 4327-4334, 2009
6412009
A multi-technique investigation of the nanoporosity of cement paste
HM Jennings, JJ Thomas, JS Gevrenov, G Constantinides, FJ Ulm
Cement and Concrete Research 37, 1374-1375, 2007
4352007
Modeling and simulation of cement hydration kinetics and microstructure development
JJ Thomas, JJ Biernacki, JW Bullard, S Bishnoi, JS Dolado, GW Scherer, ...
Cement and concrete research 41 (12), 1257-1278, 2011
3362011
Decalcification shrinkage of cement paste
JJ Chen, JJ Thomas, HM Jennings
Cement and concrete research 36 (5), 801-809, 2006
2832006
A new approach to modeling the nucleation and growth kinetics of tricalcium silicate hydration
JJ Thomas
Journal of the American Ceramic Society 90 (10), 3282-3288, 2007
2782007
A colloidal interpretation of chemical aging of the CSH gel and its effects on the properties of cement paste
JJ Thomas, HM Jennings
Cement and concrete research 36 (1), 30-38, 2006
2672006
Characterization and modeling of pores and surfaces in cement paste: correlations to processing and properties
HM Jennings, JW Bullard, JJ Thomas, JE Andrade, JJ Chen, GW Scherer
Journal of Advanced Concrete Technology 6 (1), 5-29, 2008
2372008
The surface area of cement paste as measured by neutron scattering: evidence for two CSH morphologies
JJ Thomas, HM Jennings, AJ Allen
Cement and Concrete Research 28 (6), 897-905, 1998
1941998
Solubility behavior of Ca-, S-, Al-, and Si-bearing solid phases in Portland cement pore solutions as a function of hydration time
D Rothstein, JJ Thomas, BJ Christensen, HM Jennings
Cement and Concrete Research 32 (10), 1663-1671, 2002
1922002
The surface area of hardened cement paste as measured by various techniques
JJ Thomas, HM Jennings, AJ Allen
Concrete Science and Engineering 1 (1), 45-64, 1999
1871999
Quasielastic neutron scattering study of the effect of water-to-cement ratio on the hydration kinetics of tricalcium silicate
R Berliner, M Popovici, KW Herwig, M Berliner, HM Jennings, JJ Thomas
Cement and Concrete Research 28 (2), 231-243, 1998
1441998
Analysis of C–S–H gel and cement paste by small-angle neutron scattering
AJ Allen, JJ Thomas
Cement and Concrete Research 37 (3), 319-324, 2007
1422007
Nucleation and growth models for hydration of cement
GW Scherer, J Zhang, JJ Thomas
Cement and Concrete Research 42 (7), 982-993, 2012
1362012
Effect of hydration temperature on the solubility behavior of Ca-, S-, Al-, and Si-bearing solid phases in Portland cement pastes
JJ Thomas, D Rothstein, HM Jennings, BJ Christensen
Cement and Concrete Research 33 (12), 2037-2047, 2003
1362003
Hydration Kinetics and Microstructure Development of Normal and CaCl2-Accelerated Tricalcium Silicate Pastes
JJ Thomas, AJ Allen, HM Jennings
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 113 (46), 19836-19844, 2009
1352009
State of Water in Hydrating Tricalcium Silicate and Portland Cement Pastes as Measured by Quasi‐Elastic Neutron Scattering
JJ Thomas, SA FitzGerald, DA Neumann, RA Livingston
Journal of the American Ceramic Society 84 (8), 1811-1816, 2001
1342001
Effects of decalcification on the microstructure and surface area of cement and tricalcium silicate pastes
JJ Thomas, JJ Chen, AJ Allen, HM Jennings
Cement and Concrete Research 34 (12), 2297-2307, 2004
1332004
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