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1)  T. R. Rybolt and R. A. Pierotti, "Rare Gas-Graphite Interaction Potentials,"
Journal of Chemical Physics, 70, 4413-4419 (1979).

 

2)  A. C. Levy, T. R. Rybolt, and R. A. Pierotti, "High Temperature Physical Adsorption of Argon, Krypton, and Xenon on Hexagonal Boron Nitride," Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 70, 74-82 (1979).

 

3)  T. R. Rybolt, "A Virial Treatment of the Joule and Joule-Thomson Coefficients,"
Journal of Chemical Education, 58, 620-624 (1981).

 

4)  T. R. Rybolt and R. A. Pierotti, "Fine Powder Dispersed into Gas Enhances Joule-Thomson Effect,"
Industrial Chemical News, 4, 46 (1983).

   

5)  R. A. Pierotti and T. R. Rybolt, "Statistical Thermodynamics of  the Gas-Solid Joule-Thomson Effect"
Journal of Chemical Physics, 80, 3826-3830 (1984).

   

6)  T. R. Rybolt and R. A. Pierotti, "Chromatographic Determination of the Second Gas-Solid Virial Coefficients for Argon, Nitrogen, and Carbon Dioxide with Carbon Powders," AIChE Journal, Journal of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 30, 510-513 (1984).

 

7)  T. R. Rybolt and R. A. Pierotti, "Investigation of the Gas-Solid Joule-Thomson Effect for Argon, Nitrogen, and Carbon Dioxide -- Carbon Powder Aerosol Systems," Journal of Physical Chemistry, 88, 2398-2404 (1984).

 

8)  R. C. Mebane and T. R. Rybolt, "Edible Acid-Base Indicators,"
Journal of Chemical Education, 62, 285 (1985).

 

9)  T. R. Rybolt, "Low Coverage Polyomino Adsorption Isotherm,"
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science
, 107, 547-552 (1985).

 

10) T. R. Rybolt, "A Comparison of BET, Langmuir, and Virial Surface Areas for Carbon Powders,"
Journal of Tennessee Academy of Science, 61, 66-69 (1986). 

 

*11) T. R. Rybolt, D. E. Burrell, J. M. Shults, and A. K. Kelley,  "In Vitro Co-Adsorption of Acetaminophen and N-Acetylcysteine Onto Carbon Powder," Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 75, 904-906 (1986).

 

12) R. C. Mebane and Thomas R. Rybolt, "Chemistry in the Dyeing of Eggs,"
Journal of Chemical Education, 64, 291-293 (1987).

 

*13) T. R. Rybolt, C. M. Waters, and R. L. Mitchell, "Gas Adsorption and Zeolite Structure," 
Langmuir, 3, 326-331  (1987).

 

14) T. R. Rybolt, "Gas-Solid Chromatography and Virial Analysis for Argon-5A Zeolite,"
Journal of Tennessee Academy of Science, 63, 5-10 (1988).

 

*15) T. R. Rybolt and K. J. English, "Virial Analysis of Methane Adsorption in 5A Zeolite,"
AIChE Journal
, 34, 1207-1210 (1988).

 

*16) T. R. Rybolt, D. E. Burrell, J. M. Shultz, and A. K. Kelley, "A Biomedical Application of Activated Carbon Adsorption: An Experiment using Acetaminophen and N-Acetylcysteine," Journal of Chemical Education, 65, 1009-1010 (1988).

 

17) R. A. Pierotti and T. R. Rybolt, "The Gas-Solid Joule-Thomson Effect,"
Journal of Pure and Applied Chemistry, 61,1921-1926 (1989).

 

18) T. R. Rybolt, "Virial Modeling of Gas-Solid Joule-Thomson Effect for Argon-Carbon Aerosol,"
Journal of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 35, 2029-2032 (1989).

 

19) T. G. Waddell and T. R. Rybolt, "Sherlock Holmes and the Yellow Prisms,"
Journal of Chemical Education, 66, 981-982 (1989).

 

*20) T. R. Rybolt, M. D. Wall, H. E. Thomas, J. Bramblett, and M. Phillips, "Gas-Solid Chromatography and Virial Analysis of Hydrocarbon  Adsorption on 13X Zeolite,"  Journal of Colloid and Interface Science  138, 113-121 (1990).

 

21) T. G. Waddell and T. R. Rybolt, "Sherlock Holmes and the Fraudulent Ketone,"
Journal of Chemical Education 67, 1006-1008 (1990).

 

22) T. R. Rybolt, "Gas-Solid Joule-Thomson Effect for Gas-Carbon Aerosols,"
Adsorption News (The Japan Society on Adsorption), 5, 18-19 (1991).

 

*23) T. R. Rybolt, M. D. Wall, W. J. Coulter, and P. C. Claiborne, "Freon 12 and Freon 22 Adsorption and Freon 12 BET Surface Areas for Carbon Powders,"  Journal of Tennessee Academy of Science,  66, 107-110 (1991).

 

24) T. G. Waddell and T. R. Rybolt, "The Chemical Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: A Christmas Story,"
Journal of Chemical Education  68, 1023-1024 (1991).

 

*25) T.R. Rybolt, X. Zhang, M.D. Wall, H. E. Thomas, L. E. Mullinax, and J. R. Lee, "Gas-Solid Chromatography and Virial Analysis of Chlorofluorocarbon Adsorption on a Microporous Carbon,"  Journal of Colloid and Interface Science , 149, 359-366 (1992).

 

*26) X. Zhang and T. R. Rybolt, "A Comparison of Two Surface Virial Analyses of Monatomic Gases on Graphite and Boron Nitride,"
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science , 150, 575-583 (1992).

 

27) R. C. Mebane and T. R. Rybolt, "Atomic Spectroscopy with a Compact  Disk,"
Journal of Chemical Education, 69, 401-402 (1992).

 

28)  T. G. Waddell and T. R. Rybolt, "The Chemical Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: The Case of the Screaming Stepfather,"
Journal of Chemical Education, 69, 999-1001 (1992).

 

*29) D. R. Olson, T.R. Rybolt, D. S. Bodine, and M. D. Wall, "A Comparison of Flat, Parallel Plate, and Cavity Models for Henry's Law Argon-Solid Adsorption,"  Journal of Colloid and Interface Science , 159, 205-209 (1993).

 

*30)  T. R. Rybolt and X. Zhang, "Two Surface Virial Analysis: Monatomic Gas Adsorption on Graphite and Boron Nitride and Chlorofluorocarbon Adsorption on Microporous Carbon,"
Proceedings IVth International Conference on Fundamentals of Adsorption, 553-558 (1993).

 

31)  T. G. Waddell  and  T. R. Rybolt, The Chemical Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: The Case of the Stoichiometric Solution,"
Journal of Chemical Education, 70, 1003-1005 (1993).

 

*32)  T. R. Rybolt and D. R. Olson, "Correlation of Henry's Law, Virial Coefficients for the Adsorption of Hydrocarbons and Chlorofluorocarbons on Microporous Solids," Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 163, 303-308 (1994).

 

*33)  C.L. McConnell and T. R. Rybolt, "Calculations of Henry's Law Constants for Adsorption of Aromatic Hydrocarbons on a Graphitic Carbon Surface,"   Journal of Tennessee Academy of Science,  69, 1-6 (1994).

 

34) T. G. Waddell and T. R. Rybolt, "The Chemical Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: The Hound of Henry Armitage,"
Journal of Chemical Education, 71,1049-1051 (1994).

 

*35) M. J. Gray, R. C. Mebane, H. N. Womack, and T. R. Rybolt, "Molecular Mechanics and Molecular Cross-Sectional Areas: A Comparison with Molecules Adsorbed on Solid Surfaces,"
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 170, 98-101 (1995).

 

*36) T. R. Rybolt, M. T. Epperson, H. W. Weaver, H. E. Thomas, S. E. Clare, B. M. Manning, and J. T. McClung, "Henry's Law Gas-Solid Chromatography and Correlations of Virial Coefficients for Hydrocarbons, Chlorofluorocarbons, Ethers, and Sulfur Hexafluoride Adsorbed onto Carbon,"
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 173, 202-210 (1995).

 

37) T. R. Rybolt and T. G. Waddell, "The Chemical Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: The Problem of Woolthshrap Prison,"
Journal of Chemical Education, 72,1090-1092 (1995).

 

*38)  R. C. Mebane, C. D. Williams, and T. R. Rybolt, "Correlations of Critical Properties with Computed Molecular Surface Areas for 11 Homologous Series of 118 Organic Compounds,"
Fluid Phase Equilibrium, 124, 111-122 (1996).

 

39)   T. G. Waddell and T. R. Rybolt, "Sherlock Holmes and the Nebulous Nitro,"
Journal of Chemical Education, 73, 1157-1158 (1996). 

 

*40)   C. D. Bruce, T. R. Rybolt,  H. E. Thomas, T. A. Agnew, and B. S. Davis, " Two-Surface Virial Analysis of Alkane Adsorption on Carbopack C with and without Hydrogen Treatment,"
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science
, 194, 448-454 (1997).

 

*41)  O. R. Meeks and T. R. Rybolt, "Correlations of Adsorption Energies with Physical and Structural Properties of Adsorbate Molecules,"  Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 196, 103-109 (1997).

 

42) T. G. Waddell and T. R. Rybolt, "The Chemical Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: The Baker Street Burning," 
Journal of Chemical Education, 75, 484-486 (1998).

 

43)  T. R. Rybolt and T. G. Waddell, "The Chemical Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: The Death Puzzle at 221B Baker Street,"
Journal of Chemical Education,   76, 489-493(1999).

 

*44)  R. C. Mebane, S. A. Schanley, T. R. Rybolt, and C. D. Bruce,  "The Correlation of Physical Properties of Organic Molecules with Computed Molecular Surface Areas,"
Journal of Chemical Education
,  76, 688-693(1999).

 

*45) T. R. Rybolt, D. L. Logan, M. W. Milburn, H. E. Thomas, and A. B. Waters, "Correlations of Henry's Law Gas-Solid Virial Coefficients and Chromatographic Retention Times for Hydrocarbons and Halocarbons Adsorbed on Carbopack C Carbon,"
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 220, 148-156 (1999).

 

46) T. G. Waddell and T. R. Rybolt, "The Chemical Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: The Ghost of Gordon Square,"
Journal of Chemical Education, 77, 471-474 (2000).

 

*47) T. R. Rybolt, D. N. Hooper, J. B. Stensby, H. E. Thomas, and M. L. Baker, Jr., "Molar Refractivity and Connectivity Index Correlations for Henry's Law Virial Coefficients of Odorous Sulfur Compounds on Carbon and for Gas-Chromatographic Retention Indices,"
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 234, 168-177 (2001).  

 

48) T. G. Waddell and T. R. Rybolt, "The Chemical Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: The Shroud of Spartacus"
Journal of Chemical Education 77, 471-474 (2001).

 

*49) S. A. Schanley, T. R. Rybolt, D. A. Rhodes, "Solvent-Accessible Surface Area as a Predictor of Local Anesthetic Activity,"
Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 76(2), 49-52 (2001).

 

50) Thomas R. Rybolt and Thomas G. Waddell, “The Chemical Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: The Case of Three”
J. Chem. Educ. 79, 448-453 (2002).

 

51) Thomas G. Waddell and Thomas R. Rybolt, “The Chemical Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: The Blackwater Escape”
Journal of Chemical Education 80, 401-406 (2003).

 

*52)T. R. Rybolt, V. E. Janeksela, D. N. Hooper, H. E. Thomas, N. A. Carrington, and E. J. Williamson, Predicting second gas-solid virial coefficients using calculated molecular properties on different carbon surfaces”
Journal of Colloid And Interface Science 272, 35-45 (2004).

 

53) Thomas G. Waddell and Thomas R. Rybolt, “The Chemical Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: Autopsy in Blue”
Journal of Chemical Education 81, 497-501 (2004).

 

*54) Thomas R. Rybolt, Katherine A Ziegler, Howard E. Thomas, Jennifer L. Boyd, and Mark E. Ridgeway, “Adsorption energies for a nanoporous carbon from gas-solid chromatography and molecular mechanics”
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 296, 41-50 (2006).

 

*55) Thomas R. Rybolt and Rachael A. Hansel,“Determining molecule-carbon surface adsorption energies using molecular mechanics and graphene nanostructures”
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 300, 805-808 (2006).

 

*56) Thomas R. Rybolt, Christina E. Wells, Charles R. Sisson, Claire B. Black, Katherine A. Ziegler, Evaluation of molecular mechanics calculated binding energies for isolated and monolayer organic molecules on graphite”
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 314, 434-445 (2007).

 

*57) Thomas R. Rybolt, Christina E. Wells, Howard E. Thomas, Craig M. Goodwin, Jennifer L. Blakely, James D. Turner, “Binding energies for alkane molecules on a carbon surface from gas-solid chromatography and molecular mechanics”
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 325, 282-286 (2008).

 

*58) Thomas R. Rybolt, Kevin T. Bivona, Howard E. Thomas, Casey M. O’Dell, “Comparison of gas-solid chromatography and MM2 force field molecular binding energies for greenhouse gases on a carbonaceous surface”
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 338, 287-292 (2009).

 

*59) Jennifer L. Gordon, Thomas R. Rybolt, Christina E. Wells, “Adsorption of Cholesterol on Carbon Powders”
Journal of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering  4 (9), 14-27  (2010).

 

60)   T. G. Waddell, T. R. Rybolt, “Prologue to The Chemical Adventures of Sherlock Holmes”
Journal of Chemical Education 88, 370-371 (2011).

 

*61) Jae H. Son, Thomas R. Rybolt, “Force Field Based MM2 Molecule-Surface Binding Energies for Graphite and Graphene” Graphene 2, 18-34 (2013).

 

*62) S. McCary and T. Rybolt, "Storage and Timed Release of Acetaminophen from Porous Carbonaceous Materials,"
Open Journal of Physical Chemistry, 3 (2), 76-88 (2013).  
doi: 10.4236/ojpc.2013.32010.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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