Everett Carpenter, Ph.D.
Director of the Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Program
1996 Appalachian State University, B.S. Environmental Chemistry
1999 University of New Orleans, PhD Inorganic Chemistry
2000 National Research Council Fellowship, Materials Physics
Research in the magnetics laboratory is focused on the synthesis and characterization of new nanomagnetic materials. Current high efficiency motors utilize rare earth elements which are expensive and have uncertain supply chains. Our group has developed a new class of magnets which contain no rare earths. Our goals are to develop this new magnet system for use in renewable energy applications such as power generators and electric motors. In addition to clean energy applications, we are also interested in the development of other nanoparticle systems for catalysis, biomedical applications, and many other applications.
DM Clifford, AA El-Gendy, AJ Lu, D Pestov, EE Carpenter Room Temperature Synthesis of Highly Magnetic Cobalt Nanoparticles by Continuous Flow in a Microfluidic Reactor Journal of Flow Chemistry 4 (3), 148-152
AA El-Gendy, M Qian, ZJ Huba, SN Khanna, EE Carpenter Enhanced magnetic anisotropy in cobalt-carbide nanoparticles Applied Physics Letters 104 (2), 023111
ZJ Huba, EE Carpenter Monitoring the formation of carbide crystal phases during the thermal decomposition of 3d transition metal dicarboxylate complexes Dalton Transactions 43 (32), 12236-12242
L Franzel, K Phumisithikul, MF Bertino, EE Carpenter Synthesis of multiphasic inhomogeneous Mo/MoC nanoparticles by pulsed laser ablation Journal of nanoparticle research 15 (11), 1-6
ZJ Huba, EE Carpenter Ethanol assisted reduction and nucleation of ferromagnetic Co and Ni nanocrystalline particles CrystEngComm 15 (44), 8919-8923
KJ Carroll, ZJ Huba, SR Spurgeon, M Qian, SN Khanna, DM Hudgins, … Magnetic properties of Co2C and Co3C nanoparticles and their assemblies Applied Physics Letters 101 (1), 012409