Papers by George Scherer

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Books

Relaxation in Glass and Composites

G.W. Scherer (Wiley, New York, 1986; reprinted by Krieger, Malabar, FL, 1992) 331 pp.


Sol-Gel Science

C.J. Brinker and G.W. Scherer (Academic Press, New York, 1990) 908 pp.


Factors affecting Portland Brownstone durability

Inmaculada Jiménez Gonzàlez, Robert Flatt, Timothy Wangler, and George W. Scherer

(Lambert Academic Publishing, Saarbrucken, 2012) 119 pp. ISBN 978-3-8473-7127-4


Patents

1. “Carbon coating for a starting member used in producing optical waveguide”, E.K. Dominick and G.W. Scherer, U.S. Pat. 4,204,850 (May 27, 1980)

2. “Carbon coating for a starting member used in producing optical waveguides”, E.K. Dominick and G.W. Scherer, U.S. Pat. 4,233,052 (Nov. 11, 1980)

3. “Method for drawing high-bandwidth optical waveguides”, G.W. Scherer, U.S. Pat. 4,248,614 (Feb. 3, 1981)

4. “Gradient index optical waveguide and method of making”, S.T. Gulati and G.W. Scherer, U.S. Pat. 4,358,181 (Nov. 9, 1982)

5. “Method of forming a glass or ceramic product”, G.W. Scherer, U.S. Pat. 4,541,855 (Sept. 17, 1985)

6. “Method for making glass or ceramic article”, J.C. Luong and G.W. Scherer, U.S. Pat. 4,561,872 (Dec. 31, 1985)

7. “Method of forming glass or ceramic article”, G.W. Scherer, U.S. Pat. 4,574,063 (Mar. 4, 1986)

8. “Method for making metal halide optical fiber”, A. Sarhangi and G.W. Scherer, U.S. Pat. 4,610,708 (Sept. 9, 1986)

9. “Organic-inorganic polymeric composites”, I.A. David, M.A. Harmer, J.S. Meth, and G.W. Scherer, U.S. Pat 5,252,654 (Oct. 12, 1993)

10. “Method of protecting concrete  from freeze damage”, G.W. Scherer, J. Chen, and J. Valenza, U.S. Pat 6,485,560 (Nov. 26, 2002)


Articles & Chapters of Books

1. "A Study of Quartz Melting", G. W. Scherer, P. J. Vergano, D. R. Uhlmann, Phys. Chem. Glasses 11 [3] (1970) 53-58

2. "Crystallization Behavior and Glass Formation of Selected Lunar Compositions", G. W. Scherer, R. W. Hopper, D. R. Uhlmann, pp. 2627-2637 in Proc. Third Lunar Science Conference (Supp. 3, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta) Vol. 3, MIT Press 1972

3. "Crystallization Behavior of alpha-Phenyl o-Cresol”, G.W. Scherer, J. Crystal Growth 15 (1972) 1-10

4. "Viscous Flow and Crystallization Behavior of Selected Lunar Compositions", M. Cukierman, L. Klein, G. W. Scherer, R. W. Hopper, D. R. Uhlmann, pp. 2685-2696 in Proc. Fourth Lunar Science Conference (Supp. 4, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta) Vol. 3 (Pergamon Press, 1973)

5. "Viscous Flow, Crystallization Behavior and Thermal History of Orange Soil Material", D. R. Uhlmann, M. Cukierman, G. W. Scherer, R. W. Hopper, American Geophysical Union 54 [6] (1973) 617-618. 

6. "Crystallization Behavior of High Purity o-Terphenyl", G. W. Scherer, D. R. Uhlmann, C. E. Miller, K. A. Jackson, J. Crystal Growth 23 (1974) 323-330

7. "Crystallization Statistics, Thermal History and Glass Formation", R. W. Hopper, G. W. Scherer, D. R. Uhlmann, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 15 (1974) 45-62

8. "Crystallization Kinetics of Na20-3SiO2", G. W. Scherer, D. R. Uhlmann, J. Crystal Growth 29 (1975) 12-18

9. "Crystal Nucleation in Normal Alkane Liquids", D. R. Uhlmann, G. Kritchevsky, R. Straff, G. W. Scherer, J. Chemistry and Physics 62 [12] (1975) 4896-4903

10. "Diffusion Controlled Crystal Growth of Dendrite Arrays", G. W. Scherer, D. R. Uhlmann, J. Crystal Growth 30 (1975) 304-10

11. "Effects of Phase Separation on Crystallization Behavior", G. W. Scherer, D. R. Uhlmann, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 21 (1976) 199-213

12. "Diffusion Controlled Crystal Growth in K20-SiO2 Compositions", G. W. Scherer, D. R. Uhlmann, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 23 (1977) 59-80

13. a) "Sintering of Low Density Glasses: I. Theory," G. W. Scherer, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 60 [5-6] (1977) 236-239

13. b) "Sintering of Low Density Glasses: II. Experimental Study," G. W. Scherer, D. L. Bachman, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 60 [5-6] (1977) 239-243

13. c) "Sintering of Low Density Glasses: III. Effect of a Distribution of Pore Sizes", G. W. Scherer, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 60 [5-6] (1977) 243-246

14. "Thermal Stresses in a Cylinder: Application to Optical Waveguide Blanks", G. W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 34 (1979) 223-238 

15. "Sintering Inhomogeneous Glasses: Application to Optical Waveguides", G. W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 34 (1979) 239-256

16. "A Simplified Model for Glass Formation", D. R. Uhlmann, P.I.K. Onorato, G. W. Scherer, Proceedings Lunar Science Conference lOth (1979) 375-381

17. "Stress-Induced Index Profile Distortion in Optical Waveguides", G. W. Scherer, Applied Optics 19 [12] (1980) 2000-2006

18. "Thermal Stresses in Clad-Glass Fibers", G. W. Scherer and A. R. Cooper, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 63 [5-6] (1980) 346-347

19. "Stress-Optical Effects in Optical Waveguides", G. W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 38-39 (1980) 201-204

20. "Stress in Optical Waveguide Fibers", G. W. Scherer and A. R. Cooper, pp. 193-203 in Advances in Ceramics, Volume II, Physics of Fiber Optics, ed. B. Bendow and S. Mitra, (Am. Ceram. Soc., Inc., Columbus, Ohio, 1981)

21. "Model of Structural Relaxation in Glass with Variable Coefficients", G. W. Scherer and S. M. Rekhson, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 65 [6] (1982) C94-C96

22. "Viscoelastic-Elastic Composites: I, General Theory", G. W. Scherer and S. M. Rekhson, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 65 [7] (1982) 352-360

23. "Viscoelastic-Elastic Composites: II, Sandwich Seal", G. W. Scherer and S. M. Rekhson, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 65 [8] (1982) 399-406

24. "Viscoelastic-Elastic Composites: III, Bead Seal", S. M. Rekhson and G. W. Scherer, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 65 [9] (1982) 419-425

25. "Dilatational Relaxation in Cylindrical Seals", G. W. Scherer, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 65 [10] (1982) 491-496

26. "Thermal Stresses in Optical Fibers: Fluid Core Assumption", G. W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 51 (1982) 323-332

27. "Glass Transition as a Function of Cooling Rate", S. M. Rekhson and G. W. Scherer, J. de Physique 43 [12] (1982) C9-427-430

28. "Viscoelastic Analysis of Glass-to-Glass Sandwich Seals", G. W. Scherer, J. de Physique 43 [12] (1982) C9- 443-446

29. "Unusual Methods of Forming Glass", G. W. Scherer and P. C. Schultz in Glass Science and Technology, Vol. 1, eds. D. R. Uhlmann and N. Kreidl (Academic Press, New York 1983)

30. "Viscoelastic Analysis of Thermal Stresses in a Composite Sphere", G. W. Scherer, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 66 [1] (1983) 59-65

31. "Viscoelastic Analysis of the Split Ring Seal", G. W. Scherer, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 66 [2] (1983) 135-139

32. "Viscoelastic Thermal Stress Analysis", G. W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 54 (1983) 223-240

33. "Relationships Between the Sol-to-Gel and Gel-to-Glass Conversions", C. J. Brinker and G. W. Scherer, pp 43-59 in Ultrastructure Processing of Ceramics, Glasses, and Composites (John Wiley and Sons, New York, 1984)

34. "Glasses from Colloids", G. W. Scherer and J. C. Luong, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 63  (1984) 163-172

35. "Use of the Adam-Gibbs Equation in the Analysis of Structural Relaxation", G. W. Scherer, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 67 [7] (1984) 504-511

36. "Glasses and Ceramics from Colloids", G. W. Scherer, pp. 205-211 in Better Ceramics Through Chemistry (Elsevier Sci. Pub. Co., New York 1984)  

37. "A Comparison Between the Densification Kinetics of Colloidal and Polymeric Silica Gels", C. J. Brinker,  W. D. Drotning, and G. W. Scherer, pp. 25-32 in Better Ceramics Through Chemistry (Elsevier Sci. Pub. Co., New York, 1984)  

38. "The Role of Water in Densification of Gels", T. A. Gallo, C. J. Brinker, L. C. Klein, and G. W. Scherer, pp. 85-90 in Better Ceramics Through Chemistry (Elsevier Sci. Pub. Co., New York, 1984)  

39. "Viscous Sintering of a Bimodal Pore Size Distribution", G. W. Scherer, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 67 [11] (1984) 709-715

40. "Viscous Sintering on a Rigid Substrate", G. W. Scherer and T. Garino, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 68 [4] (1985) 216-220

41. "Sol–Gel–Glass: I. Gelation and Gel Structure", C. J. Brinker and G. W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 70 (1985) 301-322 

42. "Sol–Gel–Glass: II. Physical and Structural Evolution During Constant Heating Rate Experiments", C. J. Brinker, G. W. Scherer, and E. P. Roth, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 72 (1985) 345-368   

43. "Sol–Gel–Glass: III. Viscous Sintering", G. W. Scherer, C. J. Brinker, and E. P. Roth, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 72  (1985) 369-389  

44. "Structural Evolution during the Gel-to-Glass Conversion", C. J. Brinker, E. P. Roth, G. W. Scherer, and D. R. Tallant, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 71 (1985) 171-185   

45. "Viscoelastic Analysis of Stresses in Composites", G. W. Scherer and S. M. Rekhson, pp. 245-318 in Treatise on Materials Science and Technology: Glass IV  (Academic Press, New York, 1985)  

46. "Stress in Leached Phase-Separated Glass", G. W. Scherer and M. G. Drexhage, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 68 [8] (1985) 419-426  

47. "Glasses and Ceramics from Colloids", G. W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 73 (1985) 661-667   

48. “Comment on ‘Dehydration of Gels and Glasses in the Systems B203-SiO2 and ZrO2-SiO2 Prepared by the Sol-Gel Process from Metal Alkoxides’", C. Jeffrey Brinker and George W. Scherer, J. Am. Cer. Soc. 69 [l] (1986) C12-C14  

49. "Structural Relaxation in Gel-Derived Glasses", G. W. Scherer, C. J. Brinker, and E. P. Roth, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 82 (1986) 191-197

50. "Relationships Between the Sol to Gel and Gel to Glass Conversions: Structure of Gels During Densification", C. J. Brinker, E. P. Roth, D. R. Tallant, and G. W. Scherer, pp. 37-51 in Science of Ceramic Chemical Processing (John Wiley and Sons, New York, 1986)

51.  "Volume Relaxation Far from Equilibrium", G. W. Scherer, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 69 [5] (1986)  374-381

52. "Dilatation of Porous Glass", G. W. Scherer, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 69 [6] (1986) 473-480  

53. "Viscous Sintering under a Uniaxial Load", G.W. Scherer, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 69 [9] (1986)  C206-C207

54. "Drying Mechanics of Gels", G.W. Scherer, pp. 225-230 in Better Ceramics Through Chemistry II, eds. C.J. Brinker, D.E. Clark, D.R. Ulrich (Mat. Res. Soc., Pittsburgh, PA, 1986)

55. "Drying Gels: I. General Theory", G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 87 (1986) 199-225 ; "Correction of 'Drying Gels: I. General Theory'", J. Non-Cryst. Solids 92 (1987) 375-382 

56. "Drying Gels: II. Film and Flat Plate", G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 89 (1987) 217-238   

57. "Structural Evolution of Sol-Gel Glasses", G.W. Scherer, Yogyo Kyokai-shi (J.  Japanese Ceramic Society) 95 [l] (1987) 21-44  

58. "Drying Gels: III. Warping Plate", G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 91 (1987) 83-100   

59. "Drying Gels: IV. Cylinder and Sphere", G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 91 (1987) 101-121   

60. "Drying Gels: V. Rigid Gels", G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 92 (1987) 122-144. 

61. "Viscous Sintering of Inorganic Gels", G.W. Scherer, pp. 265-300 in Surface and Colloid Science, Vol. 14, ed. E. Matijevic (Plenum Publ. Corp., New York, 1987)  

62. "Use of a Bimaterial Strip to Predict Expansion Compatibility", G.W. Scherer, J. Dental Research 66 (1987) 1340

63.     "Sintering with Rigid Inclusions", G.W. Scherer, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 70 [10] (1987) 719-725

64. "Creep and Densification During Sintering of Glass Powder Compacts", M.N. Rahaman, L.C. DeJonghe, G.W. Scherer, R.J. Brook, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 70 [10] (1987) 766-774

65.   "Drying Gels: VI. Viscoelastic Plate", G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 99 (1988) 324-358

66.  "Aging and Drying of Gels", G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 100 (1988) 77-92

67. "On Constrained Sintering: I. Constitutive Model for a Sintering Body", R.K. Bordia and G.W. Scherer, Acta Metallurgica 36 [9] (1988) 2393-2397. 

68.  "On Constrained Sintering: II. Comparison of Constitutive Models", R.K. Bordia and G.W. Scherer, Acta Metallurgica 36 [9] (1988) 2399-2409.

69. "On Constrained Sintering: III. Rigid Inclusions", R.K. Bordia and G.W. Scherer,  Acta Metallurgica 36 [9] (1988) 2411-2416

70.  “Syneresis in Silica Gel”, G.W. Scherer, pp. 179-186 in Better Ceramics Through Chemistry III, eds. C.J. Brinker, D.E. Clark, D.R. Ulrich (Mat. Res. Soc., Pittsburgh, PA, 1988)

71. "Viscous Sintering with a Pore Size Distribution and Rigid Inclusions", G.W. Scherer,  J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 71 [10] (1988) C447-C448

72.  “Viscoelasticity in Silica Gel”, G.W. Scherer, S.A. Pardenek, and R.M. Swiatek, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 107 [1] (1988) 14-22

73.  "Sintering of Composites: Critique of the Available Analyses", R.K. Bordia and G.W. Scherer, pp. 872-876 in Ceramic Powder Science B, Ceramic Transactions, Vol. 1, eds. G.L. Messing, E.R. Fuller, Jr., H. Hausner (Am. Ceram. Soc., Westerville, OH, 1988)

74. "Drying Gels: VII. Diffusion During Drying", G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 107 (1989) 135-148

75. "Mechanics of Syneresis: I. Theory", G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 108 (1989) 18-27

76. "Mechanics of Syneresis: II. Experimental Study", G.W. Scherer,  J. Non-Cryst. Solids 108 (1989) 28-36

77.  "Drying Gels: VIII. Revision and Review", G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 109 (1989) 171-182

78.  “Effect of Shrinkage on Modulus of Silica Gel”, G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 109 (1989) 183-190

79.  “The Glass Transition”, G.W. Scherer, pp. 254-278 in Glass ‘89: Survey Papers of XVth Int. Cong. Glass, Leningrad, 1989

80. “Aging of Gels”, G.W. Scherer, pp. 153-180 in Sol-Gel Science and Technology, eds. M.A. Aegerter, M. Jafelicci Jr., D.F. Souza, and E.D. Zanotto (World Scientific, New Jersey, 1990)

81. “Drying of Gels”, G.W. Scherer, pp. 181-220 in Sol-Gel Science and Technology, eds. M.A. Aegerter, M. Jafelicci Jr., D.F. Souza, and E.D. Zanotto (World Scientific, New Jersey, 1990)

82. “Sintering of Gels”, G.W. Scherer, pp. 221-256 in Sol-Gel Science and Technology, eds. M.A. Aegerter, M. Jafelicci Jr., D.F. Souza, and E.D. Zanotto (World Scientific, New Jersey, 1990)

83.  “Study of Structural Evolution of Silica Gel Using 1H and 29Si NMR”, A.J. Vega and G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 111 [2-3] (1989) 153-166

84. “Theory of Drying”, G.W. Scherer, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 73 [1] (1990) 3-14

85.  “Measurement of  Permeability: I. Theory”, G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 113 [2-3] (1990) 107-118

86.  “Measurement of  Permeability: II. Silica Gel”, G.W. Scherer and R.M. Swiatek, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 113 [2-3] (1990) 119-129

87. “Stress and Fracture During Drying of Gels”, G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 121 (1990) 104-109

88. “Effect of Aging and pH on the Modulus of Aerogels”, H. Hdach, T. Woignier, J. Phalippou, and G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 121 (1990) 202-205

89. “Theories of Relaxation”, G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 123 (1990) 75-89

90. “Physics of Drying”, G.W. Scherer, pp. 561-572 in Ceramic Powder Science III, Ceramic Transactions, Vol. 12 (Am. Ceram. Soc., Westerville, OH, 1990)

91. “Effect of Inclusions on Shrinkage”, G.W. Scherer, pp. 503-514 in Better Ceramics Through Chemistry IV, eds. B.J.J. Zelinski, C.J. Brinker, D.E. Clark, and D.R. Ulrich  (Mat. Res. Soc., Pittsburgh, PA, 1990)

92. “Mechanical Properties of Silica Alcogels and Aerogels”, T. Woignier, J. Phalippou, H. Hdach, and G.W. Scherer, pp. 1087-1099 in Better Ceramics Through Chemistry IV, eds. B.J.J. Zelinski, C.J. Brinker, D.E. Clark, and D.R. Ulrich  (Mat. Res. Soc., Pittsburgh, PA, 1990)

93.    “Constitutive Behavior of Sintering Materials”, K.R. Mikeska, G.W. Scherer, and R.K. Bordia, Ceram. Trans., 

        7 (1990) 200-214

94. “Viscous Sintering of Particle-Filled Composites”, G.W. Scherer, Ceramic Bull., 70 [6] (1991) 1059-1063

95. “Autoclave Treatment Effect on Silica Alcogel Structure”, M. Pauthe, J.F. Quinson, H. Hdach, T. Woignier, J. Phalippou, and G.W. Scherer,J. Non-Cryst. Solids, 130 (1991) 1-7

96. “Cell Models for Viscous Sintering”, G.W. Scherer, J. Am. Ceram. Soc., 74 [7] (1991) 1523-1531

97. “Thermal Expansion of Gels: A Novel Method for Measuring Permeability”, G.W. Scherer, H. Hdach, and J. Phalippou, J. Non-Cryst. Solids, 130 (1991) 157-170; errata, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 194 (1996) 326

98. “Effect of Inclusions on Viscous Sintering”, G.W. Scherer and A. Jagota, pp. 99-109 in Advanced Composite Materials, Ceramic Transactions Vol. 19 (Am. Ceram. Soc., Columbus, OH, 1991)

99. “Glass Formation and Relaxation”, G.W. Scherer, pp. 119-173 in Materials Science and Technology, Vol. 9: Glasses and Amorphous Materials, ed. J. Zarzycki (VCH, Weinheim, Germany, 1991)

100. “Bending of Gel Beams: method of characterizing mechanical properties and permeability”, G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids, 142 [1-2] (1992) 18-35

101. “Drying of Ceramics Made by Sol-Gel Processing”, G.W. Scherer, pp. 92-113 in Drying ‘92 Part A, ed. A.S. Mujumdar (Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1992)

102. “Crack-tip stress in gels”, G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 144 (1992) 210-216

103. “Stress Development During Supercritical Drying”, G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 145 (1992) 33-40

104. “Mechanics of Gels”, G.W. Scherer, pp. 527-533 in Better Ceramics Through Chemistry V, eds. M.J. Hampden-Smith, W.G. Klemperer, and C.J. Brinker  (Mat. Res. Soc., Pittsburgh, PA, 1992)

105. “Recent Progress in Drying of Gels”, G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 147&148 (1992) 363-374

106. “Evolution of Mechanical Properties during the Alcogel-Aerogel-Glass Process”, T. Woignier, J. Phalippou, G. Larnac, F. Pernot, G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 147&148 (1992) 672-680

107. “Constitutive Models for Viscous Sintering”, G.W. Scherer, pp. 1-18 in Mechanics of Granular Materials and Powder Systems, ed. M.M. Mehrabadi (ASME, New York, 1992)

108. “Physics of Drying”, pp. 179-199 in Ultrastructure Processing of Advanced Materials, eds. D.R. Uhlmann and D.R. Ulrich (Wiley, New York, 1992)

109.  “Guest Editorial:  Structural Relaxation”, G.W. Scherer, Plastics Rubber & Composites, Processing and Applications 19 (1993) 1-5

110.  “Freezing Gels”, G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 155 (1993) 1-25

111. “Viscosities and Sintering Rates of a Two-Dimensional Granular Composite”, A. Jagota and G.W. Scherer, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 76 [12] (1993) 3123-3135

112. “Relaxation of a Viscoelastic Gel Bar:  I. Theory”, G.W. Scherer, J. Sol-Gel Sci. Tech. 1 (1994) 169-175

113. “Hydraulic Radius and Mesh Size of Gels”, G.W. Scherer, J. Sol-Gel Sci. Tech. 1 (1994) 285-291

114. “Measuring permeability by the thermal expansion method for rigid or highly permeable gels”, G.W. Scherer, J. Sol-Gel Sci. Tech. 3 (1994) 31-40

115. “Effect of drying on viscoelasticity and permeability of gel”, G.W. Scherer, pp. 209-215 in Better Ceramics Through Chemistry VI, eds. A.K. Cheetham, C.J. Brinker, M.L. Mecartney, and C. Sanchez (Mat. Res. Soc., Pittsburgh, PA, 1994)

116. “Stress in Aerogel during Depressurization of Autoclave: I. Theory”, G.W. Scherer, J. Sol-Gel Sci. Tech. 3 (1994) 127-139

117. “Stress in Aerogel during Depressurization of Autoclave: II. Silica Gel”, T. Woignier, G.W. Scherer, and A. Alaoui, J. Sol-Gel Sci. Tech. 3 (1994) 141-150

118. “Relaxation of a Viscoelastic Gel Bar:  II. Silica Gel”, G.W. Scherer, J. Sol-Gel Sci. Tech. 2 [1/2/3] (1994) 199-204

119. “Structure and Permeability of Gels”, J.F. Quinson, M. Repellin Lacroix, M. Pauthe, A. Roche, and G.W. Scherer, J. Sol-Gel Sci. Tech. 2 [1/2/3] (1994) 239-244

120. “The Sintering of Silica Aerogels Studied by Thermoporometry”, T. Woignier, J.F. Quinson, M. Pauthe, M. Repellin Lacroix, J. Phalippou, and G.W. Scherer, J. Sol-Gel Sci. Tech. 2 [1/2/3] (1994) 277-282

121. “Preparation and Characterization of KTiOPO4 Sol-gel Thin Films for Integrated Optical Applications”, C.J. Barbé, M.A. Harmer, and G.W. Scherer, J. Sol-Gel Sci. Tech. 2 [1/2/3] (1994) 507-512

122. “Mechanical Strengthening of TMOS Based Alcogels by Ageing in Silane Solutions”, S. Hæreid, M.-A. Einarsrud, and G.W. Scherer, J. Sol-Gel Sci. Tech. 3 (1994) 199-204

123. “Viscosities and sintering rates of composite packings of spheres”, A. Jagota and G.W. Scherer, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 78 [3] (1995) 521-528

124. “Ultraporous materials with low permeability”, J. Phalippou, G.W. Scherer, T. Woignier, D. Bourret, and R. Sempéré, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 186 (1995) 64-72

125. “Deformation of aerogels during characterization”, G.W. Scherer, D.M. Smith, and D. Stein, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 186 (1995) 309-315

126. “Compression of aerogels”, G.W. Scherer, D.M. Smith, X. Qiu, and J.M. Anderson, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 186 (1995) 316-320

127. “Shrinkage during drying of silica gel”, D.M. Smith, G.W. Scherer, and J.M. Anderson, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 188 (1995) 191-206

128. “Microstructure, orientation, and properties of sol-gel derived KTP thin films for nonlinear optical applications”, C.J. Barbé, M.A. Harmer, and G.W. Scherer, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 78 [8] (1995) 2033-2044

129. “Thermal expansion of a viscoelastic gel”, G.W. Scherer, J. Sol-Gel Sci. Tech. 4 [3] (1995) 169-177

130. “Cavitation during drying of a gel”, G.W. Scherer and D.M. Smith, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 189 (1995) 197-211

131. “An Organic/Inorganic Single-Phase Composite”, I.A. David and G.W. Scherer, Chem. Mater. 7 [10] (1995) 1957-1967  

132. “Influence of viscoelasticity and permeability on the stress response of silica gel”, G.W. Scherer, Langmuir 12 [5] (1996) 1109-1116

133. “Fundamentals of drying and shrinkage”, G.W. Scherer, pp. 199-211 in Science of Whitewares, eds. V.E. Henkes, G.Y. Onoda, and W.M. Carty (Am. Ceram. Soc., Westerville, OH, 1996)

134. “Bending of gel beams: Effect of deflection rate and Hertzian indentation”, G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 201 (1996) 1-25

135. “Viscoelasticity and permeability of silica gels”, G.W. Scherer, Faraday Disc. 101 (1995) 225-234;287-291

136. “Shrinkage of silica gels aged in TEOS”, G.W. Scherer, S. Hæreid, E. Nilson, and M.A. Einarsrud, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 202 [1-2] (1996) 42-52

137. “Bending of a gel rod with an impermeable surface”, G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 204 [1] (1996) 73-77

138. “Thermal expansion of a gel layer on a rigid substrate”, G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 204 [2] (1996) 118-124

139. “Permeability and structure of resorcinol-formaldehyde gels”, G.W. Scherer, C. Alviso, R. Pekala, and J. Gross,  pp. 497-503 in Microporous and Macroporous Materials, eds. R.F. Lobo, J.S. Beck, S.L. Suib, D.R. Corbin, M.E. Davis, L.E. Iton, and S.I. Zones, MRS Symp. Proc. Vol. 431 (Mater. Res. Soc., Pittsburgh, PA, 1996)

140. “Elastic properties of crosslinked Resorcinol-Formaldehyde gels and aerogels”, J. Gross, G.W. Scherer, C. Alviso, and R. Pekala, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 211 [1,2] (1997) 132-142

141. “Sintering of sol-gel films”, G.W. Scherer, J. Sol-Gel Sci. Tech. 8 (1997) 353-363

142. “Interaction of formic acid with the silica gel network”, K.G. Sharp and G.W. Scherer, J. Sol-Gel Sci. Tech. 8 (1997) 165-171

143. “Sol-gel synthesis of potassium titanyl phosphate: Solution chemistry and gelation”, C.J. Barbé, G.W. Scherer, and M.A. Harmer, J. Sol-Gel Sci. Tech. 9 (1997) 183-199

144. “Stress from re-immersion of partially dried gel”, G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids, 212 (1997) 268-280

145. “Stress development during drying of Conservare OH®”, G.W. Scherer and G. Wheeler, pp. 355-362 in Proc. 4th Int. Symp. Conservation of Monuments in the Mediterranean, Vol. 3, eds. A. Moropoulou, F. Zezza, E. Kollias, I. Papachristodoulou (Tech. Chamber Greece, Athens, 1997)

146. “Effect of drying on properties of silica gel”, G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids, 215 [2,3] (1997) 155-168

147. “Effect of Precursor and Hydrolysis Conditions on Drying Shrinkage”, M.-A. Einarsrud, E. Nilsen, and George W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 221 [2,3] (1997) 135-143 

148. “Coarsening in a viscous matrix”, G.W. Scherer, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 81 [1] (1998) 49-54

149. “Adsorption in sparse networks: I. Cylinder model”, G.W. Scherer, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 202 (1998) 399-410

150. “Adsorption in sparse networks: II. Application to silica aerogels”, G.W. Scherer, S. Calas, and R. Sempéré, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 202 (1998) 411-416

151. “Bulk properties of a cyanogel network: Toward an understanding of the elastic, mechanical, and physical processes associated with sol-gel processing of cyanide-bridged gel systems”, S.L. Sharp, A.B. Bocarsly, and G.W. Scherer, Chemistry of Materials, 10 [3] (1998) 825-832

152. “Adsorption in aerogel networks”, G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 225 (1998) 192-199

153. “Characterization of aerogels”, G.W. Scherer, Advances in Colloid and Interface Science 76-77 (1998) 321-339

154. “Densification kinetics and structural evolution during sintering of silica aerogel”, G.W. Scherer, S. Calas, and R. Sempéré, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 240 (1998) 118-130

155. “Sintering of aerogels”, G.W. Scherer, S. Calas, and R. Sempéré, J. Sol-Gel Sci. Tech. 13 (1998) 937-943

156. “Compatible Consolidants”, M. Yang, G.W. Scherer, and G.S. Wheeler, pp. 201-208 in Compatible Materials for the Protection of European Cultural Heritage, eds. G. Biscontin, A. Moropoulou, M. Erdik, J. Delgado Rodrigues, PACT 56 (Tech. Chamber Greece, Athens, 1998)

157. “Structural efficiency and microstructural modeling of wet gels and aerogels”, J. Gross and G.W. Scherer, J. Sol-Gel Sci. Techn. 13 (1998) 957-960

158. “Room temperature densification of aerogel by isostatic compression”, A.H. Alaoui, T. Woignier, J. Phalippou, and G.W. Scherer, J. Sol-Gel Sci. Techn. 13 (1998) 365-369

159. “Structure and properties of gels”, G.W. Scherer, Cement Concr. Res. 29 [8] (1999) 1149-1157

160. “Crystallization in pores”, G.W. Scherer, Cement Concr. Res. 29 [8] (1999) 1347-1358; “Reply to discussion of Crystallization in pores”, G.W. Scherer, Cement and Concr. Res. 30 [4] (2000) 673-675

161. “Tailored porous materials”, T.J. Barton, L.M. Bull, W.G. Klemperer,  D.A. Loy, B. McEnaney, M. Misono, P.A. Monson, G. Pez, G.W. Scherer, J.C. Vartuli, O.M. Yaghi, Chem. Mater. 11 [10] (1999) 2633-2656

162. “Particle-modified Consolidants”, M.R. Escalante, R. Flatt, G.W. Scherer, D. Tsiourva, and A. Moropoulou, pp. 425-429 in Protection and Conservation of the Cultural Heritage of the Mediterranean Cities, eds. E. Galán and F. Zezza (Balkema, Lisse, The Netherlands, 2002)

163. “Compatible consolidants from particle-modified gels”, M.R. Escalante, J. Valenza, and G.W. Scherer, pp. 459-465 in Proc. 9th Int. Cong. Deterioration and Conservation of Stone, Vol. 2, ed. V. Fassina (Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2000)

164. “Stress from crystallization of salt in pores”, G.W. Scherer, pp. 187-194 in Proc. 9th Int. Cong. Deterioration and Conservation of Stone, Vol. 1, ed. V. Fassina (Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2000)

165. “Measuring Permeability of Rigid Materials by a Beam-Bending Method: I. Theory”, G.W. Scherer, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 83 [9] (2000) 2231-2239; Erratum, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 87 [8] (2004) 1612-1613

166. “Measuring Permeability of Rigid Materials by a Beam-Bending Method: II. Porous Vycor”, W. Vichit-Vadakan and G.W. Scherer, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 83 [9] (2000) 2240-2245; Erratum, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 87 [8] (2004) 1614

167. “Thermal expansion kinetics: Method to measure permeability of cementitious materials: I, Theory”, G.W. Scherer, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 83 [11] (2000) 2753-61; Erratum, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 87 [8] (2004) 1609-1610

168. “Mechanical structure-property relationship of aerogels”, H.-S. Ma, A.P. Roberts, J.-H. Prévost, R. Jullien, and G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 277 (2000) 127-141

169.     “Nitrogen adsorption in compliant materials”, G. Reichenauer and G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 277 (2000) 162-172

170. “Materials Science Research for Conservation of Sculpture and Monuments”, G.W. Scherer, R. Flatt, and G. Wheeler, MRS Bulletin, Jan. 2001, pp. 44-50

171. “Thermal expansion kinetics: Method to measure permeability of cementitious materials: II, Application to hardened cement paste”, H. Ai, J.F. Young, and G.W. Scherer, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 84 [2] (2001) 385-391; Erratum, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 87 [8] (2004) 1611

172. “Practical adhesion of organic coatings to metals: The role of the interphase and its residual stresses”, J. Bouchet, A.A. Roche, E. Jacquelin, and G.W. Scherer, pp. 217-237 in Adhesion Aspects of Thin Films, Vol. 1, ed. K.L. Mittal (VSP, Zeist, The Netherlands, 2001)

173. “Effects upon nitrogen sorption analysis in aerogels”, G. Reichenauer and G.W. Scherer, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 236 (2001) 385-386

174. “Extracting the pore size distribution of compliant materials from nitrogen adsorption”, G. Reichenauer and G.W. Scherer, Colloids and Surfaces A 187-188 (2001) 41-50

175. “Nitrogen sorption in aerogels”, G. Reichenauer and G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 285 (2001) 167-174

176. “Computer simulation of mechanical structure-property relationship of aerogels”, H.-S. Ma, J.-H. Prévost, R. Jullien, and G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 285 (2001) 216-221

177. “Modeling of Sol-Gel Transition with Loop Network Formation and its Implications on Mechanical Properties”, H.-S. Ma, J.-P. Prévost, R. Jullien and G. W. Scherer, in Advances in Materials Theory and Modeling - Bridging Over Multiple-Length and Time Scales, edited by V. Bulatov, F. Cleri, L. Colombo, L. Lewis and N. Mousseau, Mater. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. No. 677 (Materials Research Society, Pittsburgh, 2001), AA7.10

178. “Beam-bending method for permeability and creep characterization of cement paste and mortar”, W. Vichit-Vadakan and G.W. Scherer, pp. 27-32 in Creep, Shrinkage and Durability Mechanics of Concrete and Other Quasi-Brittle Materials, eds. F.-J. Ulm, Z.P. Bazant, & F.H. Wittmann (Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2001)

179. “Measuring Permeability of Rigid Materials by a Beam-Bending Method: III. Cement Paste”, W. Vichit-Vadakan and G.W. Scherer, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 85 [6] 1537–44 (2002) ; Erratum, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 87 [8] (2004) 1615

180. “Dangling bond deflection model: Growth of gel network with loop structure”, H.-S. Ma, R. Jullien, and G.W. Scherer, Phys. Rev. E 65 (2002) 401-403

181. “Elasticity of DLCA model gels with loops”, H.-S. Ma, J. Prévost, R. Jullien, G.W. Scherer, Int. J. Solids Struct. 39 [18] (2002) 4605-4614

182. “Optimization of the rapid supercritical extraction process for aerogels”, G. W. Scherer, J. Gross, L.W. Hrubesh, and P.R. Coronado, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 311 (2002) 259-272

183. “Rheology optimization of Particle Modified Consolidants”, E. Aggelakopoulou, P. Charles, M.E. Acerra,  A.I.  Garcia, R.J. Flatt, and G.W. Scherer, pp.15-20 in Materials Issues in Art & Archaeology VI, MRS Symposium Proc. Vol. 712, eds. P.B. Vandiver, M. Goodway, and J.L. Mass (Materials Res. Soc., Warrendale, PA, 2002)

184. “Hygric Swelling of Portland Brownstone”, I. Jimenez Gonzalez, M. Higgins, and G.W. Scherer, pp. 21-27 in Materials Issues in Art & Archaeology VI, MRS Symposium Proc. Vol. 712, eds. P.B. Vandiver, M. Goodway, and J.L. Mass (Materials Res. Soc., Warrendale, PA, 2002)

185. “Hydration and Crystallization Pressure of Sodium Sulfate: a Critical Review”, R.J. Flatt, G.W. Scherer, pp. 29-34 in Materials Issues in Art & Archaeology VI, MRS Symposium Proc. Vol. 712, eds. P.B. Vandiver, M. Goodway, and J.L. Mass (Materials Res. Soc., Warrendale, PA, 2002)

186. “Crystallization damage by sodium sulfate”, N. Tsui, R.J. Flatt, G.W. Scherer, J. Cultural Heritage 4 (2003) 109-115

187. “Dynamic Pressurization: Novel method for measuring fluid permeability”, J. Gross and G.W. Scherer, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 325 (2003) 34-47

188. “Measuring permeability and stress relaxation of young cement paste by beam-bending”, W. Vichit-Vadakan and G.W. Scherer, Cement Concrete Res. 33 (2003) 1925-1932

189. “Factors affecting crystallization pressure”, G.W. Scherer, pp 139-154 in Internal Sulfate Attack and Delayed Ettringite Formation, Proc. Int. RILEM 186-ISA Workshop, ed K. Scrivener and J. Skalny (PRO 35, RILEM publications, Paris 2004)

190. “Characterization of Saturated Porous Bodies”, G.W. Scherer, Concr. Sci. Eng. 37  [265] (2004) 21-30

191. “Effect of swelling inhibitors on the swelling and stress relaxation of clay-bearing stones”, I. Jiménez González and G.W. Scherer, Environmental Geology 46 (2004) 364–377

192. “Thermal Expansion and Viscosity of Confined Liquids”, S. Xu, G.C. Simmons and G.W. Scherer, pp. 85-91 in Dynamics of Small Confining Systems, Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. Vol. 790, eds. J.T. Fourkas, P. Levitz, M. Urbakh, K.J. Wahl (Materials Res. Soc., Warrendale, 2004), P.6.8.1-7

193. “Thermal expansion kinetics: Method to measure permeability of cementitious materials: III, Effect of viscoelasticity”, G.W. Scherer, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 87 [8] (2004) 1509-1516

194. “Measuring Permeability of Rigid Materials by a Beam-Bending Method: IV. Transversely Isotropic Plate”, G.W. Scherer, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 87 [8] (2004) 1517-1524

195. “Stress from crystallization of salt”, G.W. Scherer, Cement Concr. Res. 34 (2004) 1613-1624

196. “Measuring Permeability of Rigid Materials by a Beam-Bending Method: V. Isotropic Rectangular Plates of Cement Paste”, J.J. Valenza II and G.W. Scherer, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 87 [10] (2004) 1927-1931

197. “Evidence of anomalous thermal expansion of water in cement paste”, J.J. Valenza and G.W. Scherer, Cement Concr. Res. 35 (2005) 57-66

198. “Leakage of CO2 Through Abandoned Wells: Role of Corrosion of Cement “, G.W. Scherer, M. A. Celia, J.-H. Prévost, S. Bachu, R. Bruant, A. Duguid, R. Fuller, S. E. Gasda, M. Radonjic, W. Vichit-Vadakan, in Carbon Dioxide Capture for Storage in Deep Geologic Formations - Results from the CO2 Capture Project, Vol 2 - Geologic Storage of Carbon Dioxide with Monitoring and Verification (Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, 2005)

199. “Thermal expansion kinetics: Method to measure permeability of cementitious materials: IV, Effect of thermal gradients”, J.P. Ciardullo, D.J. Sweeney, and G.W. Scherer, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 88 [5] (2005) 1213–1221

200. “Mechanisms of Frost Damage”, G.W. Scherer and J.J. Valenza II, pp. 209-246 in Materials Science of Concrete, Vol. VII, eds. J. Skalny and F. Young (American Ceramic Society, 2005)

201. “Mechanisms of Salt Scaling”, J.J. Valenza II and G.W. Scherer, Materials and Structures 38 (May 2005) 479-488

202. “Characterization of Swelling in Clay-Bearing Stone”, G.W. Scherer and I. Jiménez González, pp. 51-61 in Stone decay and conservation, SP-390, ed. A.V. Turkington (Geological Soc. Am., 2005)

203. “Expansion of hardened cement paste in saline solutions”, J.J. Valenza II, S. Vitousek, and G.W. Scherer, pp. 207-212 in Creep, Shrinkage and Durability of Concrete and Concrete Structures, ed. G.Pijaudier-Cabot, B. Gérard, P. Acker (Hermes, London, 2005)

204. “Measuring permeability and bulk modulus of cementitious materials”, Z.C. Grasley, J.J. Valenza II, G.W. Scherer, D.A. Lange, pp. 213-218 in Creep, Shrinkage and Durability of Concrete and Concrete Structures, ed. G.Pijaudier-Cabot, B. Gérard, P. Acker (Hermes, London, 2005)

205. “Mechanism for Salt Scaling”, J. J. Valenza II and G.W. Scherer, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 89 [4] 1161–1179 (2006)

206. “Dynamic Pressurization Method for Measuring Permeability and Modulus: I. Theory”, G.W. Scherer, Materials and Structures, 2006

207. “Controlling stress from salt crystallization”, J. Houck and G.W. Scherer, pp. 299-312 in Fracture and Failure of Natural Building Stones, ed. S.K. Kourkoulis (Springer, Dordrecht, 2006) 

208. “Effect of the pore size distribution on crystallization pressure”,  G. Chanvillard and G.W. Scherer, pp. 669-673 in Measuring, Monitoring and Modeling Concrete Properties, ed. M.S. Konsta-Gdoutos (Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 2006) 

209. “Evaluating the potential damage to stones from wetting and drying cycles”, I. Jiménez González and G.W. Scherer, pp. 685-693 in Measuring, Monitoring and Modeling Concrete Properties, ed. M.S. Konsta-Gdoutos (Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 2006) 

210. “Controlling stress from swelling clay”, Timothy Wangler, Angela Wylykanowitz, and G.W. Scherer, pp. 703-708 in Measuring, Monitoring and Modeling Concrete Properties, ed. M.S. Konsta-Gdoutos (Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 2006) 

211. “Internal stress and cracking in stone and masonry”, G.W. Scherer, pp. 633-641 in  Measuring, Monitoring and Modeling Concrete Properties, ed. M.S. Konsta-Gdoutos (Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 2006) 

212. “Dynamic Pressurization Method for Measuring Permeability and Modulus: II. Cementitious materials”, Z.C. Grasley, G.W. Scherer, D.A. Lange, and J.J. Valenza II, Materials and Structures, 40 [7] (2007) 711-721

213. “Mechanism for Salt Scaling of a Cementitious Surface”, J.J. Valenza II and G.W. Scherer, Materials and Structures, 40 (2007) 259-268

214. “A commented translation of the paper by C.W. Correns and W. Steinborn on crystallization pressure”, R.J. Flatt, M. Steiger, G.W. Scherer, Env. Geo. 52 [2] (2007) 187-203

215. “Particle-modified consolidants: A study on the effect of particles on sol-gel properties and consolidation effectiveness”, C. Miliani, M.L. Velo-Simpson, G.W. Scherer, J. Cult. Herit. 8 (2007) 1-6

216. “New Methods to Measure Liquid Permeability in Porous Materials”, G.W. Scherer, J. J. Valenza II, and G. Simmons, Cement Concr. Res. 37 (2007) 386–397

217. “Relaxation and Glass Transition in an Isostatically Compressed Diopside Glass”, L. Wondraczek, H. Behrens, Y. Yue, J. Deubener, G.W. Scherer, J. Am. Ceram. Soc.  90 [5] (2007) 1556–1561

218. “A Review of Salt Scaling: I. Phenomenology”, J.J. Valenza II and G.W. Scherer, Cement Concrete Res. 37 (2007) 1007–1021

219. “A Review of Salt Scaling: II. Mechanisms”, J.J. Valenza II and G.W. Scherer, Cement Concrete Res. 37 (2007) 1022-1034

220. “Ability of the Glue Spall Model to Account for the De-Icer Salt Scaling Deterioration of Concrete”, M-H Tremblay, F. Lory, J. Marchand, G. W. Scherer, J.J. Valenza, paper W4-07.3 in Proc. 12th ICCC, eds. J.J. Beaudoin, J.M. Makar, L. Raki (National Research Council of Canada, Montreal, Canada, 2007) ISBN 978-0-660-19695-4

221. “Kinetics of Ice Growth in Concrete”, Z. Sun, D. Kumpf, and G.W. Scherer, paper W4-07.1 in Proc. 12th Int. Cong. Cement Chemistry, eds. J.J. Beaudoin, J.M. Makar, L. Raki (National Research Council of Canada, Montreal, Canada, 2007) ISBN 978-0-660-19695-4

222. “The Effect of Carbonated Brine on Well Cement Used in Geologic Formations.”, A. Duguid, M. Radonjic, and G. W. Scherer, paper TH4-10.2 in Proc. 12th ICCC, eds. J.J. Beaudoin, J.M. Makar, L. Raki (National Research Council of Canada, Montreal, Canada, 2007) ISBN 

223. “Permeability reduction in sandstone by in situ formed silica gel”, H. J. Castelijns, G. W. Scherer, L. Pel, and P. L. J. Zitha, J. Appl. Phys. 102, 114901 (2007) 1-10

224. “The microstructure of hybrid silica gels and its modificationby evaporative and supercritical dryings”, C.J. Gommes, Silvia Blacher, J.-P. Pirard, and G.W. Scherer, J. Sol-Gel Sci Technol 44  (2007) 211–218

225. “Thermodynamics of crystallization stresses in DEF”, R.J. Flatt and G.W. Scherer, Cement Concrete Res. 38 (2008) 325–336

226. “Poromechanics Analysis of a Flow-Through Permeameter with Entrapped Air”, G.W. Scherer, Cement Concr. Res. 38 (2008) 368–378

227. “Characterization and Modeling of Pores and Surfaces in Cement Paste: Correlations to Processing and Properties”, H.M. Jennings, J.W. Bullard, J.J. Thomas, J.E. Andrade, J.J. Chen and G.W. Scherer, J. Adv. Concr. Technol.  6 [1] (2008) 5-29

228. “Modeling damage from ice and salt”, G.W. Scherer, pp. 13-23 in Proc. Int. RILEM Symp. On Concrete Modelling (CONMOD ’08), eds. E. Schlangen and G. DeSchutter (RILEM, Bagneux, France, 2008) ISBN-13: 978-2-35158-060-8

229. “Kinetics of ice growth in cement and concrete”, Z. Sun and G.W. Scherer, pp. 183-190 in Int. RILEM Symp. On Concrete Modelling (CONMOD ’08), eds. E. Schlangen and G. DeSchutter (RILEM, Bagneux, France, 2008) ISBN-13: 978-2-35158-060-8

230. “Swelling clays and salt crystallization: Damage mechanisms and the role of consolidants”, G.W. Scherer and I. Jiménéz Gonzalez, pp. 29-39 in Proc. Int. Symp. Stone consolidation in cultural heritage, eds. J. Delgado Rodrigues and J. Manuel Mimoso (Laboratório Nacional de Engenharia Civil, Lisbon, 2008) ISBN 978-972-49-2135-8

231. “The role of clay minerals in the physico-mechanical deterioration of sandstone”, I. Jiménez González, C. Rodríguez-Navarro, and G.W. Scherer, J. Geological Res. 113, F02021, doi:10.1029/2007JF000845

232. “Clay Swelling Mechanism in Clay-Bearing Sandstones”, T. Wangler, G. W. Scherer, Env. Geo. DOI 10.1007/s00254-008-1380

233. “Crystallization of sodium sulfate salts in limestone”, R.M. Espinosa Marzal, G.W. Scherer, Env. Geo. DOI 10.1007/s00254-008-1441-7

234. “Silicate Consolidants for Stone”, G.W. Scherer and G. S. Wheeler, Key Engineering Materials Vol. 391 (2009) pp 1-25 (online at http://www.scientific.net © (2009) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland)

235. “Comparison between flexural and uniaxial compression tests to measure the elastic modulus of silica aerogel”, A. Hafidi Alaoui, T. Woignier, G.W. Scherer, J. Phalippou, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 354 (2008) 4556–4561

236.   “Study of the pore clogging induced by salt crystallization in Indiana limestone”, R. M. Espinosa Marzal, G. W. Scherer, Proc. 11th Int. Cong. Deterioration and Conservation of Stone (Nicolaus Copernicus University Press, Torun, Poland, 2008) Vol. I, pp. 81-88

237. “Swelling damage mechanism for clay-bearing sandstones”, P. Duffus, T. Wangler, and G.W. Scherer. Proc. 11th Int. Cong. Deterioration and Conservation of Stone (Nicolaus Copernicus University Press, Torun, Poland, 2008) Vol. I, pp. 65-72

238. “Molecular Mechanisms Causing Anomalously High Thermal Expansion of Nanoconfined Water”, S.H. Garofalini, T.S. Mahadevan, S. Xu, and G.W. Scherer, Chem. Phys. Chem. 9 (2008) 1997 – 2001

239. “Kinetics of ice growth in cement paste”, Z. Sun, O. Abellan & G.W. Scherer, in Proc. 8th Int. Conf. Creep, Shrinkage and Durability of Concrete and Concrete Structures (ConCreep8), Ise-Shima, Japan (2008) 951~956

240. “Thermal Expansion of Confined Water”, S. Xu, G.W. Scherer, T.S. Mahadevan, and  S.H. Garofalini, Langmuir, 25 [9] (2009) 5076–5083

241. “Transport of Water in Small Pores”, S. Xu, G.C. Simmons, T.S. Mahadevan, G.W. Scherer, S.H. Garofalini, Carlos Pacheco, Langmuir 25 [9] (2009) 5084-5090

242. “Controlling swelling of Portland Brownstone”, T. Wangler and G.W. Scherer, J. Mater. Res. 24 [5] (2009) 1646-1652

243. “Finite-Element Analysis of the Bending of a Saturated Beam”, G.W. Scherer, J.H. Prévost, Z. Wang, pp. 890-895 in Poromechanics IV, Proc. Fourth Biot Conf. on Poromechanics, New York, 2009. eds. H.I. Ling, A. Smyth, R. Betti (DEStech Publications, Lancaster, PA, 2009)

244. “Effect of Air Voids on the Dilatation of Mortar During Freezing”, Z. Sun and G.W. Scherer, p. 896-901 in Poromechanics IV, Proc. Fourth Biot Conf. on Poromechanics, New York, 2009. eds. H.I. Ling, A. Smyth, R. Betti (DEStech Publications, Lancaster, PA, 2009)

245. “Crystallization Pressure Exerted by in-Pore Confined Crystals”, R.M. Espinosa-Marzal and G.W. Scherer, pp. 1013-1018 in Poromechanics IV, Proc. Fourth Biot Conf. on Poromechanics, New York, 2009. eds. H.I. Ling, A. Smyth, R. Betti (DEStech Publications, Lancaster, PA, 2009)

246. “Bending of a Poroelastic Beam with Lateral Diffusion”, G.W. Scherer, J.H. Prévost, and Z.-H. Wang, Int. J. Solids and Structures 46 (2009) 3451–3462 

247. “Use of a Dissociative Potential to Simulate Hydration of Na+ and Cl- ions”, M.B. Webb, S. H. Garofalini, and G. W. Scherer, J. Phys. Chem. B, 113 (2009) 9886–9893

248. “Structural effect on the plastic behavior in highly porous glasses”, T. Woignier, A. Hafidi Alaoui, J. Primera, J. Phalippou, G. W. Scherer, Key Engineering Materials Vol. 423 (Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland, 2010) pp 15-24

249. “Carbonation of Wellbore Cement by CO2 Diffusion from Caprock”, G.W. Scherer and B. Huet, Int. J. Greenhouse Gas Control, 3 (2009) 731–735

250.   “Effect of Air Voids on Salt Scaling”, Z. Sun and G.W. Scherer, Cement Concr. Res. 40 (2010) 260–270

251. “Pore size and shape in mortar by thermoporometry”, Z. Sun and G.W. Scherer, Cement Concr. Res. 40 (2010) 740–751

252. “Effect of pressure on early hydration of class H and white cement”, G.W. Scherer, G.P. Funkhouser, and S. Peethamparan, Cement Concr. Res. 40 (2010) 845–850

253. “Quantitative reactive transport modeling of Portland cement in CO2 saturated water”, Bruno M. Huet, Jean H. Prevost, George W. Scherer, Int. J. Greenhouse Gas Control, 4 (2010) 561–574

254. “Degradation of Oilwell Cement Due to Exposure to Carbonated Brine”, Andrew Duguid, George W. Scherer, Int. J. Greenhouse Gas Control, 4 (2010) 546–560

255. “Mechanisms of damage by salt”, R.M. Espinosa-Marzal  & G. W. Scherer, pp. 61-77 in Limestone in the Built Environment: Present-Day Challenges for the Preservation of the Past. B.J. Smith, M. Gomez-Heras, H.A. Viles & J. Cassar (eds), Special Publications 331 (Geological Society, London, 2010)

256. “Advances in Understanding Damage by Salt Crystallization”, R.M. Espinosa-Marzal  & G. W. Scherer, Accounts of Chemical Research 43 [6] (2010) 897-905
DOI: 10.1021/ar9002224

257. “Monitoring Chemical Shrinkage Using Pressure Sensors”, S. Peethamparan, E. Weissinger, J. Vocaturo, J. Zhang, and G.W. Scherer, ACI Special Proceedings in CD on Advances in the Material Science of Concrete , SP-270, 2010,  pp. 77-88

258. “Early hydration and setting of oil well cement”, J. Zhang, E.A. Weissinger, S. Peethamparan, G.W. Scherer, Cement Concr. Res. 40 (2010) 1023–1033 

259. “The formation of meta-stable sodium sulfate heptahydrate in porous materials as studied by NMR”, L. Pel, T. Saidov, R. Espinosa-Marzal, G. Scherer, MEDACHS 10, eds. A.K. Ait-Mokhtar and D. Breysse (MEDACHS, La Rochelle, France, 2010) 47-54

260. “Measurement and Simulation of Dendritic Growth of Ice in Cement Paste”, Z. Sun and G.W. Scherer, Cem. Concr. Res. 40 (2010) 1393–1402

doi:10.1016/j.cemconres.2010.03.008

261. “Characterization of Cement from a Well at Teapot Dome Oil Field: Implications for Geologic Sequestration”, G.W. Scherer, B. Kutchko, N. Thaulow, A. Duguid, B. Mook, Int. J. Greenhouse Gas Control, 5 (2011) 115–1240

262. “Mechanisms of Cement Hydration”, J.W. Bullard, H.M. Jennings, R.A. Livingstone, A. Nonat, G.W. Scherer, J.S. Schweitzer, K.L. Scrivener, J.J. Thomas, Cem. Concr. Res.

263. “Flaw propagation and buckling in clay-bearing sandstones”, T.P. Wangler, A. Stratulat, P. Duffus, J.-H. Prévost, G.W. Scherer, Env. Geo. DOI 10.1007/s12665-010-0732-y

264. “Can drying and re-wetting of magnesium sulfate salts lead to damage of stone?”, E. Balboni, R.M. Espinosa-Marzal, E. Doehne, G.W. Scherer, Env. Geo.

265. “Modeling and simulation of cement hydration kinetics and microstructure development”, J.J. Thomas, J.J. Biernacki, J.W. Bullard, S. Bishnoi, J.S. Dolado, G.W. Scherer, and A. Luttge, Cem. Concr. Res. (2011),

doi:10.1016/j.cemconres.2010.10.004

266. “The use of hydroxyapatite as a new inorganic consolidant for damaged carbonate stones”, Enrico Sassoni, Sonia Naidu, George W. Scherer, Journal of Cultural Heritage xxx(2011)xxx–xxx

267. “LUCI: A facility at DUSEL for large-scale experimental study of geologic carbon sequestration”, C.A. Peters, P.F. Dobson, C.M. Oldenburg, J.S.Y. Wang, T.C. Onstott, G.W. Scherer, B.M. Freifeld, T.S. Ramakrishnan, E.L. Stabinski, K. Liang, S. Verma, Energy Procedia 4 (2011) 5050–5057

268.    “Poromechanics of Frost Damage”, G.W. Scherer, pp. 153-168 in Proc. Mechanics and Physics of Porous Solids, Champs-sur-Marne, April, 2011 (Ifsttar, Paris, 2011) ISBN 978-2-7208-2593-4

269. “Preliminary Results of the Use of Hydroxyapatite as a Consolidant for Car-bonate Stones”, E. Sassoni, S. Naidu, and G.W. Scherer, pp. 189-195, Materials Is-sues in Art and Archaeology IX, Vol. 1319, Eds. P.B. Vandiver, W. Li, J. L. Ru-valcaba Sil, C.L. Reedy, L.D. Frame (Materials Research Society, 2011) ISBN-13: 9781605112961

270. “The chemomechanics of sodium sulfate crystallization in thenardite impregnat-ed limestones during re-wetting”, R.M. Espinosa-Marzal, A. Hamilton, M. McNall, K. Whitaker, and G.W. Scherer, J. Mater. Res. 26 [12] (2011) 1472-1481

271. “Why alite stops hydrating below 80% relative humidity”, R.J. Flatt, G.W. Scher-er, and J.W. Bullard, Cement Concr. Res. 41 (2011) 987–992

272. “New Treatment for Corrosion-Resistant Coatings for Marble and Consolidation of Limestone”, S. Naidu, E. Sassoni, and G.W. Scherer, pp. 289-294 in Jardins de Pierres (SFIIC, Champs-sur-Marne, France, 2011)

273. “Comparison of methods for arresting hydration of cement”, J. Zhang and G.W. Scherer, Cement Concr. Res. 41 (2011) 1024–1036

274. “Heptahydrate I: The growth of sodium sulfate heptahydrate crystals”, H. Der-luyn, T.A. Saidov, R.M. Espinosa-Marzal, L. Pel, G.W. Scherer, J. Crystal Growth 329 (2011) 44–51

275. “Experimental Study of the Diffusion-Controlled Acid Degradation of Class H Portland Cement”, E.N. Matteo and G.W. Scherer, Int. J. Greenhouse Gas Control 7 (2012) 181–191 

276. “Molecular Dynamics Investigation of Solution Structure between NaCl and Quartz Crystals”, M.B. Webb, S.H. Garofalini, and G.W. Scherer, J. Phys. Chem. C 115 (40) 19724–19732

277. “Understanding Boundary Condition Effects on the Corrosion Kinetics of Class H Well Cement”, E.N. Matteo, G.W. Scherer, B. Huet, and L. Pel, Energy Proce-dia 4 (2011) 5370–5376

278. “Nucleation of sodium sulfate heptahydrate on mineral substrates studied by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance”, T.A. Saidov, R.M. Espinosa-Marzal, Leo Pel, G.W. Scherer, J. Crystal Growth 338 (2012) 166-169

279. “Degradation of cement at the reservoir/cement interface from exposure to car-bonated brine”, A. Duguid, M. Radonjic, and G.W. Scherer, Int. J. Greenhouse Gas 5 (2011) 1413–1428

280. “Hydration and Percolation at the Setting Point”, G.W. Scherer, J. Zhang, J. Quin-tanilla, S. Torquato, Cement Concr. Res. 42 [5] (2012) 665–672

281. “Nucleation and Growth Models for Hydration of Cement”, G.W. Scherer, J. Zhang, and J.J. Thomas, Cement Concr. Res. 42 (2012) 982–993

282. “Permeability of shale by the beam-bending method”, J. Zhang and G.W. Scher-er, Int. J. Rock Mechanics and Mining 53 (2012) 179–191

283. “Predicting Durability of Novel Cements”, G.W. Scherer, J. Chinese Ceramic So-ciety 40 [7] (2012) 1071-1080

284. “Prediction of the degree of hydration at initial setting time of cement paste with particle agglomeration”, J.-J. Zheng, J. Zhang, G.W. Scherer, Cement Concr. Res. 42 (2012) 1280–1285

285. “Influence of fly ash on air entrainment”, L.E. Tunstall and G.W. Scherer, 8 p., paper C3-1 in Proc. Int. Cong. Durability of Concrete, Trondheim, Norway, June 18-21, 2012, Eds. Harald Justnes, Stefan Jacobsen, ISBN 978-82-8208-031-6

286. “Models of Confined Growth”, G.W. Scherer, Cement Concr. Res. 42 (2012) 1252–1260

287. “Microstructural and mechanical effects of heating as an artificial weathering method for stone in consolidants testing”, E. Franzoni, E. Sassoni, F. Fusi, G.W. Scherer, S. Naidu, pp. 332-337 in Proc. 5th Int. Cong. Sci. Technol. Safeguard of Cul-tural Heritage in the Mediterranean Basin, Istanbul (2012), held 22-25 November 2011

288. “Effectiveness of hydroxyapatite as a consolidating treatment for lithotypes with varying carbonate content and porosity”, E. Sassoni, E. Franzoni, B. Pigino, G.W. Scherer, S. Naidu, pp. 338-343 in Proc. 5th Int. Cong. Sci. Technol. Safeguard of Cul-tural Heritage in the Mediterranean Basin, Istanbul (2012), held 22-25 November 2011

289. “Impact of in-pore salt crystallization on transport properties”, R.M. Espinosa-Marzal and G.W. Scherer, Env. Earth Sci. [November] (2012) DOI 10.1007/s12665-012-2087-z

290. “Crack engineering in thick coatings prepared by spray pyrolysis deposition”, S. B. Weber, T. Grande, G. W. Scherer, M.-A. Einarsrud, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. (2012) 1–9; 
DOI: 10.1111/jace.12129

291. “Predicting AEA dosage by Foam Index and adsorption on Fly Ash”, S. Jacobsen, M. Ollendorff, M. Geiker, L. Tunstall, and G.W. Scherer, pp. 103-120, Proc. Nor-dic Concrete Federation Workshop on Durability aspects of fly ash and slag in con-crete, (Norw. Public Roads Adm. Oslo, 15-16 February 2012)

292. “Consolidation of calcareous and siliceous sandstones by hydroxyapatite: com-parison with a TEOS-based consolidant”, E. Sassoni, E. Franzoni, B. Pigino, G.W. Scherer, S. Naidu, J. Cultural Heritage 14 [3] (2012) e103-e108

293. “Artificial weathering of stone by heating”, E. Franzoni, E. Sassoni, G.W. Scherer, S. Naidu, J. Cultural Heritage 14 [3] (2012) e85-e93

294. “Pressure from Crystallization in Pore Channels”, G.W. Scherer and S. Gupta, pp. 766-771 in Poromechanics V: Proceedings of the Fifth Biot Conference on Poromechan-ics, eds. C. Hellmich, B. Pichler, D. Adam (Am. Soc. Civil Eng., Reston, VA, 2013) 978-0-7844-1299-2 (CD-Rom), doi:  http://dx.doi.org/10.1061/9780784412992.268

295. “Supersaturation in Porous Media”, G.W. Scherer, pp. 2290-2296 in Poromechanics V: Proceedings of the Fifth Biot Conference on Poromechanics, eds. C. Hellmich, B. Pichler, D. Adam (Am. Soc. Civil Eng., Reston, VA, 2013) 978-0-7844-1299-2 (CD-Rom), doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1061/9780784412992.092 

296. “Hydroxyapatite-based consolidant and the acceleration of hydrolysis of silicate-based consolidants”, S. Naidu, C. Liu, G.W. Scherer, J. Cultural Heritage (2014) http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.culher.2014.01.001

297. “An image analysis procedure to quantify the air void system of mortar and con-crete”, P.C. Fonseca, G.W. Scherer, Materials and Structures, 

DOI 10.1617/s11527-014-0381-9

298. “Chemo-mechanics of salt damage in stone”, R.J. Flatt, F. Caruso, A.M. Aguilar Sanchez, G.W. Scherer, Nature Commun. 5:4823 doi: 10.1038/ncomms5823 (2014)

299. “Nucleation, growth and evolution of calcium phosphate films on calcite”, S. Naidu and G.W. Scherer, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 435 (2014) 128–137

300. “Viscosity of bimodal suspensions with hard spherical particles”, J. Spangenberg, G.W. Scherer1,2, Adam B. Hopkins, and Salvatore Torquato, J. Appl. Phys. 116, 184902 (2014); doi: 10.1063/1.4901463

301. “Development of hydroxyapatite films to reduce the dissolution rate of marble”, S. Naidu and G.W. Scherer, Proc. 12th Int. Cong. Deterioration and Conservation of Stone, New York, 2012 (http://iscs.icomos.org/cong-12.html)

302. “Consolidation of a porous limestone by means of a new treatment based on hy-droxyapatite”, E. Sassoni, E. Franzoni, G.W. Scherer, S. Naidu, Proc. 12th Int. Cong. Deterioration and Conservation of Stone, New York, 2012 (http://iscs.icomos.org/cong-12.html)

303. “Swelling pressure and stress development in clay-bearing sandstones”, Timothy Wangler, Elaine Ngo, and George W. Scherer, Proc. 12th Int. Cong. Deterioration and Conservation of Stone, New York, 2012  (http://iscs.icomos.org/cong-12.html)

304. “Concrete/Ice abrasion mechanics”, S. Jacobsen, G.W. Scherer, and E.M. Schul-son, Cem. Concr. Res. 73 (2015) 79–95

305. “Time dependent driving forces and the kinetics of tricalcium silicate hydration”, J.W. Bullard, G.W. Scherer, and J.J. Thomas, Cem. Concr. Res. 74 (2015) 26–34

306. “Nucleation, Growth and Evolution of Hydroxyapatite Films on Calcite”, S. Nai-du, J.M. Blair and G.W. Scherer, MRS Proceedings, Vol. 1656 (2015) mrsf13-1656-pp08-04 doi:10.1557/opl.2014.814.

307. “Hydroxyapatite-based consolidant and the acceleration of hydrolysis of silicate-based consolidants”, S. Naidu, C. Liu, G.W. Scherer, in Materials Issues in Art and Archaeology X, MRS Symposium Proc. Vol. 1656 (2015), eds. P.B. Vandiver, M. Goodway, and J.L. Mass (Materials Res. Soc., Warrendale, PA, 2014) DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1557/opl.2014.712

308. “Drying, Shrinkage, and Cracking of Cementitious Materials”, G.W. Scherer, Transp. Porous Med., 110 [2 ](2015) 311-331; DOI 10.1007/s11242-015-0518-5

309. “ECCENTRIC Buildings: Evaporative Cooling in Constructed ENvelopes by Transmission and Retention Inside Casings of Buildings”, E. Teitelbaum, F. Meg-gers, G. Scherer, P. Ramamurthy, L. Wang, E. Bou-Zeid, Energy Procedia 78 (2015) 1593-1598 

310. “Hydroxyapatite coatings for marble protection: optimization of calcite covering and acid resistance”, G. Graziani, E. Sassoni, E. Franzoni, G.W. Scherer, Appl. Surf. Sci. 368 (2016) 241–257

311. “Thermo-Mechanical Compatibility of Viscoelastic Mortars for Stone Repair”, T. Demoulin, G.W. Scherer, F. Girardet,  and R.J. Flatt, Materials 9 [1] (2016) 26 pp.; article #56; doi:10.3390/ma9010056

312. “Shape Effect of Crushed Sand Filler on Rheology: A Preliminary Experimental and Numerical Study”, J. Spangenberg, R. Cepuritis, E. Hovad, G. W. Scherer, S. Jacobsen, pp. 193-202 in 8th Int. RILEM Symp. Self-Compacting Concrete, Ed. Kamal H. Khayat (RILEM Publ. 2016) ISBN: 978-2-35158-156-8

313. “Adhesion and bonding between steel pipe and cement/spacer/mud system”, Z. Zhang, G.W. Scherer, and R.K. Prud’homme, pp. 1-8 in Proc. 9th Int. Conf. Frac-ture Mechanics of Concrete and Concrete Structures FraMCoS-9, Eds. V. Saouma, J. Bolander and E. Landis. DOI 10.21012/FC9.313

314. “Acid-Resistant Coatings on Marble”, S. Naidu, J. Blair, G.W. Scherer, J. Am. Ce-ram. Soc. 99 [10] (2016) 3421–3428  DOI: 10.1111/jace.14355

315. “Acrylic-based mortar for stone repair: a viscoelastic analysis of the thermal stresses”, T. Demoulin, G.W. Scherer, F. Girardet and R.J. Flatt, pp. 521-528 in Sci-ence and Art: A Future for Stone: Proceedings of the 13th International Congress on the Deterioration and Conservation of Stone, Vol. I. Eds. J. Hughes & T. Howind (Pais-ley, Univ. West of Scotland, 2016) 

316. “Marble protection by hydroxyapatite coatings” G. Graziani, E. Sassoni, E. Fran-zoni, G.W. Scherer, pp. 803-810 in Science and Art: A Future for Stone: Proceedings of the 13th International Congress on the Deterioration and Conservation of Stone, Vol. II. Eds. J. Hughes & T. Howind (Paisley, Univ. West of Scotland, 2016)

317. “Use of consolidants and pre-consolidants in sandstone with swelling clay at the Municipal Theatre of São Paulo”, D. Grossi, E.A. Del Lama and G.W. Scherer, pp. 811-816 in Science and Art: A Future for Stone: Proceedings of the 13th International Congress on the Deterioration and Conservation of Stone, Vol. II. Eds. J. Hughes & T. Howind (Paisley, Univ. West of Scotland, 2016) 

318. “Consolidation of sugaring marble by hydroxyapatite: some recent develop-ments on producing and treating decayed samples”, E. Sassoni, G. Graziani, E. Franzoni, G.W. Scherer, pp. 947-954 in Science and Art: A Future for Stone: Proceed-ings of the 13th International Congress on the Deterioration and Conservation of Stone, Vol. II. Eds. J. Hughes & T. Howind (Paisley, Univ. West of Scotland, 2016)

319. “Mineral Consolidants”, G.W. Scherer and E. Sassoni, pp. 1-10 in Int. RILEM Conf. Materials, Systems and Structures in Civil Eng. on Historical Masonry, Eds. Inge Rörig-Dalgaard and Ioannis Ioannou (RILEM, Tech. Univ. Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark, 2016) ISBN: 978-2-35158-174-2

320. “Foam index measurements on mixes of Air entraining agents, super plasticizers and fly ash-cement-filler blends”, S. Jacobsen, H. Nordahl, H. Rasol, Ø. Lødemel, L.Tunstall & G.W.Scherer, pp. 61-70 in Int. RILEM Conf. Materials, Systems and Structures in Civil Eng. on Frost Action in Concrete, Eds. Marianne Tange Hasholt, Katja Fridh and R. Doug Hooton (RILEM, Tech. Univ. Denmark, Lyngby, Den-mark, 2016) ISBN: 978-2-35158-182-7

321. “Freezing induced stresses in concrete-steel composite beams and effect of air voids”, S. Jacobsen and George W. Scherer, pp. 71-80 in Int. RILEM Conf. Materi-als, Systems and Structures in Civil Eng. on Frost Action in Concrete, Eds. Marianne Tange Hasholt, Katja Fridh and R. Doug Hooton (RILEM, Tech. Univ. Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark, 2016) ISBN: 978-2-35158-182-7

322. “Linking surfactant molecular structure to mortar frost protection”, L.E. Tunstall, G.W. Scherer, R.K. Prud’homme, pp. 191-200 in Int. RILEM Conf. Materials, Sys-tems and Structures in Civil Eng. on Frost Action in Concrete, Eds. Marianne Tange Hasholt, Katja Fridh and R. Doug Hooton (RILEM, Tech. Univ. Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark, 2016) ISBN: 978-2-35158-182-7

323. “On-site monitoring for better selection of stone repairs: a case study”, T. Demoulin, F. Girardet, T.P. Wangler, G.W. Scherer, and R.J. Flatt, Herit. Sci. 4 [38] (2016) 1-17

324. “Studying AEA Interaction in Cement Systems Using Tensiometry”, L.E. Tun-stall, G.W. Scherer, and R.K. Prud’homme, Cem. Concr. Res. 92 (2017) 29–36

325. “Solid Solution Model for C-S-H”, J.W. Bullard and G.W. Scherer, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 99 [12] (2016) 4137–4145





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