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Custodio S., Liu P., Archuleta R.J.  2005.  2004 Mw 6.0 Parkfield, California, earthquake: Inversion of Near-Source Ground Motion Using Different Datasets. Geophysical Research Letters. 32:L23312.
Cogley T, Startz R.  2012.  Robust Estimation of ARMA Models with Near Root Cancellation. submitted.
Christen H.M, Nam J.H, Kim H.S, Hatt A.J, Spaldin N.A.  2011.  Stress-induced R-MA-MC-T symmetry changes in BiFeO3 films. Phys. Rev. B. 83:144107.
Chrétien S, Metiu H.  2014.  Oxygen Adsorption on Irreducible Oxides Doped with Higher Valence Ions: O2 Binding to the Dopant. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C.
Chrétien S., Metiu H..  2008.  O2 evolution on a clean partially reduced rutile TiO2(110) surface and on the same surface precovered with Au1 and Au2: The importance of spin conservation. J. Chem. Phys.. 129:74705.
Chrétien S., Metiu H..  2008.  Enhanced adsorption energy of Au1 and O2 on the stoichiometric TiO2(110) surface by coadsorption with other molecules. J. Chem. Phys.. 128:44714.
Chrétien S., Buratto S.K, Metiu H..  2008.  Catalysis by very small Au clusters. Current Opinion in Solid State and Materials Science. 11(5-6):62-75.
Chrétien S, Metiu H.  2011.  The electronic structure of the partially reduced rutile TiO2(110) surface: where are the unpaired electrons located? J. Phys. Chem.. 115:4696.
Chrétien S., Metiu H..  2006.  Density functional study of the CO oxydation on a doped rutile TiO2(110): effects of ionic Au in catalysis. Catal. Lett.. 107:143.
Choudhury D., Hazarika A., Venimadhav A., Kakarla C., Delaney KT.  2010.  Electric and magnetic polarizabilities of hexagonal Ln2CuTiO6 (Ln=Y, Dy, Ho, Er and Yb). Phys. Rev. B 82, 134203 (2010). 82:134203.
Choudhury D., Venimadhav A., Kakarla C., Delaney KT.  2010.  Unusual dielectric response in B-site size-disordered hexagonal transition-metal oxides. Appl. Phys. Lett.. 96:162903.
Choi M, Janotti A, Van de Walle CG.  2013.  Native point defects in LaAlO3 : A hybrid functional study. Phys. Rev. B. 88:214117.
Choi M, Janotti A, Van de Walle CG.  2013.  Native point defects and dangling bonds in alpha-Al2O3. Journal of Applied Physics. 113(4):44501.
Choi M, Lyons JL, Janotti A, Van de Walle CG.  2013.  Impact of native defects in high-k dielectric oxides on GaN/oxide metal–oxide–semiconductor devices. physica status solidi (b). 250:787–791.
Choi M, Lyons JL, Janotti A, Van de Walle CG.  2013.  Impact of carbon and nitrogen impurities in high-k dielectrics on metal-oxide-semiconductor devices. Appl. Phys. Lett. 102:142902.
Chen R, Lee SB, Balents L.  2013.  Dimer Mott Insulator in an Oxide Heterostructure. Phys. Rev. B. 87:161119.
Chen R., Ju H., Jiang H.C, Starykh O.A, Balents L..  2013.  Ground states of spin-1/2 triangular antiferromagnets in a magnetic field. Phys. Rev. B. (in press)
Ceniceros HD, Fisher JE.  2012.  Peristaltic pumping of a viscoelastic fluid at high occlusion ratios and large Weissenberg numbers. Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics. 171-172:31-41.
Carroll IThomas.  2013.  Niche theory and the persistence of populations: applications to competitive communities and an infectious disease.
Camley BA, Brown FLH.  2014.  Fluctuating hydrodynamics of multicomponent membranes with embedded proteins. The Journal of chemical physics. 141:075103.
Camley BA, Brown FLH.  2010.  Dynamic Simulations of Multicomponent Lipid Membranes over Long Length and Time Scales. Phys. Rev. Lett.. 105:148102.
Camley BA, Brown FLH.  2013.  Diffusion of complex objects embedded in free and supported lipid bilayer membranes: role of shape anisotropy and leaflet structure. Soft Matter. 9:4767–4779.
Camley BA, Brown FLH.  2012.  Contributions to membrane-embedded-protein diffusion beyond hydrodynamic theories. Phys. Rev. E. 85:61921.
Camley BA, Brown FLH.  2011.  Dynamic scaling in phase separation kinetics for quasi-two-dimensional membranes. J. Chem. Phys. 135(22):225106.
Calusine G, Politi A, Awschalom DD.  2014.  Silicon carbide photonic crystal cavities with integrated color centers. Applied Physics Letters. 105:-.