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David Turnbull Bibliography

Publications of David Turnbull

Nucleation
 

  • D. Turnbull, “Transient Nucleation,” Metals Technology, Technical Publication 2365, June 1948.
  • J. C. Fisher, J. H. Hollomon and D. Turnbull, “Nucleation”, Journal of Applied Physics, 19 (8): 775-784, August 1948.
  • J. C. Fisher, J. H. Hollomon and D. Turnbull, “Nucleation of Phase Transformations,” Metals Technology, Technical Note 5, 1948.
  • D. Turnbull and J. C. Fisher, “Rate of Nucleation in Condensed Systems,” Journal of Chemical Physics, 17 (1): 7 1-73, January 1949.
  • J. C. Fisher, J. H. Hollomon and D. Turnbull, “Rate of Nucleation of Solid Particles in a Subcooled Liquid,” Science, 109(2825): 168, February 1949.
  • D. Turnbull, “The Subcooling of Liquid Metals,” Journal of Applied Physics, 20 (8): 817, August 1949.
  • D. Turnbull, “Principles of Solidification,” Thermodynamics in Physical Metallurgy, Cleveland : American Society for Metals, pp. 282-306, February 1950.
  • D. Turnbull, “Kinetics of Heterogeneous Nucleation,” Journal of Chemical Physics, 18 (2): 198-203, 1950.
  • D. Turnbull, “Correlation of Liquid-Solid Interfacial Energies Calculated from Supercooling of Small Droplets,” Journal of Chemical Physics, 18 (5): 769, May 1950.
  • D. Turnbull, “Isothermal Rate of Solidification of Small Droplets of Mercury and Tin,” Journal of Chemical Physics, 18(5): 768, May 1950.
  • D. Turnbull, “The Supercooling of Aggregates of Small Metal Particles,” Journal of Metals, 188: 1144-1148, September 1950.
  • D. Turnbull and R. E. Cech, “Microscopic Observation of the Solidification of Small Metal Droplets,” Journal of Applied Physics, 21 (8): 804-810, August 1950.
  • D. Turnbull, “Formation of Crystal Nuclei in Liquid Metals,” Journal of Applied Physics, 21(10): 1022-1028, October 1950.
  • R. E. Cech and D. Turnbull, “Microscopic Observation of the Solidification of Cu-Ni Alloy Droplets,” Journal of Metals, Transactions Section, pp. 242-243, March 1951.
  • J. H. Hollomon and D. Turnbull, “The Nucleation of the Solid,” Transactions of the Metallurgical Society of the AIME, pp. 1-23 (1951).
  • J. H. Hollomon and D. Turnbull, “Solidification of Lead-Tin Alloy Droplets,” Journal of Metals, 111 (9): 803-805, and Transactions AIME, 191: 803-805, 1951.
  • D. Turnbull, “Kinetics of Solidification of Supercooled Liquid Mercury Droplets,” Journal of Chemical Physics, 20 (3): 411-424, March 1952.
  • D. Turnbull and B. Vonnegut, “Nucleation Catalysis,” Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 44 (6): 1292-1298, 1952.
  • D. Turnbull, “Theory of Catalysis of Nucleation by Surface Patches,” Journal of Chemical Physics, 20 (8): 1327, August 1952.
  • J. H. Hollomon and D. Turnbull, “Nucleation,” in Progress in Metal Physics, 4: 333-388, 1953.
  • D. Turnbull, “Theory of Catalysis of Nucleation by Surface Patches,” Acta Merallurgica, 1: 8-14, January 1953.
  • J. C. Fisher and D. Turnbull, “Influence of Stress on Martensite Nucleation,” Ada Metallurgica, 1: 310-314, May 1953.
  • J. C. Fisher and D. Turnbull, “Calculation of Martensite Nucleus Energy Using the Reaction-Path Model,” Journal of Metals, 5: 1-2, July 1953.
  • D. Turnbull, “Role of Structural Impurities in Phase Transformations,” Impurities and Imperfections, American Society of Metals, pp. 121-144, 1955.
  • D. Turnbull, “Remarks on the Theory of Heterogeneous Nucleation of Crystals ,” Proceedings Woods Hole Conference, pp. 355-360, 1955.
  • R. E. Cech and D. Turnbull, “Heterogeneous Nucleation of the Martensite Transformation,” Journal of Metals, pp. 1-9, February 1956.
  • D. Turnbull, “Phase Changes,” Solid State Physics, III: 225-306, 1956.
  • D. Turnbull and R. L. Cormia, “Kinetics of Crystal Nucleation in Some Normal Alkane Liquids,” Journal of Chemical Physics, 34 (3): 820-831, March 1961.
  • D. Turnbull, “The Liquid State and the Liquid-Solid Transition,” The 1961 Institute of Metals Division Lecture, Transactions of the Metallurgical Society of AIME. 221: 422-439, June 1961.
  • D. Turnbull, “On the Relation Between Crystallization Rate and Liquid Structure,” Journal of Physical Chemistry, 66: 609-613, April 1962.
  • R. L. Cormia, F. P. Price and D. Turnbull, “Kinetics of Crystal Nucleation in Polyethylene,” Journal of Chemical Physics, 37 (6): 1333-1340, September 1962.
  • D. Turnbull, Definitions of “Nucleation,” “Nucleation and Growth in Recrystallization,” “Nucleation Phenomena in Liquids,” 
    “Precipitation in Alloys” and “Transformation, Diffusionless,” Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Physics,” Oxford : Pergamon Press, 
    1962.
  • D. Turnbull, “The Undercooling of Liquids,” Scientific American, 212 (1): 38-46, January 1965.
  • J. R. Burns and D. Turnbull, “Kinetics of Crystal Nucleation in Molten Isotactic Polypropylene,” Journal of Applied Physics, 37 (11):4021-4026, October 1966.
  • J. R. Burns and D. Turnbull, “Nucleation of Crystallization in Molten Isotactic Polybutene-1,” Journal of Polymer Science, 6: 775-782, Part A-2, 1968.
  • K. N. Tu and D. Turnbull, “Nucleation in Solids: (A) Brief Survey; (B) Cellular Precipitation,” Mechanism of Phase Transformations in Crystalline Solids, pp. 32-36, Institute of Metals Monograph, 33, London , 1969.
  • F. Spaepen and D. Turnbull, “Formation of Metallic Glasses,” Rapidly Quenched Metals, ed. N. J. Grant and B. C. Giessen, Second International Conference, pp. 205-229, Cambridge , MA : M.I.T. press, 1976.
  • D. Turnbull and F. Spaepen, “ Crystal Nucleation and the Crystal-Melt Interfacial Tension in Linear Hydrocarbons,” Journal of Polymer Science: Polymer Symposium, 63: 237-243, 1978.
  • F. Spaepen and D. Turnbull, “Negative Pressures and Melting Point Depression in Oxide-Coated Liquid Metal Droplets,” Scripta Metallurgica, 13: 149-151, 1979.
  • A. J. Drehman and D. Turnbull, “Solidification Behavior of Under- cooled Pd83Si17 and Pd82Si18 Liquid Droplets,”Scripta Metallurgica , 15 (5): 543-548, 1981.
  • D. Turnbull, “Metastable Structures in Metallurgy,” The 1980 Campbell Memorial Lecture, The American Society for Metals, Metallurgical Transactions A, 12A: 695-708, May 1981.
  • D. Turnbull, “On Anomalous Prefactors from Analysis of Nucleation Rates,” Progress in Materials Science, Chalmers Anniversary Volume, ed. J. W. Christian, P. Haasen and T. B. Massalski, pp. 269-275, London : Pergamon Press, 1981.
  • A. J. Drehman and D. Turnbull, “Crystal Nucleation in Pd-Si Alloys, Materials Processing in the Reduced Gravity Environment of Space, ed. G. E. Rindone, pp. 81-85, Amsterdam: North Holland, 1982.
  • D. Turnbull, “Metastable Solid Phases,” McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology, pp. 310-312, New York : McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1982/83.
  • D. Turnbull, “Kinetics and Metastable Structure Formation in Rapid Solidification Processing,” Proceedings of Second Israel Materials Engineering Conference, Ben Gurion University , Beersheva, ed. A.Grill and S. I. Rokhlin, pp. 1-10 (1984).
  • G. Devaud and D. Turnbull, “Undercooling of molten silicon,” Applied Physics Letters, 46:844-845 (1985).
  • D. Turnbull, “Undercoolability and the exposure of metastable structures', William Hume-Rothery Award Lecture, TMS-AIME Symposium Proceedings, Undercooled Alloy Phases (Warrendale, PA: Metallurgical Society, 1986), pp. 3-22.
  • G. Devaud and D. Turnbull, “Undercooling of liquid germanium,” Materials Research Society Symposia Proceedings (Pittsburgh, PA: Materials Research Society, 1987), 57:89- 97.
  • G. Devaud and D. Turnbull, “Microstructures of undercooled germanium droplets,” Acta Metallurgica 35:765-769 (1987).
  • F. Spaepen and D. Turnbull, “ Crystal nucleation and growth in rapid solidification,” in Rapid Solidification Processing: Principles and Technologies IV (1987).
  • D. Turnbull, “Current thoughts on crystal nucleation and growth in viscous liquids,” delivered at the India-U.S. Binational Workshop on Glasses, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore , India , November 1988. Reviews of Solid State Science, 3:291-309 (1989).
  • P.V. Evans, Satish Vitta, R.G. Hamerton, A.L. Greer and D. Turnbull, “Solidification of germanium at high undercoolings: Morphological stability and the development of grain structure,” Acta Metallurgica et Materialia, 38:233-242 (1990).
  • Y. Shao, F. Spaepen and D. Turnbull, “An analysis of the formation of bulk amorphous silicon from the melt,” Proceedings of the Annual Meeting and Exhibition of TMS, to appear in Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A: 1825-1828 (1998).

Liquids, Glasses, and Other Amorphous Materials 
 

  • D. Turnbull, “The Subcooling of Liquid Metals,” Journal of .4ppiie. Physics, 20 (8): 817, August 1949.
  • D. Turnbull and M. H. Cohen, “Concerning Reconstructive Transformation and Formation of Glass,” Journal of Chemical Physics, 29 (5): 1049-1054, November 1958.
  • M. H. Cohen and D. Turnbull, “Molecular Transport in Liquids and Glasses,” Journal of Chemical Physics, 31 (5): 1164-1169, November 1959.
  • D. Turnbull and M. H. Cohen, ‘Crystallization Kinetics and Glass Formation,” Modern Aspects of the Vitreous State, ed. J. D. MacKenzie, pp. 38-62, London: Butterworth and Co. Publishers Ltd., 1960.
  • D. Turnbull and R. L. Cormia, “A Dynamic Hard Sphere Model,” Journal of Applied Physics, 31(4): 674-678, April 1960.
  • M. H. Cohen and D. Turnbull, “Composition Requirements for Glass Formation in Metallic and Ionic Systems,” Nature, 189 (4759): 131-132, January 1961.
  • D. Turnbull and M. H. Cohen, “Free-Volume Model of the Amorphous Phase: Glass Transition,” Journal of Chemical Physics, 34, (1): 120-125, January 1961.
  • D. Turnbull, “The Liquid State and the Liquid-Solid Transition,” The 1961 Institute of Metals Division Lecture, Transactions of the Metallurgical Society of AIME, 221: 422-439, June 1961.
  • D. Turnbull, “On the Relation Between Crystallization Rate and Liquid Structure,” Journal of Physical Chemistry, 66: 609-613, April 1962.
  • D. Turnbull, Definitions of Nucleation, Nucleation and Growth in Recrystallization,”“Nucleation Phenomena in Liquids,”“Precipitation in Alloys” and “Transformation, Diffusionless,” Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Physics,” Oxford : Pergamon Press, 1962.
  • R. L. Cormia, I. D. MacKenzie and D. Turnbull, “Viscous Flow and Melt Allotropy of Phosphorus Pentoxide,” Journal of Applied Physics, 34 (8): 2245-2248, August 1963.
  • M. H. Cohen and D. Turnbull, “Metastability of Amorphous Structures,” Nature, 203 (4948): 964-965, August 1964.
  • D. Turnbull, “Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Formation of the Glass State and Initial Devitrification,” Physics of Non-Crystalline Solids, Proceedings of the International Conference, Deift, 1964, ed. J. W. Prins, Amsterdam : North Holland Publishing, pp. 4 1-56.
  • D. Turnbull, “Free Volume Model of the Liquid State ,” Liquids: Structure, Properties, Solid Interactions, ed. T. J. Hughel, pp. 6-24, Amsterdam : Elsevier Publishing Company (1965).
  • D. Turnbull, “The Undercooling of Liquids,” Scientific American, 212 (1): 38-46, January 1965.
  • T. P. Seward III, D. R. Uhlmann, D. Turnbull and G. R. Pierce, “Transmission Electron Microscopy of Thin Glass Samples,” Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 50 (1): 25-29, January 1967.
  • R. J. Greet and D. Turnbull, “Glass Transition in o-Terphenyl,” Journal of Chemical Physics, 46 (4): 1243-125 1, February 1967.
  • H. S. Chen and D. Turnbull, “Thermal Evidence of a Glass Transition in Gold-Silicon-Germanium Alloy,” Applied Physics Letters, 10 (10): 284-286, May 1967.
  • H. S. Chen and D. Turnbull, “Thermal Properties of Gold-Silicon Binary Alloy Near the Eutectic Composition,” Journal of Applied Physics, 38 (9): 3646-3650, August 1967.
  • R. J. Greet and D. Turnbull, “Test of Adam-Gibbs Liquid Viscosity Model with o-Terphenyl Specific-Heat Data,” Journal of Chemical Physics, 47 (6): 2185-2190, September 1967.
  • B. G. Bagley, H. S. Chen and D. Turnbull, “Characterization of Amorphous Alloy Films,” Material Research Bulletin, 3: 159-168, 1968.
  • H. S. Chen and D. Turnbull, “The Specific Heat of Tin and Gallium in Their Stable and Undercooled Pure Liquid States,” Acta Metallurgica, 16: 369-373, March 1968.
  • T. P. Seward III, D. R. Uhlmann and D. Turnbull, “Phase Separation in the System BaO-Si02,” Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 51(5): 278-285, May 1968.
  • H. S. Chen and D. Turnbull, “Evidence of a Glass-Liquid Transition in a Gold-Germanium-Silicon Alloy,” Journal of Chemical Physics, 48 (6): 2560-257 1, March 1968.
  • B. G. Bagley and D. Turnbull, “Structure Study of an Amorphous Electrodeposited Nickel-Phosphorus Alloy,” Journal of Applied Physics, 39 (12): 568 1-5685, November 1968.
  • T. P. Seward, D. R. Uhlmann and D. Turnbull, “Development of Two-Phase Structure in Glasses, with Special Reference to the System BaO-Si02,” Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 51 (11): 634-643, November 1968.
  • H. S. Chen and D. Turnbull, “Formation, Stability and Structure of Palladium-Silicon Based Alloy Glasses,” Acta Metallurgica, 17: 1021-1031, August 1969.
  • D. Turnbull, “Under What Conditions Can a Glass be Formed?,” Contemporary Physics, 10 (5): 473-488, 1969.
  • H. S. Chen and D. Turnbull, “Specific Heat and Heat of Crystallization of Amorphous Germanium,” Journal of Applied Physics, 40 (10): 4214-4215, September 1969.
  • H. S. Chen and D. Turnbull, “Formation and Stability of Amorphous Alloys of Au-Ge-Si,” Acta Metallurgica, 18: 261-263, February 1970.
  • D. Turnbull and M. H. Cohen, “On the Free-Volume Model of the Liquid-Glass Transition,” Journal of Chemical Physics, 52 (6): 3038-3041, March 1970.
  • B. G. Bagley and D. Turnbull, “The Preparation and Crystallization Behavior of Amorphous Nickel-Phosphorus Thin Films,” Acta Metallurgica, 18: 857-862, August 1970.
  • J. P. deNeufville, C. H. Drummond III and D. Turnbull, “The Effect of Excess Ge on the Viscosity of Ge02,” Physics and Chemistry of Glasses, 11(6): 186-191, December 1970.
  • H. Ehrenreich and D. Turnbull, “Some Views on Amorphous Si and Ge,” Comments on Solid State Physics, Part A2, 3: 75-8 1, 1970.
  • J. P. deNeufville and D. Turnbull, “Phase Separation in GeO-Ge02 Glasses,” Discussions of the Faraday Society, No, 50, pp. 182-190, 1970.
  • C. H. Bennett, D. E. Polk, and D. Turnbull, “Role of Composition in Metallic Glass Formation,” Acta Metallurgica, 19: 1295-1298, December 1971.
  • D. Turnbull, “The Liquid State ,” Solidification, Metals Park . Ohio : American Society of Metals, pp. 1-22, 1971.
  • D. E. Polk and D. Turnbull, “Flow of Melt and Glass Forms of Metallic Alloys,” Acta Metallurgica, 20: 493-498, April 1972.
  • D. Turnbull and D. E. Polk, “Structure of Amorphous Semiconductors,” Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, 8-10: 19-35, 1972.
  • K. S. Kim and D. Turnbull, “Crystallization of Amorphous Selenium Films: I. Morphology and Kinetics,” Journal of Applied Physics, 44 (12): 5237-5244, December 1973.
  • D. Pan and D. Turnbull, “Magnetic Properties of Amorphous Co-P Alloys,” Journal of Applied Physics, 45 (3): 1406-1412, March 1974.
  • F. Spaepen and D. Turnbull, “A Mechanism for the Flow and Fracture of Metallic Glasses,” Scripta Metallurgica, 8 (5): 563-568, 1974.
  • D. Pan and D. Turnbull, “Magnetic Properties of Amorphous Ni-P Alloys,” American Institute of Physics Conference Proceedings No 18, Magnetism and Magnetic Materials — 1973, 19th Annual Conference, Boston , pp. 646-650, New York : American Institute of Physics, 1974.
  • D. Turnbull, “Amorphous Solid Formation and Interstitial Solution Behavior in Metallic Alloy Systems,” [Structures Metalliques Desordonnees ( Strasbourg , 1973)], Journal de Physique, 35: C4.1-4.10, 1974.
  • K. S. Kim and D. Turnbull, “Crystallization of Amorphous Selenium Films: II. Photo and Impurity Effects,” Journal of Applied Physics, 45 (8): 3447-3452, August 1974.
  • C. H. Drummond, III and D. Turnbull, “Phase Separation in Ge-Ge02 Glasses,” Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, 17: 19-26, 1975.
  • C. P. Chou and D. Turnbull, “Transformation Behavior of Pd-Au-Si Metallic Glasses,” Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, 17 (2): 169-188, March 1975.
  • D. Turnbull and B. G. Bagley, “Transitions in Viscous Liquids and Glasses,” Treatise on Solid State Chemistry, ed. N. B. Hannay, Vol. 5, pp. 513-554, New York : Plenum Press, 1975.
  • D. Turnbull, “Structure and Properties of Glassy Metals,” Journal of Electronic Materials, 4 (5): 771-781, 1975.
  • M. Marcus and D. Turnbull, “On the Correlation Between Glass- Forming Tendency and Liquidus Temperature in Metallic Alloys,” Material Science and Engineering, 23: 211-214, 1976. .
  • D. Turnbull, Relation of Crystallization Behavior to Structure in Amorphous Systems,” Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 279: 185, October 1976.
  • F. Spaepen and D. Turnbull, “Formation of Metallic Glasses,” Rapidly Quenched Metals, ed. N. J. Grant and B. C. Giessen, Second International Conference, pp. 205-229, Cambridge , MA : M.I.T. press, 1976.
  • D. Turnbull, Formation and Transformation Behavior of Amorphous Solids,' Physics of Structurally Disordered Solids, ed. S. S. Mitra, Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute on the Physics of Structurally Disordered Solids, 1974, pp. 1-5, New York: Plenum Press, 1976.
  • G. Gross, R. B. Stephens and D. Turnbull, “On the Crystallization of Amorphous Selenium Films: Thermal Effects and Photoeffects,” Journal of Applied Physics, 48 (3): 1139-1148, March 1977.
  • D. Turnbull, ‘On the Gram-Atomic Volumes of Metal-Metalloid Glass Forming Alloys,” Scripta Metallurgica, 11: 1131-1136, 1977.
  • F. Spaepen and D. Turnbull, “Atomic Transport and Transformation Behavior,” Metallic Glasses, pp. 114-127, Metals Park , Ohio : American Society of Metals, 1978.
  • P. Chaudhari and D. Turnbull, ‘Structure and Properties of Metallic Glasses,” Science, 199: 11-21, January 1978.
  • C. H. Lin, J. Bevk and D. Turnbull, Effect of Structural Relaxation on the Electrical Resistivity of Pd2_XVXSi1S Amorphous Alloys,” Solid State Communications, 29: 641-644, 1979.
  • M. P. Rosenblum and D. Turnbull, “Bias Sputter Depositon of Pd-Au- Si and Pd-Si: Composition and Thermal Behavior,” Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, 37: 45-5 1, 1980.
  • P. Chaudhari, B. C. Giessen and D. Turnbull, “Metallic Glasses,” Scientific American, 242 (4): 98-1 17, April 1980.
  • M. P. Rosenblum, F. Spaepen and D. Turnbull, “Diffusion and Structural Relaxation in Compositionally Modulated Amorphous Metal Films,” Applied Physics Letters, 37 (2): 184-186, July 1980.
  • A. J. Drehman and D. Turnbull, “Solidification Behavior of Under- cooled Pd83Si17 and Pd82Si18 Liquid Droplets,” Scripta Metallurgica, 15 (5): 543-548, 1981.
  • D. Turnbull, “Metastable Structures in Metallurgy,” The 1980 Campbell Memorial Lecture, The American Society for Metals, Metallurgical Transactions A, 12A: 695-708, May 1981.
  • D. Turnbull, ‘On the Atomic Volume of Metal-Metalloid Crystalline Alloys”, Scripta Metallurgica, 15: 1039-1042, 1981.
  • D. Turnbull, “On the Melting of Amorphous Ge and Si,” Metastable Materials Formation by Ion Implantation, Materials Research Society' Symposia Proceedings, Vol 7, ed. S. T. Picraux and W. J. Choyke, pp. 103-108, Elsevier Publishing Co., Inc., 1982.
  • A. J. Drehman and D. Turnbull, “Crystal Nucleation in Pd-Si Alloys,” Materials Processing in the Reduced Gravity Environment of Space, ed. G. E. Rindone, pp. 8 1-85, Amsterdam: North Holland, 1982.
  • A. J. Drehman, A. L. Greer and D. Turnbull, “Bulk Formation of a Metallic Glass: Pd40Ni40P20,' Applied Physics Letters, 41 (8): 7 16-717, October 1982.
  • D. Turnbull, “Thermodynamics of Equilibrium and Non-Equilibrium Crystallization of Ge and Si,” Journal de Physique, Supplement to No. 10, 43, C1.259-C1.269, October 1982.
  • D. Turnbull, “Metastable Solid Phases,” McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology, pp. 310-312, New York : McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1982/83.
  • E. P. Donovan, F. Spaepen, D. Turnbull, J. M. Poate and D. C. Jacobson, “Heat of Crystallization and Melting Point of Amorphous Silicon,” Applied Physics Letters, 42 (8): 698-700, April 1983.
  • D. Turnbull, “Survey of the Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Crystallization of Si and Ge,” Laser-Solid Interactions and Transient Thermal Processing of Materials, Materials Research Society Symposia Proceedings, Vol. 13, ed. by I. Narayan, W. L. Brown, and R. A. Lemons, New York: Elsevier Science Publishing Co., Inc., 1983, pp. 131-134.
  • C. J. Lin, F. Spaepen and D. Turnbull, “Picosecond Pulsed LaserInduced Melting and Glass Formation in Metals,” Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, 61/62: 767-772, 1984.
  • F. P. Donovan, F. Spaepen, D. Turnbull, J. M. Poate, and D. C. Jacobson, “Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Crystallization of Amorphous Si and Ge Produced by Ion Implantation,” Materials Research Society Symposia Proceedings, Vol. 27, ed. G. K. Hubler, O. W. Holland, C. R. Clayton, and C. W. White, pp. 211-216, North-Holland Publishing Company, 1984.
  • F. Spaepen and D. Turnbull, “Metallic Glasses,” Annual Review of Physical Chemistry, 35: 241-63, 1984.
  • D. Turnbull, “Kinetics and Metastable Structure Formation in Rapid Solidification Processing,” Proceedings of Second Israel Materials Engineering Conference, Ben Gurion University , Beersheva, ed. A. Grill and S. I. Rokhlin, pp. 1-10 (1984).
  • H. W. Kui, A. L. Greer and D. Turnbull, “Formation of Bulk Metallic Glass by Fluxing,” Applied Physics Letters, 45 (6): 615-616, September 1984.
  • E. P. Donovan, F. Spaepen, D. Turnbull, J. M. Poate and D. C. Jacobson, “Calorimetric Studies of Crystallization and Relaxation of Amorphous Si and Ge Prepared by Ion Implantation,” Journal of Applied Physics, 57 (6): 1795-1804, 15 March 1985.
  • G. Devaud and D. Turnbull, “Undercooling of Molten Silicon,” Applied Physics Letters, 46 (9): 844-845, 1 May 1985.
  • D. Turnbull, “Dependence of Crystallization Rate on Amorphous Structure,” Proceedings of the International Conference on the Theory of the Structures of Non-Crystalline Solids, Institute for Amorphous Studies, Bloomfield Hills , Michigan , June 3-6, 1985, North-Holland Publishing Co.
  • D. Turnbull, A Commentary on the Recognition and Characterization of the Metallic Glass State ,” Proceedings, EPRI-Acta Met. Workshop on Amorphous Metals and Semiconductors, Coronado , California , May 13-17, 1985.
  • H. W. Kui and D. Turnbull, “The Melting of Ni40Pd40P20 Glass,” Applied Physics Letters, 47 (8): 796-797, 15 October 1985.
  • E.P. Donovan, F. Spaepen, D. Tumbull, J.M. Poate and D.C. Jacobson, “Calorimetric studies of crystallization and relaxation of amorphous Si and Ge prepared by ion implantation,” Journal of Applied Physics 57:1795-1804 (1985).
  • E. Nygren, M.J. Aziz, D. Turnbull, J.M. Poate, D.C. Jacobson and R. Hull, “The effect of pressure on the solid phase epitaxial regrowth rate of Si,” Applied Physics Letters 47:232-233 (1985).
  • D. Turnbull, “Dependence of crystallization rate on amorphous structure,” Journal of Non- Crystalline Solids 75:197-207 (1985); Proceedings, Institute for Amorphous Studies, International Conference on the Theory of the Structures of Non-Crystalline Solids ( Amsterdam : North-Holland).
  • D. Turnbull, “A commentary on the recognition and characterization of the metallic glass state,” Acta-Scripta Metallurgica Proceedings Series, EPRI-Acta Met Workshop on Amorphous Metals and Semiconductors 3:9-22 (1986).
  • H.W. Kui and D. Turnbull, “The melting of Ni40Pd40P20 glass,” Applied Physics Letters 47:796-797 (1985).
  • E.F. Lambson, W.A. Lambson, J.E. Macdonald, M.R.J. Gibbs, G.A. Saunders, and D. Turnbull, “Elastic behavior and vibrational anharmonicity of a bulk PdNi40P20 metallic glass,” Physical Review B 33:2380-2385 (1986).
  • D. Turnbull, “Undercoolability and the exposure of metastable structures', William Hume-Rothery Award Lecture, TMS-AIME Symposium Proceedings, Undercooled Alloy Phases (Warrendale, Pa.: Metallurgical Society, 1986), pp. 3-22.
  • D. Turnbull, “Transitions between condensed phases in Si and Ge,” Materials Research Society Symposia Proceedings (Pittsburgh, Pa.: Materials Research Society, 1986), 51:71 - 81.
  • D. Turnbull, “The formation and nature of the amorphous solid state”, Japan Prize Lecture, April 1986.
  • H.W. Kui and D. Turnbull, “Heat capacity of Ni40Pd40P20 in its molten, glass, and crystallized states,” Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, 94:62-69 (1987).
  • D. Turnbull and R. Hasegawa, “Formation and uses of metastable alloys,” Proceedings CHEMRAWN VI Conference, Tokyo (1987) paper no. E16, pp. 1-9.
  • F. Spaepen and D. Turnbull, “ Crystal nucleation and growth in rapid solidification,” in Rapid Solidification Processing: Principles and Technologies IV (1987).
  • D. Turnbull, “Modes of formation of amorphous solids: An overview,” (Second International Conference on The Effects of Modes of Formation on the Structure of Glass), Diffusion and Defect Data, 53-54:9-20 (1987).
  • D. Turnbull, “Phase stability of glasses,” (R.P.I. Conference), Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids 102:117-124(1988).
  • R.B. Schwarz, P. Nash and D. Turnbull, “Use of thermodynamic models in the prediction of the glass-forming range of binary alloys”, Journal of Materials Research 2:456-460 (1987).
  • G.Q. Lu, E. Nygren, M.J. Aziz, D. Turnbull and C.W. White, “Time-resolved reflectivity measurement of the pressure-enhanced crystallization rate of amorphous Si in a diamond anvil cell”, Materials Research Society Symposia Proceedings (Pittsburgh, PA: Materials Research Society, 1988), 100:435-440.
  • G.Q. Lu, E. Nygren , M.J. Aziz, D.Turnbull and C.W. White, “Interferometric measurement of the pressure-enhanced crystallization rate of amorphous Si,” Applied Physics Letters, 54:2583 (1989).
  • D. Turnbull, “The gram-atomic volumes of alloys of transition metals with Al and Si,” Acta Metallurgica et Materialia, 38:243-249 (1990).
  • F. Habbal, G.B. Clemente and D. Turnbull, “Superconducting properties of V3Ga prepared by rapid liquid queching and solid-state precipitation,” Applied Physics Letters, 55:179-181, (1989).
  • G.Q. Lu, E. Nygren, M.J. Aziz, D. Turnbull and C.W. White, “Pressure-enhanced solid phase epitaxy of germanium,” Applied Physics Letters 56:137 (1990).
  • D. Turnbull, J.S.C. Jang, and C.C. Koch, “Model for melting enthalpy of Sn in Ge-Sn composites,” Journal of Materials Research 5:1731 (1990).
  • G. Devaud, C. Hayzelden, M.J. Aziz and D.Turnbull, “Growth of quartz from amorphous silica at ambient pressure,” Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids 134:129-132 (1991).
  • F. Spaepen and D. Turnbull, “The activation volume of the diffusivity in amorphous metals,” Scripta Metallurgica 25:1563-1565 (1991).
  • N. Isono , P.M. Smith, D. Turnbull, and M.J. Aziz, “Anomalous Diffusion of Fe in Liquid A,” Metallurgical & Materials Transactions A 27:725-730 (1996).
  • Y. Shao, F. Spaepen and D. Turnbull, “An analysis of the formation of bulk amorphous silicon from the melt,” Proceedings of the Annual Meeting and Exhibition of TMS, to appear in Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A: 1825-1828 (1998).

Diffusion
 

  • J. C. Fisher, J. H. Hollomon and D. Turnbull, “Absolute Reaction Rate Theory for Diffusion in Metals,” Metals Technology, Technical Publication 2344, February 1948.
  • R. E. Hoffman and D. Turnbull, “Lattice and Grain Boundary Self- Diffusion in Silver,” Journal of Applied Physics, 22 (5): 634-639, May 1951.
  • D. Turnbull, “Grain Boundary and Surface Diffusion,” Atomic Movements, American Society of Metals Special Volume, pp. 129-152, 1951.
  • R. E. Hoffman and D. Turnbull, “Effect of Impurities on the Self- Diffusion of Silver,” Journal of Applied Physics, 23 (12): 1409, December 1952.
  • D. Turnbull and R. E. Hoffman, “The Effect of Relative Crystal and Boundary Orientations on Grain Boundary Diffusion Rates,” Acta Metallurgica, 2: 4 19-426, May 1954.
  • D. Turnbull, “Diffusion Short Circuits and Their Role in Precipitation,” Defects in Crystalline Solids, Report of Physical Society Bristol Conference, pp. 203-211, 1954.
  • D. Turnbull, “Role of Structural Impurities in Phase Transformations,” Impurities and Imperfections, American Society of Metals, pp. 121-144, 1955.
  • R. E. Hoffman, D. Turnbull and E. W. Hart, “Self-Diffusion in Dilute Binary Solid Solutions,” Acta Metallurgica, 3 (5): 417-424, September 1955.
  • F. C. Frank and D. Turnbull, “Mechanism of Diffusion of Copper in Germaium,” Physical Review, 104 (3): 617-618, November 1956.
  • E. W. Hart, R. E. Hoffman and D. Turnbull, “Self-Diffusion in Dilute Binary Solid Solutions — II,” Acta Metallurgica, 5: 74-76, February 1957.
  • D. Turnbull and R. E. Hoffman, “A Correlation of Data on Diffusion of Solutes in Face-Centered Cubic Metals,” Acta Metallurgica, 7: 407-4 10, June 1959.
  • W. DeSorbo and D. Turnbull, “Quenching of Imperfections in Aluminum,” Acta Metallurgica, 7: 83-85, February 1959.
  • W. DeSorbo and D. Turnbull, “Kinetics of Vacancy Motion in High- Purity Aluminum,” Physical Review, 115 (3): 560-563, August 1959.
  • T. R. Anthony and D. Turnbull, “On the Theory of Interstitial Solutions of the Noble Metals in Lead, Tin, Thallium, Indium, and Cadmium,” Applied Physical Letters, 8 (5): 120-121, March 1966.
  • B. F. Dyson, T. Anthony and D. Turnbull, “Interstitial Diffusion of Copper and Silver in Lead,” Journal of Applied Physics, 37 (6): 2370-2374, May 1966.
  • T. R. Anthony, B. F. Dynson and D. Turnbull, “Pressure Dependence of Interstitial-Substitutional Dissociative Diffusion,” Journal of Applied Physics, 37: 2925-2926, 1966.
  • D. Turnbull, “Interstitial Solutions of Noble Metals in Metals and Semiconductors,' Proceedings of the Memorial Lecture Meeting on the Tenth Anniversary of the Foundation of National Research Institute of Metals, ed. Editorial Committee of the Proceedings, 1966.
  • T. R. Anthony and D. Turnbull, “Interstitial Diffusion of Gold and Silver in Indium,” The Physical Review, 151 (2): 495-498, November 1966.
  • B. F. Dyson, T. R. Anthony and D. Turnbull, “Interstitial Diffusion of Copper in Tin,” Journal of Applied Physics, 38 (8): 3408, July 1967.
  • T. R. Anthony, B. F. Dyson and D. Turnbull, “Diffusion of Gold and Silver in Thallium,” Journal of Applied Physics, 39 (3): 1391- 1395, February 1968.
  • T. R. Anthony, J. W. Miller and D. Turnbull, “Interstitial Dissolution and Diffusion in Metallic Systems,” Scripta Metallurgica, 3: 183-190, 1969.
  • R. H. Baughman and D. Turnbull, “Vacancy Formation Parameters in Organic Crystals ,” Journal of Physical Chemistry Solids, 32: 1375-1394, 1971.
  • R. Baughman and D. Turnbull, “Self-Diffusion in Crystalline Hexamethylethane and Cyclooctane,” Journal of Physical Chemistry Solids, 33: 121-128, 1972.
  • C. W. Owens and D. Turnbull, “Diffusivity of Sodium in Lead,” Journal of Applied Physics, 43 (10): 3933-3936, October 1972.
  • D. Turnbull, Amorphous Solid Formation and Interstitial Solution Behavior in Metallic Alloy Systems,” [Structures Metalliques Desordonnees ( Strasbourg , 1973)], Journal de Physique, 35: C4.1-4.10, 1974.
  • W. Akutagawa, D. Turnbull, W. K. Chu and J. W. Mayer, “Channeling and Electrical 1nvestiga.ions of Au Doped CdTe,” Solid State Communcations, 15: 1919-1922, 1974.
  • W. K. Warburton and D. Turnbull, “Fast' Diffusion in Alloys,” Thin Solid Films, 25: 71-76, 1975.
  • W. Akutagawa, D. Turnbull, W. K. Chu and J. W. Mayer, “Solubility and lattice Location of Au in CdTe by Backscattering Techni- Cry ques,” Journal of Physical Chemistry Solids, 36: 521-528, 1975.
  • W. K. Warburton and D. Turnbull, “Fast Diffusion in Metals,” Diffusion in Solids: Recent Developments, ed. A. S. Nowick and J. J. Burton , pp. 171-229, New York : Academic press, 1975.
  • S. Bahk, M. F. Ashby, J. Bevk and D. Turnbull, “Effect of BeO Inclusions on the Rate of Sintering of Cu Wires,” Sintering and Catalysis, ed. G. C. Kuczynski, pp. 269-278, New York : Plenum Publishing Corp., 1976.
  • B. M. Cohen, D. Turnbull and W. K. Warburton, “Multiple PointDefect Formation in Pb(Au) Alloys: Observation by Solute Resistivity Measurements,” Physical Review B, 16 (6): 2491-2503, September 1977.
  • B. M. Cohen and D. Turnbull, “Kinetics of Precipitation of Ag from Pb(Ag) Alloys,” Ada Metallurgica, 26: 113-116, 1978.
  • F. Spaepen and D. Turnbull, “Atomic Transport and Transformation Behavior,” Metallic Glasses, pp. 114-127, Metals Park , Ohio :American Society of Metals, 1978.
  • C. K. Hu, S. Berko , G. R. Gruzaiski and D. Turnbull, “Evidence for Microporosity and Dislocations in Pb(Cd) Alloys from Positron Annihilation Studies,” Solid State Communications, 31: 65-68, 1979.
  • A. R. Yavari and D. Turnbull, “Dependence of Yield Strength of Pb Single Crystals at 77K on Au Concentration,” Scripta Metallurgica, 14: 83-87, 1980.
  • A. R. Yavari and D. Turnbull, “Effect of Ag Content on the Yield Strength of Pb(Ag) Alloys at 77K,” Scripta Metallurgica, 14: 349-355, 1980.
  • M. P. Rosenbium, F. Spaepen and D. Turnbull, “Diffusion and Structural Relaxation in Compositionally Modulated Amorphous Metal Films,” Applied Physics Letters, 37 (2): 184-186, July 1980.
  • M. F. Ashby, S. Bahk , J. Bevk and D. Turnbull, “The Influence of a Dispersion of Particles on the Sintering of Metal Powders and Wires,” Progress in Materials Science, 25 1-34, 1980
  • A R Yavari and D Turnbull, “Effect of Compositon and Thermal Treatment on the Yield Stress and Resisitivity of Pb(Au) Alloys,” Acta Metallurgica, 30: 1171-1 176, 1982.
  • D. B. Butrymowicz, D. E. Newbury, D. Turnbull and J. W. Cahn,“Diffusion-Induced Grain Boundary Migration in the Au-Ag System,” Scripta Metallurgica, 18: 1005-1010, 1984.
  • E. Nygren, M. J. Aziz, D. Turnbull, J. M. Poate, D. C. Jacobson and R. Hull, “Pressure Dependence of Arsenic Diffusivity in Silicon,” Applied Physics Letters, 47 (2): 105-107, 15 July 1985.
  • M. J. Aziz, E. Nygren , W. H. Christie, C. W. White and D. Turnbull, “Effect of Pressure on Self Diffusion in Crystalline Silicon,” Materials Research Symposium Proceedings, 36: 101-104, 1985.
  • A.N. Campbell and D. Turnbull, “On the diffusivity of Au in Pb,” Materials Research Society Symposia Proceedings (Pittsburgh, PA.: Materials Research Society, 1987), 57:369- 383.
  • A.N. Campbell, S.S. Tsao and D. Turnbull, “Effect of Au and Ag additions on the power-law creep strength of Pb”, Acta Metallurgica 35:2453-24.64 (1987).
  • A.N. Campbell and D. Turnbull, “Kinetics and morphology of the precipitation of Pb3Au from dilute Pb(Au) solid solutions,” Acta Metallurgica et Materialia, 38:269-28 1 (1990).
  • F. Spaepen and D. Turnbull, “The activation volume of the diffusivity in amorphous metals,” Scripta Metallurgica 25:1563-1565 (1991).
  • N. Isono , P.M. Smith, D. Turnbull, and M.J. Aziz, “Anomalous Diffusion of Fe in Liquid A,” Metallurgical & Materials Transactions A 27:725-730 (1996).

Crystal Growth, Solid State Reactions, Recrystallization
 

  • A. M. Turkalo and D. Turnbull, “Some Observations on the Rate of Secondary Recrystallization in High Purity Copper,” Journal of Metals, Transactions Section, 185: 663-664, September 1949.
  • J. C. Fisher, J. H. Hollomon and D. Turnbull, “Kinetics of the Austenite-Martensite Transformation,” Journal of Metals, Transactions Section, 185: 691-700, October 1949
  • D. Turnbull, “Principles of Solidification,” Thermodynamics in Physical Metallurgy, Cleveland American Society for Metals, pp 282-306, February 1950.
  • D. Turnbull, “Theory of Grain Boundary Migration Rates,” Journal of Metals, III (8): 1-7, and Transactions AIME, 191: 1-7, August 1951.
  • J. E. Burke and D. Turnbull, “Recrystallization and Grain Growth,” Progress in Metal Physics, ed. B. Chalmers, pp. 220-292, London: Pergamon Press, 1952.
  • J. C. Fisher and D. Turnbull, “Influence of Stress on Martensite Nucleation,” Acta Metallurgica, 1: 310-314, May 1953.
  • J. C. Fisher and D. Turnbull, “Calculation of Martensite Nucleus Energy Using the Reaction-Path Model,” Journal of Metals, 5: 1-2, July 1953.
  • D. Turnbull, “The Kinetics of Precipitation of Barium Sulfate from Aqueous Solution,” Ada Metallurgica, 1: 684-591, November 1953.
  • R. E. Cech and D. Turnbull, “Magnetic Transformation of Iron in Copper Matrix at Low Temperatures,' Journal of Metals, Transactions AIME, pp. 45-46, January 1954.
  • D. Turnbull and H. N. Treaftis, “Kinetics of Precipitation of Tin from Lead-Tin Solid Solutions,” Acta Metallurgica, 3 (1): 43-54, January 1955.
  • D. Turnbull, “Theory of Cellular Precipitation,” Acta Metallurgica, 3 (1): 55-63, January 1955.
  • J. B. Newkirk and D. Turnbull, “Nucleation of Ammonium Iodide Crystals from Aqueous Solutions,” Journal of Applied Physics, 26 (5): 579-583, May 1955.
  • R. E. Cech and D. Turnbull, “Heterogeneous Nucleation of the Martensite Transformation,” Journal of Metals, pp. 1-9, February 1956.
  • W. B. Hillig and D. Turnbull, “Theory of Crystal Growth in Under- cooled Pure Liquids,” Journal of Chemical Physics, 24 (4): 914, April 1956.
  • W. DeSorbo and D. Turnbull, “Kinetics of Precipitation in Small Lead- Tin Spheres,” Acta Metallurgica, 4: 495-509, September 1956.
  • D. Turnbull, “Phase Changes,” Solid State Physics, III: 225-306, 1956.
  • D. Turnbull, “Possible Role of Inclusions in the Formation of Crystal Reorientation Nuclei,” Acta Metallurgica, 5: 502-506, September 1957.
  • D. Turnbull and H. N. Treaftis, “On the Rate of Formation of Guinier-Preston Zones in Al-Ag Alloys,” Acta Metallurgica, 5 (9): 534- 536, 1957.
  • J. E. May and D. Turnbull, “Secondary Recrystallization in Silicon Iron,” Transactions of the Metallurgical Society of AIME, 212: 769-78 1, December 1958.
  • W. DeSorbo, H. N. Treaftis and D. Turnbull, “Rate of Clustering in Al-Cu Alloys at Low Temperatures,” Acta Metallurgica, 6: 401- 413, June 1958.
  • H. S. Rosenbaum and D. Turnbull, “On the Precipitation of Silicon Out of a Supersaturated Aluminum-Silicon Solid Solution,” Ada Metallurgica, 6: 653-659, October 1958.
  • D. Turnbull and H. N. Treaftis, “Micrographic Investigation of Precipitation in Pb-Sn Alloys,” Transactions of the Metallurgical Society of AIME, 212: 33-39, February 1958.
  • R. E. Cech and D. Turnbull, “Shock-induced Martensitic Transformation,” Transactions of the Metallurgical Society of AIME, 212: 395-397, June 1958.
  • D. Turnbull, “International Conferences on Crystal Growth' — A Review Article,” Physics Today, 12 (1): 16-20, January 1959.
  • J. E. May and D. Turnbull, “Effect of Impurities on the Temperature Dependence of the (110) [0011 Texture in Silicon-Iron,” Journal of Applied Physics Supplement, 30 (4): 210S-212S, April 1959.
  • H. S. Rosenbaum and D. Turnbull, “Metallographic Investigation of Precipitation of Silicon from Aluminum,” Acta Metallurgica, 7: 664-674, October 1959.
  • H. S. Rosenbaum, D. Turnbull and E. Alessandrini , “On the Orientation of Silicon Precipitating from an Al-Rich Solid Solution,” Acta Metallurgica, 7(10): 678-679, 1959.
  • G. Ehrlich and D. Turnbull, “Surface Structure and Chemical Interaction,” Physical Metallurgy of Stress Corrosion Fracture, ed. T. N. Rhodin, pp. 47-48, New York : Interscience Publishers, 1959.
  • D. Turnbull, H. S. Rosenbaum and H. N. Treaftis, “Kinetics of Clustering in Some Aluminum Alloys,” Acta Metallurgica, 8: 277-295, May 1960.
  • D. Turnbull and R. L. Cormia, “Kinetics of Later Stages of Clustering in Al-Cu Alloy,” Acta Metallurgica, 8: 747-750, November 1960.
  • N. G. Ainslie, V. A. Phillips and D. Turnbull, “Sulfur Segregation at Iron Grain Boundaries — II, Acta Metallurgica, 8: 528-538, August 1960.
  • N. G. Ainslie, J. E. MacKenzie and D. Turnbull, “Melting Kinetics of Quartz and Cristobalite, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 65: 1718-1724, October 1961.
  • N. G. Ainslie, C. R. Morelock and D. Turnbull, “Devitrification Kinetics of Fused Silica,” Syrnposiam on Nucleation and Crystallization in Glasses and Melts, ed. M. K. Reser, G. Smith and H. Insley, American Ceramic Society, pp. 97-107, 1962.
  • D. Turnbull, Definitions of “Nucleation,”“Nucleation and Growth in Recrystallization,”“Nucleation Phenomena in Liquids,” “Precipitation in Alloys” and “Transformation, Diffusionless,' Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Physics, Oxford : Pergamon Press, 1962.
  • R. L. Cormia, J. D. MacKenzie and D. Turnbull, “Kinetics of Melting and Crystallization of Phosphorus Pentoxide,” Journal of Applied Physics, 34 (8): 2239-2244, August 1963.
  • I. S. Servi and D. Turnbull, “Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Precipitation in the Copper-Cobalt System,” Acta Metallurgica, 14: 161-169, February 1966.
  • D. R. Uhlmann, J. F. Hays and D. Turnbull, “The Effect of High Pressure on Crystallization Kinetics with Special Reference to Fused Silica,” Physics and Chemistry of Glasses, 7 (5): 159-168, October 1966.
  • K. N. Tu and D. Turnbull, “Morphology of Cellular Precipitation of Tin from Lead-Tin Bicrystals,” Acta Metallurgica, 15: 369-376, February 1967.
  • D. R. Uhlmann, J. F. Hays and D. Turnbull, “The Effect of High Pressure on B203: Crystallizaton, Densification and the Crystallization Anomaly,” Physics and Chemistry of Glasses, 8 (1): 1-10, February 1967.
  • K. N. Tu and D. Turnbull, “Morphology of Cellular Precipitation of Tin from Lead-Tin Bicrystals — II,” Acta Metallurgica, 15: 1317- 1323, August 1967.
  • K. N. Tu and D. Turnbull, “Analysis of Kinetics of Boundary Diffusion Limited Cellular Precipitation,” Scripta Metallurgica, 1 (3): 173- 180, 1967.
  • K. N. Tu and D. Turnbull, “Nucleation in Solids: (A) Brief Survey; (B) Cellular Precipitation,” Mechanism of Phase Transformations in Crystalline Solids, pp. 32-36, Institute of Metals Monograph, 33, London , 1969.
  • K. N. Tu and D. Turnbull, “Morphology of Structure of Tin Lamellae Formed by Cellular Precipitation,” Acta Metallurgica, 17: 1263- 1279, October 1969.
  • K. N. Tu and D. Turnbull, “Direct Observation of Twinning in Tin Lamellae,” Acta Metallurgica, 18: 915-929, August 1970.
  • D. Turnbull and K. N. Tu, “The Cellular and Pearlitic Reactions,” Phase Transformations, pp.487-495, Metals Park , Ohio : American Society for Metals, 1970.
  • K. N. Tu and D. Turnbull, “Morphology and Kinetics of the Cellular Dissolution of the Pb-Sn Alloy,” Metallurgical Transactions, 2: 2509-2515, September 1971.
  • A. N. Rossolimo and D. Turnbull, “Kinetics and Morphology of Precipitation of AuPb3 from Pb(Au) Solid Solution,” Acta Metallurgica, 21: 21-34, January 1973.
  • K. S. Kim and D. Turnbull, “Crystallization of Amorphous Selenium Films: I. Morphology and Kinetics,” Journal of Applied Physics, 44 (12): 5237-5244, December 1973.
  • K. S. Kim and D. Turnbull, “Crystallization of Amorphous Selenium Films: II. Photo and Impurity Effects,” Journal of Applied Physics, 45 (8): 3447-3452, August 1974.
  • G. Gross, R. B. Stephens and D. Turnbull, “On the Crystallization of Amorphous Selenium Films: Thermal Effects and Photoeffects,” Journal of Applied Physics, 48 (3): 1139-1148, March 1977.
  • K. Lo, J. Bevk and D. Turnbull, “Critical Currents in Liquid-Quenched Nb3A1,” Journal of Applied Physics, 48 (6): 2597-2600, June 1977.
  • F. Spaepen and D. Turnbull, “Kinetics of Motion of Crystal-Melt Interfaces,” Laser Solid Interactions and Laser Processing, American Institute of Physics Conference Proceedings #50, 1978, eds. S. D. Ferris, H. J. Leamy, J. M. Poate, p. 73, New York : American Institute of Physics , 1979.
  • V. J. Fratello, J. F. Hays and D. Turnbull, “Crystallization Kinetics of SiO at High Pressures,” High Pressure Science and Technology, Vol. 1, ed. K. D. Timmerhaus and M. S. Barber, pp. 977-980 New York : Plenum Publishing Corp., 1979.
  • V. J. Fratello, J. F. Hays and D. Turnbull, “Dependence of Growth Rate of Quartz in Fused Silica on pressure and Impurity Content.” Journal of Applied Physics, 51 (9): 47 18-4728, September 1980.
  • V. J. Fratello, J. F. Hays, F. Spaepen and D. Turnbull, “The Mechanism of Growth of Quartz Crystals Into Fused Silica,” Journal of Applied Physics, 51(12): 6160-6164, December 1980.
  • D. Turnbull, “Comments on ‘The Mechanisms of Laser Annealing',” Proceedings of Europhysics Study Conference on Laser Annealing in Solids, Mons, Belgium, 1979, Journal de Physique, 41: C4.109- C4.110, May 1980.
  • D. Turnbull, “Citation Classic,” Engineering, Technology and Applied Sciences, 12 (36): 28, September 1981. [On “Theory of Cellular Precipitation,” Acta Metallurgica, 3: 55-63, January 1955.
  • D. Turnbull, “Metastable Structures in Metallurgy,” The 1980 Campbell Memorial Lecture, The American Society for Metals, Metallurgical Transactions A, 12A: 695-708, May 1981.
  • F. Spaepen and D. Turnbull, “Crystallization Processes,” Laser Annealing of Semiconductors, ed. J. M. Poate and J. W. Mayer, pp. 15-42, New York: Academic Press, 1982.
  • D. Turnbull, “On the Melting of Amorphous Ge and Si,” Metastable Materials Formation by Ion Implantation, Materials Research Society Symposia Proceedings, Vol 7, ed. S. T. Picraux and W. J. Choyke, pp. 103-108, Elsevier Publishing Co., Inc., 1982.
  • S. R. Corielle and D. Turnbull, “Relative Roles of Heat Transport and Interface Rearrangement Rates in the Rapid Growth of Crystals in Undercooled Metals,” Acta Metallurgica, 30: 2135-2139, 1982.
  • D. Turnbull, “Thermodynamics of Equilibrium and Non-Equilibrium Crystallization of Ge and Si,” Journal de Physique, Supplement to No. 10, 43, C1.259-C1.269, October 1982.
  • D. Turnbull, “Metastable Solid Phases,” McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology, pp. 310-312, New York : McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1982/83.
  • D. Turnbull, “Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Laser-Induced Structure Changes,” Physical Processes in Laser-Materials Interactions, ed. M. Bertolotti, NATO Advanced Study Institute, pp. 117-142, New York : Plenum Publishing Corp., 1983.
  • E. P. Donovan, F. Spaepen, D. Turnbull, J. M. Poate and D. C. Jacobson, “Heat of Crystallization and Melting Point of Amorphous Silicon,” Applied Physics Letters, 42 (8): 698-700, April 1983.
  • D. Turnbull, “Survey of the Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Crystallization of Si and Ge,” Laser-Solid Interactions and Transient Thertnal Processing of Materials, Materials Research Society Symposia Proceedings, Vol. 13, ed. by J. Narayan, W. L. Brown, and R. A. Lemons, New York : Elsevier Science Publishing Co., Inc., 1983, pp. 131-134.
  • C. J. Lin, F. Spaepen and D. Turnbull, Picosecond Pulsed Laser Induced Melting and Glass Formation in Metals, Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, 61/62: 767-772, 1984.
  • E. P. Donovan, F. Spaepen, D. Turnbull, J. M. Poate, and D. C. Jacobson, Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Crystallization of Amorphous Si and Ge Produced by Ion Implantation,” Materials Research Society Symposia Proceedings, Vol. 27, ed. G. K. Hubler, O. W. Holland, C. R. Clayton, and C. W. White, pp. 211-216, North-Holland Publishing Company, 1984.
  • D. Turnbull, ‘Kinetics and Metastable Structure Formation in Rapid Solidification Processing. Proceedings of Second Israel Materials Engineering Conference, Ben Gurion University , Beersheva, ed. A. Grill and S. 1. Rokhlin, pp. 1-10 (1984).
  • M. J. Aziz, F. Nygren, J. F. Hays and D. Turnbull, Crystal Growth Kinetics of Boron Oxide Under Pressure,' Journal of Applied Physics, 56 (6): 2233-2242, 15 March 1985.
  • E. P. Donovan, F. Spaepen, D. Turnbull, I. M. Poate and D. C. Jacobson, “Calorimetric Studies of Crystallization and Relaxation of Amorphous Si and Ge Prepared by Ion Implantation,” Journal of Applied Physics, 57 (6): 1795-1804, 15 March 1985.
  • F. Nygren, M. J. Aziz, D. Turnbull, J. M. Poate, D. C. Jacobson and R. Hull, “The Effect of Pressure on the Solid Phase Epitaxial Regrowth Rate of Si,” Applied Physics Letters, 47 (3): 232-233, 1 August 1985.
  • D. Turnbull, “Dependence of Crystallization Rate on Amorphous Structure,” Proceedings of the International Conference on the Theory of the Structures of Non-Crystalline Solids, Institute for Amorphous Studies, Bloomfield Hills , Michigan , June 3-6, 1985, North-Holland Publishing Co.
  • G. Clemente, F. Habbal, D. Turnbull, J. Bevk, “High-Magnetic Field Transport Properties of Liquid Quenched Nb3AI and Nb3Al(Si,Ge) Superconducting Compounds,” Applied Physics Letters, 47 (6): 640-642, 15 September 1985.
  • E.P. Donovan, F. Spaepen, D. Tumbull, J.M. Poate and D.C. Jacobson, “Calorimetric studies of crystallization and relaxation of amorphous Si and Ge prepared by ion implantation,” Journal of Applied Physics 57:1795-1804 (1985).
  • E. Nygren, M.J. Aziz, D. Turnbull, J.M. Poate, D.C. Jacobson and R. Hull, “The effect of pressure on the solid phase epitaxial regrowth rate of Si,” Applied Physics Letters 47:232-233 (1985).
  • D. Turnbull, “Dependence of crystallization rate on amorphous structure,” Journal of Non- Crystalline Solids 75:197-207 (1985); Proceedings, Institute for Amorphous Studies, International Conference on the Theory of the Structures of Non-Crystalline Solids ( Amsterdam : North-Holland).
  • F. Spaepen and D. Turnbull, “ Crystal nucleation and growth in rapid solidification,” in Rapid Solidification Processing: Principles and Technologies IV (1987).
  • G.Q. Lu, E. Nygren, M.J. Aziz, D. Turnbull and C.W. White, “Time-resolved reflectivity measurement of the pressure-enhanced crystallization rate of amorphous Si in a diamond anvil cell”, Materials Research Society Symposia Proceedings (Pittsburgh, PA: Materials Research Society, 1988), 100:435-440.
  • G. Devaud, M.J. Aziz and D. Turnbull, “High pressure crystallization kinetics of As2S3,” Journal of Non-C rystalline Solids, 109:121-128 (1989).
  • M.J. Aziz and D. Turnbull, “ Crystal growth: Growth processes,” in McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Sciences and Technology (1989).
  • G.Q. Lu, E. Nygren , M.J. Aziz, D.Turnbull and C.W. White, “Interferometric measurement of the pressure-enhanced crystallization rate of amorphous Si,” Applied Physics Letters, 54:2583 (1989).
  • D. Turnbull, “Current thoughts on crystal nucleation and growth in viscous liquids,” delivered at the India-U.S. Binational Workshop on Glasses, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore , India , November 1988. Reviews of Solid State Science, 3:291-309 (1989).
  • P.V. Evans, Satish Vitta, R.G. Hamerton, A.L. Greer and D. Turnbull, “Solidification of germanium at high undercoolings: Morphological stability and the development of grain structure,” Acta Metallurgica et Materialia, 38:233-242 (1990).
  • G.Q. Lu, E. Nygren, M.J. Aziz, D. Turnbull and C.W. White, “Pressure-enhanced solid phase epitaxy of germanium,” Applied Physics Letters 56:137 (1990).
  • G. Devaud, C. Hayzelden, M.J. Aziz and D.Turnbull, “Growth of quartz from amorphous silica at ambient pressure,” Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids 134:129-132 (1991).

Thermionic Emission

  • D. Turnbull and T. F. Phipps, “Evidence of a Periodic Deviation from the Schottky Line — II,” Physical Review, 56: 663-667, October 1939.

Thermodynamics of Gases
 

  • S. H. Maron and D. Turnbull, “Activity Coefficients of Gases: Calculation from the Beattie-Bridgeman Equation of State,” Industrial and Engineering Chemistry. 33 (1): 69-72, January 1941.
  • S. H. Maron and D. Turnbull, “Generalized Equation for Activity Coefficients of Gases,” Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 33 (2): 246-248, February 1941.
  • S. H. Maron and D. Turnbull, “Calculating Beattie-Bridgeman Constants from Critical Data,” Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 33 (3): 408-410, March 1941.
  • S. H. Maron and D. Turnbull, “Thermodynamic Properties of Nitrogen at High Pressures as Analytic Functions of Temperature and Pressure,” Journal of American Chemical Society, 64: 44-47, January 1942.
  • S. H. Maron and D. Turnbull, “Generalized Thermodynamic Properties of Gases at High Pressures,” Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 34 (5): 544-551, May 1942.
  • S. H. Maron and D. Turnbull, “Equation of State for Gases at High Pressures Involving Only Critical Constants,” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 6: 2195-2198, September 1942.

Physical-Organic Chemistry, Corrosion
 

  • D. Turnbull and S. H. Maron, “The Ionization Constants of Aci and Nitro Forms of Some Nitroparaffins,” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 65: 212-218, February 1943.
  • C. F. Prutton, D. R. Frey, D. Turnbull, and G. Dlouhy, “Corrosion of Metals by Organic Acids in Hydrocarbon Solvents,” Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 37 (1): 90-100, January 1945.
  • J. J. Lukes, C. F. Prutton and D. Turnbuil, “Equilibrium Between Solid Ferrous Chloride and Gaseous Hydrogen Sulfide at Intermediate Temperatures,” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 67: 697-700, May 1945.
  • C. F. Prutton, D. Turnbull and D. R. Frey, “Corrosion of Lead by Oxidizing Agents and Laurie Acid in Hydrocarbon Solvents,” Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 37: 917-924, October 1945.
  • C. F. Prutton, D. Turnbull and G. Dlouhy, “Reaction Rate of Hydrogen Chloride and Sulfide with Steel,” Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 37 (11): 1092-1097, November 1945.
  • C. F. Prutton, D. Turnbull and G. Dlouhy, “Mechanism of Action of Organic Chlorine and Suphur Compounds in Extreme-Pressure Lubrication,” Journal of the Insuilue of Petroleum, 32 (266): 90-118, February 1946.
  • H. Winn, J. R. Shelton, and D. Turnbull, “Role of Carbon in Oxidation of GR-S Vulcanizates,” Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 38: 1052-1056, October 1946
  • P. F. Hartman, H. G. Sellers and D. Turnbull, “Effect of Temperature and Solvent Upon the Fate of Carboxyl Groups in the Decomposition of Benzoyl Peroxide,” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 69: 2416-2419, October 1947.
  • D. Turnbull and D. R. Frey, “Rate of Corrosion of Lead by Hydrocarbon Solutions of Organic Acids,” Journal of Physical and Colloid Chemistry, 51(3): 681-704, May 1947.
  • C. F. Prutton and D. Turnbull, “Relation Between Corrosion Rates of Copper-Lead Bearing Alloys and Pure Lead in Solutions of Organic Acids in Hydrocarbons,” Journal of Corrosion, 3: 13, 1947.
  • S. H. Maron, D. Turnbull and M. E. Elder, “The Electrophoretic Mobility of Type II GR-S Latex,” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 70: 582-587, February 1948.

General Papers on Materials Science
 

  • R. L. Fuliman and D. Turnbull, “Physical Metallurgists” or “Review of Physical Metallurgy,” Journal of Metals, 1, March 1949.
  • D. Turnbull, J. S. Kirkaldy, J. E. Hilliard, and H. I. Aaronson, “On the Teaching of a Graduate Course in Phase Transformations,” Journal of Metals, pp. 24-29, September 1975.
  • D. Turnbull, “Some Thoughts on Directions in Materials Science,” Laser and Electron Beam Processing of Materials, ed. C. W. White and P. S. Peercy, von Hipple Award Lecture, Materials Research Society Symposium, Cambridge , MA , 1979, pp. 1-5, New York : Academic Press, 1980.
  • D. Turnbull, “Book Review,” ISIS , 73: 120, 1982. [The Beginnings of Solid State Physics — A Symposium Organized by Sir N. Mott.]
  • D. Turnbull, “A Commentary on the Emergence and Evolution of ‘Materials Science',” Annual Review of Materials Science, 13: 1-7, 1983.