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Publications

26. H. Fan, M. Heiranian, and M. Elimelech, “The solution-diffusion model for water transport in reverse osmosis: What went wrong?”, Desalination, Vol. 580, Art. No. 117575, 2024. Link

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25. M. Heiranian, H. Fan, L. Wang, X. Lu, and M. Elimelech, “Mechanisms and models for water transport in reverse osmosis membranes: history, critical assessment, and recent developments”, Chemical Society Reviews, Vol. 52 , No. 24 , pp. 8449–8722 , 2023. Link

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24. L. Wang, J. He, M. Heiranian, H. Fan, L. Song, Y. Li, and M. Elimelech, “Water transport in reverse osmosis membranes is governed by pore flow, not a solution-diffusion mechanism”, Science Advances, Vol. 9, No. 15, Art. No. eadf848, 2023. Link

23. M. Heiranian and N. R. Aluru, “Modified Lucas-Washburn theory for fluid filling in nanotubes”, Physical Review EVol. 105, No. 5, Art. No. 055105, 2022. Link

22. M. Heiranian, R. M. DuChanois, C. L. Ritt, C. Violet, M. Elimelech, “Molecular simulations to elucidate transport phenomena in polymeric membranes”, Environmental Science & Technology,  Vol. 56, No. 6, pp. 3313-3323, 2022. Link

21. R. M.DuChanois, M. Heiranian, J. Yang, C. Porter, X. Zhang, M. Elimelech, “Designing polymeric membranes with coordination chemistry for high-precision ion separations”,  Science Advances, Vol. 8, No. 9, Art. No. eabm9436, 2022. Link

20. X. Zhou, M. Heiranian, M. Yang, R. Epsztein, K. Gong, C. E. White, S. Hu, J. Kim, M. Elimelech, “Selective fuoride transport in sub-nanometer TiO2  pores”, ACS Nano, Vol. 15 , No. 10 , pp. 16828-16838, 2021. Link

19. L. Song, M. Heiranian, and M. Elimelech, “True driving force and characteristics of water transport in osmotic membranes”, Desalination, Vol. 520, Art. No. 115360, 2021. Link

18. M. T. Hwang, I. Park, M. Heiranian, A. Taqieddin, S. You, V. Faramarzi, A. A. Pak, A. M. van der Zande, N. R. Aluru, R. Bashir, “Ultrasensitive detection of dopamine, IL-6 and SARS-CoV-2 proteins on crumpled graphene FET biosensor”, Advanced Materials Technologies, Vol. 6, No. 11, Art. No. 2100712, 2021. Link

17. M. Heiranian, Y. Noh, and N. R. Aluru, “Dynamic and weak electric double layers in ultrathin nanopores”, Journal of Chemical Physics, Vol. 154, No. 13, Art. No. 134703, 2021. Link

16. M. Heiranian, A. Taqieddin and N. R. Aluru, “Revisiting Sampson’s theory for hydrodynamic transport in ultrathin nanopores”, Physical Review Research, Vol. 2, No. 4, Art. No. 043153, 2020. Link

15. A. Taqieddin, M. Heiranian and N. R. Aluru, “Interfacial properties of water on hydrogenated and fuorinated graphene surfaces: parametrization of nonbonded interactions”, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, Vol. 124, No. 39, pp. 21467-21475, 2020. Link

14. M. Heiranian and N. R. Aluru, “Nanouidic transport theory with enhancement factors approaching one”, ACS Nano, Vol. 14, No. 1, pp. 272-281, 2020. Link

13. M. T. Hwang*, M. Heiranian*, Y. Kim*, S. You, J. Leem, A. Taqieddin, V. Faramarzi, Y. Jing, I. Park, A. M. van der Zande, S. Nam, N. R. Aluru, R. Bashir, “Ultrasensitive detection of nucleic acids using deformed graphene channel field effect biosensors”, Nature Communications, Vol. 11, Art. No. 1543, 2020. Link

12. P. Snapp*, M. Heiranian*, M. T. Hwang*, R. Bashir, N. R. Aluru, S. Nam, “Current understanding and emerging applications of 3D crumpling mediated 2D material-liquid interactions”, Current Opinion in Solid State Materials Science, Vol. 24, No. 3, Art. No. 100836, 2020. Link

11. S. S. Kwon, J. Choi, M. Heiranian, Y. Kim, W. J. Chang, P. M. Knapp, M. C. Wang, J. M. Kim, N. R. Aluru, W. Il Park, S. Nam, “Electrical double layer of supported atomically thin materials”, Nano Letters, Vol. 19, No. 7, pp. 4588-4593, 2019. Link

10. V. Nandigana, M. Heiranian, N. R. Aluru, “Single ion transport with a single-layer graphene nanopore”, International Journal of Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering, Vol. 13, No. 7, pp. 479-483, 2019. Link

9. A. Barati Farimani, M. Heiranian and N. R. Aluru, “Identification of amino acids with sensitive nanoporous MoS2: towards machine learning-based prediction”, npj 2D Materials and Applications, Vol. 2, Art. No.14, 2018. Link

8. Y. Zhang, M. Heiranian, B. Janicek, Z. Budrikis, S. Zapperi, P. Y. Huang, H. T. Johnson, N. R. Aluru, J. W. Lyding, and N. Mason, “Strain modulation of graphene by nanoscale substrate curvatures: a molecular view”, Nano Letters, Vol. 18, No. 3, pp. 2098-2104, 2018. Link

7. M. Heiranian, Y. Wu and N. R. Aluru, “Molybdenum disulfide and water interaction parameters”, Journal of Chemical Physics, Vol. 147, No. 10, Art. No. 104706, 2017. Link

6. A. Barati Farimani, M. Heiranian, K. Min and N. R. Aluru, “Antibody subclass detection using graphene nanopores”, Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, Vol. 8, No. 7, pp. 1670-1676, 2017. Link

5. J. Feng, M. Graf, K. Liu, D. Ovchinnikov, D. Dumcenco, M. Heiranian, V. Nandigana, N. R. Aluru, A. Kis and A. Radenovic, “Single-layer MoS2 nanopores as nanopower generators”, Nature, Vol. 536, No.7615, pp. 197-200, 2016. Link

4. A. Barati Farimani, M. Heiranian and N. R. Aluru, “Nano-electro-mechanical pump: Giant pumping of water in carbon nanotubes”, Scientific Reports, Vol. 6, Art. No. 26211, 2016. Link

3. G. A. Venkatesan, J. Lee, A. Barati Farimani, M. Heiranian, C. P. Collier, N. R. Aluru and S. A. Sarles, “Adsorption kinetics dictate monolayer self-assembly for both lipid-in and lipid-out approaches to droplet interface bilayer formation”, Langmuir, Vol. 31, No. 47, pp. 12883-12893, 2015.  Link

2. M. Heiranian, A. Barati Farimani and N. R. Aluru, “Water desalination with a single-layer MoS2 nanopore”, Nature Communications, Vol. 6, Art. No. 8616, 2015. Link

1. A. Barati Farimani*, M. Heiranian* and N. R. Aluru, “Electromechanical signatures for DNA sequencing through a mechanosensitive nanopore”, Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, Vol. 6, No. 4, pp. 650-657, 2015. Link

*these authors contributed equally to this work.

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