Lynda Williams
Lynda Williams
Arizona State University, Research Professor
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Evaluation of the medicinal use of clay minerals as antibacterial agents
LB Williams, SE Haydel
International geology review 52 (7-8), 745-770, 2010
Broad-spectrum in vitro antibacterial activities of clay minerals against antibiotic-susceptible and antibiotic-resistant bacterial pathogens
SE Haydel, CM Remenih, LB Williams
Journal of antimicrobial chemotherapy 61 (2), 353-361, 2008
Isotopic and elemental partitioning of boron between hydrous fluid and silicate melt
RL Hervig, GM Moore, LB Williams, SM Peacock, JR Holloway, ...
American Mineralogist 87 (5-6), 769-774, 2002
What makes a natural clay antibacterial?
LB Williams, DW Metge, DD Eberl, RW Harvey, AG Turner, P Prapaipong, ...
Environmental science & technology 45 (8), 3768-3773, 2011
Boron isotope geochemistry during diagenesis. Part I. Experimental determination of fractionation during illitization of smectite
LB Williams, RL Hervig, JR Holloway, I Hutcheon
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 65 (11), 1769-1782, 2001
Determination of antioxidant components in rice bran oil extracted by microwave-assisted method
IG Zigoneanu, L Williams, Z Xu, CM Sabliov
Bioresource technology 99 (11), 4910-4918, 2008
Lithium and boron isotopes in illite-smectite: the importance of crystal size
LB Williams, RL Hervig
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 69 (24), 5705-5716, 2005
Nitrogen isotope geochemistry of organic matter and minerals during diagenesis and hydrocarbon migration
LB Williams, RE Ferrell Jr, I Hutcheon, AJ Bakel, MM Walsh, HR Krouse
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 59 (4), 765-779, 1995
Chemical and mineralogical characteristics of French green clays used for healing
LB Williams, SE Haydel, RF Giese, DD Eberl
Clays and Clay Minerals 56 (4), 437-452, 2008
Mineralogical constraints on the high-silica Martian surface component observed by TES
JR Michalski, MD Kraft, TG Sharp, LB Williams, PR Christensen
Icarus 174 (1), 161-177, 2005
Unearthing the antibacterial mechanism of medicinal clay: A geochemical approach to combating antibiotic resistance
KD Morrison, R Misra, LB Williams
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 19043, 2016
Ammonium substitution in illite during maturation of organic matter
LB Williams, RE Ferrell
Clays and Clay Minerals 39, 400-408, 1991
The insoluble carbonaceous material of CM chondrites: A possible source of discrete organic compounds under hydrothermal conditions
H Yabuta, LB Williams, GD Cody, CMOD ALEXANDER, S Pizzarello
Meteoritics & Planetary Science 42 (1), 37-48, 2007
Killer clays
LB Williams, M Holland, DD Eberl, T Brunet, L Brunet de Courrsou
Natural antibacterial clay minerals. Mineral Soc Bull 139, 3-8, 2004
Diagenesis of ammonium during hydrocarbon maturation and migration, Wilcox Group, Louisiana, USA
LB Williams, BR Wilcoxon, RE Ferrell, R Sassen
Applied Geochemistry 7 (2), 123-134, 1992
Antibacterial activity of aluminum in clay from the Colombian Amazon
SC Londono, HE Hartnett, LB Williams
Environmental Science & Technology 51 (4), 2401-2408, 2017
Abundant ammonia in primitive asteroids and the case for a possible exobiology
S Pizzarello, LB Williams, J Lehman, GP Holland, JL Yarger
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (11), 4303-4306, 2011
Emission spectroscopy of clay minerals and evidence for poorly crystalline aluminosilicates on Mars from Thermal Emission Spectrometer data
JR Michalski, MD Kraft, TG Sharp, LB Williams, PR Christensen
Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 111 (E3), 2006
The influence of organic matter on the boron isotope geochemistry of the gulf coast sedimentary basin, USA
LB Williams, RL Hervig, ME Wieser, I Hutcheon
Chemical Geology 174 (4), 445-461, 2001
Boron isotope composition of coals: a potential tracer of organic contaminated fluids
LB Williams, RL Hervig
Applied Geochemistry 19 (10), 1625-1636, 2004
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