1. H. Bloom and I.K. Snook, "Models for Molten Salts". In Modern Aspects of Electrochemistry, No. 9., Ed. B.E. Conway and J.O.M. Bockris (Plenum, N.Y.),pp. 159-238 (1974). 
  2. I.K. Snook and W. van Megen, "Forces and Structure in Hydrophobic Colloids". Proc. R.A.C.I., 43 205-208 (1976).
  3. I.K. Snook , W. van Megen, K. Gaylor and R.O. Watts, "Computer Simulation of Colloidal Dispersions". Advances in Colloidal and Interface Science, 17 33-49 (1982).
  4. W. van Megen and I.K. Snook, "Equilibrium Properties of Suspensions". Advances in  Colloid Interface Science, 21 119-194 (1984).
  5. I. Snook, " Brownian Dynamics, Hydrodynamics and Colloidal Dynamics". Current Topics in Colloid and Interface Science, Research Trends, India, Volume 2 111-129 (1997).
  6. W. van Megen, S. I. Henderson, S. R. Williams and I. K. Snook. “Crystallisation and Metastability of Binary Fluids”, in Statistical Physics experiments, theories and computer simulations, pp. 14-17, Eds. M.Tokuyama and I. Oppenheim, World Scientific Singapore (1998).
  7. A.S. Barnard, S.P. Russo and I.K. Snook, Review, “Modeling of Stability and Phase Transformations in Quasi-Zero Dimensional Nanocarbon Systems”. J. Comp. Theo. Nanosci., 2 180-201 (2005).
  8. A.S. Barnard, S.P. Russo and I.K. Snook, “Simulation and Bonding of Dopants in Nanocrystalline Diamond”. Invited review for special issue of J. Nanosci. Nanotech, 5 (9) 1395–1407 (2005).
  9. A.S. Barnard, S. P. Russo and I.K. Snook, “Modeling of Stability and Phase Transformations in 0 and 1 Dimensional Nanocarbon Systems”. Invited chapter for the "Handbook of Theoretical and Computational Nanotechnology", editors M. Rieth, W. Schommers, American Scientific Publishers, Chapter 12, Volume 9, pp 574-622 (2006).
  10. I. Yarovsky, M.J.S. Spencer and I.K. Snook , “Iron Interfaces: structure, adhesion and magnetic properties from Density Functional Theory”, in “Computational Methods for Large Systems”, “Computational Methods for Large Systems: Electronic Structure approaches for Biotechnology and Nanotechnology”, Ed. J. R. Reimers, ISBN: 978-0-470-48788-4, John Wiley & Sons, 2011
  11. Ian Snook and Amanda Barnard, “Graphene Nano-Flakes and Nano-Dots: Theory, Experiment and Applications”, in Physics and Applications of Graphene - Theory, Sergey Mikhailov (Ed.), ISBN: 978-953-307-152-7, pp.277 – 302, InTech,  Available from:  March 2011. Usage: 7000 downloads, 12/12/2012
  12. Ian K. Snook  and Amanda S. Barnard , “Theory, Experiment and Applications of Graphene Nano-Flakes”, Journal of Nanoscience Letters, 1 50-60 (2011) [Cover of Inaugural Issue]