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Iridium–Bismuth cluster complexes yield bimetallic nano-catalysts for the direct oxidation of 3-picoline to niacin - Richard D. Adams, Mingwei Chen, Gaya Elpitiya, Matthew Potter and Robert Raja
Type: Article | 2013

Area selective growth of titanium diselenide thin films into micropatterned substrates by low-pressure chemical vapor deposition - Sophie Benjamin, C.H. de Groot, Chitra Gurnani, Andrew L. Hector, Ruomeng Huang, Konstantin Ignatyev, William Levason, Stuart Pearce, Fiona Thomas and Gillian Reid
Type: Article | 2013 | Item availability restricted.

A novel top-down fabrication process for Ge2Sb2Te5 phase change material nanowires - Ruomeng Huang, Kai Sun, Kian Shen Kiang, Ruiqi Chen, Yudong Wang, Behrad Gholipour, Daniel W. Hewak, Andrew L. Hector, Gillian Reid and C.H. de Groot
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2013

Type: Article | 2013

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