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Items where Division is "Functional Inorganic, Materials and Supramolecular Chemistry" and Year is 2022

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Number of items: 9.

Type: Dataset | 2022 | University of Southampton

Type: Dataset | 2022 | University of Southampton

Anion-π catalysis enabled by the mechanical bond - Stephen Goldup, John Maynard, Bartomeu Galmés, Athanasios Stergiou, Mark Symes and Antonio Frontera
Type: Article | 2022

Type: Article | 2022 | Item availability restricted.

A comparative study on the stability of the furfural molecule on the low index Ni, Pd and Pt surfaces - Alveena Z. Khan, Jacob Alitt, Rhiannon Germaney, Ikutaro Hamada, Peter P. Wells, Nikolaos Dimitratos, C. R. A. Catlow, Alberto Villa and Arunabhiram Chutia
Type: Article | 2022

Type: Article | 2022 | Item availability restricted.

Increasing the diameter of vertically aligned, hexagonally ordered pores in mesoporous silica thin films - Nabil, Ahmed - Nooh Mohamed, Yisong Han, Andrew L. Hector, Anthony Houghton, Elwin Hunter-Sellars, Gillian Reid, Daryl Williams and Wenjian Zhang
Type: Article | 2022 | Item availability restricted.

2D material based optoelectronics by electroplating - Yasir Noori, Nema Abdelazim, Shibin Thomas, Gillian Reid, Philip N. Bartlett, Norbert Klein, Richard Beanland, Yaonan Hou, Ilias Skandalos, Frederic Gardes and Kees De Groot
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2022

New insights in establishing the structure-property relations of novel plasmonic nanostructures for clean energy applications - Priyanka Verma, Yasutaka Kuwahara, Kohsuke Mori, Robert Raja and Hiromi Yamashita
Type: Review | 2022 | Item availability restricted.

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