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Selective sequestration of sulfate (SO42-) in the form of barite (BaSO4) from alkaline solutions of high ionic strength containing carbonate…

  • Demie Kepaptsoglou
  • Hans Hofsaess
  • Julian Alexander Amani
  • Jhih-Sian Tu
  • Mr Eoghan O' Connell
  • Prof Ursel Bangert
  • Ms Eileen Courtney

Functionalisation of two-dimensional (2-D) materials via low energy ion implantation could open possibilities for fabrication of devices based on such…

  • X. Zhang
  • E. Ilton
  • E. Buck
  • Dr Michele (Shelly) Conroy

Layered (oxy) hydroxide minerals often possess out-of-plane hydrogen atoms that form hydrogen bonding networks which stabilize the layered structure. However,…

  • T. C. Droubay
  • J. Gigax
  • L. Shao
  • Dr Michele (Shelly) Conroy

Epsilon-phase alloy precipitates have been observed with varied compositions and sizes in spent nuclear fuels, such as UO2. The presence…

  • Ursel Bangert
  • Recep Zan
  • Prof Quentin Ramasse
  • Jhih-Sian Tu
  • Konstantin Novoselov
  • Rashid Jalil
  • Prof Ursel Bangert

Stacking different two-dimensional (2D) atomic layers is a feasible approach to create unique multilayered van der Waals heterostructures with desired…

  • Dr Michele (Shelly) Conroy

Metallic hydride nuclear fuels (U0.17 ZrH1.6) have been under consideration for use in Light Water Reactors (LWRs) [1]. The fuel…

  • A. Huq
  • Z. Wang
  • D. G. Burtt
  • E. Ilton
  • E. Buck
  • Dr Michele (Shelly) Conroy

The dissolution of boehmite is a technical issue for Al industry because of its recalcitrant nature. In fact, a similar…

  • Yina Guo
  • Mr Eoghan O' Connell
  • Prof Ursel Bangert

Research interest in low dimensional materials has expanded immensely in the last decade. The fascinating properties of nanotubes, graphene and…

  • O. Y. Podyacheva
  • F. S. Hage
  • L. G. Bulusheva
  • Prof Ursel Bangert

Formic acid is a valuable chemical derived from biomass, as it has a high hydrogen-storage capacity and appears to be…

  • K. Rahme
  • A. Singha
  • M. Morris
  • J. D. Holmes
  • Dr Michele (Shelly) Conroy

One-dimensional nanostructures with controllable morphologies and defects are appealing for use in nanowire devices. This paper details the influence of…

  • P. J. Parbrook
  • Dr Michele (Shelly) Conroy

Heteroepitaxial growth of AlN buffer layers directly on (101¯0) sapphire substrates by metalorganic vapour phase epitaxy has been investigated. A…

  • P. J. Parbrook
  • Dr Michele (Shelly) Conroy

We report an inexpensive nanoscale patterning process for epitaxial lateral overgrowth (ELOG) in AlN layers grown by metal organic vapour…