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Dr Guangru Zhang
Dr Evangelos Papaioannou
Ruthenium-based catalysts supported on carbon xerogels for hydrogen production via ammonia decomposition2022
Dr Greg Mutch
Dr Evangelos Papaioannou
Professor Ian Metcalfe
High CO2 permeability in supported molten-salt membranes with highly dense and aligned pores produced by directional solidification2021
Chris de Leeuwe
Dr Wenting Hu
Dr Dragos Neagu
Dr Evangelos Papaioannou
Dr Stevin Pramana
et al.
Revisiting the thermal and chemical expansion and stability of La0.6Sr0.4FeO3−δ2021
Dr Wei Chen
Dr Evangelos Papaioannou
Dr Brian Ray
Professor Ian Metcalfe
Beyond surface redox and oxygen mobility at pd-polar ceria (100) interface: Underlying principle for strong metal-support interactions in green catalysis2020
Liam McNeil
Dr Greg Mutch
Dr Georgios Triantafyllou
Dr Dragos Neagu
Dr Evangelos Papaioannou
et al.
Dendritic silver self-assembly in molten-carbonate membranes for efficient carbon dioxide capture2020
Dr Kelly Kousi
Dr Dragos Neagu
Leonidas Bekris
Dr Evangelos Papaioannou
Professor Ian Metcalfe
et al.
Endogenous Nanoparticles Strain Perovskite Host Lattice Providing Oxygen Capacity and Driving Oxygen Exchange and CH4 Conversion to Syngas2020
Dr Kelly Kousi
Dr Dragos Neagu
Dr Evangelos Papaioannou
Professor Ian Metcalfe
Exsolution of Catalytically Active Iridium Nanoparticles from Strontium Titanate2020
Dr Evangelos Papaioannou
Professor Ian Metcalfe
Exsolution of nickel alloys anchored nanoparticles on perovskite oxides for CO oxidation2020
Dr Kelly Kousi
Dr Dragos Neagu
Leonidas Bekris
Dr Evangelos Papaioannou
Professor Ian Metcalfe
et al.
Low temperature methane conversion with perovskite-supported exo/endo-particles2020
Sotiria Tsochataridou
Dr Greg Mutch
Dr Dragos Neagu
Dr Evangelos Papaioannou
Dr Brian Ray
et al.
Measuring Membrane Permeation Rates through the Optical Visualization of a Single Pore2020
Dr Dragos Neagu
Dr Evangelos Papaioannou
Danny Mak
Dr Brian Ray
Professor Ian Metcalfe
et al.
Tracking the evolution of a single composite particle during redox cycling for application in H2 production2020
Dr Dragos Neagu
Dr Evangelos Papaioannou
Professor Ian Metcalfe
Co-electrolysis of H2O and CO2 on exsolved Ni nanoparticles for efficient syngas generation at controllable H2/CO ratios2019
Professor Ian Metcalfe
Dr Brian Ray
Dr Wenting Hu
Chris de Leeuwe
Dr Cristina Dueso Villalba
et al.
Overcoming chemical equilibrium limitations using a thermodynamically-reversible chemical reactor2019
Dr Evangelos Papaioannou
Dr Chenyang Tang
Dr Billy Murdoch
Professor Ian Metcalfe
Shape-persistent porous organic cage supported palladium nanoparticles as heterogeneous catalytic materials2019
Dr Evangelos Papaioannou
Dr Dragos Neagu
Professor Ian Metcalfe
Sulfur-Tolerant, Exsolved Fe–Ni Alloy Nanoparticles for CO Oxidation2019
Dr Chenyang Tang
Dr Kelly Kousi
Dr Dragos Neagu
Dr Jose Portoles
Dr Evangelos Papaioannou
et al.
Towards efficient use of noble metals via exsolution exemplified for CO oxidation2019
Dr Evangelos Papaioannou
Dr Brian Ray
Professor Ian Metcalfe
Composite CO2 separation membranes: Insights on kinetics and stability2017
Dr Dragos Neagu
Dr Evangelos Papaioannou
Dr Billy Murdoch
Dr Anders Barlow
Professor Peter Cumpson
et al.
Demonstration of chemistry at a point through restructuring and catalytic activation at anchored nanoparticles2017
Dr Evangelos Papaioannou
Christoph Bachmann
Dr Daniel Frankel
Professor Ian Metcalfe
The role of the three-phase boundary of the platinum-support interface in catalysis: A model catalyst kinetic study2016
Dr Guifang Zhang
Dr Evangelos Papaioannou
Professor Ian Metcalfe
Selective, high-temperature permeation of nitrogen oxides using a supported molten salt membrane2015
Dr Evangelos Papaioannou
Henry Qi
Professor Ian Metcalfe
'Uphill' Permeation of Carbon Dioxide Across A Composite Molten Salt-Ceramic Membrane2015
Dr Evangelos Papaioannou
Dr Guangru Zhang
Professor Ian Metcalfe
High performance composite CO2 separation membranes2014