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Dr Jon Bell
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Adsorption of Carbon Dioxide, Water Vapor, Nitrogen, and Sulfur Dioxide on Activated Carbon for Capture from Flue Gases: Competitive Adsorption and Selectivity Aspects2021
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Refinement of pore size at sub-angstrom precision in robust metal–organic frameworks for separation of xylenes2020
Thomas Rexer
Eliza Mathia
Professor Andrew Aplin
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Supercritical methane adsorption and storage in pores in shales and isolated kerogens2020
Eliza Mathia
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Professor Andrew Aplin
Influence of Clay, Calcareous Microfossils, and Organic Matter on the Nature and Diagenetic Evolution of Pore Systems in Mudstones2019
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
One-step and scalable synthesis of Ni2P nanocrystals encapsulated in N,P-codoped hierarchically porous carbon matrix using a bipyridine and phosphonate linked nickel metal–organic framework as highly efficient electrocatalysts for overall water splitting2019
Dr Jon Bell
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Bottom-up Fabrication of Ultrathin 2D Zr Metal-Organic Framework Nanosheets through a Facile Continuous Microdroplet Flow Reaction2018
Dr Xiao Han
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Reversible adsorption of nitrogen dioxide within a robust porous metal-organic framework2018
Dr Jon Bell
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Physisorption-Induced Structural Change Directing Carbon Monoxide Chemisorption and Nitric Oxide Coordination on Hemilabile Porous Metal Organic Framework NaNi3(OH)(SIP)2(H2O)5·H2O(SIP = 5-sulfoisophthalate)2017
Eliza Mathia
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Evolution of porosity and pore typein organic-rich, calcareous, Lower Toarcian Posidonia Shale2016
Xuebo Zhao
Dr Jon Bell
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Kinetic Molecular Sieving, Thermodynamic and Structural Aspects of Gas/Vapor Sorption on Metal Organic Framework [Ni1.5(4,4’-bipyridine)1.5(H3L)(H2O)3][H2O]7 where H6L = 2,4,6-trimethylbenzene-1,3,5-triyl tris(methylene) triphosphonic acid2016
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Selective Hysteretic Sorption of Light Hydrocarbons in a Flexible Metal−Organic Framework Material2016
James Holcroft
Dr Jon Bell
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Carbohydrate-Mediated Purification of Petrochemicals2015
Dr Jon Bell
Dr Xuebo Zhao
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Hysteretic Gas and Vapor Sorption in Flexible Interpenetrated Lanthanide-Based Metal-Organic Frameworks with Coordinated Molecular Gating via Reversible Single-Crystal-to-Single-Crystal Transformation for Enhanced Selectivity2015
Jayne Armstrong
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Sponge-Like Behaviour in Isoreticular Cu(Gly-His-X) Peptide-Based Porous Materials2015
Thomas Rexer
Professor Andrew Aplin
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
First international inter-laboratory comparison of high-pressure CH4, CO2 and C2H6 sorption isotherms on carbonaceous shales2014
Dr Jon Bell
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Gas Storage and Diffusion through Nanocages and Windows in Porous Metal-Organic Framework Cu2(2,3,5,6-tetramethylbenzene-1,4-diisophthalate)(H2O)22014
Thomas Rexer
Eliza Mathia
Professor Andrew Aplin
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
High-Pressure Methane Adsorption and Characterization of Pores in Posidonia Shales and Isolated Kerogens2014
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Hydrogen adsorption and storage on porous materials2014
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Porous macromolecular dihydropyridyl frameworks exhibiting catalytic and halochromic activity2014
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Jayne Armstrong
Dr Jon Bell
Separation of rare gases and chiral molecules by selective binding in porous organic cages2014
Dr Jon Bell
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Functional Hollow Fiber Adsorbent Materials with a Self-Regulating Composite Outer Layer for Gas Purification with Energy Efficient Electrothermal Regeneration2013
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Gas adsorption by nanoporous materials: Future applications and experimental challenges2013
Jayne Armstrong
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
High-pressure carbon dioxide uptake for porous organic cages: comparison of spectroscopic and manometric measurement techniques2013
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Irreversible Network Transformation in a Dynamic Porous Host Catalyzed by Sulfur Dioxide2013
Thomas Rexer
Professor Andrew Aplin
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Methane Adsorption on Shale under Simulated Geological Temperature and Pressure Conditions2013
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
A partially interpenetrated metal-organic framework for selective hysteretic sorption of carbon dioxide2012
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Dimensionality Transformation through Paddlewheel Reconfiguration in a Flexible and Porous Zn-Based Metal-Organic Framework2012
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Interplay of Metalloligand and Organic Ligand to Tune Micropores within Isostructural Mixed-Metal Organic Frameworks (M'MOFs) for Their Highly Selective Separation of Chiral and Achiral Small Molecules2012
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Triple Framework Interpenetration and Immobilization of Open Metal Sites within a Microporous Mixed Metal-Organic Framework for Highly Selective Gas Adsorption2012
Dr Jon Bell
Yaprak Uygur
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Adsorption of Chloroaromatic Models for Dioxins on Porous Carbons: The Influence of Adsorbate Structure and Surface Functional Groups on Surface Interactions and Adsorption Kinetics2011
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Hydrogen Adsorption on Metal Organic Framework Materials for Storage Applications2011
Bo Xiao
Xuebo Zhao
Rachel Gill
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Protecting group and switchable pore-discriminating adsorption properties of a hydrophilic-hydrophobic metal-organic framework2011
Dr Xuebo Zhao
Rachel Gill
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Rationally tuned micropores within enantiopure metal-organic frameworks for highly selective separation of acetylene and ethylene2011
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Spectroelectrochemical Study of the Role Played by Carbon Functionality in Fuel Cell Electrodes (vol 144, pg 2323, 1997) [erratum]2011
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Adsorption and desorption of hydrogen on metal-organic framework materials for storage applications: comparison with other nanoporous materials2009
Bo Xiao
Dr Ashleigh Fletcher
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Chemically blockable transformation and ultraselective low-pressure gas adsorption in a non-porous metal organic framework2009
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
High Capacity Hydrogen Adsorption in Cu(II) Tetracarboxylate Framework Materials: The Role of Pore Size, Ligand Functionalization, and Exposed Metal Sites2009
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Enhancement of H2 adsorption in Li+-exchanged co-ordination framework materials2008
Dr Xuebo Zhao
Toong Putkham
Dr Ashleigh Fletcher
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
INOR 819-Kinetic molecular sieving of oxygen, nitrogen and argon on a metal-organic framework material2008
Dr Xuebo Zhao
Toong Putkham
Dr Ashleigh Fletcher
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
INOR 965-Kinetic quantum isotope sieving of hydrogen and deuterium confined in metal-organic framework pores2008
Dr Xuebo Zhao
Toong Putkham
Dr Ashleigh Fletcher
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Surface interactions and quantum kinetic molecular sieving for H2 and D2 adsorption on a mixed metal-organic framework material2008
Dr Ashleigh Fletcher
Mark Kennedy
Dr Xuebo Zhao
Dr Jon Bell
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
et al.
Adsorption of organic vapour pollutants on activated carbon2007
Bo Xiao
Pam Wheatley
Dr Xuebo Zhao
Dr Ashleigh Fletcher
Sue Fox
et al.
High-capacity hydrogen and nitric oxide adsorption and storage in a metal-organic framework2007
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Hydrogen adsorption and storage on porous materials2007
Dr Ashleigh Fletcher
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Kinetic isotope quantum effects in the adsorption of H2O and D2O on porous carbons2007
Dr Ashleigh Fletcher
Yaprak Uygur
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Role of surface functional groups in the adsorption kinetics of water vapor on microporous activated carbons2007
Dr Ashleigh Fletcher
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Adsorption and desorption kinetics for hydrophilic and hydrophobic vapors on activated carbon2006
Ping Lin
Emeritus Professor Bill Clegg
Dr Ross Harrington
Professor Richard Henderson
Dr Ashleigh Fletcher
et al.
Assembly of heterometallic clusters and coordination polymers by combining Mo-S-based clusters with Mn2+2006
Dr Ashleigh Fletcher
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Competitive adsorption of a benzene-toluene mixture on activated carbons at low concentration2006
Dr Elisa Lopez-Capel
Dr Geoffrey Abbott
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Professor David Manning
Coupling of thermal analysis with quadrupole mass spectrometry and isotope ratio mass spectrometry for simultaneous determination of evolved gases and their carbon isotopic composition2006
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Evidence for the adsorption of K+Ag(CN)2- ion pairs on carbon surface by XANES spectroscopy2006
Dr Xuebo Zhao
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
High H2 adsorption by coordination-framework materials2006
Dr Xuebo Zhao
Dr Silvia Villar-Rodil
Dr Ashleigh Fletcher
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Kinetic isotope effect for H2 and D2 quantum molecular sieving in adsorption/desorption on porous carbon materials2006
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Adsorption of aqueous metal ions on oxygen and nitrogen functionalized nanoporous activated carbons2005
Dr Ashleigh Fletcher
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Flexibility in metal-organic framework materials: Impact on sorption properties2005
Dr Xuebo Zhao
Bo Xiao
Dr Ashleigh Fletcher
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Hydrogen adsorption on functionalized nanoporous activated carbons2005
Bo Xiao
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Reactions of nitrogen and oxygen surface groups in nanoporous carbons under inert and reducing atmospheres2005
Dr Ashleigh Fletcher
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Adsorption of gases and vapors on nanoporous Ni2(4,4′- bipyridine)3(NO3)4 metal-organic framework materials templated with methanol and ethanol: Structural effects in adsorption kinetics2004
Bo Xiao
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Competitive adsorption of aqueous metal ions on an oxidized nanoporous activated carbon2004
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Conversion of char nitrogen to NO during combustion2004
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Diffusion and Induced structural Changes during Adsorption of Gases and Vapors on Nanoporous Metal Organic Framework Materials Ni2(4,4'bipyridine)3(NO3)4 Templated with Methanol and Ethanol2004
Dr Xuebo Zhao
Bo Xiao
Dr Ashleigh Fletcher
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Hysteretic adsorption and desorption of hydrogen by nanoporous metal-organic frameworks2004
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Observation of the adsorption of K+Au(CN)2- ion pairs on the surface of nanoporous carbon by XANES2004
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Nitrogen K-shell excitations in gold(I) and silver(I) dicyanide KM(CN)2 (M = Au, Ag) by XANES spectroscopy2003
Dr Ashleigh Fletcher
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Probe molecule kinetic studies of adsorption on MCM-412003
Bo Xiao
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Adsorption of metal ions on nitrogen surface functional groups in activated carbons2002
Dr Ashleigh Fletcher
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Multicomponent vapor sorption on active carbon by combined microgravimetry and dynamic sampling mass spectrometry2002
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Synthesis of nitrogen-doped fullerenes by vaporization of graphite and characteristization using NEXAFS and temperature programmed combustion2002
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Adsorption dynamics of gases and vapors on the nanoporous metal organic framework material Ni2(4,4'-bipyridine)3(NO3)4: Guest modification of host sorption behavior2001
Calum Reid
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Adsorption kinetics and size exclusion properties of probe molecules for the selective porosity in a carbon molecular sieve used for air separation2001
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Adsorption of cadmium ions on oxygen surface sites in activated carbon2000
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Compensation effect for the kinetics of adsorption/desorption of gases/vapors on microporous carbon materials2000
Dr Ashleigh Fletcher
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Adsorption and desorption kinetics of n-octane and n-nonane vapors on activated carbon1999
Calum Reid
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Adsorption of gases on a carbon molecular sieve used for air separation: Linear adsorptives as probes for kinetic selectivity1999
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Metalloporphyrin-derived carbons: Models for investigating NOx release from coal char combustion1999
Dr Francis Ndaji
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Temperature programmed combustion studies of the co-processing of coal and waste materials1999
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Temperature-programmed desorption of oxygen surface complexes on acenaphthylene-derived chars: Comparison with oxygen K-edge XANES spectroscopy1999
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
The predictions of coal/char combustion rate using an artificial neural network approach1999
Calum Reid
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Adsorption of gases on carbon molecular sieves used for air separation. Spherical adsorptives as probes for kinetic selectivity1998
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Diffusion barriers in the kinetics of water vapor adsorption/desorption on activated carbons1998
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Fundamental aspects of coal structural changes in the thermoplastic phase1998
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Mechanism of adsorption of gold and silver species on activated carbons1998
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Adsorption of gases and vapors on carbon molecular sieves1997
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Carbon black/high density polyethylene conducting composite materials: Part I Structural modification of a carbon black by gasification in carbon dioxide and the effect on the electrical and mechanical properties of the composite1997
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Carbon black/high density polyethylene conducting composite materials: Part II The relationship between the positive temperature coefficient and the volume resistivity1997
Dr Francis Ndaji
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Changes in the macromolecular structure of coals with pyrolysis temperature1997
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Determination of the fate of nitrogen functionality in carbonaceous materials during pyrolysis and combustion using X-ray absorption near edge structure spectroscopy1997
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Effect of shock heating on the strength and structure of coke produced by high-pressure carbonization of low-rank bituminous coals1997
Dr Francis Ndaji
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Flow injection-thermal analysis-mass spectrometry: Application to studies of carbon gasification reactions1997
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Kinetics of water vapor adsorption on activated carbon1997
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Solvent swelling of maceral concentrates1997
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Spectroelectrochemical study of the role played by carbon functionality in fuel cell electrodes1997
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Temperature-programmed combustion studies of coal and maceral group concentrates1997
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
The application of simultaneous TG-DTA to the determination of the fate of injected coal in a pilot-scale blast furnace simulation rig1997
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
The identification of oxygen functional groups in carbonaceous materials by oxygen K-edge XANES1997
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
The influence of Fe catalysts on the release of nitrogen oxides during the gasification of nitrogen doped carbon-13 material1997
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
The release of nitrogen oxides during char combustion1997
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
A magic-angle spinning NMR study into the adsorption of deuterated water by activated carbon1996
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Competitive effects in the adsorption of CH3I on KI-impregnated activated carbons in the presence of CO21996
Professor Paul Christensen
Dr Andrew Hamnett
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Direct methanol fuel cell cathodes with sulfur and nitrogen-based carbon functionality1996
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
NO release and reactivity of chars during combustion: The effect of devolatilization temperature and heating rate1996
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
NO release from the isothermal combustion of coal chars1996
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Release of NO from the combustion of coal chars1996
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Some aspects of the generation of coking pressure during coal carbonization1996
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
The anode deposit formed during the carbon-arc evaporation of graphite for the synthesis of fullerenes and carbon nanotubes1996
Dr Jane Varey
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
The detection of reactive intermediates in the combustion and pyrolysis of coals, chars and macerals1996
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
The effect of Fe catalyst on the release of no during the combustion of anisotropic and isotropic carbons1996
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
The effect of swelling pressure during coal carbonization on coke porosity1996
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
The release of nitrogen during the combustion of coal chars: The role of volatile matter and surface area1996
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Detection of reactive intermediate nitrogen and sulfur species in the combustion of carbons that are models for coal chars1995
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Evolution of nitrogen functionalities in carbonaceous materials during pyrolysis1995
Dr Francis Ndaji
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Kinetics of adsorption and diffusional characteristics of carbon molecular sieves1995
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Isotope fractionation in the synthesis of fullerenes1994
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
Nitrogen release in the gasification of carbons1994
Emeritus Professor Mark Thomas
NOx release and reactivity of chars from a wide range of coals during combustion1994