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(University of St Andrews, 2019-01-28) - ThesisCeramic oxides of the type A2B2O7 (A = La, Y and B = Sn, Ti, Zr and Hf) were investigated in this thesis. Initial work was concerned with the 119Sn NMR study of phase transitions and cation distribution in La2(Sn,Ti)2O7 ...
Experimental and modeling study of high performance direct carbon solid oxide fuel cell with in situ catalytic steam-carbon gasification reaction (2018-04-01) - Journal articleIn this paper, 2D models for direct carbon solid oxide fuel cells (DC-SOFCs) with in situ catalytic steam-carbon gasification reaction are developed. The simulation results are found to be in good agreement with experimental ...
(2018-04-15) - Journal articleBiomass is expected to play a significant role in power generation in the near future. With the uprising of carbon fuel cells, hybrid direct carbon fuel cells (HDCFCs) show its intrinsic and incomparable advantages in the ...
Switchable selectivity within a series of boronate esters for dynamic covalent exchange in nonaqueous solvents (2018-02-22) - Journal articleThe reversible condensation–hydrolysis reactions of boronic acids have proven to be a highly useful class of thermodynamically controlled dynamic covalent process, enabling the construction of sugar sensors, stimuli-responsive ...