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(2024-06-13) - ThesisNatural products are a very important class of bioactive and often medicinally relevant molecules, however strategies for their chemical diversification are often hindered by their complexity and high number of unactivated ...
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(University of St Andrews, 2022-06-15) - ThesisThis thesis presents research into two superionic conductors: BaH₂ and β-Ca₂NH. The research presented herein explores the diffusion pathway of hydride ions (H⁻) in the solid-state of these materials. Using novel combined ...
(University of St Andrews, 2021-06-30) - ThesisThe development of electrolyte materials for the high temperature (800-1000 ∘C) solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) is mostly based on anion-deficient fluorite oxides, especially cubic stabilised zirconia and ceria. The 8 mol % ...
(University of St Andrews, 2021-06-30) - ThesisProtonic ceramic fuel cells (PCFCs) have great potential in applications compared with oxygen-ion-conducting-electrolyte based cells due to their relatively high ionic conductivity under intermediate and low temperature ...