Below is a selection of some of our papers.

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Processes 2019, 7(2), 112

Surface Science Spectra 25, 024002 2018

Journal of Materials Chemistry C, 2018 6, 4485-4493.

Enhanced Lifetime Cathode for Alkaline Electrolysis Using Standard Commercial Titanium Nitride Coatings

William J. F. Gannon, Daniel R. Jones and Charles W. Dunnill

 Composition analysis of Ta3N5/W18O49 nanocomposite through XPS

Daniel R. Jones, Michael E. A. Warwick, James D. McGettrick, and Charles W. Dunnill

VO2/TiO2 bilayer films for Energy Efficient Windows with Multifunctional Properties.

Isıl Top, Russell Binions, Michael E. A. Warwick, Charles W Dunnill, Marcin Holdynski and I. Abrahams.

Sustainable Energy and Fuels 2018, 710.

 International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. Vol 42, Issue 38, P23986-23994

Scientific Reports 2017, 7, 4090.

Hydrogen-enriched natural gas as a domestic fuel: An analysis based on flash-back and blow-off limits for domestic natural gas appliances within the UK

Daniel R. Jones, Waheed A. Al-Masry, and Charles W. Dunnill

Zero Gap Alkaline Electrolysis Cell Designs for Renewable Energy Storage as Hydrogen Gas.

 Robert Phillips, and Charles W. Dunnill.

Active removal of waste dye pollutants using Ta3N5/W18O49 nanocomposite fibres.

Daniel R. Jones, Virginia Gomez, Joseph C. Bear, Bertrand Rome, Francesco Mazzali, James D. McGettrick, Aled R. Lewis, Serena Margadonna, Waheed A. Al-Masry & Charles W. Dunnill.

Nano
Energy Systems, 2016.

RSC Advances 2016, 6, 100643 LINK

Microporous and Mesoporous Materials. 2016 232, 189-195

Bi-Phasic photocatalytic particles prepared by sequential layer depositions for water cleaning and puri fication.

Virginia Gomez, Bertrand Rome, Andrew R. Barron, and Charles W. Dunnill.

Minimising the Ohmic resistance of an alkaline electrolysis cell through effective cell design.

 Robert Phillips, and Charles W. Dunnill.

Porous carbons from inverse vulcanized polymers.

James D. McGettrick, Ivan P.
Parkin, Charles W. Dunnill, Tom Hasell