Below is a selection of some of our papers.
Nature Communications 11, AN:4492, 2020
ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 2020, 8, 37, 14234-14242.
IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement, 2020. DOI: 10.1109/TIM.2020.3021512
Low dimensional nanostructures of fast ion conducting lithium nitride
Nuria Tapia-Ruiz, Alexandra Gordon, Catherine Jewell, Hannah Edwards, Charles Dunnill,
James Blackman, Colin Snape, Paul Brown, Ian MacLaren, Matteo Baldoni, Elena Besley, Jeremy Titman, and Duncan Gregory.
Economical and Facile Route to Produce Gram-Scale and Phase-Selective Copper Sulfides for Thermoelectric Applications
Rafiq Mulla, Daniel R. Jones, and Charles W. Dunnill
An Easily Constructed and Inexpensive Tool to Evaluate Seebeck Coefficient
Rafiq Mulla, Katherine Glover, Charles W Dunnill
Advanced Materials Technologies, 2000227, 2020
Composites Communications, Volume 20, August 2020, 100345
Thermoelectric Paper: Graphite Pencil Traces on Paper to Fabricate a Thermoelectric Generator
Rafiq Mulla, Daniel R. Jones and Charles W. Dunnill
Graphite-loaded cotton wool: A green route to highly-porous and solid graphite pellets for thermoelectric devices
RafiqMulla and Charles W.Dunnill
From Renewable Energy to Renewable Fuel: A Sustainable Hydrogen Production
Rafiq Mulla, Charles W. Dunnill
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. Vol 44, (2019), P 27094-27106
Acta online Sept 2019
Scientiﬁc Reports 2019, online
Development of a Pt/stainless steel mesh catalyst and its application in catalytic hydrogen combustion.
S.P. du Preez, D.R.
Jones, D.G. Bessarabov, A. Falch, C. Mota das Neves Quaresm and Charles W. Dunnill
Raney Nickel 2.0: Development of a high-performance bifunctional electrocatalyst.
William J.F. Gannon and Charles W. Dunnill
Photocapacitive CdS/WOx nanostructures for solar energy storage.
Daniel R. Jones1, Robert Phillips, William J.F. Gannon, Bertrand Rome, Michael E.A. Warwick and Charles W. Dunnill
Processes 2019, 7(2), 112
Surface Science Spectra 26, 014013 2019
Powering the Hydrogen Economy from Waste Heat: A Review of Heat‐to‐Hydrogen Concepts.
Rafiq Mulla and Charles W. Dunnill
Enhanced Lifetime Cathode for Alkaline Electrolysis Using Standard Commercial Titanium Nitride Coatings
William J. F. Gannon, Daniel R. Jones and Charles W. Dunnill
Study of copper(II) oxide and copper(II) acetate on multiwalled carbon nanotubes by XPS
Jennifer A. Rudd, Daniel R. Jones, Charles W. Dunnill and Enrico Adndreoli
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. Vol 42, Issue 38, P23986-23994
Surface Science Spectra 25, 024002 2018
Journal of Materials Chemistry C, 2018 6, 4485-4493.
Zero Gap Alkaline Electrolysis Cell Designs for Renewable Energy Storage as Hydrogen Gas.
Robert Phillips, 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.
Scientiﬁc Reports 2017, 7, 4090.
Microporous and Mesoporous Materials. 2016 232, 189-195
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
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.
Porous carbons from inverse vulcanized polymers.
James D. McGettrick, Ivan P.
Parkin, Charles W. Dunnill, Tom Hasell
Energy Systems, 2016.
RSC Advances 2016, 6, 100643 LINK
Bi-Phasic photocatalytic particles prepared by sequential layer depositions for water cleaning and purification.
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.