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  1. Optical hydrogen sensing beyond palladium: Hafnium and tantalum as effective sensing materials
  2. Hydrogen storage in Mg2FeSi alloy thin films depending on the Fe-to-Si ratio measured by conversion electron Mössbauer spectroscopy
  3. Electronic structure and vacancy formation in photochromic yttrium oxy-hydride thin films studied by positron annihilation
  4. Pathways to electrochemical solar-hydrogen technologies
  5. Metal-hydrogen systems with an exceptionally large and tunable thermodynamic destabilization
  6. Photochromism of rare-earth metal-oxy-hydrides
  7. Enhancement of Destabilization and Reactivity of Mg Hydride Embedded in Immiscible Ti Matrix by Addition of Cr: Pd-Free Destabilized Mg Hydride
  8. Hafnium—an optical hydrogen sensor spanning six orders in pressure
  9. Functionalised metal–organic frameworks: a novel approach to stabilising single metal atoms
  10. Nanostructured materials for solid-state hydrogen storage: A review of the achievement of COST Action MP1103
  11. Photoelectrochemical water splitting with porous α-Fe2O3 thin films prepared from Fe/Fe-oxide nanoparticles
  12. Interface and strain effects on the H-sorption thermodynamics of size-selected Mg nanodots
  13. Impact of Nanostructuring on the Phase Behavior of Insertion Materials: The Hydrogenation Kinetics of a Magnesium Thin Film
  14. Promotion of Hydrogen Desorption from Palladium Surfaces by Fluoropolymer Coating
  15. The Impact of Post-Synthetic Linker Functionalization of MOFs on Methane Storage: The Role of Defects
  16. Deposition of conductive TiN shells on SiO2 nanoparticles with a fluidized bed ALD reactor
  17. Review of magnesium hydride-based materials: development and optimisation
  18. Amorphous Metal-Hydrides for Optical Hydrogen Sensing: The Effect of Adding Glassy Ni–Zr to Mg–Ni–H
  19. Optical hydrogen sensing with nanoparticulate Pd–Au films produced by spark ablation
  20. Oxynitrogenography: Controlled Synthesis of Single-Phase Tantalum Oxynitride Photoabsorbers
  21. Destabilization of Mg Hydride by Self-Organized Nanoclusters in the Immiscible Mg–Ti System
  22. A simple route for preparation of textured WO3 thin films from colloidal W nanoparticles and their photoelectrochemical water splitting properties
  23. Solar Water Splitting Combining a BiVO 4 Light Absorber with a Ru-Based Molecular Cocatalyst
  24. The hydrogen permeability of Pd–Cu based thin film membranes in relation to their structure: A combinatorial approach
  25. Gradient dopant profiling and spectral utilization of monolithic thin-film silicon photoelectrochemical tandem devices for solar water splitting
  26. Extracting large photovoltages from a-SiC photocathodes with an amorphous TiO2 front surface field layer for solar hydrogen evolution
  27. Contaminant-resistant MOF–Pd composite for H2 separation
  28. Photocorrosion Mechanism of TiO2-Coated Photoanodes
  29. Unraveling the Carrier Dynamics of BiVO 4 : A Femtosecond to Microsecond Transient Absorption Study
  30. Highly sensitive and selective visual hydrogen detectors based on YxMg1−x thin films
  31. Solid-State NMR Studies of the Photochromic Effects of Thin Films of Oxygen-Containing Yttrium Hydride
  32. The effect of microstructure on the hydrogenation of Mg/Fe thin film multilayers
  33. Inside Cover: Efficient Water-Splitting Device Based on a Bismuth Vanadate Photoanode and Thin-Film Silicon Solar Cells (ChemSusChem 10/2014)
  34. Polymer-Induced Surface Modifications of Pd-based Thin Films Leading to Improved Kinetics in Hydrogen Sensing and Energy Storage Applications
  35. Polymer-Induced Surface Modifications of Pd-based Thin Films Leading to Improved Kinetics in Hydrogen Sensing and Energy Storage Applications
  36. Eye readable metal hydride based hydrogen tape sensor for health applications
  37. Efficient Water-Splitting Device Based on a Bismuth Vanadate Photoanode and Thin-Film Silicon Solar Cells
  38. Interplay of Linker Functionalization and Hydrogen Adsorption in the Metal–Organic Framework MIL-101
  39. Fiber optic hydrogen sensor for a continuously monitoring of the partial hydrogen pressure in the natural gas grid
  40. Optical modeling of an efficient water splitting device based on bismuth vanadate photoanode and micromorph silicon solar cells
  41. A Bismuth Vanadate–Cuprous Oxide Tandem Cell for Overall Solar Water Splitting
  42. A novel approach for the preparation of textured CuO thin films from electrodeposited CuCl and CuBr
  43. Hydride destabilization in core–shell nanoparticles
  44. Optimization of amorphous silicon double junction solar cells for an efficient photoelectrochemical water splitting device based on a bismuth vanadate photoanode
  45. Probing hydrogen spillover in Pd@MIL-101(Cr) with a focus on hydrogen chemisorption
  46. Plasmonic enhancement of the optical absorption and catalytic efficiency of BiVO4 photoanodes decorated with Ag@SiO2 core–shell nanoparticles
  47. Optical fiber sensor for the continuous monitoring of hydrogen in oil
  48. Seeing Hydrogen in Colors: Low-Cost and Highly Sensitive Eye Readable Hydrogen Detectors
  49. Ni and p-Cu 2 O Nanocubes with a Small Size Distribution by Templated Electrodeposition and Their Characterization by Photocurrent Measurement
  50. Combinatorial method for direct measurements of the intrinsic hydrogen permeability of separation membrane materials
  51. The Origin of Slow Carrier Transport in BiVO4 Thin Film Photoanodes: A Time-Resolved Microwave Conductivity Study
  52. X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy investigation of magnetron sputtered Mg–Ti–H thin films
  53. Efficient solar water splitting by enhanced charge separation in a bismuth vanadate-silicon tandem photoelectrode
  54. Metal hydrides for smart window and sensor applications
  55. Study of a fiber optic sensor for hydrogen leak detection
  56. Nanostructured Pd–Au based fiber optic sensors for probing hydrogen concentrations in gas mixtures
  57. Photoelectrochemical Properties of Cadmium Chalcogenide-Sensitized Textured Porous Zinc Oxide Plate Electrodes
  58. A reliable, sensitive and fast optical fiber hydrogen sensor based on surface plasmon resonance
  59. Hysteresis and the role of nucleation and growth in the hydrogenation of Mg nanolayers
  60. Nucleation and growth mechanisms of nano magnesium hydride from the hydrogen sorption kinetics
  61. The clamping effect in the complex hydride Mg2NiH4 thin films
  62. Post-synthetic cation exchange in the robust metal–organic framework MIL-101(Cr)
  63. Metal–organic framework thin films for protective coating of Pd-based optical hydrogen sensors
  64. MOF@MOF core–shell vs. Janus particles and the effect of strain: potential for guest sorption, separation and sequestration
  65. Thermodynamic Properties, Hysteresis Behavior and Stress-Strain Analysis of MgH2 Thin Films, Studied over a Wide Temperature Range
  66. Innovative fiber optic sensor for hydrogen detection
  67. Optical hydrogen sensors based on metal-hydrides
  68. EXAFS investigation of the destabilization of the Mg–Ni–Ti (H) system
  69. Combined XPS and first principle study of metastable Mg-Ti thin films
  70. Effect of the structure transformation on the (de-)hydrogenation hysteresis of La1−zYzHx films as studied by hydrogenography
  71. In-situ TEM on (de)hydrogenation of Pd at 0.5–4.5bar hydrogen pressure and 20–400°C
  72. Thermal Stability of MgyTi1-y Thin Films Investigated by Positron Annihilation Spectroscopy
  73. A new thin film photochromic material: Oxygen-containing yttrium hydride
  74. Layer-resolved study of the Mg to MgH2 transformation in Mg–Ti films with short-range chemical order
  75. Interface Energy Controlled Thermodynamics of Nanoscale Metal Hydrides
  76. Titanium nitride: A new Ohmic contact material for n-type CdS
  77. Optical response of the sodium alanate system:GW0-BSE calculations and thin film measurements
  78. Thin film metal hydrides for hydrogen storage applications
  79. High throughput screening of Pd-alloys for H2 separation membranes studied by hydrogenography and CVM
  80. ChemInform Abstract: Magnetization Relaxation and Resistive Behavior of High-Tc Superconductors
  81. In-Situ Deposition of Alkali and Alkaline Earth Hydride Thin Films To Investigate the Formation of Reactive Hydride Composites
  82. A distributed optical fiber sensor for hydrogen detection based on Pd, and Mg alloys
  83. Thermal stability of gas phase magnesium nanoparticles
  84. Hydrogen Functionalized Materials
  85. In situ electrochemical XRD study of (de)hydrogenation of MgyTi100−y thin films
  86. Opto-mechanical characterization of hydrogen storage properties of Mg–Ni thin film composition spreads
  87. Thermochromic metal-hydride bilayer devices
  88. Unexpected fourfold symmetry in the resistivity of patterned superconductors
  90. Laser-ablated thin films of infinite-layer compounds and related materials
  91. Epitaxial switchable yttrium-hydride mirrors
  92. Anisotropy Induced Crossover from Fractal to Non-Fractal Flux Penetration in High-Tc thin Films
  93. Strong Pinning Mechanisms in High-Tc Superconducting Yba2Cu3O7-δ Thin Films
  94. Angular scaling of critical current measurements on laser-ablated YBa2Cu3O7−δ thin films
  95. Critical current, magnetization relaxation and activation energies for YBa2Cu3O7 and YBa2Cu4O8 films
  96. RBS-PIXE analysis on μm scale on thin film high-Tc superconductors
  97. Flux creep and critical currents in epitaxial high Tc films
  98. Magnetization Relaxation and Resistive Behaviour of High-Tc Superconductors
  99. Thermally activated flux motion in high-Tc superconductors
  100. On the fabrication of flat post-annealed YBa2Cu3O7-† films
  104. Triode-Sputtered High- T c Superconducting Thin Films
  105. Interface Effects of Laser Ablated and Sputtered High Tc Superconducting Thin Films