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  1. The role of 1-octyl-3-methylimidazolium hexafluorophosphate in anticorrosion coating formula development
  2. Enhanced Performance of Silicon Negative Electrodes Composited with Titanium Carbide Based MXenes for Lithium-Ion Batteries
  3. Perspective—Redox Ionic Liquid Electrolytes for Supercapattery
  4. Honeycombed activated carbon with greatly increased specific surface by direct activation of glucose for supercapacitors
  5. Linear and non-linear pseudocapacitances with or without diffusion control
  6. Enhancement of photoconversion efficiency and light harvesting ability of TiO2 nanotube-arrays with Cu2ZnSnS4
  7. Current progress on catalytic oxidation of toluene: a review
  8. Nano-channel-based physical and chemical synergic regulation for dendrite-free lithium plating
  9. Fluorinated electrolyte for lithium ion batteries
  10. High Yield and Packing Density Activated Carbon by One-Step Molecular Level Activation of Hydrophilic Pomelo Peel for Supercapacitors
  11. Rheological study and printability investigation of titania inks for Direct Ink Writing process
  12. Indirect electrosynthesis of ammonia from nitrogen and water by a magnesium chloride cycle at atmospheric pressure
  13. Yttria-Stabilized Zirconia Assisted Green Electrochemical Preparation of Silicon from Solid Silica in Calcium Chloride Melt
  14. Mechanisms and Product Options of Magnesiothermic Reduction of Silica to Silicon for Lithium-Ion Battery Applications
  15. Soft electrolyte of mixed ceramic and salt for high temperature iron-air battery
  16. Nanomaterials Enhanced Heat Storage in Molten Salts
  17. A composite surface configuration towards improving cycling stability of Li-rich layered oxide materials
  18. Carbon-emcoating architecture boosts lithium storage of Nb2O5
  19. Making hydrocarbon fuels from carbon dioxide and water in molten salts
  20. Better Understanding of the FFC Cambridge Process
  21. (Invited) Faradaic Charge Storage and Supercapattery Explained
  22. Molten Salts Based Electrochemical Approach to Regenerative Fuels
  23. P3HT:ZnS Based Photovoltaic Devices with Enhanced Performance Assisted by Oxidised Carbon Nanotubes
  24. Aqueous supercapattery with redox electrolytes
  25. Electrochemical study of different membrane materials for the fabrication of stable, reproducible and reusable reference electrode
  26. Steam electrolysis in molten hydroxides for hydrogen
  27. Production of FePO4 with a hierarchical structure
  28. P3HT:ZnS Based Photovoltaic Devices with Enhanced Performance Assisted by Oxidised Carbon Nanotubes
  29. The effect of variable operating parameters for hydrocarbon fuel formation from CO2 by molten salts electrolysis
  30. Hydrocarbon fuels from CO2 and H2O by molten salt electrolysis
  31. Which is better: Nanoporous carbon vs. nanoparticulate carbon for supercapacitors
  32. Silicon prepared by electro-reduction in molten salts as new energy materials
  33. Supercapattery: Merit merge of capacitive and Nernstian charge storage mechanisms
  34. A Co9S8 microsphere and N-doped carbon nanotube composite host material for lithium-sulfur batteries
  35. Design and optimization of electrochemical cell potential for hydrogen gas production
  36. Effects of Pore Widening vs Oxygenation on Capacitance of Activated Carbon in Aqueous Sodium Sulfate Electrolyte
  37. Supercapatteries as High-Performance Electrochemical Energy Storage Devices
  38. Microfluidic formation of highly monodispersed multiple cored droplets using needle‐based system in parallel mode
  39. New Precursors Derived Activated Carbon and Graphene for Aqueous Supercapacitors with Unequal Electrode Capacitances
  40. Environmental assessment of the near-net-shape electrochemical metallisation process and the Kroll-electron beam melting process for titanium manufacture
  41. Invention and fundamentals of the FFC Cambridge Process
  42. Synergetic treatment of dye contaminated wastewater using microparticles functionalized with carbon nanotubes/titanium dioxide nanocomposites
  43. Inter-Particle Electronic and Ionic Modifications of the Ternary Ni-Co-Mn Oxide for Efficient and Stable Lithium Storage
  44. Synthesis and performance optimisation of spray coated Cu2ZnSnS4 absorbing layers from single-source xanthate precursors
  45. Electrochemical investigation of novel reference electrode Ni/Ni(OH)₂ in comparison with silver and platinum inert quasi-reference electrodes for electrolysis in eutectic molten hydroxide
  46. A novel “holey-LFP / graphene / holey-LFP” sandwich nanostructure with significantly improved rate capability for lithium storage
  47. Dental Resin Monomer Enables Unique NbO 2 /Carbon Lithium‐Ion Battery Negative Electrode with Exceptional Performance
  48. Mechano‐Fenton–Piranha Oxidation of Carbon Nanotubes for Energy Application
  49. Physicochemical and Electrochemical Properties of 1,1,2,2‐Tetrafluoroethyl‐2,2,3,3‐Tetrafluoropropyl Ether as a Co‐Solvent for High‐Voltage Lithium‐Ion Electrolytes
  50. Ionic liquids for electricity storage
  51. Intramolecular electrostatics with anions
  52. TiO2 aided sunlight to heat conversion
  53. Polymer-nanocarbon composites
  54. Assessment of toxicity reduction in ZnS substituted CdS:P3HT bulk heterojunction solar cells fabricated using a single-source precursor deposition
  55. Low cost photovoltaics
  56. Polymer microspheres for adsorption of pollutant
  57. Electrochemistry of ferric ions in molten salts
  58. Agar to Activated Carbon for supercapacitor
  59. Molten salts battery
  60. Ultrasonic synthesis of (NH4)Fe2(PO4)2(OH)∙2H2O
  61. Aluminum corrosion behavior in a new fluoro-electrolyte
  62. Basics of Supercapattery
  63. Ni-Co-compounds based supercapattery
  64. Supercapacitor with redox active halide anions
  65. Fluorinated Electrolytes for Li-Ion Batteries
  66. FFC Cambridge Process for titanium production
  67. Rapid preparation of high electrochemical performance LiFePO 4 /C composite cathode material with an ultrasonic-intensified micro-impinging jetting reactor
  68. Mechanisms and Designs of Asymmetrical Electrochemical Capacitors
  69. Oxidation Decomposition Mechanism of Fluoroethylene Carbonate-Based Electrolytes for High-Voltage Lithium Ion Batteries: A DFT Calculation and Experimental Study
  70. Highly Efficient Sulfonic/Carboxylic Dual-Acid Synergistic Catalysis for Esterification Enabled by Sulfur-Rich Graphene Oxide
  71. Advances on transition metal oxides catalysts for formaldehyde oxidation: A review
  72. Synthesis and applications of MOF-derived porous nanostructures
  73. Electrolytes for electrochemical energy storage
  74. Effect of the Changed Electrolytic Cell on the Current Efficiency in FFC Cambridge Process
  75. Magnesia-stabilised zirconia solid electrolyte assisted electrochemical investigation of iron ions in a SiO2–CaO–MgO–Al2O3molten slag at 1723 K
  76. Pseudocapacitance from delocalized valence electrons
  77. High Voltage, Flame Retardant Electrolytes for Lithium-Ion Batteries
  78. Correction: Preparation of Mo nanopowders through electroreduction of solid MoS2 in molten KCl–NaCl
  79. Advanced Extractive Electrometallurgy
  80. Conducting Polymer Nanocomposite-Based Supercapacitors
  81. Supercapattery vs. Supercapacitor and Battery
  82. Polypyrrole/TiO2 nanotube arrays with coaxial heterogeneous structure as sulfur hosts for lithium sulfur batteries
  83. Smart Windows
  84. Dry and Hot Feul Cells
  85. Redox electrode materials for supercapatteries
  86. Bipolarly stacked electrolyser for energy and space efficient fabrication of supercapacitor electrodes
  87. Capacitive and non-capacitive faradaic charge storage
  88. Highly efficient photoanodes based on cascade structural semiconductors of Cu2Se/CdSe/TiO2: a multifaceted approach to achieving microstructural and compositional control
  89. Supercapattery with ionic liquids
  90. Electrochemical processing of lignin in ionic liquids
  91. Inert graphite anode for molten salt electrolysis
  92. Fatty Acids to Biodiesel
  93. Microspheres of graphene and lithium iron phosphate
  94. Photo-electro-catalytic water decomposition on Cu2O-TiO2 nanotube array
  95. Developments for nuclear reactors and spent fuels processing
  96. Knowledge Advancement in Liquid Salts R&D
  97. Liquid Salts for improved energy conversion and storage
  98. Liquid salts benefits to energy efficiency and environmental impact
  99. Faraday Discussion on Liquid Salts
  100. Electrochemical manufacturing of nanocarbons from carbon dioxide in molten alkali metal carbonate salts: roles of alkali metal cations
  101. Correlation of energy storage performance of supercapacitor with iso-propanol improved wettability of aqueous electrolyte on activated carbon electrodes of various apparent densities
  102. Promising prospects of electrochemistry for energy and materials
  103. Environmental and energy gains from using molten magnesium–sodium–potassium chlorides for electro-metallisation of refractory metal oxides
  104. Influence of CO2 Gas in the Electro-Carburisation Process of Mild Steel
  105. Cell voltage versus electrode potential range in aqueous supercapacitors
  106. Redox active nanostructured carbons for supercapattery
  107. Electrochemical Preparation of Fine Powders of Nickel-Boron Alloys in Molten Chlorides for Magnetic Hydrogenation Catalysts
  108. Redox Electrolytes in Supercapacitors
  109. Organoaqueous electrolytes for cold winter
  110. Titanium carbide nanocube core induced interfacial growth of crystalline polypyrrole/polyvinyl alcohol lamellar shell for wide-temperature range supercapacitors
  111. The FFC Cambridge process and its relevance to valorisation of ilmenite and titanium-rich slag
  112. Role of surface contaminants, functionalities, defects and electronic structure: general discussion
  113. Carbon electrodes for energy storage: general discussion
  114. The many faces of carbon in electrochemistry: general discussion
  115. Investigation of electrochemical reduction of GeO2 to Ge in molten CaCl2-NaCl
  116. Influences of graphite anode area on electrolysis of solid metal oxides in molten salts
  117. (Invited) An Overview of the REFINE Project --- The Sustainable Reduction of Spent Fuel Vital in a Closed Loop Nuclear Energy Cycle
  118. Molten Salt Assisted Electrochemical Separation of Spent Fuel Surrogates by Partial Direct Reduction and Selective Anodic Dissolution
  119. Influences of ions and temperature on performance of carbon nano-particulates in supercapacitors with neutral aqueous electrolytes
  120. Assessing the accuracy of loss estimation methods for supercapacitor energy storage devices operating under constant power cycling
  121. Indirect electrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide to carbon nanopowders in molten alkali carbonates: Process variables and product properties
  122. A sunlight assisted dual purpose photoelectrochemical cell for low voltage removal of heavy metals and organic pollutants in wastewater
  123. Achieving low voltage half electrolysis with a supercapacitor electrode
  124. Electro-deposition and re-oxidation of carbon in carbonate-containing molten salts
  125. Electrochemical fabrication of porous Sn/SnSb negative electrodes from mixed SnO2–Sb2O3
  126. Preparation of Mo nanopowders through electroreduction of solid MoS2in molten KCl–NaCl
  127. Carbon electrodeposition in molten salts: electrode reactions and applications
  128. Cryo-solvatochromism in ionic liquids
  129. Carbon electrode interfaces for synthesis, sensing and electrocatalysis: general discussion
  130. Study of liquid ion diffusion in electroreduction of solid WS 2 cathode to nanometer W in molten NaCl-KCl using an instantaneous ion release and diffusion model
  131. Liquid diffusion of the instantaneously released oxygen ion in the electrolytic porous Fe from solid Fe2O3 in molten CaCl2
  132. Understanding supercapacitors based on nano-hybrid materials with interfacial conjugation
  133. Electrochemical Near-Net-Shape Production Via the FFC Cambridge Process --- Dedication to the Special Session for the 2012 Max Bredig Award
  134. Near-Net-Shape Production of Hollow Titanium Alloy Components via Electrochemical Reduction of Metal Oxide Precursors in Molten Salts
  135. Up-scalable and controllable electrolytic production of photo-responsive nanostructured silicon
  136. A comparative study of anodic oxidation of bromide and chloride ions on platinum electrodes in 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium hexafluorophosphate
  137. A PRS model for accurate prediction of the optimal solid oxide cathode structure for the preparation of metals in molten chlorides
  138. Forming metal powders by electrolysis
  139. 1.9 V aqueous carbon–carbon supercapacitors with unequal electrode capacitances
  140. The Effect of Cooling Rate in Molten Salt Electro-Carburisation Process
  141. A Robust Alumina Membrane Reference Electrode for High Temperature Molten Salts
  142. Produced water treatment technologies
  143. Supercapattery vs Supercapacitor
  144. Evaluation of a digitally controlled power electronic emulator for supercapacitor
  145. Electrolysis of solid metal sulfide to metal and sulfur in molten NaCl–KCl
  146. Carbon nanotube/titanium dioxide (CNT/TiO2) core–shell nanocomposites with tailored shell thickness, CNT content and photocatalytic/photoelectrocatalytic properties
  147. Interfacial Synthesis: Amphiphilic Monomers Assisted Ultrarefining of Mesoporous Manganese Oxide Nanoparticles and the Electrochemical Implications
  148. Electrochemical Detection
  149. 20 V stack of aqueous supercapacitors with carbon (−), titanium bipolar plates and CNT‐polypyrrole composite (+)
  150. Processing Nanomaterials in Molten Salts: Partially Electrometallized TiO2 as Pt Support for Enhanced Catalytic Oxidation of CO and CH3OH
  151. Synthesis, Characterization, and Electrochemical Properties of Diruthenium Complexes Bridged by Anthraquinones
  152. Theoretical specific capacitance based on charge storage mechanisms of conducting polymers: Comment on ‘Vertically oriented arrays of polyaniline nanorods and their super electrochemical properties’
  153. Capture of Carbon dioxide by hydroxyl functionalized ionic liquid
  154. Utilisation of Carbon Dioxide for Electro-Carburisation of Mild Steel in Molten Carbonate Salts
  155. Electrochemical Considerations in Supercapacitors with Nanocomposites
  156. Nanocomposites of manganese oxides and carbon nanotubes for aqueous supercapacitor stacks
  157. ChemInform Abstract: Solid State Electro‐reduction in Liquid Salts
  158. A Golden Episode Continues Fenton’s Colorful Story
  159. Eine goldene Episode in der farbenfrohen Geschichte des Fenton‐Reagens
  160. Electrodeposition of Nonconducting Polymers: Roles of Carbon Nanotubes in the Process and Products
  161. Metal‐to‐Oxide Molar Volume Ratio: The Overlooked Barrier to Solid‐State Electroreduction and a “Green” Bypass through Recyclable NH4HCO3
  162. Metal‐to‐Oxide Molar Volume Ratio: The Overlooked Barrier to Solid‐State Electroreduction and a “Green” Bypass through Recyclable NH4HCO3
  163. Nanostructured materials for the construction of asymmetrical supercapacitors
  164. Rationalisation and optimisation of solid state electro-reduction of SiO2 to Si in molten CaCl2 in accordance with dynamic three-phase interlines based voltammetry
  165. Unequalisation of electrode capacitances for enhanced energy capacity in asymmetrical supercapacitors
  166. Cyclic Voltammetry of ZrO[sub 2] Powder in the Metallic Cavity Electrode in Molten CaCl[sub 2]
  167. Microstructures of Electro-Carburized Mild Steels
  168. Cyclic Voltammetry of Solid TiO
  169. Phase-Tunable Fabrication of Consolidated (α+β)-TiZr Alloys for Biomedical Applications through Molten Salt Electrolysis of Solid Oxides
  170. Affordable electrolytic ferrotitanium alloys with marine engineering potentials
  171. ChemInform Abstract: Solid State Reactions: An Electrochemical Approach in Molten Salts
  172. Carbon nanotubes/titanium dioxide (CNTs/TiO2) nanocomposites prepared by conventional and novel surfactant wrapping sol–gel methods exhibiting enhanced photocatalytic activity
  173. Selecting the power electronic interface for a supercapattery based energy storage system
  174. Cyclic voltammetry of electroactive and insulative compounds in solid state: A revisit of AgCl in aqueous solutions assisted by metallic cavity electrode and chemically modified electrode
  175. Solar‐thermochromism of Pseudocrystalline Nanodroplets of Ionic Liquid–NiII Complexes Immobilized inside Translucent Microporous PVDF Films
  176. Individual and Bipolarly Stacked Asymmetrical Aqueous Supercapacitors of CNTs/SnO[sub 2] and CNTs/MnO[sub 2] Nanocomposites
  177. Direct and low energy electrolytic co-reduction of mixed oxides to zirconium-based multi-phase hydrogen storage alloys in molten salts
  178. Solid State Electro-Reduction in Liquid Salts
  179. Photo-electro-catalysis enhancement on carbon nanotubes/titanium dioxide (CNTs/TiO2) composite prepared by a novel surfactant wrapping sol–gel method
  180. Eight-electron oxidation of borohydride at potentials negative to reversible hydrogen electrode
  181. Electrochemical Conversion of Oxide Precursors to Consolidated Zr and Zr−2.5Nb Tubes
  182. Distinct element modelling of cubic particle packing and flow
  183. Manganese oxide based materials for supercapacitors
  184. Carbon nanotube and conducting polymer composites for supercapacitors
  185. Switching on Fast Lithium Ion Conductivity in Garnets: The Structure and Transport Properties of Li3+xNd3Te2−xSbxO12
  186. Ferrocene Sensors
  187. Electrochemical Methods to Enhance the Capacitance in Activated Carbon/Polyaniline Composites
  188. Computer-aided control of electrolysis of solid Nb2O5 in molten CaCl2
  189. Thermo-solvatochromism of chloro-nickel complexes in 1-hydroxyalkyl-3-methyl-imidazolium cation based ionic liquids
  190. Internally referenced analysis of charge-transfer reactions in a new ferrocenyl bithiophenic conducting polymer through cyclic voltammetry
  191. Solid state reactions: an electrochemical approach in molten salts
  192. The measurement of specific capacitances of conducting polymers using the quartz crystal microbalance
  193. An Asymmetrical Supercapacitor Based on CNTs/SnO2 and CNTs/MnO2 Nanocomposites Working at 1.7 V in Aqueous Electrolyte
  194. A comparative study on electrochemical co-deposition and capacitance of composite films of conducting polymers and carbon nanotubes
  195. Nanoscale Microelectrochemical Cells on Carbon Nanotubes
  196. Electrolysis of solid MoS2 in molten CaCl2 for Mo extraction without CO2 emission
  197. Electro-reduction of cuprous chloride powder to copper nanoparticles in an ionic liquid
  198. Study on the reduction of highly porous TiO2 precursors and thin TiO2 layers by the FFC-Cambridge process
  199. More affordable electrolytic LaNi5-type hydrogen storage powders
  200. Achieving high electrode specific capacitance with materials of low mass specific capacitance: Potentiostatically grown thick micro-nanoporous PEDOT films
  201. Roles of Cationic and Elemental Calcium in the Electro-Reduction of Solid Metal Oxides in Molten Calcium Chloride
  202. Three‐Phase Interlines Electrochemically Driven into Insulator Compounds: A Penetration Model and Its Verification by Electroreduction of Solid AgCl
  203. Thin Pellets:  Fast Electrochemical Preparation of Capacitor Tantalum Powders
  204. Structure and Ionic‐Transport Properties of Lithium‐Containing Garnets Li3Ln3Te2O12 (Ln: Y, Pr, Nd, Sm—Lu).
  205. Electrolytic reduction of mixed solid oxides in molten salts for energy efficient production of the TiNi alloy
  206. Structure and Ionic-Transport Properties of Lithium-Containing Garnets Li3Ln3Te2O12 (Ln = Y, Pr, Nd, Sm−Lu)
  207. Electrochemically Driven Three‐Phase Interlines into Insulator Compounds: Electroreduction of Solid SiO2 in Molten CaCl2
  208. A direct electrochemical route from oxide precursors to the terbium–nickel intermetallic compound TbNi5
  209. Extraction of titanium from different titania precursors by the FFC Cambridge process
  210. Improvement of the glass-forming ability of Zr55Cu30Al10Ni5 and Cu47Ti34Zr11Ni8 alloys by electro-deoxidation of the melts
  211. A Direct Electrochemical Route from Ilmenite to Hydrogen‐Storage Ferrotitanium Alloys
  212. Chromium metal powder from its oxide powder
  213. Electrolytic synthesis of TbFe2 from Tb4O7 and Fe2O3 powders in molten CaCl2
  214. Electrochemical Metallization of Solid Terbium Oxide
  215. Electrochemical Metallization of Solid Terbium Oxide
  216. A morphological study of the FFC chromium and titanium powders
  217. “Perovskitization”‐Assisted Electrochemical Reduction of Solid TiO2 in Molten CaCl2
  218. “Perovskitization”‐Assisted Electrochemical Reduction of Solid TiO2 in Molten CaCl2
  219. Carbon nanotube stabilised emulsions for electrochemical synthesis of porous nanocomposite coatings of poly[3,4-ethylene-dioxythiophene]
  220. A study of the film formation kinetics on zinc in different acidic corrosion inhibitor solutions by quartz crystal microbalance
  221. Electrochemistry at Conductor/Insulator/Electrolyte Three-Phase Interlines:  A Thin Layer Model
  222. Unusual anodic behaviour of chloride ion in 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium hexafluorophosphate
  223. A quartz sealed Ag/AgCl reference electrode for CaCl2 based molten salts
  224. Voltammetric Studies of Through-Space and Through-Bond Electrostatic Interactions in Alkyl Linked Ferrocene and Benzoaza-15-crown-5 Receptor Molecules in Acetonitrile
  225. Metallic Cavity Electrodes for Investigation of Powders
  226. Electrochemical fabrication and capacitance of composite films of carbon nanotubes and polyaniline
  227. Tuning the maximum absorption wavelengths of phthalocyanine derivatives
  228. Microstructure development in drying latex coatings
  229. Electrochemical Synthesis of LiTiO2 and LiTi2O4 in Molten LiCl.
  230. Controlling the nanostructure of electrochemically grown nanoporous composites of carbon nanotubes and conducting polymers
  231. Intramolecular Electrostatics: Coulomb's Law at Sub‐Nanometers
  232. Electrochemical Synthesis of LiTiO2 and LiTi2O4 in Molten LiCl
  233. Studies of deposition of and charge storage in polypyrrole–chloride and polypyrrole–carbon nanotube composites with an electrochemical quartz crystal microbalance
  234. Electrochemical removal of oxygen for processing glass-forming alloys
  235. Redox deposition of manganese oxide on graphite for supercapacitors
  236. Toward optimisation of electrolytic reduction of solid chromium oxide to chromium powder in molten chloride salts
  237. Direct electrolytic preparation of chromium powder
  238. Reduction of titanium and other metal oxides using electrodeoxidation
  239. Electrochemical Preparation of Silicon and Its Alloys from Solid Oxides in Molten Calcium Chloride
  240. Electrochemical Preparation of Silicon and Its Alloys from Solid Oxides in Molten Calcium Chloride
  241. Circuit elements in carbon nanotube-polymer composites
  242. Electrochemical Fabrication of Nickel Manganese Gallium Alloy Powder
  243. Superconducting Nb3Sn intermetallics made by electrochemical reduction of Nb2O5–SnO2 oxides
  244. Bis(calix[4]diquinone) Receptors:  Cesium- and Rubidium-Selective Redox-Active Ionophores
  245. Characterizing the Dopant Behavior of Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes in Conducting Polymers
  246. Electrolytic, TEM and Raman studies on the production of carbon nanotubes in molten NaCl
  247. A feasibility study of scaling-up the electrolytic production of carbon nanotubes in molten salts
  248. Fe-Filled Carbon Nanotubes:  Nano-electromagnetic Inductors
  249. Fe-filled carbon nanotube-polystyrene: RCL composites
  250. Niobium based intermetallics as a source of high-current/high magnetic field superconductors
  251. Electrochemical investigation of lithium intercalation into graphite from molten lithium chloride
  252. Electrochemical Capacitance of Nanocomposite Films Formed by Coating Aligned Arrays of Carbon Nanotubes with Polypyrrole
  253. Electrochemical Capacitance of a Nanoporous Composite of Carbon Nanotubes and Polypyrrole
  254. Electrochemical Removal of Oxygen in amorphous Zr55Cu30Al10Ni5
  255. Voltammetric Studies of the Oxygen-Titanium Binary System in Molten Calcium Chloride
  256. The Effect of Nanotube Loading and Dispersion on the Three-Dimensional Nanostructure of Carbon Nanotube-Conducting Polymer Composite Films
  257. Cathodic deoxygenation of the alpha case on titanium and alloys in molten calcium chloride
  258. Synthesis and Electrochemical Polymerisation of Calix[4]pyrroles Containing N-substituted Pyrrole Moieties
  259. Cesium- and Rubidium-Selective Redox-Active Bis(calix[4]diquinone) Ionophores
  260. Cesium- and Rubidium-Selective Redox-Active Bis(calix[4]diquinone) Ionophores
  261. ChemInform Abstract: Direct Electrochemical Reduction of Titanium Dioxide to Titanium in Molten Calcium Chloride.
  262. Doping and Electrochemical Capacitance of Carbon Nanotube-Polypyrrole Composite Films
  263. A low resistance boron-doped carbon nanotube–polystyrene composite
  264. Mixed-Phase W x Mo y C z S 2 Nanotubes
  265. Direct electrochemical reduction of titanium dioxide to titanium in molten calcium chloride
  266. Carbon Nanotube and Polypyrrole Composites: Coating and Doping
  267. Morphology, structure and growth of WS2 nanotubes
  268. Electrochemical Recognition of Charged and Neutral Guest Species by Redox-active Receptor Molecules
  269. Electrochemical molecular recognition: pathways between complexation and signalling
  270. Electrolytic conversion of graphite to carbon nanotubes in fused salts
  271. Novel voltammetric responses of a 1,1′-ferrocene bis(methylene aza-18-crown-6) receptor to group 1 and 2 metal cations in acetonitrile
  272. Lower-rim ferrocenyl substituted calixarenes: New electrochemical sensors for anions
  274. New Ionophoric Calix[4]diquinones:  Coordination Chemistry, Electrochemistry, and X-ray Crystal Structures
  275. New Bis- and Tris-Ferrocenoyl and Tris-Benzoyl Lower-rim Substituted Calix[5]arene Esters: Synthesis, Electrochemistry and X-ray Crystal Structures
  276. Transition metal cation and phosphate anion electrochemical recognition in water by new polyaza ferrocene macrocyclic ligands
  277. Electrochemical response to anions in acetonitrile by neutral molecular receptors containing ferrocene, amide and amine moieties
  278. Synthesis and Characterization of Novel Acyclic, Macrocyclic, and Calix[4]arene Ruthenium(II) Bipyridyl Receptor Molecules That Recognize and Sense Anions
  279. Synthesis and electrochemical polymerization of calix[4]arenes containing N-substituted pyrrole moieties
  280. Effects of calixarenes on the electrochemical reduction of buckminsterfullerene, C60
  281. Voltammetric and NMR studies of a bis(ferrocenecarboxamide)-substituted diaza 18-crown-6 receptor that simultaneously complexes and electrochemically recognises both cations and anions
  282. Synthesis and X-ray crystal structure of a new redox-active calix[5]arene containing a totally included ethanol molecule
  283. Asymmetrical complexation and simultaneous electrochemical recognition of two different group 2 metal cations by a 1,1′-ferrocene-bis(methylene aza-18-crown-6) receptor
  284. Electrochemical recognition of group 1 and 2 metal cations by redox-active ionophores
  285. Electrochemical studies of the conformational and sodium cation complexation properties of calix[4]arenediquinones
  286. Cation Recognition by New Diester- and Diamide-Calix[4]arenediquinones and a Diamide-Benzo-15-Crown-5-Calix[4]arene
  287. Diester-calix[4]arenediquinone complexation and electrochemical recognition of group 1 and 2, ammonium and alkyl ammonium guest cations.
  288. Metal, ammonium and alkyl ammonium cation recognition by a novel calix[4]arenediquinone crown ether
  289. A new bipyridinium bis benzo crown ether ligand whose redox properties are dependent upon complexed cation induced conformational switching effects
  290. Corrigenda
  291. Anion recognition by novel ruthenium(II) bipyridyl calix[4]arene receptor molecules
  292. ChemInform Abstract: New Polyaza and Polyammonium Ferrocene Macrocyclic Ligands That Complex and Electrochemically Recognise Transition Metal Cations and Phosphate Anions in Water.
  293. New polyaza and polyammonium ferrocene macrocyclic ligands that complex and electrochemically recognise transition metal cations and phosphate anions in water
  294. Selective electrochemical recognition of the dihydrogen phosphate anion in the presence of hydrogen sulfate and chloride ions by new neutral ferrocene anion receptors
  295. Nonaqueous electrochemistry of polypyrrole/polystyrenesulfonate composite films: voltammetric, coulometric, EPR, and a.c. impedance studies
  296. Spectroscopic and electrochemical studies of charge transfer in modified electrodes
  297. Porous Graphene