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The Interaction of Hydrogen with the van der Waals Crystal γ-InSe (2020)
Journal Article
Felton, J., Blundo, E., Ling, S., Glover, J., Kudrynskyi, Z. R., Makarovsky, O., …Patané, A. (2020). The Interaction of Hydrogen with the van der Waals Crystal γ-InSe. Molecules, 25(11), https://doi.org/10.3390/molecules25112526

The emergence of the hydrogen economy requires development in the storage, generation and sensing of hydrogen. The indium selenide (γ-InSe) van der Waals (vdW) crystal shows promise for technologies in all three of these areas. For these applications... Read More about The Interaction of Hydrogen with the van der Waals Crystal γ-InSe.

Quantum confinement and photoresponsivity of β-In2Se3 nanosheets grown by physical vapour transport (2016)
Journal Article
Balakrishnan, N., Staddon, C. R., Smith, E. F., Stec, J., Gay, D., Mudd, G. W., …Beton, P. H. (in press). Quantum confinement and photoresponsivity of β-In2Se3 nanosheets grown by physical vapour transport. 2D Materials, 3(2), 1-8. https://doi.org/10.1088/2053-1583/3/2/025030

We demonstrate that β-In2Se3 layers with thickness ranging from 2.8 – 100 nm can be grown on SiO2/Si, mica and graphite using a physical vapour transport method. The β-In2Se3 layers are chemically stable at room temperature and exhibit a blue-shift o... Read More about Quantum confinement and photoresponsivity of β-In2Se3 nanosheets grown by physical vapour transport.


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