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Dimers of acetic acid in helium nanodroplets (2018)
Journal Article
Davies, J. A., Hanson-Heine, M. W. D., Besley, N. A., Shirley, A., Trowers, J., Yang, S., & Ellis, A. M. (2018). Dimers of acetic acid in helium nanodroplets. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, doi:10.1039/c8cp05934a

The structural arrangement of small carboxylic acid molecules in the liquid phase remains a controversial topic. Some studies indicate a dominance of the cyclic dimer that prevails in the gas phase, whilst other studies favor short fragments of the i... Read More

Can aliphatic anchoring groups be utilised with dyes for p-type dye sensitized solar cells? (2016)
Journal Article
Hao, Y., Wood, C. J., Clark, C. A., Calladine, J. A., Horvath, R., Hanson-Heine, M. W. D., …Gibson, E. A. (2016). Can aliphatic anchoring groups be utilised with dyes for p-type dye sensitized solar cells?. Dalton Transactions, 45(18), 7708-7719. doi:10.1039/c6dt00146g

A series of novel laterally anchoring tetrahydroquinoline derivatives have been synthesized and investigated for their use in NiO-based p-type dye-sensitized solar cells. The kinetics of charge injection and recombination at the NiO-dye interface for... Read More