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Agasi, Lorenza; Berry, Frank J.; Carbucicchio, Massimo; Marco, José F.; Mortimer, Michael and Vetel, Frederick F.F. (2002). X-Ray absorption and photoelectron spectroscopic investigation of vanadium interaction with NH4+- and Eu3+-exchanged zeolite-Y following calcination and steam treatment. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 12(10) pp. 3034–3038.

Bassindale, Alan R.; Taylor, Peter G.; Abbate, Vincenzo and Brandstadt, Kurt F. (2009). Simple and mild preparation of silica-enzyme composites from silicic acid solution. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 19(41) pp. 7606–7609.

Chroneos, Alexander; Parfitt, David; Kilner, John A. and Grimes, Robin W. (2010). Anisotropic oxygen diffusion in tetragonal La2NiO4+δ: molecular dynamics calculations. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 20(2) pp. 266–270. file

El Shinawi, H.; Marco, J. F.; Berry, F. J. and Greaves, C. (2010). LaSrCoFeO5, LaSrCoFeO5F and LaSrCoFeO5.5: new La–Sr–Co–Fe perovskites. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 20(16) pp. 3253–3259. file

Marco, José F.; Gancedo, J. Ramón; Gracia, Mercedes; Gautier, Juan Luis; Rios, Edmundo I.; Palmer, Helen M.; Greaves, Colin and Berry, Frank J. (2001). Cation distribution and magnetic structure of the ferrimagnetic spinel NiCo2O4. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 11(12) pp. 3087–3093.

Parfitt, David; Chroneos, Alexander; Tarancón, Albert and Kilner, John A. (2011). Oxygen ion diffusion in cation ordered/disordered GdBaCo2O5+δ. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 21(7) pp. 2183–2186.

Wang, Hao; Chroneos, Alexander; Hall, David; Sgourou, Efi and Schwingenschlogl, Udo (2013). Phosphorous-vacancy-oxygen defects in silicon. Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 1(37) pp. 11384–11388.

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