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Performance of a PEM water electrolysis cell using IrxRuyTazO2 electrocatalysts for the oxygen evolution electrode
AT Marshall, S Sunde, M Tsypkin, R Tunold
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 32 (13), 2320-2324, 2007
4192007
Hydrogen production by advanced proton exchange membrane (PEM) water electrolysers—Reduced energy consumption by improved electrocatalysis
A Marshall, B Børresen, G Hagen, M Tsypkin, R Tunold
Energy 32 (4), 431-436, 2007
3932007
The mechanism of metal nanoparticle formation in plants: limits on accumulation
RG Haverkamp, AT Marshall
Journal of Nanoparticle Research 11, 1453-1463, 2009
3292009
Electrochemical characterisation of IrxSn1− xO2 powders as oxygen evolution electrocatalysts
A Marshall, B Børresen, G Hagen, M Tsypkin, R Tunold
Electrochimica Acta 51 (15), 3161-3167, 2006
2382006
Electrocatalytic activity of IrO2–RuO2 supported on Sb-doped SnO2 nanoparticles
AT Marshall, RG Haverkamp
Electrochimica Acta 55 (6), 1978-1984, 2010
2242010
Preparation and characterisation of nanocrystalline IrxSn1− xO2 electrocatalytic powders
A Marshall, B Børresen, G Hagen, M Tsypkin, R Tunold
Materials Chemistry and Physics 94 (2-3), 226-232, 2005
1882005
Pick your carats: nanoparticles of gold–silver–copper alloy produced in vivo
RG Haverkamp, AT Marshall, D van Agterveld
Journal of Nanoparticle Research 9, 697-700, 2007
1822007
Production of hydrogen by the electrochemical reforming of glycerol–water solutions in a PEM electrolysis cell
AT Marshall, RG Haverkamp
international journal of hydrogen energy 33 (17), 4649-4654, 2008
1582008
Accumulation of gold nanoparticles in Brassic juncea
AT Marshall, RG Haverkamp, CE Davies, JG Parsons, ...
International journal of phytoremediation 9 (3), 197-206, 2007
1542007
Avoid the quasi-equilibrium assumption when evaluating the electrocatalytic oxygen evolution reaction mechanism by Tafel slope analysis
AT Marshall, L Vaisson-Béthune
Electrochemistry Communications 61, 23-26, 2015
802015
Effects of mass transfer on the electrocatalytic CO2 reduction on Cu
CFC Lim, DA Harrington, AT Marshall
Electrochimica acta 238, 56-63, 2017
752017
Iridium oxide-based nanocrystalline particles as oxygen evolution electrocatalysts
A Marshall, B Børresen, G Hagen, S Sunde, M Tsypkin, R Tunold
Russian Journal of Electrochemistry 42, 1134-1140, 2006
712006
Energy resolved XPS depth profile of (IrO2, RuO2, Sb2O5, SnO2) electrocatalyst powder to reveal core‐shell nanoparticle structure
RG Haverkamp, AT Marshall, BCC Cowie
Surface and interface analysis 43 (5), 847-855, 2011
652011
Structure and transformation of oxy-hydroxide films on Ni anodes below and above the oxygen evolution potential in alkaline electrolytes
SR Mellsop, A Gardiner, B Johannessen, AT Marshall
Electrochimica Acta 168, 356-364, 2015
542015
Transformation of abundant magnesium silicate minerals for enhanced CO2 sequestration
A Scott, C Oze, V Shah, N Yang, B Shanks, C Cheeseman, A Marshall, ...
Communications Earth & Environment 2 (1), 25, 2021
492021
Influence of particle size on the electrocatalytic oxidation of glycerol over carbon-supported gold nanoparticles
D Padayachee, V Golovko, B Ingham, AT Marshall
Electrochimica Acta 120, 398-407, 2014
482014
Nanoparticles of IrO2 or Sb–SnO2 increase the performance of iridium oxide DSA electrodes
AT Marshall, RG Haverkamp
Journal of Materials Science 47, 1135-1141, 2012
482012
Model for stretching elastic biopolymers which exhibit conformational transformations
RG Haverkamp, AT Marshall, MAK Williams
Physical Review E 75 (2), 021907, 2007
452007
Electrochemical stability of carbon-supported gold nanoparticles in acidic electrolyte during cyclic voltammetry
JT Steven, VB Golovko, B Johannessen, AT Marshall
Electrochimica Acta 187, 593-604, 2016
432016
Gaseous pollutant treatment and electricity generation in microbial fuel cells (MFCs) utilising redox mediators
Evelyn, Y Li, A Marshall, PA Gostomski
Reviews in Environmental Science and Bio/Technology 13, 35-51, 2014
432014
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