Electrically Conductive Diamond Membrane for Electrochemical Separation Processes.

Authors: Fang Gao, Christoph E. Nebel

ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2016 Jul 20;8(28):18640-6

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Unusual Water Hydrogen Bond Network around Hydrogenated Nanodiamonds.

Authors: Petit T, Puskar L, Dolenko T, Choudhury S, Ritter E, Burikov S, Laptinskiy K, Brzustowski Q, Schade U, Yuzawa H, Nagasaka M, Kosugi N, Kurzyp M, Venerosy A, Girard H, Arnault J, Osawa E, Nunn N, Shenderova O, Aziz E.F.

J. Phys. Chem. C, 2017, 121 (9), pp 5185–5194

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X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy of TiO2 Nanoparticles in Water Using a Holey Membrane-Based Flow Cell.

Authors: Tristan Petit, Jian Ren, Sneha Choudhury, Ronny Golnak, Sreeju S. N. Lalithambika, Marc F. Tesch, Jie Xiao, Emad F. Aziz.

Adv. Mater. Interfaces, 2017, 4 (23), 1700755, pp 1-6

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Combining nanostructuration with boron doping to alter sub band gap acceptor states in diamond materials.

Authors: Sneha Choudhury, Benjamin Kiendl, Jian Ren, Fang Gao, Peter Knittel, Christoph Nebel, Amélie Venerosy, Hugues Girard, Jean-Charles Arnault, Anke Krueger, Karin Larsson and Tristan Petit.

Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2018, DOI: 10.101039/C8TA05594G

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Colloidal suspension of monodisperse diamond coreshells.

Authors: A. Venerosy, H. A. Girard, S. Saada, M. Sennour, I. Stenger, M. Mermoux, J.C. Arnault

Diamond and Related Materials, Volume 89, October 2018, pp 122-131

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Diamond Colloidal Probe Force Spectroscopy.

Authors: Peter Knittel,  Taro Yoshikawa, Christoph E. Nebel

Analytical Chemistry, Volume 91, April 2019, pp 5537-5541

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A Theoretical Study of the Energetic Stability and Electronic Structure of Terminated and P-doped Diamond (100)-2x1 Surfaces.

Authors: Shuainan Zhao and Karin Larsson

Advances in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Volume 3, Isssue 3, November 2019

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Nanostructured Boron Doped Diamond Electrodes with Increased Reactivity for Solar‐Driven CO2 Reduction in Room Temperature Ionic Liquids.

Authors: Dr. Peter Knittel, Dr. Franziska Buchner, Dr. Emina Hadzifejzovic, Dr. Christian Giese, Patricia Quellmalz, Dr. Robert Seidel, Dr. Tristan Petit, Dr. Boyan Iliev, Dr. Thomas J. S. Schubert, Prof. Christoph E. Nebel and Prof. John S. Foord

ChemCatChem August 2020

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