1963–1993 | 1994–2000 | 2001–current

  1. Formation of hydrides of fullerene-C60and C70; A.G. Avent, A.D. Darwish, D.K. Heimbach, H.W. Kroto, M.F. Meidine, J.P. Parsons, C. Remars, R. Roers, O. Ohashi, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, J. Chem. Soc., Perkin Trans. 2, 15 (1994).
  2. Improved chromatographic separation of C60and C70; A.D. Darwish, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun., 15 (1994).
  3. The structure of C60Ph5Cl and C60Ph5H, formed via electrophilic aromatic substitution; A.G. Avent, P.R. Birkett, J.D. Crane, A.D. Darwish, G.J. Langley, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun., 1463 (1994).
  4. Formation of fullerols via hydroboration of fullerene-C60; N.S. Schneider, A.D. Darwish, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun., 463 (1994).
  5. Phosphorus/Buckminsterfullerene intercalation compound, C60(P4)2; I W Locke, A D Darwish, H W Kroto, K Prassides, R Taylor and D R M Walton; Chem. Phys. Lett., 225, 186 (1994)
  6. Pentamethylcyclopentadiene adducts of [60]- and [70]fullerene; M F Meidine, A G Avent, A D Darwish, H W Kroto, O Ohashi, R Taylor and D R M Walton, J. Chem. Soc. Dalton Trans. 2, 1189 (1994)
  7. Reaction of [70]Fullerene with benzyne; A.D. Darwish, A.K. Abdul-Sada, G.J. Langley, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun., 2133 (1994).
  8. The structure and reactivity of C60; H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, Pure Appl. Chem., 66, 2091 (1994).
  9. The fullerenes – precursors for 21st century materals; A.G Avent, P.R. Birkett, C. Christides, J.D. Crane, A.D. Darwish, P.B. Hitchcock, H.W. Kroto, K. Prassides, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, Pure Appl. Chem., 66, 1389 (1994).
  10. The structure of buckminsterfullerene compounds; A.G. Avent, P.R. Birkett, C. Christides, J.D. Crane, A.D. Darwish, P.B. Hitchcock, H.W. Kroto, M.F. Meidine, K. Prassides, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, J. Mol. Struct., 325, 1 (1994).
  11. cis-Bromine addition to the bicyclopentene addend on [60]Fullerene; M.F. Meidine, A.G. Avent, A.D. Darwish, G.J. Langley, W. Locke, O. Ohashi, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, J. Chem. Soc. Perkin Trans 2, 2125 (1994).
  12. Smaller carbon species in the laboratory and space; H. W. Kroto, Internat. J. Mass Spectrometry & Ion Processes, 138, 1 (1994).
  13. The charisma of C60 Buckminsterfullerene; H. W. Kroto, M.R.S. Bull., 19, 21 (1994).
  14. New horizons in carbon chemistry and materials science; H.W. Kroto, J.P. Hare, A. Sarkar, K. Hsu, M. Terrones and J.R. Abeysinghe, M.R.S. Bull., 19, 51 (1994).
  15. Formation of fullerene-C60by pyrolysis of naphthalene; R. Taylor, H.W. Kroto, D.R.M. Walton and G.J. Langley, Mol. Mat., 4, 7 (1994).
  16. Phenylation of [60]fullerene; R. Taylor, A.G. Avent, P.R. Birkett, J.D. Crane, A.D. Darwish, G.J. Langley, H.W. Kroto and D.R.M. Walton; Novel Forms of Carbon II, MRS., 349, 107 (1994).
  17. Oxygenated species in the products of fluorination of [60]- and [70] Fullerene by fluorine gas; R.Taylor, G.J. Langley, J.H. Holloway, E.G. Hope, A.K. Brisdon, H.W. Kroto and D.R.M. Walton, J. Chem. Soc., Perkin Trans. 2, 181 (1995).
  18. Formation of methylene adducts of [60]-, [70]-, [78]-, and [84]-fullerenes by reaction of fullerene-containing soot extract with THF; P.R. Birkett, A.D. Darwish, H.W. Kroto, G.J. Langley, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, J. Chem. Soc. Perkin Trans. 2, 511 (1995).
  19. Formation and characterisation of C70Cl10; P. R. Birkett, A.G. Avent, A.D. Darwish, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun., 683 (1995).
  20. Theoretical characterisation of C70Cl10: the role of 1,4-addition across hexagonal rings; S.J. Austen, P.W. Fowler, J.P.B. Sandall, P.R. Birkett, A.G. Avent, A.D. Darwish, H.W.Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, J. Chem. Soc. Perkin Trans 2, 1027 (1995)
  21. Hemi-toroidal networks in pyrolytic carbon nanotubes; A. Sarkar, M. Endo and H.W. Kroto, Carbon, 33 51 (1995).
  22. Holey fullerenes! A bis-lactone derivative of [70]fullerene with an 11-atom orifice; P.R. Birkett, A.G. Avent, A.D. Darwish, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun., 1869 (1995).
  23. Condensed phase nanotubes; W.K. Hsu, J.P. Hare, M. Terrones, H.W. Kroto and D.R.M. Walton, Nature, 377, 687 (1995).
  24. Polyhydrogenation of [60]- and [70]- fullerenes; A.D. Darwish, A.K. Abdul-Sada, G.J. Langley, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, J. Chem. Soc. Perkin Trans. 2, 2359 (1995).
  25. Reaction of [60]fullerene with triethylamine; J. Pola, A.D. Darwish, R.A. Jackson, H.W. Kroto, M.F. Meidine, A.J. Abdul-Sada, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, Fullerene Sci. Technol.,3, 229 (1995)
  26. Formation of [60]fullerene by pyrolysis of coranulene, 7,10-bis(2,2-dibromovinyl)-fluoranthene and 11,12-benzofluoranthene; C.J. Crowley, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor, D.R.M. Walton, M.S. Bratcher, P.-C. Cheng and L.T. Scott; Tetrahedron Lett., 9215 (1995).
  27. Physico-chemical studies on nanotubes and their encapsulated compounds; J.P. Hare, W.-K. Hsu, H.W.Kroto, A. Lappas, W.K. Maser, A.J. Pierik, K. Prassides, R. Taylor, M. Terrones and D.R.M. Walton in “Recent Advances in the Chemistry and Physics of Fullerenes and Related Materials”M. Kadisch and R.S. Ruoff (Eds), Electrochem. Soc., 2, 599-620 (1995).
  28. Nanoscale encapsulation of molybdenum carbide in carbon clusters; J.P. Hare, W-K Hsu, H.W. Kroto, A. Lappas, K. Prassides, M. Terrones and D.R.M. Walton, Chem. Mater., 8, 6-8 (1996).
  29. Synthesis and characterisation of the methanofullerenes, C60(CHCN) and C60(CBr2); A.M. Benito, A.D. Darwish, H.W. Kroto, M.F. Meidine, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton,Tetrahedron Lett., 1085-1086 (1996).
  30. Formation of C70Ph10and C70Ph8from the electrophile C70Cl10; P.R. Birkett, A.G. Avent, A.D. Darwish, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, Tetrahedron, 52, 5235-5246 (1996).
  31. Hydrogenation of [76]-, [78]- and [84]fullerenes; A.D. Darwish, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, J. Chem. Soc., Perkin Trans. 2, 1415-1418 (1996).
  32. Polyhydrogenation of [60]- and [70]fullerenes with Zn/HCl and Zn/DCl; A.D. Darwish, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, Synthetic Mets., 77, 303-307 (1996).
  33. Recent developments in hydrogenation and arylation of [60]- and [70]fullerenes, A.G. Avent, P.R. Birkett, A.D. Darwish, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, Mol. Mat., 7, 33-40 (1996).
  34. Preparation and characterisation of C70Ph9OH: the first fullerene with a single hydroxy group attached to the cage; P.R. Birkett, A.G. Avent, A.D. Darwish, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, J. Chem. Soc. Chem. Commun., 1231-1232 (1996).
  35. Electrical, magnetic and structural characterisation of fullerene soots; L.J. Dunne, A.K. Sarkar, H.W. Kroto, J. Munn, P. Kathirgamanathan, U. Heinen, J. Fernandez, J.P. Hare, D.G. Reid and A.D. Clark, J. Physics-Condensed Matter, 8, 2127-2141 (1996).
  36. Fullerene-based materials science at Sussex, J.P. Hare, W-K. Hsu, M. Terrones, A. Sarkar, S.G. Firth, A. Lappas, R. Abeysinghe, H.W. Kroto, K. Prassides, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, Mol. Mat., 7, 17-22 (1996).
  37. Regiochemical clustering in halogenation of C60and C70; P.R. Birkett, H.W. Kroto, R.Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, Mol. Mat., 7, 27-32 (1996).
  38. Pyrolytic production of fullerenes; C.J. Crowley, R. Taylor, H.W. Kroto, D.R.M. Walton, P-C. Cheng and L.T. Scott, Synth. Mets., 77, 17-22 (1996).
  39. Chlorination and arylation of [60]- and [70]fullerenes; P.R. Birkett, A.D. Darwish, A.G. Avent, H.W. Kroto, R. Taylor and D.R.M. Walton, Proc. NATO Workshop, 316, 199-213 (1996).
  40. Graphitic structures: from planar to spheres, toroids and helices; M Terrones, W-K Hsu, J P Hare, H W Kroto, H Terrones and D R M Walton, Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. Lond., A354, 2025-2054 (1996).
  41. Pyrolytically grown BxCyNznanomaterials: nanofibres and nanotubes; M Terrones, A M Benito, C Manteca-Diego, W-K Hsu, O I Osman, J P Hare, D G Reid, H Terrones, A K Cheetham, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, Chem. Phys. Lett., 257, 576-582 (1996).
  42. Metal particle catalysed production of nanoscale BN structures; M Terrones, W-K Hsu, H Terrones, J P Zhang, S Ramos, J P Hare, R Castillo, K Prassides, A K Cheetham, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, Chem. Phys. Lett., 259, 568-573 (1996).
  43. Production of carbon nanotubes and graphitic onions by condensed phase electrolysis; W-K Hsu, J P Hare, D G Reid, H W Kroto and D R M Walton in H Kuzmany, J Fink, M Mehring and S Roth (Eds), Fullerenes and Fullerene Structures, World Scientific, 1996, pp 226-231.
  44. Morphology effects of catalytic particles in pyrolytic grown BxCyNz nanofibres and nanotubes; M Terrones, A N Benito, W K Hsu, O I Osman, J P Hare, D G Reid, K Prassides, H W Kroto, C Manteca-Diego, H Terrones and D R M Walton in H Kusmany, J Fink, M Mehring and S Roth (Eds), Fullerenes and Fullerene Structures, World Scientific, 1996, pp 243-249.
  45. Electrolytic formation of carbon nanostructures; W-K Hsu, M Terrones, J P Hare, H Terrones, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, Chem. Phys. Lett., 262, 161-166 (1996).
  46. Phosphine-catalysed cycloaddition of buta-2,3-dienoates and but-2-ynoates with [60]fullerene; B F O’Donovan, P B Hitchcock, M F Meidine, H W Kroto, R Taylor and D R M Walton, J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun., 81-82 (1997).
  47. Platinum(0)-[60]fullerene complexes with chelating phosphine ligands. Synthesis and characterisation of (h-C60)Pt(P-P) [P-P = dppe, dppp]; M van Wijnkoop, M F Meidine, A G Avent, A D Darwish, H W Kroto, R Taylor and D R M Walton, J. Chem. Soc. Dalton Trans.,675-676 (1997).
  48. Preparation and characterisation of unsymmetrical C60Ph4and symmetrical C60Ph2: the effect of regioselective attack upon C60Cl6; P R Birkett, A G Avent, A D Darwish, H W Kroto, R Taylor, D R M Walton, J. Chem. Soc. Perkin Trans. 2, 457-461 (1997)
  49. Arylation of [60]fullerene via electrophilic aromatic substitution involving the electrophile C60Cl6: frontside nucleophilic substitution of fullerenes; P R Birkett, A G Avent, A D Darwish, I Hahn, H W Kroto, G J Langley, J O’Loughlin, R Taylor and D R M Walton, J. Chem. Soc. Perkin Trans. 2, 1121 (1997)
  50. Synthesis of nanotubes via catalytic pyrolysis of acetylene: a SEM study; T E Möller, D G Reid, W K Hsu, J P Hare, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, Carbon, 35, 951 (1997)
  51. Controlled production of aligned-nanotube bundles; M Terrones, N Grobert, J Olivares, J P Zhang, H Terrones, K Kordatos, W K Hsu, J P Hare, P D Townsend, K Prassides, A Cheetham, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, Nature, 388, 52 (1997)
  52. The Diels-Alder adduct of C70Ph8with anthracene; A G Avent, P R Birkett, A D Darwish, H W Kroto, R Taylor and D R M Walton, Fullerene Sci. Technol., 5, 643 (1997)
  53. Arylation of Br2/FeCl3/PhH: formation of C58derivatives via CO loss; A D Darwish, P R Birkett, G J Langley, H W Kroto, R Taylor and D R M Walton, Fullerene Sci. Technol., 5, 705 (1997)
  54. Synthetic routes to novel nanomaterials; M Terrones, W K Hsu, J P Hare, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, Fullerene Sci. Technol., 5, 813 (1997)
  55. The structure of fullerene compounds; A G Avent, A M Benito, P R Birkett, A D Darwish, P B Hitchcock, H W Kroto, I W Locke, M F Meidine, B F O’Donovan, K Prassides, R Taylor, M van Wijnkoop and D R M Walton, J. Mol. Struct., 436-437, 1-9 (1997)
  56. Transition metal surface decorated fullerene as possible catalytic agents for the creation of single-walled nanotubes of uniformed diameter; P R Birkett, A J Cheetham, B R Eggen, J P Hare, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, Chem. Phys. Lett., 281, 111-114 (1997)
  57. Symmetry, space, stars and C60; H W Kroto, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl., 36, 1578 (1997), also Rev. Modern Physics, 69, 703 (1997). Nobel lectures in Chemistry 1996. Solid azafullerenes and azafullerides; K Prassides, F Wudl and W Andreoni, Fullerene Sci. Technol., 5, 801-812 (1997)
  58. Fullerenes; K Prassides, Current Opinion in Solid State and Materials Science, 2, 433-439 (1997)
  59. Spontaneous oxidation of C60Ph5X (X = H, Cl) to a benzo[b]furanyl[60]fullerene; A G Avent, P R Birkett, A D Darwish, H W Kroto, R Taylor and D R M Walton, J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun., 1579-1580 (1997)
  60. Novel nanotubes and encapsulated nanowires; M Terrones, W K Hsu, A Schilder, H Terrones, N Grobert, J P Hare, Y Q Zhu, M Schwoerer, K Prassides, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, Appl. Phys. A, 66, 307-317 (1998)
  61. Novel formation of a phenylated isoquinolino[3,4:1,2][60]fullerene; A K Abdul-Sada, A G Avent, P R Birkett, A D Darwish, H W Kroto, R Taylor, D R M Walton and O B Woodhouse,J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun., 307-308 (1998)
  62. A hexaallyl[60]fullerene, C60(CH2CH=CH2)6; A K Abdul-Sada, A G Avent, P R Birkett, H W Kroto, R Taylor and D R M Walton, J. Chem. Soc., Perkin Trans. 1, 393-395 (1998).
  63. Electrochemical formation of novel nanowires and their dynamic effects; W K Hsu, M Terrones, H Terrones, N Grobert, A I Kirkland, J P Hare, K Prassides, P D Townsend, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, Chem. Phys. Lett., 284, 177-183 (1998).
  64. 246 Preparation of aligned carbon nanotubes catalysed by laser-etched cobalt thin films; M Terrones, N Grobert, J P Zhang, H Terrones, J Olivares, W K Hsu, J P Hare, A K Cheetham, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, Chem. Phys. Lett., 285, 299-305 (1998)
  65. 3D silicon oxide nanostructures from nanoflowers to radiolaria; Y Q Zhu, W K Hsu, M Terrones, N Grobert, H Terrones, J P Hare, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, J. Mater. Chem., 8, 1859-1862 (1998)
  66. Pyrolysis of C60-thin films yields Ni-filled sharp nanotubes; N Grobert, M Terrones, A J Osborne, H Terrones, W K Hsu, S Trasobares, Y Q Zhu, J P Hare, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, in H Kuzmany et al. (Eds) Proc. XII Internat. Winterschool on Electronic Properties of Novel Materials – Progress in Molecular Nanostructures, AIP Conf. Proc. 442, 1998, p 25
  67. Nanotechnology of nanotubes and nanowires: from aligned carbon nanotubes to silicon oxide nanowires; N Grobert, J P Hare, W K Hsu, H W Kroto, A J Pidduck, C L Reeves, H Terrones, M Terrones, S Trasobares, C Vizard, D J Wallis, D R M Walton, P J Wright and Y Q Zhu, in H Kuzmany et al. (Eds) Proc. XII Internat. Winterschool on Electronic Properties of Novel Materials – Progress in Molecular Nanostructures, AIP Conf. Proc. 442, 1998, p 29
  68. Stable [60]fullerene carbocations; A G Avent, P R Birkett, H W Kroto, R Taylor and D R M Walton, Chem. Commun., 2153-2154 (1998)
  69. Functionalised fullerenes on silicon surfaces; M D Upward, P Moriarty, P H Beton, P R Birkett, H W Kroto, R Taylor and D R M Walton, Surface Sci., 405, 526-531 (1998)
  70. Photophysical properties of some hexa-functionalized C60derivatives; P.-F Coheur, J Cornil, D A dos Santos, P R Birkett, J Livin, J L Bredas, J.-M. Janot, P Seta, S Leach, D R M Walton, R Taylor, H W Kroto and R Colin, Recent Advances in the Chemistry and Physics of Fullerenes and Related Materials, Electrochem. Soc., 6, 1140 (1998)
  71. Thermolysis of C60thin films yields Ni-filled tapered nanotubes; N Grobert, M Terrones, A J Osborne, H Terrones, W K Hsu, S Trasobares, Y Q Zhu, J P Hare, H W Kroto, D R M Walton, Appl. Phys. A, 67, 595 (1998)
  72. Nanotubes: A revolution in materials science and electronics; M Terrones, W K Hsu, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, in A Hirsch (Ed) Topics in Current Chemistry, 199, 189-234 (1998)
  73. Electrochemical production of low-melting metal nanowires; W K Hsu, J Li, H Terrones, M Terrones, N Grobert, Y Q Zhu, S Trasobares, J P Hare, C J Pickett, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, Chem. Phys. Lett., 301, 159-166 (1999)
  74. Large-scale synthesis of carbon nanotubes by pyrolysis; K Tanaka, M Endo, K Takeuchi, W K Hsu, H W Kroto, M Terrones and D R M Walton, The Science and Technology of Carbon Nanotubes, K Tanaka, T Yamabe and K Fukui (Eds) Elsevier, 1999, Ch 11, pp 143-152
  75. Solid phase production of carbon nanotubes; W K Hsu, Y Q Zhu, S Trasobares, H Terrones, M Terrones, N Grobert, H Takikawa, J P Hare, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, Appl. Phys. A, Rapid Commun., 68, 493 (1999)
  76. New science for new materials; J P Attfield, R L Johnston, H W Kroto and K Prassides, in N Hall (Ed.), The Age of the Molecule, Royal Society of Chemistry, London, 1999, pp 181-208.
  77. Carbon nitride nanocomposites: formation of aligned CxNynanofibres; M Terrones, P Redlich, N Grobert, S Trasobares, W K Hsu, H Terrones, Y Q Zhu, J P Hare, C L Reeves, A K Cheetham, M Rühle, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, Advan. Mater., 11, 655-658 (1999)
  78. Photophysical properties of C60Cl6, C60Ph5Cl and C60Ph5H; P-F Coheur, J Cornil, D A dos Santos, P R Birkett, J Livin, J L Bredas, J-M Janot, P Seta, S Leach, D R M Walton, R Taylor, H W Kroto and R Colin, Synthetic Mets, 103, 2407-2410 (1999)
  79. Advances in the creation of filled nanotubes and novel nanowires; M Terrones, N Grobert, W K Hsu, Y Q Zhu, W B Hu, H Terrones, J P Hare, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, MRS Bull.,24, 43-49 (1999)
  80. Tungsten oxide tree-like structures; Y Q Zhu, W Hu, W K Hsu, M Terrones, N Grobert, J P Hare, H W Kroto, D R M Walton and H Terrones, Chem. Phys. Lett., 309, 327-334 (1999)
  81. Electrolytic formation of carbon-sheathed mixed Sn-Pb-nanowires; W K Hsu, S Trasobares, H Terrones, M Terrones, N Grobert, Y Q Zhu, W Z Li, R Escudero, J P Hare, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, Chem. Mater., 11, 1747-1751 (1999)
  82. A simple route to silicon-based nanostructures; Y Q Zhu, W B Hu, W K Hsu, M Terrones, N Grobert, T Karali, H Terrones, J P Hare, P D Townsend, H W Kroto and D R M Walton,Advan. Mater., 11, 844-847 (1999)
  83. Microscopy study of the growth process and structural features of silicon oxide nanoflowers; Y Q Zhu, W K Hsu, M Terrones, N Grobert, W B Hu, J P Hare, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, Chem. Mater., 11, 2709-2715 (1999)
  84. Stable BC2N nanostructures; low temperature production of segregated C/BN layered materials; Ph. Kohler-Redlich, M Terrones, C Manteca-Deigo, W K Hsu, H Terrones, M Rühle, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, Chem. Phys. Lett., 310, 459-465 (1999)
  85. Enhanced magnetic coercivities in Fe nanowires; N Grobert, M Terrones, Ph Redlich, H Terrones, R Escudero, F Morales, W K Hsu, Y Q Zhu, J P Hare, M Rühle, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, Appl. Phys. Lett., 75, 3363-3364 (1999)
  86. SiC-SiOx heterojunctions in nanowires; Y Q Zhu, W B Hu, W K Hsu, M Terrones, N Grobert, J P Hare, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, J. Mater. Chem., 9, 3173-3178 (1999)
  87. An efficient route to large arrays of CNxnanofibres by pyrolysis of ferrocene/melamine mixtures; MTerrones, H Terrones, N Grobert, W K Hsu, Y Q Zhu, J P Hare, H W Kroto, D R M Walton, Ph Kohler-Redlich, M Rühle, J P Zhang and A K Cheetham, Appl. Phys. Lett., 75, 3932-3934 (1999)
  88. Novel base-catalysed formation of benzo(b)furano[60]- and [70] fullerenes; A D Darwish, A G Avent, H W Kroto, R Taylor and D R M Walton, J. Chem. Soc., Perkin Trans. 2, 1983-1988 (1999)
  89. New advances in the creation of nanostructured materials; N Grobert, J P Hare, W-K Hsu, H W Kroto, M Terrones, D R M Walton and Y K Zhu, Pure Appl. Chem., 71, 2125-2130 (1999)
  90. A novel route to aligned nanotubes and nanofibres using laser patterned catalytic substrates; N Grobert, M Terrones, S Trasobares, K Kordatos, H Terrones, J Olivares, J P Zhang, Ph Redlich, W K Hsu, C L Reeves, D J Wallis, Y Q Zhu, J P Hare, A J Pidduck, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, Appl. Phys. A., 70, 175-183 (2000)
  91. Generation of hollow crystalline tungsten oxide fibres; W B Hu, Y Q Zhu, W K Hsu, B H Chang, M Terrones, N Grobert, H Terrones, J P Hare, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, Appl. Phys. A, 70, 231-
  92. NaCl crystallisation within the space between carbon nanotube walls; W K Hsu, W Z Li, Y Q Zhu, M Terrones, H Terrones, N Yao, J P Zhang, S Firth, R J H Clark, N Grobert, A K Cheetham, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, Chem. Phys. Lett., 317, 77-82 (2000)
  93. Boron-doping effects in carbon nanotubes; W K Hsu, S Firth, Ph Redlich, M Terrones, H Terrones, Y Q Zhu, N Grobert, A Schilder, R J H Clark, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, Mater. Chem., 10, 1425-1429 (2000)
  94. Self-assembly of Si nanostructures; Y Q Zhu, W K Hsu, N Grobert, M Terrones, H Terrones, H W Kroto, D R M Walton and B Q Wei, Chem. Phys. Lett., 322, 312-320 (2000)
  95. J L Bredas, D R M Walton, R Taylor, H W Kroto and R Colin, J. Chem. Phys., 112, 6371-6781 (2000)
  96. Production of WS2nanotubes; Y Q Zhu, W K Hsu, N Grobert, B H Chang, M Terrones, H Terrones, H W Kroto, D R M Walton and B Q Wei, Chem. Mater., 12, 1190 (2000)
  97. Carbon nanotubes as nanoreactors for boriding iron nanowires; W-Q Han, P K Redlich, C Scheu, F Ernst, M Rühle, N Grobert, M Terrones, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, Adv. Mater.,12, 1356-1359 (2000)
  98. Metallic behaviour of boron-containing carbon nanotubes; W K Hsu, S Y Chu, E Munoz‑Picone, J L Boldu, S Firth, P Franchi, P B Roberts, A Schilder, H Terrones, N Grobert, Y Q Zhu, M Terrones, M E McHenry, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, Chem. Phys. Lett., 323, 572-579 (2000)
  99. An alternative route to molybdenum disulfide nanotubes; W K Hsu, B H Chang, Y Q Zhu, Y Q Han, H Terrones, M Terrones, N Grobert, A K Cheetham, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 122, 10155-10158 (2000)
  100. Morphology, structure and growth of WS2nanotubes; Y Q Zhu, W K Hsu, H Terrones, N Grobert, B H Chang, M Terrones, B Q Wei, H W Kroto, D R M Walton, C B Boothroyd, I Kinlock, G Z Chen, A H Windle and D J Fray, J. Mater. Chem. 10, 2570-2577 (2000)
  101. Mixed phase WxMoyCzS2 nanotubes; W K Hsu, Y Q Zhu, C B Boothroyd, I Kinloch, S Trasobares, H Terrones, N Grobert, M Terrones, R Escudero, G Z Chen, C Colliex, A H Windle, D J Fray, H W Kroto and D R M Walton, Chem. Mater., 12, 3541-3546 (2000)
  102. C-MoS2 and C-WS2 nanocomposites; W K Hsu, Y Q Zhu, H W Kroto, D R M Walton, R Kamalakaran, M Terrones, Appl. Phys. Lett., 77, 4130-4132 (2000)
  103. Aligned CNx nanotubes by pyrolysis of ferrocene/C60under NH3atmosphere; W-Q Han, P Kohler-Redlich, T Seeger, F Ernst, M Rühle, N Grobert, W-K Hsu, B-H Chang, Y-Q Zhu, H W Kroto, D R M Walton, M Terrones and H Terrones, Appl. Phys. Lett., 77, 1807-1809 (2000)
  104. Photophysical properties of hexa-functionalised C60derivatives: spectroscopic and quantum-chemical investigations; P-F Coheur, J Cornil, D A dos Santos, P R Birkett, J Livin, J L Bredas, D R M Walton, R Taylor, H W Kroto and R Colin, J. Chem. Phys., 112, 8555 (2000)

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