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α-Fe2O3 Multi-Shelled Hollow Microspheres for Lithium Ion Battery Anodes with Superior Capacity and Charge Retention (Energy & Environmental Science, 2014)Multi-shelled a-Fe2O3 hollow microspheres were synthesized using carbonaceous microsphere sacrificial templates and utilized for high capacity anode materials in lithium ion batteries (LIBs). Structural aspects including ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
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Origins of late- Pleistocene coastal dune sheets, Magdalena and Guerrero Negro, from continental shelf low-stand supply (70–20 ka), under conditions of southeast littoral- and eolian-sand transport, in Baja California Sur, Mexico (Aeolian Research, 2017)Shallow morpho-stratigraphic sections (n = 11) in each of two large coastal dune sheets including the Magdalena (7000 km2 ) and Guerrero Negro (8000 km2 ) dune sheets, from the Pacific Ocean side of Baja California ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
(Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 2017)From the late 1990s to mid-2010, Australia was affected by a prolonged period of drought, the “Millennium Drought,” during which numerous severe dust storms crossed the continent. We inspect this period to produce the first ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
Solid source growth of graphene with Ni–Cu catalysts: towards high quality in situ graphene on silicon (Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 2017)We obtain a monolayer graphene on epitaxial silicon carbide on silicon substrates via solid source growth mediated by a thin Ni–Cu alloy. Raman spectroscopy consistently shows an I D/I G band ratio as low as ~0.2, indicating ...JOURNAL ARTICLE