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Manipulating ceria-titania binary oxide features and their impact as nickel catalyst supports for low temperature steam reforming of methane
30 November 2016

This paper examined the impact of the reducible mixed oxides of titanium with cerium properties as a support for nickel-catalysed low temperature steam reforming of methane.

Investigating the effect of UV light pre-treatment on the oxygen activation capacity of Au/TiO2
23 November 2016

Our work on 'The effect of UV light pre-treatment on the oxygen activation capacity of Au/TiO2" was selected to be featured as front cover in the latest issue of Catalysis Science & Technology journal (Impact Factor: 5.287).

South Australian Water awards 2016
21 November 2016

A PhD student from PARTCAT: Mr Sina Moradi has been awarded the Hodgson Student award 2016 by the Australian Water Association last Friday, 18th November at the SA Water Awards Dinner.

Dr Yiming Tang and Dr Ayu Liana
11 November 2016

Warm congratulations to Yiming and Ayu on your graduation day. 

ARC 2016/2017 funding outcomes
3 November 2016

In the latest round of federal research funding announced on Tuesday, 1 November, UNSW received 88 Discovery Project grants worth $32 million, 21 Discovery Early Career Research Awards (DECRA) worth over $7.5 million and 3 Linkage, Infrastrucrure, Equipment and Facilities grants (LIEF) worth $2.... read more

Iron Complex Facilitated Copper Redox Cycling for Nitric Oxide Generation as Nontoxic Nitrifying Biofilm Inhibitor
31 October 2016

The water industries identify that there is a clear need for the development of novel antibiofilm technology capable of suppression of biofilm formation. The work presented in this paper highlights the development of self-sustained antibiofilm materials that features potential for industrial... read more

C-C Cleaving by Au/TiO2 during Ethanol Oxidation: Understanding Bandgap Photo-Excitation and Plasmon Mediated Charge Transfer via Quantitative In-Situ DRIFTS
25 October 2016

Studies showed that the Au/TiO2 has excellent potential in heterogeneous catalytic oxidation reactions due to localised surface plasmon resonance effect  in the visible and spectral ranga of solar irradiation.

Epitaxial Growth of Au–Pt–Ni Nanorods for Direct High Selectivity H2O2 Production
18 October 2016

Hydrogen peroxide is one of the most important chemicals widely used in chemicals industry and mainly manufactured by the anthraquinone method.

Investigating the effect of UV light pre-treatment on the oxygen activation capacity of Au/TiO2
16 October 2016

O2 activation is essential in life processes, in energy conversion (fuel cells), and... read more

High Performance Au–Pd Supported on 3D Hybrid Strontium-Substituted Lanthanum Manganite Perovskite Catalyst for Methane Combustion
15 October 2016

Catalytic combustion of methane is regarded as an efficient way to conventional thermal combustion for energy production.


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