Soorholtz, M., R. J. White, T. Zimmermann, M. M. Titirici, M. Antonietti, R. Palkovits and F. Schüth: Direct methane oxidation over Pt-modified nitrogen-doped carbons. In: Chemical Communications 49, 3, 240-242 (2013).
Falco, C., M. Sevilla, R. J. White, R. Rothe and M. M. Titirici: Renewable Nitrogen-Doped Hydrothermal Carbons Derived from Microalgae. In: ChemSusChem 5, 9, 1834-1840 (2012).
Yu, L. H., C. Falco, J. Weber, R. J. White, J. Y. Howe and M. M. Titirici: Carbohydrate-Derived Hydrothermal Carbons: A Thorough Characterization Study. In: Langmuir 28, 33, 12373-12383 (2012).
Fellinger, T. P., R. J. White, M. M. Titirici and M. Antonietti: Borax-Mediated Formation of Carbon Aerogels from Glucose. In: Advanced Functional Materials 22, 15, 3254-3260 (2012).
Tang, K., L. J. Fu, R. J. White, L. H. Yu, M. M. Titirici, M. Antonietti and J. Maier: Hollow Carbon Nanospheres with Superior Rate Capability for Sodium-Based Batteries. In: Advanced Energy Materials 2, 7 Sp. Iss. SI, 873-877 (2012).
Titirici, M. M., R. J. White, C. Falco and M. Sevilla: Black perspectives for a green future: hydrothermal carbons for environment protection and energy storage. In: Energy & Environmental Science 5, 5, 6796-6822 (2012).
Tang, K., R. J. White, X. K. Mu, M. M. Titirici, P. A. van Aken and J. Maier: Hollow Carbon Nanospheres with a High Rate Capability for Lithium-Based Batteries. In: ChemSusChem 5, 2 Sp. Iss. SI, 400-403 (2012).
Wohlgemuth, S. A., R. J. White, M. G. Willinger, M. M. Titirici and M. Antonietti: A one-pot hydrothermal synthesis of sulfur and nitrogen doped carbon aerogels with enhanced electrocatalytic activity in the oxygen reduction reaction. In: Green Chemistry 14, 5, 1515-1523 (2012).
Göbel, R., R. J. White, M. M. Titirici and A. Taubert: Carbon-based ionogels: tuning the properties of the ionic liquid via carbon-ionic liquid interaction. In: Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 14, 17, 5992-5997 (2012).
Tang, K., R. J. White, X. K. Mu, M.-M. Titirici, P. A. van Aken and J. Maier: Hollow carbon nanospheres with a high rate capability for lithium-based batteries. In: ChemSusChem 5, 2, 400-403 (2012).
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