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  • Oboroceanu, Daniela (University of Limerick, 2011)
    The overall goal of this research was to study the mechanism of heat-induced whey proteins fibrils and to characterise their properties for possible food applications. Experimental parameters such as protein concentration, ...
  • Rathi, Neelima (University of Limerick, 2013)
    Novel porphyrin and triphenylamine based organic dyes with different electron-donating moieties, π-bridging units and cyanoacetic acid as an acceptor (D-π-A) were characterised for use in dye-sensitized solar cells. The ...
  • Salaj-Kośla, Urszula (University of Limerick, 2012)
    Robust nanoporous gold electrodes were fabricated by sputtering a gold-silver alloy onto a glass support and subsequent dealloying of the silver component. Alloys were prepared with either a non-uniform or uniform ...
  • O'Sullivan, Catriona; Crilly, Suzanne; Laffir, Fathima R.; Singh, Ajay; Magner, Edmond; Ryan, Kevin M. (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2011)
    A multi component assembly consisting of the redox protein cytochrome c (cyt c) immobilised onto vertically aligned gold tipped semiconductor nanorods is described. Cyt c was 10 successfully immobilised using a thiol linker. ...
  • Hudson, Sarah; Tanner, D.A; Redington, W; Magner, Edmond; Hodnett, Benjamin K; Nakahara, S (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2006)
    TEM analysis of mesoporous materials is generally undertaken to give qualitative results. Accurate quantitative analysis is demonstrated in this study. A systematic image analysis of a powder form of a hexagonal mesoporous ...
  • Gaffney, Darragh (University of Limerick, 2010)
    The objective of this research is to synthesise mesoporous silicates, incorporate metal complexes on to the surface of the silicates post synthesis and utilise these materials for the immobilisation of histidine-tagged ...
  • O'Neill, Sarah (University of Limerick, 2011)
    Enzymes often display high regio- and chemoselectivity and therefore are of great interest for industrial processes. However, in these processes, they can show low stability and are not reusable. Immobilisation can ...

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