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Mark T. Weller, D.Phil

Chemistry University of Bath, Bath, England, United Kingdom 
Inorganic chemistry
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Marshall KL, Wang Q, Sullivan HS, et al. (2016) Synthesis and structural characterisation of transition metal fluoride sulfates. Dalton Transactions (Cambridge, England : 2003)
Weller MT, Weber OJ, Henry PF, et al. (2015) Complete structure and cation orientation in the perovskite photovoltaic methylammonium lead iodide between 100 and 352 K. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England). 51: 4180-3
Walsh D, Sanchez-Ballester NM, Ting VP, et al. (2015) Visible light promoted photocatalytic water oxidation: Effect of metal oxide catalyst composition and light intensity Catalysis Science and Technology. 5: 4760-4764
Leguy AMA, Hu Y, Campoy-Quiles M, et al. (2015) Reversible hydration of CH3NH3PbI3 in films, single crystals, and solar cells Chemistry of Materials. 27: 3397-3407
Weller MT, Galati R. (2014) Hydrogeniridate(VI) anion and the geometries of tetrahedral oxo-anions. Inorganic Chemistry. 53: 5405-7
Wilson CC, Henry PF, Schmidtmann M, et al. (2014) Neutron powder diffraction-new opportunities in hydrogen location in molecular and materials structure Crystallography Reviews. 20: 162-206
Williams ER, Weller MT. (2014) Direct observation of structural changes near and at the charge-ordering temperature of ilvaite using high-flux neutron powder diffraction Journal of Materials Chemistry C. 2: 3890-3894
Schmidtmann M, Coster P, Henry PF, et al. (2014) Determining hydrogen positions in crystal engineered organic molecular complexes by joint neutron powder and single crystal X-ray diffraction Crystengcomm. 16: 1232-1236
Keates AC, Armstrong JA, Weller MT. (2013) Iron fluorophosphates. Dalton Transactions (Cambridge, England : 2003). 42: 10715-24
Wang Q, Madsen A, Owen JR, et al. (2013) Direct hydrofluorothermal synthesis of sodium transition metal fluorosulfates as possible Na-ion battery cathode materials. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England). 49: 2121-3
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