John Meurig Thomas - Selected Scientific Publications - Part 2: On New Techniques

Part 2: On New Techniques

  • Localizing active sites in zeolitic catalysts: Neutron-powder-profile analysis and computer simulation of deutero-pyridine bound to gallozeolite-L, P.A. Wright, J.M. Thomas, A.K. Cheetham and A.K. Nowak, Nature, 318, 611-614, 1986.
  • Tracing the conversion of aurichalcite to a copper catalyst by combined X-ray absorption and diffraction, J.W. Couves, J.M. Thomas, D. Waller, R.H. Jones, A.J. Dent, G.E. Derbyshire and G.N. Greaves, Nature, 354, 465-468, 1991.
  • Review lecture: Topography and topology in solid-state chemistry, J.M. Thomas, Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. A, 277, 251-286, 1974.
  • Resolving crystallographically distinct tetrahedral sites in silicalite and ZSM-5 by solid-state NMR, C.A. Fyfe, G.C. Gobbi, J. Klinowski, J.M. Thomas and S. Ramdas, Nature, 296, 530-533, 1982.
  • Revolutionary developments from atomic to extended structural imaging, J.M. Thomas, in Physical Biology – From Atoms to Cells (ed. A.H. Zewail), Imperial College Press, 51-114, 2008. See also Nanotomography in the chemical, biological and materials sciences, P.A. Midgley, E.P.W. Ward, A.B. Hungría and J.M. Thomas, Chemical Society Reviews, 36, 1477–1494, 2007.
  • Mono- bi- and multifunctional single sites: exploring the interface between heterogeneous and homogeneous catalysis, J.M. Thomas and R. Raja, Topics in Catalysis, 53, 848-858, 2010.
  • The modern electron microscope: A cornucopia of chemico-physical insights, J.M. Thomas and P.A. Midgley, Chemical Physics, 385, 1-10, 2011.

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