The research articles below can be found on the ChemRxiv pre-print server, though have not yet been publised. They highlight the very latest research from the group – please contact us if you have any feedback!


A. Hybrid Inorganic-Organic Perovskite Glasses

B. K. Shaw, A. R. Hughes, M. Ducamp, D. A. Keen, F. X. Coudert, F. Blanc and T. D. Bennett*, ChemRxiv, 2020, 10.26434/chemrxiv.11956599.v1

In this work led by Dr. Bikash Shaw shows the melting of several hybrid organic-inorganic perovskites (HOIPs), and their promising thermoelectric performance.


B. Metal-Organic Framework and Inorganic Glass Composites

L. Longley, C. Calahoo, R. Limbach, J. M. Tuffnell, A. F. Sapnik, M. F. Thorne, D. S. Keeble, D. A. Keen, L. Wondraczek, T. D. Bennett*, ChemRxiv, 2020, 10.26434/chemrxiv.12022905.v1

Louis Longley and Dr. Courtney Calahoo have published their research on reducing the brittle nature of inroganic glass by combining it with MOF glasses!


C. Comparison of the ionic conductivity properties of microporous and mesoporous MOFs infiltrated with a Na-ion containing IL mixture

J.M. Tuffnell, J. K. Morzy, R. Tan, Q. Song, C. Ducati, T. D. Bennett* and S. E. Dutton *, ChemRxiv, 2020, 10.26434/chemrxiv.12489986.v1

Josh Tuffnell has uploaded his work on impregnating MOF monoliths with ionic liquids for sodium ion conduction applications.


D. Engineering Porosity Through Defects in a Giant Pore Metal–Organic Framework

A. Sapnik, D. N. Johnstone, S. M. Collins, G. Divitini, A. Bumstead, C. Ashling, P. A. Chater, T. Johnson, D. A. Keen, T. D. Bennett*

Adam Sapnik’s research article on monitoring the structural collapse of MIL-100 by pair distribution function methods is now online!