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2019

Centi, Alessia and Manning, Joseph R. H. and Srivastava, Vibha and van Meurs, Sandra and Patwardhan, Siddharth V. and Jorge, Miguel (2019) The role of charge-matching in nanoporous materials formation. Materials Horizons, 6 (5). pp. 1027-1033. ISSN 2051-6355

2018

Jorge, Miguel and Milne, Andrew W. and Sobek, Olivia N. and Centi, Alessia and Pérez-Sánchez, Germán and Gomes, José R. B. (2018) Modelling the self-assembly of silica-based mesoporous materials. Molecular Simulation, 44 (6). pp. 435-452. ISSN 1029-0435

2017

Manning, Joseph R. H. and Yip, Thomas W. S. and Centi, Alessia and Jorge, Miguel and Patwardhan, Siddharth V. (2017) An eco-friendly, tunable and scalable method for producing porous functional nanomaterials designed using molecular interactions. ChemSusChem, 10 (8). 1683–1691. ISSN 1864-564X

2016

Centi, Alessia and Jorge, Miguel (2016) Molecular simulation study of the early stages of formation of bioinspired mesoporous silica materials. Langmuir, 32 (28). pp. 7228-7240. ISSN 0743-7463

2015

Centi, Alessia and Jorge, Miguel (2015) Studying the early stages of the synthesis of bioinspired silica materials with molecular simulation. In: 38th British Zeolite Association Meeting, 2015-07-26 - 2015-07-31. (Unpublished)

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