Items where Author is "Kelly, SM"

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JAAFAR, A.H., O'NEILL, M., KELLY, S.M., VERRELLI, E. and KEMP, N.T., 2019. Percolation threshold enables optical resistive‐memory switching and light‐tuneable synaptic learning in segregated nanocomposites. Advanced Electronic Materials, 5 (7): 1900197. ISSN 2199-160X

CHENG, F., VERRELLI, E., ALHARTHI, F.A., KELLY, S.M., O'NEILL, M., KEMP, N.T., KITNEY, S.P., LAI, K.T., MEHL, G.H. and ANTHOPOULOS, T., 2019. Lyotropic 'hairy' TiO2 nanorods. Nanoscale Advances, 1 (1), pp. 254-264. ISSN 2516-0230

HU, G., KITNEY, S.P., KELLY, S.M., HARRISON, W., LAMBERT, B. and O'NEILL, M., 2018. Polymer network hole transport layers based on photochemically cross-linkable N′N′-diallyl amide tri-N-substituted triazatruxene monomers. RSC Advances, 8 (16), pp. 8580-8585. ISSN 2046-2069

ALHARTHI, F.A., CHENG, F., VERRELLI, E., KEMP, N.T., LEE, A.F., ISAACS, M.A., O’NEILL, M. and KELLY, S.M., 2018. Solution-processable, niobium-doped titanium oxide nanorods for application in low-voltage, large-area electronic devices. Journal of Materials Chemistry C, 6 (5), pp. 1038-1047. ISSN 2050-7526

HAMDIYAH, A., GRAY, R.J., VERRELLI, E., O'NEILL, M., KELLY, S.M. and KEMP, N.T., 2017. Reversible optical switching memristors with tunable STDP synaptic plasticity: a route to hierarchical control in artificial intelligent systems. Nanoscale. ISSN 2040-3364

HU, G., KITNEY, S.P., KELLY, S.M., HARRISON, W. and O’NEILL, M., 2017. Novel liquid crystalline organic semiconducting oligomers incorporating N-heterocyclic carbazole moieties for fluorescent OLEDs. Liquid Crystals. ISSN 0267-8292

PATWARDHAN, S.V., HOLT, S.A., KELLY, S.M., KREINER, M., PERRY, C.C. and VAN, D., 2010. Silica condensation by a silicatein alpha homologue involves surface-induced transition to a stable structural intermediate forming a saturated monolayer. Biomacromolecules, 11 (11), pp. 3126-3135.

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