Gareth Keeley
Gareth Keeley
CEA Grenoble
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A comparative study on gold and platinum dissolution in acidic and alkaline media
S Cherevko, AR Zeradjanin, GP Keeley, KJJ Mayrhofer
Journal of The Electrochemical Society 161 (12), H822, 2014
Electrochemical ascorbic acid sensor based on DMF-exfoliated graphene
GP Keeley, A O'Neill, N McEvoy, N Peltekis, JN Coleman, GS Duesberg
Journal of Materials Chemistry 20 (36), 7864-7869, 2010
Dissolution of platinum in the operational range of fuel cells
S Cherevko, GP Keeley, S Geiger, AR Zeradjanin, N Hodnik, N Kulyk, ...
ChemElectroChem 2 (10), 1471-1478, 2015
Synthesis and analysis of thin conducting pyrolytic carbon films
N McEvoy, N Peltekis, S Kumar, E Rezvani, H Nolan, GP Keeley, WJ Blau, ...
Carbon 50 (3), 1216-1226, 2012
The effects of thin layer diffusion at glassy carbon electrodes modified with porous films of single-walled carbon nanotubes
GP Keeley, MEG Lyons
International journal of electrochemical science 4 (6), 794-809, 2009
Stability of dealloyed porous Pt/Ni nanoparticles
C Baldizzone, L Gan, N Hodnik, GP Keeley, A Kostka, M Heggen, ...
ACS catalysis 5 (9), 5000-5007, 2015
Simultaneous electrochemical determination of dopamine and paracetamol based on thin pyrolytic carbon films
GP Keeley, N McEvoy, H Nolan, S Kumar, E Rezvani, M Holzinger, ...
Analytical Methods 4 (7), 2048-2053, 2012
The stability challenge on the pathway to high-current-density polymer electrolyte membrane water electrolyzers
C Rakousky, GP Keeley, K Wippermann, M Carmo, D Stolten
Electrochimica acta 278, 324-331, 2018
Temperature-dependent dissolution of polycrystalline platinum in sulfuric acid electrolyte
S Cherevko, AA Topalov, AR Zeradjanin, GP Keeley, KJJ Mayrhofer
Electrocatalysis 5, 235-240, 2014
DMF-exfoliated graphene for electrochemical NADH detection
GP Keeley, A O'Neill, M Holzinger, S Cosnier, JN Coleman, GS Duesberg
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 13 (17), 7747-7750, 2011
The Stability Challenge on the Pathway to Low and Ultra‐Low Platinum Loading for Oxygen Reduction in Fuel Cells
GP Keeley, S Cherevko, KJJ Mayrhofer
ChemElectroChem 3 (1), 51-54, 2016
PEM water electrolysis: Innovative approaches towards catalyst separation, recovery and recycling
M Carmo, GP Keeley, D Holtz, T Grube, M Robinius, M Müller, D Stolten
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 44 (7), 3450-3455, 2019
Structure–Activity–Stability Relationships for Space-Confined PtxNiy Nanoparticles in the Oxygen Reduction Reaction
S Mezzavilla, C Baldizzone, AC Swertz, N Hodnik, E Pizzutilo, ...
ACS catalysis 6 (12), 8058-8068, 2016
Surface modification methods for electrochemical biosensors
N Sandhyarani
Electrochemical biosensors, 45-75, 2019
Elucidating the effect of mass transport resistances on hydrogen crossover and cell performance in PEM water electrolyzers by varying the cathode ionomer content
P Trinke, GP Keeley, M Carmo, B Bensmann, R Hanke-Rauschenbach
Journal of the Electrochemical Society 166 (8), F465, 2019
Gas phase controlled deposition of high quality large-area graphene films
S Kumar, N McEvoy, T Lutz, GP Keeley, V Nicolosi, CP Murray, WJ Blau, ...
Chemical communications 46 (9), 1422-1424, 2010
The redox behaviour of randomly dispersed single walled carbon nanotubes both in the absence and in the presence of adsorbed glucose oxidase
MEG Lyons, GP Keeley
Sensors 6 (12), 1791-1826, 2006
Electroanalytical sensing properties of pristine and functionalized multilayer graphene
GP Keeley, N McEvoy, H Nolan, M Holzinger, S Cosnier, GS Duesberg
Chemistry of Materials 26 (5), 1807-1812, 2014
Carbon Nanotube Based Modified Electrode Biosensors. Part 1. Electrochemical Studies of the Flavin Group Redox Kinetics at SWCNT/Glucose Oxidase Composite Modified Electrodes.
MEG Lyons, GP Keeley
International Journal of Electrochemical Science 3 (8), 819-853, 2008
Transparent ultrathin conducting carbon films
M Schreiber, T Lutz, GP Keeley, S Kumar, M Boese, S Krishnamurthy, ...
Applied surface science 256 (21), 6186-6190, 2010
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