Philippe MIELE
Philippe MIELE
Professeur de chimie des matériaux, Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Montpellier
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Fabrication of free-standing, electrochemically active, and biocompatible graphene oxide− polyaniline and graphene− polyaniline hybrid papers
X Yan, J Chen, J Yang, Q Xue, P Miele
ACS applied materials & interfaces 2 (9), 2521-2529, 2010
Role of Sulfur Vacancies and Undercoordinated Mo Regions in MoS2 Nanosheets toward the Evolution of Hydrogen
L Li, Z Qin, L Ries, S Hong, T Michel, J Yang, C Salameh, M Bechelany, ...
ACS nano 13 (6), 6824-6834, 2019
Sodium borohydride versus ammonia borane, in hydrogen storage and direct fuel cell applications
UB Demirci, P Miele
Energy & Environmental Science 2 (6), 627-637, 2009
Current trends in Pickering emulsions: Particle morphology and applications
DG Ortiz, C Pochat-Bohatier, J Cambedouzou, M Bechelany, P Miele
Engineering 6 (4), 468-482, 2020
Sodium borohydride hydrolysis as hydrogen generator: issues, state of the art and applicability upstream from a fuel cell
UB Demirci, O Akdim, J Andrieux, J Hannauer, R Chamoun, P Miele
Fuel Cells 10 (3), 335-350, 2010
Recent progress on titanium dioxide nanomaterials for photocatalytic applications
M Nasr, C Eid, R Habchi, P Miele, M Bechelany
ChemSusChem 11 (18), 3023-3047, 2018
Ten-year efforts and a no-go recommendation for sodium borohydride for on-board automotive hydrogen storage
UB Demirci, O Akdim, P Miele
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 34 (6), 2638-2645, 2009
Enhanced sieving from exfoliated MoS2 membranes via covalent functionalization
L Ries, E Petit, T Michel, CC Diogo, C Gervais, C Salameh, M Bechelany, ...
Nature Materials 18 (10), 1112-1117, 2019
Cobalt in NaBH 4 hydrolysis
UB Demirci, P Miele
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 12 (44), 14651-14665, 2010
A Raman spectroscopy study of individual SiC nanowires
M Bechelany, A Brioude, D Cornu, G Ferro, P Miele
Advanced Functional Materials 17 (6), 939-943, 2007
Efficient nanoparticles removal and bactericidal action of electrospun nanofibers membranes for air filtration
ACC Bortolassi, S Nagarajan, B de Araújo Lima, VG Guerra, ML Aguiar, ...
Materials Science and Engineering: C 102, 718-729, 2019
Hydrolysis of ammonia borane as a hydrogen source: fundamental issues and potential solutions towards implementation
U Sanyal, UB Demirci, BR Jagirdar, P Miele
ChemSusChem 4 (12), 1731-1739, 2011
Boron-modified polysilazane as a novel single-source precursor for SiBCN ceramic fibers: synthesis, melt-spinning, curing and ceramic conversion
S Bernard, M Weinmann, P Gerstel, P Miele, F Aldinger
Journal of materials chemistry 15 (2), 289-299, 2005
Bimetallic RuCo and RuCu catalysts supported on γ-Al2O3. A comparative study of their activity in hydrolysis of ammonia-borane
GP Rachiero, UB Demirci, P Miele
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 36 (12), 7051-7065, 2011
Boron‐based hydrides for chemical hydrogen storage
G Moussa, R Moury, UB Demirci, T Şener, P Miele
International Journal of Energy Research 37 (8), 825-842, 2013
Synthesis of boron nitride with ordered mesostructure
P Dibandjo, L Bois, F Chassagneux, D Cornu, JM Letoffe, B Toury, ...
Advanced Materials 17 (5), 571-574, 2005
Atomic layer deposition for membranes: basics, challenges, and opportunities
M Weber, A Julbe, A Ayral, P Miele, M Bechelany
Chemistry of Materials 30 (21), 7368-7390, 2018
Design of boron nitride/gelatin electrospun nanofibers for bone tissue engineering
S Nagarajan, H Belaid, C Pochat-Bohatier, C Teyssier, I Iatsunskyi, E Coy, ...
ACS applied materials & interfaces 9 (39), 33695-33706, 2017
Hydrazine borane: synthesis, characterization, and application prospects in chemical hydrogen storage
R Moury, G Moussa, UB Demirci, J Hannauer, S Bernard, E Petit, ...
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 14 (5), 1768-1777, 2012
Cobalt-based catalysts for the hydrolysis of NaBH 4 and NH 3 BH 3
UB Demirci, P Miele
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 16 (15), 6872-6885, 2014
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