15. Kubo S, White RJ, Tauer K and Titirici M-M (2013). Flexible coral-like carbon nanoarchitectures via a dual block copolymer-latex templating approach. Chemistry of Materials  vol. 25, (23) 4781-4790.DOI: 10.1021/cm4029676

14. Yu L, D. Cai, H. Wang, Titirici M (2013). Synthesis of microspherical LiFePO 4-carbon composites for lithium-ion batteries. Nanomaterials vol 3, (3) 443-452.10.3390/nano3030443

13. Yu L, Cai D, Wang H and Titirici M-M (2013). Hydrothermal synthesis of SnO2 and SnO2@C nanorods and their application as anode materials in lithium-ion batteries. Rsc Advances  vol. 3, (38) 17281-17286.10.1039/c3ra42900h
12. Brun N, Wohlgemuth SA, Osiceanu P and Titirici MM (2013). Original design of nitrogen-doped carbon aerogels from sustainable precursors: Application as metal-free oxygen reduction catalysts. Green Chemistry  vol. 15, (9) 2514-2524. 10.1039/c3gc40904j
11. Falco C, Marco-Lozar JP, Salinas-Torres D, Morallón E, Cazorla-Amorós D, Titirici MM and Lozano-Castelló D (2013).Tailoring the porosity of chemically activated hydrothermal carbons: Influence of the precursor and hydrothermal carbonization temperature. Carbon  vol. 62, 346-355. 10.1016/j.carbon.2013.06.017
10. Yu L, Brun N, Sakaushi K, Eckert J and Titirici MM (2013). Hydrothermal nanocasting: Synthesis of hierarchically porous carbon monoliths and their application in lithium-sulfur batteries. Carbon  vol. 61, 245-253 10.1016/j.carbon.2013.05.001
9. Sevilla M, Yu L, Fellinger TP, Fuertes AB and Titirici M-M (2013). Polypyrrole-derived mesoporous nitrogen-doped carbons with intrinsic catalytic activity in the oxygen reduction reaction. Rsc Advances  vol. 3, (25) 9904-9910. 10.1039/c3ra41719k
8. Kruse A, Funke A and Titirici M-M (2013). Hydrothermal conversion of biomass to fuels and energetic materials. Current Opinion in Chemical Biology  vol. 17, (3) 515-521.10.1016/j.cbpa.2013.05.004
7. Urakami H, Yilmaz AG, Osiceanu P, Yagci Y, Vilela F and Titirici M-M (2013). Facile polymer functionalization of hydrothermal-carbonization-derived carbons. Macromolecular Rapid Communications  vol. 34, (13) 1080-1084.10.1002/marc.201300209
6. Soorholtz M, White RJ, Zimmermann T, Titirici M-M, Antonietti M, Palkovits R and Schüth F (2013). Direct methane oxidation over Pt-modified nitrogen-doped carbons. Chemical Communications  vol. 49, (3) 240-242.10.1039/c2cc36232e
5. Wang L, Schnepp Z and Titirici MM (2013). Rice husk-derived carbon anodes for lithium ion batteries. Journal of Materials Chemistry A  vol. 1, (17) 5269-5273. 10.1039/C3TA10650K
4. Brun N, Sakaushi K, Yu L, Giebeler L, Eckert J and Titirici MM (2013). Hydrothermal carbon-based nanostructured hollow spheres as electrode materials for high-power lithium-sulfur batteries. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics  vol. 15, (16) 6080-6087. 10.1039/c3cp50653c
3. Brun N, Edembe L, Gounel S, Mano N and Titirici MM (2013). Emulsion-Templated Macroporous Carbons Synthesized by Hydrothermal Carbonization and their Application for the Enzymatic Oxidation of Glucose. Chemsuschem  vol. 6, (4) 701-710. 10.1002/cssc.201200692
2. Falco C, Sieben JM, Brun N, Sevilla M, Van Der Mauelen T, Morallón E, Cazorla-Amorós D and Titirici M-M (2013).Hydrothermal carbons from hemicellulose-derived aqueous hydrolysis products as electrode materials for supercapacitors. Chemsuschem  vol. 6, (2) 374-382. 10.1002/cssc.201200817
1. Román S, Valente Nabais JM, Ledesma B, González JF, Laginhas C and Titirici MM (2013). Production of low-cost adsorbents with tunable surface chemistry by conjunction of hydrothermal carbonization and activation processes. Microporous and Mesoporous Materials  vol. 165, 127-133.10.1016/j.micromeso.2012.08.006

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