17. Matos J, Rosales M, Demir-Cakan R and Titirici MM (2010). Methane conversion on Pt-Ru nanoparticles alloy supported on hydrothermal carbon. Applied Catalysis a: General  vol. 386, (1-2) 140-146.10.1016/j.apcata.2010.07.047
16. Rillig MC, Wagner M, Salem M, Antunes PM, George C, Ramke H-G, Titirici M-M and Antonietti M (2010). Material derived from hydrothermal carbonization: Effects on plant growth and arbuscular mycorrhiza. Applied Soil Ecology  vol. 45, (3) 238-242. 10.1016/j.apsoil.2010.04.011
15. Demir-Cakan R, Makowski P, Antonietti M, Goettmann F and Titirici M-M (2010). Hydrothermal synthesis of imidazole functionalized carbon spheres and their application in catalysis. Catalysis Today  vol. 150, (1-2) 115-118. 10.1016/j.cattod.2009.05.003
14. Kubo S, Tan I, White RJ, Antonietti M and Titirici M-M (2010). Template synthesis of carbonaceous tubular nanostructures with tunable surface properties. Chemistry of Materials  vol. 22, (24) 6590-6597.10.1021/cm102556h
13. Zhao L, Baccile N, Gross S, Zhang Y, Wei W, Sun Y, Antonietti M and Titirici M-M (2010). Sustainable nitrogen-doped carbonaceous materials from biomass derivatives. Carbon  vol. 48, (13) 3778-3787.10.1016/j.carbon.2010.06.040
12. Baccile N, Antonietti M and Titirici M-M (2010). One-step hydrothermal synthesis of nitrogen-doped nanocarbons: Albumine directing the carbonization of glucose. Chemsuschem  vol. 3, (2) 246-253.10.1002/cssc.200900124
11. Zhao L, Crombez R, Caballero FP, Antonietti M, Texter J and Titirici M-M (2010). Sustainable nitrogen-doped carbon latexes with high electrical and thermal conductivity. Polymer  vol. 51, (20) 4540-4546.10.1016/j.polymer.2010.07.044
10. Kubo S, Demir-Cakan R, Zhao L, White RJ and Titirici M-M (2010). Porous carbohydrate-based materials via hard templating. Chemsuschem  vol. 3, (2) 188-194. 10.1002/cssc.200900126
9. Antonietti M and Titirici M-M (2010). Coal from carbohydrates: The chimie douce of carbon. Comptes Rendus Chimie  vol. 13, (1-2) 167-173. 10.1016/j.crci.2009.02.005
8. Titirici M-M and Antonietti M (2010). Chemistry and materials options of sustainable carbon materials made by hydrothermal carbonization. Chemical Society Reviews  vol. 39, (1) 103-116. 10.1039/b819318p
7. Matos J, García A, Zhao L and Titirici MM (2010). Solvothermal carbon-doped TiO2 photocatalyst for the enhanced methylene blue degradation under visible light. Applied Catalysis a: General  vol. 390, (1-2) 175-182. 10.1016/j.apcata.2010.10.009
6. Hu B, Wang K, Wu L, Yu S-H, Antonietti M and Titirici M-M (2010). Engineering carbon materials from the hydrothermal carbonization process of biomass. Advanced Materials  vol. 22, (7) 813-828.10.1002/adma.200902812
5. Zhao L, Bacsik Z, Hedin N, Wei W, Sun Y, Antonietti M and Titirici M-M (2010). Carbon dioxide capture on amine-rich carbonaceous materials derived from glucose. Chemsuschem  vol. 3, (7) 840-845.10.1002/cssc.201000044
4. Zhao L, Chen X, Wang X, Zhang Y, Wei W, Sun Y, Antonietti M and Titirici M-M (2010). One-step solvothermal synthesis of a carbon @TiO2 dyade structure effectively promoting visible-light photocatalysis.Advanced Materials  vol. 22, (30) 3317-3321. 10.1002/adma.201000660
3. Zhao L, Fan L-Z, Zhou M-Q, Guan H, Qiao S, Antonietti M and Titirici M-M (2010). Nitrogen-containing hydrothermal carbons with superior performance in supercapacitors. Advanced Materials  vol. 22, (45) 5202-5206. 10.1002/adma.201002647
2. White RJ, Tauer K, Antonietti M and Titirici M-M (2010). Functional hollow carbon nanospheres by latex templating. Journal of The American Chemical Society  vol. 132, (49) 17360-17363. 10.1021/ja107697s
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