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Zheng, Zhanfeng, Chen, Chao, Bo, Arixin, Zavahir, Fathima Sifani, Waclawik, Eric R., Zhao, Jian, et al. (2014) Visible-light-induced selective photocatalytic oxidation of benzylamine into imine over supported Ag/AgI photocatalysts. ChemCatChem, 6(5), pp. 1210-1214.
Yang, Jay & Yang, Zhengyu (2014) Critical factors affecting the implementation of sustainable housing in Australia. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment. (In Press)
Zheng, Zhanfeng, Zhao, Jian, Yuan, Yong, Liu, Hongwei, Yang, Dongjiang, Sarina, Sarina, et al. (2013) Tuning the surface structure of nitrogen-doped TiO2Nanofibres : an effective method to rnhance photocatalytic activities of visible-light-driven green synthesis and degradation. Chemistry : A European Journal, 19(18), pp. 5731-5741.
Yang, Dongjiang, Zhao, Jian, Liu, Hongwei, Zheng, Zhanfeng, Adebajo, Moses O., Wang, Hongxia, et al. (2013) Enhancing photoactivity of TiO2(B)/anatase core-shell nanofibers by selectively doping cerium ions into the TiO2(B) Core. Chemistry: A European Journal.
Yang, Dongjiang, Liu, Hongwei, Zheng, Zhanfeng, Sarina, Sarina, & Zhu, Huai Yong (2013) Titanate-based adsorbents for radioactive ions entrapment from water. Nanoscale, 5(6), pp. 2232-2242.
Frost, Ray L., Blain, Paul, Martens, Wayde N., & Yang, Dongjiang (2011) Sodium niobate adsorbents doped with tantalum (TaV) for the removal of bivalence radioactive ions in waste waters. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 356(1), pp. 240-247.
Yang, Dongjiang, Zheng, Zhanfeng, Yuan, Yong, Liu, Hongwei, Waclawik, Eric, Ke, Xuebin, et al. (2010) Sorption induced structural deformation of sodium hexa-titanate nanofibres and their ability to selectively trap radioactive Ra(II) ions from water. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 12, pp. 1271-1277.
Deng, Feng, Li, Junping, Sun, Yuhan, Wu, Dong, Xu, Yao, Yang, Dongjiang, et al. (2006) Direct Formation of Hydrophobic Silica-Based Micro/Mesoporous Hybrids From Polymethylhydrosiloxane and Tetraethoxysilane. Microporous And Mesoporous Materials, 95(1-3), pp. 180-186.