Andrew J. Harvie
Andrew J. Harvie
Department of Chemistry, NTNU, Norway
Verified email at ntnu.no
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Ultrafast trap state-mediated electron transfer for quantum dot redox sensing
AJ Harvie, CT Smith, R Ahumada-Lazo, LJC Jeuken, M Califano, RS Bon, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 122 (18), 10173-10180, 2018
122018
Observation of compositional domains within individual copper indium sulfide quantum dots
AJ Harvie, M Booth, RL Chantry, N Hondow, DM Kepaptsoglou, ...
Nanoscale 8 (36), 16157-16161, 2016
122016
Quantum dot interactions with and toxicity to Shewanella oneidensis MR-1
AM Wroblewska-Wolna, AJ Harvie, SF Rowe, K Critchley, JN Butt, ...
Nanotechnology 31 (13), 134005, 2020
72020
An improved liquid–liquid separator based on an optically monitored porous capillary
AJ Harvie, JO Herrington, JC deMello
Reaction Chemistry & Engineering 4 (9), 1579-1588, 2019
52019
Surfactant-dependent photoluminescence of CdTe/CdS nanocrystals
K Virzbickas, L Rimkute, AJ Harvie, K Critchley
Journal of Experimental Nanoscience 12 (1), 94-103, 2017
42017
Optical determination of flow-rate and flow-uniformity in segmented flows
AJ Harvie, JC deMello
Chemical Engineering Journal 394, 124908, 2020
32020
Particles at interfaces: general discussion
A Striolo, J Kim, C Murphy, L Liz-Marzán, J Lahann, J Reguera, Y Zhou, ...
Faraday discussions 191, 407-434, 2016
22016
A high-resolution polarimeter formed from inexpensive optical parts
AJ Harvie, TW Phillips, JC deMello
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-12, 2020
12020
Screening and characterisation of CdTe/CdS quantum dot-binding peptides for material surface functionalisation
T Suwatthanarak, M Tanaka, T Minamide, AJ Harvie, A Tamang, ...
RSC Advances 10 (14), 8218-8223, 2020
12020
Quantum Dot Redox Sensors: Understanding Excited State Dynamics
AJ Harvie
University of Leeds, 2018
12018
Cover Feature: The Open Polarimeter: A High‐Resolution Instrument Made from Inexpensive Optomechanical Parts (Chemistry‐Methods 3/2021)
AJ Harvie, JC de Mello
Chemistry‐Methods 1 (3), 136-136, 2021
2021
The Open Polarimeter: A high-resolution instrument made from inexpensive optomechanical parts
A Harvie, J de Mello
ChemRxiv, 2020
2020
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