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David Scanlon
Professor of Computational Materials Design at University College London
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Band alignment of rutile and anatase TiO2
DO Scanlon, CW Dunnill, J Buckeridge, SA Shevlin, AJ Logsdail, ...
Nature materials 12 (9), 798, 2013
20322013
On the application of the tolerance factor to inorganic and hybrid halide perovskites: a revised system
W Travis, ENK Glover, H Bronstein, DO Scanlon, RG Palgrave
Chemical Science 7 (7), 4548-4556, 2016
6302016
Self‐regulation mechanism for charged point defects in hybrid halide perovskites
A Walsh, DO Scanlon, S Chen, XG Gong, SH Wei
Angewandte Chemie 127 (6), 1811-1814, 2015
5942015
Theoretical and Experimental Study of the Electronic Structures of MoO3 and MoO2
DO Scanlon, GW Watson, DJ Payne, GR Atkinson, RG Egdell, DSL Law
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 114 (10), 4636-4645, 2010
5402010
Can Pb-free halide double perovskites support high-efficiency solar cells?
CN Savory, A Walsh, DO Scanlon
ACS energy letters 1 (5), 949-955, 2016
3432016
Beyond methylammonium lead iodide: prospects for the emergent field of ns 2 containing solar absorbers
AM Ganose, CN Savory, DO Scanlon
Chemical Communications 53 (1), 20-44, 2017
3422017
Defect Tolerance to Intolerance in the Vacancy-Ordered Double Perovskite Semiconductors Cs2SnI6 and Cs2TeI6
AE Maughan, AM Ganose, MM Bordelon, EM Miller, DO Scanlon, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 138 (27), 8453-8464, 2016
3142016
Acceptor Levels in -Type : Rationalizing Theory and Experiment
DO Scanlon, BJ Morgan, GW Watson, A Walsh
Physical review letters 103 (9), 096405, 2009
2882009
Controlling Bulk Conductivity in Topological Insulators: Key Role of Anti‐Site Defects
DO Scanlon, PDC King, RP Singh, A De La Torre, SMK Walker, ...
Advanced Materials 24 (16), 2154-2158, 2012
2792012
n-Type doped transparent conducting binary oxides: an overview
SC Dixon, DO Scanlon, CJ Carmalt, IP Parkin
Journal of Materials Chemistry C 4 (29), 6946-6961, 2016
2722016
Interplay of orbital and relativistic effects in bismuth oxyhalides: BiOF, BiOCl, BiOBr, and BiOI
AM Ganose, M Cuff, KT Butler, A Walsh, DO Scanlon
Chemistry of materials 28 (7), 1980-1984, 2016
2422016
An ab initio Study of Reduction of V2O5 through the Formation of Oxygen Vacancies and Li Intercalation
DO Scanlon, A Walsh, BJ Morgan, GW Watson
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 112 (26), 9903-9911, 2008
2262008
Bismuth oxyhalides: synthesis, structure and photoelectrochemical activity
DS Bhachu, SJA Moniz, S Sathasivam, DO Scanlon, A Walsh, ...
Chemical Science 7 (8), 4832-4841, 2016
2242016
Sources of conductivity and doping limits in CdO from hybrid density functional theory
M Burbano, DO Scanlon, GW Watson
Journal of the American Chemical Society 133 (38), 15065-15072, 2011
1942011
Understanding the p-type defect chemistry of CuCrO 2
DO Scanlon, GW Watson
Journal of Materials Chemistry 21 (11), 3655-3663, 2011
1942011
Defect engineering of BaSnO 3 for high-performance transparent conducting oxide applications
DO Scanlon
Physical Review B 87 (16), 161201, 2013
1932013
Role of Lattice Distortions in the Oxygen Storage Capacity of Divalently Doped CeO2
AB Kehoe, DO Scanlon, GW Watson
Chemistry of materials 23 (20), 4464-4468, 2011
1912011
Band gap and work function tailoring of SnO 2 for improved transparent conducting ability in photovoltaics
AM Ganose, DO Scanlon
Journal of Materials Chemistry C 4 (7), 1467-1475, 2016
1892016
Small polarons in Nb-and Ta-doped rutile and anatase TiO 2
BJ Morgan, DO Scanlon, GW Watson
Journal of Materials Chemistry 19 (29), 5175-5178, 2009
1702009
On the possibility of p-type SnO 2
DO Scanlon, GW Watson
Journal of Materials Chemistry 22 (48), 25236-25245, 2012
1692012
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