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The Repository@Hull is intended to be an Open Access showcase for the published research output of the university. Whenever possible, refereed documents accepted for publication, or finished artistic compositions presented in public, will be made available here in full digital format, and hyperlinks to standard published versions will be provided.



Latest Research Outputs

Decoding the message from meteoritic stardust silicon carbide grains (2013)
Journal Article
Lewis, K. M., Lugaro, M., Gibson, B. K., & Pilkington, K. (2013). Decoding the message from meteoritic stardust silicon carbide grains. Astrophysical journal. Letters, 768(1), doi:10.1088/2041-8205/768/1/L19

Micron-sized stardust grains that originated in ancient stars are recovered from meteorites and analyzed using high-resolution mass spectrometry. The most widely studied type of stardust is silicon carbide (SiC). Thousands of these grains have been a... Read More

The time evolution of the Milky Way's oxygen abundance gradient (2018)
Journal Article
Mollá, M., Díaz, A. I., Cavichia, O., Gibson, B. K., Maciel, W. J., Costa, R. D. D., …Few, C. G. (in press). The time evolution of the Milky Way's oxygen abundance gradient. Monthly notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 000(0000), 0-0

We study the evolution of oxygen abundance radial gradients as a function of time for the Milky Way Galaxy obtained with our Mulchem chemical evolution model. We review the recent data of abundances for different objects observed in our Galactic disc... Read More

Vanadyl sulfates: molecular structure, magnetism and electrochemical activity (2018)
Journal Article
Ignaszak, A., Patterson, N., Radtke, M., Elsegood, M. R. J., Frese, J. W., Lipman, J. L., …Redshaw, C. (in press). Vanadyl sulfates: molecular structure, magnetism and electrochemical activity. Dalton transactions : an international journal of inorganic chemistry / RSoC, doi:10.1039/c8dt03626h

Reaction of differing amounts of vanadyl sulfate with p-tert-butylthiacalix[4]areneH4 and base allows access to the vanadyl-sulfate species [NEt4]4[(VO)4(3-OH)4(SO4)4]∙1/2H2O (1), [HNEt3]5[(VO)5(3-O)4(SO4)4]∙4MeCN (2∙4MeCN) and [NEt4]2[(VO)6(O)2(SO... Read More

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