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History - Dr Mark Green - Inorganic

  • Materials Chemistry
  • Electronic Properties of Oxides and Chalcogenides
  • Structure
  • Neutron Scattering

Dr Mark Green left UCL in 2006 and moved to NIST in Gaithersburg, Va., USA. He is no longer taking students.

Our general interests are in solid state/materials chemistry, with emphasis on the following areas:

  • Development of novel synthetic techniques such as electrochemical crystallisation, low temperature reduction and hydrothermal synthesis to produce new materials.
  • Performing high quality structural and physical property measurements including the use of neutron diffraction, magnetisation and (magneto)resistance techniques.
  • Understanding the correlation between structure and properties with the aim of developing new materials with specific uses

Click on each of the images below to read more about our three main areas of research:

[Early Transition Metal Oxides]
[Colossal magnetoresistance]
[Porous oxides]

Selected publications:

  1. Battle, P. D., Green, M. A., Laskey, N. S., Millburn, J. E., Murphy, L., Rosseinsky, M. J., Sullivan, S. P., and Vente, J. F., Layered Ruddlesden-Popper Manganese Oxides: Synthesis and Cation Ordering. Chemistry of Materials, 1997, 9 , 552-559.
  2. Hayward, M. A., Green, M. A., Rosseinsky, M. J., and Sloan, J., Sodium hydride as a powerful reducing agent for topotactic oxide deintercalation: synthesis and characterization of the nickel(i) oxide LaNiO2. Journal Of The American Chemical Society, 1999, 121 , 8843-8854.
  3. Green, M. A. and Neumann, D. A ., Synthesis, Structure and Electronic Properties of LaCa2Mn2O7. Chemistry of Materials, 2000, 12 , 90.
  4. Green, M. A., Prassides, K. and Day, P. and Neumann, D. A. Structure of the n=2 and n= member of the Ruddlesden-Popper compounds, Srn+1SnnO3n+1. Journal of Inorganic Materials, 2000, 2, 35.
  5. JEL Waldron, MA Green and DA Neumann, Charge and Spin Ordering in Monoclinic Nb12O29, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2001, 123 , 5833.


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