Martin Pumera
Martin Pumera
Director, Center for Advanced Functional Nanorobots; University of Chemistry and Technology Prague
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Chemical reduction of graphene oxide: a synthetic chemistry viewpoint
CK Chua, M Pumera
Chemical Society Reviews 43 (1), 291-312, 2014
12332014
Graphene-based nanomaterials for energy storage
M Pumera
Energy & Environmental Science 4 (3), 668-674, 2011
10992011
Graphene for electrochemical sensing and biosensing
M Pumera, A Ambrosi, A Bonanni, ELK Chng, HL Poh
TrAC Trends in Analytical Chemistry 29 (9), 954-965, 2010
10812010
Graphene-based nanomaterials and their electrochemistry
M Pumera
Chemical Society Reviews 39 (11), 4146-4157, 2010
9602010
Electrochemistry of graphene and related materials
A Ambrosi, CK Chua, A Bonanni, M Pumera
Chemical reviews 114 (14), 7150-7188, 2014
7952014
Graphene in biosensing
M Pumera
Materials today 14 (7-8), 308-315, 2011
6802011
New materials for electrochemical sensing VI: carbon nanotubes
A Merkoçi, M Pumera, X Llopis, B Pérez, M Del Valle, S Alegret
TrAC Trends in Analytical Chemistry 24 (9), 826-838, 2005
6262005
Electrochemistry of graphene: new horizons for sensing and energy storage
M Pumera
The Chemical Record 9 (4), 211-223, 2009
6192009
Electrochemical nanobiosensors
M Pumera, S Sanchez, I Ichinose, J Tang
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 123 (2), 1195-1205, 2007
5382007
Electrochemistry of nanostructured layered transition-metal dichalcogenides
X Chia, AYS Eng, A Ambrosi, SM Tan, M Pumera
Chemical reviews 115 (21), 11941-11966, 2015
4972015
Layered transition metal dichalcogenides for electrochemical energy generation and storage
M Pumera, Z Sofer, A Ambrosi
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 2 (24), 8981-8987, 2014
4442014
Fabrication of micro/nanoscale motors
H Wang, M Pumera
Chemical reviews 115 (16), 8704-8735, 2015
4312015
3D-printing technologies for electrochemical applications
A Ambrosi, M Pumera
Chemical Society Reviews 45 (10), 2740-2755, 2016
4162016
2H→ 1T phase transition and hydrogen evolution activity of MoS 2, MoSe 2, WS 2 and WSe 2 strongly depends on the MX 2 composition
A Ambrosi, Z Sofer, M Pumera
Chemical Communications 51 (40), 8450-8453, 2015
4072015
Magnetic control of tubular catalytic microbots for the transport, assembly, and delivery of micro‐objects
AA Solovev, S Sanchez, M Pumera, YF Mei, OG Schmidt
Advanced Functional Materials 20 (15), 2430-2435, 2010
3822010
The electrochemistry of carbon nanotubes: fundamentals and applications
M Pumera
Chemistry–A European Journal 15 (20), 4970-4978, 2009
3772009
Graphenes prepared by Staudenmaier, Hofmann and Hummers methods with consequent thermal exfoliation exhibit very different electrochemical properties
HL Poh, F Šaněk, A Ambrosi, G Zhao, Z Sofer, M Pumera
Nanoscale 4 (11), 3515-3522, 2012
3432012
2D monoelemental arsenene, antimonene, and bismuthene: beyond black phosphorus
M Pumera, Z Sofer
Advanced Materials 29 (21), 1605299, 2017
3422017
Carbon nanotubes contain residual metal catalyst nanoparticles even after washing with nitric acid at elevated temperature because these metal nanoparticles are sheathed by …
M Pumera
Langmuir 23 (11), 6453-6458, 2007
3322007
“Metal‐free” catalytic oxygen reduction reaction on heteroatom‐doped graphene is caused by trace metal impurities
L Wang, A Ambrosi, M Pumera
Angewandte Chemie 125 (51), 14063-14066, 2013
3212013
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