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We have developed several CHFS reactors (using supercritical water) for small and larger scale syntheses of highly crystalline inorganic nanomaterials (see above). To date, we have synthesised a large number of crystalline materials using the CHFS system. These include, doped nano-bioceramics,[1, 2] Co containing spinels,[3] Ceria-Zirconia solid solutions[4,5], hundreds of doped titanias, ZnO, nano-YSZ, La-Ni-O series of compounds,[6], precious metal nanoparticles, Magnetite nanoparticles, cermets, Nitrides, etc. We were recently awarded a large EPSRC consortium project to scale up the reactor and work with collaborators to assess applications of nanoceramics
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