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Hugh Geaney
Hugh Geaney
Associate Professor, Department of Chemical Sciences & Bernal Institute, University of Limerick
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Colloidal Synthesis of Wurtzite Cu2ZnSnS4 Nanorods and Their Perpendicular Assembly
A Singh, H Geaney, F Laffir, KM Ryan
Journal of the American Chemical Society 134 (6), 2910-2913, 2012
4502012
High-performance germanium nanowire-based lithium-ion battery anodes extending over 1000 cycles through in situ formation of a continuous porous network
T Kennedy, E Mullane, H Geaney, M Osiak, C O’Dwyer, KM Ryan
Nano letters 14 (2), 716-723, 2014
4112014
Structuring materials for lithium-ion batteries: advancements in nanomaterial structure, composition, and defined assembly on cell performance
M Osiak, H Geaney, E Armstrong, C O'Dwyer
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 2 (25), 9433-9460, 2014
2072014
Key scientific challenges in current rechargeable non-aqueous Li–O 2 batteries: experiment and theory
MD Bhatt, H Geaney, M Nolan, C O'Dwyer
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 16 (24), 12093-12130, 2014
1492014
Bio‐derived carbon nanofibres from lignin as high‐performance Li‐ion anode materials
M Culebras, H Geaney, A Beaucamp, P Upadhyaya, E Dalton, KM Ryan, ...
ChemSusChem 12 (19), 4516-4521, 2019
1432019
Metal-assisted chemical etching of silicon and the behavior of nanoscale silicon materials as Li-ion battery anodes
W McSweeney, H Geaney, C O’Dwyer
Nano Research 8 (5), 1395-1442, 2015
1322015
Synthesis of tin catalyzed silicon and germanium nanowires in a solvent–vapor system and optimization of the seed/nanowire interface for dual lithium cycling
E Mullane, T Kennedy, H Geaney, C Dickinson, KM Ryan
Chemistry of Materials 25 (9), 1816-1822, 2013
1002013
Electrodeposited Structurally Stable V2O5 Inverse Opal Networks as High Performance Thin Film Lithium Batteries
E Armstrong, D McNulty, H Geaney, C O’Dwyer
ACS applied materials & interfaces 7 (48), 27006-27015, 2015
982015
2D and 3D photonic crystal materials for photocatalysis and electrochemical energy storage and conversion
G Collins, E Armstrong, D McNulty, S O’Hanlon, H Geaney, C O’Dwyer
Science and Technology of advanced MaTerialS 17 (1), 563-582, 2016
972016
Spontaneous room temperature elongation of CdS and Ag2S nanorods via oriented attachment
C O’Sullivan, RD Gunning, A Sanyal, CA Barrett, H Geaney, FR Laffir, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 131 (34), 12250-12257, 2009
972009
High capacity binder-free nanocrystalline GeO2 inverse opal anodes for Li-ion batteries with long cycle life and stable cell voltage
D McNulty, H Geaney, D Buckley, C O'Dwyer
Nano Energy 43, 11-21, 2018
872018
Lignin/Si hybrid carbon nanofibers towards highly efficient sustainable Li-ion anode materials
M Culebras, GA Collins, A Beaucamp, H Geaney, MN Collins
Engineered Science 17, 195-203, 2022
812022
Axial Si–Ge heterostructure nanowires as lithium-ion battery anodes
K Stokes, G Flynn, H Geaney, G Bree, KM Ryan
Nano Letters 18 (9), 5569-5575, 2018
762018
Copper Sulfide (CuxS) Nanowire‐in‐Carbon Composites Formed from Direct Sulfurization of the Metal‐Organic Framework HKUST‐1 and Their Use as Li‐Ion …
S Foley, H Geaney, G Bree, K Stokes, S Connolly, MJ Zaworotko, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 28 (19), 1800587, 2018
762018
Direct Synthesis of Alloyed Si1–xGex Nanowires for Performance-Tunable Lithium Ion Battery Anodes
K Stokes, H Geaney, G Flynn, M Sheehan, T Kennedy, KM Ryan
ACS nano 11 (10), 10088-10096, 2017
712017
Behavior of germanium and silicon nanowire anodes with ionic liquid electrolytes
GT Kim, T Kennedy, M Brandon, H Geaney, KM Ryan, S Passerini, ...
ACS nano 11 (6), 5933-5943, 2017
712017
Atomically abrupt silicon–germanium axial heterostructure nanowires synthesized in a solvent vapor growth system
H Geaney, E Mullane, QM Ramasse, KM Ryan
Nano letters 13 (4), 1675-1680, 2013
692013
High density germanium nanowire growth directly from copper foil by self-induced solid seeding
H Geaney, C Dickinson, CA Barrett, KM Ryan
Chemistry of Materials 23 (21), 4838-4843, 2011
672011
A rapid, solvent-free protocol for the synthesis of germanium nanowire lithium-ion anodes with a long cycle life and high rate capability
E Mullane, T Kennedy, H Geaney, KM Ryan
ACS applied materials & interfaces 6 (21), 18800-18807, 2014
602014
A Copper Silicide Nanofoam Current Collector for Directly Grown Si Nanowire Networks and their Application as Lithium‐Ion Anodes
IS Aminu, H Geaney, S Imtiaz, TE Adegoke, N Kapuria, GA Collins, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 30 (38), 2003278, 2020
562020
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