Publication Archive

This list dates back to Prof. Paul Meredith's publications with colleagues and collaborators from 2016 back to 1992

 

2016

 

1. “Thiophene dendrimer-based low donor content solar cells”, D. Stoltzfus, C.-Q. Ma, R.C.R Nagiri, A. Clulow, P. Baeuerle, P.L. Burn, I. Gentle & P. Meredith, Applied Physics Letters, 109, 103302 (2016).

2. “Detection of explosive vapors with an amplified fluorescence polymer film: the roles of exciton and molecular diffusion”, M.A. Ali, S. Shoaeea, S. Fan, P.L. Burn, I.R. Gentle, P. Meredith & P.E. Shaw, ChemPhysChem, 17(21), 3343-3575 (2016).

3. “Efficient, monolithic large area organohalide perovskite solar cells”, M. Hambsch, Q. Lin, A. Armin, P.L. Burn & P. Meredith, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 4, 13830-13836, doi:10.1039/c6ta04973G (2016).

4. “Near infrared photodetectors based on sub-gap absorption in organohalide perovskite single crystals”, Q. Lin, A. Armin, P.L. Burn & P. Meredith, Laser and Photonics Reviews, 10(6), 1047-1053 (2016).

5. “Assessing the sensing performance of fluorescent dendrimer thin films for the detection of explosive vapors”, S. Shoaee, S. Chen, H. Cavaye, A. Smith, P.L. Burn, I. Gentle, P. Meredith & P. Shaw, Sensors and Actuators B, 239, 727-722 (2016).

6. “Acceptor and excitation density dependence of the ultrafast polaron absorption signal in donor-acceptor organic solar cell blends”, N. Zarrabi, P.L. Burn, P. Meredith  & P.E. Shaw, Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 7, 2640-2646 (2016).

7. *“Reduced recombination in high efficiency molecular nematic liquid crystalline: fullerene solar cells” A. Armin, J. Subbiah, M. Stolterfoht, S. Shoaee, Z. Xiao, S. Lu, D.J. Jones & P. Meredith, Advanced Energy Materials, 6(22), 1600939 (2016).

8. “Charge generation pathways in organic solar cells - assessing the contribution from the electron acceptor”, D.M. Stoltzfus, J.E. Donaghey, A. Armin, P.E. Shaw, P.L. Burn & P. Meredith, Chemical Reviews, 116(21), 12920-12955 (2016).

9. *“Slower carriers limit charge generation in organic semiconductor light harvesting systems”, M. Stolterfoht, A. Armin, S. Shoaee, I. Kassal, P.L. Burn & P. Meredith, Nature Communications, 7, 11944 (2016).

10. “AZO/Ag/AZO anode for resonant cavity Red, Blue and Yellow OLEDs”, A.R. Gentle, S. D. Yambem, P.L. Burn, P. Meredith & G.B. Smith, Journal of Applied Physics, 119(24) 016625 (2016).

11. *'Megawatt-Scale Solar Variability Study: An Experience from a 1.2MWp Photovoltaic System in Australia over Three Years”, R. Yan, T. Saha, P. Meredith, A. Ananth & M. Hossain, IET Renewable Power Generation, doi:10.1049/iet-rpg.2015.0383 (2016).

12. “Organic photodiodes: the future of full colour detection and image sensing”, R. Jansen van-Vuuren, A. Armin, A.K. Pandey, P.L Burn & P. Meredith, Advanced Materials, 28(24), 4766-4802 (2016).

13. *“Long-range proton conduction across free-standing serum albumin mats”, N. Amdursky, X. Wang, P. Meredith, D.D.C. Bradley & M.M. Stevens, Advanced Materials, 28(14), 2692-2698 (2016).

14. “Organohalide perovskites for solar energy conversion”, Q. Lin, A. Ardalan, P.L. Burn & P. Meredith, Accounts of Chemical Research, 49(3), 545-553 (2016).

15. “An hydrophilic electrode interlayer for solution processed organohalide perovskite solar cells”, Q. Lin, D.M. Stoltzfus, A. Armin, P.L. Burn & P. Meredith, Advanced Materials Interfaces, 3, 1500420 (2016).

 

2015

 

1. “Electro-optics of conventional and inverted thick junction organic solar cells”, A. Armin, A. Yazmaciyan, M. Hambsch, J. Li, P.L. Burn & P. Meredith, ACS Photonics , 2(12), 1745-1754 (2015).
 
2. “Charge transport without recombination in organic solar cells and photodiodes”, M. Stolterfoht, B. Philippa, S. Shoaee, H. Jin, W. Jiang, R.D. White, P.L. Burn, P. Meredith & A. Pivrikas, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 119(48), 26866-26874 (2015). 
 
3. “Heavy water as a probe of the free radical nature and electrical conductivity of melanin”, S.B. Rienecker, A.B. Mostert, G. Schenk, G.R. Hanson & P. Meredith, Journal of Physical Chemsitry B , 119(48), 14994-15000 (2015).
 
4. “Simultaneous enhancement of charge generation quantum yield and carrier transport in organic solar cells”, A. Armin, P. Wolfer, P.E. Shaw, M. Hambsch, F. Massoumi, M. Ullah, E. Gann, C.R. McNeill, J. Li, Z. Shi, P.L. Burn & P. Meredith, Journal of Materials Chemistry C , 3, 10799-10812 (2015).
 
5. “Molecular versus exciton diffusion in fluorescence-based explosive vapour sensors”, M.A. Ali, Y. Geng, H. Cavaye, P. L. Burn, I. R. Gentle, P. Meredith & P. E. Shaw, Chemical Communications, 51, 17406-17409 (2015).
 
6. “Quantitative real time sensing reveals enhanced sensitivity of polar dendrimer thin films for plastic explosive taggants”, A.J. Clulow, H. Cavaye, G. Tang, P.E. Shaw, J.J. Cooper-White, P.L. Burn & P. Meredith, Journal of Materials Chemistry C, 3, 9412-9424 (2015).
 
7. *“Filterless, narrowband RGB photodetectors”, Q. Lin, A. Armin, P.L. Burn & P. Meredith, Nature Photonics, 9, 687-694 (2015); also News and Views “Optoelectronics: Colour-selective photodiodes”, M.B. Johnston, Nature Photonics, 9, 634-636 (2015).
 
8. “Dielectric constant enhancement of non-polymeric organic semiconductors via side-chain modification”, J.E. Donaghey, A. Armin, P.L. Burn & P. Meredith, Chemical Communications, 51, 14115-14118 (2015).
 
9. “Bulk heterojunction thickness uniformity – a limiting factor in large area organic solar cells?”, H. Jin, A. Armin, M. Hambsch, Q. Lin, P.L. Burn & P. Meredith, Physica Status Solidi (a), 212(10), 2246-2254 (2015).
 
10. *“Unambiguous detection of nitrated explosive vapours by fluorescence quenching of dendrimer films” Y. Geng, M. A. Ali, A. J. Clulow, S. Fan, P. L. Burn, I. R. Gentle, P. Meredith & P. E. Shaw, Nature Communications, 6:8240 (2015).
 
11. “Melanins and melanogenesis for human health and (bio)technological applications: translating lessons from pigment cells”, M. d’Ischia, P. Meredith et al., Pigment Cell and Melanoma Research, 28(5), 520-544 (2015).
 
12. "Scalable roll-to-roll compatible process for the production of high figure of merit planar transparent electrodes", A. Stapleton, S.D. Yambem, A. Johns, C. Gibson, A. Ellis, J. Shapter, G. Andersson, J. Quinton, P.L. Burn, P. Meredith & D. Lewis, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 3(26) 13892-13899 (2015).
           
13. “Efficient and bright polymer light emitting field effect transistors”, M. Ullah, K. Tandy, S.D. Yambem, K. Muhieddine, W.J. Ong, Z. Shi, P. Meredith, P.L. Burn, L. Jun & E.B. Namdas, Organic Electronics, 17, 371-376 (2015).
 
14. “Charge transport and recombination in heterostructure organic light emitting transistors”, F. Maasoumi, M. Ullah, P.E. Shaw, J. Li, P.L. Burn, P. Meredith & E.B. Namdas, Organic Electronics, 25, 37-43 (2015).
 
15. “Tuning the optoelectronic properties of non-fullerene electron acceptors” Y. Fang, A.K. Pandey, D.M. Lyons, P.E. Shaw, S.E. Watkins, P.L. Burn, S.-C. Lo, P. Meredith, ChemPhysChem, 16, 1295-1304 (2015).
 
16. "Room-temperature tilted-target sputtering deposition of highly transparent and low sheet resistance Al doped ZnO electrodes", R.C.R. Nagiri, S.D. Yambem, Q. Lin, P.L. Burn & P. Meredith,  Journal of Materials Chemistry C, 3, 5322-5331 (2015).
 
17. *“Photocarrier drift distance in organic solar cells and photodetectors”, M. Stolterfoht, A. Armin, B. Philippa, R. D. White, P. L. Burn, P. Meredith, G. Juška & A. Pivrikas, Scientific Reports, 5, 1-7 (2015).
 
18. “Defining the light emitting area for displays in the unipolar regime of highly efficient light emitting transistors”, M. Ullah, A. Armin, K. Tandy, S. D. Yambem, P. L. Burn, P. Meredith & E. B. Namdas, Scientific Reports, 8, 8818 (2015).
 
19. “Planar silver nanowire, carbon nanotube and PEDOT:PSS nanocomposite transparent electrodes” A.J. Stapleton, S.D. Yambem, A.H. Johns, R.A. Afre, A.V. Ellis, J.G. Shapter, G.G. Andersson, J.S. Quinton, P.L. Burn, P. Meredith, & D.A. Lewis, Science and Technology of Advanced Materials, 16(2), 025002 (2015).
 
20. *“Low noise, IR-blind organohalide perovskite photodiodes for visible light detection and imaging”, Q. Lin, A. Armin,D.M. Lyons, P.L. Burn & P. Meredith, Advanced Materials, 27(12), 2060-2064 (2015); also selected as a Front-Cover Article.
 
21. *“Narrowband light detection via internal quantum efficiency manipulation of organic photodiodes”, A. Armin, R. D. Jansen-van Vuuren, N. Kopidakis P. L. Burn & P. Meredith, Nature Communications, 6, 6343 (2015).
 
22. “Time-independent charge carrier mobility in a model polymer:fullerene organic solar cell”, B. Philippa, C. Vijila, R.D. White, P. Sonar, P.L. Burn, P. Meredith & A. Pivrikas, Organic Electronics, 16, 205–211 (2015).
 
23. "Diffusion of nitroaromatic vapours (explosive) into fluorescent dendrimer films for explosives Detection”, M. A. Ali, S. S. Y. Chen, H. Cavaye, A. R. G. Smith, P. L. Burn, I. R. Gentle, P. Meredith, P. E. Shaw, Sensors & Actuators B, 210, 550-557 (2015).
 
24. “High performance, solution processed, non-polymeric organic photodiodes”, I.K. Kim, B.N. Pal, M. Ullah, P.L. Burn, P. Meredith & E.N. Namdas, Advanced Optical Materials, 3(1), 49-54 (2015); also selected as a Frontispiece Article.
 
25. *"Efficient, large area, and thick junction polymer solar cells with balanced mobilities and low defect densities." A. Armin, M. Hambsch, P. Wolfer, H. Jin, J. Li, Z. Shi, P. L. Burn, and P. Meredith, Advanced Energy Materials, 5, 1401221 (2015).
 
26. *“Electro-optics or perovskite solar cells”, Q. Lin, A. Armin, R.C.R. Nagiri, P.L. Burn & P. Meredith, Nature Photonics, 9, 106-112 (2015).

27.  “Optimized multilayer indium‐free electrodes for organic photovoltaics” A.R. Gentle, S.D. Yambem, G.B. Smith, P.L. Burn & P. Meredith, Physica Status Solidi (a), 212(2), 348-355 (2015).

 

2014

 

1. “Pentacene / K12 Solar Cells formed by organic vapor phase deposition”, S. Axmann, M. Brast, A. Pandey, P.L. Burn, P. Meredith, M. Heuken, A. Vescan & H. Kalisch, Journal of Photonics for Energy, 4(1), 043092 (2014).

2. “Narrow band green organic photodiodes for imaging”, D. Lyons, A. Armin, M. Stolterhoht, R.C.R. Nagiri, R.D. Janssen-van Vuuren, B.H. Pal, P.L. Burn, S.-C. Lo & P. Meredith, Organic Electronics, 15(11), 2903-2911 (2014).

3. “High mobility, heterostructure light emitting transistors and complementary inverters”, M. Ullah, K. Tandy, J. Li, P.L. Burn, P. Meredith & E.B. Namdas, ACS Photonics, 1(10), 954-959 (2014).

4. “Improved stability of non-ITO stacked electrodes for large area flexible organic solar cells”, M. Hambsch, H. Jin, A.J. Clulow, A. Nelson, N. Yamada, M. Velusamy, Q. Yang, F. Zhu, P.L. Burn, I.R. Gentle & P. Meredith, Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 130, 182-190 (2014).

5. “Worldwide outdoor round robin study of organic photovoltaic devices and modules”, M.V. Marsden, M.Hambsch, P.L. Burn, P. Meredith, et al., Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 130, 281-290 (2014).

6. “Impact of acceptor crystallinity on the photophysics of non-fullerene blends for organic solar cells”, P.E. Shaw, P. Wolfer, B. Langley, P.L. Burn & P. Meredith, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 118(25), 13460-13466 (2014).

7. *“Thick junction brodband organic photodiodes”, A. Armin, M. Hambsch, I.K. Kim, P.L. Burn, P. Meredith & E.B. Namdas, Laser and Photonics Reviews, 8(6), 924-932 (2014); also selected as a Front Cover Article.

8. *“Spectral dependence of the internal quantum efficiency of organic solar cells: effect of charge generation pathways”, A. Armin, I. Kassal, P. E. Shaw, M. Hambsch, M. Stolterfoht, D. M. Lyons, J. Li, Z. Shi, P. L. Burn & P. Meredith, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 136(32), 11465–11472 (2014).

9. “Molecular weight dependent bimolecular recombination in organic solar cells”, B. Philippa, M. Stolterfoht, R. D. White, M. Velusamy, P. L Burn, P. Meredith & A. Pivrikas, The Journal of Chemical Physics, 141(5), 054903 (2014).

10. *“The impact of hot charge carrier mobility on photocurrent losses in polymer-based solar cells”, B. Philippa, M. Stolterfoht, P. L. Burn, G. Juska, P. Meredith, R. D. White & A. Pivrikas, Scientific Reports, 4, 5695 (2014).

11. “Free carrier generation in organic photovoltaic bulk heterojunctions of conjugated polymers with molecular acceptors: planar vs. spherical acceptors”, A.M. Nardes, A.J. Ferguson, P. Wolfer,K. Gui, P.L. Burn, P. Meredith & N. Kopidakis, ChemPhysChem, 15, 1539-1549 (2014).

12. “Determination of fullerene scattering length density: a critical parameter for understanding fullerene distribution in bulk heterojunction organic photovoltaic devices”, A.J. Clulow, K.H. Lee, A.K. Pandey, C. Tao, M. Velusamy, P.L. Burn, I.R. Gentle, M. James & P. Meredith, Langmuir , 30(38), 11474-11484 (2014).

13. “Advantage of suppressed non-langevin recombination in low mobility organic solar cells”, M. Stolterfoht, B. Philippa, A. Armin, A. K. Pandey, R. D. White, P. L. Burn, P. Meredith & A. Pivrikas, Applied Physics Letters, 105(1), 013302 (2014).

14. “Dynamics of charge generation and transport in polymer-fullerene blends elucidated using a PhotoFET architecture”, A.K. Pandey, M. Aljada, A. Pivrikas, M. Velusamy, E.B. Namdas, P.L. Burn & P. Meredith, ACS Photonics, 1(2), 114-120 (2014).

15. *“Balanced carrier mobilities – not a necessary condition for high efficiency thin organic solar cells as determined by MIS-CELIV” A. Armin, G. Juska, M. Ullah, M. Velusamy, P.L. Burn, P. Meredith & A. Pivrikas, Advanced Energy Materials, 4(4), 1300954 (2014).

16. *“Quantum efficiency of organic solar cells: electro-optical cavity considerations”, A. Armin, M. Velusamy, P. Wolfer, Y. Zhang, P.L. Burn, P. Meredith & A. Pivrikas, ACS Photonics, 1(3), 173-181 (2014).

17.  “The rise of perovskites: the future of low cost solar photovoltaics”, P.L. Burn & P. Meredith,  NPG Asia Materials, 6, e79 (2014).

18. “Solution structure: defining polymer film morphology and optoelectronic device performance”, P. Wolfer, A. Armin, A. Pivrikas, M. Velusamy, P.L. Burn, & P. Meredith, Journal of Materials Chemistry C, 2(1), 71-77 (2014).

 

2013

1. “Analysis of year long performance of differently tilted photovoltaic systems in Brisbane, Australia”, R. Yan, T.K. Saha, P. Meredith & S. Goodwin, Energy Conversion and Management, 74, 102-108 (2013).
 
2. “Simultaneous enhancement of brightness, efficiency and switching in full-colour organic light emitting transistors”, M. Ullah, K. Tandy, S.D. Yambem, M. Aljada, P.L. Burn, P. Meredith & E.B. Namdas, Advanced Materials, 25(43), 6213-6218 (2013).
 
3.  “Melanins and melanogenesis: methods, standards, protocols”, M. d’Ischia, K. Wakamatsu, A. Napolitano, S. Briganti, J. Garcia-Borron, D. Kovacs, P. Meredith, A. Pezzella, M. Picardo, T. Sarna, J.D. Simon & S. Ito, Pigment Cell and Melanoma Research, 26(5), 616-633 (2013).
 
4. “Hot excitons or optical effects in organic solar cells”, A. Armin, Y. Yang, P.L. Burn, P. Meredith & A. Pivrikas, Nature Materials, 12(7), 593 (2013).
 
5. “Unlocking the potential of light emitting field effect transistors by engineering charge injection layers”, K. Tandy, M. Ullah, P.L. Burn, P. Meredith & E.N. Namdas, Organic Electronics, 14, 2953-2961 (2013).
 
6. “High-generation dendrimers with excimer-like photoluminescence for the detection of explosives”, P.E. Shaw, S.S. Y. Chen, X. Wang, P.L. Burn & P. Meredith, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 117(10), 5328-5337 (2013).
 
7. “Hydration controlled X-band EPR spectroscopy: a tool fro unravelling the complexities ofthe solid-state free radical in eumelanin”, A.B. Mostert, G.R. Hanson, T. Sarna, I.R. Gentle, B.J. Powell & P. Meredith, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 117(17), 4965-4972 (2013).
 
8. "Identifying the optimum composition in organic solar cells comprising non-fullerene electron acceptors", P. Wolfer, P. E. Schwenn, A.K. Pandey, Y. Fang, N. Stingelin, P. L. Burn & P. Meredith, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 1, 5989-5995 (2013).
 
9. “Channel II photocurrent quantification in narrow optical gap polymer-fullerene solar cells with complimentary acceptor absorption”, Y. Zhang, A.K. Pandey, K. Tandy, G. Dutta, S. Patil, P.L. Burn, P. Meredith, E.B. Namdas, Applied Physics Letters , 102, 223302 (2013).
 
10. “The nature and role of trap states in a dendrimer-based OFET explosive sensor”, G. Tang,  S.Y. Chen, K.H. Lee, A.Pivrikas, M. Aljada, P.L. Burn, P. Meredith & P.E. Shaw, Applied Physics Letters, 102, 243301 (2013).
 
11. “Detection of explosive analytes using a dendrimer-based field-effect transistor”, G. Tang, S.S.Y. Chen, M. Aljada, P.L. Burn, P. Meredith & P.E. Shaw, Organic Electronics, 14, 1255-1261 (2013).
 
12. “Investigating diffusion kinetics in sequentially processed P3HT/PCBM heterojunction films by Time-Resolved Neutron Reflectometry”, K.H. Lee, Y. Zhang, P.L. Burn, I.R. Gentle, M. James, A. Nelson & P. Meredith, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 1, 2593-2598 (2013).
 
13. “Doping induced screening of the built-in-field in organic solar cells: effect on charge transport and recombination”, A. Armin, G. Juska, B.W. Philippa, P.L. Burn, P. Meredith, R. D. White & A. Pivrikas, Advanced Energy Materials, 3(3) 321-327 (2013).
 
14. “Electronic and optoelectronic materials and devices inspired by nature”, P Meredith, C.J. Bettinger, M. Irimia-Vladu, A.B. Mostert & P.E. Schwenn, Reports on Progress in Physics, 76, 034501 (2013).
 
15. “Spectral response tuning using an optical spacer in broad-band organic solar cells”, Y. Zhang, A. Pandey, C. Tao, Y. Fang, H. Jin, P.L. Burn & P. Meredith, Applied Physics Letters, 102 013302 (2013).
 
16. “Three-dimensional carbazole-based dendrimers: model structures for studying charge transport in amorphous films”, K. Mutkins, S.S.Y. Chen, A. Pivrikas, M. Aljada, P.L. Burn, P. Meredith & B.J. Powell, Polymer Chemistry, 4, 916-922 (2013); also selected as a Front Cover article.
 
17. “Channel-II photo-current harvesting in organic solar cells realized through a narrow optical gap, non-fullerene acceptor”, Y. Fang, A.  K. Pandey, A. M. Nardes, N. Kopidakis, P. L. Burn & P. Meredith, Advanced Energy Materials, 3(1), 54-59 (2013).
 
18. “Controlling hierarchy in solution-processed polymer solar cells based on crosslinked P3HT”, C. Tao, M. Aljada, P.E. Shaw, K.H. Lee, M. Balfour, P.L. Burn & P. Meredith, Advanced Energy Materials, 3(1), 105-112 (2013).

 

2012

1. . “Factors influencing the efficiency of current collection in large area, monolithic organic solar cells”, H. Jin, A. Pivrikas, K.H. Lee, M. Aljada, M. Hambsch, P. L. Burn & P.  Meredith, Advanced Energy Materials, 2(11), 1338-1342 (2012).

2. “Injected charge extraction by linearly increasing voltage (i-CELIV) for bimolecular recombination studies in organic solar cells”, A. Armin, P.L. Burn, P. Meredith & A. Pivrikas, APL, 101, 083306 (2012).
 
3. “Kinetics of charge transfer processes in organic solar cells: Implications for the design of acceptor molecules”, P. E. Schwenn, K. Gui, P. L. Burn, P. Meredith & B. J. Powell, Organic Electronics, 13, 2538-2545 (2012).
 
4.  “A new diketopyrrolopyrrole-based co-polymer for ambipolar field-effect transistors and solar cells”, K. Tandy, G.K. Dutta, Y. Zhang, N. Venkatramaiah, M. Aljada, P.L. Burn, P. Meredith, E.B. Namdas & S. Patil, Organic Electronics, 13, 1981-1988 (2012).
 
5. “Fluorescent carbazole dendrimers for the detection of nitroaliphatic taggants and accelerants”, A.J. Clulow, P.L. Burn, P. Meredith & P.E. Shaw, Journal of Materials Chemistry, 22, 12507-12516 (2012).
 
6. “Is melanin a semiconductor:  humidity induced self doping and the electrical conductivity of a biopolymer”, A.B. Mostert, B.J. Powell, F.L. Pratt,  G.R. Hanson, T. Sarna, I.R. Gentle & P. Meredith, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, 109(23), 8943-8947 (2012).
 
7. “Efficient, large area ITO-and-PEDOT-free organic solar cell sub-modules”, H.  Jin, C. Tao, M. Velusamy, M. Aljada, Y. Zhang, M. Hambsch, P. L. Burn & P. Meredith, Advanced Materials, 24(19), 2572-2577 (2012).
 
8. “On the origin of electrical conductivity in the bio-electronic material melanin”, A.B. Mostert, B.J. Powell, I.R. Gentle & P. Meredith, Applied Phyiscs Letters, 100, 093701 (2012).
 
9. ”Structured-gate organic field-effect transistors”, M. Aljada, A.K. Pandey, M. Velusamy, P.L. Burn, P. Meredith & E.B. Namdas, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 45, 225105-225111 (2012).
 
10. “Nano-structured, active organic-metal junctions for highly efficient charge generation and extraction in polymer-fullerene solar cells”, A.K. Pandey, M. Aljada, M. Velusamy, P. L. Burn & P. Meredith, Advanced Materials, 24, 1055-1061 (2012).
 
11. “A multi-processable  n-type organic semiconductor for optoelectronics”, K. Gui, K. Mutkins, P. E. Schwenn, K. B. Krueger, A. Pivrikas, P. Wolfer, N. Stingelin, P. L. Burn & P. Meredith,  Journal of Materials Chemistry, 22(5), 1800-1806 (2012).
 
12. “Large area monolithic organic solar cells” H. Jin, C. Tao, M. Hambsch, A. Pivrikas, M. Velusamy, M. Aljada, Y. Zhang, P. L. Burn, & P. Meredith, SPIE Optics and Photonics, 8555, 855522 (2012).

 

2011

1. “Extraction of photogenerated charge carriers by linearly increasing voltage in the case of Langevin recombination”, G. Juška, N. Nekrašas, V. Valentinavičius, P. Meredith & A. Pivrikas, Physical Review B, 84, 155202 (2011).
 
2. “Solid-state dendrimer sensors:  effect of dendrimer dimensionality on detection and sequestration of  2,4-dinitrotoluene”, H. Cavaye, P.E. Shaw, A.R.G. Smith, P.L. Burn, I.R. Gentle, M. James, S-C. Lo & P. Meredith, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 115, 18366–18371 (2011).
 
3. “Is melanin a semiconductor: the mysteries of electrical conduction and melanin bioelectronics?”, P. Meredith, B. Mostert, I. R. Gentle, G. Hanson, K. Tandy, E. Namdas, F. Pratt & B. J. Powell, Pigment Cell and Melanoma Research, 24(4), 780-781 (2011).
 
4. “Charge transport properties of carbazole dendrimers in organic field-effect transistors”, K. Mutkins, S. S. Y. Chen, M. Aljada, B. J. Powell, S. Olsen, P. L. Burn & P. Meredith, SPIE Optics and Photonics, 8117, 811704 (2011).
 
5. “A dendronised polymer for bulk heterojunction solar cells”, J. Yu, K.H. Lee, Y. Zhang, M. F.G. Klein, A. Colsmann, U. Lemmer, P. L. Burn, S-C. Lo, P. Meredith, Polymer Chemistry, 2(11), 2668-2673 (2011).
 
6. “Synthesis and self-assembly of donor-acceptor-donor based ologothiophenes and their optoelectronic properties”,  R.B.K. Siram, K. Tandy, M. Horecha, P. Formanek, M. Stamm, S. Gevorgyan, F.C. Krebs, A. Kiriy, P. Meredith, P.L. Burn, E.B. Namdas & S. Patel , Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 115, 14309-14313 (2011).
 
7. “Fluorescent carbazole dendrimers for the detection of explosives”, G. Tang, S.Y.S. Chen, K. Hegedus, X. Wang, P.L. Burn & P. Meredith, Polymer Chemistry, 2, 2360-2368 (2011); in the top ten most read articles in Polymer Chemistry August 2011; selected as a “hot topic paper” October 2011.
 
8. “A solution processable fluorene-benzothiadiazole small molecule for n-type organic field effect transistors”, K. Mutkins, K. Gui, M. Aljada, P.E. Schwenn, E.B. Namdas, P.L. Burn & P. Meredith, APL, 98, 153301 (2011); also selected for APL: Organic Electronics and Photonics on-line highlights April  2011; also selected for Virtual Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, April 2011 (http://www.vjnano.org) .
 
9. “Morphology dependent electron transport in a new electron accepting solution processable small molecule for solar cell applications”, K.B. Kruger, K. Gui, P.E. Schwenn, A. Pivrikas, P.L. Burn &  P. Meredith,  APL, 98, 083301 (2011); also selected for APL: Organic Electronics and Photonics on-line highlights February 2011.
 
10. “Plastic conductors – expect the unexpected”, A.P. Stephenson, A. Micolich, B.J. Powell & P. Meredith, Materials Today, (February 2011).
 
11. “A small molecule non-fullerene electron acceptor for organic solar cells”, P.E. Schwenn, K. Gui, A. Nardes, K. Kruger, K.E. Lee, K. Mutkins, H.R. Rubinsztein-Dunlop, P.E. Shaw, N. Kopidakis, P.L. Burn &  P. Meredith, Advanced Energy Materials,  1, 73 (2011); also selected for the first issue of Advanced Energy Materials as a Frontispiece article.
 
12. “A Tunable metal-organic resistance thermometer”, A.P. Stephenson, A.P. Micolich, P. Meredith & B.J. Powell, ChemPhysChem, 12, 116-121 (2011); also selected as a highlight in Chemistry Views (http://www.chemistryviews.org/view/0/index.html)
 
13. “Explosive sensing with fluorescent dendrimers”, D. Olley, E.J. Wren, G. Vamvounis, M.J. Fernee, X. Wang, P.L. Burn, P. Meredith & P.E. Shaw, Chemistry of Materials,  3, 789-794 (2011).
 
14. “Effect of dimensionality in dendrimeric and polymeric fluorescent materials for detecting explosives”, H. Cavaye, P.E. Shaw, X. Wang, P.L. Burn, S-C. Lo & P. Meredith, Macromolecules, 43, 10253-10258 (2011).
 
15. “Morphology of an all solution processed organic solar cell”, K.E. Lee, P.E. Schwenn, A.R.G. Smith, H. Cavaye, P.E. Shaw, M. James, K. Kruger, I’R. Gentle, P.L.  Burn & P. Meredith, Advanced Materials, 23, 766-770 (2011).

 

2010

1. “Fluoride sensing by catechol-based pi-electron systems”, B.-K. An, X. Wang, P.L. Burn & P. Meredith, ChemPhysChem, 11(16), 3517-3521 (2010).
 
2. “New type-II catechol-thiophene sensitizers for dye sensitized solar cells”, B.-K. An, W. Hu, P.L. Burn & P. Meredith, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 114(41), 17964-17974 (2010).
 
3. "Facile iterative synthesis of biphenyl dendrons with a functionalized focus" E. Wren, Ellen, X. Wang, A. Farlow, S-C Lo, P. Burn, P. Meredith, Organic Letters, 12(19), 4338-4340 (2010).
 
4. “The effect of dendronisation of arylamine centered chromophores on field effect transistor performance”, E.J. Wren, K. Mutkins, M. Aljada, P.L. Burn, P. Meredith & G. Vamvounis, Polymer Chemistry, 1(7), 1117-1126 (2010).
 
5. “Fabrication of shadow masks for top contact organic FETs using deep reactive ion etching”, M. Aljada, K. Mutkins, P.L. Burn & P. Meredith, Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, 20(7), 075037 (2010).
 
6. “Competition between superconductivity and weak localization in metal-mixed ion-implanted polymers”, A.P. Stephenson, A.P. Micolich, U. Divakar, P. Meredith & B.J. Powell, Physical Review B, 81, 144520 (2010).
 
7. “Gaseous adsorption in melanins: hydrophilic bio-macromolecules with high electrical conductivities”, A.B Mostert, K.J.P. Davy, J.L. Ruggles, B.J. Powell, I.R. Gentle & P. Meredith, Langmuir, 26(1), 412-416 (2010).

 

2005 - 2009

1. “Macromolecular architectures: enhancing solubility of irium(III) complexes”, W.Y. Lai, H. Cavaye, X. Wang, S.C. Lo, P. Meredith & P.L. Burn, Polymer Pre-prints, 50, 296-297 (2009).
 
2. “Dendrimers for photon harvesting in organic and organic / inorganic hybrid solar cells”, P. Meredith, P.L. Burn, B.K. Ann, B. Langley, R. Mulherin & D. Mostender, SPIE Optics and Photonics, 7416, 74160A/1-74160A/9 (2009).
 
3. “Probing analyte diffusion into dendrimer films using neutron reflectivity”, H. Cavaye, A. Smith, M. James, A. Nelson, P.L. Burn, I.R. Gentle & P. Meredith, Langmuir, 25(21), 12800-12805 (2009).
 
4. “The supramolecular structure of melanin”, A.R. Watt, J. Bothma & P. Meredith, Soft Matter, 5, 3754-3760 (2009).
 
5. “Chemical and structural diversity in eumlanins – unexplored bio-optoelectronic materials”, M. d’Ischia, A. Napolitano, A. Pezzella, T. Sarna & P. Meredith, Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 48(22), 3914-3921 (2009).
 
6. “Ruthenium complex –cored dendrimers: shedding light on efficiency trade-offs in dye senstized solar cells”, B.K. An, R. Mulherin, B. Langley, P. Burn & P. Meredith, Organic Electronics, 10(7), 1201-1416 (2009).
 
7. “Enhancing the properties of ruthenium dyes by dendronisation”, B.K. An, P.L. Burn & P. Meredith, Chemistry of Materials, 21, 3315-3324 (2009).
 
8. “On the preparation of metal-mixed plastic superconductors: Electrical properties of tin-antimony thin films on plastic substrates”, A.P. Stephenson, U. Divakar, A. Micolich, B. Powell & P. Meredith, Journal of Applied Physics, 105, 093909 (2009).
 
9. “New materials for next generation organic solar cells”, P. Meredith, P.L. Brn, B.K. Ann, K. Kruger, P. Schwenn, B. Langley & D. Mostender, Chemistry in Australia May (2009).
 
10.  “Sensing nitroaromatic analytes with a bifluorene-centred dendrimer”, H. Cavaye, H. Barcena, P. Shaw, P.L. Burn, S.C. Lo, P. Meredith, SPIE Optics and Photonics, 7418, 741803 (2009).
 
11. “Device quality electrically conducting melanin thin films”, J.P. Bothma, J. de Boor, U. Divakar, P.E Schwenn & P. Meredith, Advanced Materials, 20 pp3539-3542 (2008).
 
12. “The vibrational spectrum of indole: an inelastic neutron scattering study”, J. Tomkinson, J. Riesz, P. Meredith & S.F. Parker, Chemical Physics, 345 pp230-238 (2008).
 
13. “Synthesis and polymerisation studies of organic-soluble melanins”, K.J. Lawrie, P. Meredith & R.P. McGeary, Photochemistry Photobiology, 84(3) pp632-638 (2008).
 
14. "Solvochromic Effects in Model Eumelanin Compounds", S.P. Nighswander-Rempel, I.B. Mahadevan, P.V. Bernhardt, J. Butcher & P. Meredith, Photochemistry Photobiology, 84(3) pp620-626 (2008).
 
15. “Effect of Dimerisation on Vibrational Spectra of Eumelanin Pre-cursors”, S.P. Nighswander-Rempel, S. Olsen, I.B. Mahadevan, G. Netchev, B.C.Wilson, S.C. Smith, H. Rubinsztein-Dunlop & P. Meredith, Photochemistry Photobiology, 84(3) pp613-619 (2008).
 
16. “The dipole strength of melanin”, J. Riesz, J. Gilmore, R. McKenzie, B. Powell, M. Pederson & P. Meredith, Physical Review E, 76, 021915 (2007): also selected for Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research, August 2007.
 
17. “Convergent proton-transfer photocycles violate mirror-image symmetry in a key melanin monomer”, S. Olsen, J. Riesz, I. Mahadevan, A. Coutts, J.P. Bothma, B.J. Powell, R.H. McKenzie, S.C. Smith & P. Meredith, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 129(21), pp6672-6673 (2007).
 
18. “Time-resolved and steady state fluorescence spectroscopy of eumelanin and indolic polymers”, S.P. Nighswander-Rempel, I. Mahadevan, H.R. Rubinsztein-Dunlop & P. Meredith, Photochem. Photobiol., 83, pp1449-1454 (2007).
 
19. “Determination of thermal and optical properties of ion implanted PEEK films by photothermal spectroscopies”, J.E. de Albuquerque, E. Tavenner, M. Curry, R.E. Giedd & P. Meredith, J. Appl. Phys., 101, 054506 (2007).
 
20.“The physical and chemical properties of eumelanin”, P. Meredith & T. Sarna, Pigment Cell Research (invited review), 19(6), pp572-594 (2006).
 
21. “Superconductivity in metal-mixed ion implanted polymers”, A. P. Micolich, E. Tavenner, B. J. Powell, A. R. Hamilton, M. T. Curry, R. E. Giedd & P. Meredith, App. Phys. Lett., 89, 152503 (2006).
 
22. “Lead Sulfide/conducting polymer solar cells”, P.E. Schwenn, A.R. Watt, H. Rubenstein-Dunlop & P. Meredith, Proc. SPIE, 6038, pp.276-287 (2006).
 
23. “Radiative relaxation in synthetic pheomelanin”, J. Riesz, T. Sarna & P. Meredith, J. Phys. Chem. B., 110(28), pp13985-13990 (2006).
 
24. “Quantitative scattering of melanin solutions”, J. Riesz, J. Gilmore & P. Meredith, Biophys. J., 90(11), pp1-8 (2006).
 
25. “Study of optical properties of electropolymerised melanin films by photoelectric spectroscopy”, J.E de Albuquerque, C. Giacomantonio, A.G. White & P. Meredith, European Biophysics Journal, 35(3), pp190-195 (2006).
 
26. “Towards structure-property-function relationships for eumelanin”, P. Meredith, B. J. Powell, J. Riesz, S. Nighswander-Rempel, M. R. Pederson & E. Moore, Soft Matter 2, pp37-44 (2006).
 
27. “Chemical and structural disorder in eumelanins – A possible explanation for broad band absorbance”, M.L. Tran, B.J. Powell & P. Meredith, Biophys. J., 90(3), pp743-752 (2006).
 
28. “Carrier transport in PbS nanocrystal conducting polymer composites”, A. R. Watt, T. Eichman, H. Rubinsztein-Dunlop & P. Meredith, Appl. Phys. Lett., 87, 253109 (2005): also selected for Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology, December 2005.
 
29. “Electrochemical synthesis of melanin free-standing films”, S. Subianto, G. Will and P. Meredith, Polymer, 46(25), pp11505-11509 (2005).
 
30. “A quantum yield map for synthetic eumelanin”, S. Nighswander-Rempel, J. Riesz, J. Gilmore & P. Meredith, J. Chem. Phys., 123, 194901:pp01-06 (2005): also selected for Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research, November 2005.
 
31. “Quantitative fluorescence excitation spectra of synthetic eumelanin”, S. Nighswander-Rempel, J. Riesz, J. Gilmore & P. Meredith, J. Phys. Chem. B., 109(43), pp20629-20635 (2005).
 
32. “Optical Scatter Imaging Using Digital Fourier Holography”, K. Y. T.Seet, P. Meredith, P. Blazkiewicz & A. Zvyagin, J. Phys. D: App. Phys., 38, pp3590-3598 (2005)
 
33. “Determination of thermal & optical parameters of melanins by photopyroelectric spectroscopy”, J.E de Albuquerque, C. Giacomantonio, A.G. White & P. Meredith, Appl. Phys. Lett., 87, 061920 (2005): also selected for Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research, August 2005.
 
34. “Immobilisation of electroactive macrocyclic complexes within titania films”, P.V. Bernhardt, N.L. Kilah, A.P. Meacham, P. Meredith & R. Vogel, Dalton Trans., 15, pp2508-2515 (2005).
 
35. “Growing semiconductor nanocrystals directly in a conducting polymer”, A.R. Watt, H. Rubinsztein-Dunlop & P. Meredith, Mat. Lett., 59, pp3033-3036 (2005).
 
36. “2-Methoxy-6-methyl-3-nitro-4-(2-nitroprop-1-enyl)phenyl acetate: Structure Report”, E.G. Moore, P. Meredith & P.V. Bernhardt, Acta Crystallographica E, E61, 1 (2005).
 
37. “Energy transfer dynamics of nanocrystal-polymer composites”, J.H. Warner, A.R. Watt, E.A. Thomsen, P. Meredith & H. Rubinsztein-Dunlop, J. Phys. Chem. B., 109(18), pp9001-9005 (2005).
 
38. “Lead Sulphide Nanocrystal: Conducting Polymer Solar Cells”, A. R. Watt, D. Blake, J.H. Warner, E.A. Thomsen, E.L. Tavenner, H. Rubinsztein-Dunlop & P. Meredith, J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys., 38, pp1-7 (2005): also selected as one of the 25 most important articles in J. Phys. D. 2005.
 
39. "A New Approach to the Synthesis of Nanocrystal Conjugated Polymer Composites", A. Watt, H. Rubinsztein-Dunlop & P. Meredith, Synth. Met., 154(1-3), pp57-60 (2005).
 
40. “Quantitative Photoluminescence of Broad Band Absorbing Melanins: A Procedure to Correct for Inner Filter and Re-absorption Effects”, J. Riesz, J. Gilmore & P. Meredith, Spectrochimica Acta A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 16(9), pp2153-2160 (2005).

 

2000 - 2004

1. “Holographic Digital Fourier Microscopy for Selective Imaging of Biological Tissue", S. A. Alexandrov, P. Meredith, T. McIntyre & A. Zvyagin, Int. J. Imaging Syst. Technol., 14, pp253-258 (2004).
 
2. “Hydrothermal Seeded Synthesis of Mesoporous Titania for Application in Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells”, I. Kartini, D. Menzies, D. Blake, J. C. D. da Costa, P. Meredith, J. D. Riches & G. Q. Lu, J. Mat. Chem., 14(19), pp2917-2921 (2004).
 
3. “A New Approach to the Synthesis of Conjugated Polymer: Nanocrystal Composites for Heterojunction Optoelectronics”, A. Watt, E. Thomsen, P. Meredith & H. Rubinsztein-Dunlop, Chem. Commun., 20, pp2334-2335 (2004).
 
4. “A First Principles Density-Functional Calculation of the Electronic and Vibrational Structure of Indolequinones: Key Melanin Monomeric Units”, B. Powell, T. Baruah, N. Bernstein, K. Brake, R.H. McKenzie, P. Meredith and M.R. Pederson, J. Chem. Phys., 120(18), pp8608-8615 (2004): also selected for Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research, May 2004.
 
5. “A Novel Route to the Synthesis of a Large Pore Mesoprous Titania with Full Anatase Nanocrystalline Domains”, I. Kartini, P. Meredith, J.C. Diniz da Costa & G.Q. Lu, J. Sol-Gel Sci. Technol., 31, pp185-189 (2004).
 
6. “Radiative Relaxation Quantum Yields for Synthetic Eumelanin”, P. Meredith & J. Riesz, Photochem. Photobiol.(Rapid Comm), 79(2), pp211-216 (2004).
 
7. “Absorption & Fluorescence Spectroscopy of Rhodamine 6G in Titanium Dioxide Nanocomposites”, R. Vogel, P. Meredith, M.D. Harvey & H. Rubinsztein-Dunlop, Spectrochimica Acta A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 60, pp245-249 (2004).
 
8. “A PbS “Quantum-Cube” – Conducting Polymer Composite for Photovoltaic Applications”, A Watt, P Meredith, J Riches, S Atkinson & H Rubinsztein-Dunlop, Curr. Appl. Phys., 4, pp320-322 (2004).
 
9. “Formation of Mesostructured Titania Thin Films Using Isopropoxide Precursors”, I. Kartini, P. Meredith, J.C. Diniz da Costa, J.D. Riches & G.Q. Lu, Curr. Appl. Phys., 4, pp160-162 (2004).
 
10. “Tailored Conductivity in Ion Implanted Polyetheretherketone”, E. Tavenner, P. Meredith, B. Wood, M. Curry & R. Geidd, Synth. Met., 145, pp183-190 (2004).
 
11. “Effect of Synthesis Parameters on the Production of Mesoporous TiO2 by a Two-Step Sol-Gel Technique”, I. Kartini, P. Meredith, X.S. Zhao, J. C. Diniz da Costa & G.Q. (Max) Lu, J. Nanosci. Nanotech., 4(3), pp270-274 (2004).
 
12. “Post-synthesis Stabilization of Free-Standing Mesoporous Silica”, R. Vogel, C. Dobe, G. Edwards, A. Whittaker, J.D. Riches, M. Harvey, M. Trau & P. Meredith, Langmuir, 20(7), pp2908-2914 (2004).
 
13. “Tricalcium Aluminate Hydration: Microstructural Observations by in-situ Electron Microscopy”, P. Meredith, A.M. Donald, K. Luke, N. Meller & C. Hall, J. Mat. Sci., 39, pp997-1005 (2004).
 
14. “Synthesis of acetoxy stabilised indolequinones as precursors to model melanin polymers”, S. Atkinson & P. Meredith, Synth. Lett., 12, pp1853-1854 (2003).
 
15. “Mesoporous Dye-Doped Titanium Dioxide for Micro-Optoelectronic Applications”, R. Vogel, P. Meredith, I. Kartini, M. Harvey, J. Riches, A. Bishop, M. Trau, N.R. Heckenberg & H. Rubinsztein-Dunlop, ChemPhysChem, 4, pp595-603 (2003).
 
16. “Dimer to Monomer Transformation of Rhodamine 6G in Aqueous PEO-PPO-PEO Block Copolymer Solution”, R. Vogel, M. Harvey, P. Meredith, N.R. Heckenberg & H. Rubinsztein-Dunlop, Macromol., 35 (6), p2063, (2002).

 

1992 - 1998

1. “Structural Studies of Concentrated Dispersions”, A.M. Donald, S. Kitching, P. Meredith & C. He, in Modern Aspects of Colloidal Dispersions (ed. R.H. Ottewill & A.R. Rennie), Kluwer Academic Publishers, London, (1998).
 
2. “Film Formation of Latices”, J.L. Keddie, P. Meredith, R.A.L. Jones & A.M. Donald, in Modern Aspects of Colloidal Dispersions (ed. R.H. Ottewill & A.R. Rennie), Kluwer Academic Publishers, London, (1998).
 
3. “Non-Ionic Surfactant Concentration Profiles in Undamaged and Damaged Hair Fibres Determined by Scanning Ion Beam Nuclear Reaction Analysis”, P.M. Jenneson, A.S. Clough, J.L. Keddie, J.R. Lu & P. Meredith, Nuc. Instrum. Meth. Phys. B, 132, p697, (1997).
 
4. “An Improved Model For Gaseous Amplification in the Environmental SEM”, B.L. Thiel, I.C. Bache, A.L. Fletcher, P. Meredith & A.M. Donald, J. Microsc., 187 (3), p143, (1997).
 
5. “Freeze-Drying: In-situ Observations Using Cryo-Environmental Scanning Electron Microscopy and Differential Scanning Calorimetry”, P. Meredith, A.M. Donald & R.S. Payne, J. Pharm. Sci., 85 (6), p631, (1996).
 
6. “Film Formation in Waterborne Coatings”, J.L. Keddie, P. Meredith, R.A.L. Jones & A.M. Donald, ACS Symposium Series (ed. T. Provder, M.A. Winnick & M.W. Urban), 648, p332, (1996).
 
7. “Film Formation of Acrylic Latices With Varying Concentrations of Non-Film-Forming Latex Particles”, J.L. Keddie, P. Meredith, R.A.L. Jones & A.M. Donald, Langmuir, 12 (16), p3793, (1996).
 
8. “Electron-Gas Interactions in the Environmental Scanning Electron Microscopes Gaseous Detector”, P. Meredith, A.M. Donald & B. Thiel, Scanning, 18, p473, (1996).
 
9. “Study of Wet Polymer Latex Systems in Environmental Scanning Electron Microscopy: Some Imaging Considerations”, P. Meredith & A.M. Donald, J. Microsc., 181 (1), p23, (1996).
 
10. “Rate Limiting Steps in the Film Formation of Water-Borne Acrylic Latices as Elucidated with Ellipsometry and Environmental SEM”, J.L. Keddie, P. Meredith, R.A.L. Jones & A.M. Donald, Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society, 210 (76-PSME Part 2), (1995).
 
11. “Kinetics of Film Formation in Acrylic Latices Studied With Multiple-Angle-of-Incidence Ellipsometry and Environmental SEM”, J.L. Keddie, P. Meredith, R.A.L. Jones & A.M. Donald, Macromolecules, 28, p2673, (1995).
 
12. “Imaging of Wet Polymer Latices in Environmental Scanning Electron Microscopy: Some Imaging Considerations”, P. Meredith, J.L. Keddie & A.M. Donald, Scanning, 17 (V), p57, (1995).
 
13. “In-situ Hydration Studies of the Components of Ordinary Portland Cement by Environmental Scanning Electron Microscopy”, P. Meredith, A.M. Donald & K. Luke, Scanning, 17 (V), p54, (1995).
 
14. “Water Anomaly in Capillary Liquid Absorption by Cement-Based Materials”, C. Hall, P. Meredith, A.M. Donald, W.D. Hoff, S.C. Taylor, M.A. Wilson, B.G. Yoon, H.W. Reinhart & M. Sosoro, J. Mat. Sci. Lett., 14, p1178, (1995).
 
15. “Pre-induction & Induction Hydration of Tricalcium Silicate: An Environmental Scanning Electron Microscopy Study”, P. Meredith, A.M. Donald & K. Luke, J. Mat. Sci., 30, p1921, (1995).
 
16. “A fiber optic probe for gas total temperature measurement in turbomachinery”, S.R. Kidd, J.S. Barton, P. Meredith, J.D.C. Jones, M.A. Cherrett & K.S. Chana, J. Turbomach., 117 (4), p635-641, (1995).
 
17. “Unsteady Gas Temperature Probes Based on Fibre Optic Interferometry”, S.R. Kidd, J.S. Barton, P. Meredith, M.N. Inci & J.D.C. Jones, ASME Trans., (1994).
 
18. “Picosecond-continuum Measurements of Ultrafast Dynamic Refractive Nonlinearities in a ZnSe Interference Filter”, J.A. Bolger, A.K. Karr, P. Meredith & B.S. Wherrett, Opt. Comm., 111, p111, (1994).
 
19. “Submilliwatt Optical Bistability in a Coated InGaAs/InP Multiquantum Well Waveguide Fabry-Perot Cavity”, D.T. Neilson, J.E. Ehrlich, P. Meredith, A.C. Walker, G.T. Kennedy, R.S. Grant, P.D. Roberts, W. Sibbett, M. Hopkinson & M. Pate, Electron. Lett., 29 (17), p1537, (1993).
 
20. “An Improved Method for Determining the Optical Constants of Thin Films & Its Application to Molecular-Beam-Deposited Polycrystalline Layers”, P. Meredith, G.S. Buller & A.C. Walker, Appl. Opt., 32 (28), p5619, (1993).
 
21. “The Fabrication of Optical Devices by Molecular Beam Deposition Technology”, S.P. Fisher, J.F. Leonard, I.T. Muirhead, G.S. Buller & P. Meredith, OSA Technical Digest Series (Optical Interference Coatings), Vol.15, p131, (1992).
 
22. “Determination of the Optical Constants of Molecular Beam Deposited Thin Films”, P. Meredith, G.S. Buller, A.C. Walker, OSA Technical Digest Series (Optical Interference Coatings), Vol.15, p325, (1992).
 
23. “The Application of Molecular Beam Deposition for the Production of Nonlinear Interference Filter Optical Logic Elements”, P. Meredith, G.S. Buller, A.C. Walker, S.D. Smith, I.T. Muirhead, S.P. Fisher, J.F. Leonard & J.L. Orr, OSA Technical Digest Series (Optical Interference Coatings), Vol.15, p95, (1992).