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  • Devey, K., Mucalo, M. R., Rajendram, G., & Lane, J. (2015). Pasture vegetation elemental analysis by laser induced breakdown spectroscopy. In Communications in Soil Science & Plant Analysis (CSSPA) Vol. 46 (pp. 72-80). Conference held at Queenstown, New Zealand: Taylor & Francis. doi:10.1080/00103624.2014.988578

  • Mucalo, M. R., Alwis, K. H. K. L., & Lane, J. R. (2015). A fundamental in situ IR spectroelectrochemical
    study of the electrical polarization of nickel, copper
    and gold electrodes in the presence of the unstable
    tellurocyanate ion in DMSO and DMF solutions. RSC Advances, 5(2015), 31815-31825. doi:10.1039/c4ra15609a

  • Alwis, L. K. H. K., & Mucalo, M. R. (2015). In situ IR studies on the electro-oxidation of cyanide on Ni, Cu and Au electrodes electrically polarized in dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) electrolyte media. Electrocatalysis, online, 11 pages. doi:10.1007/s12678-015-0287-5

  • Mucalo, M. R. (2015). Animal-bone derived hydroxyapatite in biomedical applications. In Hydroxapatite (HAp) for Biomedical Applications (pp. 307-342). Cambridge, United Kingdom: Woodhead Publishing (an imprint of Elsevier). doi:10.1016/B978-1-78242-033-0.00014-6

  • Jaine, J. E., & Mucalo, M. R. (2015). Measurements of the wettability of catalyst support materials using the Washburn capillary rise technique. Powder Technology, 276, 123-128. doi:10.1016/j.powtec.2015.02.026

  • Alwis, L. K. H. K., Mucalo, M. R., Ingham, B., & Kappen, P. (2015). A combined SNIFTIRS and XANES study of electrically polarised copper electrodes in DMSO and DMF solutions of cyanate (NCO⁻), thiocyanate (NCS⁻) and selenocyanate (NCSe⁻) ions. Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 162(7), H434-H448. doi:10.1149/2.0321507jes

  • Velayudhan, P. V., & Mucalo, M. R. (2014). A cursory study of the bulk and glaze composition plus metal leaching properties of a selection of antique, vintage and present day food and drink ceramic wares using XRF, FTIR, 27Al, 29Si, 31P MAS NMR and ICP-MS for providing a characterisation of the types of domestic ceramic ware used in New Zealand currently. Chemistry in New Zealand, January, 11-28.

  • Alwis, K. H. K. L., & Mucalo, M. R. (2014). In Situ IR Study of the Anodic Polarization of Gold Electrodes in Polar Aprotic Solvents: DMSO and DMF Solutions of Cyanate, Thiocyanate and Selenocyanate Ions (vol 161, pg H738, 2014). Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 161(12), X22. doi:10.1149/2.0951412jes

  • Alwis, K. H. K. L., & Mucalo, M. R. (2014). In Situ IR Study of the Anodic Polarization of Gold Electrodes in Polar Aprotic Solvents: DMSO and DMF Solutions of Cyanate, Thiocyanate and Selenocyanate Ions.. Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 161(12), H738-H750. doi:10.1149/2.0441412jes

  • Mucalo, M. R., Alwis, K. K. H. K., & Ingham, B. (2013). A combined IR spectroelectrochemical and EXAFS/XANES study of the speciation from Ni electrodes anodically polarized in cyanate-, thiocyanate- and selenocyanate-ontaining solutions of dimethyl formamide (DMF) and dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO). In 19th Australia/New Zealand Electrochemistry Symposium (19ANZES). Conference held at CSIRO, Clayton, Melbourne, Victoria.

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