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1. J. P. Kollender, A. I. Mardare, A. W. Hassel
  "Direct observation of metal dissolution during anodization of niobium"
  Electrochem. Commun. 74 (2017) 5-8
  DOI 10.1016/j.elecom.2016.11.011

2. M. Bendova, F. Gispert-Guirado, A. W. Hassel, E. Llobet, A. Mozalev
  "Solar water splitting on porous-alumina-assisted TiO2-doped WOx nanorod
photoanodes: Paradoxes and challenges
  Nano Energy 33 (2017) 5-8
  DOI 10.1016/j.nanoen.2017.01.029

3. P. Bleckenwegner, C. C. Mardare, C. Cobet, J. P. Kollender, A. W. Hassel, A. I. Mardare
  "Compositionally Dependent Nonlinear Optical Bandgap Behavior of
Mixed Anodic Oxides in Niobium−Titanium System
ACS Combi 19 (2017) 121-129
DOI: 10.1021/acscombsci.6b00162

4. I. Pötzelberger, C.C. Mardare, L. M. Uiberlacker, S. Hild, A. I. Mardare*, A. W. Hassel
Electrocatalysis on copper-palladium alloys for amperometric formaldehyde sensing Copper-nickel combinatorial library screening for electrocatalytic formaldehyde oxidation”
RSC Advances 7 (2017) 6031-6039
DOI: 10.1039/c6ra27817e

5. W. Burgstaller, G. Schimo, A. W. Hassel*
Challenges in hydrogen quantification using Kelvin probe technique at different levels of relative humidity
J. Sol. State Electrochem. 21 (2017) 1785-1796
DOI 10.1007/s10008-017-3541-3

6. I. Pötzelberger, A. I. Mardare*, A. W. Hassel
Non-enzymatic glucose sensing on copper-nickel thin film alloy
J. Appl. Surf Sci.417 (2017)48-53
DOI 10.1016/j.apsusc.2016.12.193

7 J. P. Quinones*, C. Cela Mardare, A. W. Hassel, O. Brüggemann
“Self-assembled cellulose particles for agrochemical applications”
Eur. Polymer J. 93 (2017) 706-716
DOI 10.1016/j.eurpolymj.2017.02.023
8. J. P. Kollender, A. I. Mardare, A. W. Hassel*,
“In-situ monitoring of metal dissolution during anodization of Tantalum”
J. Electrochem. Soc. 164 (2017) C598-C601
9. H. Coskun, A. Aljabour, P. De Luna, D. Farka, T. Greunz, D. Stifter, M. Kus, X. Zheng, M. Liu, A. W. Hassel, W. Schöfberger, E. H. Sargent, N. S. Sariciftci, P. Stadler*
Biofunctionalized conductive polymers enable efficient CO2 electroreduction
Sci. Adv. 3 (2017) e1700686 (1-8)