Johnson Matthey Technology Review

The Johnson Matthey international journal of research exploring science and technology in industrial applications.

Articles

23 Sep 2022
The Evolution of Platinum Jewellery Alloys: From the 1920s to the 2020s Read more
22 Sep 2022
3D-Printed Photoelectrochemical Cell and its Application in Evaluation of Bismuth Vanadate Photoanodes Read more
15 Sep 2022
Centralised and Localised Hydrogen Generation by Ammonia Decomposition Read more
Combining State of the Art Open Source and Proprietary Machine Learning Technologies to Build a Data Analysis Pipeline for Gasoline Particulate Filters using X-Ray Microscopy, Focused Ion Beam-Scanning Electron Microscopy and Transmission Electron Microscopy Read more
11 Jul 2022
Evaluation of the Antimicrobial Efficacy of some Fermented Traditional Turkish Beverages with Probiotic Potentials Read more
27 Jun 2022
Nitrides, Hydrides and Carbides as Alternative Heterogeneous Catalysts for Ammonia Synthesis: A Brief Overview Read more
16 Jun 2022
Potential Deployment and Integration of Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier Technology within Different Industries Read more
16 Jun 2022
Analysis of Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier Systems Read more

Features

12 Jul 2022
Johnson Matthey Highlights Read more
12 Jul 2022
Guest Editorial: Recover, Renew, Reimagine – Industrial Decarbonisation Read more
21 Jun 2022
“Sustainable Materials for Transitional and Alternative Energy” Read more
06 Apr 2022
Johnson Matthey Highlights Read more
07 Mar 2022
“Digitalization” Read more
08 Mar 2022
Basics of Fourier Analysis of Time Series Data Read more
01 Mar 2022
Guest Editorial: The Digitalisation of Data at Johnson Matthey Read more
19 Jan 2022
“Women in Nanotechnology” Read more

From The Archive

Current Status of Platinum Based Nanoparticles: Physicochemical Properties and Selected Applications – A Review

Hydrocarbonyl Processes for Conversion of Platinum-Rhodium-Palladium Alloys

Mechanical Properties of Platinum Jewellery Casting Alloys

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