# Recent Posts

### Open Science tools for our research group

Currently in the Organic Surface Chemistry group, there are large variations between our group members when it comes to the tools used for data analysis. Some people feel most comfortable in spreadsheet programs such as Origin or Excel, while others rely on a mix of Matlab, R, Python or other tools. We use a lot of different experimental techniques in our research, and therefore generate data in a lot of different formats.

# Recent Publications

• Glycine buffered synthesis of layered iron(II)-iron(III) hydroxides (green rusts)

• Functionalizing Arrays of Transferred Monolayer Graphene on Insulating Surfaces by Bipolar Electrochemistry

• Controlled electropolymerisation of a carbazole-functionalised iron porphyrin electrocatalyst for CO$_2$ reduction

• Patterned Carboxylation of Graphene Using Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy

• Controlled Electrochemical Carboxylation of Graphene To Create a Versatile Chemical Platform for Further Functionalization