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					                                 D.R. MacFarlane - PUBLICATIONS
Refereed Publications

403.   On the Concept of Ionicity in Ionic Liquids Douglas R. MacFarlane, Maria Forsyth, Katya
       Izgorodina, Andrew P. Abbot, Gary Annat and Kevin Fraser Phys Chem Chem Phys published
       online March 2009

402.   Phosphonium-Based Ionic Liquids: An Overview. K. J. Fraser and D. R. MacFarlane Australian
       Journal of Chemistr, 2009 62 309-321

401.   Structural Characterization of Novel Ionic Salts Incorporating Trihalide Anions
       P. M. Dean, B. R. Clare, V. Armel, J. M. Pringle, C. M. Forsyth, M. Forsyth and D. R.
       MacFarlane Australian Journal of Chemistry 2009 62 334-340

400.   Aluminium Speciation in 1-Butyl-1-Methylpyrrolidinium
       Bis(trifluoromethylsulfonyl)amide/AlCl3 mixtures. Nathalie M. Rocher, Ekaterina I. Izgorodina,
       T. Rüther, Maria Forsyth, Douglas R. MacFarlane, T. Rodopoulos, M. D. Horne, and Alan M.
       Bond Chem Eur J (2009) 15 3435-3447

399.   Extraction of lignin from lignocellulose at atmospheric pressure using alkylbenzenesulfonate ionic
       liquid. Suzie S. Y. Tan, Douglas R. MacFarlane, Jonathan Upfal, Leslie A. Edye, William O. S.
       Doherty, Antonio F. Patti, Jennifer M. Pringle and Janet L. Scott Green Chem., 2009, 11, 339-345
398.   Surprising effect of nanoparticle inclusion on ion conductivity in a lithium doped organic ionic
       plastic crystal. Youssof Shekibi, Steven J. Pas, Nathalie M. Rocher, Bronya R. Clare, Anita J. Hill,
       Douglas R. MacFarlane and Maria Forsyth J. Mater. Chem., 2009, 19 1635-1642.

397.   On the components of the dielectric constants of ionic liquids: ionic polarization?
       Ekaterina I. Izgorodina, Maria Forsyth and Douglas R. MacFarlane Phys Chem Chem Phys 2009,
       11, 2452-2458.

396.   Electrochemical Study of Dialcarb “Distillable” Room-Temperature Ionic Liquids
       Huan Wang , Chuan Zhao , Anand I. Bhatt , Douglas R. MacFarlane, Jia-Xing Lu, Alan M. Bond
       ChemPhysChem 2009, 10, 455 – 46

395.   Nickel sulfide cathode in combination with an ionic liquid-based electrolyte for rechargeable
       lithium batteries. J-Z. Wang, S-L. Chou, S-Y. Chew, J-Z. Sun, M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane,
       HK. Liu, Solid State Ionics 2008, 179, 2379-2382.

394.   Exploring an Anti-Crystal Engineering Approach to the Preparation of Pharmaceutically Active
       Ionic Liquids. P.M. Dean, J. Turanjanin, M. Yoshizawa-Fujita, D.R. MacFarlane, J.L. Scott,
       Crystal Growth & Design 2008, 9, 1137-1145.

393.   Interactions in bisamide ionic liquids-insights from a Hirshfeld surface analysis of their crystalline
       states. P.M. Dean, J.M. Pringle, C.M. Forsyth, J.L. Scott, D.R. MacFarlane, New Journal of
       Chemistry 2008, 32, 2121-2126.

392.   High Capacity, Safety, and Enhanced Cyclability of Lithium Metal Battery Using a V2O5
       Nanomaterial Cathode and Room Temperature Ionic Liquid Electrolyte. S-L. Chou, J-Z. Wang,
       JZ. Sun, D. Wexler, M. Forsyth, H-K. Liu, D.R. MacFarlane, S-X. Dou, Chemistry of Materials
       2008, 20, 7044-7051.

391.   Synthesis and physical property characterisation of phosphonium ionic liquids based on
       P(O)2(OR)2 - and P(O)2(R)2 - anions with potential application for corrosion mitigation of
       magnesium alloys. J. Sun, P.C. Howlett, D.R. MacFarlane, J. Lin, M. Forsyth, Electrochim. Acta
       2008, 54, 254-260.

390.   Photo- and solvatochromic properties of nitrobenzospiropyran in ionic liquids containing the
       [NTf2]- anion. R.F. Byrne, K.J. Fraser, E.I. Izgorodina, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, D.
       Diamond, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2008, 10, 5919-5924.

389.   Electrochemical co-deposition of Tin+ phases with gold in ionic liquids. J. Ding, J. Wu,
       D.R. MacFarlane, W.E. Price, G.G. Wallace, Phys.Chem. Chem.Phys. 2008, 10, 5863-5869.

388.   Vapour phase polymerisation of pyrrole induced by iron(III) alkylbenzenesulfonate salt oxidising
       agents. P. Subramanian, N.B. Clark, L. Spiccia, D.R. MacFarlane, B. Winther-Jensen, C. Forsyth,
       Synthetic Metals 2008, 158, 704-711.

387.   One-step synthesis of conducting polymer-noble metal nanoparticle composites using an ionic
       liquid. J.M. Pringle, O. Winther-Jensen, C. Lynam, G.G. Wallace, M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane,
       Advanced Functional Materials 2008, 18, 2031-2040.

386.   Effect of zwitterion on the lithium solid electrolyte interphase in ionic liquid electrolytes.
       N. Byrne, P.C. Howlett, D.R. MacFarlane, M.E. Smith, A. Howes, A.F. Hollenkamp, T. Bastow,
       P. Hale, M. Forsyth, J. Power Sources 2008, 184, 288-296.

385.   High Rates of Oxygen Reduction over a Vapor Phase-Polymerized PEDOT Electrode.
       B. Winther-Jensen, O. Winther-Jensen, M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane, Science 2008, 321, 671-
       674.

384.   Nanostructured conducting polymer synthesis in ionic liquids. J.M. Pringle, O. Winther-Jensen,
       C. Lynam, G.G. Wallace, M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane, PMSE Preprints 2008, 99, 774.

383.   Enhanced properties in chemically polymerized poly(terthiophene) using vapour phase
       techniques. P.M. Bayley, B. Winther-Jensen, D.R. MacFarlane, N.M. Rocher, M. Forsyth,
       Reactive & Functional Polymers 2008, 68, 1119-1126.

382.   Lithium-polymer battery based on an ionic liquid-polymer electrolyte composite for room
       temperature applications. S.Y. Chew, J. Sun, J. Wang, H. Liu, M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane,
       Electrochim. Acta 2008, 53, 6460-6463.

381.   Ternary mixtures of phosphonium ionic liquids + organic solvents + water. S.A. Chowdhury,
       J.L. Scott, D.R. MacFarlane, Pure and Applied Chem. 2008, 80, 1325-1335.

380.   Purification or contamination? The effect of sorbents on ionic liquids. B.R. Clare, P.M. Bayley,
       A.S. Best, M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane, Chem. Comm. 2008, 23, 2689-2691.

379.   Anionic polymerization of styrene in ionic liquids. R. Vijayaraghavan, J.M. Pringle, D.R.
       MacFarlane, European Polymer Journal 2008, 44, 1758-1762.

378.   Future directions and challenges. F. Endres, A.P. Abbott, D.R. MacFarlane, Electrodeposition
       from Ionic Liquids 2008, 369-377.

377.   Plating protocols. F. Endres, S.Z. El Abedin, Q. Liu, D.R. MacFarlane, K.S. Ryder, A.P. Abbott,
       Electrodeposition from Ionic Liquids 2008, 353-367.

376.   Technical aspects. D.S. Silvester, E.I. Rogers, R.G. Compton, K.J. McKenzie, K.S. Ryder,
       F. Endres, D.R. MacFarlane, A.P. Abbott, Electrodeposition from Ionic Liquids 2008, 287-351.

375.   Conducting polymers. J.M. Pringle, M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane, Electrodeposition from Ionic
       Liquids 2008, 167-211.

374.   Why use ionic liquids for electrodeposition? A.P. Abbott, I. Dalrymple, F. Endres,
       D.R. MacFarlane, Electrodeposition from Ionic Liquids 2008, 1-13.

373.   Control of magnesium interfacial reactions in aqueous electrolytes towards a biocompatible
       battery. B. Winther-Jensen, M. Gaadingwe, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, Electrochim. Acta
       2008, 53, 5881-5884.

372.   Electrochemistry of Room Temperature Protic Ionic Liquids. C. Zhao, G. Burrell, A.A.J.
       Torriero, F. Separovic, N.F. Dunlop, D.R. MacFarlane, A.M. Bond, J. Phys. Chem. B 2008, 112,
       6923-6936.

371.   Protic ionic liquids based on the dimeric and oligomeric anions: [(AcO)xHx-1]-. K.M. Johansson,
       E.I. Izgorodina, M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane, K.R. Seddon, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2008, 10,
       2972-2978.

370.   Methyl 9H-xanthene-9-carboxylate. P.M. Dean, J. Turanjanin, D.R. MacFarlane, Acta
       Crystallographica, Section E: Structure Reports Online 2008, E64, o854/1-o854/8.

369.   On the electrodeposition of titanium in ionic liquids. F. Endres, S. Zein El Abedin, A.Y. Saad,
       E.M. Moustafa, N. Borissenko, W.E. Price, G.G. Wallace, D.R. MacFarlane, P.J. Newman,
       A. Bund, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2008, 10, 2189-2199.

368.   Cycling performance of lithium metal polymer cells assembled with ionic liquid and poly(3-
       methyl thiophene)/carbon nanotube composite cathode. D-W. Kim, S.R. Sivakkumar,
       D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, Y-K. Sun, J. Power Sources 2008, 180, 591-596.

367.   Methimazole-Based Ionic Liquids. A.I. Siriwardana, I.R. Crossley, A.A.J. Torriero, I.M. Burgar,
       N.F. Dunlop, A.M. Bond, G.B. Deacon, D.R. MacFarlane, J. Org. Chem. 2008, 73, 4676-4679.

366.   Effect of organic additives on the cycling performances of lithium metal polymer cells. J-A. Choi,
       S-M. Eo, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, E.H. Cha, D-W. Kim, J. Power Sources 2008, 178, 832-
       836.

365.   Ionic conductivity studies of gel polyelectrolyte based on ionic liquid. E.H. Cha, S.A Lim,
       J.H. Park, D.W. Kim, D.R. Macfarlane, J. Power Sources 2008, 178, 779-782.

364.   1-Methyl-1-propylpyrrolidinium chloride. P.M. Dean, J.M. Pringle, D.R. MacFarlane, Acta
       Crystallographica, Section E: Structure Reports Online 2008, E64, o637/1-o637/7.

363.   Prospects for a widely applicable reference potential scale in ionic liquids based on ideal
       reversible reduction of the cobaltocenium cation. S.K. Sukardi, J. Zhang, I. Burgar, M.D. Horne,
       A.F. Hollenkamp, D.R. MacFarlane, A.M. Bond, Electrochem. Comms. 2008, 10, 250-254.

362.   Induction of titanium reduction using pyrrole and polypyrrole in the ionic liquid ethyl-methyl-
       imidazolium bis(trifluoromethanesulphonyl)amide. J. Ding, J. Wu, D.R. MacFarlane, W.E. Price,
       G. Wallace, Electrochem. Comms. 2008, 10, 217-221.

361.   Rotational and translational mobility of a highly plastic salt: Dimethylpyrrolidinium thiocyanate.
       J. Adebahr, M. Grimsley, N.M. Rocher, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, Solid State Ionics 2008,
       178, 1798-1803.

360.   Order-disorder transitions in poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene). B. Winther-Jensen, M. Forsyth,
       K. West, J.W. Andreasen, P. Bayley, S. Pas, D.R. MacFarlane, Polymer 2008, 49, 481-487.
359.   Ionic Liquids in Electrochemical Devices and Processes: Managing Interfacial Electrochemistry.
       D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, P.C. Howlett, J.M. Pringle, J. Sun, G. Annat, W. Neil,
       E.I. Izgorodina, Accounts of Chemical Research 2007, 40, 1165-1173.

358.   High current density and drift velocity in templated conducting polymers. B. Winther-Jensen,
       M. Forsyth, K. West, J.W. Andreasen, G.G. Wallace, D.R. MacFarlane, Organic Electronics
       2007, 8, 796-800.

357.   Liquids intermediate between "molecular" and "ionic" liquids: Liquid Ion Pairs? K.J. Fraser,
       E.I. Izgorodina, M. Forsyth, J.L. Scott, D.R MacFarlane, Chem. Comm. 2007, 37, 3817-3819.

356.   Electrochemical performance of polyaniline nanofibres and polyaniline/multi-walled carbon
       nanotube composite as an electrode material for aqueous redox supercapacitors. S.R. Sivakkumar,
       W.J. Kim, J-A. Choi, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, D-W. Kim, J. Power Sources 2007, 171,
       1062-1068.

355.   Ionic Liquid-Based Rechargeable Lithium Metal-Polymer Cells Assembled with
       Polyaniline/Carbon Nanotube Composite Cathode. S.R. Sivakkumar, D.R. MacFarlane,
       M. Forsyth, D-W. Kim, J. Electrochem. Soc. 2007, 154, A834-A838.

354.   Organoborate Acids as Initiators for Cationic Polymerization of Styrene in an Ionic Liquid
       Medium. R. Vijayaraghavan, D.R. MacFarlane, Macromolecules 2007, 40, 6515-6520.

353.   Plastic crystal behavior in tetraethylammonium dicyanamide. G. Annat, J. Adebahr,
       I.R. McKinnon, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, Solid State Ionics 2007, 178, 1065-1071.

352.   Gel electrolytes based on lithium modified silica nanoparticles. J. Sun, P. Bayley,
       D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, Electrochim. Acta 2007, 52, 7083-7090.

351.   Transport Properties in Ionic Liquids and Ionic Liquid Mixtures: The Challenges of NMR Pulsed
       Field Gradient Diffusion Measurements. G. Annat, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, J. Phys.
       Chem. B 2007, 111, 9018-9024.

350.   Nanoparticle Enhanced Conductivity in Organic Ionic Plastic Crystals: Space Charge versus
       Strain Induced Defect Mechanism. Y. Shekibi, A. Gray-Weale, D.R. MacFarlane, A.J. Hill,
       M. Forsyth, J. Phys. Chem. C 2007, 111, 11463-11468.

349.   Solubility and Stability of Cytochrome c in Hydrated Ionic Liquids: Effect of Oxo Acid Residues
       and Kosmotropicity. K. Fujita, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, M. Yoshizawa-Fujita, K. Murata,
       N. Nakamura, H. Ohno, Biomacromolecules 2007, 8, 2080-2086.

348.   Gel electrolytes based on lithium macro-anion salt. J. Sun, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth,
       Solid State Ionics 2007, 178, 785-791.

347.   Application of polypyrrole to flexible substrates. B. Winther-Jensen, N. Clark, P. Subramanian,
       R. Helmer, S. Ashraf, G.G. Wallace, L. Spiccia, D.R. MacFarlane, J. Applied Polymer Science
       2007, 104, 3938-3947.

346.   A new class of proton-conducting ionic plastic crystals based on organic cations and dihydrogen
       phosphate. M. Yoshizawa-Fujita, K. Fujita, M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane, Electrochem. Comm.
       2007, 9, 1202-1205.

345.   Conducting Polymers with Fibrillar Morphology Synthesized in a Biphasic Ionic Liquid/Water
       System. J.M. Pringle, O. Ngamna, C. Lynam, G.G. Wallace, M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane,
       Macromolecules 2007, 40, 2702-2711.
344.   Sodium pyridine-3-carboxylate. C.M. Forsyth, P.M. Dean, D.R. MacFarlane, Acta
       Crystallographica, Section C: Crystal Structure Communications 2007, C63, m169-m170.

343.   Adiabatic Calorimetry of Telomerization Reactions in Ionic Liquids. R. Vijayaraghavan,
       M. Surianarayanan, D.R. MacFarlane, Industrial & Eng. Chem. Research 2007, 46, 1025-1028.

342.   N-Methyl-N-Alkylpyrrolidinium Bis(perfluoroethylsulfonyl)amide([NPf2]-) and
       Tris(trifluoromethanesulfonyl)methide ([CTf3]-) Salts: Synthesis and Characterization.
       K.M. Johansson, J. Adebahr, P.C. Howlett, M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane, Aust. J. Chem. 2007,
       60, 57-63.

341.   An investigation of a phosphinate based ionic liquid for corrosion protection of magnesium alloy
       AZ31. P.C. Howlett, S. Zhang, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, Aust. J. Chem. 2007, 60, 43-46.

340.   Towards a Better Understanding of 'Delocalized Charge' in Ionic Liquid Anions, E.I. Izgorodina,
       M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane, Aust. J. Chem. 2007, 60, 15-20.

339.   High Frequency Dielectric Response of the Ionic Liquid N-Methyl-N-ethylpyrrolidinium
       Dicyanamide. S. Schrödle, G. Annat, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, R. Buchner, G. Hefter, Aust.
       J. Chem. 2007, 60, 6-8.

338.   Ionic Liquids – Progress on the Fundamental Issues. D.R. MacFarlane, K.R. Seddon, Aust. J.
       Chem. 2007, 60, 3-5.

337.   Exploring corrosion protection of Mg via ionic liquid pretreatment. N. Birbilis, P.C. Howlett,
       D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, Surface and Coatings Technol. 2007, 201, 4496-4504.

336.   Developing fast ion conductors from nanostructured polymers. M. Forsyth, J. Adebahr, N. Byrne,
       D.R. MacFarlane in Nanostructure control of materials, R.H.J. Hannink & A.J. Hill (Eds.),
       Woodhead Publishing Ltd., Cambridge, England, 2006, Chapter 5, pp. 97-114.

335.   Ionic conductance of PDMAEMA/PEO polymeric electrolyte containing lithium salt mixed with
       plasticizer. E.H. Cha, S.A. Lim, C.W. Lee, D.R. MacFarlane, J. Power Sources 2006, 163, 269-
       273.

334.   Electrochromic conducting polymers and packaging products: polymer selection and methods of
       application. P. Subramanian, N.B. Clark, R.J.N. Helmer, J.N. Barisci, B.C. Kim, G. Wallace,
       L. Spiccia, D.R. MacFarlane, Appita J. 2006, 59, 465-470.

333.   Electrochemistry at Negative Potentials in Bis(trifluoromethanesulfonyl)amide Ionic Liquids.
       P.C. Howlett, E.I. Izgorodina, M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane, Z. Phys. Chem. 2006, 220, 1483-
       1498.

332.   Preparation of CdSe Quantum Dots in Ionic Liquids. P.J. Newman, D.R. MacFarlane, Z. Phys.
       Chem. 2006, 220, 1473-1481.

331.   Structure and dynamics of the plastic crystal tetramethylammonium dicyanamide-a molecular
       dynamics study. J. Adebahr, F.C. Grozema, S.W. de Leeuw, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, Solid
       State Ionics 2006, 177, 2845-2850.

330.   An ionic liquid surface treatment for corrosion protection of magnesium alloy AZ31. M. Forsyth,
       P.C. Howlett, S.K. Tan, D.R. MacFarlane, N. Birbilis, Electrochem. and Solid-State Letters 2006,
       9, B52-B55.

329.   Conduction in ionic organic plastic crystals: The role of defects. J. Huang, A. Hill, M. Forsyth,
       D.R. MacFarlane, A. Hollenkamp, Solid State Ionics 2006, 177, 2569-2573.

328.   Ionic liquids: new solvents from old salts. D.R. MacFarlane, J.M. Pringle, Chemistry in Australia
       2006, 73, 11-14.

327.   An Ionic Liquid Surface Treatment for Corrosion Protection of Magnesium Alloy AZ31
       M. Forsyth, P.C. Howlett, S.K. Tan, D.R. MacFarlane, N. Birbilis, Electrochem. Solid-State Lett.,
       2006, 9, B52-B55.

326.   Synthesis, reactivity ratios and characterization of hydroquinone promoted CT co-polymerization
       of styrene and methyl methacrylate in a room temperature ionic liquid. R. Vijayaraghavan,
       D.R. MacFarlane, European Polymer Journal 2006, 42, 2736-2742.

325.   Solution-Surface Electropolymerization: A Route to Morphologically Novel Poly(pyrrole) Using
       an Ionic Liquid. J.M. Pringle, M. Forsyth, G.G. Wallace, D.R. MacFarlane, Macromolecules
       2006, 39, 7193-7195.

324.   Conducting polymer nanoparticles synthesized in an ionic liquid by chemical polymerisation.
       J.M. Pringle, O. Ngamna, J. Chen, G.G. Wallace, M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane, Synthetic Metals
       2006, 156, 979-983.

323.   Eu-activated fluorochlorozirconate glass-ceramic scintillators. J.A. Johnson, S. Schweizer,
       B. Henke, G. Chen, J. Woodford, P.J. Newman, D.R. MacFarlane, J. Applied Physics 2006, 100,
       034701/1-034701/5.

322.   Unexpected improvement in stability and utility of cytochrome c by solution in biocompatible
       ionic liquids. K. Fujita, M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane, R.W. Reid, G.D. Elliott, Biotech. and
       Bioeng. 2006, 94, 1209-1213.

321.   Thermal degradation of cyano containing ionic liquids. T.J. Wooster, K.M. Johanson, K.J. Fraser,
       D.R. MacFarlane, J.L. Scott, Green Chem. 2006, 8, 691-696.

320.   Effect of hydrophobic and hydrophilic organic salts on charge transfer polymerisation of styrene.
       R. Vijayaraghavan, D.R. MacFarlane, European Polymer Journal 2006, 42, 1830-1835.

319.   Extraction and recovery of azo dyes into an ionic liquid. R. Vijayaraghavan, N. Vedaraman,
       M. Surianarayanan, D.R. MacFarlane, Talanta 2006, 69, 1059-1062.

318.   Zwitterion effect in polyelectrolyte gels based on lithium methacrylate-N,N-dimethyl acrylamide
       copolymer. J. Sun, D.R. MacFarlane, N. Byrne, M. Forsyth, Electrochim. Acta 2006, 51, 4033-
       4038.

317.   Dye-sensitized nanocrystalline solar cells incorporating ethylmethylimidazolium-based ionic
       liquid electrolytes. Q. Dai, D.B. Menzies, D.R. MacFarlane, S.R. Batten, S.A. Forsyth, L. Spiccia,
       Y-B. Cheng, M. Forsyth, Comptes Rendus Chimie 2006, 9, 617-621.

316.   Lewis base ionic liquids. D.R. MacFarlane, J.M. Pringle, K.M. Johansson, S.A. Forsyth,
       M. Forsyth, Chem. Comm. 2006, 18, 1905-1917.

315.   The "filler-effect" in organic ionic plastic crystals: Enhanced conductivity by the addition of nano-
       sized TiO2. J. Adebahr, N. Ciccosillo, Y. Shekibi, D.R. MacFarlane, A.J. Hill, M. Forsyth,
       Solid State Ionics 2006, 177, 827-831.

314.   Transparent BaCl2:Eu2+ glass-ceramic scintillator. G. Chen, J. Johnson, S. Schweizer,
       J. Woodford, P.J. Newman, D.R. MacFarlane, Proceedings of SPIE-The International Society for
       Optical Engineering 2006, 6142(Pt. 1), 994-1001.
313.   Broadband dielectric response of the ionic liquid N-methyl-N-ethylpyrrolidinium dicyanamide.
       S. Schroedle, G. Annat, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, R. Buchner, G. Hefter, Chem. Comm.
       2006, 16, 1748-1750.

312.   Confirmation of temperature independence in the fluorescence lifetime of the 3P0 → 3F2
       transition in praseodymium-doped fluoride glass. T.B. Nguyen, V. Vella, G.W. Baxter,
       S.F. Collins, P.J. Newman, D.R. MacFarlane, Optics Comm. 2006, 261, 149-151.

311.   Novel Lewis-base ionic liquids replacing typical anions. M. Yoshizawa-Fujita, K. Johansson,
       P. Newman, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, Tetrahedron Letters 2006, 47, 2755-2758.

310.   Fast ion conduction in an acid doped pentaglycerine plastic crystal. S. Long, P.C. Howlett,
       D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, Solid State Ionics 2006, 177, 647-652.

309.   N-methyl-N-alkylpyrrolidinium nonafluoro-1-butanesulfonate salts: Ionic liquid properties and
       plastic crystal behaviour. S.A. Forsyth, K.J. Fraser, P.C. Howlett, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth,
       Green Chemistry 2006, 8, 256-261.

308.   A New Lewis-Base Ionic Liquid Comprising a Mono-Charged Diamine Structure: A Highly
       Stable Electrolyte for Lithium Electrochemistry. M. Yoshizawa-Fujita, D.R. MacFarlane,
       P.C. Howlett, M. Forsyth, Electrochem. Comm. 2006, 8, 445-449.

307.   A Critical Assessment of Electrochemistry in a Distillable Room Temperature Ionic Liquid,
       DIMCARB. A.I. Bhatt, A.M. Bond, D.R. MacFarlane, J. Zhang, J.L. Scott, C.R. Strauss,
       P.I. Iotov, S.V. Kalcheva, Green Chemistry 2006, 8, 161-171.

306.   Characterization of the Lithium Surface in N-Methyl-N-alkylpyrrolidinium
       Bis(trifluoromethanesulfonyl)amide Room-Temperature Ionic Liquid Electrolytes. P.C. Howlett,
       N. Brack, A.F. Hollenkamp, M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane, J. Electrochem. Soc. 2006, 153, A595-
       A606.

305.   High Mobility I- /I3 - Redox Couple in a Molecular Plastic Crystal: A Potential New Generation
       of Electrolyte for Solid-State Photoelectrochemical Cells. Q. Dai, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth,
       Solid State Ionics 2006, 177, 395-401.

304.   Transport and phase dynamics of poly(vinyl pyrrolidone) doped plastically crystalline N-methyl-
       N-propylpyrrolidinium tetrafluoroborate. J. Efthimiadis, G. Annat, J. Efthimiadis, D.R.
       MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, Solid State Ionics 2006, 177, 95-104.

303.   Coral Larvae Conservation: Physiology and Reproduction. M. Hagedorn, R. Pan, E.F. Cox,
       L. Hollingsworth, D. Krupp, T.D. Lewis, J.C. Leong, P. Mazur, W.F. Rall, D.R. MacFarlane,
       G. Fahy, F.W. Kleinhans, Cryobiology 2006, 52, 33-47.

302.   Solid state NMR analysis of polypyrrole grown in a phosphonium ionic liquid. J.M. Pringle,
       D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, Synthetic Metals 2005, 155, 684-689.

301.   The Synthesis of Novel Aliphatic Bis(acenaphthelene) Reactive Monomers. T.J. Wooster, S.
       Abrol, J.M. Hey, D.R. MacFarlane, J. Polymer Sci, Part A: Polymer Chem. 2005, 43, 5072-5082.

300.   The Zwitterion Effect in Ionic Liquids: Towards Practical Rechargeable Lithium-Metal Batteries.
       M. Forsyth, N. Byrne, P.C. Howlett, D.R. MacFarlane, Advanced Materials 2005, 2497-2501.

299.   LiI Doped N,N-dimethyl-pyrrolidinium Iodide, an Archetypal Rotator-phase Ionic Conductor.
       J. Adebahr, M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane, J. Phys. Chem. B 2005, 109, 20087-20092.

298.   Polymeric Toughening of Particle Filled Cyanate Ester Composites. T.J. Wooster, S. Abrol,
       D.R. MacFarlane, Macromol. Mater. Eng. 2005, 290, 961-969.

297.   Protein Solubilising and Stabilising Ionic Liquids. K. Fujita, D.R. MacFarlane,
       M. Forsyth, Chem. Comm. 2005, 4804 – 4806.

296.   Investigation of the Electropolymerisation of EDOT in Ionic Liquids. K. Wagner, J.M. Pringle,
       S.B. Hall, M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane, D.L. Officer, Synthetic Metals 2005, 153, 257-260.

295.   Photoelectrochemical Solar Cells based on Polyterthiophenes Containing Porphyrins using Ionic
       Liquid Electrolyte. J. Chen, D.L. Officer, J.M. Pringle, D.R. MacFarlane, C.O. Too,
       G.G. Wallace, Electrochem. and Solid-State Lettl. 2005, 8, A528-A530.

294.   Rheological and Mechanical Properties of Percolated Cyanate Ester Nanocomposites.
       T.J. Wooster, S. Abrol, D.R. MacFarlane, Polymer 2005, 46, 8011-8017.

293.   Composition Effects on Ion Transport in a Polyelectrolyte Gel with the Addition of Ion
       Dissociators. N. Byrne, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, Electrochim. Acta 2005, 50, 3917-3921.

292.   Cation Dynamics in Dimethyl-pyrrolidinium-based Solid-state Ion Conductors. J. Adebahr,
       M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane, Electrochim. Acta 2005, 50, 3853-3858.

291.   Voltammetric Studies on the Reduction of Polyoxometalate Anions in Ionic Liquids. J. Zhang,
       A.M. Bond, D.R. MacFarlane, S.A. Forsyth, J.M. Pringle, A.W. A. Mariotti, A.F. Glowinski,
       A.G. Wedd, Inorg. Chem. 2005, 44, 5123-5132.

290.   ZBLAN-based X-ray Storage Phosphors and Scintillators for Digital X-ray Imaging. G. Chen,
       J.A. Johnson, R. Weber, S. Schweizer, D.R. MacFarlane, J. Woodford, F. De Carlo, Proceedings
       of SPIE-The International Society for Optical Engineering 2005, 5745, 1351-1358.

289.   Thermal Analysis, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, and Impedance Spectroscopy of
       N,N-Dimethyl-Pyrrolidinium Iodide: An Ionic Solid Exhibiting Rotator Phases. J. Adebahr,
       A.J. Seeber, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, J. Appl. Phys. 2005, 97, 093904/1-093904/5.

288.   The Additive Effect of Zwitterion and Nano-particles on Ion Dissociation in Polyelectrolytes.
       N. Byrne, J.M. Pringle, C. Tiyapiboonchaiya, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, Electrochim. Acta
       2005, 50, 2733-2738.

287.   The Influence of the Monomer and the Ionic Liquid on the Electrochemical Preparation of
       Polythiophene. J. M. Pringle, M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane, K. Wagner, S.B. Hall, D.L. Officer,
       Polymer 2005, 46, 2047-2058.

286.   Group Transfer Polymerisation in Hydrophobic Ionic Liquids. R. Vijayaraghavan,
       D.R. MacFarlane, Chem. Comm. 2005, 9, 1149-1151.

285.   Ion Conduction in Plastic Crystals. M. Forsyth, J.M. Pringle, D.R. MacFarlane in
       Electrochemical Aspects of Ionic Liquids, H. Ohno (Ed.), John Wiley & Sons Inc., 2005, 289-305.

284.   Zr/Ba/Na Fluoride Glass Molecular Dynamics Studies at Atmospheric Pressure and 4 Gpa I:
       Equilibration and the Glass Transition. S. Gruenhut, M. Amini, D.R. MacFarlane, P. Meakin,
       IJPR 2005, 5, 19-28.

283.   Defect-assisted Conductivity in Organic Ionic Plastic Crystals. S.J. Pas, J. Huang, M. Forsyth,
       D.R. MacFarlane, A.J. Hill, J. Chem. Phys. 2005, 122, 064704/1-064704/5.

282.   Rapid I-/I3- Diffusion in a Molecular-Plastic-Crystal Electrolyte for Potential Application in
       Solid-State Photoelectrochemical Cells. Q. Dai, D.R. MacFarlane, P.C. Howlett, M. Forsyth,
       Angewandte Chemie Intl. Ed. 2005, 44, 313-316.
281.   Ionic Conduction in Doped Succinonitrile. S. Long, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, Solid State
       Ionics 2004, 175, 733-738.

280.   The Effect of Particle Matrix Adhesion on the Mechanical Properties of Silica Filled Cyanate
       Ester Composites. T.J. Wooster, S. Abrol, J.M. Hey, D.R. MacFarlane, Macromolecular
       Materials and Engineering 2004, 289, 872-879.

279.   Ionic Conductivity Studies of Polymeric Electrolytes Containing Lithium Salt with Plasticizer.
       E.H. Cha, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, C.W. Lee, Electrochim. Acta 2004, 50, 335-338.

278.   Ionic Liquids as Moderators in Exothermic Polymerization Reactions. R. Vijayaraghavan, M.
       Surianarayanan, D.R. MacFarlane, Angewandte Chemie Intl. Ed. 2004, 43, 5363-5366.

277.   Cyanate Ester Polymerization Catalysis by Layered-Silicates. T.J. Wooster, S. Abrol,
       D.R. MacFarlane, Polymer 2004, 45, 7845-7852.

276.   Ambient Temperature Plastic Crystal Electrolyte for Efficient, All-Solid-State Dye-Sensitized
       Solar Cell. P. Wang, Q. Dai, S.M. Zakeeruddin, M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Graetzel,
       J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2004, 126, 13590-13591.

275.   Supercritical CO2 modified organic ionic plastic crystals. Steven J. Pas, Jim Efthimiadis, Jennifer
       M. Pringle, Maria Forsyth, Douglas R. MacFarlane, J. Materials Chem. 2004, 14, 2603-2605.

274.   Thermal and Physical Properties of an Archetypal Organic Ionic Plastic Crystal Electrolyte. S.J.
       Pas, J.M. Pringle, M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2004, 6, 3721-3725.

273.   Transport Properties in a Family of Dialkylimidazolium Ionic Liquids. H.A. Every, A.G. Bishop,
       D.R. MacFarlane, G. Oraedd, M. Forsyth, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2004, 6, 1758-1765.

272.   High Lithium Metal Cycling Efficiency in a Room-Temperature Ionic Liquid. P.C. Howlett,
       D.R. MacFarlane, A.F. Hollenkamp, Electrochem. and Solid-State Letters 2004, 7, A97-A101.

271.   Living Cationic Polymerisation of Styrene in an Ionic Liquid. R. Vijayaraghavan,
       D.R. MacFarlane, Chem. Commun. 2004, 6, 700-701.

270.   Ionic conductivity of Polymer Gels Deriving from Alkali Metal Ionic Liquids and Negatively
       Charged Polyelectrolytes. W. Ogihara, J. Sun, M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Yoshizawa,
       H. Ohno, Electrochim. Acta 2004, 49, 1797-1801.

269.   Electrochemical Synthesis of Polypyrrole in Ionic Liquids. J.M. Pringle, J. Efthimiadis,
       P.C. Howlett, J. Efthimiadis, D.R. MacFarlane, A.B. Chaplin, S.B. Hall, D.L. Officer,
       G.G. Wallace, M. Forsyth, Polymer 2004, 45, 1447-1453.

268.   Ionic Liquids Symposium. D.R. MacFarlane, Aust. J. Chem. 2004, 57, 111-112.

267.   Ionic Liquids Based on Imidazolium and Pyrrolidinium Salts of the Tricyanomethanide Anion.
       S.A. Forsyth, S.R. Batten, Q. Dai, D.R. MacFarlane, Aust. J. Chem. 2004, 57, 121-124.

266.   Charge Transfer Polymerization in Ionic Liquids. R. Vijayaraghavan, D.R. MacFarlane, Aust. J.
       Chem. 2004, 57, 129-133.

265.   Ionic Liquids-An Overview. S.A. Forsyth, J.M. Pringle, D.R. MacFarlane, Aust. J. Chem. 2004,
       57, 113-119.

264.   Thermal Degradation of Ionic Liquids at Elevated Temperatures. K.J. Baranyai, G.B. Deacon,
       D.R. MacFarlane, J.M. Pringle, J.L. Scott, Aust. J. Chem. 2004, 57, 145-147.

263.   Thermal, Mechanical, and Conductivity Properties of Cyanate Ester Composites. T.J. Wooster,
       S. Abrol, J.M. Hey, D.R. MacFarlane, Composites: Part A 2004, 35, 75-82.

262.   Investigation of Ionic Liquids as Electrolytes for Carbon Nanotube Electrodes. J.N. Barisci,
       G.G. Wallace, D.R. MacFarlane, R.H. Baughman, Electrochem. Comm. 2004, 6, 22-27.

261.   Differential Pulse Voltammetry Studies of Heavy Metal Fluoride Melts. D.R. MacFarlane,
       Z. Zhou, P.J. Newman, J. Applied Electrochem. 2004, 34, 197-204.

260.   The Zwitterion Effect in High-conductivity Polyelectrolyte Materials. C. Tiyapiboonchaiya, J.M.
       Pringle, J. Sun, N. Byrne, P.C. Howlett, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, Nature Materials 2004, 3,
       29-32.

259.   The Enhancement of Lithium Ion Dissociation in Polyelectrolyte Gels on the Addition of Ceramic
       Nano-Fillers. N. Byrne, J. Efthimiadis, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, J. Mats. Chem. 2004, 14,
       127-133.

258.   Ion Conduction in Organic Plastic Crystals. M. Forsyth, J. Pringle, D.R. MacFarlane,
       W. Ogihara, in Ionic Liquid: The Front and Future of Material Development, H. Ohno (Ed.), Shi
       Emu Shi Shuppan Co. Ltd., Tokyo, 2003, 144-160. (Written in Japanese)

257.   Solid State Ion Transport and Phase Behaviour in Composites of N,N-methyl propylpyrrolidinium
       Tetrafluoroborate and Amorphous Polyethylene Oxide. J. Efthimiadis, G.J. Annat, J. Efthimiadis,
       M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2003, 5, 5558-5564.

256.   Polyelectrolyte-in-Ionic-Liquid Electrolytes. C. Tiyapiboonchaiya, J.M. Pringle,
       D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, J. Sun, Macromol. Chem. Phys., 2003, 204, 2147-2154.

255.   Acids and Bases in Ionic Liquids. D.R. MacFarlane, S.A. Forsyth, ACS Symposium Series, 2003,
       856, 264-276.

254.   The Zwitterion 1-butylimidazolium-3-(n-butanesulfonate). J.M. Pringle, C.M. Forsyth,
       M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane, Acta Cryst., 2003, E59, 1759-1761.

253.   The Effect of Anion Fluorination in Ionic Liquids-Physical Properties of a Range of
       bis(methanesulfonyl)amide Salts. J.M. Pringle, J. Golding, K. Baranyai, C.M. Forsyth,
       G.B. Deacon, J.L. Scott, D.R. MacFarlane, New Journal of Chemistry, 2003, 27, 1504-1510.

252.   1-Alkyl-3-methylbenzotriazolium Salts: Ionic Solvents and Electrolytes. S.A. Forsyth and
       D.R. MacFarlane, J. Mater. Chem., 2003, 13, 2451-2456.

251.   A New Fluorozirconate Glass-Ceramic X-Ray Storage Phosphor. A. Edgar, G.V.M. Williams,
       P.K.D. Sagar, M. Secu, S. Schweizer, J.-M. Spaeth, X. Hu, P.J. Newman and D.R. MacFarlane,
       J. Non-Crystalline Solids, 2003, 326-327, 489-493.

250.   High Br- Content Nano-Crystallized Transparent Fluorozirconate Glasses. X. Hu,
       D.R. MacFarlane, P. Newman and A. Edgar, J. Non-Crystalline Solids, 2003, 326-327, 177-183.

249.   Fast Ion Conduction in Molecular Plastic Crystals. S. Long, D.R. MacFarlane and M. Forsyth,
       Solid State Ionics, 2003, 161, 105-112.

248.   A Surface Characterisation and Microstructural Study by Scanning Electron Microscopy of the N-
       Methyl-N-Alkylpyrrolidinium Tetrafluoroborate Organic Salts. J. Efthimiadis, M. Forsyth and
       D.R. MacFarlane, J. Mats. Sci., 2003, 38, 3293-3301.

247.   Solid State Actuators Based on Polypyrrole and Polymer-in-Ionic Liquid. D. Zhou, G.M. Spinks,
       G.G. Wallace, C. Tiyapiboonchaiya, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth and J. Sun, Electrochimica
       Acta, 2003, 48, 2355-2359.
246.   Ab Initio Calculations, Raman and NMR Investigation of the Plastic Crystal Di-Methyl
       Pyrrolidinium Iodide. J. Adebahr, P. Johansson, P. Jacobsson, D.R. MacFarlane and M. Forsyth,
       Electrochim. Acta, 2003, 48, 2283-2289.

245.   Enhancement of Ion Dissociation in Polyelectrolyte Gels. M. Forsyth, J. Sun, F. Zhou and
       D.R. MacFarlane, Electrochim. Acta, 2003, 48, 2129-2136.

244.   Conductivity, NMR and Crystallographic Study of N,N,N,N-Tetramethylammonium
       Dicyanamide Plastic Crystal Phases: An Archetypal Ambient Temperature Plastic Electrolyte
       Material. A.J. Seeber, M. Forsyth, C.M. Forsyth, S.A. Forsyth, G. Annat, D.R. MacFarlane, Phys.
       Chem. Chem. Phys., 2003, 5, 2692-2698.

243.   Enhancement of Ion Dynamics in PMMA-Based Gels with Addition of TiO2 Nano-Particles.
       J.Adebahr, N.Byrne, M. Forsyth, D.R.MacFarlane and P. Jacobsson, Electrochim. Acta, 2003, 48,
       2099-2103.

242.   Novel Alkaline Polymer Electrolytes Based on Tetramethyl Ammonium Hydroxide. J. Sun,
       D.R. MacFarlane and M. Forsyth, Electrochim. Acta, 2003, 48, 1971-1976.

241.   Conducting Polymer Electrochemistry in Ionic Liquids. J.H. Mazurkiewicz, P.C. Innis,
       G.G. Wallace, D.R. MacFarlane and M. Forsyth, Synthetic Metals, 2003, 135-136, 31-32.

240.   Use of Ionic Liquids as Electrolytes in Electromechanical Actuator Systems Based on Inherently
       Conducting Polymers. J. Ding, D. Zhou, G. Spinks, G.G. Wallace, S.A. Forsyth, M. Forsyth and
       D.R. MacFarlane, Chemistry of Materials, 2003, 15, 2392-2398.

239.   The Effect of Untreated Silica Filler on Thermal, Mechanical and Electrical Properties of Cyanate
       Ester Composites. T.J. Wooster, S.X. Abrol, J.M. Hey and D.R. MacFarlane, Polymeric Materials
       Science and Engineering, 2003, 88, 437.

238.   Lithium Coordination and Mobility in Gel Electrolytes Based on an Acrylate Polymer with
       Ethylene Oxide Side Chains. J. Adebahr, M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane, P. Gavelin and
       P. Jacobsson, J. Mat. Chem., 2003, 13, 814-817.

237.   A Sealed Optical Cell for the Study of Lithium Electrode|Electrolyte Interfaces. P.C. Howlett,
       D.R. MacFarlane and A.F. Hollenkamp, J. Power Sources, 2003, 114, 277-284.

236.   Boroxine Ring Compounds as Dissociation Enhancers in Gel Polyelectrolytes. F. Zhou,
       D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, Electrochimica Acta, 2003, 48, 1749-1758.

235.   A New Family of Ionic Liquids Based on the 1-alkyl-2-methyl Pyrrolinium Cation. J. Sun,
       D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, Electrochmica Acta, 2003, 48, 1707-1711.

234.   Ion Transport in Polymer Electrolytes Containing Nanoparticulate TiO2: The Influence of
       Polymer Morphology. J. Adebahr, A.S. Best, N. Byrne, P. Jacobsson, D.R. MacFarlane and M.
       Forsyth, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2003, 5, 720-725.

233.   Superhyperfine Interactions in Inhomogeneously Broadened Paramagnetic Centers Observed via a
       Hole-burned Free Induction Decay. S.C. Drew, J.R. Pilbrow, P.J. Newman and D.R. MacFarlane,
       J. Chem. Phys., 2003, 118, 3148-3153.

232.   Use of Ionic Liquids For π-Conjugated Polymer Electrochemical Devices. W. Lu, A.G. Fadeev,
       B. Qi, B.R. Mattes, G. Wallace, J. Ding, G. Spinks, J. Mazurkiewicz, D.R. MacFarlane, S. Forsyth
       and M. Forsyth, Science, 2002, 297, 983-987.

231.   Physical Trends and Structural Features in Oganic Salts of the Thiocyanatye Anion. J. M. Pringle,
       J. Golding, C. M. Forsyth, G. B. Deacon, M. Forsyth and D. R. MacFarlane, J. Mat. Chem., 2002,
       12, 3475 – 3480.

230.   Ionic Liquids Based on Imidazolium, Ammonium and Pyrrolidinium Salts of the Dicyanamide
       Anion. D.R. MacFarlane, J. Golding, S. Forsyth , M. Forsyth and G.B. Deacon, Green Chemistry,
       2002, 4, 444-448.

229.   Methanesulphonate and p-Toluenesulphonate Salts of the N-methyl-N-alkyl-Pyrrolidinium and
       Quaternary Ammonium Cations: Novel Low Cost Ionic Liquids. J. Golding, S. Forsyth, D.R.
       MacFarlane, M. Forsyth and G.B. Deacon, Green Chemistry, 2002, 4, 223-229.

228.   Structure and Transport Properties in an N,N substituted pyrrolidinium tetrafluoroborate plastic
       crystal. J. Efthimiadis, S.J. Pas, M. Forsyth and D.R. MacFarlane, Solid State Ionics, 2002, 154-
       155 279-284.

227.   Methods of purification of zirconium tetrafluoride for fluorozirconate glass. D.R. MacFarlane,
       P.J. Newman and A. Voelkel, J. Am. Ceram. Soc., 2002, 85, 1610-1612.

226.   Structural Characterization of Novel Ionic Materials Incorporating the
       Bis(trifluoromethanesulfonyl)amide Anion. C.M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane, J.J. Golding,
       J. Huang, J. Sun and M. Forsyth, Chemistry of Materials, 2002, 14, 2103-2108.

225.   Microstructural and Molecular Level Characterisation of Plastic Crystal Phases of Pyrrolidinium
       TFSA salts. A.J. Hill, J. Huang, J. Efthimiadis, P. Meakin, M. Forsyth and D.R.MacFarlane, Solid
       State Ionics, 2002, 154-155, 119-124.

224.   Polymer in Ionic Liquid Electrolytes. C. Tiyapiboonchaiya, D.R. MacFarlane, J. Sun and
       M. Forsyth, Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics, 2002, 203, 1906-1911.

223.   Conductive plastic crystal phases of the 1-alkyl-2-methyl pyrrolinium TFSA salts. J. Sun,
       D.R. MacFarlane and M. Forsyth, Solid State Ionics, 2002, 148, 145-151.

222.   7Li NMR measurements of polymer gel electrolytes. J. Adebahr, M. Forsyth, D.R.MacFarlane,
       P. Gavelin and P. Jacobsson, Solid State Ionics, 2002, 147, 303-307.

221.   Reversible Self-polymerizing High Tg Lyoprotectants. D.R. MacFarlane, J. Pringle and G. Annat,
       Cryobiology, 2002, 45, 188-192.

220.   The effect of nano-particle TiO2 fillers on structure and transport in polymer electrolytes.
       M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane, A. Best, J. Adebahr, P. Jacobsson and A.J. Hill, Solid State Ionics,
       2002, 147, 203-211.

219.   Compositional effects on structure and transport properties in a polyelectrolyte gel. M. Forsyth,
       H.A. Every, D.R. MacFarlane, J. Travas-Sejdic and R. Steiner, Macromolecular Materials and
       Engineering, 2002, 287, 523-531.

218.   Rapid, clean, and mild O-acetylation of alcohols and carbohydrates in an ionic liquid.
       S.A. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane, R.J. Thomson and M. Von Itzstein, Chem Commun, 2002, 714-
       715.

217.   Lithium polyelectrolyte-ionic liquid systems. J. Sun, D.R. MacFarlane and M. Forsyth, Solid State
       Ionics, 2002, 147, 333-339.

216.   The voltammetric reduction, deprotonation and surface activity of ruthenium photovoltaic
       sensitizers in acetone. G. Wolfbauer, A.M. Bond, G.B. Deacon, J. Howitt, D.R. MacFarlane and
       L. Spiccia, Electrochem. Comm., 2002, 3, 400-405.

215.   N,N-dimethyl pyrrolidinium hydroxide: a highly conductive solid material at ambient
       temperature. J. Sun, D.R. Macfarlane and M. Forsyth, J. Mat. Chem., 2001, 11, 2940-2942.

214.   Field-swept pulsed electron paramagnetic resonance of Cr3+-doped ZBLAN fluoride glass.
       S.C. Drew, J.R. Pilbrow, P.J. Newman and D.R. MacFarlane, J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys., 2001, 34, 1-
       8.

213.   Plastic Crystal Electrolyte Materials: New Perspectives on Solid State Ionics. D.R. MacFarlane
       and M. Forsyth, Adv. Mater., 2001, 13, 957-966.

212.   Photoluminescence and crystallization in europium-doped fluorobromozirconate glass-ceramics.
       A. Edgar, S. Schweizer, S. Assmann, J.M. Spaeth, P.J. Newman and D.R. MacFarlane, J. Non-
       Crystalline Solids, 2001, 284, 237-242.

211.   Room temperature fast-ion conduction in imidazolium halide salts. H.A. Every, A.G. Bishop,
       D.R. MacFarlane, G. Oraedd and M. Forsyth, J. Mat. Chem., 2001, 11, 3031-3036.

210.   Acid-Organic base swollen polymer membranes. J. Sun, L.R. Jordan, M. Forsyth and
       D.R. MacFarlane, Electrochim. Acta, 2001, 46, 1703-1708.

209.   Microscopic Interactions in Nanocomposite Elecrolytes. A.S. Best, J. Adebahr, P. Jacobsson, D.R.
       MacFarlane and M. Forsyth, Macromolecules, 2001, 34, 4549 - 4555.

208.   Composite cell components for elevated temperature all-solid-state Li-ion batteries. M.J.G. Jak,
       M.S. Pontfoort, N. Van Landschoot, A.S. Best, E.M. Kelder, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth and J.
       Schoonman, Solid State Ionics, 2001, 143, 57 – 66.

207.   Population Dynamics in Er(III) doped fluoride glasses. V.K. Bogdanov, D.J. Booth, W.E.K.
       Gibbs, J.S. Javornicky, P.J. Newman nad D.R.MacFarlane, Phys. Rev. B, 2001, 63, 205107-1 –
       205107-15.

206.   Characterization of a proton conductor based on silicotungstic acid. J. Sun, D.R. MacFarlane and
       M. Forsyth, Electrochim. Acta, 2001, 46, 1673-1678.

205.   A Channel Flow Cell System Specifically Designed to Test the Efficiency of Redox Shuttles in
       Dye Sensitized Solar Cells. G. Wolfbauer, A. M. Bond, J. C. Eklund and D. R. MacFarlane, Solar
       Energy Materials & Solar Cells, 2001, 70, 85-101.

204.   Structural studies of ambient temperature plastic crystal ion conductors. D.R. MacFarlane,
       P. Meakin, N. Amini and M. Forsyth, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, 2001, 13, 8257-
       8267.

203.   Dependence of the Voltammetric Oxidation of the Photovoltaic Sensitizer [(H3-
       tctpy)RuII(NCS)3]- on the Electrode Material, Solvent and Isomeric Purity. G. Wolfbauer,
       A.M. Bond, G.B. Deacon, J. Howitt, D.R. MacFarlane and L.Spiccia, J. Electrochem. Soc., 2001,
       148, E97-E104.

202.   Low Viscosity Ionic Liquids Based on Organic Salts of the Dicyanamide Anion. D.R.
       MacFarlane, J. Golding, S. Forsyth, M. Forsyth and G.B. Deacon, Chem. Comm., 2001, 1430-
       1431.

201.   N-methyl-N-alkyl-pyrrolidinium tetrafluoroborate salts : Ionic solvents and solid electrolytes.
       S. Forsyth, J. Golding, D.R. MacFarlane and M. Forsyth, Electrochimica Acta, 2001, 46, 1753-
       1758.

200.   N-methyl-N-alkylpyrrolidinium hexafluorophosphate salts: Novel Molten Salts and Plastic
       Crystal Phases. J. Golding, H. Hamid, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, C. Forsyth, C. Collins and
       J. Huang, Chemistry of Materials 2001, 13, 558-564.
199.   Hydroxide-doped Plastic Crystal Electrolytes Based on Pyrrolidinium Imide Salts. J. Sun,
       D.R MacFarlane and M. Forsyth. Solid State Ionics 2000, 663-667.

198.   Lithium Doped N-methyl-N-ethylpyrrolidinium bis(trifluoromethanesulfonyl)amide fast-ion
       conducting plastic crystals M. Forsyth, Junhua Huang and D.R. MacFarlane, J. Materials Chem.,
       2000,10, 2259-2265.

197.   Stoichiometric changes in lithium conducting materials based on Li1+xAlxTi2-x(PO4)(3):
       impedance, X-ray and NMR studies. A.S. Best, M. Forsyth and D.R. MacFarlane, Solid State
       Ionics, 2000, 136, 339-344.

196.   Ion Diffusion in Molten Salt Mixtures. H. Every, M. Forsyth, A. Bishop and D.R. MacFarlane.
       Electrochmica Acta, 2000, 45, 1279-1284.

195.   Clean, efficient syntheses of cyclotriveratrylene (CTV) and tris-(O-allyl)CTV in an ionic liquid.
       J.L. Scott, D.R. MacFarlane, C.L. Raston and C. Mei Teoh. Green Chemistry, 2000, 2, 123-126.

194.   Electrochemical, Spectroelectrochemical and Theoretical Studies on the Reduction and
                                                                 II
       Deprotonation of the Photovoltaic sensitizer [(H3-tctpy)Ru (NCS)3]- (H3-tctpy=2,2’:6’,2”-
       terpyridine-4,4’,4”-tricarboxylic acid). G. Wolfbauer, A.M. Bond, G.B. Deacon, D.R.
       MacFarlane and L. Spiccia. J. Electroanal. Chem. 2000, 490, 7-16.

193.   High Conductivity Molten Salts based on the Imide Ion. D.R. MacFarlane, J. Sun, J. Golding, P.
       Meakin and M. Forsyth, Electrochimica Acta 2000, 45, 1271-1278.

192.   Experimental and Theoretical investigations of the effect of deprotonation on electronic spectra
       and reversible potentials of photovoltaic sensitizers: Deprotonation of cis-L2RuX2
       (L=2,2'bibyridine-4,4'-dicarboxylic acid, X=CN-, NCS-) by electrochemical reduction at platinum
       electrodes. G Wolfbauer, A.M. Bond, G.B. Deacon, D.R. MacFarlane and L. Spiccia, J. Am.
       Chem. Soc, 2000, 122, 130-142.

191.   Novel High Salt Content Polymer Electrolytes Based on High Tg Polymers. M. Forsyth, J. Sun
       and D.R. MacFarlane. Electrochmica Acta, 2000, 45, 1249-1254.

190.   Glass Transition and Free Volume Behaviour of Poly(acrylonitrile)/LiCF3SO3 Polymer-in-salt
       Electrolytes Compared to Poly(ether urethane)/LiClO4 Solid Polymer Electrolytes. M. Forsyth,
       D.R. MacFarlane, A.J. Hill, Electrochimica Acta, 45 (2000) 1243-1247.

189.   Compositional Dependence of Free Volume in PAN/LiCF3SO3 Polymer-in-Salt Electrolytes and
       the Effect on Ionic Conductivity. M. Forsyth, J. Sun, D.R. MacFarlane and A.J. Hill. J. Polymer
       Sci; Polymer Physics, 2000, 38, 341-350.

188.   NMR and Raman Studies of a Novel Fast-ion-conducting Polymer-in-salt Electrolyte Based on
       LiCF3SO3 and PAN. A. Ferry, L. Edman, M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane and J. Sun.
       Electrochimica Acta, 2000, 45, 1237-1242.

187.   Solid State Lithium Ion Conduction in Pyrrolidinium Imide-Lithium Imide Salt Mixtures. J.
       Huang, M. Forsyth and D.R. MacFarlane. Solid State Ionics, 2000, 136, 447-452.

186.   Connectivity, Ionic Interactions and Migration in a Novel Fast-ion-conducting Polymer-in-salt
       Electrolyte Based on Poly(acrylonitrile) and LiCF3SO3. A. Ferry, L. Edman, M. Forsyth, D.R.
       MacFarlane, J. Sun. J. Appl. Phys., 1999, 86, 2346-2348.

185.   Lithium-Doped Plastic Crystal Electrolytes Exhibiting Fast Ion Conduction for Secondary
       Batteries. D.R. MacFarlane, J. Huang and M. Forsyth, Nature, 1999, 402, 792-794.

184.   Sugars Exert a major Influence on the Vitrification properties of Ethylene Glycol-Based Solutions
       and Have Low Toxicity to Embryos and Oocytes. L.L. Kuleshova, D.R. MacFarlane,
       A.O.Trounson and J.M. Shaw. Cryobiology, 1999, 38, 119-130.

183.   Conductivity in amorphous polyether nanocomposite materials. A.S. Best, A. Ferry, D.R.
       MacFarlane and M. Forsyth. Solid State Ionics, 1999, 126, 269-276.

182.   Electrochemical and Spectroscopic Studies on the Reduction of the cis-Et2-dcbpy)2RuX2 series of
       photovoltaic sensitizer precursor complexes (Et2-dcbpy = 2,2'bipyridine 4,4 diethoxydicarboxylic
       acid X = Cl-,I-, NCS- CN-. G Wolfbauer, A Bond and D.R. MacFarlane. J. Chem. Soc., Dalton
       Trans. 1999, 4363-4372.

181.   Electrochemical and Spectroscopic Studies on the Oxidation of the cis-Et2-dcbpy)2RuX2 series of
       photovoltaic sensitizer precursor complexes (Et2-dcbpy = 2,2'bipyridine 4,4 diethoxydicarboxylic
       acid X = Cl-,I-, NCS- CN- G Wolfbauer, A Bond, D.R. MacFarlane. Inorganic Chem., 1999, 38,
       3836-3846.

180.   Electrochemical studies of rare earths in fluoride melts. D.R. MacFarlane, J. Javorniczky and
       P.J. Newman, J. Non-Cryst. Sol., 1999, 256 & 257 36-41.

179.   Pyrrolidinium Imides: A New Family of Molten Salts and Conductive Plastic Crystal Phases.
       D.R. MacFarlane, P. Meakin, J. Sun, N. Amini, M. Forsyth, J Phys Chem. 1999, 103, 4164-4170.
                              2+
178.   In-situ generation of Eu in glass-forming melts. D.R. MacFarlane, P.J. Newman, J.D. Cashion
       and A. Edgar, J. Non-Cryst. Sol. 1999, 256 & 257, 53-58.
                                        3+
177.   Energy exchange processes in Er - doped fluorozirconate glasses, V.K. Bogdanov, W.E.K.
       Gibbs, D.J. Booth, J. Javornickzky, P.J. Newman and D. R. MacFarlane, J. Non-Cryst. Sol. 1999,
       256 & 257, 366-400.

176.   Characterisation and Impedance Spectroscopy of Substituted Li1.3 Al0.3Ti1.7(PO4)3-x(ZO4)x
       (Z=V, Nb) Ceramics. A.S. Best, P.J. Newman, D.R. MacFarlane, K.M. Nairn, S. Wong and
       M. Forsyth, Solid State Ionics, 1999, 126, 191-196.

175.   NMR Studies of Modified Nasicon-like, lithium Conducting Solid Electrolytes, M. Forsyth, S.
       Wong and K.M. Nairn and A.S. Best, P.J. Newman and D.R. MacFarlane. Solid State Ionics,
       1999, 124, 213-219.

174.   Photostimulated Luminescence in a Rare Earth-Doped Fluorobromozirconate Glass Ceramic.
       A. Edgar,J.-M. Spaeth, S. Schweizer, S. Assmann, P.J. Newman, D.R. MacFarlane, Applied
       Physics Letters 1999, 75, 2386-2388.

173.   Electrochemical Studies of Rare Earths iIn Fluoride Melts. D.R. MacFarlane, J. Javorniczky,
       P.J. Newman, J. Non-Crystalline Solids 1999, 256-257, 36-41.

172.   Ceramic-Polymer Interface in Composite Electrolytes of Lithium Aluminum Titanium Phosphate
       and Polyetherurethane Polymer Electrolyte. K.M. Nairn, A.S. Best, P.J. Newman,
       D.R. MacFarlane,M. Forsyth, Solid State Ionics 1999, 121, 115-119.

171.   Voltammetric Determination of the Reversible Redox Potential for the Oxidation of the Highly
       Surface Active Polypyridyl Ruthenium Photovoltaic Sensitizer cis-Ru(II) (dcpby)2(NCS)2 (dcbpy
       = 2,2' - bipyridine-4,4'-dicarboxylic acid). A.M. Bond, G.B. Deacon, J. Howitt, D.R. MacFarlane,
       L. Spiccia, and G. Wolfbauer, J Electrochem Soc., 1999, 146, 648-656.

170.   Electrolytes, M. Forsyth and D.R. MacFarlane, invited review paper for: Encyclopedia of
       Electrical & Electronics Engineering John Wiley, N.Y. 1999.
169.   Enhanced fluorescence from nano-crystallized erbium-doped fluoroaluminate glasses, D.R.
       MacFarlane, J. Javorniczky, P.J. Newman and D.J. Booth, J. Non-Cryst. Sol. 1999, 256&257,
       366-371.

168.   Electric Windows: a Breakthrough in Photovoltaics. I.D. Watkins, G.E. Tulloch, T. Maine,
       L. Spiccia, D.R. MacFarlane, J.L. Woolfrey, Ceramic Transactions 1998, 81, 223-228.

167.   The Effect of Additives on Ceramic Materials for Lithium Solid Electrolytes. A.S. Best, K. Nairn,
       P.J. Newman, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, M.J.G. Jak, J. Australasian Ceramic Society 1998,
       34, 236-241.

166.   Ionic Conductivity in Glassy PVOH/lithium Salt Systems. M. Forsyth, H.A. Every, F. Zhou, and
       D.R. MacFarlane, Structure and Properties of Glassy Polymers ACS Symposium Series Vol 710.
       M.R. Tant and A. J. Hill, Eds (ACS Washington DC 1998).

165.   Ion Conductivity in Amorphous Polymer/Salt Mixtures, D.R. MacFarlane, F. Zhou and
       M. Forsyth Solid State Ionics, 1998, 113-115, 193-197.

164.   Characterization of Ceramics Based on Lithium Titanium Phosphate. A.S. Best, M. Forsyth,
       S. Wong, K.M. Nairn and D.R. MacFarlane, J. Austceram. Soc., 1998, 34, 236-241.

163.   Weak Intermolecular Interactions in Sulfonamide Salts: Structure of 1-ethyl-2-methyl-3-benzyl
       Imidazolium bis((trifluoromethyl)sulfonyl)amide. J. Golding, D.R. MacFarlane, L. Spiccia,
       M. Forsyth, B.W. Skelton and A.H. White, Chem. Commun., 1998, 15, 1593-1594.

162.   The Effects of Additives on Ceramic Materials for Lithium Solid Electrolytes. A.S.Best, K. Nairn,
       P.J. Newman, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth and M.J.G. Jak, J. Austceram. Soc., 1998, 34, 242-
       247.

161.   Room Temperature Molten Salts Based on Quaternary Ammonium Cations. J. Sun, M. Forsyth
       and D.R. MacFarlane, Molten Salt Forum, 1998, 5-6, 585-588.

160.   Towards elucidating microscopic structural changes in Li-ion conductors Li(1+y)Ti(2-
       y)Aly(PO4)3 and Li1+yTi2+yAl(PO4)3-x(MO4)x (M=V and Nb): x-ray and 27Al and 31P NMR
       studies. S.Wong, P.J. Newman A.S. Best K.M. Nairn D.R. MacFarlane and M. Forsyth, J. Mater.
       Chem., 1998, 9, 2199-2203.

159.   Analysis of Eu(II) in Glass-Forming Melts by UV-vis Spectroscopy. P.J. Newman,
       D.R. MacFarlane and A. Edgar, J.Austceram Soc. 1998, 34, 275-280.

158.   A Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Study of 7Li Dynamics in Polyetherurethane Based Solid
       Polymer Electrolytes. S. Ng, M. Forsyth, M. Garcia, D.R. MacFarlane and M.E. Smith,
       Electrochemica Acta, 1998, 43, 1551-1556.

157.   Composition effects in polyetherurethane-based solid polymer electrolytes. S.T.C. Ng,
       M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Garcia, M.E. Smith and J.H. Strange, 1998, Polymer, 39, 6261-
       6268.

156.   Heavy metal oxide glasses for application in remote sensing. D.R. MacFarlane and P.J. Newman,
       SPIE Proceedings, 1998, 3416, 166-176.

155.   Dynamic Mechanical Thermal Analysis Studies of Factors Influencing Relaxation in
       Polyetherurethane Based Solid Electrolytes. S.T.C. Ng, C. Joliffe, A.A. Goodwin, M. Forsyth and
       D.R. MacFarlane, Electrochemica Acta, 1998, 43, 1499-1503.

154.   Novel polymer-in-salt electrolytes based on polyacrylonitrile (pan) lithium triflate salt mixtures.
       M. Forsyth, J.Z. Sun and D.R. MacFarlane, Solid State Ionics 1998, 112, 161-163.
153.   Plasticizer effects in polyether electrolytes studied by positron annihilation lifetime spectroscopy.
       A.J. Hill, D.R. MacFarlane, J. Li, P.L. Jones and M. Forsyth, Electrochimica Acta, 1998, 43,
       1481-1484.

152.   Imidazolium Room Temperature Molten Salt Systems, J. Golding, D.R. MacFarlane and
       M. Forsyth, Molten Salt Forum, 1998, 5-6, 589-592.

151.   Ion Association and Molar Conductivity in Polyether Electrolytes. A.G. Bishop, D.R. MacFarlane
       and M. Forsyth, Electrochemica Acta, 1998, 43, 1453-1457.

150.   Room Temperature Molten Salts Based on the Quaternary Ammonium Ion. J. Sun, M. Forsyth and
       D. R. MacFarlane, J Phys Chem B, 1998, 102, 8858-8864.

149.   Equilibration Strategies in Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Polyethers. M. Amini, M. Forsyth,
       S. Gruenhut, P. Meakin and D.R. MacFarlane, Electrochmica Acta, 1998, 43 , 1381-1386.

148.   Temperature Dependence of Faraday Rotation and Magnetic Susceptibility for Ce3+ and Pr3+ ions
       in Fluorozirconate Glass. A. Edgar, D. Giltrap and D.R. MacFarlane, J. Non Crystalline Solids,
       1998, 231, 257-267.

147.   Lithium-ion Conducting Ceramic/Polyether Composites. D.R. MacFarlane, P.J. Newman, K.M.
       Nairn and M. Forsyth, Electrochmica Acta, 1998, 43, 1333-1337.

146.   Crystallization of Ice in Aqueous Solutions of Glycerol and Dimethyl Sulphoxide 2: Ice Crystal
       Growth Kinetics with and without Anti-freeze Protein. J.M. Hey and D.R. MacFarlane,
       Cryobiology, 1998, 37, 119-130.

145.   Lithium ion mobility in poly(vinyl alcohol) based polymer electrolytes as determined by 7Li
       NMR spectroscopy, H.A. Every, F. Zhou, M. Forsyth and D.R. MacFarlane, Electrochemica Acta,
       1998, 43, 1465-1469.

144.   Glasses for Microchip Laser Applications, D.R. MacFarlane, J. Javorniczky, P.J. Newman, D.J.
       Booth and V. Bogdanov, Proceedings 2nd International Meeting of Pacific Rim Ceramic
       Societies, 1998, Symposium 12, pp.19-27.

143.   Ceramic-Polymer Ion Conducting Composites, D.R. MacFarlane, P.J. Newman, M. Forsyth, K.
       Nairn, and M. Greville, Proceedings 2nd International Meeting of Pacific Rim Ceramic Societies,
       in 1998

142.   Synthesis and Properties of Ambient Temperature Molten Salts Based on the Quaternary
       Ammonium Ion, J. Sun, D.R. MacFarlane and M. Forsyth, Ionics, 1997, 3, 356-362.

141.   Ionic Conductivity in Poly(diethylene glycol-carbonate)/sodium Triflate Complexes, M. Forsyth,
       A.L. Tipton, D.F. Shriver, M.A. Ratner, D.R. MacFarlane, Solid State Ionics, 1997, 99, 257-261.

140.   A Combined Differential Scanning Calorimeter-Optical Video Microscope for Crystallization
       Studies. J.M. Hey, P.M. Mehl and D.R. MacFarlane, Journal of Thermal Analysis, 1997, 49, 991-
       998.

139.   Vitrification Properties of Solutions of Ethylene Glycol Containing PVP, Ficoll or Dextran.
       J.M. Shaw, L.L. Kuleshova, D.R. MacFarlane and A.O. Trounson, Cryobiology, 1997, 35, 219-
       229.

138.   Structure of Zr/Ba/Na Fluoride Glass Using Molecular Dynamics. S. Gruenhut, M. Amini,
       D.R. MacFarlane and P. Meakin, J. Non- Cryst Solids, 1997, 213 & 214, 398-403.

137.   Structure on Zr/Ba/Na Fluoride Glass Using Molecular Dynamics, D. MacFarlane, M. Amini, S.
       Gruenhut and P. Meakin. Proceedings of Third Gava Zang Meeting on Theoretical Condensed
       Matter Physics, 1997.

136.   A Fast Method to Equilibrate Amorphous Polymers for Molecular Dynamics. D. MacFarlane,
       M. Amini, M. Forsyth, S. Gruenhut and P. Meakin, Proceedings of Third Gava Zang Meeting on
       Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics, 1997.

135.   Preparation of Speal Capacitors, P. Lunsman and D.R.MacFarlane Proceedings of CARTS, New
       Orleans, 1997 (Award for Best Paper at the conference).

134.   Faraday Rotation in Rare Earth Fluorozirconate Glasses. D.R. MacFarlane, C.R. Bradbury, P.J.
       Newman and J. Javorniczky, J. Non- Cryst Solids, 1997, 213 & 214, 199-204.

133.   Molecular Dynamics Glass Simulation and Equilibration Techniques. S. Gruenhut, M. Amini,
       D.R. MacFarlane and P. Meakin, Molecular Simulation, 1997, 19, 139-160.

132.   Preparation and Properties of Glasses based on the ZrF4/SnF2 binary. D.R. MacFarlane,
       P.J. Newman and H. Downes, J. Non- Cryst Solids, 1997, 213 & 214, 116-120.

131.   Ionic Conductivity in Glassy PVA/Lithium Salt Systems. M. Forsyth, H.A. Every, F. Zhou,
       D.R. Macfarlane, Polymeric Materials Science and Engineering 1997, 76, 223-224.

130.   High Er(III) Content ZBN Glasses for Microchip Laser Applications. D.R. MacFarlane,
       J. Javornickzky, P.J. Newman, V. Bogdanov, D.J. Booth, W.E.K. Gibbs, J. Non- Cryst Solids,
       1997, 213 & 214, 158-163.

129.   13C NMR Spin-lattice Relaxation Times as a Probe of Local Polymer Dynamics in Plasticized
       Polyethers. M. Forsyth, P. Meakin and D.R. MacFarlane, Journal of Materials Chemistry, 1997,
       7, 193-201.

128.   Kinetic Analyses of Crystallization and Devitrification: Comparison of Activation Energies in
       Aqueous Solutions of Glycerol and Dimethyl Sulphoxide. J.M. Hey and D.R. MacFarlane,
       J. Non-Cryst. Solids, 1997, 211, 262-270.

127.   NMR Determination of Ionic Structure in Plasticized Polyether-urethane Polymer Electrolytes. M.
       Forsyth, M Garcia, D.R. MacFarlane, P. Meakin, S. Ng and M.E. Smith, Solid State Ionics, 1996,
       85, 209-218.

126.   Fluorescence from highly-doped Er-ZBLAN glasses pumped at 800 nm. V. Bogdanov, W. E. K.
       Gibbs, D. J. Booth, J. Javorniczky, P J Newman and D. R. MacFarlane, Optics Communications,
       1996, 132, 73-76

125.   Solid State NMR characterization of highly conductive lithium-based ceramics. K.M. Nairn,
       M. Forsyth, M. Greville, T.J. Bastow, M.E. Smith and D.R. MacFarlane, Bulletin of Magnetic
       Resonance, 1996, 18, 85-86.

124.   NMR as a Tool for Understanding Fundamental Dynamic Properties of Solid Polymer
       Electrolytes. Simon Ng, M.E. Smith, M. Garcia, D.R. MacFarlane and M. Forsyth, Bulletin of
       Magnetic Resonance, 1996, 18,139-140.

123.   Plasticized Single Conducting Polyelectrolytes Based on Poly(AMPS). H. Every, M. Forsyth and
       D.R. MacFarlane, Ionics, 1996, 2, 53-62.

122.   Conductivity and NMR Properties of Plasticized Polyethers Complexed with Lithium Salts. M.
       Forsyth, M. Garcia, D.R. MacFarlane, S. Ng, M. E. Smith and J. H. Strange, Solid State Ionics,
       86-88 (1996) 1365-1370.
121.   Polymer Electrolytes for Electrochromic Window Applications. D.R. MacFarlane, J. Sun,
       M. Forsyth, J. M. Bell, L. A. Evans and I.L. Skyrabin. Solid State Ionics, 1996, 86-88, 959-964.

120.   Ion Conductive Poly(ethylene oxide-dimethyl siloxane) Copolymers. J. Sun, D.R. MacFarlane
       and M. Forsyth, J. Polym Science, Part A, 1996, 34, 3465-3470.

119.   Solid State NMR Characterization of Lithium Conducting Ceramics. K. Nairn, M. Forsyth, M.
       Greville D.R. MacFarlane and M. E. Smith, Solid State Ionics, 1996, 86-88, 1397-1402.

118.   Polymer-Ceramic Ion-Conducting Composites. K. Nairn, M. Forsyth, H. Every, M. Greville and
       D.R. MacFarlane, Solid State Ionics, 1996, 86-88, 589-593.

117.   New Inorganic Glasses for Optical Waveguides. D.R. MacFarlane, Ceramics International, 1996,
       22, 535-541.

116.   FT-IR Investigation of Ion Association in Plasticized Solid Polymer Electrolytes. A.G. Bishop,
       D.R. MacFarlane, D. McNaughton and M. Forsyth, J. Phys. Chem., 1996, 100, 2237.

115.   Crystallization of Ice in Aqueous Solutions of Glycerol and Dimethyl Sulphoxide 1. A
       Comparison of Mechanisms. J.M. Hey and D.R. MacFarlane, Cryobiology, 1996,33, 205-216.

114.   Mechanical Properties of Polyether-Plasticiser-Salt Systems as Polymer Electrolytes. J. Sun, D.R.
       MacFarlane and M. Forsyth, Solid State Ionics, 1996, 85, 137-141.

113.   Triflate Ion Association in Plasticized Polymer Electrolytes. A.G. Bishop, D.R. MacFarlane,
       D. McNaughton and M. Forsyth, Solid State Ionics, 1996, 85, 129-135.

112.   Solid Polymer Electrolytes. D.R. MacFarlane and M. Forsyth, Chem in Aust., 1996, 63, 72-74.

111.   7Li and 19F NMR Study of LiCF3SO3 containing polymer electrolytes: the effect of plasticizers.
       M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane, M.C. Garcia, M.E. Smith and J.H. Strange, Solid State NMR, 1995,
       5, 232-233.

110.   Methods of Purification of Zirconium Tetrafluoride. D.R. MacFarlane, P.J. Newman and
       A. Voelkel, Proc. 10th Inter. Symp. Non-oxide Glasses, Hangzhou P.R.C. 1995, p.549-554.

109.   Electrochromic Devices for Energy Efficient Buildings. J.M. Bell, D.R. MacFarlane, G. Smith,
       L. Spiccia, I. D Watkins and B.O. West, Chem. in Aust., 1995, 62, 38-39.

108.   Free Volume and Conductivity of Plasticized Polyether-urethane Solid Polymer Electrolytes.
       M. Forsyth, P. Meakin, D.R. MacFarlane and A.J. Hill, J. Physics: Condensed Matter, 1995, 7,
       7601-7617.

107.   Molecular Dynamics Simulations of heavy metal fluoride glasses; Comparison of Bukingham and
       BHM Potentials. S. Gruenhut and D.R. MacFarlane, J. Non-Cryst Sol ., 1995, 184, 356-362.

106.   Characterization of Plasticized Polyether-Urethane Solid Polymer Electrolytes. M. Forsyth, P.
       Meakin, D.R. MacFarlane and A.J. Hill, Solid State Ionics IV - Proceedings MRS, 1995, 369, 517-
       522.

105.   Structure - Property Relationships in Plasticized Solid Polymer Electrolytes. D. R. MacFarlane, J.
       Sun, P. Meakin, P. Fasoulopoulos J. Hey, M. Forsyth and J. M. Rosalie, Electrochemica Acta
       1995, 40, 2131-2136.

104.   Analysis of Fe, Cu, Ni and Co in fluoride glasses and their precursors. P.J. Newman, A. T.
       Voelkel, D.R. MacFarlane, J. Non-Cryst Sol., 1995, 184, 324-328.
103.   Degradation Mechanisms in Electrochromic Devices Based on Sol-Gel Deposited Thin Films.
       A.T. Baker, S.G. Bosi, J.M. Bell, D.R. MacFarlane, B.G. Monsma, I. Skyrabin and J. Wang, Solar
       Energy Materials & Solar Cells, 1995, 39, 133-143.

102.   Harmonic Impedance Spectroscopy. Theory and Experimental Results for Reversible and Quasi-
       reversible Redox Systems. D.K.Y Wong and D.R. MacFarlane, J. Phys Chem., 1995, 99, 2134-
       2142.

101.   Positron Annihilation Lifetime Spectroscopy as a Probe of Free Volume in Plasticized Solid
       Polymer Electrolytes. M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane P. Meakin and A.J. Hill,, Electrochemica
       Acta, 40 (1995) 2349-2360.

100.   An NMR Investigation of Ionic Structure and Mobility in Plasticized Solid Polymer Electrolytes.
       M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane, P. Meakin, M.E. Smith and T.J. Bastow, Electrochemica Acta,
       1995, 40, 2343-2348.

99.    GaF3 in Core and Cladding Glasses for High NA Fluorozirconate Fibres. R. Rowe, G. Rosman,
       D.R. MacFarlane, J. Javorniczky and P.J. Newman, J. Non-Cryst Sol., 1995, 184, 244 - 248.

98.    A 13C NMR Study of the Role of Plasticizers in the Conduction Mechanism of Solid Polymer
       Electrolytes. M. Forsyth, P. Meakin and D.R. MacFarlane, Electrochimica Acta, 1995, 40, 2339-
       2342.

97.    FTIR Study of Ion-Pairing Effects in Plasticized Polymer Electrolytes. D.R. MacFarlane,
       P. Meakin, A. Bishop, D. McNaughton, M. Forsyth and J.M. Rosalie, Electrochemica Acta 1995,
       40, 2333-2338.

96.    High erbium Content Heavy Metal Fluoride Glasses. J. Javorniczky, P.J. Newman and
       D.R. MacFarlane, J. Non-Cryst Sol., 1995, 184, 249-253

95.    Alkali Doped Heavy Metal Fluoride Glasses Studied by Positron Annihilation Lifetime
       Spectroscopy II. D.R. MacFarlane, P.J. Newman, J. Javorniczky and A. J. Hill, J. Non-Cryst Sol.,
       184 (1995) 329 - 335.

94.    Poly methacrylate-Plasticiser-Salt Blends as Solid Polymer Electrolytes. J. Sun, M. Forsyth and
       D.R. MacFarlane, Electrochim Acta, 1995, 40, 2301-2304.

93.    Electrochemical Purification and GFAAS Analysis of Heavy Metal Fluoride Glass. S. Bao,
       Z. Zhou, P.J. Newman, A. Voelkel and D.R. MacFarlane, J. Non-Cryst Sol.,1995, 184,194-199.

92.    High NA Heavy Metal Fluoride Glasses for Single Mode Optical Fibres. J. Javorniczky,
       P.J. Newman and D.R. MacFarlane, J. Non-Cryst Sol., 1995, 184, 336-340.

91.    High Numerical Aperture Heavy Metal Fluoride Glass Pairs for Optical Fibers. D.R. MacFarlane,
       J. Javorniczky, P.J. Newman, R. Rowe and G. Rosman, Advanced Materials in Optics, Electro-
       optics and Communication Technologies, Vol II, P. Vincenzini and G.C. Righini (Eds), Techna
       Srl, 1995, pp.473-478.

90.    Structure-Property Relationships in Polyether-Urethane Based Solid Polymer Electrolytes.
       M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane, Jiazeng Sun, J.M. Hey and P. Meakin, New Horizons for Materials,
       Advances in Science and Technology, Vol II, P. Vincenzini and G.C. Righini (Eds), Techna Srl,
       1995, pp.265-272.

89.    Na NMR in Urethane-Crosslinked Polyether Solid Polymer Electrolytes. M. Forsyth, M.E. Smith,
       P. Meakin and D.R. MacFarlane, Journal of Polymer Science-Part B, 1994, 32, 2077-2084.

88.    New Glasses for Optical Waveguides. D.R. MacFarlane, Forum on New Materials, New Horizons
      for Materials , Advances in Science and Technology, Vol II, P. Vincenzini and G.C. Righini
      (Eds), Techna Srl, 1995, pp.79-90.

87.   The Role of Gaf3 in High Numerical Aperture Heavy Metal Fluoride Fibers. R.S. Rowe,
      G. Rosman, C.G. Byrne, J. Javorniczky, P.J. Newman, D.R. MacFarlane, J. Non-Crystalline
      Solids 1995, 184, 244-248.

86.   Heavy Metal Fluoride Glasses Studied by Positron Annihilation Lifetime Spectroscopy. I.
      Comparison of 53ZrF4(40-x)BaF24LaF33AlF3xLiF and
      53ZrF420BaF24LaF33AlF3(20-x)CsFxLiF. A.J. Hill, P.J. Newman, J. Javorniczky,
      D.R. MacFarlane, J. Non-Crystalline Solids 1994, 177, 277-285.
      13
85.    C Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopic Study of Plasticization in Solid Polymer
      Electrolytes. M. Forsyth, P.M. Meakin and D.R. MacFarlane, J. Materials Chemistry, 1994, 4,
      1149-52.

84.   23Na NMR in Urethane Crosslinked Polyether Solid Polymer Electrolytes. M. Forsyth, M.E.
      Smith, P. Meakin, D.R. MacFarlane, Journal of Polymer Science, Part B: Polymer Physics 1994,
      32, 2077-2084.

83.   Active Glasses for Infra-Red Applications. D.R. MacFarlane, P.J. Newman and J. Javorniczky,
      D.J. Booth and V. Boganov. International Ceramic Monographs, 1994, 1, 573 -578.

82.   A Kinetic Model for the Dissolution Mechanism of Copper in Acidic Sulphate Solutions.
      D.K.Y. Wong and D.R. MacFarlane, Electrochimica Acta, 1993, 38, 2121-2127.

81.   A Systematic Survey of Experimental and Simulated Glass Formation for the ZrF4-BaF2-NaF
      System. A. Uhlherr and D.R. MacFarlane, J. Non-Cryst. Solids, 1993, 161, 98-104.

80.   Electrochemistry at a Rotating Disc Electrode in Heavy Metal Fluoride Melts. Z. Zhou,
      P.J. Newman and D.R. MacFarlane, J. Non-Cryst. Solids, 1993, 161, 27-31.

79.   Electroanalytical Methods for Transition Metal Analysis in Heavy Metal Fluoride Melts. Z. Zhou,
      P.J. Newman and D.R. MacFarlane, J. Non-Cryst. Solids, 1993, 161, 36-40.

78.   Systematic Study of Refractive Index Variation with Composition in Heavy Metal Fluoride
      Glasses. D.R. MacFarlane, P.J. Newman, Z. Zhou and J. Javorniczky, J. Non-Cryst. Solids, 1993,
      161, 182-187.

77.   Determination of Transition Metals Molten Fluoride Materials Using Electrochemical Methods.Z.
      Zhiping and D.R. MacFarlane, J. Non-Cryst Solids, 1992, 140, 215-219.

76.   Electrochemical Purification of Fluoride Materials. Z. Zhiping and D.R. MacFarlane, J. Non-Cryst
      Solids, 1992, 140, 297-300.

75.   Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Study of the Mn2+ Site in a Zirconium Fluoride Glass.
      J.O. Warne, J.R. Pilbrow and D.R. MacFarlane, J. Non-Cryst Solids, 1992, 140, 314-318.

74.   An EPR Microwave Saturation Study of Cobalt(2+) in a Zirconium Fluoride-based Glass.
      J.O. Warne, J.R. Pilbrow and D R MacFarlane, J. Non-Cryst Solids, 1992, 140, 319-323.

73.   19F NMR Studies of Barium Fluorozirconate Glasses Containing Alkali Metal Fluorides.
      A. Uhlherr, P.D. Thomas, D.R. MacFarlane, J. Non-Cryst Solids, 1992, 140, 134-140.

72.   Synthesis of Zirconium Tetrafluoride Using Ammonium Bifluoride Melts. D.R. MacFarlane,
      P.J. Mineely and P.J. Newman, J. Non-Cryst Solids, 1992, 140, 335-339.
71.   Surface crystallization of ZBLAN Glasses. L.J. Moore, D.R. MacFarlane and P.J. Newman,
      J. Non-Cryst Solids, 1992, 140, 159-165.

70.   Mossbauer Spectroscopy of Zr/Ba/Gd Fluoride Glasses. J.O.Browne, D.R. MacFarlane,
      J. Cashion and A. C. McGrath, Mat Sci Forum, 1991, 67-68, 425-430.

69.   Vitrification and Devitrification in Cryopreservation. D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth and C.A.
      Barton, Low Temperature Biology, 1992, 1, 221-278.

68.   Factors Controlling Ionic Conductivity of Plasticized and Non-plasticized Crosslinked Polyether
      Networks. D.R. MacFarlane, J. Hey and M. Forsyth, MRS Proceedings, 1991, 210, 197-202.

67.   An Association Between Chromosomal Abnormalities in Rapidly Frozen Two - Cell Mouse
      Embryos and the Ice Forming Properties of the Cryoprotective Solution. J.M. Shaw, I. Kola, D.R.
      MacFarlane and A.O. Trounson, J. Reprod and Fert, 1991, 91, 9-18.

66.   Effect of Oxide Addition to Heavy Metal Fluoride Glasses - A Molecular Dynamics Study. L.J.
      Moore, D.R. MacFarlane and A. Uhlherr, Mat Sci Forum, 1991, 67-68, 413-418.

65.   Molecular Dynamics Investigation of the Structure and Stability of Zirconium Barium Rare Earth
      Flouride Glasses. A. Uhlherr, D.R. MacFarlane L.J. Moore and P.D. Thomas, Mat Sci Forum,
      1991, 67-68, 431-436.

64.   Matrix Simulation of Electrochemical Impedance Spectra. D.R. MacFarlane, D.K.Y. Wong,
      B.A.W. Coller, Bull Electrochem. 1990, 6, 893-900.

63.   19F NMR Investigation of Mixed Alkali Fluoride Glasses. A. Uhlherr, D.R. MacFarlane and T. J.
      Bastow, J. Non Cryst Sol, 1990, 123, 42-47.

62.   Mossbauer Spectroscopy of Zr/Ba/Gd Fluoride Glasses. J.O.Browne, D.R. MacFarlane,
      J. Cashion and A. C. McGrath, Mat Sci Forum, 1991, 67-68, 425-430.

61.   Vitrification of Aqueous Cryoprotectant Solutions. D.R. MacFarlane, Japanese Journal of Low
      Temperature Science, 1990, 36, 63-71.

60.   Molecular Dynamics and Fluorine-19 NMR Investigation of Mixed Alkali Fluoride Glasses. A.
      Uhlherr, D.R. MacFarlane, T.J. Bastow, J. Non-Crystalline Solids 1990, 123, 42-47.

59.   A Study of Hydrogen Bonding in Concentrated Diol Solutions: Correlations With Glass
      Formation. M. Forsyth and D.R. MacFarlane, J. Phys Chem., 1990, 94, 6889-6893.

58.   Recent Insights on The Role of Cryoprotective Agents in Vitrification. D.R. MacFarlane and M.
      Forsyth, Cryobiology, 1990, 27, 345-358.

57.   Rapid Freezing of Pronuclear, Two Cell, Eight Cell, Morula and Blastocyst Stage Mouse
      Embryos. J.M Shaw, L. Diotallevi, D.R. MacFarlane, and A. Trounson, Cryobiology, 1989, 26,
      540-541.

56.   Solute and Temperature Dependence of the Kinetics of Ice Recrystallization. M. Forsyth and D.R.
      MacFarlane, Cryobiology, 1989, 26, 557.

55.   Homogeneous Nucleation at High Pressures in Aqueous Solutions. D.R. MacFarlane and M.
      Forsyth, Cryo- Letters, 1989, 10, 139-152.

54.   19F NMR Evidence for Multiple Fluoride Ion Sites in Heavy Metal Fluoride Glasses.
      D.R. MacFarlane, J. O. Browne, T. J. Bastow, G. W. West, J. Non-Cryst Solids, 1989, 108, 289-
      293.
53.   Heavy Metal Fluoride Glasses. D.R. MacFarlane and P.J. Newman, Materials Forum, 1989, 13,
      197-202.

52.   Nucleation and Crystallization [of Fluoride Glasses]. D.R. MacFarlane, L.J. Moore, Critical
      Reports on Applied Chemistry 1989, 27, 49-64.

51.   Crystallization and Nucleation in Heavy Metal Fluoride Glasses. D.R. MacFarlane and L.J. Moore
      in Heavy Metal Fluoride Glasses, A. Comyns (Ed.), Crit. Rev. Appl. Chem.,1989, 49-64.

50.   Surface Defects on Fluoride Glasses Induced During Fibre Drawing. P. McNamara and
      D.R. MacFarlane, Mat. Sci. Forum 1988, 32/33, 219-224.

49.   Aqueous Solutions: Crystallization, Vitrification and Liquefaction. D.R. MacFarlane in
      Biophysical and Engineering Aspects of Cryopreservation, D. Pegg, A.M. Karow and J.C. Toler
      (Eds.), Plenum press, 1988, 143-6.

48.   Devitrification and Recrystallization in Aqueous Solutions. D.R. MacFarlane and M. Forsyth in
      Biophysical and Engineering Aspects of Cryopreservation, D.E. Pegg, A.M. Karow and J.C. Toler
      editors, Plenum Press, 1988, 237-263.

47.   Prediction of Glass Formation in Heavy Metal Fluoride Systems by Molecular-Dynamics
      Simulation. D.R. MacFarlane, S. Inoue, J.O. Browne, A. Uhlherr, Materials Science Forum 1988,
      32-33, 125-130.

46.   Optimization of a Rapid DMSO Freezing Technique for Mouse Embryos. J. M Shaw, A.O.
      Trounson and D.R. MacFarlane, Cryobiology, 1988, 25, 564.

45.   Homogeneous Nucleation at High Pressures in Some Aqueous Solutions of Cryoprotectant
      Interest. M. Forsyth and D.R. MacFarlane, Cryobiology, 1988, 25, 539-540.

44.   M.D. Prediction of Glass Formation in Heavy Metal Fluoride Glasses. D.R. MacFarlane, S. Inoue,
      J.O. Browne and A. Uhlherr, Mat. Sci. Forum, 1987, 32/33, 125-131.

43.   Glass Forming Microemulsions. D.R. MacFarlane, I.R. McKinnon, E.A. Hildebrand and
      C.A. Angell in Microemulsions Systems, M. Clausse, Ed., Marcel Dekker, New York, 1987,
      pp.311-318.

42.   MD Simulation of Glass Formation in the ZrF4-BaF2-BaCl2.MC12 (M = Sr, Ca, Mg) System.
      S. Inoue and D.R. MacFarlane, J. Non-Cryst. Solids, 1987, 95, 585-592.

41.   Bubbles in Heavy Metal Fluoride Glasses. P. McNamara and D.R. MacFarlane, J. Non-
      Cryst. Solids, 1987, 95/96, 625-632.

40.   Glass Forming Tendency of ZrF4 - BaF2 Systems Containing Chlorides. S. Inoue and
      D.R. MacFarlane, Materials Science Forum, 1987, 19, 27-32.

39.   Nucleation as a Function of Temperature in the ZrF4-BaF2 Glass Forming Systems Around Tg.
      D.R. MacFarlane and L.J. Moore, Materials Science Forum, 1987, 20, 365-371.

38.   Molecular-Dynamics Study of Glass Formation in the System Zirconium Tetrafluoride-Barium
      Fluoride-Barium Chloride-Metal Chloride(Mcl2) (M = Magnesium, Calcium, Strontium).
      S. Inoue, D.R. MacFarlane, J. Non-Crystalline Solids 1987, 95-96, 585-592.

37.   Physical Aspects of Vitrification in Aqueous Solutions. D.R. MacFarlane, Cryobiology, 1987, 24,
      181-195.

36.   Synthesis and Aqueous Solution Phase Behaviour of Siloxane-poly(alkylene oxide) Comb
      Copolymers. D.R. MacFarlane, D.J. Bannister, W.R. Barry, M. Forsyth and R.L. Jeffery, Polymer
      Preprints, 1987, 28, 405-6.

35.   The Kauzmann Paradox, Metastable Liquids and Ideal Glasses. C.A. Angell, D.R. MacFarlane
      and M. Oguni, Annals New York Academy of Sciences, 1986, 484, 241-247.

34.   Devitrification in Glass Forming Aqueous Solutions. D.R. MacFarlane, Cryobiology, 1986, 23,
      230-244.

33.   The Dissolution Mechanism of Ions in Chloride Solutions. D.R. MacFarlane and S.I. Smedley,
      J. Electrochem. Soc., 1986, 133, 2240-2249.

32.   The Low Temperature Phase Behaviour of Amorphous Solid Water. D.R. MacFarlane, Cryo-
      Letters, 1986, 7, 136-137.

31.   Recrystallization Revisited. D.R. MacFarlane and M. Forsyth, Cryoletters, 1986, 7, 75 - 80.

30.   Theory of Devitrification in Multicomponent Glass Forming Systems under Diffusion Control.
      D.R. MacFarlane and M. Fragoulis, Phys Chem Glasses, 1986, 27, 228-235.

29.   Devitrification in Aqueous Solutions at High Heating Rates. D.R. MacFarlane, M. Fragoulis,
      B. Uhelherr and S.D. Jay, Cryoletters, 1986, 7, 138.

28.   Direct Observation of Droplet Structure in a Vitrified Microemulsion. E.A. Hildebrand, I.R.
      McKinnon and D.R. MacFarlane, J.Phys. Chem., 1986, 90, 2784.

27.   Pressure Coefficients of Conductance and of Glass Transition Temperatures iIn Concentrated
      Aqueous Lithium Chloride, Lithium Iodide, and Aluminum Chloride Solutions. D.R. MacFarlane,
      J. Scheirer, S.I. Smedley, J. Phys. Chem. 1986 90, 2168-2173.

26.   Anomalous Conductivity Pressure Coefficients in Aqueous Chloride Solutions. S.I. Smedley,
      D.R. MacFarlane and J. Schirer, J. Phys. Chem., 1986, 90, 2168-2173.

25.   Anomalous Glass Transitions in Aqueous Propylene Glycol Solutions. D.R. MacFarlane, Cryo-
      Letters, 1985, 6, 313-18.

24.   Thin-Ring Ultra-Microelectrodes. D.R. MacFarlane and D.K.Y. Wong, J. Electroanal. Chem.,
      1985, 185, 197-202.

23.   Preparation and Properties of poly(methoxy-poly(ethylene glycol), 550 Daltons, methyl siloxane).
      D.J. Bannister, M. Doyle, D.R. MacFarlane, J. Pol. Sci., 1985, 23, 465-67.

22.   Homogeneous Nucleation in Fluoride Glasses. D.R. MacFarlane and M. Fragoulis Materials
      Science Forum, 1985, 5, 237-40.

21.   Glass Forming Microemulsions: Vitrification of Simple Liquids and Electron Microscope Probing
      of Droplet Packing Modes. J. Dubochet, J. Teixera, R.K. Kadiyala, C.M. Alba, D.R. MacFarlane
      and C.A. Angell, J. Phys. Chem., 1984, 88, 6727-6732 (invited contribution to the Debye
      Centennial Issue).

20.   A Water-soluble Siloxane: Poly(ethylene glycol) Comb Polymer. D.J. Bannister, M. Doyle,
      D.R. MacFarlane, J. Polymer Science, Polymer Letters Edition 1985, 23, 465-467.

19.   Conductivity and Dielectric Relaxation Calcium Nitrate Tetrahydrate and Sodium Thiosulphate
      Pentahydrate near Tg. D.R. MacFarlane and D.K.Y. Wong, J. Phys. Chem., 1985, 89, 5849-55.

18.   Vitrification as an Approach to Cryopreservation. G.M. Fahy, D.R. MacFarlane, C.A. Angell,
      H.T. Meryman, Cryobiology, 1984, 21, 407-426.
17.   Glass Forming Microemulsions. C.A. Angell, R.K. Kadiyala and D.R. MacFarlane, J. Phys.
      Chem., 1984, 88, 4593-4596.

16.   An Emulsion Technique for the Study of Marginal Glass Formation. II. Low Melting Hydrates.
      D.R. MacFarlane and C.A. Angell, J. Phys. Chem., 1984, 88, 4779-4781.

15.   Glass Formation in KHSO4? D.R. MacFarlane, J. Am. Ceram. Soc., 1984, 67, C-28.

14.   Glass Transition For Amorphous Solid Water. D.R. MacFarlane, C.A. Angell, J. Chem. Phys.
      1984, 88, 759-762.

13.   The Crystallization Behaviour of Fluoride Glass Systems. I. Devitrification During Warming.
      D.R. MacFarlane, M. Matecki and M. Poulain, J. Non-Cryst. Solids, 1984, 64, 351-362.

12.   Homogeneous nucleation and growth of ice from solutions. TTT curves, the nucleation rate, and
      the stable glass criterion. D.R. MacFarlane, R.K. Kadiyala, C.A. Angell, J. Chem. Phys. 1983, 79,
      3921-3927.

11.   Emulsion Studies of Isothermal Homogeneous Nucleation and Growth: Direct Determination of
      TTT Curves for Ice from Aqueous Solutions. D.R. MacFarlane, K. Kadiyala and C.A. Angell,
      J. Chem. Phys., 1983, 79, 3921-3927.

10.   On the Problem of Homogeneous Nucleation in Fluoride Glasses. C.A. Angell, D.R. MacFarlane,
      M. Matecki, M. Poulain and J. Lucas, Mat. Res. Bull., 1983, 18, 293-299.

9.    Direct Observation of TTT Curves for Crystallization of Ice from Solutions by a Homogeneous
      Mechanism. D.R. MacFarlane, R.K. Kadiyala and C.A. Angell, J. Phys. Chem., 1983, 87, 1094-
      1095.

8.    The Cooling Rate Dependence of the Ice. I. Homogeneous Nucleation Temperature in Aqueous
      LiCl Solutions. D.R. MacFarlane, R.K. Kadiyala and C.A. Angell, J. Phys. Chem., 1983, 87, 235-
      238.

7.    Recent Progress Towards Vitrification of Kidneys. G.M. Fahy, D.R. MacFarlane and C.A. Angell,
      Cryobiology, 1982, 19, 668-69.

6.    Continuous Cooling (CT) Diagrams and Critical Cooling Rates : A Direct Method of Calculation
      Using the Concept of Additivity. D.R. MacFarlane, J. Non-Cryst. Solids, 1982, 53, 61- 72.

5.    An Emulsion Technique for the Study of Marginal Glass Formation in Molecular Liquids.
      D.R. MacFarlane and C.A. Angell, J. Phys. Chem., 1982, 86, 1927-1930.

4.    Conductimetric and Calorimetric Methods for the Study of Homogeneous Nucleation Below Both
      Th and Tg. C.A. Angell and D.R. MacFarlane, Advances in Ceramics IV, Ohio Univ. Press, 1982,
      pp.66-76.

3.    Homogeneous Nucleation and Glass Formation in Cryoprotective Systems at High Pressures.
      D.R. MacFarlane, C.A. Angell and G.M. Fahy, Cryoletters, 1981, 2, 343-348.

2.    Homogeneous Nucleation and Glass Transition Temperatures in Solutions of Li Salts in D2O and
      H2O : A Doubly Unstable Glass Region. C.A. Angell, E.J. Sare, J. Donnella and
      D.R. MacFarlane, J. Phys. Chem., 1981, 85, 1461-1464.

1.    The Transition from Dilute Electrolyte Solution to Molten Salt as determined by High Pressure
      Electrical Conductance Studies.
      a)      S. I. Smedley and D.R. MacFarlane, J. Electroanal. Chem., 1981, 118, 445-454.
              b)      S. I. Smedley and D.R. MacFarlane, in "Progress in Electro-chemistry". D.A.J.
      Rand,
              G.P. Power and I.M. Ritchie, Eds., Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1981.


Patents

33.   Process and method for recovery of halogens. D.R. MacFarlane, P.A. Newman, U.S. Pat. Appl.
      Publ. 2007, 13pp., Cont.-in-part of U.S. Ser. No. 333,464.

32.   Multi-radiation large area detector. J.A. Johnson, R. Weber, S. Schweizer, D.R. MacFarlane,
      P. Newman, G. Chen, U.S. Pat. Appl. Publ. 2007, 12pp.

31.   Zwitterionic additives for electrochemical devices. D.R. MacFarlane, A.F. Hollenkamp,
      P.C. Howlett, M. Forsyth, C. Tiyapiboonchaiya, J.M. Pringle, N. Byrne, PCT Int. Appl. 2006, 70
      pp., WO 2006017898 A1.

30.   Solvents for use in the treatment of lignin-containing materials. J. Upfal, D.R. MacFarlane,
      S.A. Forsyth, PCT Int. Appl. 2005, WO 2005017252 A1.

29.   Pyrrolidinium based room temperature ionic liquids as electrolyte in energy storage devices. A.F.
      Hollenkamp, P.C. Howlett, D.R. MacFarlane, S.A. Forsyth, PCT Int. Appl. 2004, 55 pp.
      WO 2004082059 A1.

28.   Room temperature ionic liquid electrolytes for lithium secondary batteries. D.R. MacFarlane,
      P.C. Howlett, A.F. Hollenkamp and S. Forsyth, Aust. Provisional Patent Application, Number
      2003901144, February 2003.

27.   A Process and method for recovery of halogens. D.R. MacFarlane and P.J. Newman, PCT Int.
      Appl., 2002, 40 pp., WO 2002008492 A1.

26.   Electrowinning of Iodine. Australian and International patents filed July 2001.

25.   Ionic Liquids. D.R.MacFarlane and J. Golding, Aust. Prov. Patent Application March 2001-06-21.

24.   Ion Conductive Material Having a Dopant Ion in an Organic Matrix Phase. D.R. Macfarlane,
      M. Forsyth and J. Huang, International Patent WO 01/15258 A1 (Publication Date 1/3/01.

23.   Capacitors Having High Strength Electrolytic Capacitor Separator. D.R. MacFarlane and
      A. Voelkel, U.S. Patent 5,748,439, May 5 1998.

22.   Electrolytic Capacitor and Method of Making the Same. D.R. MacFarlane and P. Lunsmann, U.S.
      Patent 5584890, 1997.

21.   Methods of Making Multiple Anode Capacitors. D.R. MacFarlane and P. Lunsmann U.S. Patent
      5584890.

20.   Molten Salt Electrolytes for Electrochemical Capacitors. D.R. MacFarlane and M. Forsyth, Aust
      Prov Patent Appl filed Jan 1996.

19.   Polymer - Ceramic Composites. D.R. MacFarlane, K. Nairn, H. Every and M. Forsyth, Aust Prov
      Patent Application Sept. 1995.

18.   A Method of Producing Highly Doped Erbium Heavy Metal Fluoride Glasses and Optical
      Devices. D.R. MacFarlane, P.J. Newman, J.S. Javorniczky and D.J. Booth, Aust Prov patent
      Application PM 4748.

17.   High Numerical Apperture Fluoride Glass Compositions. R. Rowe, G. Rosman,
         D. R. MacFarlane, J. Javorniczky and P. J. Newman, Aust Prov Patent application PM4222, 1994.

16.      A Method of Producing a Phototrefractive Effect in Optical Devices and Optical Devices Formed
         by That Method. D.R. MacFarlane, P.L. Rossiter, P.J. Newman, J. Javorniczky, and E. Tapanes,
         PCT Int. Appl. WO 9526519 A1, 1995.

15.      High Conductivity Polymer Electrolyte Compositions. D.R. MacFarlane and A. Voelkel, U.S.
         Patent Application filed February 1994.

14.      High Strength Capacitor Separator. D.R.MacFarlane, U.S. Patent application filed February 1994.

13.      Thermal Storage Material. D.R.MacFarlane and D.M Tebbs, British Patent Application filed
         October 1993, Concordant US and Australian patents to follow.

12.      Large Surface Area Electrodes. D.R. MacFarlane, J.R. Tetaz and M. Forsyth, U.S Patent
         5,212,622 (1993) and concordant European, Japanese and Australian Patents.

11.      Crosslinked Electrolyte Capacitor and Methods of Making the Same (cont). D.R. MacFarlane,
         A.K. Philpott and J.R. Tetaz, U.S Patent 5,153,820 (1992) and concordant European, Japanese and
         Australian Patents.

10.      Crosslinked Electrolyte Capacitor and Methods of Making the Same. D.R. MacFarlane,
         A.K. Philpott and J.R. Tetaz, U.S Patent 5,146,391 (1992) and concordant European, Japanese
         and Australian Patents.

9.       Aprotic Electrolyte Capacitor and Methods of Making the Same. D.R. MacFarlane, A.K. Philpott
         and J.R. Tetaz, U.S Patent 5,086,374, 1992, and concordant European, Japanese and Australian
         Patents.

8.       Solid Electrolyte Capacitor and Methods of Making the Same. D.R. MacFarlane, A.K.Philpott and
         J.R.Tetaz, U.S Patent 4,942,501, 1990, and concordant European, Japanese and Australian
         Patents.

7.       Electrochemical Purification and Analysis of Heavy Metal Fluoride Melts. D.R. MacFarlane, Z.
         Zhiping and D.K.Y Wong, Aust. Prov. Patent App. filed April 1990.

6.       Preform Preparation. D.R. MacFarlane and Z. Zhiping, Aust. Prov. Patent App. filed April 1990.

5.       Fining of Heavy Metal Fluoride Melts. D.R. MacFarlane, P.J. Newman and P.J. Mineely, Aust.
         Prov. Patent App. filed April 1990.

      4. Melt Process Method for the Production of Metal Fluorides. D.R. MacFarlane and P. Mineely,
         Aust. Prov. Patent App. April 1989, Int PTC Filing in Progress.

3.       Heavy Metal Fluoride Glass Compositions Containing Chlorides. D.R. MacFarlane and S. Inoue,
         Aust. Prov. Patent App. 1/88.

2.       Capacitor. D.R. MacFarlane, K. Philpott and J. Tetaz, Aust. Prov. Patent App. 30/4/87.

1.       Thin Ring Ultra-Microelectrodes. D.R. MacFarlane and D.K.Y. Wong, Aust. Prov. App.
         21/12/84.



Published Conference Papers

27.      Zwitterionic liquid/acid mixtures as anhydrous proton conducting systems. M. Yoshizawa,
         D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, H. Ohno, Proceedings - Electrochemical Society 2006, 2004-
      24(Molten Salts XIV), 73-80.

26.   Lithium ion transport in polymer gel electrolyte membranes based on ionic liquids. M. Forsyth,
      N. Byrne, J. Sun, D.R. MacFarlane, Abstracts of Papers, 232nd ACS National Meeting, San
      Francisco, CA, United States, 2006, Sept. 10-14, PMSE-163.

25.   Dielectric relaxation in ionic liquids: Signatures of liquid structure. D.R. MacFarlane, G. Annat,
      M. Forsyth, E. Izgorodina, R. Buchner, S. Schrodle, G. Hefter, Abstracts of Papers, 232nd ACS
      National Meeting, San Francisco, CA, United States, 2006, Sept. 10-14, PHYS-102.

24.   Transport properties of ionic liquids: Origins in liquid structure. M. Forsyth, G. Annat, N. Byrne,
      D.R. MacFarlane, Abstracts of Papers, 232nd ACS National Meeting, San Francisco, CA, United
      States, 2006, Sept. 10-14, PHYS-099.

23.   Transparent BaCl2:Eu2+ glass-ceramic scintillator. G. Chen, J. Johnson, S. Schweizer,
      J. Woodford, P. Newman, D.R. MacFarlane, Proceedings of SPIE-The International Society for
      Optical Engineering 2006, 6142(Pt. 2, Physics of Medical Imaging), 61422X/1-61422X/8.

22.   ZBLAN-based x-ray storage phosphors and scintillators for digital x-ray imaging. G. Chen,
      J.A. Johnson, R. Weber, S. Schweizer, D.R. MacFarlane, J. Woodford, F. De Carlo,
      Proceedings of SPIE-The International Society for Optical Engineering 2005, 5745(Pt. 2, Physics
      of Medical Imaging), 1351-1358.

21.   Ionic polymerisation of acrylic and vinyl monomers in ionic liquids. D.R. MacFarlane, R.
      Vijayaraghavan, Abstracts of Papers, 228th ACS National Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, United
      States, 2004, August 22-26, ORGN-323.

20.   Living polymerization in ionic liquids. D.R. MacFarlane, R. Vijayaraghavan, Abstracts of Papers,
      227th ACS National Meeting, Anaheim, CA, United States, 2004, March 28-April 1, POLY-599.

19.   Electrochemical synthesis of polypyrrole in ionic liquids. J.M. Pringle, J. Efthimiadis,
      P.C. Howlett, J. Efthimiadis, G.G. Wallace, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, Abstracts of Papers,
      227th ACS National Meeting, Anaheim, CA, United States, 2004, March 28-April 1, POLY-559.

18.   Polymer-in-ionic liquid electrolytes. D.R. MacFarlane, C. Tiyapiboonchaiya, J.M. Pringle,
      M. Forsyth, J. Sun, Abstracts of Papers, 227th ACS National Meeting, Anaheim, CA, United
      States, 2004, March 28-April 1, POLY-482.

17.   Electrochemical polymerisation of polypyrrole in ionic liquids. J.M. Pringle, J. Efthimiadis,
      P.C. Howlett, G.G. Wallace, J. Efthimiadis, D.R. MacFarlane, M. Forsyth, Abstracts of Papers,
      226th ACS National Meeting, New York, NY, United States, 2003, September 7-11, IEC-169.

16.   High lithium metal cycling efficiency in a room temperature ionic liquid. P.C. Howlett,
      D.R. MacFarlane, A.F. Hollenkamp, M. Forsyth, Abstracts of Papers, 226th ACS National
      Meeting, New York, NY, United States, 2003,September 7-11, IEC-166.

15.   Issues affecting the use of ionic liquids in lithium-ion batteries. A.S. Best, H. Landheer,
      F.G.B. Ooms, P.C. Howlett, D.R. MacFarlane, J. Schoonman, Abstracts of Papers, 226th ACS
      National Meeting, New York, NY, United States, 2003, September 7-11, IEC-164.

14.   Enhanced ion dissociation in polyelectrolyte gel electrolytes. M. Forsyth, D.R. MacFarlane,
      J.M. Pringle, C. Tiyapiboonchaiya, N. Byrne, Abstracts of Papers, 226th ACS National Meeting,
      New York, NY, United States, 2003, September 7-11, IEC-153.

13.   Charge transfer polymerization of acrylic monomers in ionic liquid solvents. D.R. MacFarlane,
      R. Vijayaraghavan, Abstracts of Papers, 226th ACS National Meeting, New York, NY, United
      States, 2003, September 7-11, IEC-149.

12.   Thermal, mechanical, and electrical properties of reinforced polymer. T.J. Wooster, J.M. Hey,
      S. Abrol, D.R. MacFarlane, Abstracts of Papers, 225th ACS National Meeting, New Orleans, LA,
      United States, 2003, March 23-27, PMSE-254.

11.   A new fluorozirconate glass-ceramic x-ray storage phosphor. A. Edgar, G.V.M. Williams,
      K. Perla, M. Secu, S. Schweizer, J.-M. Spaeth, J. Hu, P.J. Newman, D.R. MacFarlane, Extended
      Abstracts - International Symposium on Non-Oxide Glasses and New Optical Glasses, 13th,
      Pardubice, Czech Republic, 2002, Sept. 9-13, (Part 2), 666-669.

10.   Factors influencing performance of electrochemical actuators based on inherently conducting
      polymers (ICPs). G.G. Wallace, J. Ding, L. Lu, G.M. Spinks, D. Zhou, S. Forsyth, M. Forsyth,
      D.R. MacFarlane, Proceedings of SPIE-The International Society for Optical Engineering 2002,
      4695(Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Devices (EAPAD)), 8-16.

9.    MacFarlane, Douglas R.; Forsyth, Stewart; Wallace, Gordon; Spinks, Geoffery; Forsyth, Maria.
      Ionic liquid electrolytes for electrochemical actuators. Abstracts of Papers, 224th ACS
      National Meeting, Boston, MA, United States, August 18-22, 2002 (2002), IEC-073.

8.    Heavy Metal Oxide Glasses as Active Materials. D.R. MacFarlane, P.J. Newman, R. Plathe, D.J.
      Booth, Proceedings of SPIE-The International Society for Optical Engineering,1999,
      3849(Infrared Optical Fibers and Their Applications), 94-102.

7.    Forsyth, M.; Every, H. A.; Zhou, F.; MacFarlane, D. R.. Ionic conductivity in glassy PVOH-
      lithium salt systems. ACS Symposium Series (1998), 710(Structure and Properties of Glassy
      Polymers), 367-382.

6.    MacFarlane, D. R.; Newman, P. J. Heavy metal oxide glasses for application in remote
      sensing. Proceedings of SPIE-The International Society for Optical Engineering (1998),
      3416(Infrared Glass Optical Fibers and Their Applications), 166-176.

5.    MacFarlane, Douglas R.; Javomiczky, John; Newman, Peter J.; Booth, David J.; Bogdanov,
      Valentine; Gibbs, W. E. K. Glasses for microchip laser applications. International Ceramic
      Monographs (1996), 2(Proceedings of the Second International Meeting of Pacific Rim Ceramic
      Societies, 1996), 1555-1562.

4.    Forsyth, M.; Meakin, P.; MacFarlane, D. R.; Hill, A. J. Characterization of plasticized
      polyether-urethane solid polymer electrolytes. Materials Research Society Symposium
      Proceedings (1995), 369(Solid State Ionics IV), 517-22.

3.    MacFarlane, D. R.; Newman, P. J.; Javorniczky, J. S.; Booth, D. J.; Boganov, V. Active glasses
      for the near-infrared. International Ceramic Monographs (1994), 1(1, PROCEEDINGS OF
      THE INTERNATIONAL CERAMICS CONFERENCE, 1994), 573-8.

2.    MacFarlane, Douglas R.; Hey, Jeffrey M.; Forsyth, Maria. Factors controlling ionic
      conductivity of plasticized and non-plasticized crosslinked polyether electrolytes. Materials
      Research Society Symposium Proceedings (1991), 210(Solid State Ionics 2), 197-202.

1.    MacFarlane, D. R.. Sodium boiling transients leading to disassembly in oxide-fueled fast
      reactors. Dyn. Nucl. Syst., Pap. Nucl. Eng. Symp. (1972), Meeting Date 1970, 525-51.
Major Research Reports

16.   Polymer Electrolyte Preparation and Properties. D.R. MacFarlane, J. Sun and L. Evans, ERDC
      Report 3, 1995.

15.   Preparation and Properties of Hydrophilic Polyurethane Foams, D.R. MacFarlane, P.J. Newman et
      al., Reports to Dunlop Flexible Foams 1-5/95

14.   Variation of Refractive Index with Composition in Heavy Metal Fluoride Glass. P.J. Newman,
      J. Javorniczky and D.R. MacFarlane, Research Report, Telecom R. & D. Contract Number 72234,
      December 1992, 58 pages.

13.   Preparation of Heavy Metal Fluoride Glass Preforms. D.R. MacFarlane and P.J. Newman,
      Research Report, Telecom R. & D. Contract Number 72234, April 1992, 31 pages.

12.   Preparation and Properties of Heavy Metal Fluoride Glasses. D.R. MacFarlane, P.J. Newman,
      S.A. Cook and Z. Zhou, Research Report for Generic Technology Grant, December 1990, 220
      pages.

11.   Preparation of Multimode Preforms. D.R. MacFarlane and P.J. Newman, Research Report 4/90,
      Telecom R. & D. Contract Number 72234, December 1990, 38 pages.

10.   Preparation and Properties of Heavy Metal Fluoride Glasses. D.R. MacFarlane, P.J. Newman and
      S.A. Cook, Research Report 3/89, Telecom R. & D. Contract Number 72234, December 1989, 28
      pages.

9.    Preparation and Properties of Heavy Metal Fluoride Glasses. D.R. MacFarlane, P.J. Newman, J.F.
      Conway and S.A. Cook, Research Report 2/89, Telecom R. & D. Contract Number 72234, June
      1989, 36 pages.

8.    Survey of Commercially Available Chemicals for Heavy Metal Fluoride Glasses.
      D.R. MacFarlane, P.J. Newman and J.F. Conway, Research Report 1/88, Telecom R. & D.
      Contract Number 72234, September 1988, 25 pages.

7.    Solid Polymer Electrolytes. D.R. MacFarlane and C. Barton, Montech Research Contract Report
      1/88.

6.    Preparative Procedures for Heavy Metal Halide Glass Rods and Preforms. D.R. MacFarlane,
      J.O. Browne, J.F. Conway, P.J. Mineely, L.J. Moore, S. Inoue, A. Uhlherr, T. Shridar and
      T.H. Nguyen, Telecom R & D Contract Report 2/87 (Vols 1 & 2).

5.    Heavy Metal Fluoride Glasses: Glass Purification and Compositions. D.R. MacFarlane, S. Inoue,
      L.J. Moore, J.O. Browne and J. Conway, Telecom Australia Research Contract Report 1/87, 35
      pages.

4.    Preparation and Properties of Heavy Metal Halide Glasses. S. Inoue, J. Conway and
      D.R. MacFarlane, Telecom Australia Report 2/86, 35 pages.

3.    Preparation and Properties of Heavy Metal Fluoride Glass Rods. D.R. MacFarlane, J. Conway,
      M. Forsyth, L.J. Moore and J.O. Warne, Telecom Australia Research Contract Report 1/86, 65
      pages.

2.    Heavy Metal Fluoride Glasses; Preparation and Materials Purification. D.R. MacFarlane and
      J.O. Warne, Telecom Australia Research Contract Report 2/85, 35 pages.

1.    Heavy Metal Fluoride Glasses. A Survey of Glass Forming Systems and Properties.
      D.R. MacFarlane, J. Warne and L.J. Moore, Telecom Australia Research Contract Report 1/85,
48 pages.

				
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