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2010Effect of Cu content on the structure, and performance of substoichiometric Cr-N coatingsPOLYCHRONOPOULOU K.; DEMAS Nicholaos G.; GIBSON Peter; REBHOLZ C.; POLYCARPOU A.Articles in Journals
2009Effect of Cu Content on the Tribological Performance of Cr-N Coatings at High Temperatures (840°C)POLYCHRONOPOULOU K.; REBHOLZ C.; DEMAS Nicholaos G.; POLYCARPOU A.; GIBSON PeterContributions to Conferences
2010Growth and characterisation of ceria thin films and Ce-doped y-Al2O3 nanowires using sol-gel techniquesGRAVANI S; BAKER M.a.; STOLOJAN V; CUI Q.; GIBSON Peter; HINDER S.j:; GU Zhiyong; POLYCHRONOPOULOU K.; DOUMANIDIS C C; REBHOLZ C.Articles in Journals
2007Hard and Superhard TiAlBN Coatings Deposited by Twin Electron-Beam EvaporationREBHOLZ C.; MONCLUS M.a.; BAKER M.a.; MAYRHOFER P.h.; GIBSON PETER; LEYLAND A; MATTHEWS AContributions to Conferences
2006Nanostructural Studies of PVD TiA/B CoatingsMONCLUS M.a.; BAKER M.a.; STOLOJAN V.; REBHOLZ C.; GIBSON PETER; LEYLAND A.; MATTHEWS A.Contributions to Conferences
2010Structure and mechanical properties of low temperature magnetron sputtered nanocrystalline (nc-)Ti(N,C)/amorphous diamond like carbon (a-DLC) coatingsTSOTOS C.; BAKER M.a.; POLYCHRONOPOULOU K.; GIBSON Peter; GIANNAKOPOULOS K.; POLYCARPOU A.; BOBEL K.; REBHOLZ C.Articles in Journals
2010A Study of the Nanostructure and Hardness of Electron Beam Evaporated TiAlBN CoatingsBAKER M.a.; MONCLUS M.a.; REBHOLZ C.; GIBSON Peter; LEYLAND A; MATTHEWS AArticles in Journals
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