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    Flow: architecture, object and relation

    Smith, Chris L, Ballantyne, Andrew
    Architectural Research Quarterly, 2010, Vol.14(1), pp.21-27 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Flow: architecture, object and relation
    Auteur: Smith, Chris L; Ballantyne, Andrew
    Echelle: 2010
    Sujet: Architecture ; Psychoanalysis;
    Description: This paper – like those following it in this issue of arq – focuses on the shifting notion of ‘flow’ and the significance of that notion for the practice, critique and theorisation of architecture.
    Précédemment: 201003
    Fait partie de: Architectural Research Quarterly, 2010, Vol.14(1), pp.21-27
    Classement: 201003
    Identifiant: 1359-1355 (ISSN); 1474-0516 (E-ISSN); 10.1017/S1359135510000540 (DOI)

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    Architecture : A Very Short Introduction

    Ballantyne, Andrew
    Oxford : Oxford University Press
    2002
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    Titre: Architecture : A Very Short Introduction / Andrew Ballantyne
    Auteur: Ballantyne, Andrew
    Editeur: Oxford : Oxford University Press
    Date: 2002
    Collation: 132 pages
    Collection: Very Short Introductions
    Documents dans cette collection: Very Short Introductions
    Classification: cdu-vsheso 72
    Identifiant: 0192801791 (ISBN)
    No RERO: R009070627
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-R009070627/html?view=VS_V1

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    L'architecture

    Ballantyne, Andrew
    Gollion : Infolio éd.
    2005
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    Titre: L'architecture / Andrew Ballantyne ; trad. de l'anglais par Léo Biétry
    Auteur: Ballantyne, Andrew
    Editeur: Gollion : Infolio éd.
    Date: 2005
    Collation: 158 p. : ill. ; 18 cm
    Collection: Illico ; 1
    Documents dans cette collection: Illico
    Sujet RERO: Architecture
    Classification: cdu-vsprat 72
    Identifiant: 2884745351 (ISBN)
    No RERO: R003848796
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    Three views on the RAE Design and the computerand theory is changing

    Ballantyne, Andrew
    Architectural Research Quarterly, 2002, Vol.6(4), pp.292-296 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    In a dark wood: dwelling as spatial practice

    Ballantyne, Andrew
    Architectural Research Quarterly, 2000, Vol.4(4), pp.349-356 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: In a dark wood: dwelling as spatial practice
    Auteur: Ballantyne, Andrew
    Echelle: 2000
    Sujet: Theory ; Architecture;
    Description: In architecture the link between life and art can be so strong that one can see them as fused, as Heidegger did. We encounter buildings in connection with the life that inhabits them, but the relationship between building and life is not that of cause and effect. The building is a tool, for which a variety of uses might be found. Gilles Deleuze saw ideas as tools, and valued ???nomadism??? ??? moving between sets of ideas. He deployed a rhetoric of mobility and invention that encourages the free play of ideas, while effectively resisting the lure of Heidegger??s ???blood and soil??? nostalgia.
    Précédemment: 200012
    Fait partie de: Architectural Research Quarterly, 2000, Vol.4(4), pp.349-356
    Classement: 200012
    Identifiant: 1359-1355 (ISSN); 1474-0516 (E-ISSN); 10.1017/S1359135500000439 (DOI)

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    Lead acid battery recycling for the twenty-first century

    Ballantyne, Andrew D, Hallett, Jason P, Riley, D Jason, Shah, Nilay, Payne, David J
    Royal Society open science, May 2018, Vol.5(5), pp.171368 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Removal of casting defects from CMSX-4® and CMSX-10® alloys by electropolishing in a novel electrolyte; Deep Eutectic Solvent

    Dsouza Neil, Appleton Matthew, Ballantyne Andrew, Cook Amy, Harris Robert, Ryder Karl S
    MATEC web of conferences, 01 January 2014, Vol.14, p.13007 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Removal of casting defects from CMSX-4® and CMSX-10® alloys by electropolishing in a novel electrolyte; Deep Eutectic Solvent
    Auteur: Dsouza Neil; Appleton Matthew; Ballantyne Andrew; Cook Amy; Harris Robert; Ryder Karl S
    Sujet: Engineering
    Description: Here we describe the use of environmentally benign Deep Eutectic Solvents (DESs) to electropolish oxide casting scale from Ni based superalloy turbine blades. These new electrolytes are a viable alternative to hazardous and aggressive aqueous acids and etchants currently used to process these components. In addition we show that the DES electrolytes selectively expose the underlying surface structure of these superalloys. We demonstrate the ability of these electrolytes to preferentially etch either γ or γ′ phases depending on the choice of electrolyte formulation and the applied potential during the electrolytic etch on CMSX-4® and CMSX-10® alloys.
    Fait partie de: MATEC web of conferences, 01 January 2014, Vol.14, p.13007
    Identifiant: 2261-236X (E-ISSN); 10.1051/matecconf/20141413007 (DOI)

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    Bright metal coatings from sustainable electrolytes: the effect of molecular additives on electrodeposition of nickel from a deep eutectic solvent

    Abbott, Andrew P, Ballantyne, Andrew, Harris, Robert C, Juma, Jamil A, Ryder, Karl S
    Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP, 25 January 2017, Vol.19(4), pp.3219-3231 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Bright metal coatings from sustainable electrolytes: the effect of molecular additives on electrodeposition of nickel from a deep eutectic solvent
    Auteur: Abbott, Andrew P; Ballantyne, Andrew; Harris, Robert C; Juma, Jamil A; Ryder, Karl S
    Sujet: Nickel ; Lösungsmittel ; Galvanische Abscheidung ; Elektrolyt ; Glanzzusatz ; Ionische Flüssigkeit ; Ethylenglykol ; Nikotinsäure ; Borsäure ; Glanzüberzug ; Nukleation ; Rauigkeit ; Oberflächenmorphologie ; Wachstumsmechanismus ; Oberflächengüte ; Kristallwachstum ; Chemistry;
    Description: Organic and inorganic additives are often added to nickel electroplating solutions to improve surface finish, reduce roughness and promote uniform surface morphology of the coatings. Such additives are usually small molecules and often referred to as brighteners or levellers. However, there have been limited investigations into the effect of such additives on electrodeposition from ionic liquids (ILs) and deep eutectic solvents (DESs). Here we study the effect of four additives on electrolytic nickel plating from an ethyleneglycol based DES; these are nicotinic acid (NA), methylnicotinate (MN), 5,5-dimethylhydantoin (DMH) and boric acid (BA). The additives show limited influence on the bulk Ni(ii) speciation but have significant influence on the electrochemical behaviour of Ni deposition. Small concentrations (ca. 15 mM) of NA and MN show inhibition of Ni(ii) reduction whereas high concentrations of DMH and BA are required for a modest difference in behaviour from the additive free system. NA and MN also show that they significantly alter the nucleation and growth mechanism when compared to the additive free system and those with DMH and BA. Each of the additive systems had the effect of producing brighter and flatter bulk electrodeposits with increased coating hardness but XRD shows that NA and MN direct crystal growth to the [111] orientation whereas DMH and BA direct crystal growth to the [220] orientation.
    Fait partie de: Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP, 25 January 2017, Vol.19(4), pp.3219-3231
    Identifiant: 1463-9084 (E-ISSN); 28083577 Version (PMID); 10.1039/c6cp08720e (DOI)

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    Electrochemistry and speciation of Au(+) in a deep eutectic solvent: growth and morphology of galvanic immersion coatings

    Ballantyne, Andrew D, Forrest, Gregory C H, Frisch, Gero, Hartley, Jennifer M, Ryder, Karl S
    Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP, 11 November 2015, Vol.17(45), pp.30540-50 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Electrochemistry and speciation of Au(+) in a deep eutectic solvent: growth and morphology of galvanic immersion coatings
    Auteur: Ballantyne, Andrew D; Forrest, Gregory C H; Frisch, Gero; Hartley, Jennifer M; Ryder, Karl S
    Sujet: Chemistry;
    Description: In this study we compare the electrochemical and structural properties of three gold salts AuCl, AuCN and KAu(CN)2 in a Deep Eutectic Solvent (DES) electrolyte (Ethaline 200) in order to elucidate factors affecting the galvanic deposition of gold coatings on nickel substrates. A chemically reversible diffusion limited response was observed for AuCl, whereas AuCN and KAu(CN)2 showed much more complicated, kinetically limited responses. Galvanic exchange reactions were performed on nickel substrates from DES solutions of the three gold salts; the AuCN gave a bright gold coating, the KAu(CN)2 solution give a visibly thin coating, whilst the coating from AuCl was dull, friable and poorly adhesive. This behaviour was rationalised by the differing speciation for each of these compounds, as evidenced by EXAFS methods. Analysis of EXAFS data shows that AuCl forms the chlorido-complex [AuCl2](-), AuCN forms a mixed [AuCl(CN)](-) species, whereas KAu(CN)2 maintains its [Au(CN)2](-) structure. The...
    Fait partie de: Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP, 11 November 2015, Vol.17(45), pp.30540-50
    Identifiant: 1463-9084 (E-ISSN); 26523806 Version (PMID); 10.1039/c5cp05748e (DOI)

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    Do all ionic liquids need organic cations? Characterisation of AlCl2·nAmide+ AlCl4(-) and comparison with imidazolium based systems

    Abood, Hadi M A, Abbott, Andrew P, Ballantyne, Andrew D, Ryder, Karl S
    Chemical communications (Cambridge, England), 28 March 2011, Vol.47(12), pp.3523-5 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Do all ionic liquids need organic cations? Characterisation of AlCl2·nAmide+ AlCl4(-) and comparison with imidazolium based systems
    Auteur: Abood, Hadi M A; Abbott, Andrew P; Ballantyne, Andrew D; Ryder, Karl S
    Description: The addition of a simple amide to AlCl(3) causes the formation of a liquid of the form [AlCl(2)·nAmide](+) AlCl(4)(-). The material thus produced is liquid over a wide temperature range, is relatively insensitive to water and has the properties of an ionic liquid. This ionic liquid is shown to be a suitable medium for the acetylation of ferrocene and the electrodeposition of aluminium and demonstrated that quaternary ammonium cations are not always needed to form ionic liquids.
    Fait partie de: Chemical communications (Cambridge, England), 28 March 2011, Vol.47(12), pp.3523-5
    Identifiant: 1364-548X (E-ISSN); 21301722 Version (PMID); 10.1039/c0cc04989a (DOI)