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Molecular catalysts offer precise control of structure that enables understanding of structure—reactivity relationships, which can be difficult to achieve with heterogeneous catalysts. Advantages of surface immobilization include the need for less catalyst, avoidance of bimolecular decomposition pathways, and easier determination of catalyst lifetime.
This Minireview highlights surface immobilization of molecular electrocatalysts for reduction of O 2 , oxidation of H 2 O, production of H 2 , and reduction of CO 2. Volume 23 , Issue The full text of this article hosted at iucr. If you do not receive an email within 10 minutes, your email address may not be registered, and you may need to create a new Wiley Online Library account.
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Molecular Catalysts for Energy Conversion | Tatsuhiro Okada | Springer
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Read the full text. Its approach to this problem is based on a profound understanding of the underlying chemical reactions and multidisciplinary.
The department of Inorganic Spectroscopy focuses on the development and application of advanced X-ray spectroscopic tools for understanding processes in biological and chemical catalysis. Director: Walter Leitner.
The research of the Molecular Catalysis department focuses on the development of technologies for the conversion of renewable energy and feedstocks to sustainable fuels and chemical products. The department Heterogeneous Reactions is researching, among other things, on a better understanding of the processes of electrocatalytic water splitting.
The aim is to generate generic insight and solutions for synthesis and analysis of chemical energy conversion systems.
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The sun is an endless supply of "free" energy. We explore renewable methods for chemical synthesis and fuel generation by designing molecular and heterogeneous catalysts for activating small molecules like protons, carbon dioxide, and nitrogen species. Welcome to the Thoi Research Group The Thoi Research Group uses fundamental understanding in ion transport and catalysis to target critical concerns in fuel cells, batteries, and solar fuels.
Molecular Materials for Energy Storage Metal and Covalent Organic Frameworks are tunable materials that have high thermal, chemical, and mechanical stability.