337 Catalysis for C1 Chemistry I: CO2 Reduction

Tuesday, November 10, 2015: 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
355D (Salt Palace Convention Center)

Catalysis for C1 chemistry is of critical importance. We invite theoretical and experimental contributions that use methane, CO, methanol, and CO2 as feedstock for the production of fuels and chemicals.

Catalysis and Reaction Engineering Division
Ronald Michalsky Email: michalskyr@ethz.ch
Hongfei Lin Email: hongfeil@unr.edu
Dady B. Dadyburjor Email: dady.dadyburjor@mail.wvu.edu
Siris Laursen Email: slaursen@utk.edu
Andrew Medford Email: ajmedfor@gmail.com
Ye Xu Email: yexu@lsu.edu

12:30 PM
(337a) Cathode Catalysts for Electroreduction of CO2 to Value-Added Products
Paul J. A. Kenis, Sichao Ma, Byoungsu Kim, Sumit Verma, Molly Jhong, Claire Tornow, Michael R. Thorson, Andrew A. Gewirth, Stephen Lyth, Naotoshi Nakashima and Miho Yamauchi

1:10 PM
(337c) Importance of Substrate Metals in Cu-Based Catalysts for Electroreduction of CO2
Alexandros Karaiskakis, Sujan Shrestha and Elizabeth J. Biddinger

1:30 PM

2:10 PM
(337f) Facile Development of ZnO-CuO Nanowires for CO2 Photoreduction into Hydrocarbon Fuels
Wei-Ning Wang, Fei Wu, Yoon Myung, Dariusz Niedzwiedzki, Hyung Soon Im, Jeunghee Park, Parag Banerjee and Pratim Biswas

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