17 Electrocatalysis and Photoelectrocatalysis I: CO2 Reduction

Sunday, November 8, 2015: 3:30 PM - 6:00 PM
355D (Salt Palace Convention Center)

Experimental and modeling papers are sought on fundamental understanding and applications of electrocatalysis and photoelectrocatalysis for energy storage and renewable fuels, electrolysis, fuel cells, etc...

Catalysis and Reaction Engineering Division
Thomas F. Jaramillo Email: jaramillo@stanford.edu
Gang Wu Email: gangwu@buffalo.edu
Maureen H. Tang Email: mhtang@drexel.edu
Eranda Nikolla Email: erandan@wayne.edu
Chao Wang Email: chaowang@jhu.edu
Zhenmeng Peng Email: zpeng@uakron.edu
- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

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3:30 PM
(17a) CO2 Electroreduction with High Ethylene Selectivity Via Nanostructuring of Polycrystalline Copper
Youngkook Kwon, Yanwei Lum, Ezra L. Clark, Joel W. Ager and Alexis T. Bell

3:50 PM
(17b) Mechanistic Studies of the Electrochemical Reduction of CO2 on Gold
Marco Dunwell, Qi Lu, Bingjun Xu, Feng Jiao, Yushan Yan and Jingguang G. Chen

4:10 PM
(17c) Novel Approach to Synthesize the Cu-Based Selective Electrocatalysts for CO2 Electroreduction
Alexey Serov, Monica Padilla, Kateryna Artyushkova, Olga Baturina and Plamen Atanassov

4:30 PM
(17d) Active Cu Nanoparticles for the Electrochemical Conversion of CO2 to Ethylene and Ethanol
Sichao Ma, Masaaki Sadakiyo, Miho Yamauchi and Paul J. A. Kenis

4:50 PM
(17e) Coincidences and Insights into Molecular Heterocycles That Catalyze CO2 Reduction with Low Overpotentials
Karthikeyan Saravanan, Mitchell Groenenboom, Yaqun Zhu, Aude Marjolin, Victor Oyeyemi and John A. Keith

5:10 PM
(17f) Utilizing Grazing Incidence XAS to Investigate Operando CO2 Reduction on Au Electrodes
Jeremy Feaster, Samuel D. Fleischman, Ryan Davis, Apurva Mehta and Thomas F. Jaramillo

5:30 PM
(17g) Low-Cost, Highly Scalable Graphite-Based Catalyst for Electrochemical Methanation of Carbon Dioxide
Yanwei Lum, Youngkook Kwon, Peter Lobaccaro, Ezra L. Clark, Alexis T. Bell and Joel W. Ager
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