Publications

Electron Microscopy group

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Sandoval Diaz, L., R. Schlögl and T. Lunkenbein: Quo Vadis Dry Reforming of Methane?—A Review on Its Chemical, Environmental, and Industrial Prospects. Catalysts 12 (5), 465 (2022).
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Folke , J., K. Dembélé, F. Girgsdies, H. Song, R. Eckert, S. Reitmeier, A. Reitzmann, R. Schlögl, T. Lunkenbein and H. Ruland: Promoter effect on the reduction behavior of wuestite-based catalysts for ammonia synthesis. Catalysis Today 387, 12–22 (2022).
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Velasco Vélez, J., D. Bernsmeier, T. Jones, P. Zeller, E. Carbonio, C.-H. Chuang, L. Falling, V. Streibel, R. Mom, A. Hammud, M. Hävecker, R. Arrigo, E. Stotz, T. Lunkenbein, A. Knop-Gericke, R. Krähnert and R. Schlögl: The rise of electrochemical NAPXPS operated in the soft X-ray regime exemplified by the oxygen evolution reaction on IrOx electrocatalysts. Faraday Discussions, in press.
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Reiter, F., M. Pielmeier, A. Vogel, C. Jandl, M. Plodinec, C. Rohner, T. Lunkenbein, K. Nisi, A. Holleitner and T. Nilges: SnBrP-A SnIP-type representative in the Sn-Br-P system. Zeitschrift für anorganische und allgemeine Chemie e202100347 (2022).
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Haase, F., A. Rabe, F. Schmidt, A. Herzog, H. Jeon, W. Frandsen, P.V. Narangoda , I. Spanos, K.F. Ortega, J. Timoshenko, T. Lunkenbein, M. Behrens, A. Bergmann, R. Schlögl and B. Roldan Cuenya: Role of Nanoscale Inhomogeneities in Co2FeO4 Catalysts during Oxygen Evolution Reaction. Journal of the American Chemical Society, in press.
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