Speaker: Professor Clémence Corminboeuf Host: TH Department

Blending Old Concepts with Data-driven Approaches to Discover and Classify Homogeneous Catalysts

Sabatier’s principle,[1] developed in the first decades of the 20th century, states that an ideal catalyst should bind a substrate neither too strongly nor too weakly. Today, this simple idea provides the fundamental underpinning for “volcano plots”,[2,3] which are abundantly used in heterogeneous and electrocatalysis.[4] [more]
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