Ding Ma (马 丁)
Ding Ma (马 丁)
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Interface-confined ferrous centers for catalytic oxidation
Q Fu, WX Li, Y Yao, H Liu, HY Su, D Ma, XK Gu, L Chen, Z Wang, ...
science 328 (5982), 1141-1144, 2010
Low-temperature hydrogen production from water and methanol using Pt/α-MoC catalysts
L Lin, W Zhou, R Gao, S Yao, X Zhang, W Xu, S Zheng, Z Jiang, Q Yu, ...
Nature 544 (7648), 80-83, 2017
Methane activation: the past and future
P Tang, Q Zhu, Z Wu, D Ma
Energy & Environmental Science 7 (8), 2580-2591, 2014
Fe5C2 Nanoparticles: A Facile Bromide-Induced Synthesis and as an Active Phase for Fischer–Tropsch Synthesis
C Yang, H Zhao, Y Hou, D Ma
Journal of the American Chemical Society 134 (38), 15814-15821, 2012
Nitrogen‐Doped sp2‐Hybridized Carbon as a Superior Catalyst for Selective Oxidation
Y Gao, G Hu, J Zhong, Z Shi, Y Zhu, DS Su, J Wang, X Bao, D Ma
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 52 (7), 2109-2113, 2013
Atomic-layered Au clusters on α-MoC as catalysts for the low-temperature water-gas shift reaction
S Yao, X Zhang, W Zhou, R Gao, W Xu, Y Ye, L Lin, X Wen, P Liu, B Chen, ...
Science 357 (6349), 389-393, 2017
Reduced graphene oxide as a catalyst for hydrogenation of nitrobenzene at room temperature
Y Gao, D Ma, C Wang, J Guan, X Bao
Chemical Communications 47 (8), 2432-2434, 2011
The role of the lateral dimension of graphene oxide in the regulation of cellular responses
H Yue, W Wei, Z Yue, B Wang, N Luo, Y Gao, D Ma, G Ma, Z Su
Biomaterials 33 (16), 4013-4021, 2012
Tuning the selectivity of catalytic carbon dioxide hydrogenation over iridium/cerium oxide catalysts with a strong metal–support interaction
S Li, Y Xu, Y Chen, W Li, L Lin, M Li, Y Deng, X Wang, B Ge, C Yang, ...
Angewandte Chemie 129 (36), 10901-10905, 2017
Highly Tunable Selectivity for Syngas‐Derived Alkenes over Zinc and Sodium‐Modulated Fe5C2 Catalyst
P Zhai, C Xu, R Gao, X Liu, M Li, W Li, X Fu, C Jia, J Xie, M Zhao, X Wang, ...
Angewandte Chemie 128 (34), 10056-10061, 2016
Toward monodispersed silver nanoparticles with unusual thermal stability
J Sun, D Ma, H Zhang, X Liu, X Han, X Bao, G Weinberg, N Pfänder, D Su
Journal of the American Chemical Society 128 (49), 15756-15764, 2006
Atomically dispersed Pd on nanodiamond/graphene hybrid for selective hydrogenation of acetylene
F Huang, Y Deng, Y Chen, X Cai, M Peng, Z Jia, P Ren, D Xiao, X Wen, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 140 (41), 13142-13146, 2018
Direct catalytic oxidation of benzene to phenol over metal-free graphene-based catalyst
JH Yang, G Sun, Y Gao, H Zhao, P Tang, J Tan, AH Lu, D Ma
Energy & Environmental Science 6 (3), 793-798, 2013
Highly selective oxidation of methane to methanol at ambient conditions by titanium dioxide-supported iron species
J Xie, R Jin, A Li, Y Bi, Q Ruan, Y Deng, Y Zhang, S Yao, G Sankar, D Ma, ...
Nature Catalysis 1 (11), 889-896, 2018
On the induction period of methane aromatization over Mo-based catalysts
D Ma, Y Shu, M Cheng, Y Xu, X Bao
Journal of Catalysis 194 (1), 105-114, 2000
Unusual mesoporous SBA-15 with parallel channels running along the short axis
H Zhang, J Sun, D Ma, X Bao, A Klein-Hoffmann, G Weinberg, D Su, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 126 (24), 7440-7441, 2004
Hydrothermal synthesis of microscale boehmite and gamma nanoleaves alumina
Y Liu, D Ma, X Han, X Bao, W Frandsen, D Wang, D Su
Materials Letters 62 (8-9), 1297-1301, 2008
Highly Dispersed Copper over β-Mo2C as an Efficient and Stable Catalyst for the Reverse Water Gas Shift (RWGS) Reaction
X Zhang, X Zhu, L Lin, S Yao, M Zhang, X Liu, X Wang, YW Li, C Shi, ...
ACS Catalysis 7 (1), 912-918, 2017
Methane dehydro‐aromatization over Mo/MCM‐22 catalysts: a highly selective catalyst for the formation of benzene
Y Shu, D Ma, L Xu, Y Xu, X Bao
Catalysis Letters 70 (1), 67-73, 2000
Oxide‐modified nickel photocatalysts for the production of hydrocarbons in visible light
Y Zhao, B Zhao, J Liu, G Chen, R Gao, S Yao, M Li, Q Zhang, L Gu, J Xie, ...
Angewandte Chemie 128 (13), 4287-4291, 2016
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