Jingguang G. Chen
Jingguang G. Chen
Professor of Chemical Engineering, Columbia University
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Trends in the exchange current for hydrogen evolution
JK Nørskov, T Bligaard, A Logadottir, JR Kitchin, JG Chen, S Pandelov, ...
Journal of The Electrochemical Society 152 (3), J23, 2005
26382005
Role of strain and ligand effects in the modification of the electronic and chemical properties of bimetallic surfaces
JR Kitchin, JK Nørskov, MA Barteau, JG Chen
Physical review letters 93 (15), 156801, 2004
11352004
Modification of the surface electronic and chemical properties of Pt(111) by subsurface transition metals
JR Kitchin, JK Nørskov, MA Barteau, JG Chen
The Journal of chemical physics 120 (21), 10240-10246, 2004
11252004
A selective and efficient electrocatalyst for carbon dioxide reduction
Q Lu, J Rosen, Y Zhou, GS Hutchings, YC Kimmel, JG Chen, F Jiao
Nature communications 5 (1), 1-6, 2014
9732014
Review of Pt-based bimetallic catalysis: from model surfaces to supported catalysts
W Yu, MD Porosoff, JG Chen
Chemical reviews 112 (11), 5780-5817, 2012
9662012
Direct catalytic conversion of cellulose into ethylene glycol using nickel‐promoted tungsten carbide catalysts
N Ji, T Zhang, M Zheng, A Wang, H Wang, X Wang, JG Chen
Angewandte Chemie 120 (44), 8638-8641, 2008
7982008
Carbide and nitride overlayers on early transition metal surfaces: preparation, characterization, and reactivities
JG Chen
Chemical reviews 96 (4), 1477-1498, 1996
6801996
NEXAFS investigations of transition metal oxides, nitrides, carbides, sulfides and other interstitial compounds
JG Chen
Surface Science Reports 30 (1-3), 1-152, 1997
6571997
Active sites for CO2 hydrogenation to methanol on Cu/ZnO catalysts
S Kattel, PJ Ramírez, JG Chen, JA Rodriguez, P Liu
Science 355 (6331), 1296-1299, 2017
6512017
Catalytic reduction of CO 2 by H 2 for synthesis of CO, methanol and hydrocarbons: challenges and opportunities
MD Porosoff, B Yan, JG Chen
Energy & Environmental Science 9 (1), 62-73, 2016
6332016
Surface chemistry of transition metal carbides
HH Hwu, JG Chen
Chemical reviews 105 (1), 185-212, 2005
6272005
Correlating the hydrogen evolution reaction activity in alkaline electrolytes with the hydrogen binding energy on monometallic surfaces
W Sheng, MNZ Myint, JG Chen, Y Yan
Energy & Environmental Science 6 (5), 1509-1512, 2013
5812013
Oxygen-containing functional groups on single-wall carbon nanotubes: NEXAFS and vibrational spectroscopic studies
A Kuznetsova, I Popova, JT Yates Jr, MJ Bronikowski, CB Huffman, J Liu, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 123 (43), 10699-10704, 2001
5612001
Beyond fossil fuel–driven nitrogen transformations
JG Chen, RM Crooks, LC Seefeldt, KL Bren, RM Bullock, ...
Science 360 (6391), 2018
5172018
Monolayer bimetallic surfaces: Experimental and theoretical studies of trends in electronic and chemical properties
JG Chen, CA Menning, MB Zellner
Surface Science Reports 63 (5), 201-254, 2008
5152008
Correlating hydrogen oxidation and evolution activity on platinum at different pH with measured hydrogen binding energy
W Sheng, Z Zhuang, M Gao, J Zheng, JG Chen, Y Yan
Nature communications 6 (1), 1-6, 2015
4972015
Low‐cost hydrogen‐evolution catalysts based on monolayer platinum on tungsten monocarbide substrates
DV Esposito, ST Hunt, AL Stottlemyer, KD Dobson, BE McCandless, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 49 (51), 9859-9862, 2010
4702010
Nanostructured electrodes for high‐performance pseudocapacitors
Q Lu, JG Chen, JQ Xiao
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 52 (7), 1882-1889, 2013
4392013
A new class of electrocatalysts for hydrogen production from water electrolysis: metal monolayers supported on low-cost transition metal carbides
DV Esposito, ST Hunt, YC Kimmel, JG Chen
Journal of the American Chemical Society 134 (6), 3025-3033, 2012
4192012
Tuning Selectivity of CO2 Hydrogenation Reactions at the Metal/Oxide Interface
S Kattel, P Liu, JG Chen
Journal of the American Chemical Society 139 (29), 9739-9754, 2017
4032017
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