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Electrochemistry and Electric Grid > Electrocatalysis
Nature-Inspired Solid-State Electrocatalysts: The Oxidation of Water and the Reduction of CO2 to Fuels

Start Date: January 2010

Investigators

Thomas Jaramillo, Chemical Engineering, Stanford University; Jens Nørskov, Chemical Engineering and Photon Science, Stanford University

Annual Reports Publications
  • Abram, D. N., K. P. Kuhl, E. R. Cave, and T. F. Jaramillo. "Electrochemical Reduction of CO2 on Platinum and Polyaniline-Coated Platinum and Modification of Product Distribution," In Preparation.
  • Cave, E. R., K. P. Kuhl, D. N. Abram, and T. F. Jaramillo. "Electrochemical Reduction of Carbon Dioxide on Gold," In Preparation.
  • Hansen, H. A., J. B. Varley, A. A. Peterson, and J. K. Norskov. "Understanding trends in the electrocatalytic activity of metals and enzymes for CO2 reduction to CO." Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 4, No. 3, 388-92 (2013).
  • "Hansen, H., Kuhl, K.P., Montoya, J., Chi, C., Cave, E.R., Abram, D.N., Hatsukade, T., Jaramillo,
  • T.F., Nørskov, J.K. "Understanding methane/methanol selectivity on CO2 electroreduction", In Preparation."
  • Hatsukade, T., K. P. Kuhl, E. R. Cave, D. N. Abram, and T. F. Jaramillo. "Insights into the Electrocatalytic Reduction of CO2 on Metallic Silver Surfaces through Potential-Dependent Investigation." In Preparation.
  • Kuhl, K. P., H. Hansen, E. R. Cave, D. N. Abram, T. Hatsukade, J. K. Nørskov, and T. F. Jaramillo. "Trends in electrochemical CO2 reduction to CO activity." In Preparation.
  • Kuhl, K. P., T. Hatsukade, E. R. Cave, D. N. Abram, J. Kibsgaard, and T. F. Jaramillo. "Trends in transition metals for the electro-reduction of CO2 to methane and methanol." In Preparation.
  • Ng, J., Y. Gorlin, and T. F. Jaramillo. "Nanostructured particles of manganese oxide for ORR in alkaline-based fuel cells." In Preparation.
  • Varley, J. B. and J. K. Nørskov. "First‐Principles calculations of Fischer–Tropsch processes catalyzed by nitrogenase enzymes." Chemcatchem 5, No. 3, 732-6 (2013).
  • Kuhl, K. P., E. R. Cave, D. N. Abram, and T. F. Jaramillo. "New insights into the electrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide on metallic copper surfaces." Energy & Environmental Science, 5, 7050-7059 (2012).
  • Ng J, Y. Gorlin, and T. Jaramillo. "Nanostructured particles of manganese oxide for ORR in alkalinebased fuel cells" (in preparation, 2012).
  • Cave, E. R, K. P. Kuhl, D. N. Abram, and T. F. Jaramillo. "Electrochemical Reduction of Carbon Dioxide on Gold", (in preparation, 2012).
  • Abram, D.N.; K. P. Kuhl, E. R. Cave, and T. F. Jaramillo. "Electrochemical Reduction of CO2 on Platinum and Polyaniline-Coated Platinum and Modification of Product Distribution" (in preparation, 2012).

Presentations

  • T.F. Jaramillo, "Catalyzing chemical transformations in renewable energy: Tailoring Electrocatalyst Materials for Activity, Selectivity, and Stability," Center for Catalytic Science and Technology at the University of Delaware, Newark, DE, May 2013.
  • Jens Nørskov: Nanostructured Catalysts for Conversion of Chemical Energy, Gordon Research Conference: Nanomaterials for Applications in Energy Technology, Ventura, USA, February 2013.
  • Cave, E.R.; Kuhl, K.P.; Abram, D.N.; Hatsukade, T.; and Jaramillo, T.F. "Electrochemical Reduction of CO2 on Metal Surfaces with a Focus on Formate Production," Invited talk at the NASA-Ames Research Center, Moffet Field, CA., March 2013.
  • Kuhl, K.P.; Cave, E.R.; Abram, D.N.; Hatsukade, T.; and Jaramillo, T.F. "Trends in Transition Metal Catalysts for Electrochemical CO2 Reduction," Materials Research Society (MRS) National Meeting, San Francisco, CA, April 2013
  • Jaramillo, T. F., "Catalyzing key chemical transformations for renewable, sustainable energy," Harvard University Center for the Environment (HUCE), Materials for Energy Seminar Series, Cambridge, MA, May 2013.
  • Jaramillo, T. F., "Tailoring Electrocatalyst Materials at the Nano-Scale: Controlling Activity, Selectivity, and Stability for Energy Conversion Reactions," University of California, Santa Barbara, Dept. of Chemistry and Dept. of Chemical Engineering, March 2012.
  • Jaramillo, T. F., High Temperature Gas Dynamics Laboratory Seminar Series, Stanford, CA. "Tailoring Electrocatalyst Materials at the Nano-Scale: ontrolling Activity, Selectivity, and Stability for Energy Conversion Reactions,", Stanford University, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, March 2012.
  • Jaramillo, T. F., K. P. Kuhl, and E. Cave. "Electrocatalytic Conversion of CO2 to Fuels on Metal Surfaces," 2011 Materials Research Society Spring Meeting & Exhibit, San Francisco, California, April 2011.
  • Kuhl K. P. and T. F. Jaramillo. "Electrochemical Reduction of Carbon Dioxide on Transition Metal Surfaces," 2011 Gordon Research Conference on Solar Fuels, Ventura, California, January 2011.
  • Jaramillo T. F. and J. K. Nørskov. "Developing Solid-State Electrocatalysts Based on Design Principles from Nature: The Oxidation of Water and the Reduction of CO2 to Fuels." Global Climate Energy Project, 6th Annual Research Symposium, Creating a Sustainable Energy System for the 21st Century & Beyond, Stanford University, California, September 2010.
Updated January 2015
 

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