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  • Trends in Solid Adsorbent Materials Development for CO2 Capture. [Journal Article]
    ACS Appl Mater Interfaces 2019Pardakhti M, Jafari T, … Srivastava R
  • The United Nations (UN) recent report has warned about the excessive CO2 emissions and the necessity of making efforts to keep the increase in temperature below 2 ○C. Current CO2 capture technologies are inadequate in contributing towards reaching that goal, and effective mitigation strategies must be pursued. In this work, we summarized trends in materials development for CO2 adsorption with foc…
  • HfN nanoparticles: an Unexplored Catalyst for the Electrocatalytic Oxygen Evolution Reaction. [Journal Article]
    Angew Chem Int Ed Engl 2019Defilippi C, Shinde DV, … Giordano C
  • Water electrolysis is one of the most promising methods to produce H2 and O2 as high potential fuels. Among the two half-reactions, Oxygen Evolution Reaction (OER) is more difficult to be optimized and still relies on expensive noble-metal based catalysts on Ru or Ir. In this paper, we prepared and tested in OER for the first-time nanoparticles of HfN and Hf2ON2. HfN, in particular, was shown to …
  • Cohesive Properties of Ionic Liquids Calculated from First Principles. [Journal Article]
    J Chem Theory Comput 2019Červinka C, Klajmon M, Štejfa V
  • Low volatility of ionic liquids (ILs), being one of their most valuable properties, is also the principle factor making reliable measurements of vapor pressures and vaporization (or sublimation) enthalpies of ILs extremely difficult. Alternatively, vaporization enthalpies at the temperature of the triple point can be obtained from the enthalpies of sublimation and fusion. While the latter can be …
  • Alkali-Glass Behavior in Honeycomb-Type Layered Li3-xNaxNi2SbO6 Solid Solution. [Journal Article]
    Inorg Chem 2019Vallée C, Saubanère M, … Berthelot R
  • Layered oxide compositions Li3-xNaxNi2SbO6 have been prepared by solid-state synthesis. A complete solid solution is evidenced and characterized by X-ray and neutron diffraction as well as 7Li and 23Na solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. The transition-metal layer is characterized by the classic honeycomb Ni2+/Sb5+ ordering, whereas a more uncommon randomly mixed occupancy of lit…
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