2017 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For seminal contributions to in situ Xray absorption spectroscopy, transformative development of structural characterization methods for nanoparticles, and their pioneering applications to a broad range of functional nanomaterials in materials physics and catalysis science
His main research concerns Catalysis, Extended X-ray absorption fine structure, Nanoparticle, Inorganic chemistry and Analytical chemistry. His Catalysis study combines topics in areas such as Hydrogen, Photochemistry and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. His Extended X-ray absorption fine structure study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Nanostructure, Transmission electron microscopy, Coordination number, Metal and XANES.
His work deals with themes such as Crystallography, Bimetallic strip and Dendrimer, which intersect with Nanoparticle. His Inorganic chemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Electrocatalyst, Oxide, Methanol, Platinum and Direct-ethanol fuel cell. His work deals with themes such as Particle, Water-gas shift reaction, Particle size and Copper, which intersect with Analytical chemistry.
Anatoly I. Frenkel mostly deals with Catalysis, Extended X-ray absorption fine structure, Nanoparticle, Chemical engineering and Inorganic chemistry. His research in Catalysis intersects with topics in Oxide, X-ray absorption spectroscopy, Nanotechnology and Metal. His Extended X-ray absorption fine structure study incorporates themes from Crystallography, XANES and Absorption.
His Absorption research focuses on subjects like Chemical physics, which are linked to Nanoclusters. The Nanoparticle study which covers Bimetallic strip that intersects with Scanning transmission electron microscopy. Anatoly I. Frenkel has included themes like Electrocatalyst and Platinum in his Inorganic chemistry study.
Anatoly I. Frenkel focuses on Catalysis, Chemical engineering, Nanoparticle, Extended X-ray absorption fine structure and Chemical physics. His research integrates issues of Alloy, Nanotechnology, Nanomaterials and X-ray absorption spectroscopy in his study of Catalysis. His X-ray absorption spectroscopy study combines topics in areas such as Raman spectroscopy and X-ray absorption fine structure.
His Chemical engineering research incorporates elements of Decomposition, Oxygen reduction reaction and Nucleation. His Nanoparticle research integrates issues from Palladium, Artificial neural network, Bimetallic strip, Absorption and Physical chemistry. The study incorporates disciplines such as Particle, Radial distribution function, Molecular dynamics, Coordination number and XANES in addition to Extended X-ray absorption fine structure.
Catalysis, Nanoparticle, Extended X-ray absorption fine structure, Chemical engineering and Bimetallic strip are his primary areas of study. His studies deal with areas such as Alloy and Physical chemistry as well as Catalysis. Absorption spectroscopy is closely connected to Principal component analysis in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Physical chemistry.
His research combines X-ray absorption spectroscopy and Nanoparticle. The various areas that Anatoly I. Frenkel examines in his Extended X-ray absorption fine structure study include Chemical physics, Particle, Radial distribution function, Molecular dynamics and Reverse Monte Carlo. Anatoly I. Frenkel interconnects Electrocatalyst, Galvanic cell, Electronic properties and Oxygen reduction in the investigation of issues within Bimetallic strip.
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Understanding the phase-change mechanism of rewritable optical media.
Alexander V. Kolobov;Paul Fons;Anatoly I. Frenkel;Alexei L. Ankudinov.
Nature Materials (2004)
Hydrogen-evolution catalysts based on non-noble metal nickel-molybdenum nitride nanosheets.
Wei Fu Chen;Kotaro Sasaki;Chao Ma;Anatoly I. Frenkel.
Angewandte Chemie (2012)
Ternary Pt/Rh/SnO2 electrocatalysts for oxidizing ethanol to CO2.
A. Kowal;M. Li;M. Shao;M. Shao;K. Sasaki.
Nature Materials (2009)
A view from the inside: Complexity in the atomic scale ordering of supported metal nanoparticles
Anatoly I. Frenkel;Charles W. Hills;Ralph G. Nuzzo.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2001)
Insights into the Interplay of Lewis and Brønsted Acid Catalysts in Glucose and Fructose Conversion to 5‑(Hydroxymethyl)furfural and Levulinic Acid in Aqueous Media
Vinit Choudhary;Samir H. Mushrif;Christopher Ho;Andrzej Anderko.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2013)
Reduction of CuO and Cu2O with H2: H embedding and kinetic effects in the formation of suboxides
Jae Y. Kim;José A. Rodriguez;Jonathan C. Hanson;and Anatoly I. Frenkel.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2003)
Nanoporous Copper–Silver Alloys by Additive-Controlled Electrodeposition for the Selective Electroreduction of CO2 to Ethylene and Ethanol
Thao T. H. Hoang;Thao T. H. Hoang;Sumit Verma;Sumit Verma;Sichao Ma;Sichao Ma;Timothy T. Fister.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2018)
Spectroscopic Characterization of Mixed Fe–Ni Oxide Electrocatalysts for the Oxygen Evolution Reaction in Alkaline Electrolytes
James Landon;Ethan Demeter;Nilay İnoğlu;Chris Keturakis.
ACS Catalysis (2012)
Shape-dependent catalytic properties of Pt nanoparticles.
Simon Mostafa;Farzad Behafarid;Jason R Croy;Luis K Ono.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2010)
Experimental and Theoretical Studies on the Reaction of H2 with NiO: Role of O Vacancies and Mechanism for Oxide Reduction
José A. Rodriguez;Jonathan C. Hanson;Anatoly I. Frenkel;Jae Y. Kim.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2002)
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