2016 - Rutherford Memorial Medal in Chemistry, Royal Society of Canada
2011 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Catalysis, Photochemistry, Ligand, Redox and Inorganic chemistry are his primary areas of study. The Catalysis study combines topics in areas such as Cobalt, Electrochemistry, Metal and Electrolysis of water. In his work, Oxide and Amorphous metal is strongly intertwined with Stoichiometry, which is a subfield of Metal.
His Photochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Solar cell, Dye-sensitized solar cell and Ruthenium. He combines subjects such as Medicinal chemistry and Deprotonation with his study of Ligand. His study in Inorganic chemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Faraday efficiency, Manganese, Tafel equation and Electrochemical cell.
His primary scientific interests are in Photochemistry, Catalysis, Electrochemistry, Ruthenium and Chemical engineering. His Photochemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Dye-sensitized solar cell, Redox, Ligand and Excited state. His research in Catalysis intersects with topics in Hydrogen, Oxide, Amorphous solid, Metal and Oxygen evolution.
His Oxide research incorporates elements of Amorphous metal and Scanning electron microscope. Curtis P. Berlinguette interconnects Chalcogen, Thiophene, Terpyridine, Polymer chemistry and Chromophore in the investigation of issues within Ruthenium. His Chemical engineering study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Electrocatalyst, Palladium, Membrane reactor and Electrolyte, Electrolysis.
Curtis P. Berlinguette focuses on Chemical engineering, Electrochemistry, Electrolyte, Catalysis and Electrolysis. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Electrocatalyst, Membrane reactor, Redox and Palladium. His Redox course of study focuses on Alloy and Thin film.
His research integrates issues of Flow cell, Formate and Current in his study of Electrochemistry. His work carried out in the field of Electrolyte brings together such families of science as Inorganic chemistry, Bicarbonate and Carbon dioxide. His work on Nanomaterial-based catalyst as part of general Catalysis research is frequently linked to Design elements and principles, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Curtis P. Berlinguette mostly deals with Catalysis, Chemical engineering, Electrochemistry, Reduction and Electrolyte. Curtis P. Berlinguette integrates many fields, such as Catalysis and Renewable energy, in his works. In the subject of general Chemical engineering, his work in Perovskite solar cell is often linked to Annealing, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
His Electrochemistry study incorporates themes from Noble metal, Phthalocyanine, Inorganic chemistry, Selective catalytic reduction and Flow cell. His work deals with themes such as Optoelectronics, Redox and High current, Current, which intersect with Flow cell. The study incorporates disciplines such as Reagent, Membrane reactor, Carbon dioxide and Reaction rate in addition to Electrolyte.
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Photochemical Route for Accessing Amorphous Metal Oxide Materials for Water Oxidation Catalysis
Rodney D. L. Smith;Mathieu S. Prévot;Randal D. Fagan;Zhipan Zhang.
Water Oxidation Catalysis: Electrocatalytic Response to Metal Stoichiometry in Amorphous Metal Oxide Films Containing Iron, Cobalt, and Nickel
Rodney D. L. Smith;Mathieu S. Prévot;Randal D. Fagan;Simon Trudel.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2013)
Electrochemical evidence for catalytic water oxidation mediated by a high-valent cobalt complex.
Derek J. Wasylenko;Chelladurai Ganesamoorthy;Javier Borau-Garcia;Curtis P. Berlinguette.
Chemical Communications (2011)
A trigonal-bipyramidal cyanide cluster with single-molecule-magnet behavior: Synthesis, structure, and magnetic properties of ([MnII(tmphen)2]3[MnIII(CN)6]2)
Curtis P. Berlinguette;Derek Vaughn;Cristina Cañada‐Vilalta;José Ramón Galán‐Mascarós.
Angewandte Chemie (2003)
Cyclometalated ruthenium chromophores for the dye-sensitized solar cell
Paolo G. Bomben;Kiyoshi C.D. Robson;Bryan D. Koivisto;Curtis P. Berlinguette.
Coordination Chemistry Reviews (2012)
Electrolytic CO2 Reduction in a Flow Cell.
David M Weekes;Danielle A Salvatore;Angelica Reyes;Aoxue Huang.
Accounts of Chemical Research (2018)
Electronic Modification of the [RuII(tpy)(bpy)(OH2)]2+ Scaffold: Effects on Catalytic Water Oxidation
Derek J. Wasylenko;Chelladurai Ganesamoorthy;Matthew A. Henderson;Bryan D. Koivisto.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2010)
Insight into water oxidation by mononuclear polypyridyl Ru catalysts.
Derek J. Wasylenko;Chelladurai Ganesamoorthy;Bryan D. Koivisto;Matthew A. Henderson.
Inorganic Chemistry (2010)
On the Viability of Cyclometalated Ru(II) Complexes for Light-Harvesting Applications
Paolo G. Bomben;Kiyoshi C. D. Robson;Pavel A. Sedach;Curtis P. Berlinguette.
Inorganic Chemistry (2009)
Design and Development of Functionalized Cyclometalated Ruthenium Chromophores for Light-Harvesting Applications
Kiyoshi C. D. Robson;Bryan D. Koivisto;Aswani Yella;Barbora Sporinova.
Inorganic Chemistry (2011)
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