His primary areas of investigation include Inorganic chemistry, Nanotechnology, Oxide, Crystallography and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. His research in Inorganic chemistry intersects with topics in Doping, Dopant, Reactivity, Catalysis and Electrochemistry. The Nanotechnology study which covers Chemical engineering that intersects with Thin film.
The Oxide study combines topics in areas such as Stoichiometry, Graphene, Metal, Oxidation state and Redox. His Crystallography research includes themes of Evaporation, Scanning tunneling microscope, Bilayer and Molecule. X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy is the subject of his research, which falls under Analytical chemistry.
Gaetano Granozzi spends much of his time researching X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, Crystallography, Analytical chemistry, Electronic structure and Inorganic chemistry. Chemical engineering covers he research in X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. His study in Crystallography is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Epitaxy, Monolayer, Overlayer, Diffraction and Scanning tunneling microscope.
His Analytical chemistry research integrates issues from Thin film, Annealing, Electron diffraction, Low-energy electron diffraction and Substrate. Gaetano Granozzi works mostly in the field of Inorganic chemistry, limiting it down to topics relating to Catalysis and, in certain cases, Electrochemistry, Electrocatalyst and Carbon. His Oxide research incorporates themes from Nanotechnology, Graphene and Metal.
His primary areas of study are Chemical engineering, Catalysis, Inorganic chemistry, Oxide and Electrochemistry. His Chemical engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Titanium, Dielectric spectroscopy and Metal. His studies in Catalysis integrate themes in fields like Electrolyte, Electrocatalyst and Carbon.
His Inorganic chemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Palladium, Anatase, Dopant, Oxygen and Photoemission spectroscopy. His Oxide research includes elements of Monolayer, Adsorption, Electron transfer, Redox and Graphene. Graphene is a primary field of his research addressed under Nanotechnology.
Gaetano Granozzi mainly investigates Inorganic chemistry, Catalysis, Nanotechnology, Electrochemistry and Graphene. His studies deal with areas such as Reactivity, Oxide, Photoemission spectroscopy and Palladium as well as Inorganic chemistry. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and Analytical chemistry.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Electrolyte, Chemical engineering and Oxygen in addition to Catalysis. The concepts of his Nanotechnology study are interwoven with issues in Raman scattering, Plasmon and Electronic band structure. His Graphene research incorporates elements of Quantum dot, Graphite and Raman spectroscopy.
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Evolution of Electrical, Chemical, and Structural Properties of Transparent and Conducting Chemically Derived Graphene Thin Films
Cecilia Mattevi;Goki Eda;Stefano Agnoli;Steve Miller.
Advanced Functional Materials (2009)
The Nature of Defects in Fluorine-Doped TiO2
Am Czoska;S Livraghi;M Chiesa;E Giamello.
Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2008)
Nitrogen and sulfur doped mesoporous carbon as metal-free electrocatalysts for the in situ production of hydrogen peroxide
Valentina Perazzolo;Christian Durante;Roberto Pilot;Andrea Paduano.
Single and Multiple Doping in Graphene Quantum Dots: Unraveling the Origin of Selectivity in the Oxygen Reduction Reaction
Marco Favaro;Lara Ferrighi;Gianluca Fazio;Luciano Colazzo.
ACS Catalysis (2015)
Ultrathin TiOx Films on Pt(111): A LEED, XPS, and STM Investigation
Francesco Sedona;Gian Andrea Rizzi;Stefano Agnoli;Francesc X. Llabres I Xamena.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2005)
Metal–Support Interaction in Platinum and Palladium Nanoparticles Loaded on Nitrogen-Doped Mesoporous Carbon for Oxygen Reduction Reaction
Lorenzo Perini;Christian Durante;Marco Favaro;Valentina Perazzolo.
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (2015)
Electronic interaction between platinum nanoparticles and nitrogen-doped reduced graphene oxide: effect on the oxygen reduction reaction
Jiwei Ma;Jiwei Ma;Aurélien Habrioux;Yun Luo;Guadalupe Ramos-Sanchez.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2015)
Microscopic View on a Chemical Vapor Deposition Route to Boron-Doped Graphene Nanostructures
Mattia Cattelan;Stefano Agnoli;Marco Favaro;Denis Garoli.
Chemistry of Materials (2013)
Establishing reactivity descriptors for platinum group metal (PGM)-free Fe–N–C catalysts for PEM fuel cells
Mathias Primbs;Yanyan Sun;Aaron Roy;Daniel Malko.
Energy and Environmental Science (2020)
Au Nanoparticles in Nanocrystalline TiO2−NiO Films for SPR-Based, Selective H2S Gas Sensing
Enrico Della Gaspera;Massimo Guglielmi;Stefano Agnoli;Gaetano Granozzi.
Chemistry of Materials (2010)
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