His primary areas of investigation include Density functional theory, Catalysis, Computational chemistry, Heterogeneous catalysis and Fischer–Tropsch process. His research in Density functional theory intersects with topics in Standard hydrogen electrode and Molecular dynamics. The various areas that Jun Cheng examines in his Molecular dynamics study include Chemical physics, Deprotonation and Electronic energy.
His studies in Catalysis integrate themes in fields like Cobalt and Adsorption. His work in Computational chemistry addresses subjects such as Coupling reaction, which are connected to disciplines such as Reaction mechanism, Reaction rate, Carbene and Stereochemistry. His study focuses on the intersection of Selectivity and fields such as Inorganic chemistry with connections in the field of Metal, Oxide, Yield and Chemical engineering.
Jun Cheng mostly deals with Chemical physics, Molecular dynamics, Density functional theory, Catalysis and Inorganic chemistry. His research investigates the connection with Chemical physics and areas like Dipole which intersect with concerns in Absorption. His research integrates issues of Standard hydrogen electrode, Metal, Redox, Band gap and Aqueous solution in his study of Molecular dynamics.
He has researched Density functional theory in several fields, including Free energy perturbation, Transition metal and Standard electrode potential. His work carried out in the field of Catalysis brings together such families of science as Combinatorial chemistry, Photochemistry and Adsorption. His Inorganic chemistry research integrates issues from Oxide, Ion, Protonation, Physical chemistry and Acid dissociation constant.
Jun Cheng spends much of his time researching Chemical physics, Catalysis, Adsorption, Chemical engineering and Electrochemistry. His Chemical physics research includes elements of Work, Molecular dynamics, Capacitance, Molecule and Density functional theory. His work deals with themes such as Ion, Electrolyte, Ab initio and Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, which intersect with Molecular dynamics.
His studies deal with areas such as Fermi level, Point of zero charge, Free energy perturbation, Photoemission spectroscopy and Reference electrode as well as Density functional theory. His Catalysis research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Combinatorial chemistry, Photochemistry and Raman spectroscopy. The Adsorption study combines topics in areas such as Inorganic chemistry, Phase transition and Metal clusters, Cluster.
His primary areas of study are Catalysis, Adsorption, Photochemistry, Molecule and Chemical physics. His Catalysis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Combinatorial chemistry and Electrocatalyst. His Adsorption study incorporates themes from Membrane and In situ raman spectroscopy.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Photocatalysis, Ethylene glycol and Nanomaterial-based catalyst in addition to Photochemistry. His Chemical physics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Imine, Covalent bond, Dipole, Absorption and Chromophore. The concepts of his Selectivity study are interwoven with issues in Ethanol, Hydrogen, Methanol, Inorganic chemistry and Ethylene.
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Origin of additional capacities in metal oxide lithium-ion battery electrodes
Yan-Yan Hu;Zigeng Liu;Kyung-Wan Nam;Olaf J Borkiewicz.
Nature Materials (2013)
Electrocatalytic reduction of CO2 to ethylene and ethanol through hydrogen-assisted C–C coupling over fluorine-modified copper
Wenchao Ma;Shunji Xie;Tongtong Liu;Qiyuan Fan.
Nature Catalysis (2020)
Solar energy-driven lignin-first approach to full utilization of lignocellulosic biomass under mild conditions
Xuejiao Wu;Xueting Fan;Shunji Xie;Jinchi Lin.
Nature Catalysis (2018)
Filling metal-organic framework mesopores with TiO2 for CO2 photoreduction.
Zhuo Jiang;Xiaohui Xu;Yanhang Ma;Hae Sung Cho.
Alignment of electronic energy levels at electrochemical interfaces.
Jun Cheng;Michiel Sprik.
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (2012)
In situ probing electrified interfacial water structures at atomically flat surfaces.
Chao-Yu Li;Jia-Bo Le;Yao-Hui Wang;Shu Chen.
Nature Materials (2019)
A quantitative determination of reaction mechanisms from density functional theory calculations: Fischer–Tropsch synthesis on flat and stepped cobalt surfaces
Jun Cheng;Xue-Qing Gong;P. Hu;C. Martin Lok.
Journal of Catalysis (2008)
Acidity of edge surface sites of montmorillonite and kaolinite
Xiandong Liu;Xiandong Liu;Xiancai Lu;Michiel Sprik;Jun Cheng.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2013)
Bronsted-Evans-Polanyi relation of multistep reactions and volcano curve in heterogeneous catalysis
Jun Cheng;P. Hu;Peter Ellis;Sam French.
Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2008)
Acidity of the Aqueous Rutile TiO2(110) Surface from Density Functional Theory Based Molecular Dynamics.
Jun Cheng;Michiel Sprik.
Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation (2010)
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