The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Electrochemistry, Catalysis, Density functional theory, Nanotechnology and Selectivity. Karen Chan works on Catalysis which deals in particular with Transition metal. Her work focuses on many connections between Transition metal and other disciplines, such as Chemical physics, that overlap with her field of interest in Chemical vapor deposition, Electronic structure, Doping and Molybdenum disulfide.
Her Density functional theory study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Inorganic chemistry and Metal. She works mostly in the field of Nanotechnology, limiting it down to concerns involving Work and, occasionally, Electrocatalyst, Hydrogen evolution, Mixed metal and Phosphide. Her Selectivity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Ammonia production, Electrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide, Electrolyte, Copper and Combinatorial chemistry.
Karen Chan mostly deals with Catalysis, Electrochemistry, Density functional theory, Inorganic chemistry and Chemical physics. Karen Chan works in the field of Catalysis, namely Transition metal. The Electrochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Nanotechnology, Electrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide, Adsorption, Electrolyte and Selectivity.
In her research, Alkali metal and Glyoxal is intimately related to Polarization, which falls under the overarching field of Density functional theory. In the subject of general Inorganic chemistry, her work in Molybdenum is often linked to Reduction, thereby combining diverse domains of study. The various areas that Karen Chan examines in her Chemical physics study include Ion, Solvation, Electronic structure and Doping.
Catalysis, Electrochemistry, Inorganic chemistry, Electrolyte and Adsorption are her primary areas of study. In the field of Catalysis, her study on Selectivity overlaps with subjects such as Reversible hydrogen electrode. Her studies deal with areas such as Electrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide and Redox as well as Electrochemistry.
Her Electrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Carbon dioxide, Carbon and Nanotechnology. Karen Chan interconnects Oxygen reduction, Cyclic voltammetry and Copper in the investigation of issues within Inorganic chemistry. Her research in Electrolyte intersects with topics in Reaction intermediate, Chemical physics, Platinum, Ion and Density functional theory.
Karen Chan mainly focuses on Catalysis, Electrochemistry, Selectivity, Reversible hydrogen electrode and Faraday efficiency. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Density functional theory, Polysulfide and Lithium sulfur. Her Electrochemical kinetics study in the realm of Electrochemistry connects with subjects such as Standard hydrogen electrode.
Karen Chan has researched Selectivity in several fields, including Ethanol, Acetaldehyde, Electrocatalyst, Selective reduction and Electrode potential. Her work deals with themes such as Anthraquinone process, Nanoparticle, Overpotential, Oxygen evolution and Oxygenate, which intersect with Faraday efficiency. Her Adsorption study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Electrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide, Thermodynamics, Ab initio, Implicit solvation and Tafel equation.
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Progress and Perspectives of Electrochemical CO2 Reduction on Copper in Aqueous Electrolyte
Stephanie A. Nitopi;Erlend Bertheussen;Søren Bertelsen Scott;Xinyan Liu.
Chemical Reviews (2019)
Designing an improved transition metal phosphide catalyst for hydrogen evolution using experimental and theoretical trends
Jakob Kibsgaard;Jakob Kibsgaard;Charlie Tsai;Charlie Tsai;Karen Chan;Jesse D. Benck.
Energy and Environmental Science (2015)
Electrochemical Ammonia Synthesis-The Selectivity Challenge
Aayush R. Singh;Brian A. Rohr;Jay A. Schwalbe;Matteo Cargnello.
ACS Catalysis (2017)
Transition-metal Doped Edge Sites in Vertically Aligned MoS2 Catalysts for Enhanced Hydrogen Evolution
Haotian Wang;Charlie Tsai;Charlie Tsai;Desheng Kong;Karen Chan;Karen Chan.
Nano Research (2015)
Theoretical insights into a CO dimerization mechanism in CO2 electroreduction
Joseph H. Montoya;Chuan Shi;Karen Chan;Jens K. Nørskov.
Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters (2015)
Promoter Effects of Alkali Metal Cations on the Electrochemical Reduction of Carbon Dioxide.
Joaquin Resasco;Leanne D. Chen;Ezra Clark;Ezra Clark;Charlie Tsai;Charlie Tsai.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2017)
Understanding trends in electrochemical carbon dioxide reduction rates.
Xinyan Liu;Jianping Xiao;Jianping Xiao;Hongjie Peng;Xin Hong;Xin Hong.
Nature Communications (2017)
Electrochemical Activation of CO2 through Atomic Ordering Transformations of AuCu Nanoparticles
Dohyung Kim;Chenlu Xie;Nigel Becknell;Yi Yu.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2017)
Metal ion cycling of Cu foil for selective C–C coupling in electrochemical CO2 reduction
Kun Jiang;Robert B. Sandberg;Austin J. Akey;Xinyan Liu.
Nature Catalysis (2018)
Active edge sites in MoSe2 and WSe2 catalysts for the hydrogen evolution reaction: a density functional study
Charlie Tsai;Charlie Tsai;Karen Chan;Karen Chan;Frank Abild-Pedersen;Jens K. Nørskov;Jens K. Nørskov.
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (2014)
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