2014 - Faraday Lectureship Prize, Royal Society of Chemistry (UK)
His study connects Oxide and Organic chemistry. He merges Catalysis with Zeolite in his research. In his articles, Michel Che combines various disciplines, including Zeolite and Catalysis. Many of his studies on Inorganic chemistry involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Molybdenum. His Molybdenum study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Inorganic chemistry. Michel Che regularly links together related areas like Characterization (materials science) in his Nanotechnology studies. His Characterization (materials science) study frequently involves adjacent topics like Nanotechnology. In his works, he performs multidisciplinary study on Chemical engineering and Physical chemistry. Michel Che performs multidisciplinary studies into Physical chemistry and Chemical engineering in his work.
A significant part of his Catalysis research incorporates Zeolite and Photocatalysis studies. Organic chemistry is frequently linked to Metal in his study. Michel Che performs multidisciplinary studies into Inorganic chemistry and Ion in his work. He conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Ion and Inorganic chemistry through his research. He brings together Quantum mechanics and Spectroscopy to produce work in his papers. Michel Che brings together Spectroscopy and Quantum mechanics to produce work in his papers. He regularly links together related areas like Adsorption in his Physical chemistry studies. His Adsorption study frequently links to related topics such as Physical chemistry. In his articles, he combines various disciplines, including Photochemistry and Catalysis.
Many of his studies on Metallurgy involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Molybdenum, Fluorine and Yield (engineering). His work in Fluorine is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Metallurgy. He connects relevant research areas such as Yield (engineering), Composite number and Porosity in the realm of Composite material. Composite number is closely attributed to Composite material in his study. He undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Organic chemistry and Combinatorial chemistry in his work. Michel Che merges many fields, such as Combinatorial chemistry and Organic chemistry, in his writings. He integrates Catalysis with Formic acid in his study. He integrates Formic acid and Hydrogen in his research. In his works, Michel Che conducts interdisciplinary research on Hydrogen and Molybdenum.
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Generation of superoxide ions at oxide surfaces
Masakazu Anpo;Michel Che;Bice Fubini;Edoardo Garrone.
Topics in Catalysis (1999)
Photoluminescence and photocatalytic activity of highly dispersed titanium oxide anchored onto porous Vycor glass
M. Anpo;N. Aikawa;Y. Kubokawa;M. Che.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1985)
PHOTOCATALYTIC DECOMPOSITION OF NO AT 275 K ON TITANIUM OXIDES INCLUDED WITHIN Y-ZEOLITE CAVITIES : THE STRUCTURE AND ROLE OF THE ACTIVE SITES
Hiromi Yamashita;and Yuichi Ichihashi;Masakazu Anpo;Mitsuo Hashimoto.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1996)
In-Situ XAFS, Photoluminescence, and IR Investigations of Copper Ions Included within Various Kinds of Zeolites. Structure of Cu(I) Ions and Their Interaction with CO Molecules
Hiromi Yamashita;Masaya Matsuoka;Kouji Tsuji;and Yasushi Shioya.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1996)
Characterization of the Ni(II) Phase Formed on Silica Upon Deposition−Precipitation
Paolo Burattin;Michel Che;Catherine Louis.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (1997)
Characterization of Titanium−Silicon Binary Oxide Catalysts Prepared by the Sol−Gel Method and Their Photocatalytic Reactivity for the Liquid-Phase Oxidation of 1-Octanol
Hiromi Yamashita;Shinichi Kawasaki;Yuichi Ichihashi;Masaru Harada.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (1998)
PREPARATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE CU+/ZSM-5 CATALYST AND ITS REACTION WITH NO UNDER UV IRRADIATION AT 275 K. IN SITU PHOTOLUMINESCENCE, EPR, AND FT-IR INVESTIGATIONS
M. Anpo;M. Matsuoka;Y. Shioya;H. Yamashita.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1994)
Photocatalysis on native and platinum-loaded TiO2 and ZnO catalysts. Origin of different reactivities on wet and dry metal oxides.
Masakazu Anpo;Katsuichi Chiba;Masanori Tomonari;Salvatore Coluccia.
Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan (1991)
Applications of Photoluminescence Techniques to the Characterization of Solid Surfaces in Relation to Adsorption, Catalysis, and Photocatalysis
Masakazu Anpo;Michel Che.
Advances in Catalysis (1999)
Identification of oxygen species adsorbed on reduced titanium dioxide
C. Naccache;P. Meriaudeau;M. Che;A. J. Tench.
Transactions of The Faraday Society (1971)
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