Roger Rousseau focuses on Catalysis, Inorganic chemistry, Density functional theory, Chemical physics and Molecular dynamics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Alcohol, Hydrogen and Adsorption in addition to Catalysis. His Inorganic chemistry research includes themes of Oxide, Mixed oxide, Metal, Propanol and Syngas.
His Density functional theory research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Crystallography, Monolayer, Self-assembled monolayer, Cluster and Redox. Roger Rousseau has included themes like Electron, Reactivity, Rutile and Ab initio in his Chemical physics study. His Molecular dynamics research incorporates themes from Molecule, Chemical bond, Proton transport and Physical chemistry.
Roger Rousseau spends much of his time researching Catalysis, Inorganic chemistry, Chemical physics, Density functional theory and Molecule. His research investigates the connection with Catalysis and areas like Oxide which intersect with concerns in Chemical engineering. The various areas that Roger Rousseau examines in his Inorganic chemistry study include Hydrogen, Syngas, Protonation, Coordination sphere and Transition metal.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ab initio quantum chemistry methods, Molecular dynamics, Reactivity, Atomic physics and Electron. Roger Rousseau combines subjects such as Crystallography, Scanning tunneling microscope, Molecular physics, Dissociation and Redox with his study of Density functional theory. His research integrates issues of Chemical bond, Viscosity and Crystal structure in his study of Molecule.
Roger Rousseau mostly deals with Catalysis, Chemical engineering, Adsorption, Inorganic chemistry and Chemical physics. His studies deal with areas such as Photochemistry, Metal, Hydrogen and Hydronium as well as Catalysis. His Adsorption study incorporates themes from Solvent models, Oxide, Work and Ab initio.
His work deals with themes such as Aqueous two-phase system, Platinum and Hydrogen adsorption, which intersect with Inorganic chemistry. His work carried out in the field of Chemical physics brings together such families of science as Solvent, Molecular dynamics, Phase, Reactivity and Aqueous solution. His Redox study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Desorption, Dopant and Density functional theory.
Catalysis, Hydronium, Selectivity, Hydrogen and Inorganic chemistry are his primary areas of study. His study in Catalysis is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Photochemistry and Metal. His work in Hydronium tackles topics such as Platinum which are related to areas like Physical chemistry, Hydrogen adsorption, Aqueous two-phase system and Activation energy.
He interconnects Electrocatalyst, Electrochemistry and Chemical engineering in the investigation of issues within Selectivity. His study explores the link between Heterogeneous catalysis and topics such as Reactivity that cross with problems in Chemical physics, Diffusion, Spectroscopy, Molecular dynamics and Mass transfer. Molecule covers Roger Rousseau research in Hydrogen bond.
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Dynamic formation of single-atom catalytic active sites on ceria-supported gold nanoparticles
Yanggang Wang;Donghai Mei;Vassiliki Alexandra Glezakou;Jun Li.
Nature Communications (2015)
X-ray Diffraction and Computation Yield the Structure of Alkanethiols on Gold(111)
A. Cossaro;R. Mazzarello;R. Rousseau;L. Casalis.
Thermally-driven processes on rutile TiO2(1 1 0)-(1 × 1): A direct view at the atomic scale
Zdenek Dohnalek;Igor Lyubinetsky;Roger J. Rousseau.
Progress in Surface Science (2010)
Structure of a CH3S monolayer on Au(111) solved by the interplay between molecular dynamics calculations and diffraction measurements.
Riccardo Mazzarello;Riccardo Mazzarello;Albano Cossaro;Alberto Verdini;R Rousseau.
Physical Review Letters (2007)
The role of reducible oxide-metal cluster charge transfer in catalytic processes: new insights on the catalytic mechanism of CO oxidation on Au/TiO2 from ab initio molecular dynamics.
Yanggang Wang;Yeohoon Yoon;Vassiliki Alexandra Glezakou;Jun Li;Jun Li.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2013)
Metal Work-Function Changes Induced by Organic Adsorbates: A Combined Experimental and Theoretical Study
V. De Renzi;R. Rousseau;D. Marchetto;R. Biagi.
Physical Review Letters (2005)
Distribution of Ti3+ Surface Sites in Reduced TiO2
N. Aaron Deskins;Roger Rousseau;Michel Dupuis.
Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2011)
Pulling monatomic gold wires with single molecules: an Ab initio simulation.
Daniel Krüger;Harald Fuchs;Roger Rousseau;Dominik Marx.
Physical Review Letters (2002)
Defining the Role of Excess Electrons in the Surface Chemistry of TiO2
N. Aaron Deskins;Roger J. Rousseau;Michel Dupuis.
Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2010)
Water-Lean Solvents for Post-Combustion CO2 Capture: Fundamentals, Uncertainties, Opportunities, and Outlook
David J. Heldebrant;Phillip K. Koech;Vassiliki Alexandra Glezakou;Roger Rousseau.
Chemical Reviews (2017)
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