Sung Jong Yoo mostly deals with Catalysis, Inorganic chemistry, Chemical engineering, Nanoparticle and Electrochemistry. Sung Jong Yoo has included themes like Alloy, Oxygen evolution and Nanotechnology in his Catalysis study. His research in Inorganic chemistry intersects with topics in Electrocatalyst, Nickel, Adsorption, Hydrogen production and Electrode.
His Chemical engineering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Thin film, Raman spectroscopy, Transition metal and Polymer. The concepts of his Nanoparticle study are interwoven with issues in Carbon, Density functional theory and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. The Electrochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Platinum and Palladium.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Chemical engineering, Catalysis, Inorganic chemistry, Electrochemistry and Electrolyte. His study in Chemical engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Layer, Electrode and Transition metal. His research integrates issues of Nanoparticle, Carbon, Oxygen reduction reaction and Electrocatalyst in his study of Catalysis.
His Inorganic chemistry research includes elements of Adsorption, Phosphoric acid, Oxygen, Electrolysis of water and Oxygen evolution. His Electrochemistry study incorporates themes from Ion, Hydrogen and Nanomaterial-based catalyst. His study looks at the relationship between Electrolyte and fields such as Polymer, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His main research concerns Chemical engineering, Catalysis, Electrocatalyst, Electrochemistry and Carbon. His work carried out in the field of Chemical engineering brings together such families of science as Electrolyte, Electrode and Polymer. Sung Jong Yoo studied Electrolyte and Layer that intersect with Conductivity.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Fuel cells, Redox and Metal in addition to Catalysis. His Electrocatalyst study combines topics in areas such as Single displacement reaction, Galvanic cell, Transmission electron microscopy and Intermetallic. His Electrochemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Hydrogen, Carbonization, Redox cycle and Catalyst degradation.
Sung Jong Yoo mainly investigates Chemical engineering, Catalysis, Electrochemistry, Carbon and Electrocatalyst. He is involved in the study of Chemical engineering that focuses on Proton exchange membrane fuel cell in particular. His Catalysis study frequently links to related topics such as Redox.
Sung Jong Yoo combines subjects such as Redox cycle and Nitrogen with his study of Electrochemistry. His work focuses on many connections between Carbon and other disciplines, such as Pyrolysis, that overlap with his field of interest in Crystallinity, Nanofiber, Carbon nanofiber and Ball mill. His Electrocatalyst research incorporates elements of Nanoparticle, Oxygen reduction reaction and Intermetallic.
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In Situ Transformation of Hydrogen-Evolving CoP Nanoparticles: Toward Efficient Oxygen Evolution Catalysts Bearing Dispersed Morphologies with Co-oxo/hydroxo Molecular Units
Jaeyune Ryu;Namgee Jung;Jong Hyun Jang;Hyoung-Juhn Kim.
ACS Catalysis (2015)
Highly Durable and Active PtFe Nanocatalyst for Electrochemical Oxygen Reduction Reaction.
Dong Young Chung;Samuel Woojoo Jun;Gabin Yoon;Soon Gu Kwon.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2015)
A Snowman‐like Array of Colloidal Dimers for Antireflecting Surfaces
Hye Young Koo;Dong Kee Yi;Sung Jong Yoo;Dong-Yu Kim.
Advanced Materials (2004)
Edge-exposed MoS2 nano-assembled structures as efficient electrocatalysts for hydrogen evolution reaction
Dong Young Chung;Seung Keun Park;Young Hoon Chung;Seung Ho Yu.
Pt-based nanoarchitecture and catalyst design for fuel cell applications
Namgee Jung;Dong Young Chung;Jaeyune Ryu;Sung Jong Yoo.
Nano Today (2014)
Role of electronic perturbation in stability and activity of Pt-based alloy nanocatalysts for oxygen reduction.
Seung Jun Hwang;Soo-Kil Kim;June-Gunn Lee;Seung-Cheol Lee.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2012)
Electrodeposited Ni dendrites with high activity and durability for hydrogen evolution reaction in alkaline water electrolysis
Sang Hyun Ahn;Sang Hyun Ahn;Seung Jun Hwang;Sung Jong Yoo;Insoo Choi.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2012)
Structure dependent active sites of NixSy as electrocatalysts for hydrogen evolution reaction
Dong Young Chung;Joung Woo Han;Dong-Hee Lim;Jun-Ho Jo.
Development of electrodeposited IrO2 electrodes as anodes in polymer electrolyte membrane water electrolysis
Byung Seok Lee;Byung Seok Lee;Sang Hyun Ahn;Hee Young Park;Insoo Choi.
Applied Catalysis B-environmental (2015)
Effect of morphology of electrodeposited Ni catalysts on the behavior of bubbles generated during the oxygen evolution reaction in alkaline water electrolysis
Sang Hyun Ahn;Insoo Choi;Hee Young Park;Seung Jun Hwang.
Chemical Communications (2013)
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