Catalysis, Density functional theory, Inorganic chemistry, Heterogeneous catalysis and Activation energy are his primary areas of study. His Catalysis study incorporates themes from Hydrogen, Nanoparticle, Metal and Adsorption. His Hydrogen research includes elements of Chemisorption, Dissociation, Transition metal and Thermodynamics.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Chemical physics, Electrochemistry, Sabatier principle and Physical chemistry in addition to Density functional theory. He connects Inorganic chemistry with Proton in his study. His research investigates the connection with Heterogeneous catalysis and areas like Carbon monoxide which intersect with concerns in Nanostructure, Redox, Inert, Photochemistry and Nickel.
His primary areas of investigation include Catalysis, Density functional theory, Inorganic chemistry, Heterogeneous catalysis and Transition metal. The Catalysis study combines topics in areas such as Hydrogen, Chemical engineering and Adsorption. His work deals with themes such as Chemical physics, Thermodynamics and Physical chemistry, which intersect with Density functional theory.
His Inorganic chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Oxide, Platinum, Electrolyte, Metal and Electrochemistry. His study in Heterogeneous catalysis is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Dehydrogenation, Photochemistry, Carbon monoxide, Deacon process and Selectivity. His Transition metal research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Molecular physics, Elementary reaction and Dissociation.
His primary areas of study are Catalysis, Artificial intelligence, Machine learning, Adsorption and Heterogeneous catalysis. As part of his studies on Catalysis, Thomas Bligaard frequently links adjacent subjects like Benzene. He combines subjects such as Chemical physics, Stoichiometry, Hydrogen and Transition metal with his study of Adsorption.
Thomas Bligaard has researched Heterogeneous catalysis in several fields, including Theoretical computer science and Dehydrogenation. His study brings together the fields of Density functional theory and Theoretical computer science. Thomas Bligaard undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Density functional theory and X-ray crystallography in his work.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Heterogeneous catalysis, Density functional theory, Energy, Catalysis and Theoretical computer science. His Heterogeneous catalysis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Steady state, Photochemistry, Molecule and Adsorption. His Density functional theory study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Classifier, Reaction step and Reaction mechanism.
His research integrates issues of Statistical physics and Surrogate model in his study of Classifier. His Catalysis study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Hydrogen. Transition metal is closely connected to Stoichiometry in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Chemisorption.
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Origin of the Overpotential for Oxygen Reduction at a Fuel-Cell Cathode
J. K. Nørskov;J. Rossmeisl;and A. Logadottir;L. Lindqvist.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2004)
Towards the computational design of solid catalysts
Jens Kehlet Nørskov;Thomas Bligaard;Jan Rossmeisl;Claus Hviid Christensen.
Nature Chemistry (2009)
Trends in the exchange current for hydrogen evolution
Jens Kehlet Nørskov;Thomas Bligaard;Ashildur Logadottir;J.R. Kitchin.
Journal of The Electrochemical Society (2005)
On the origin of the catalytic activity of gold nanoparticles for low-temperature CO oxidation
N Lopez;T.V.W Janssens;B.S Clausen;Y Xu.
Journal of Catalysis (2004)
The Brønsted–Evans–Polanyi relation and the volcano curve in heterogeneous catalysis
T. Bligaard;J.K. Nørskov;S. Dahl;J. Matthiesen.
Journal of Catalysis (2004)
Universality in Heterogeneous Catalysis
J.K. Nørskov;T. Bligaard;A. Logadottir;S. Bahn.
Journal of Catalysis (2002)
Density functional theory in surface chemistry and catalysis.
Jens Kehlet Nørskov;Jens Kehlet Nørskov;Jens Kehlet Nørskov;Frank Abild-Pedersen;Frank Abild-Pedersen;Felix Studt;Felix Studt;Thomas Bligaard.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2011)
Scaling properties of adsorption energies for hydrogen-containing molecules on transition-metal surfaces.
F. Abild-Pedersen;J. Greeley;F. Studt;J. Rossmeisl.
Physical Review Letters (2007)
Identification of non-precious metal alloy catalysts for selective hydrogenation of acetylene
Felix Studt;Frank Abild-Pedersen;Thomas Bligaard;Rasmus Zink Sørensen.
Modeling the Electrochemical Hydrogen Oxidation and Evolution Reactions on the Basis of Density Functional Theory Calculations
Egill Skulason;Vladimir Tripkovic;Mårten Björketun;Sigridur Gudmundsdottir.
Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2010)
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