Vincent Artero conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Catalysis and Active site through his research. His Organic chemistry study often links to related topics such as Diimine. Inorganic chemistry and Hydrogen are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary work. His work blends Hydrogen and Inorganic chemistry studies together. Vincent Artero merges Physical chemistry with Chemical engineering in his study. Vincent Artero combines Chemical engineering and Physical chemistry in his studies. He undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Electrode and Electrolysis in his work. Electrolysis and Electrolyte are two areas of study in which Vincent Artero engages in interdisciplinary research. Vincent Artero carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Electrolyte and Electrode.
Many of his studies on Organic chemistry apply to Metal as well. In his papers, Vincent Artero integrates diverse fields, such as Catalysis and Ruthenium. Inorganic chemistry is often connected to Cobalt in his work. Vincent Artero combines topics linked to Inorganic chemistry with his work on Cobalt. In his research, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Physical chemistry and Chemical engineering. Vincent Artero combines Chemical engineering and Physical chemistry in his research. He performs integrative study on Electrode and Electrocatalyst in his works. In his works, Vincent Artero performs multidisciplinary study on Electrocatalyst and Electrode. He integrates many fields, such as Electrochemistry and Electrolyte, in his works.
In the field of Overpotential, Cyclic voltammetry and Electrocatalyst Vincent Artero studies Electrochemistry. His Cyclic voltammetry study frequently links to related topics such as Physical chemistry. Physical chemistry and Anode are commonly linked in his work. Anode and Electrode are two areas of study in which Vincent Artero engages in interdisciplinary research. In his works, Vincent Artero performs multidisciplinary study on Electrode and Overpotential. His research links Bimetallic strip with Catalysis. In his papers, he integrates diverse fields, such as Organic chemistry and Medicinal chemistry. His Quantum mechanics study typically links adjacent topics like Proton. His Proton study frequently links to related topics such as Quantum mechanics.
His research investigates the connection with Reduction (mathematics) and areas like Geometry which intersect with concerns in Product (mathematics). His Product (mathematics) study often links to related topics such as Geometry. His Bimetallic strip research extends to the thematically linked field of Catalysis. His work in Inorganic chemistry is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Molybdenum. His research links Inorganic chemistry with Molybdenum. Vincent Artero undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Organic chemistry and Combinatorial chemistry through his works. In his works, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Combinatorial chemistry and Organic chemistry. Vincent Artero integrates Nanotechnology with Graphene in his study. He performs multidisciplinary study on Graphene and Nanotechnology in his works.
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Splitting water with cobalt.
Vincent Artero;Murielle Chavarot-Kerlidou;Marc Fontecave;Marc Fontecave.
Angewandte Chemie (2011)
From hydrogenases to noble metal-free catalytic nanomaterials for H2 production and uptake.
Alan Le Goff;Vincent Artero;Bruno Jousselme;Phong Dinh Tran.
A Janus cobalt-based catalytic material for electro-splitting of water
Saioa Cobo;Jonathan Heidkamp;Pierre-André Jacques;Jennifer Fize.
Nature Materials (2012)
Biomimetic assembly and activation of [FeFe]-hydrogenases
Gustav Berggren;Gustav Berggren;Gustav Berggren;A. Adamska;C. Lambertz;T. R. Simmons.
Cobaloxime‐Based Photocatalytic Devices for Hydrogen Production
Aziz Fihri;Vincent Artero;Mathieu Razavet;Carole Baffert.
Angewandte Chemie (2008)
Solar fuels generation and molecular systems: is it homogeneous or heterogeneous catalysis?
Vincent Artero;Marc Fontecave.
Chemical Society Reviews (2013)
Coordination polymer structure and revisited hydrogen evolution catalytic mechanism for amorphous molybdenum sulfide
Phong D. Tran;Phong D. Tran;Thu V. Tran;Maylis Orio;Stephane Torelli.
Nature Materials (2016)
Proton electroreduction catalyzed by cobaloximes: functional models for hydrogenases.
Mathieu Razavet;Vincent Artero;Marc Fontecave.
Inorganic Chemistry (2005)
Mimicking hydrogenases: From biomimetics to artificial enzymes
Trevor R. Simmons;Gustav Berggren;Gustav Berggren;Marine Bacchi;Marc Fontecave;Marc Fontecave.
Coordination Chemistry Reviews (2014)
Cobalt and nickel diimine-dioxime complexes as molecular electrocatalysts for hydrogen evolution with low overvoltages
Pierre-André Jacques;Vincent Artero;Jacques Pécaut;Marc Fontecave.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2009)
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