Comparative kinetic studies of a series of new ruthenium complexes provide a platform for understanding how strong trans effect ligands and redox-active ligands work together to enable rapid electrochemical CO2 reduction at moderate overpotential. After synthesizing isomeric pairs of ruthenium … Continued
Congratulations to Eric Assaf, 3rd year graduate student in the Miller group and member of the AMPED EFRC Catalysis Team, who has been accepted to the editorial board of the DOE EFRC quarterly newsletter Frontiers in Energy Research. This newsletter … Continued
The AMPED EFRC just achieved 3 major milestones in publications: 300th paper – complete list here h-Index of 62 More than 17,000 citations Major congratulations to all current and former Center members on your very impressive scientific accomplishments.
Congratulations to Chiung-Wei Huang, 4th year graduate student in the Atkin group and member of the AMPED EFRC Photoanode and Photocathode Teams, who has been accepted to the editorial board of the DOE EFRC quarterly newsletter Frontiers in Energy Research. … Continued
The Alliance for Molecular PhotoElectrode Design for Solar Fuels (AMPED) has been awarded an additional two years of support from the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science, Office of Basic Energy Sciences. The focus for 2018-2020 will be on … Continued