Robert Schlögl

Inorganic Chemistry Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society 
"Robert Schlögl"

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Haase FT, Rabe A, Schmidt FP, et al. (2022) Role of Nanoscale Inhomogeneities in CoFeO Catalysts during the Oxygen Evolution Reaction. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Papakonstantinou G, Spanos I, Dam AP, et al. (2022) Electrochemical evaluation of the de-/re-activation of oxygen evolving Ir oxide. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics : Pccp. 24: 14579-14591
Thum L, Riedel W, Milojevic N, et al. (2022) Transition-Metal-Doping of CaO as Catalyst for the OCM Reaction, a Reality Check. Frontiers in Chemistry. 10: 768426
Foppa L, Ghiringhelli LM, Girgsdies F, et al. (2021) Materials genes of heterogeneous catalysis from clean experiments and artificial intelligence. Mrs Bulletin. 46: 1016-1026
Koch G, Hävecker M, Kube P, et al. (2021) The Influence of the Chemical Potential on Defects and Function of Perovskites in Catalysis. Frontiers in Chemistry. 9: 746229
Velasco-Vélez JJ, Carbonio EA, Chuang CH, et al. (2021) Surface Electron-Hole Rich Species Active in the Electrocatalytic Water Oxidation. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Hartwig C, Schweinar K, Nicholls R, et al. (2021) Surface composition of AgPd single-atom alloy catalyst in an oxidative environment. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 154: 174708
Huang X, Jones T, Fedorov A, et al. (2021) Phase Coexistence and Structural Dynamics of Redox Metal Catalysts Revealed by Operando TEM. Advanced Materials (Deerfield Beach, Fla.). e2101772
Chee SW, Lunkenbein T, Schlögl R, et al. (2021) In situ and operando electron microscopy in heterogeneous catalysis-insights into multi-scale chemical dynamics. Journal of Physics. Condensed Matter : An Institute of Physics Journal. 33: 153001
Nong HN, Falling LJ, Bergmann A, et al. (2021) Publisher Correction: Key role of chemistry versus bias in electrocatalytic oxygen evolution. Nature
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