Charles T. Campbell

1989- Physics University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
Nanoscience, Environmental Catalysis, Physical, and Bioanalytical Chemistry
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J. Mike White grad student 1979 UT Austin
 (The adsorption, desorption and reactions of carbon monoxide, oxygen and nitric oxide on polycrystalline rhodium surfaces)
Gerhard Ertl post-doc 1979-1981 Universität München
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Zhang W, Uppuluri R, Mallouk TE, et al. (2020) Silver Adsorption on Calcium Niobate(001) Nanosheets: Calorimetric Energies Explain Sinter-Resistant Support. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Mao Z, Lustemberg PG, Rumptz JR, et al. (2020) Ni Nanoparticles on CeO2(111): Energetics, Electron Transfer, and Structure by Ni Adsorption Calorimetry, Spectroscopies, and Density Functional Theory Acs Catalysis. 10: 5101-5114
Mao Z, Zhao W, Al-Mualem ZA, et al. (2020) Energetics and Structure of Ni Atoms and Nanoparticles on MgO(100) Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 124: 14685-14695
Klein BP, Harman SE, Ruppenthal L, et al. (2020) Enhanced Bonding of Pentagon–Heptagon Defects in Graphene to Metal Surfaces: Insights from the Adsorption of Azulene and Naphthalene to Pt(111) Chemistry of Materials. 32: 1041-1053
Singh N, Sanyal U, Ruehl G, et al. (2020) Aqueous phase catalytic and electrocatalytic hydrogenation of phenol and benzaldehyde over platinum group metals Journal of Catalysis. 382: 372-384
Mao Z, Campbell CT. (2020) The degree of rate control of catalyst-bound intermediates in catalytic reaction mechanisms: Relationship to site coverage Journal of Catalysis. 381: 53-62
Campbell CT. (2019) Energies of Adsorbed Catalytic Intermediates on Transition Metal Surfaces: Calorimetric Measurements and Benchmarks for Theory. Accounts of Chemical Research
Zhou L, Kandratsenka A, Campbell CT, et al. (2019) Origin of Thermal and Hyperthermal CO2 from CO Oxidation on Platinum Surfaces: The Role of Post-Transition-State Dynamics, Active Sites, and Chemisorbed CO2. Angewandte Chemie (International Ed. in English)
Rumptz JR, Campbell CT. (2019) Adhesion Energies of Solvent Films to Pt(111) and Ni(111) Surfaces by Adsorption Calorimetry Acs Catalysis. 9: 11819-11825
Singh N, Campbell CT. (2019) A Simple Bond-Additivity Model Explains Large Decreases in Heats of Adsorption in Solvents Versus Gas Phase: A Case Study with Phenol on Pt(111) in Water Acs Catalysis. 9: 8116-8127
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