Kenneth J. Klabunde

Affiliations: 
Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, United States 
Area:
Inorganic Chemistry, Microbiology Biology
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Rankin JM, Baker S, Klabunde KJ. (2014) Mesoporous aerogel titanium oxide-silicon oxide combinations as adsorbents for an azo-dye Microporous and Mesoporous Materials. 190: 105-108
Arora N, Jagirdar BR, Klabunde KJ. (2014) Digestive ripening facilitated atomic diffusion at nanosize regime: Case of AuIn2 and Ag3In intermetallic nanoparticles Journal of Alloys and Compounds. 610: 35-44
Shrestha KM, Sorensen CM, Klabunde KJ. (2013) MgO-TiO2 mixed oxide nanoparticles: Comparison of flame synthesis versus aerogel method; Characterization, and photocatalytic activities Journal of Materials Research. 28: 431-439
Peiris Weerasinghe MN, Klabunde KJ. (2013) Chromium oxide loaded silica aerogels: Novel visible light photocatalytic materials for environmental remediation Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology a: Chemistry. 254: 62-70
Klabunde KJ, Weerasinghe MN. (2013) Photocatalysts for Elimination of Toxins on Surfaces and in Air Using UV and Visible Light New and Future Developments in Catalysis: Catalysis For Remediation and Environmental Concerns. 1-17
Klabunde KJ, Sergeev GB. (2013) Nanochemistry: Second Edition Nanochemistry: Second Edition. 1-359
Jose D, Matthiesen JE, Parsons C, et al. (2012) Size Focusing of Nanoparticles by Thermodynamic Control through Ligand Interactions. Molecular Clusters Compared with Nanoparticles of Metals. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. 3: 885-90
Kuo Y, Klabunde KJ. (2012) Hydrogen generation from water/methanol under visible light using aerogel prepared strontium titanate (SrTiO3) nanomaterials doped with ruthenium and rhodium metals. Nanotechnology. 23: 294001
Matthiesen JE, Jose D, Sorensen CM, et al. (2012) Loss of hydrogen upon exposure of thiol to gold clusters at low temperature. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 134: 9376-9
Lohman BC, Powell JA, Cingarapu S, et al. (2012) Solubility of gold nanoparticles as a function of ligand shell and alkane solvent. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics : Pccp. 14: 6509-13
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