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Origin of enhanced water oxidation activity in an iridium single atom anchored on NiFe oxyhydroxide catalyst

Xueli Zheng, Jing Tang, Allesandro Gallo, Jose A. Garrido Torres, Xiaoyun Yu, Peter Ercius, Haiyan Mao, Emily Been, Constantine J. Athanitis, Sirine C. Fakra, Chengyu Song, Ryan Davis, Jeffrey A. Reimer, John Vinson, Michal Bajdich, Yi Cui
The efficiency of the synthesis of renewable fuels and feedstocks from electrical sources is limited, at present, by the sluggish water oxidation reaction

Coulombically-stabilized oxygen hole polarons enable fully reversible oxygen redox

Iwnetim I. Abate, Chaitanya D. Pemmaraju, Se-Young Kim, Sami Sainio, Brian Moritz, John Vinson, Michael F. Toney, Wanli Yang, William E. Gent, Thomas P. Devereaux, Linda F. Nazar, William C. Chueh
Stabilizing high-valent redox couples and exotic electronic states necessitates an understanding of the stabilization mechanism. In oxides, whether they are

Database of Ab Initio L-edge X-ray Absorption Near Edge Structure

Yiming Chen, Chi Chen, Chen Zheng, Shyam Dwaraknath, Matthew K. Horton, Jordi Cabana, John J. Rehr, John Vinson, Alan K. Dozier, Kristin A. Persson, Shyue P. Ong
The L-edge X-ray Absorption Near Edge Structure (XANES) is widely used in the characterization of transition metal compounds. Here, we report the development of

The OCEAN Project

Eric L. Shirley, John T. Vinson, Keith Gilmore
This chapter presents a high-level description of a suite of programs denoted by the acronym OCEAN (Obtaining Core Excitation spectra ab initio and with NBSE)

Operando Study of Thermal Oxidation of Monolayer MoS2

Sangwook Park, Angel Garcia-Esparza, Hadi Abroshan, Baxter Abraham, John Vinson, Allesandro Gallo, Dennis Nordlund, Joonsuk Park, Taeho R. Kim, Roberto Alonso-Mori, Dimosthenis Sokaras, Xiaolin Zheng
Monolayer MoS2 is a promising semiconductor to overcome the physical dimension limits of the microelectronic devices. Understanding the thermochemical stability
Created February 26, 2019, Updated June 15, 2021