Regensburg 2019 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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O: Fachverband Oberflächenphysik

O 13: Solid-Liquid Interfaces I: Electrocatalysis and Photoelectrochemistry

Montag, 1. April 2019, 15:00–17:30, H16

15:00 O 13.1 Operando studies of well-defined Co oxide films for OER catalysis with surface X-ray diffraction — •Tim Wiegmann, Finn Reikowski, Firas Faisal, Manon Bertram, Jakub Drnec, Fouad Maroun, Jörg Libuda, and Olaf Magnussen
15:15 O 13.2 In operando surface X-ray diffraction studies of Co oxide catalysts films for electrochemical water splitting — •canrong qiu, finn reikowski, olaf magnussen, and jochim stettner
15:30 O 13.3 Overpotentials of the Oxygen Evolution Reaction on Rutile TiO2: Effect of the Solvent — •Patrick Gono, Francesco Ambrosio, and Alfredo Pasquarello
15:45 O 13.4 Modelling cost-effective RuO2 catalysts for the electrochemical oxygen evolution reaction via a core-shell approach — •Yonghyuk Lee, Daniel Opalka, Christoph Scheurer, and Karsten Reuter
16:00 O 13.5 A Kinetics-Based Computational Catalyst Design Strategy for the Oxygen Evolution Reaction on Transition Metal Oxide Surfaces — •Simeon D. Beinlich, Craig P. Plaisance, and Karsten Reuter
16:15 O 13.6 Kinetic and transport effects in the ORR on Pt/Ru(0001) model catalysts — •Albert K. Engstfeld, Klein Jens, Fuchs Stefan, Jusys Zenonas, and R.Jürgen Behm
16:30 O 13.7 The Effect of DFT Functionals on First-principles Estimates of the Free Energy Barrier of Water Deprotonation on TiO2(110) — •Ahmad Agung, Thomas Stecher, Karsten Reuter, and Harald Oberhofer
16:45 O 13.8 Hydration structures of brookite TiO2 (210) before and after UV irradiation — •Lei Yang, Eero Holmstrom, Takeshi Fukuma, and Adam Foster
17:00 O 13.9 Interfacial water reorientation after UV irradiation of TiO2 — •Shumei Sun, Saman Hosseinpour, Simon Schlegel, Mischa Bonn, and Ellen Backus
  17:15 O 13.10 The contribution has been withdrawn.
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