Electrocatalysis: CO2 reduction

Tuesday, June 4, 2013: 9:40 AM-12:00 PM
Jones (Galt House Hotel)
Michael Janik, Pennsylvania State University, USA and Aravind Asthagiri, The Ohio State University, USA.
9:40 AM
DFT Studies of CO2 Electroreduction on Pure Elements and Alloys
Heine A. Hansen1,2, Andrew A. Peterson1,2,3 and Jens K. NÝrskov1,2, (1)Stanford University, USA, (2)SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, USA, (3)Brown University, USA.
10:00 AM
Mechanisms of Carbon-Carbon Coupling in CO2 Electroreduction on Cu(211)
Joseph Montoya1, Andrew A. Peterson2 and Jens K. NÝrskov1, (1)Stanford University, USA, (2)Brown University, USA.
10:20 AM
Electrocatalytic Conversion of Carbon Dioxide to Fuels and Chemicals on Transition Metal Electrodes
Thomas F. Jaramillo, Kendra Kuhl, Etosha Cave, David Abram and Toru Hatsukade, Stanford University, USA.
10:40 AM
Electrochemical Reduction of CO2 on Gold Surfaces
Etosha Cave, Kendra Kuhl, David Abram, Toru Hatsukade and Thomas F. Jaramillo, Stanford University, USA.
11:00 AM
Not Noble Metals/CNF as Electrocatalysts for CO2 Gaseous Stream Conversion to Liquid Fuels
Chiara Genovese1, Claudio Ampelli1, Siglinda Perathoner1, Gabriele Centi1, Hiroaki Takahashi2 and Masaya Ibe2, (1)University of Messina, Italy, (2)Toyota Motor Europe, Belgium.
11:20 AM
DFT Studies of Kinetic Barriers of CO2 Reduction on Cu Electrodes
Xiaowa Nie1, Wenjia Luo1, Aravind Asthagiri1 and Michael Janik2, (1)The Ohio State University, USA, (2)Pennsylvania State University, USA.
11:40 AM
Electrochemical Reduction of Carbon Dioxide to Chemicals and Fuels
Narayanappa Sivasankar1, Emily Cole1, Jerry Kaczur1, Rishi Parajuli1, Kate Keets1, Paul Majsztrik1, Theodore Kramer1, George Leonard1, Prasad Lakkaraju2, Andrew Bocarsly3 and Kyle Teamey1, (1)Liquid Light, Inc., USA, (2)Georgian Court University, USA, (3)Princeton University, USA.