Matthew Neurock
Matthew Neurock
Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, University of Minnesota
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Reactivity of the gold/water interface during selective oxidation catalysis
BN Zope, DD Hibbitts, M Neurock, RJ Davis
Science 330 (6000), 74-78, 2010
Spectroscopic Observation of Dual Catalytic Sites During Oxidation of CO on a Au/TiO2 Catalyst
IX Green, W Tang, M Neurock, JT Yates Jr
Science 333 (6043), 736-739, 2011
First principles reaction modeling of the electrochemical interface: Consideration and calculation of a tunable surface potential from atomic and electronic structure
CD Taylor, SA Wasileski, JS Filhol, M Neurock
Physical Review B 73 (16), 165402, 2006
Reactivity theory of transition-metal surfaces: a Brønsted− Evans− Polanyi linear activation energy− free-energy analysis
RA Van Santen, M Neurock, SG Shetty
Chemical reviews 110 (4), 2005-2048, 2009
Selective hydrogenolysis of polyols and cyclic ethers over bifunctional surface sites on rhodium–rhenium catalysts
M Chia, YJ Pagán-Torres, D Hibbitts, Q Tan, HN Pham, AK Datye, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 133 (32), 12675-12689, 2011
Molecular heterogeneous catalysis: a conceptual and computational approach
RA Van Santen, M Neurock
John Wiley & Sons, 2009
Chemisorption of CO and mechanism of CO oxidation on supported platinum nanoclusters
AD Allian, K Takanabe, KL Fujdala, X Hao, TJ Truex, J Cai, C Buda, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 133 (12), 4498-4517, 2011
Elucidation of the electrochemical activation of water over Pd by first principles
JS Filhol, M Neurock
Angewandte Chemie-International Edition 45 (3), 402-406, 2006
A first principles comparison of the mechanism and site requirements for the electrocatalytic oxidation of methanol and formic acid over Pt
M Neurock, M Janik, A Wieckowski
Faraday discussions 140, 363-378, 2009
Calculated phase diagrams for the electrochemical oxidation and reduction of water over Pt (111)
J Rossmeisl, JK Nørskov, CD Taylor, MJ Janik, M Neurock
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 110 (43), 21833-21839, 2006
Electronic factors governing ethylene hydrogenation and dehydrogenation activity of pseudomorphic PdML/Re (0001), PdML/Ru (0001), Pd (111), and PdML/Au (111) surfaces
V Pallassana, M Neurock
Journal of Catalysis 191 (2), 301-317, 2000
Mechanisms, models and methods of vapor deposition
HNG Wadley, X Zhou, RA Johnson, M Neurock
Progress in Materials Science 46 (3-4), 329-377, 2001
Concepts in theoretical heterogeneous catalytic reactivity
RA Van Santen, M Neurock
Catalysis Reviews 37 (4), 557-698, 1995
Scalable and safe synthetic organic electroreduction inspired by Li-ion battery chemistry
BK Peters, KX Rodriguez, SH Reisberg, SB Beil, DP Hickey, Y Kawamata, ...
Science 363 (6429), 838-845, 2019
Mechanisms of methanol decomposition on platinum: A combined experimental and ab initio approach
D Cao, GQ Lu, A Wieckowski, SA Wasileski, M Neurock
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 109 (23), 11622-11633, 2005
Consequences of Metal–Oxide Interconversion for C–H Bond Activation during CH4 Reactions on Pd Catalysts
YH Chin, C Buda, M Neurock, E Iglesia
Journal of the American Chemical Society 135 (41), 15425-15442, 2013
Hydrogenation of acetylene–ethylene mixtures over Pd and Pd–Ag alloys: First-principles-based kinetic Monte Carlo simulations
D Mei, M Neurock, CM Smith
Journal of Catalysis 268 (2), 181-195, 2009
A periodic density functional theory study of the dehydrogenation of methanol over Pt (111)
SK Desai, M Neurock, K Kourtakis
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 106 (10), 2559-2568, 2002
Electrochemically driven, Ni-catalyzed aryl amination: scope, mechanism, and applications
Y Kawamata, JC Vantourout, DP Hickey, P Bai, L Chen, Q Hou, W Qiao, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 141 (15), 6392-6402, 2019
First-principles analysis of the initial electroreduction steps of oxygen over Pt (111)
MJ Janik, CD Taylor, M Neurock
Journal of the Electrochemical Society 156 (1), B126, 2008
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