Karen Chan
Karen Chan
Associate Professor at Technical University of Denmark
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Designing an improved transition metal phosphide catalyst for hydrogen evolution using experimental and theoretical trends
J Kibsgaard, C Tsai, K Chan, JD Benck, JK Nørskov, F Abild-Pedersen, ...
Energy & Environmental Science 8 (10), 3022-3029, 2015
4642015
Transition-metal Doped Edge Sites in Vertically Aligned MoS2 Catalysts for Enhanced Hydrogen Evolution
H Wang, C Tsai, D Kong, K Chan, F Abild-Pedersen, JK Nørskov, Y Cui
Nano Research 8 (2), 556-575, 2015
3522015
Active edge sites in MoSe 2 and WSe 2 catalysts for the hydrogen evolution reaction: a density functional study
C Tsai, K Chan, F Abild-Pedersen, JK Nørskov
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 16 (26), 13156-13164, 2014
2852014
Theoretical Insights into a CO Dimerization Mechanism in CO2 Electroreduction
J Montoya, C Shi, K Chan, J Norskov
J. Phys. Chem. Lett., 2015
2402015
Electrochemical Ammonia Synthesis The Selectivity Challenge
AR Singh, BA Rohr, JA Schwalbe, M Cargnello, K Chan, TF Jaramillo, ...
ACS Catalysis 7 (1), 706-709, 2016
2002016
Understanding trends in electrochemical carbon dioxide reduction rates
X Liu, J Xiao, H Peng, X Hong, K Chan, JK Nørskov
Nature Communications 8, 15438, 2017
1982017
Electrochemical Activation of CO2 through Atomic Ordering Transformations of AuCu Nanoparticles
D Kim, C Xie, N Becknell, Y Yu, M Karamad, K Chan, EJ Crumlin, ...
J. Am. Chem. Soc 139 (24), 8329-8336, 2017
1972017
Theoretical insights into the hydrogen evolution activity of layered transition metal dichalcogenides
C Tsai, K Chan, JK Nørskov, F Abild-Pedersen
Surface Science 640, 133-140, 2015
1772015
Promoter effects of alkali metal cations on the electrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide
J Resasco, LD Chen, E Clark, C Tsai, C Hahn, TF Jaramillo, K Chan, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2017
1622017
Metal ion cycling of Cu foil for selective C–C coupling in electrochemical CO 2 reduction
K Jiang, RB Sandberg, AJ Akey, X Liu, DC Bell, JK Nørskov, K Chan, ...
Nature Catalysis 1 (2), 111-119, 2018
1572018
Electric Field Effects in Electrochemical CO2 Reduction
LD Chen, M Urushihara, K Chan, JK Nørskov
ACS Catalysis 6 (10), 7133-7139, 2016
1522016
Molybdenum Sulfides and Selenides as Possible Electrocatalysts for CO2 Reduction
K Chan, C Tsai, HA Hansen, JK Nørskov
ChemCatChem 6 (7), 1899-1905, 2014
1492014
Progress and Perspectives of Electrochemical CO2 Reduction on Copper in Aqueous Electrolyte
S Nitopi, E Bertheussen, SB Scott, X Liu, AK Engstfeld, S Horch, B Seger, ...
Chemical reviews 119 (12), 7610-7672, 2019
1382019
Machine-Learning Methods Enable Exhaustive Searches for Active Bimetallic Facets and Reveal Active Site Motifs for CO2 Reduction
ZW Ulissi, MT Tang, J Xiao, X Liu, DA Torelli, M Karamad, K Cummins, ...
ACS Catalysis 7, 6600-6608, 2017
1202017
Electrochemical Barriers Made Simple
K Chan, JK Nørskov
Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 6, 2663–2668, 2015
1182015
Transition-metal single atoms in a graphene shell as active centers for highly efficient artificial photosynthesis
K Jiang, S Siahrostami, AJ Akey, Y Li, Z Lu, J Lattimer, Y Hu, C Stokes, ...
Chem 3 (6), 950-960, 2017
1172017
How Doped MoS2 Breaks Transition-Metal Scaling Relations for CO2 Electrochemical Reduction
X Hong, K Chan, C Tsai, JK Nørskov
ACS Catalysis 6 (7), 4428-4437, 2016
1132016
Rational design of MoS2 catalysts: tuning the structure and activity via transition metal doping
C Tsai, K Chan, JK Nørskov, F Abild-Pedersen
Catalysis Science and Technology 5, 246-253, 2014
1022014
A pore-scale model of oxygen reduction in ionomer-free catalyst layers of PEFCs
K Chan, M Eikerling
Journal of The Electrochemical Society 158 (1), B18-B28, 2011
932011
pH in atomic scale simulations of electrochemical interfaces
J Rossmeisl, K Chan, R Ahmed, V Tripković, ME Björketun
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 15 (25), 10321-10325, 2013
832013
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