Christophe Coperet
Christophe Coperet
Professor of Chemistry, ETH Zürich
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Homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis: bridging the gap through surface organometallic chemistry
C Copéret, M Chabanas, R Petroff Saint‐Arroman, JM Basset
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 42 (2), 156-181, 2003
Cyclic carbopalladation. A versatile synthetic methodology for the construction of cyclic organic compounds
E Negishi, C Copéret, S Ma, SY Liou, F Liu
Chemical reviews 96 (1), 365-394, 1996
Surface organometallic and coordination chemistry toward single-site heterogeneous catalysts: strategies, methods, structures, and activities
C Coperet, A Comas-Vives, MP Conley, DP Estes, A Fedorov, V Mougel, ...
Chemical reviews 116 (2), 323-421, 2016
Dynamic nuclear polarization surface enhanced NMR spectroscopy
AJ Rossini, A Zagdoun, M Lelli, A Lesage, C Coperet, L Emsley
Accounts of chemical research 46 (9), 1942-1951, 2013
Surface enhanced NMR spectroscopy by dynamic nuclear polarization
A Lesage, M Lelli, D Gajan, MA Caporini, V Vitzthum, P Miéville, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 132 (44), 15459-15461, 2010
CO2‐to‐Methanol Hydrogenation on Zirconia‐Supported Copper Nanoparticles: Reaction Intermediates and the Role of the Metal–Support Interface
K Larmier, WC Liao, S Tada, E Lam, R Verel, A Bansode, A Urakawa, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 56 (9), 2318-2323, 2017
C− H bond activation and organometallic intermediates on isolated metal centers on oxide surfaces
C Coperet
Chemical reviews 110 (2), 656-680, 2010
Large molecular weight nitroxide biradicals providing efficient dynamic nuclear polarization at temperatures up to 200 K
A Zagdoun, G Casano, O Ouari, M Schwarzwälder, AJ Rossini, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 135 (34), 12790-12797, 2013
Iridium oxide for the oxygen evolution reaction: correlation between particle size, morphology, and the surface hydroxo layer from operando XAS
DF Abbott, D Lebedev, K Waltar, M Povia, M Nachtegaal, E Fabbri, ...
Chemistry of Materials 28 (18), 6591-6604, 2016
Cooperativity and dynamics increase the performance of NiFe dry reforming catalysts
SM Kim, PM Abdala, T Margossian, D Hosseini, L Foppa, A Armutlulu, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 139 (5), 1937-1949, 2017
γ-Alumina: the essential and unexpected role of water for the structure, stability, and reactivity of “defect” sites
R Wischert, P Laurent, C Copéret, F Delbecq, P Sautet
Journal of the American Chemical Society 134 (35), 14430-14449, 2012
IrO2-TiO2: A High-Surface-Area, Active, and Stable Electrocatalyst for the Oxygen Evolution Reaction
E Oakton, D Lebedev, M Povia, DF Abbott, E Fabbri, A Fedorov, ...
Acs Catalysis 7 (4), 2346-2352, 2017
Fast characterization of functionalized silica materials by silicon-29 surface-enhanced NMR spectroscopy using dynamic nuclear polarization
M Lelli, D Gajan, A Lesage, MA Caporini, V Vitzthum, P Miéville, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 133 (7), 2104-2107, 2011
Metathesis of alkanes and related reactions
JM Basset, C Coperet, D Soulivong, M Taoufik, JT Cazat
Accounts of chemical research 43 (2), 323-334, 2010
Dynamic nuclear polarization NMR spectroscopy of microcrystalline solids
AJ Rossini, A Zagdoun, F Hegner, M Schwarzwalder, D Gajan, C Copéret, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 134 (40), 16899-16908, 2012
Understanding d0-Olefin Metathesis Catalysts:  Which Metal, Which Ligands?
A Poater, X Solans-Monfort, E Clot, C Coperet, O Eisenstein
Journal of the American Chemical Society 129 (26), 8207-8216, 2007
Particle size effect in the low temperature reforming of methane by carbon dioxide on silica-supported Ni nanoparticles
D Baudouin, U Rodemerck, F Krumeich, A De Mallmann, KC Szeto, ...
Journal of catalysis 297, 27-34, 2013
Strategies to Immobilize Well‐Defined Olefin Metathesis Catalysts: Supported Homogeneous Catalysis vs. Surface Organometallic Chemistry
C Copéret, JM Basset
Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis 349 (1‐2), 78-92, 2007
Optimal Water Coverage on Alumina: A Key to Generate Lewis Acid–Base Pairs that are Reactive Towards the C H Bond Activation of Methane
R Wischert, C Copéret, F Delbecq, P Sautet
Angewandte Chemie 14 (123), 3260-3263, 2011
A highly active well-defined rhenium heterogeneous catalyst for olefin metathesis prepared via surface organometallic chemistry
M Chabanas, A Baudouin, C Copéret, JM Basset
Journal of the American Chemical Society 123 (9), 2062-2063, 2001
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