Dr. Brian Rosen

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Dr. Brian Rosen
Phone: 03-6405087
Office: Wolfson - Engineering, 128

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B.A. Rosen, A. Salehi-Khojin, M.R. Thorson, W. Zhu, D.T. Whipple, P.J.A. Kenis, R.I. Masel, Ionic Liquid Mediated Selective Conversion of CO2 to CO at Low Overpotential Science, 334 (6056), pp. 643-644, 2011

 

B. Kumar, M. Asadi, D. Pisasale, S. Sinha-Ray, B.A. Rosen, R. Haasch, J. Abiade, A. Yarin, A. Salehi-Khojin, Renewable Metal-Free and Non-Precious Carbon Nanofiber Catalysis for CO2 Reduction, Nature Commun. 4, Article 2819, 2013 

 

M Asadi, V. Kummar, A. Behranginia, B.A. Rosen, A. Baskin, N. Repnin, D. Pisasale, P.J. Phillips, W. Zhu, R. Haasch, R.F. Klie, P. Kral, J. Abiade, A. Salehi-Khojin, Robust CO2 Reduction on MoS2 d-electron Edge States Nature Commun., 2014 

 

B.A. Rosen, E. Gileadi, and N. Eliaz, Electroeposited Re-Promoted Ni foams as a catalyst for the dry reforming of methane, Catalysis Communications, 76, pp 23-28, 2016

 

S. Singh, D. Zubenko, B.A. Rosen, Influence of LaNiO3 shape on its solid-phase crystallization into coke free reforming catalysts ACS Catalysis, 6, pp. 4199-4205, 2016

 

D. Zubenko, S. Singh, B.A. Rosen, Exsolution of Re-alloy catalysts with enhanced stability for methane dry reforming, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 209, pp 711-719, 2017 

S. Singh, E. Prestat, L. Huang, J. Rondinelli, S.J. Haigh,  B.A. Rosen,  Role of 2D and 3D defects on the reduction of LaNiO3 nanoparticles for catalysts  Scientific Reports, in print 2017

 

B .A. Rosen and S. Singh “Coke-Resistant Nanomaterials for Gas-to-Liquid (GTL) Fuels” Nanotechnology for Energy Sustainability, Wiley, 2017.

 

 

 

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