Aliaksandr Bandarenka
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Alloys of platinum and early transition metals as oxygen reduction electrocatalysts
J Greeley, IEL Stephens, AS Bondarenko, TP Johansson, HA Hansen, ...
Nature chemistry 1 (7), 552-556, 2009
Understanding the electrocatalysis of oxygen reduction on platinum and its alloys
IEL Stephens, AS Bondarenko, U Grønbjerg, J Rossmeisl, I Chorkendorff
Energy & Environmental Science 5 (5), 6744-6762, 2012
Finding optimal surface sites on heterogeneous catalysts by counting nearest neighbors
F Calle-Vallejo, J Tymoczko, V Colic, QH Vu, MD Pohl, K Morgenstern, ...
Science 350 (6257), 185-189, 2015
Tuning the activity of Pt (111) for oxygen electroreduction by subsurface alloying
IEL Stephens, AS Bondarenko, FJ Perez-Alonso, F Calle-Vallejo, L Bech, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 133 (14), 5485-5491, 2011
Inverse problem in potentiodynamic electro-chemical impedance
AS Bondarenko, GA Ragoisha
Progress in Chemometrics Research, Nova Science Publishers, New York, 89-102, 2005
Tailoring the catalytic activity of electrodes with monolayer amounts of foreign metals
F Calle-Vallejo, MTM Koper, AS Bandarenka
Chemical Society Reviews 42 (12), 5210-5230, 2013
Direct instrumental identification of catalytically active surface sites
JHK Pfisterer, Y Liang, O Schneider, AS Bandarenka
Nature 549 (7670), 74-77, 2017
The Pt (111)/electrolyte interface under oxygen reduction reaction conditions: an electrochemical impedance spectroscopy study
AS Bondarenko, IEL Stephens, HA Hansen, FJ Pérez-Alonso, V Tripkovic, ...
Langmuir 27 (5), 2058-2066, 2011
Why conclusions from platinum model surfaces do not necessarily lead to enhanced nanoparticle catalysts for the oxygen reduction reaction
F Calle-Vallejo, MD Pohl, D Reinisch, D Loffreda, P Sautet, ...
Chemical Science 8 (3), 2283-2289, 2017
Structural and electronic effects in heterogeneous electrocatalysis: Toward a rational design of electrocatalysts
AS Bandarenka, MTM Koper
Journal of Catalysis 308, 11-24, 2013
Pt Alloy Electrocatalysts for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction: From Model Surfaces to Nanostructured Systems
V Čolić, AS Bandarenka
ACS Catalysis 6 (8), 5378-5385, 2016
Potentiodynamic electrochemical impedance spectroscopy
GA Ragoisha, AS Bondarenko
Electrochimica acta 50 (7-8), 1553-1563, 2005
Influence of Alkali Metal Cations on the Hydrogen Evolution Reaction Activity of Pt, Ir, Au, and Ag Electrodes in Alkaline Electrolytes
S Xue, B Garlyyev, S Watzele, Y Liang, J Fichtner, MD Pohl, ...
ChemElectroChem 5 (17), 2326-2329, 2018
Making the hydrogen evolution reaction in polymer electrolyte membrane electrolysers even faster
J Tymoczko, F Calle-Vallejo, W Schuhmann, AS Bandarenka
Nature communications 7, 10990, 2016
Exploring the interfaces between metal electrodes and aqueous electrolytes with electrochemical impedance spectroscopy
AS Bandarenka
Analyst 138 (19), 5540-5554, 2013
Design of an Active Site towards Optimal Electrocatalysis: Overlayers, Surface Alloys and Near‐Surface Alloys of Cu/Pt (111)
AS Bandarenka, AS Varela, M Karamad, F Calle‐Vallejo, L Bech, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 51 (47), 11845-11848, 2012
Unprecedented High Oxygen Evolution Activity of Electrocatalysts Derived from Surface-Mounted Metal–Organic Frameworks
W Li, S Watzele, HA El-Sayed, Y Liang, G Kieslich, AS Bandarenka, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 141 (14), 5926-5933, 2019
Revealing the nature of active sites in electrocatalysis
B Garlyyev, J Fichtner, O Piqué, O Schneider, AS Bandarenka, ...
Chemical Science 10 (35), 8060-8075, 2019
Optimizing the Size of Platinum Nanoparticles for Enhanced Mass Activity in the Electrochemical Oxygen Reduction Reaction
B Garlyyev, K Kratzl, M Rück, J Michalička, J Fichtner, JM Macak, T Kratky, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 58 (28), 9596-9600, 2019
Elucidating the activity of stepped Pt single crystals for oxygen reduction
AS Bandarenka, HA Hansen, J Rossmeisl, IEL Stephens
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 16 (27), 13625-13629, 2014
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