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Charlie Sykes
Professor of Chemistry
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Isolated metal atom geometries as a strategy for selective heterogeneous hydrogenations
G Kyriakou, MB Boucher, AD Jewell, EA Lewis, TJ Lawton, AE Baber, ...
Science 335 (6073), 1209-1212, 2012
13872012
Single-atom alloy catalysis
RT Hannagan, G Giannakakis, M Flytzani-Stephanopoulos, ECH Sykes
Chemical Reviews 120 (21), 12044-12088, 2020
6352020
Selective hydrogenation of 1, 3-butadiene on platinum–copper alloys at the single-atom limit
FR Lucci, J Liu, MD Marcinkowski, M Yang, LF Allard, ...
Nature communications 6 (1), 8550, 2015
5552015
Pt/Cu single-atom alloys as coke-resistant catalysts for efficient C–H activation
MD Marcinkowski, MT Darby, J Liu, JM Wimble, FR Lucci, S Lee, ...
Nature chemistry 10 (3), 325-332, 2018
5352018
Tackling CO poisoning with single-atom alloy catalysts
J Liu, FR Lucci, M Yang, S Lee, MD Marcinkowski, AJ Therrien, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 138 (20), 6396-6399, 2016
4292016
Single atom alloy surface analogs in Pd 0.18 Cu 15 nanoparticles for selective hydrogenation reactions
MB Boucher, B Zugic, G Cladaras, J Kammert, MD Marcinkowski, ...
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 15 (29), 12187-12196, 2013
3482013
Single-atom alloys as a reductionist approach to the rational design of heterogeneous catalysts
G Giannakakis, M Flytzani-Stephanopoulos, ECH Sykes
Accounts of chemical research 52 (1), 237-247, 2018
3382018
An atomic-scale view of single-site Pt catalysis for low-temperature CO oxidation
AJ Therrien, AJR Hensley, MD Marcinkowski, R Zhang, FR Lucci, ...
Nature Catalysis 1 (3), 192-198, 2018
3202018
Molecular rotors and motors: Recent advances and future challenges
J Michl, ECH Sykes
ACS nano 3 (5), 1042-1048, 2009
3152009
Experimental demonstration of a single-molecule electric motor
HL Tierney, CJ Murphy, AD Jewell, AE Baber, EV Iski, HY Khodaverdian, ...
Nature nanotechnology 6 (10), 625-629, 2011
2932011
Hydrogen dissociation and spillover on individual isolated palladium atoms
HL Tierney, AE Baber, JR Kitchin, ECH Sykes
Physical review letters 103 (24), 246102, 2009
2642009
Lonely atoms with special gifts: breaking linear scaling relationships in heterogeneous catalysis with single-atom alloys
MT Darby, M Stamatakis, A Michaelides, ECH Sykes
The journal of physical chemistry letters 9 (18), 5636-5646, 2018
2602018
Controlling hydrogen activation, spillover, and desorption with Pd–Au single-atom alloys
FR Lucci, MT Darby, MFG Mattera, CJ Ivimey, AJ Therrien, A Michaelides, ...
The journal of physical chemistry letters 7 (3), 480-485, 2016
2142016
First-principles design of a single-atom–alloy propane dehydrogenation catalyst
RT Hannagan, G Giannakakis, R Réocreux, J Schumann, J Finzel, ...
Science 372 (6549), 1444-1447, 2021
2102021
Elucidating the stability and reactivity of surface intermediates on single-atom alloy catalysts
MT Darby, R Réocreux, ECH Sykes, A Michaelides, M Stamatakis
ACS Catalysis 8 (6), 5038-5050, 2018
1762018
Graphene-like boron–carbon–nitrogen monolayers
S Beniwal, J Hooper, DP Miller, PS Costa, G Chen, SY Liu, PA Dowben, ...
ACS nano 11 (3), 2486-2493, 2017
1752017
Guidelines to achieving high selectivity for the hydrogenation of α, β-unsaturated aldehydes with bimetallic and dilute alloy catalysts: a review
M Luneau, JS Lim, DA Patel, ECH Sykes, CM Friend, P Sautet
Chemical reviews 120 (23), 12834-12872, 2020
1672020
H2 Activation and Spillover on Catalytically Relevant Pt–Cu Single Atom Alloys
FR Lucci, MD Marcinkowski, TJ Lawton, ECH Sykes
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 119 (43), 24351-24357, 2015
1662015
Selective formic acid dehydrogenation on Pt-Cu single-atom alloys
MD Marcinkowski, J Liu, CJ Murphy, ML Liriano, NA Wasio, FR Lucci, ...
Acs Catalysis 7 (1), 413-420, 2017
1652017
Carbon monoxide poisoning resistance and structural stability of single atom alloys
MT Darby, ECH Sykes, A Michaelides, M Stamatakis
Topics in catalysis 61 (5), 428-438, 2018
1492018
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