Gregory M Mullen
Gregory M Mullen
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Selective hydrogen production from formic acid decomposition on Pd–Au bimetallic surfaces
WY Yu, GM Mullen, DW Flaherty, CB Mullins
Journal of the American Chemical Society 136 (31), 11070-11078, 2014
1822014
Hydrogen adsorption and absorption with Pd–Au bimetallic surfaces
WY Yu, GM Mullen, CB Mullins
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 117 (38), 19535-19543, 2013
692013
Oxygen activation and reaction on Pd–Au bimetallic surfaces
WY Yu, L Zhang, GM Mullen, G Henkelman, CB Mullins
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 119 (21), 11754-11762, 2015
512015
Mechanistic insights on ethanol dehydrogenation on Pd–Au model catalysts: a combined experimental and DFT study
EJ Evans, H Li, WY Yu, GM Mullen, G Henkelman, CB Mullins
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 19 (45), 30578-30589, 2017
452017
Density functional theory study of alkane-alkoxide hydride transfer in zeolites
GM Mullen, MJ Janik
Acs Catalysis 1 (2), 105-115, 2011
392011
The effects of adsorbed water on gold catalysis and surface chemistry
GM Mullen, J Gong, T Yan, M Pan, CB Mullins
Topics in Catalysis 56 (15-17), 1499-1511, 2013
362013
Oxygen and hydroxyl species induce multiple reaction pathways for the partial oxidation of allyl alcohol on gold
GM Mullen, L Zhang, EJ Evans Jr, T Yan, G Henkelman, CB Mullins
Journal of the American Chemical Society 136 (17), 6489-6498, 2014
292014
Effect of annealing in oxygen on alloy structures of Pd–Au bimetallic model catalysts
WY Yu, L Zhang, GM Mullen, EJ Evans, G Henkelman, CB Mullins
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 17 (32), 20588-20596, 2015
262015
Water influences the activity and selectivity of ceria-supported gold catalysts for oxidative dehydrogenation and esterification of ethanol
GM Mullen, EJ Evans Jr, I Sabzevari, BE Long, K Alhazmi, BD Chandler, ...
ACS Catalysis 7 (2), 1216-1226, 2017
252017
Control of selectivity in allylic alcohol oxidation on gold surfaces: the role of oxygen adatoms and hydroxyl species
GM Mullen, L Zhang, EJ Evans, T Yan, G Henkelman, CB Mullins
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 17 (6), 4730-4738, 2015
242015
Interactions of hydrogen and carbon monoxide on Pd–Au bimetallic surfaces
WY Yu, GM Mullen, CB Mullins
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 118 (4), 2129-2137, 2014
222014
Tunable Syn-gas ratio via bireforming over coke-resistant Ni/Mo2C catalyst
A Brush, EJ Evans Jr, GM Mullen, K Jarvis, CB Mullins
Fuel Processing Technology 153, 111-120, 2016
162016
The interplay between ceria particle size, reducibility, and ethanol oxidation activity of ceria-supported gold catalysts
GM Mullen, EJ Evans, BC Siegert, NR Miller, BK Rosselet, I Sabzevari, ...
Reaction Chemistry & Engineering 3 (1), 75-85, 2018
132018
Water's place in Au catalysis
GM Mullen, CB Mullins
Science 345 (6204), 1564-1565, 2014
132014
Heterogeneity in mixed cerium oxides and its influence on the behavior of gold catalysts for the selective oxidation of ethanol
GM Mullen, BC Siegert, A Dolocan, NR Miller, BK Rosselet, I Sabzevari, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 121 (35), 19269-19279, 2017
52017
H 2 O-Improved O 2 activation on the Pd–Au bimetallic surface
S Han, EJ Evans, GM Mullen, CB Mullins
Chemical Communications 53 (28), 3990-3993, 2017
42017
Apparatus for efficient utilization of isotopically-labeled gases in pulse transient studies of heterogeneously catalyzed gas phase reactions
A Brush, S McDonald, R Dupré, S Kota, GM Mullen, CB Mullins
Reaction Chemistry & Engineering 2 (4), 512-520, 2017
32017
Evidence of methane adsorption over Mo 2 C involving single C–H bond dissociation instead of facile carbon exchange
A Brush, GM Mullen, R Dupré, S Kota, CB Mullins
Reaction Chemistry & Engineering 1 (6), 667-674, 2016
32016
H₂O-Improved O₂ activation on the Pd–Au bimetallic surface
S Han, EJ Evans, GM Mullen, CB Mullins
2017
Gold-catalyzed alcohol oxidation reactions: insights from surface science and classical catalysis studies
GM Mullen
2016
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