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Abdulaziz Alherz
Abdulaziz Alherz
Assistant Professor, Kuwait University
Verified email at colorado.edu
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Thermodynamic and kinetic hydricities of metal-free hydrides
S Ilic, A Alherz, CB Musgrave, KD Glusac
Chemical Society Reviews 47 (8), 2809-2836, 2018
1162018
Benzimidazoles as Metal-Free and Recyclable Hydrides for CO2 Reduction to Formate
CH Lim, S Ilic, A Alherz, BT Worrell, SS Bacon, JT Hynes, KD Glusac, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 141 (1), 272-280, 2018
692018
Surface Hydrides on Fe2P Electrocatalyst Reduce CO2 at Low Overpotential: Steering Selectivity to Ethylene Glycol
KUD Calvinho, AW Alherz, KMK Yap, AB Laursen, S Hwang, ZJL Bare, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 143 (50), 21275-21285, 2021
362021
Electrocatalytic Reduction of CO2 to CO over Ag(110) and Cu(211) Modeled by Grand-Canonical Density Functional Theory
YA Alsunni, AW Alherz, CB Musgrave
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 125 (43), 23773-23783, 2021
322021
Importance of proton-coupled electron transfer in cathodic regeneration of organic hydrides
S Ilic, A Alherz, CB Musgrave, KD Glusac
Chemical communications 55 (39), 5583-5586, 2019
312019
Electrochemical CO2 Reduction over Metal-/Nitrogen-Doped Graphene Single-Atom Catalysts Modeled Using the Grand-Canonical Density Functional Theory
P Brimley, H Almajed, Y Alsunni, AW Alherz, ZJL Bare, WA Smith, ...
ACS Catalysis 12 (16), 10161-10171, 2022
232022
Kinetics of Hydride Transfer from Catalytic Metal-Free Hydride Donors to CO2
RB Weerasooriya, JL Gesiorski, A Alherz, S Ilic, GN Hargenrader, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 12 (9), 2306-2311, 2021
232021
Mn-Based Molecular Catalysts for the Electrocatalytic Disproportionation of CO2 into CO and CO32–
THT Myren, A Alherz, JR Thurston, TA Stinson, CG Huntzinger, ...
ACS Catalysis 10 (3), 1961-1968, 2020
232020
Metalloradical intermediates in electrocatalytic reduction of CO 2 to CO: Mn versus Re bis-N-heterocyclic carbene pincers
THT Myren, A Alherz, TA Stinson, CG Huntzinger, B Lama, CB Musgrave, ...
Dalton transactions 49 (7), 2053-2057, 2020
212020
Renewable Hydride Donors for the Catalytic Reduction of CO2: A Thermodynamic and Kinetic Study
A Alherz, CH Lim, YC Kuo, P Lehman, J Cha, JT Hynes, CB Musgrave
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 122 (44), 10179-10189, 2018
192018
Predicting Hydride Donor Strength via Quantum Chemical Calculations of Hydride Transfer Activation Free Energy
A Alherz, CH Lim, JT Hynes, CB Musgrave
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 122 (3), 1278-1288, 2018
192018
Diazaphospholenes as reducing agents: a thermodynamic and electrochemical DFT study
MF Alkhater, AW Alherz, CB Musgrave
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 23 (33), 17794-17802, 2021
72021
Revised Nitrogen Reduction Scaling Relations from Potential-Dependent Modeling of Chemical and Electrochemical Steps
CR Tezak, NR Singstock, AW Alherz, D Vigil-Fowler, CA Sutton, ...
ACS Catalysis 13 (19), 12894-12903, 2023
52023
Predictive energetic tuning of C-Nucleophiles for the electrochemical capture of carbon dioxide
HA Petersen, AW Alherz, TA Stinson, CG Huntzinger, CB Musgrave, ...
Iscience 25 (4), 2022
42022
Predictive energetic tuning of quinoid O-nucleophiles for the electrochemical capture of carbon dioxide
AW Alherz, HA Petersen, NR Singstock, SN Sur, CB Musgrave, OR Luca
Energy Advances 1 (11), 900-907, 2022
42022
Computational Thermodynamic and Kinetic Analyses for Electrochemical CO2 Capture and Conversion to Fuels
A Alherz
University of Colorado at Boulder, 2023
2023
Surface Hydrides on Fe₂P Electrocatalyst Reduce CO₂ at Low Overpotential: Steering Selectivity to Ethylene Glycol
KUD Calvinho, AW Alherz, KMK Yap, AB Laursen, S Hwang, ZJL Bare, ...
2021
Kinetics of Hydride Transfer from Metal-Free Hydride Donors to CO2
R Weerasooriya, JL Gesiorski, A Alherz, S Ilic, G Hargenrader, ...
2020
Dihydropyridines for the Catalytic Conversion of CO2to CH3OH: A Thermodynamic and Kinetic Study
A Alherz
University of Colorado at Boulder, 2018
2018
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