Follow
Alexis T. BELL
Alexis T. BELL
Verified email at berkeley.edu
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Advances in molecular quantum chemistry contained in the Q-Chem 4 program package
Y Shao, Z Gan, E Epifanovsky, ATB Gilbert, M Wormit, J Kussmann, ...
Molecular Physics 113 (2), 184-215, 2015
30672015
The impact of nanoscience on heterogeneous catalysis
AT Bell
Science 299 (5613), 1688-1691, 2003
29952003
Advances in methods and algorithms in a modern quantum chemistry program package
Y Shao, LF Molnar, Y Jung, J Kussmann, C Ochsenfeld, ST Brown, ...
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 8 (27), 3172-3191, 2006
29192006
An investigation of thin-film Ni–Fe oxide catalysts for the electrochemical evolution of oxygen
MW Louie, AT Bell
Journal of the American Chemical Society 135 (33), 12329-12337, 2013
23962013
Identification of highly active Fe sites in (Ni, Fe) OOH for electrocatalytic water splitting
D Friebel, MW Louie, M Bajdich, KE Sanwald, Y Cai, AM Wise, MJ Cheng, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 137 (3), 1305-1313, 2015
22842015
Catalysis research of relevance to carbon management: progress, challenges, and opportunities
H Arakawa, M Aresta, JN Armor, MA Barteau, EJ Beckman, AT Bell, ...
Chemical reviews 101 (4), 953-996, 2001
16362001
Enhanced activity of gold-supported cobalt oxide for the electrochemical evolution of oxygen
BS Yeo, AT Bell
Journal of the American Chemical Society 133 (14), 5587-5593, 2011
14022011
Theoretical investigation of the activity of cobalt oxides for the electrochemical oxidation of water
M Bajdich, M García-Mota, A Vojvodic, JK Nørskov, AT Bell
Journal of the American chemical Society 135 (36), 13521-13530, 2013
12352013
Effects of Fe Electrolyte Impurities on Ni(OH)2/NiOOH Structure and Oxygen Evolution Activity
S Klaus, Y Cai, MW Louie, L Trotochaud, AT Bell
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 119 (13), 7243-7254, 2015
9652015
Techniques and applications of plasma chemistry
JR Hollahan, AT Bell
9581974
Efficient methods for finding transition states in chemical reactions: Comparison of improved dimer method and partitioned rational function optimization method
A Heyden, AT Bell, FJ Keil
The Journal of chemical physics 123 (22), 2005
8622005
Promoter effects of alkali metal cations on the electrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide
J Resasco, LD Chen, E Clark, C Tsai, C Hahn, TF Jaramillo, K Chan, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 139 (32), 11277-11287, 2017
8012017
Hydrolysis of Electrolyte Cations Enhances the Electrochemical Reduction of CO2 over Ag and Cu
MR Singh, Y Kwon, Y Lum, JW Ager III, AT Bell
Journal of the American chemical society 138 (39), 13006-13012, 2016
7932016
Improving diagnosis in health care
JR Ball, BT Miller, EP Balogh
National Academies Press, 2015
7332015
Structure and catalytic properties of supported vanadium oxides: support effects on oxidative dehydrogenation reactions
A Khodakov, B Olthof, AT Bell, E Iglesia
Journal of Catalysis 181 (2), 205-216, 1999
7251999
Mechanism of CO2 Reduction at Copper Surfaces: Pathways to C2 Products
AJ Garza, AT Bell, M Head-Gordon
Acs Catalysis 8 (2), 1490-1499, 2018
7182018
In situ Raman study of nickel oxide and gold-supported nickel oxide catalysts for the electrochemical evolution of oxygen
BS Yeo, AT Bell
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 116 (15), 8394-8400, 2012
7152012
Software for the frontiers of quantum chemistry: An overview of developments in the Q-Chem 5 package
E Epifanovsky, ATB Gilbert, X Feng, J Lee, Y Mao, N Mardirossian, ...
The Journal of chemical physics 155 (8), 2021
6842021
Unravelling the origin of intermolecular interactions using absolutely localized molecular orbitals
RZ Khaliullin, EA Cobar, RC Lochan, AT Bell, M Head-Gordon
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 111 (36), 8753-8765, 2007
6222007
Identification of Possible Pathways for C–C Bond Formation during Electrochemical Reduction of CO2: New Theoretical Insights from an Improved Electrochemical …
JD Goodpaster, AT Bell, M Head-Gordon
The journal of physical chemistry letters 7 (8), 1471-1477, 2016
5892016
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20