Michael J. Janik
Michael J. Janik
Professor of Chemical Engineering, Pennsylvania State University
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The ReaxFF reactive force-field: development, applications and future directions
TP Senftle, S Hong, MM Islam, SB Kylasa, Y Zheng, YK Shin, ...
npj Computational Materials 2 (1), 1-14, 2016
Beyond fossil fuel–driven nitrogen transformations
JG Chen, RM Crooks, LC Seefeldt, KL Bren, RM Bullock, ...
Science 360 (6391), eaar6611, 2018
Selectivity of CO2 Reduction on Copper Electrodes: The Role of the Kinetics of Elementary Steps
X Nie, MR Esopi, MJ Janik, A Asthagiri
Angewandte Chemie 125 (9), 2519-2522, 2013
Catalysts for nitrogen reduction to ammonia
SL Foster, SIP Bakovic, RD Duda, S Maheshwari, RD Milton, SD Minteer, ...
Nature Catalysis 1 (7), 490-500, 2018
A first principles comparison of the mechanism and site requirements for the electrocatalytic oxidation of methanol and formic acid over Pt
M Neurock, M Janik, A Wieckowski
Faraday discussions 140, 363-378, 2009
Calculated phase diagrams for the electrochemical oxidation and reduction of water over Pt (111)
J Rossmeisl, JK NÝrskov, CD Taylor, MJ Janik, M Neurock
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 110 (43), 21833-21839, 2006
Facet Dependence of CO2 Reduction Paths on Cu Electrodes
W Luo, X Nie, MJ Janik, A Asthagiri
ACS Catalysis 6 (1), 219-229, 2016
Reaction mechanisms of CO2 electrochemical reduction on Cu (1 1 1) determined with density functional theory
X Nie, W Luo, MJ Janik, A Asthagiri
Journal of catalysis 312, 108-122, 2014
First-principles analysis of the initial electroreduction steps of oxygen over Pt (111)
MJ Janik, CD Taylor, M Neurock
Journal of the Electrochemical Society 156 (1), B126, 2008
Interaction trends between single metal atoms and oxide supports identified with density functional theory and statistical learning
NJ O’Connor, ASM Jonayat, MJ Janik, TP Senftle
Nature Catalysis 1 (7), 531-539, 2018
Methane Activation and Oxygen Vacancy Formation over CeO2 and Zr, Pd Substituted CeO2 Surfaces
AD Mayernick, MJ Janik
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 112 (38), 14955-14964, 2008
Co‐adsorption of cations as the cause of the apparent pH dependence of hydrogen adsorption on a stepped platinum single‐crystal electrode
X Chen, IT McCrum, KA Schwarz, MJ Janik, MTM Koper
Angewandte Chemie 129 (47), 15221-15225, 2017
Methane oxidation on Pd–Ceria: A DFT study of the mechanism over PdxCe1− xO2, Pd, and PdO
AD Mayernick, MJ Janik
Journal of Catalysis 278 (1), 16-25, 2011
Mechanistic consequences of composition in acid catalysis by polyoxometalate keggin clusters
J Macht, MJ Janik, M Neurock, E Iglesia
Journal of the American Chemical Society 130 (31), 10369-10379, 2008
Location, acid strength, and mobility of the acidic protons in Keggin 12-H3PW12O40: A combined solid-state NMR spectroscopy and DFT quantum chemical calculation study
J Yang, MJ Janik, D Ma, A Zheng, M Zhang, M Neurock, RJ Davis, C Ye, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 127 (51), 18274-18280, 2005
Periodic trends of oxygen vacancy formation and C–H bond activation over transition metal-doped CeO2 (1 1 1) surfaces
MD Krcha, AD Mayernick, MJ Janik
Journal of catalysis 293, 103-115, 2012
pH and alkali cation effects on the Pt cyclic voltammogram explained using density functional theory
IT McCrum, MJ Janik
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 120 (1), 457-471, 2016
Activity and Selectivity Control in CO2 Electroreduction to Multicarbon Products over CuOx Catalysts via Electrolyte Design
D Gao, IT McCrum, S Deo, YW Choi, F Scholten, W Wan, JG Chen, ...
Acs catalysis 8 (11), 10012-10020, 2018
Catalytic consequences of composition in polyoxometalate clusters with Keggin structure
J Macht, MJ Janik, M Neurock, E Iglesia
Angewandte Chemie 119 (41), 8010-8014, 2007
Mechanistic Understanding of Alloy Effect and Water Promotion for Pd-Cu Bimetallic Catalysts in CO2 Hydrogenation to Methanol
X Nie, X Jiang, H Wang, W Luo, MJ Janik, Y Chen, X Guo, C Song
ACS Catalysis 8 (6), 4873-4892, 2018
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