Cao-Thang Dinh
Cao-Thang Dinh
Assistant Professor, Queen's University
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Homogeneously dispersed multimetal oxygen-evolving catalysts
B Zhang, X Zheng, O Voznyy, R Comin, M Bajdich, M García-Melchor, ...
Science 352 (6283), 333-337, 2016
11852016
Enhanced electrocatalytic CO2 reduction via field-induced reagent concentration
M Liu, Y Pang, B Zhang, P De Luna, O Voznyy, J Xu, X Zheng, CT Dinh, ...
Nature 537 (7620), 382-386, 2016
8202016
CO2 electroreduction to ethylene via hydroxide-mediated copper catalysis at an abrupt interface
CT Dinh, T Burdyny, MG Kibria, A Seifitokaldani, CM Gabardo, ...
Science 360 (6390), 783-787, 2018
6752018
Shape-controlled synthesis of highly crystalline titania nanocrystals
CT Dinh, TD Nguyen, F Kleitz, TO Do
ACS nano 3 (11), 3737-3743, 2009
4082009
Catalyst electro-redeposition controls morphology and oxidation state for selective carbon dioxide reduction
P De Luna, R Quintero-Bermudez, CT Dinh, MB Ross, OS Bushuyev, ...
Nature Catalysis 1 (2), 103-110, 2018
3702018
What should we make with CO2 and how can we make it?
OS Bushuyev, P De Luna, CT Dinh, L Tao, G Saur, J van de Lagemaat, ...
Joule 2 (5), 825-832, 2018
3172018
Nanocomposite heterojunctions as sunlight-driven photocatalysts for hydrogen production from water splitting
MR Gholipour, CT Dinh, F Béland, TO Do
Nanoscale 7 (18), 8187-8208, 2015
3122015
Steering post-C–C coupling selectivity enables high efficiency electroreduction of carbon dioxide to multi-carbon alcohols
TT Zhuang, ZQ Liang, A Seifitokaldani, Y Li, P De Luna, T Burdyny, F Che, ...
Nature Catalysis 1 (6), 421-428, 2018
2472018
Theory-driven design of high-valence metal sites for water oxidation confirmed using in situ soft X-ray absorption
X Zheng, B Zhang, P De Luna, Y Liang, R Comin, O Voznyy, L Han, ...
Nature chemistry 10 (2), 149, 2018
2372018
Designing materials for electrochemical carbon dioxide recycling
MB Ross, P De Luna, Y Li, CT Dinh, D Kim, P Yang, EH Sargent
Nature Catalysis 2 (8), 648-658, 2019
2202019
Electrochemical CO2 Reduction into Chemical Feedstocks: From Mechanistic Electrocatalysis Models to System Design
MG Kibria, JP Edwards, CM Gabardo, CT Dinh, A Seifitokaldani, D Sinton, ...
Advanced Materials 31 (31), 1807166, 2019
1952019
Three‐Dimensional Ordered Assembly of Thin‐Shell Au/TiO2 Hollow Nanospheres for Enhanced Visible‐Light‐Driven Photocatalysis
CT Dinh, H Yen, F Kleitz, TO Do
Angewandte Chemie 126 (26), 6736-6741, 2014
1942014
Sulfur-modulated tin sites enable highly selective electrochemical reduction of CO2 to formate
X Zheng, P De Luna, FPG de Arquer, B Zhang, N Becknell, MB Ross, Y Li, ...
Joule 1 (4), 794-805, 2017
1842017
Rational design of efficient palladium catalysts for electroreduction of carbon dioxide to formate
A Klinkova, P De Luna, CT Dinh, O Voznyy, EM Larin, E Kumacheva, ...
Acs Catalysis 6 (12), 8115-8120, 2016
1842016
Large-scale synthesis of uniform silver orthophosphate colloidal nanocrystals exhibiting high visible light photocatalytic activity
CT Dinh, TD Nguyen, F Kleitz, TO Do
Chemical Communications 47 (27), 7797-7799, 2011
1702011
CO2 electrolysis to multicarbon products at activities greater than 1 A cm− 2
FPG de Arquer, CT Dinh, A Ozden, J Wicks, C McCallum, AR Kirmani, ...
Science 367 (6478), 661-666, 2020
1692020
Multi-site electrocatalysts for hydrogen evolution in neutral media by destabilization of water molecules
CT Dinh, A Jain, FPG de Arquer, P De Luna, J Li, N Wang, X Zheng, J Cai, ...
Nature Energy 4 (2), 107-114, 2019
1492019
Molecular tuning of CO 2-to-ethylene conversion
F Li, A Thevenon, A Rosas-Hernández, Z Wang, Y Li, CM Gabardo, ...
Nature 577 (7791), 509-513, 2020
1452020
Tunable Cu Enrichment Enables Designer Syngas Electrosynthesis from CO2
MB Ross, CT Dinh, Y Li, D Kim, P De Luna, EH Sargent, P Yang
Journal of the American Chemical Society 139 (27), 9359-9363, 2017
1432017
Photon management for augmented photosynthesis
MD Ooms, CT Dinh, EH Sargent, D Sinton
Nature Communications 7 (1), 1-13, 2016
1282016
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