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HIGHLIGHTS

Building nitrogen atoms into carbon species in CO2/CO electrolysis

August 23, 2019

Expanding the range of chemicals that can be produced electrochemically from carbon dioxide (or derived carbon monoxide) and other abundant sources is much needed. In a collaborative work together with Prof. Bill Goddard at Caltech, we demonstrated the feasibility to form C-N bonds in CO electroreduction reaction. The full report of this study can be found at Nature Chemistry. Two news stories were released regarding this work (UDaily story & Caltech Story).

2D Cu nanosheets show superior properties in converting carbon monoxide to acetate!

April 08, 2019

Two-dimensional Cu nanosheet exhibits a unique property to electrochemically convert carbon monoxide into acetate with a selectivity as high as 48%. This is a collaborative work together with Prof. Yijin Kang and Prof. Yuanyue Liu. The full report of this study can be found at here. We also wrote a blog article regarding this work.

Carbon monoxide electrolysis at high current densities

October 15, 2018

A high-performance CO flow electrolyser with a well controlled electrode–electrolyte interface was constructed in the Jiao group, which is able to operate at a total current densities of up to 1 A/cm^2 with a high C2+ selectivity. A news story regarding this project can be found here. This work is selected as the journal cover for the October issue of 2018 in Nature Catalysis (here is the link to full article).

Dr. Jiao testified before a U.S. senate committee

April 11, 2018

Dr. Jiao was invited by U.S. Senator John Barrasso and Senator Tom Carper to testify before the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works. The purpose of this hearing is to examine S. 2602, the Utilizing Significant Emissions with Innovative Technologies Act (or USE IT Act). A full record of this hearing can be found at HERE. Link to the UDaily story.