Erlebacher Group Publications

(last updated 10/25/2013)

  1. J. Snyder, K. Livi, J. Erlebacher, “Oxygen Reduction Reaction Performance of [MTBD][beti]-Encapsulated Nanoporous NiPt Alloy Nanoparticles,” Advanced Functional Materials, (2013).
  2. K. Livi, B. Schaffer, D. Azzolini, C. Seabourne, T. hardcasle, A. Scott, R. Hazen, J. Erlebacher, R. Brydson, D. Sverjensky, “Atomic-Scale Surface Roughness of Rutile and Implications for Organic Molecule Adsorption,” Langmuir, (2013).
  3. J. Erlebacher, I. McCue, “Geometric characterization of nanoporous metals,” Acta Materialia, (2012).
  4. T. Fujita, P. Guan, K. McKenna, X. Lang, A. Hirata, L. Zhang, T. Tokunaga, S. Arai, Y. Yamamoto, N. Tanaka, Y. Ishikawa, N. Asao, Y. Yamamoto, J. Erlebacher, M. Chen, “Atomic origins of the high catalytic activity of nanoporous gold,” Nature Materials 11, (2012), 775-780.
  5. I. McCue, J. Snyder, X. Li, Q. Chen, K. Sieradzki, J. Erlebacher, “Apparent Inverse Gibbs-Thomson Effect in Dealloyed Nanoporous Nanoparticles,” Physical Review Letters 108, (2012), 225503.
  6. J. Snyder, I. McCue, K. Livi, J. Erlebacher, “Structure/processing/properties relationships in nanoporous nanoparticles as applied to catalysis of the cathodic oxygen reduction reaction,” Journal of the American Chemical Society 134, (2012), 8633-8645.
  7. F. Kertis, S. Khurshid, O. Okman, J.W. Kysar, L. Govada, N. Chayen, J. Erlebacher, “Heterogeneous nucleation of protein crystals using nanoporous gold nucleants,” Journal of Materials Chemistry 22, (2012), 21928-21934.
  8. J. Erlebacher, R.C. Newman, K. Sieradzki, “Fundamental Physics and Chemistry of Nanoporosity Evolution During Dealloying,” Nanoporous Gold: From an Ancient Technology to a High-tech Material 22, (2012), 11.
  9. J. Snyder, J. Erlebacher, “The Active Surface Area of Nanoporous Metals during Oxygen Reduction,” ECS Transactions 41, (2011), 1021-1030.
  10. J. Erlebacher, “Mechanism of coarsening and bubble formation in high-genus nanoporous metals,” Physical Review Letters, 106, (2011), 225504.
  11. J. Snyder, J. Erlebacher, “Composite Porous Catalysts,” US Patent App. 13/016,692, (2011).
  12. J. Snyder, T. Fujita, M.W. Chen, J. Erlebacher, “Enhanced Oxygen Reduction in Nanoporous Metal/Ionic Liquid Composite Electrocatalysts,” Nature Materials, 9 (2010), 904-907.
  13. F. Kertis, J. Snyder, L. Govada, S. Khurshid, N. Chayen, J. Erlebacher, “Structure/Processing Relationships in the Fabrication of Nanoporous Gold,” JOM, 62 (2010), 50-56.
  14. J. Snyder, J. Erlebacher, “Kinetics of Crystal Etching Limited by Terrace Dissolution,”,  J. Electrochem. Soc., 157 (2010), C125-C130.
  15. J. Snyder, J. Erlebacher, “Electrochemical Measurement of the Surface Alloying Kinetics of Underpotentially Deposited Ag on Au(111),” Langmuir, 25 (2009), 9596-9604.
  16. D.M. Artymowicz, J. Erlebacher, R.C. Newman, “Relationship between the Parting Limit for De-Alloying and a Particular Geometric High-Density Site Percolation Threshold,” Phil. Mag. 89 (2009), 1663-1693.
  17. T. Fujita , L. Qian, K. Inoke, J. Erlebacher, M. Chen, “Quantitative Transmission Electron Tomography of Nanoporous Gold,” Applied Physics Letters, 92, (2008), 251902.
  18. A. Mathur, J. Erlebacher, “Effects of Substrate Shape, Curvature and Roughness on Thin Heteroepitaxial Films of Pt on Au(111),” Surface Science, 602, (2008), 2863-2875.
  19. J. Snyder, K. Livi, J. Erlebacher, “Dealloying Silver/Gold Alloys in Neutral Silver Nitrate Solution: Porosity Evolution, Surface Composition, and Surface Oxides”, Journal of the Electrochemical Society,155, (2008), C464.
  20. J. Snyder, P. Asanithi, A.B. Dalton, J. Erlebacher, “Stabilized nanoporous metals by dealloying ternary alloy precursors,” Advanced Materials, 20, (2008), 4883-4886.
  21. S. Ahl, P.J. Cameron, J. Liu, W. Knoll, J. Erlebacher, F. Yu, “A comparative plasmonic study of nanoporous and evaporated gold films,” Plasmonics, 3, (2008), 13-20.
  22. R. Zeis, T. Lei, K. Sieradzki, J. Snyder, J. Erlebacher, “Catalytic reduction of oxygen and hydrogen peroxide by nanoporous gold,” J. Catalysis, 253, (2008), 132-138.
  23. R. Zeis, A. Mathur, G. Fritz, J. Lee, J. Erlebacher, “Platinum-plated nanoporous gold: An efficient, low Pt loading electrocatalyst for PEM fuel cells”,  J. Power Sources, 165, (2007), 65-72.
  24. A. Mathur, J. Erlebacher, “Size Dependence of the Effective Young’s Modulus of Nanoporous Gold “, Appl. Phys. Lett., 90, (2006), 061910.
  25. J. Rugolo, J. Erlebacher, K. Sieradzki, “Lengthscales in Alloy Dissolution and Measurement of Absolute Interfacial Free Energy”, Nature Materials, 5, (2006), 946–949.
  26. F. Yu, S. Ahl, A.-M. Caminade, J.-P. Majoral, W. Knoll, J. Erlebacher, “Simultaneous Excitation of Propagating and Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance on Nanoporous Gold Membranes”  Anal. Chem., 78, (2006), 7346-7350.
  27. S. Parida, D. Kramer, C.A. Volkert, H. Rösner, J. Erlebacher, J. Weissmüller, “Volume Change During the Formation of Nanoporous Gold by Dealloying”, Phys. Rev. Lett., 97 (2006), 035504.
  28. T.O. Drews, A. Radisic, J. Erlebacher, R.D. Braatz, P.C. Searson, R.C. Alkire, “Stochastic Simulation of the Early Stages of Kinetically Limited Electrodeposition”, J. Electrochem. Soc., 153 (2006), C434-C441.
  29. A. Mathur, A.-D. Brown, J. Erlebacher, “Self-ordering of Colloidal Particles in Shallow Nanoscale Surface Corrugations,” Langmuir, 22, (2006), 582-589.
  30. A.-D. Brown, J. Erlebacher, “Temperature and Fluence Effects on the Evolution of Regular Surface Morphologies on Ion-Sputtered Si(111)”, Phys. Rev. B, 72 (2005), 075350.
  31. A.-D. Brown, J. Erlebacher, W.-L. Chan, E.B. Chason, J. Erlebacher, “Transient Topographies of Ion Patterned Si(111)”, Phys. Rev. Lett., 95 (2005), 056101.  Reprinted in the Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology.
  32. Y. Ding, A. Mathur, M. Chen, J. Erlebacher, “Epitaxial Casting of Nanotubular Mesoporous Platinum,” Ang. Chem. Intl. Ed. 44 (2005), 4002-4006.
  33. Y. Ding, Y.-J. Kim, J. Erlebacher, “”Nanoporous Gold Leaf:”Ancient Technology”/Advanced Material”, Adv. Mat., 16 (2004), 1897-1900.
  34. Y. Ding, M. Chen, J. Erlebacher, “Metallic Mesoporous Nanocomposite Materials for Electrocatalysis,” J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 126 (2004), 6876-6877.
  35. J. Erlebacher, “An Atomistic Description of Dealloying: Porosity Evolution, the Critical Potential, and Rate Limiting Behavior”, J. Electrochem. Soc., 151 (2004), C614-C626.
  36. J. Erlebacher, K. Sieradzki, “Pattern Formation During Dealloying,” Scripta Mat., 49 (2003), 991-996.
  37. Y. Ding, J. Erlebacher, “Nanoporous Metal Architectures with Controlled Multimodal Pore Size Distribution”, J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 125 (2003), 7772-7773.
  38. C. Ji, G. Oskam, Y. Ding, J. Erlebacher, A. Wagner, P. Searson, “Deposition of AuxAg1-x/AuyAu1-y Multilayers and Multisegment Nanowires”,  J. Electrochem. Soc., 150 (2003), C523-C528.
  39. J. Erlebacher, M.J. Aziz, E. Chason, M.B. Sinclair, J.A. Floro, “Reply: Erlebacher, et al.,” Phys. Rev. Lett., 88 (2002), 169602.
  40. K. Sieradzki, N. Dimitrov, D. Movrin, C. McCall, N. Vasiljevic, J. Erlebacher, “The De-alloying Critical Potential,” J. Electrochem. Soc., 149 (2002), B370-B377.
  41. J. Erlebacher, M.J. Aziz, A. Karma, N. Dimitrov, K. Sieradzki, “Evolution of Nanoporosity In Dealloying,” Nature, 410 (2001), 450-453.