Tag: Jonah Erlebacher

Latest issue of MRS Bulletin features articles by Professors Jonah Erlebacher and Mingwei Chen

January 29, 2018

The current issue of the MRS Bulletin features articles on dealloyed nanoporous materials. Dealloyed materials are research interests of both department chair and professor Jonah Erlebacher, and professor Mingwei Chen, who have articles in the issue. Professor Erlebacher’s paper, titled Pattern formation during electrochemical and liquid metal dealloying, discusses the differences between electrochemical dealloying and liquid metal […]

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Faculty Q&A: Jonah Erlebacher

October 16, 2015

Dr. Jonah Erlebacher, professor and chair of materials science and engineering, discusses his interest in materials science and where he sees the future of materials research headed.

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Catalysts for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction

October 27, 2011

The fundamental reaction occurring inside a fuel cell is the oxygen reduction reaction (ORR), where oxygen and hydrogen are forming water. The critical challenge for improving fuel cells is making an advancement in the catalyst for ORR.

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Underpotential Deposition

October 27, 2011

Underpotential deposition (UPD) is a term given to the phenomenon when you can electrochemically deposit a single layer of atoms (referred to as a monolayer) onto a surface. This technique is often used to add a thin layer of a more noble, expensive metal, or as a means to measure the surface area.

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