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  1. Amine-functionalized graphene/CdS composite for photocatalytic reduction of CO2

    ACS Catalysis / Vol. 7(10), 7064-7069 / 2017 / Jung, Hee Tae / CO2 > CO2 Conversion Technology

  2. Current Status of Solar-energy-based CO2 Conversion to Fuels

    Current Photovoltaic Research / Vol. 5(4), 122-134 / 2017 / Jung, Yeon Sik / CO2 > CO2 Conversion Technology

  3. Surface Plasmon Aided Ethanol Dehydrogenation Using Ag–Ni Binary Nanoparticles

    ACS Catalysis / Vol. 7(4), 2294-2302 / 2017 / Lee, Hyunjoo / CO2 > CO2 Conversion Technology

  4. Expanding Depletion Region via Doping: Zn-Doped Cu2O Buffer Layer in Cu2O Photocathodes for Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting

    Korean Jounal of Chemical Engineering / Vol. 34(12), 3214-3219 / 2017 / Lee, Doh Chang / CO2 > CO2 Conversion Technology

  5. Colloidal zinc oxide-copper(I) oxide nanocatalysts for selective aqueous photocatalytic carbon dioxide conversion into methane

    Nature Communications / Vol. 8(1156) / 2017 / Song, Hyunjoon / CO2 > CO2 Conversion Technology

  6. Engineering Reaction Kinetics by Tailoring the Metal Tips of Metal-Semiconductor Nanodumbbells

    Nano Letters / Vol. 17(9), 5688-5694 / 2017 / Song, Hyunjoon / CO2 > CO2 Conversion Technology

  7. Rh(0)/Rh(III) core–shell nanoparticles as heterogeneous catalysts for cyclic carbonate synthesis

    Chemical Communications / Vol. 53(2), 384-387 / 2017 / Song, Hyunjoon / CO2 > CO2 Conversion Technology

  8. Technical and Strategic Approaches for CO2 Management in Refining Businesses

    Saudi Aramco Journal of Technology / Vol. / 2017 / Lee, Jay Hyung / CO2 > CO2 Reduction by Enhancing Energy Efficiency

  9. Negative Effects of Dopants on Copper-Ceria Catalysts for CO Preferential Oxidation Under the Presence of CO2 and H2O

    Catalysis Letters / Vol. 147, 2987-3003 / 2017 / Bae, Joongmyeon / CO2 > CO2 Reduction by Enhancing Energy Efficiency

  10. Pre-reforming of higher hydrocarbons contained associated gas using a pressurized reactor with a Ni19.5-Ru0.05/CGO catalyst

    Chemical Engineering Science / Vol. 168, 15-22 / 2017 / Bae, Joongmyeon / CO2 > CO2 Reduction by Enhancing Energy Efficiency

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