Principal Investigator Stephan Barcikowski

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stephan Barcikowski

Phone: +49 201 183 3150

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Technical Chemistry I
Faculty of Chemistry
University of Duisburg-Essen

Project Area CC5: Pulsed Laser Post Processing of Transition Metal Oxide Nanocatalysts with Defined Defect Structure

Project C5 applies pulsed laser post-processing (PLPP) for modifying particle morphologies and defect densities by application of defined photon energies and fluxes.

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  1. Waag, F., Gökce, B., Kalapu, C., Bendt, G., Salamon, S., Landers, J., Hagemann, U., Heidelmann, M., Schulz, S., Wende, H., Hartmann, N., Behrens, M., Barcikowski, S.: Adjusting the catalytic properties of cobalt ferrite nanoparticles by pulsed laser fragmentation in water with defined energy dose. In: Scientific Reports 7 (2017), S. 1-13.
  2. Dong, W.; Reichenberger, S.; Chu, S.; Weide, P.; Ruland, H.; Barcikowski, S.; Wagener, P.; Muhler, M.: The effect of the Au loading on the liquid-phase aerobic oxidation of ethanol over Au/TiO2 catalysts prepared by pulsed laser ablation. In: Journal of Catalysis 330 (2015), S. 497-506.
  3. Zhang, D.; Gökce, B.; Notthoff, C.; Barcikowski, S.: Layered Seed-Growth of AgGe Football-like Microspheres via Precursor-Free Picosecond Laser Synthesis in Water: In Scientific Reports 5 (2015), S.13661.
  4. Gu, S.; Kaiser, J.; Marzun, G.; Ott, A.; Lu, Y.; Ballauff, M.; Zaccone, A.; Barcikowski, S.; Wagener, P.: Ligand-free Gold Nanoparticles as a Reference Material for Kinetic Modelling of Catalytic Reduction of 4-Nitrophenol. In: Catalysis Letters 145 (2015), Nr. 5, S. 1105-1112.
  5. Marzun, G.; Nakamura, J.; Zhang, X.; Barcikowski, S.; Wagener, P.: Size control and supporting of palladium nanoparticles made by laserablation in saline solution as a facile route to heterogeneous catalysts. In: Applied Surface Science 348 (2015), S. 75-84.
  6. Lau, M.; Ziefuss, A.; Komossa, T.; Barcikowski, S.: Inclusion of supported gold nanoparticles into their semiconductor support. In: Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 17 (2015), Nr. 43, S. 29311-29318. 
  7. Lau, M.; Barcikowski, S.: Quantification of mass-specific laser energy input converted into particle properties during picosecond pulsed laser fragmentation of zinc oxide and boron carbide in liquids. In: Applied Surface Science 348 (2015), S. 22-29.
  8. Merk, V.; Rehbock, C.; Becker, F.; Hagemann, U.; Nienhaus, H.; Barcikowski, S.: In situ Non-DLVO Stabilization of Surfactant-Free, Plasmonic Gold Nanoparticles: Effect of Hofmeister's Anions. In: Langmuir 30 (2014), Nr. 15, S. 4213-4222.
  9. Lau, M.; Niemann, R. G.; Bartsch, M.; O’Neill, W.; Barcikowski, S.: Near-field-enhanced, off-resonant laser sintering of semiconductor particles for additive manufacturing of dispersed Au-ZnO-micro/nano hybrid structures. In: Applied Physics A 114 (2014), Nr. 4, S. 1023-1030.
  10. Lau, M.; Haxhiaj, I.; Wagener, P.; Intartaglia, R.; Brandi, F.; Nakamura, J.; Barcikowski, S.: Ligand-free gold atom clusters adsorbed on graphene nano sheets generated by oxidative laser fragmentation in water. In: Chemical Physics Letters 610-611 (2014), S. 256-260.