Christopher D. Taylor
Christopher D. Taylor
Fontana Corrosion Center, The Ohio State University
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First principles reaction modeling of the electrochemical interface: Consideration and calculation of a tunable surface potential from atomic and electronic structure
CD Taylor, SA Wasileski, JS Filhol, M Neurock
Physical Review B 73 (16), 165402, 2006
Calculated phase diagrams for the electrochemical oxidation and reduction of water over Pt (111)
J Rossmeisl, JK N°rskov, CD Taylor, MJ Janik, M Neurock
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 110 (43), 21833-21839, 2006
First-principles analysis of the initial electroreduction steps of oxygen over Pt (111)
MJ Janik, CD Taylor, M Neurock
Journal of the Electrochemical Society 156 (1), B126, 2008
Structure of Fe–Nx–C Defects in Oxygen Reduction Reaction Catalysts from First-Principles Modeling
EF Holby, G Wu, P Zelenay, CD Taylor
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 118 (26), 14388-14393, 2014
Theoretical insights into the structure and reactivity of the aqueous/metal interface
CD Taylor, M Neurock
Current Opinion in Solid State and Materials Science 9 (1-2), 49-65, 2005
Evaluation of first-principles techniques for obtaining materials parameters of α-uranium and the (001) α-uranium surface
CD Taylor
Physical Review B 77 (9), 094119, 2008
First principles analysis of the electrocatalytic oxidation of methanol and carbon monoxide
MJ Janik, CD Taylor, M Neurock
Topics in Catalysis 46 (3-4), 306-319, 2007
First-Principles Calculations of the Electrochemical Reactions of Water at an Immersed Ni (111)∕ H2O Interface
C Taylor, RG Kelly, M Neurock
Journal of the Electrochemical Society 153 (12), E207, 2006
Activity of N-coordinated multi-metal-atom active site structures for Pt-free oxygen reduction reaction catalysis: Role of* OH ligands
EF Holby, CD Taylor
Scientific reports 5 (1), 1-4, 2015
First-principles investigation of the fundamental corrosion properties of a model Cu38 nanoparticle and the (111),(113) surfaces
CD Taylor, M Neurock, JR Scully
Journal of the Electrochemical Society 155 (8), C407, 2008
Integrated computational materials engineering of corrosion resistant alloys
CD Taylor, P Lu, J Saal, GS Frankel, JR Scully
npj Materials Degradation 2 (1), 1-10, 2018
Ab initio calculations of the uranium–hydrogen system: Thermodynamics, hydrogen saturation of α-U and phase-transformation to UH3
CD Taylor, T Lookman, RS Lillard
Acta materialia 58 (3), 1045-1055, 2010
Theoretical analysis of the nature of hydrogen at the electrochemical interface between water and a Ni (111) single-crystal electrode
C Taylor, RG Kelly, M Neurock
Journal of the Electrochemical Society 154 (3), F55, 2007
Technetium incorporation into goethite (α-FeOOH): An atomic-scale investigation
FN Smith, CD Taylor, W Um, AA Kruger
Environmental science & technology 49 (22), 13699-13707, 2015
A first-principles surface reaction kinetic model for hydrogen evolution under cathodic and anodic conditions on magnesium
CD Taylor
Journal of the Electrochemical Society 163 (9), C602, 2016
A first-principles analysis of the chemisorption of hydroxide on copper under electrochemical conditions: A probe of the electronic interactions that control chemisorption atá…
CD Taylor, RG Kelly, M Neurock
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry 607 (1-2), 167-174, 2007
Ab-initio calculations of the hydrogen–uranium system: Surface phenomena, absorption, transport and trapping
CD Taylor, RS Lillard
Acta materialia 57 (16), 4707-4715, 2009
Control of graphene nanoribbon vacancies by Fe and N dopants: Implications for catalysis
EF Holby, CD Taylor
Applied Physics Letters 101 (6), 064102, 2012
Localised corrosion: general discussion
G Frankel, G Thornton, S Street, T Rayment, D Williams, A Cook, ...
Faraday Discussions 180, 381-414, 2015
First-principles insights into the structure of the incipient magnesium oxide and its instability to decomposition: Oxygen chemisorption to Mg (0001) and thermodynamic stability
MF Francis, CD Taylor
Physical Review B 87 (7), 075450, 2013
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