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Electrochemistry Lab for Energy and Environment (ELEE)

The electrocatalytic hydrogen cycle with carbon and nitrogen resources is of emerging interest for

renewable energy and environment.

ELEE focuses on developing efficient and high-performing electrocatalysis system

for carbon and nitrogen mediated hydrogen cycle.

 

Currently, in ELEE, there are available positions for master & PhD candidates and

Post-Docs who are motivated in electrocatalysis.

Recent Publications

Metal-organic framework

Metal–organic framework-mediated strategy for enhanced methane production on copper nanoparticles in electrochemical CO2 reduction

Mun Kyoung Kim, Hyeok Joo Kim, Hyungseob Lim, Youngkook Kwon*, Hyung Mo Jeong*. “Metal–organic framework-mediated strategy for enhanced methane production on copper nanoparticles in electrochemical CO2 reduction”

Electrochim. Acta, 2019, 306, 28-34

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Current achievements and the future direction of electrochemical CO2 reduction: A short review

Mi-Young Lee, Ki Tae Park, Wonhee Lee, Hyungseob Lim, Youngkook Kwon & Seoktae Kang, “Current achievements and the future direction of electrochemical CO2 reduction: A short review”

CREST

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Electrochemically Li-intercalated TiO2 nanoparticles for High performance photocatalytic production of hydrogen

Mun Kyoung Kim, Woo Hyeong Sim, Miri Choi, Hyungseob Lim, Youngkook Kwon, Hyung Mo Jeong, “Electrochemically Li-intercalated TiO2 nanoparticles for High performance photocatalytic production of hydrogen”

Catal Tod

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Mass-Produced Electrochemically Exfoliated Graphene for Ultrahigh Thermally Conductive Paper Using a Multimetal Electrode System

Yeon Ju Kwon, Youngkook Kwon, Ho Seok Park,* and Jea Uk Lee*, “Mass-Produced Electrochemically Exfoliated Graphene for Ultrahigh Thermally Conductive Paper Using a Multimetal Electrode System”

Adv Mater Interfaces

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effective of mass transfer

Effect of mass transfer and kinetics in ordered Cu-mesostructures for electrochemical CO2 reduction

Hakhyeon Song, Mintaek Im, Jun Tae Song, Jung-Ae Lim, Beom-Sik Kim, Youngkook Kwon*, Sangwoo Ryu*, Jihun Oh*. “Effect of mass transfer and kinetics in ordered Cu-mesostructures for electrochemical CO2 reduction”

Appl. Catal. B: Environ. 232, 2018, 391-396

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