Honors in Chemistry
Date of Award
Gregory W. Bishop
Thesis Professor Department
Dane W. Scott
Metal nanoparticles have been a primary focus in areas of catalysis and electrocatalysis applications as a result of their large surface area-to-volume ratios. While there is an increased interest in understanding the properties and behaviors of metal nanoparticles, they can become expensive over time. Recent research has incorporated the idea of using heteroatom-doped materials as a cheaper catalytic alternative to metal nanoparticles. In this study nitrogen-doping and phosphorous-doping techniques were applied to chemical vapor-deposited carbon ultramicroelectrodes in order to study the electrocatalytic properties toward the oxygen reduction reaction and the enhanced affinity for the deposition of gold nanoparticles onto the electrodes.
East Tennessee State University
Honors Thesis - Withheld
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Sanwick, Alexis, "Heteroatom-Doped Chemical Vapor Deposition Carbon Ultramicroelectrodes" (2020). Undergraduate Honors Theses. Paper 592. https://dc.etsu.edu/honors/592
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