Light-driven catalysis
We combine metal oxide clusters with light-absorbers for productive light-driven chemistry.
Molecular Molybdenum Sulfide Hydrogen Evolution Catalysis
Molecular Molybdenum Sulfide Hydrogen Evolution Catalysis

Molybdenum sulfides are promising catalysts for hydrogen evolution. We are studying molecular analogues, thiomolybdates, to improve our understanding of the high hydrogen evolution reactivity of this materials class.

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Molecular Vanadium Oxide Catalysis
Molecular Vanadium Oxide Catalysis

The incorporation of cerium(III) centers in molecular vanadium oxide clusters has allowed us to access visible light-driven photoredox catalysts with high stability and oxidative reactivity.

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Molecular Molybdenum Sulfide Hydrogen Evolution Catalysis
Molecular Molybdenum Sulfide Hydrogen Evolution Catalysis

Molybdenum sulfides are promising catalysts for hydrogen evolution. We are studying molecular analogues, thiomolybdates, to improve our understanding of the high hydrogen evolution reactivity of this materials class.

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