THE NICHOLS LAB
Electrocatalysis • Inorganic Chemistry • Mechanisms • Spectroscopy
Solution–Phase Porphyrin Aggregation Greatly Impacts Electrocatalytic Performance
January 26th, 2024
Check out our newest preprint where we discuss solution speciation, impacts of aggregation on electrocatalytic CO2 reduction, the role of axial ligands in tuning aggregation, and more!
Read the manuscript here.
We are an inorganic research group with interests in the preparation and interrogation of molecular and interfacial electrocatalysts for sustainable energy applications. We draw conceptual inspiration from enzyme active sites to design efficient, selective, and tunable synthetic catalysts. We use cyclic voltammetry, spectroelectrochemistry, time-resolved FT-IR spectroscopy, and SEIRA spectroscopy to gain a deeper understanding of relevant governing parameters and mechanisms.
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We are located in the Chemistry Department at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada.