Thomas Burdyny
Thomas Burdyny
Tenure-Track Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering, Delft University of Technology
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CO2 electroreduction to ethylene via hydroxide-mediated copper catalysis at an abrupt interface
CT Dinh*, T Burdyny*, MG Kibria*, A Seifitokaldani*, CM Gabardo, ...
Science 360 (6390), 783-787, 2018
CO 2 reduction on gas-diffusion electrodes and why catalytic performance must be assessed at commercially-relevant conditions
T Burdyny, WA Smith
Energy & Environmental Science 12 (5), 1442-1453, 2019
Steering post-C–C coupling selectivity enables high efficiency electroreduction of carbon dioxide to multi-carbon alcohols
TT Zhuang, ZQ Liang, A Seifitokaldani, Y Li, P De Luna, T Burdyny, F Che, ...
Nature Catalysis 1 (6), 421-428, 2018
Hybrid membrane/cryogenic separation of oxygen from air for use in the oxy-fuel process
T Burdyny, H Struchtrup
Energy 35 (5), 1884-1897, 2010
Copper nanocavities confine intermediates for efficient electrosynthesis of C3 alcohol fuels from carbon monoxide
TT Zhuang, Y Pang, ZQ Liang, Z Wang, Y Li, CS Tan, J Li, CT Dinh, ...
Nature Catalysis 1 (12), 946-951, 2018
Combined high alkalinity and pressurization enable efficient CO 2 electroreduction to CO
CM Gabardo, A Seifitokaldani, JP Edwards, CT Dinh, T Burdyny, ...
Energy & Environmental Science 11 (9), 2531-2539, 2018
Facet-Dependent Selectivity of Cu Catalysts in Electrochemical CO2 Reduction at Commercially Viable Current Densities
GL De Gregorio, T Burdyny, A Loiudice, P Iyengar, WA Smith, ...
ACS catalysis 10 (9), 4854-4862, 2020
A Surface Reconstruction Route to High Productivity and Selectivity in CO2 Electroreduction toward C2+ Hydrocarbons
MG Kibria, CT Dinh, A Seifitokaldani, P De Luna, T Burdyny, ...
Advanced Materials 30 (49), 1804867, 2018
Hydronium-Induced Switching between CO2 Electroreduction Pathways
A Seifitokaldani, CM Gabardo, T Burdyny, CT Dinh, JP Edwards, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 140 (11), 3833-3837, 2018
Nanomorphology-Enhanced Gas-Evolution Intensifies CO2 Reduction Electrochemistry
T Burdyny, PJ Graham, Y Pang, CT Dinh, M Liu, EH Sargent, D Sinton
ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 5 (5), 4031-4040, 2017
Introductory Guide to Assembling and Operating Gas Diffusion Electrodes for Electrochemical CO2 Reduction
K Liu, WA Smith, T Burdyny
ACS energy letters 4 (3), 639-643, 2019
Pathways to industrial-scale fuel out of thin air from CO2 electrolysis
WA Smith, T Burdyny, DA Vermaas, H Geerlings
Joule 3 (8), 1822-1834, 2019
Copper adparticle enabled selective electrosynthesis of n-propanol
J Li, F Che, Y Pang, C Zou, JY Howe, T Burdyny, JP Edwards, Y Wang, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 1-9, 2018
Operando EXAFS study reveals presence of oxygen in oxide-derived silver catalysts for electrochemical CO 2 reduction
NJ Firet, MA Blommaert, T Burdyny, A Venugopal, D Bohra, A Longo, ...
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 7 (6), 2597-2607, 2019
Modeling the electrical double layer to understand the reaction environment in a CO2 electrocatalytic system
D Bohra, JH Chaudhry, T Burdyny, EA Pidko, WA Smith
Energy & Environmental Science 12 (11), 3380-3389, 2019
Electrochemical CO 2 reduction on nanostructured metal electrodes: fact or defect?
R Kas, K Yang, D Bohra, R Kortlever, T Burdyny, WA Smith
Chemical Science 11 (7), 1738-1749, 2020
A penalty on photosynthetic growth in fluctuating light
PJ Graham, B Nguyen, T Burdyny, D Sinton
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-11, 2017
Simplified modeling of active magnetic regenerators
T Burdyny, A Rowe
International Journal of Refrigeration 36 (3), 932-940, 2013
Joint Tuning of Nanostructured Cu-Oxide Morphology and Local Electrolyte Programs High-Rate CO 2 Reduction to C 2 H 4
Y Pang*, T Burdyny*, TC Dinh, KM Golam, J Fan, M Liu, EH Sargent, ...
Green Chemistry, 2017
Role of the Carbon-Based Gas Diffusion Layer on Flooding in a Gas Diffusion Electrode Cell for Electrochemical CO2 Reduction
K Yang, R Kas, WA Smith, T Burdyny
ACS Energy Letters 6 (1), 33-40, 2020
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