Christina M. Johnston
Christina M. Johnston
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High-performance electrocatalysts for oxygen reduction derived from polyaniline, iron, and cobalt
G Wu, KL More, CM Johnston, P Zelenay
Science 332 (6028), 443-447, 2011
Recent advances in non-precious metal catalysis for oxygen-reduction reaction in polymer electrolyte fuel cells
F Jaouen, E Proietti, M Lefèvre, R Chenitz, JP Dodelet, G Wu, HT Chung, ...
Energy & Environmental Science 4 (1), 114-130, 2011
Synthesis–structure–performance correlation for polyaniline–Me–C non-precious metal cathode catalysts for oxygen reduction in fuel cells
G Wu, CM Johnston, NH Mack, K Artyushkova, M Ferrandon, M Nelson, ...
Journal of Materials Chemistry 21 (30), 11392-11405, 2011
Multitechnique characterization of a polyaniline–iron–carbon oxygen reduction catalyst
M Ferrandon, AJ Kropf, DJ Myers, K Artyushkova, U Kramm, P Bogdanoff, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 116 (30), 16001-16013, 2012
A carbon-nanotube-supported graphene-rich non-precious metal oxygen reduction catalyst with enhanced performance durability
G Wu, KL More, P Xu, HL Wang, M Ferrandon, AJ Kropf, DJ Myers, S Ma, ...
Chemical communications 49 (32), 3291-3293, 2013
Cyanamide-derived non-precious metal catalyst for oxygen reduction
HT Chung, CM Johnston, K Artyushkova, M Ferrandon, DJ Myers, ...
Electrochemistry Communications 12 (12), 1792-1795, 2010
Stability of iron species in heat-treated polyaniline–iron–carbon polymer electrolyte fuel cell cathode catalysts
M Ferrandon, X Wang, AJ Kropf, DJ Myers, G Wu, CM Johnston, ...
Electrochimica Acta 110, 282-291, 2013
Nafion in dilute solvent systems: dispersion or solution?
C Welch, A Labouriau, R Hjelm, B Orler, C Johnston, YS Kim
ACS Macro Letters 1 (12), 1403-1407, 2012
Graphene-riched Co9S8-NC non-precious metal catalyst for oxygen reduction in alkaline media
G Wu, HT Chung, M Nelson, K Artyushkova, KL More, CM Johnston, ...
ECS transactions 41 (1), 1709, 2011
Growth of ruthenium islands on Pt (hkl) electrodes obtained via repetitive spontaneous deposition
A Crown, C Johnston, A Wieckowski
Surface science 506 (1-2), L268-L274, 2002
Highly durable fuel cell electrodes based on ionomers dispersed in glycerol
YS Kim, CF Welch, NH Mack, RP Hjelm, EB Orler, ME Hawley, KS Lee, ...
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 16 (13), 5927-5932, 2014
In situ STM study of nanosized Ru and Os islands spontaneously deposited on Pt (1 1 1) and Au (1 1 1) electrodes
S Strbac, CM Johnston, GQ Lu, A Crown, A Wieckowski
Surface Science 573 (1), 80-99, 2004
Aqueous-based synthesis of ruthenium–selenium catalyst for oxygen reduction reaction
C Delacôte, A Bonakdarpour, CM Johnston, P Zelenay, A Wieckowski
Faraday Discussions 140, 269-281, 2009
Osmium nanoislands spontaneously deposited on a Pt (111) electrode: an XPS, STM and GIF-XAS study
CK Rhee, M Wakisaka, YV Tolmachev, CM Johnston, R Haasch, ...
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry 554, 367-378, 2003
Synthesis and evaluation of heat-treated, cyanamide-derived non-precious catalysts for oxygen reduction
HT Chung, CM Johnston, P Zelenay
ECS Transactions 25 (1), 485, 2009
Thermally-driven mesopore formation and oxygen release in delithiated NCA cathode particles
MM Besli, AK Shukla, C Wei, M Metzger, J Alvarado, J Boell, D Nordlund, ...
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 7 (20), 12593-12603, 2019
Direct dimethyl ether fuel cell with much improved performance
Q Li, G Wu, CM Johnston, P Zelenay
Electrocatalysis 5, 310-317, 2014
The effect of cathode structures on Nafion membrane durability
B Choi, DA Langlois, N Mack, CM Johnston, YS Kim
Journal of The Electrochemical Society 161 (12), F1154, 2014
Impact of solvent on ionomer structure and fuel cell durability
CM Johnston, KS Lee, T Rockward, A Labouriau, N Mack, YS Kim
ECS Transactions 25 (1), 1617, 2009
A non-precious electrocatalyst for oxygen reduction based on simple heat-treated precursors
HT Chung, CM Johnston, FH Garzon, P Zelenay
ECS Transactions 16 (2), 385, 2008
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