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Dario Stacchiola

Assistant Professor
Chemistry
Michigan Technological University
United States of America

Biography

Dr. Dario Stacchiola is currently working as a Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry, Michigan Technological University , USA. His research interests includes Understanding the elemental chemical processes on simple model surfaces under pristine conditions, Synthesis of metal and oxide nanoparticles deposited on novel film oxides, and their multi-technique characterization by photoelectron and infrared spectroscopies and scanning probe microscopy, in combination with theoretical models. He /she is serving as an editorial member and reviewer of several international reputed journals. Dr. Dario Stacchiola is the member of many international affiliations. He/ She has successfully completed his Administrative responsibilities. He /she has authored of many research articles/books related to Understanding the elemental chemical processes on simple model surfaces under pristine conditions, Synthesis of metal and oxide nanoparticles deposited on novel film oxides, and their multi-technique characterization by photoelectron and infrared spectroscopies and scanning probe microscopy, in combination with theoretical models.

Research Interest

Understanding the elemental chemical processes on simple model surfaces under pristine conditions, Synthesis of metal and oxide nanoparticles deposited on novel film oxides, and their multi-technique characterization by photoelectron and infrared spectroscopies and scanning probe microscopy, in combination with theoretical models

Publications

  • “Interaction of CO with OH on Au(111): HCOO, CO3 and HOCO as Key Intermediates in the Water-Gas Shift Reaction”, S Senanayake, D Stacchiola, P Liu, CB Mullins, J Hrbek, J Rodriguez J. Phys. Chem. C 113, 19536–19544. 2009

  • “Resolving the Atomic Structure of Vanadia Monolayer Catalysts: Monomers, Trimers and Oligomers on Ceria”, M Baron, H Abbott, O Bondarchuk, D Stacchiola, A Uhl, S Shaikhutdinov,HJ Freund, C Popa, MV Ganduglia-Pirovano, J Sauer, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed 48, 8006 - 8009. 2009.

  • “One-dimensional supramolecular surface structures: 1,4- diisocyanobenzene on Au(111) surfaces”, JA Boscoboinik, FC Calaza, Z Habeeb, DW Bennett, DJ Stacchiola, MA Purino, WT Tysoe, ACS Nano. In press.

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