Thomas Kropp

Diplom in Chemistry, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Institut für Chemie
Dr. rer. nat., Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Institut für Chemie

2745 Engineering Hall
608-265-3777
t@wisc.edu

  • Feodor Lynen Research Fellowship (2017)
Publications:

  1. O2 Activation on Ceria Catalysts — The Importance of Substrate Crystallographic Orientation”, C. Yang, X. Yu, S. Heißler, P. G. Weidler, A. Nefedov, Y. Wang, C. Wöll, T. Kropp, J. Paier, J. Sauer, Angewandte Chemie International Edition 56, 16399 (2017). [DOI]
  2. Toward an Understanding of Selective Alkyne Hydrogenation on Ceria: On the Impact of O Vacancies on H2 Interaction with CeO2(111)”, K. Werner, X. Wang, F. Calaza, M. Sterrer, T. Kropp, J. Paier, J. Sauer, M. Wilde, K. Fukutani, S. Shaikhutdinov, H.-J. Freund, Journal of the American Chemical Society 139, 17608 (2017). [DOI]
  3. Interactions of Water with the (111) and (100) Surfaces of Ceria”, T. Kropp, J. Paier, and J. Sauer, Journal of Physical Chemistry C 121, 21571 (2017). [DOI]
  4. Oxidative Dehydrogenation of Methanol at Ceria-Supported Vanadia Oligomers”, T. Kropp, J. Paier, and J. Sauer, Journal of Catalysis 352, 382 (2017). [DOI]
  5. Methanol Adsorption on Monocrystalline Ceria Surfaces”, C. Yang, F. Bebensee, A. Nefedov, C. Wöll, T. Kropp, L. Komissarov, C. Penschke, R. Moerer, J. Paier, and J. Sauer, Journal of Catalysis 336, 116 (2016). [DOI]
  6. Activity versus Selectivity of the Methanol Oxidation at Ceria Surfaces: A Comparative First-principles Study”, T. Kropp and J. Paier, Journal of Physical Chemistry C 119, 23021 (2015). [DOI]
  7. Support Effect in Oxide Catalysis: Methanol Oxidation on Vanadia/Ceria”, T. Kropp, J. Paier, and J. Sauer, Journal of the American Chemical Society 136, 14616 (2014). [DOI]
  8. Reactions of Methanol with Pristine and Defective Ceria (111) Surfaces: A Comparison of Density Functionals”, T. Kropp and J. Paier, Journal of Physical Chemistry C 118, 23690 (2014). [DOI]
  9. Stability and Migration Barriers of Small Vanadium Oxide Clusters on the CeO2(111) Surface Studied by Density Functional Theory”, J. Paier, T. Kropp, C. Penschke, and J. Sauer, Faraday Discussions 162, 233 (2013). [DOI]