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Jun. Prof. Nieves Lopez Salas

Jun. Prof. Nieves Lopez Salas

Sustainable Materials Chemistry - AK Jun. Prof. Lopez Salas


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Catalytic Properties of High Nitrogen Content Carbonaceous Materials

E. Lepre, S. Rat, C. Cavedon, P.H. Seeberger, B. Pieber, M. Antonietti, N. Lopez Salas, Angewandte Chemie International Edition (2022), 62(2)


Mn(<scp>ii</scp>) sub-nanometric site stabilization in noble, N-doped carbonaceous materials for electrochemical CO<sub>2</sub> reduction

J. Kossmann, M.L.O. Sánchez-Manjavacas, J. Brandt, T. Heil, N. Lopez Salas, J. Albero, Chemical Communications (2022), 58(31), pp. 4841-4844

<jats:p>The reported N-doped noble carbonaceous support provides strong stabilization of Mn(<jats:sc>ii</jats:sc>) sub-nanometric active sites as well as a convenient coordination environment to produce CO, HCOOH and CH<jats:sub>3</jats:sub>COOH from electrochemical CO<jats:sub>2</jats:sub> reduction.</jats:p>

Efficient ethanol electro-reforming on bimetallic anodes supported on adenine-based noble carbons: hydrogen production and value-added chemicals

A. Rodríguez-Gómez, E. Lepre, F. Dorado, L. Sanchez-Silva, N. Lopez Salas, A.R. de la Osa, Materials Today Energy (2022), 32, 101231


Constructing Interfacial Boron‐Nitrogen Moieties in Turbostratic Carbon for Electrochemical Hydrogen Peroxide Production

Z. Tian, Q. Zhang, L. Thomsen, N. Gao, J. Pan, R. Daiyan, J. Yun, J. Brandt, N. Lopez Salas, F. Lai, Q. Li, T. Liu, R. Amal, X. Lu, M. Antonietti, Angewandte Chemie International Edition (2022), 61(37)


Overcoming Electron Transfer Efficiency Bottlenecks for Hydrogen Production in Highly Crystalline Carbon Nitride‐Based Materials

I.F. Teixeira, N.V. Tarakina, I.F. Silva, N. Lopez Salas, A. Savateev, M. Antonietti, Advanced Sustainable Systems (2022), 6(3), 2100429


Ni-based electrocatalysts for unconventional CO2 reduction reaction to formic acid

E. Lepre, J. Heske, M. Nowakowski, E. Scoppola, I. Zizak, T. Heil, T.D. Kühne, M. Antonietti, N. Lopez Salas, J. Albero, Nano Energy (2022), 97, 107191


“We Are Here!” Oxygen Functional Groups in Carbons for Electrochemical Applications

M. Jerigová, M. Odziomek, N. Lopez Salas, ACS Omega (2022), 7(14), pp. 11544-11554


Following carbon condensation by <i>in situ</i> TEM: towards a rational understanding of the processes in the synthesis of nitrogen-doped carbonaceous materials

D. Piankova, J. Kossmann, H. Zschiesche, M. Antonietti, N. Lopez Salas, N.V. Tarakina, Journal of Materials Chemistry A (2022), 10(47), pp. 25220-25229

<jats:p> <jats:italic>In situ</jats:italic> TEM heating experiments combined with extensive chemical, structural and sorption analysis reveal the nanoscale mechanism of porosity formation in carbonaceous materials obtained directly from molecular precursors.</jats:p>

Modulating between 2e<sup>−</sup> and 4e<sup>−</sup> pathways in the oxygen reduction reaction with laser-synthesized iron oxide-grafted nitrogen-doped carbon

H. Wang, M. Jerigova, J. Hou, N.V. Tarakina, S. Delacroix, N. Lopez Salas, V. Strauss, Journal of Materials Chemistry A (2022), 10(45), pp. 24156-24166

<jats:p>Laser patterning of different precursor mixtures allows modulating the selectivity of iron oxide supported on N-doped carbons for ORR electrocatalysis.</jats:p>

“Red Carbon”: A Rediscovered Covalent Crystalline Semiconductor

M. Odziomek, P. Giusto, J. Kossmann, N.V. Tarakina, J. Heske, S.M. Rivadeneira, W. Keil, C. Schmidt, S. Mazzanti, O. Savateev, L. Perdigón‐Toro, D. Neher, T.D. Kühne, M. Antonietti, N. Lopez Salas, Advanced Materials (2022), 34(40), 2206405


Real-Space Identification of Non-Noble Single Atomic Catalytic Sites within Metal-Coordinated Supramolecular Networks

B. Schulze Lammers, N. Lopez Salas, J. Stein Siena, H. Mirhosseini, D. Yesilpinar, J. Heske, T.D. Kühne, H. Fuchs, M. Antonietti, H. Mönig, ACS Nano (2022), 16(9), pp. 14284-14296


C <sub>1</sub> N <sub>1</sub> Thin Films from Guanine Decomposition Fragments

M. Jerigová, J. Heske, T. Kühne, Z. Tian, M. Tovar, M. Odziomek, N. Lopez Salas, Advanced Materials Interfaces (2022), 2202061



Laser-carbonization: Peering into the formation of micro-thermally produced (N-doped)carbons

H. Wang, S. Delacroix, O. Osswald, M. Anderson, T. Heil, E. Lepre, N. Lopez Salas, R.B. Kaner, B. Smarsly, V. Strauss, Carbon (2021), 176, pp. 500-510


Caffeine-Derived Noble Carbons as Ball Milling-Resistant Cathode Materials for Lithium-Ion Capacitors

I.K. Ilic, E. Lepre, N. Lopez Salas, ACS Applied Materials &amp; Interfaces (2021), acsami.1c06013


Carbonaceous Materials: The Beauty of Simplicity

N. Lopez Salas, M. Antonietti, Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan (2021), 94(12), pp. 2822-2828


PtRu nanoparticles supported on noble carbons for ethanol electrooxidation

A. Rodríguez-Gómez, E. Lepre, L. Sánchez-Silva, N. Lopez Salas, A.R. de la Osa, Journal of Energy Chemistry (2021), 66, pp. 168-180


Cu<sup>II</sup>/Cu<sup>I</sup> decorated N-doped carbonaceous electrocatalysts for the oxygen reduction reaction

J. Kossmann, M.L. Ortíz Sánchez-Manjavacas, H. Zschiesche, N.V. Tarakina, M. Antonietti, J. Albero, N. Lopez Salas, Journal of Materials Chemistry A (2021), 10(11), pp. 6107-6114

<jats:p>Copper- and nitrogen-doped carbonaceous materials, obtained by a simple synthetic procedure are highly efficient and fast catalysts for the oxygen reduction reaction. It is shown, that Cu(<jats:sc>i</jats:sc>) containing materials perform with faster reaction kinetics.</jats:p>

Ultrahigh water sorption on highly nitrogen doped carbonaceous materials derived from uric acid

J. Kossmann, R. Rothe, T. Heil, M. Antonietti, N. Lopez Salas, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science (2021), 602, pp. 880-888



C <sub>2</sub> N: A Class of Covalent Frameworks with Unique Properties

Z. Tian, N. Lopez Salas, C. Liu, T. Liu, M. Antonietti, Advanced Science (2020), 7(24), 2001767


Guanine‐Derived Porous Carbonaceous Materials: Towards C <sub>1</sub> N <sub>1</sub>

J. Kossmann, T. Heil, M. Antonietti, N. Lopez Salas, ChemSusChem (2020), 13(24), pp. 6643-6650


Guanine condensates as covalent materials and the concept of cryptopores

J. Kossmann, D. Piankova, N.V. Tarakina, J. Heske, T.D. Kühne, J. Schmidt, M. Antonietti, N. Lopez Salas, Carbon (2020), 172, pp. 497-505


Rediscovering Forgotten Members of the Graphene Family

N. Lopez Salas, J. Kossmann, M. Antonietti, Accounts of Materials Research (2020), 1(2), pp. 117-122


Further Extending the Dilution Range of the “Solvent-in-DES” Regime upon the Replacement of Water by an Organic Solvent with Hydrogen Bond Capabilities

N. Lopez Salas, J.M. Vicent-Luna, E. Posada, S. Imberti, R.M. Madero-Castro, S. Calero, C.O. Ania, R.J. Jiménez-Riobóo, M.C. Gutiérrez, M.L. Ferrer, F. del Monte, ACS Sustainable Chemistry &amp; Engineering (2020), 8(32), pp. 12120-12131


Thin films of poly(vinylidene fluoride-<i>co</i>-hexafluoropropylene)-ionic liquid mixtures as amperometric gas sensing materials for oxygen and ammonia

J. Lee, G. Hussain, N. Lopez Salas, D.R. MacFarlane, D.S. Silvester, The Analyst (2020), 145(5), pp. 1915-1924

<p>A gas sensor comprising of a planar electrode device covered with a thin layer of gel polymer electrolyte gave accurate and fast sensing responses for oxygen and ammonia detection in both the cathodic and anodic potential regions.</p>


Looking at the “Water-in-Deep-Eutectic-Solvent” System: A Dilution Range for High Performance Eutectics

N. Lopez Salas, J.M. Vicent-Luna, S. Imberti, E. Posada, M.J. Roldán, J.A. Anta, S.R.G. Balestra, R.M. Madero Castro, S. Calero, R.J. Jiménez-Riobóo, M.C. Gutiérrez, M.L. Ferrer, F. del Monte, ACS Sustainable Chemistry &amp; Engineering (2019), 7(21), pp. 17565-17573


Encoding Metal–Cation Arrangements in Metal–Organic Frameworks for Programming the Composition of Electrocatalytically Active Multimetal Oxides

C. Castillo-Blas, N. Lopez Salas, M.C. Gutiérrez, I. Puente-Orench, E. Gutiérrez-Puebla, M.L. Ferrer, Monge, F. Gándara, Journal of the American Chemical Society (2019), 141(4), pp. 1766-1774


Deep eutectic solvents as active media for the preparation of highly conducting 3D free-standing PANI xerogels and their derived N-doped and N-, P-codoped porous carbons

R. Sánchez-Leija, N. Lopez Salas, J. Fierro, M. Gutiérrez, M. Ferrer, J. Mota-Morales, G. Luna-Bárcenas, F.d. Monte, Carbon (2019), 146, pp. 813-826



Hydrogen-bond supramolecular hydrogels as efficient precursors in the preparation of freestanding 3D carbonaceous architectures containing BCNO nanocrystals and exhibiting a high CO2/CH4 adsorption ratio

N. Lopez Salas, M. Ferrer, M. Gutiérrez, J. Fierro, C. Cuadrado-Collados, J. Gandara-Loe, J. Silvestre-Albero, F. del Monte, Carbon (2018), 134, pp. 470-479


Adjusting the Structure and Electronic Properties of Carbons for Metal‐Free Carbocatalysis of Organic Transformations

M. Antonietti, N. Lopez Salas, A. Primo, Advanced Materials (2018), 31(13), 1805719



Reline aqueous solutions behaving as liquid mixtures of H-bonded co-solvents: microphase segregation and formation of co-continuous structures as indicated by Brillouin and <sup>1</sup>H NMR spectroscopies

E. Posada, N. Lopez Salas, R.J. Jiménez Riobóo, M.L. Ferrer, M.C. Gutiérrez, F. del Monte, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (2017), 19(26), pp. 17103-17110

<p>Deep eutectic solvents (DESs) offer a suitable alternative to conventional solvents in terms of both performance and cost-effectiveness.</p>

Predicting the suitability of aqueous solutions of deep eutectic solvents for preparation of co-continuous porous carbons via spinodal decomposition processes

E. Posada, N. Lopez Salas, D. Carriazo, M. Muñoz-Márquez, C. Ania, R. Jiménez-Riobóo, M. Gutiérrez, M. Ferrer, F.d. Monte, Carbon (2017), 123, pp. 536-547



Tailoring the textural properties of hierarchical porous carbons using deep eutectic solvents

N. Lopez Salas, D. Carriazo, M.C. Gutiérrez, M.L. Ferrer, C.O. Ania, F. Rubio, A. Tamayo, J.L.G. Fierro, F. del Monte, Journal of Materials Chemistry A (2016), 4(23), pp. 9146-9159

<p>DESs containing resorcinol, urea and choline chloride allow the preparation of monolithic carbons with bicontinuous porous structures, the pore dimension of which can be easily tailored by the molar ratio of the components at the original DES.</p>


Phosphorus-doped carbon–carbon nanotube hierarchical monoliths as true three-dimensional electrodes in supercapacitor cells

J. Patiño, N. Lopez Salas, M.C. Gutiérrez, D. Carriazo, M.L. Ferrer, F.d. Monte, Journal of Materials Chemistry A (2015), 4(4), pp. 1251-1263

<p>Phosphorus-doped carbon–carbon nanotube hierarchical monoliths exhibiting energy densities of around 22.6 W h kg<sup>−1</sup> at power densities of up to 10 kW kg<sup>−1</sup> were capable of functioning as true three-dimensional electrodes in supercapacitor cells.</p>

Nitrogen-doped carbons prepared from eutectic mixtures as metal-free oxygen reduction catalysts

N. Lopez Salas, M.C. Gutiérrez, C.O. Ania, M.A. Muñoz-Márquez, M. Luisa Ferrer, F.d. Monte, Journal of Materials Chemistry A (2015), 4(2), pp. 478-488

<p>Deep eutectic solvents (DESs) composed of resorcinol, either 2-cyanophenol or 4-cyanophenol, and choline chloride were used for the synthesis of hierarchical nitrogen-doped carbon molecular sieves.</p>


Efficient nitrogen-doping and structural control of hierarchical carbons using unconventional precursors in the form of deep eutectic solvents

N. Lopez Salas, M.C. Gutiérrez, C.O. Ania, J.L.G. Fierro, M. Luisa Ferrer, F.d. Monte, J. Mater. Chem. A (2014), 2(41), pp. 17387-17399

<p>Deep eutectic solvents formed with unconventional carbon precursors were used for the preparation of hierarchical carbon monoliths and proved effective for doping the resulting carbons with nitrogen.</p>

Use of Eutectic Mixtures for Preparation of Monolithic Carbons with CO<sub>2</sub>-Adsorption and Gas-Separation Capabilities

N. Lopez Salas, E.O. Jardim, A. Silvestre-Albero, M.C. Gutiérrez, M.L. Ferrer, F. Rodríguez-Reinoso, J. Silvestre-Albero, F. del Monte, Langmuir (2014), 30(41), pp. 12220-12228


Sulfur-Doped Carbons Prepared from Eutectic Mixtures Containing Hydroxymethylthiophene as Metal-Free Oxygen Reduction Catalysts

N. Lopez Salas, F. del Monte, A. Tamayo, J.L.G. Fierro, A.L. De Lacey, M.L. Ferrer, M.C. Gutiérrez, ChemSusChem (2014), 7(12), pp. 3347-3355



Improved propene yields from catalytic cracking: The potential of medium-pore zeolites as additives

F. Bager, N. Lopez Salas, S. Ernst, Oil Gas European Magazine (2012), 38(2), pp. 107-111

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