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An, Kwangjin (안광진)

Department
School of Energy and Chemical Engineering(에너지화학공학과)
Website
http://anlab.unist.ac.kr/
Lab
Advanced Nanocatalysis Lab. (첨단나노촉매 연구실)
Research Keywords
Nanocatalysis, Nanotechnology, Catalysis, Catalytic Process, C1 Gas Refinery, Biomass Conversion, Environmental Catalysis, Hydrogen Technology, Petrochemical process
Research Interests
Catalytic technology has been widely used in petrochemical processes to make not only oil, but also useful chemicals such as plastics, textiles and detergents. It is also used to remove emissions from cars and factories, and to clean and remove many environmentally harmful substances. Current catalyst technology is being developed to convert various renewable energy to be more efficient and to convert harmful environmental materials into useful. In the An Lab, we are developing catalysis technology that makes more valuable products from carbon dioxide and waste organic materials to solve the problems of global warming and environmental pollution.
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2022-10Versatile Layered Hydroxide Precursors for Generic Synthesis of Cu-Based MaterialsJang, Wonsik; Kim, Jihun; Yoon, Sinmyung, et alARTICLE128 Versatile Layered Hydroxide Precursors for Generic Synthesis of Cu-Based Materials
2022-08Complete utilization of waste lignin: preparation of lignin-derived carbon supports and conversion of lignin-derived guaiacol to nylon precursorsLee, Jun Gyeong; Lee, Shinjae; Lee, Hojeong, et alARTICLE108 Complete utilization of waste lignin: preparation of lignin-derived carbon supports and conversion of lignin-derived guaiacol to nylon precursors
2022-08Boosting Thermal Stability of Volatile Os Catalysts by Downsizing to Atomically Dispersed SpeciesKim, Jae Hyung; Yoon, Sinmyung; Baek, Du San, et alARTICLE96 Boosting Thermal Stability of Volatile Os Catalysts by Downsizing to Atomically Dispersed Species
2022-04Boosting Support Reducibility and Metal Dispersion by Exposed Surface Atom Control for Highly Active Supported Metal CatalystsJang, Myeong Gon; Yoon, Sinmyung; Shin, Dongjae, et alARTICLE229 Boosting Support Reducibility and Metal Dispersion by Exposed Surface Atom Control for Highly Active Supported Metal Catalysts
2022-03Carbothermal shock-induced bifunctional Pt-Co alloy electrocatalysts for high-performance seawater batteriesRyu, Jong Hun; Park, Jaehyun; Park, Jeongwoo, et alARTICLE493 Carbothermal shock-induced bifunctional Pt-Co alloy electrocatalysts for high-performance seawater batteries
2021-12Influence of the Pt size and CeO2 morphology at the Pt-CeO2 interface in CO oxidationYoon, Sinmyung; Ha, Hyunwoo; Kim, Jihun, et alARTICLE157 Influence of the Pt size and CeO2 morphology at the Pt-CeO2 interface in CO oxidation
2021-11Selective phase transformation of layered double hydroxides into mixed metal oxides for catalytic CO oxidationJang, Wonsik; Yoon, Sinmyung; Song, Jaejung, et alARTICLE209 Selective phase transformation of layered double hydroxides into mixed metal oxides for catalytic CO oxidation
2021-09Layered Double Hydroxide-Derived Intermetallic Ni3GaC0.25 Catalysts for Dry Reforming of MethaneKim, Kwang Young; Lee, Jin Ho; Lee, Hojeong, et alARTICLE189 Layered Double Hydroxide-Derived Intermetallic Ni3GaC0.25 Catalysts for Dry Reforming of Methane
2021-06Methane oxidation to formaldehyde over vanadium oxide supported on various mesoporous silicasYang, Euiseob; Lee, Jun Gyeong; Park, Eun Duck, et alARTICLE207 Methane oxidation to formaldehyde over vanadium oxide supported on various mesoporous silicas
2021-04Interfacial effect of Pd supported on mesoporous oxide for catalytic furfural hydrogenationLee, Hojeong; Nguyen-Huy, Chinh; Jang, Eun Jeong, et alARTICLE269 Interfacial effect of Pd supported on mesoporous oxide for catalytic furfural hydrogenation
2021-03Cu2O(100) surface as an active site for catalytic furfural hydrogenationLee, Jihyeon; Seo, Ji Hui; Nguyen-Huy, Chinh, et alARTICLE470 Cu2O(100) surface as an active site for catalytic furfural hydrogenation
2021-03Modified Metal-Organic Frameworks as Efficient Catalysts for Lignocellulosic Biomass ConversionLee, Jun Gyeong; Nam, Eonu; An, KwangjinARTICLE232 Modified Metal-Organic Frameworks as Efficient Catalysts for Lignocellulosic Biomass Conversion
2021-02Revealing Charge Transfer at the Interface of Spinel Oxide and Ceria during CO OxidationYoon, Sinmyung; Jo, Jinwoung; Jeon, Beomjoon, et alARTICLE284 Revealing Charge Transfer at the Interface of Spinel Oxide and Ceria during CO Oxidation
2021-02Atomically Alloyed Fe-Co Catalyst Derived from a N-Coordinated Co Single-Atom Structure for CO2 HydrogenationHwang, Sun-Mi; Han, Seung Ju; Park, Hae-Gu, et alARTICLE313 Atomically Alloyed Fe-Co Catalyst Derived from a N-Coordinated Co Single-Atom Structure for CO2 Hydrogenation
2020-12Al2O3-Coated Ni/CeO2 nanoparticles as coke-resistant catalyst for dry reforming of methaneEuiseob; Nam, Eonu; Lee, Jihyeon, et alARTICLE458 Al2O3-Coated Ni/CeO2 nanoparticles as coke-resistant catalyst for dry reforming of methane
2020-10Recycling Carbon Dioxide through Catalytic Hydrogenation: Recent Key Developments and PerspectivesRa, Eun Cheol; Kim, Kwang Young; Kim, Eun Hyup, et alARTICLE434 Recycling Carbon Dioxide through Catalytic Hydrogenation: Recent Key Developments and Perspectives
2020-10Structural evolution of ZIF-67-derived catalysts for furfural hydrogenationLee, Jun Gyeong; Yoon, Sinmyung; Yang, Euiseob, et alARTICLE271 Structural evolution of ZIF-67-derived catalysts for furfural hydrogenation
2020-08Cobalt Ferrite Nanoparticles to Form a Catalytic Co-Fe Alloy Carbide Phase for Selective CO2 Hydrogenation to Light OlefinsKim, Kwang Young; Lee, Hojeong; Noh, Woo Yeong, et alARTICLE350 Cobalt Ferrite Nanoparticles to Form a Catalytic Co-Fe Alloy Carbide Phase for Selective CO2 Hydrogenation to Light Olefins
2020-06Highly dispersed Pd catalysts supported on various carbons for furfural hydrogenationLee, Jihyeon; Woo, Jinwoo; Chinh Nguyen-Huy, et alARTICLE605 Highly dispersed Pd catalysts supported on various carbons for furfural hydrogenation
2020-03An efficient hydrogenation catalytic model hosted in a stable hyper-crosslinked porous-organic-polymer: from fatty acid to bio-based alkane diesel synthesisSarkar, Chitra; Shit, Subhash Chandra; Duy Quang Dao, et alARTICLE390 An efficient hydrogenation catalytic model hosted in a stable hyper-crosslinked porous-organic-polymer: from fatty acid to bio-based alkane diesel synthesis

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