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Sandra Haschke

Sandra Haschke

Sandra Haschke

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Sandra Haschke (C-Bau 0.113-10) studied chemistry at the University of Erlangen and obtained her M. Sc. in 2014 in our group. She now focuses on water oxidation at iron oxide surfaces.

Publications:

S. Haschke, Y. Zhuo, S. Schlicht, M. M. K. Barr, R. Kloth, J. Bachmann
submitted
“Enhanced Oxygen Evolution Reaction Activity of Nanoporous SnO2/Fe2O3/IrO2 Thin Film Composite Electrodes with Ultralow Noble Metal Loading”
S. Haschke, M. Mader, S. Schlicht, A. M. Roberts, A. M. Angeles-Boza, J. A. C. Barth, J. Bachmann
submitted
“Direct oxygen isotope effect identifies the rate-determining step of electrocatalytic oxygen evolution reaction at a metal oxide surface”
S. Haschke, D. Pankin, V. Mikhailovskii, M. K. S. Barr, A. Both-Engel, A. Manshina, J. Bachmann
submitted
“Nanoporous water oxidation electrodes with a low loading of laser-deposited Ru/C exhibit enhanced corrosion stability”
A. Krieger, M. Wagner, S. Haschke, C. Cröckel, J. Bachmann, F. Hauke, A. Hirsch, F. Gröhn
Colloid Polym. Sci. 2018, in press
“Self-assembled hybrid organic MoS3 -nanoparticle catalyst for light energy conversion”
S. Schlicht, S. Haschke, V. Mikhailovskii, A. Manshina, J. Bachmann
ChemElectroChem 2018, 5, 1259-1264
“Optimization of nanoporous water oxidation electrodes based on an original iridium atomic layer deposition reaction”
ChemElectroChem 2018, issue 9 cover
S. Haschke, D. Pankin, Y. Petrov, S. Bochmann, A. Manshina, J. Bachmann
ChemSusChem 2017, 18, 3644-3651
“Design rules for oxygen evolution catalysis at porous iron oxide electrode surfaces: Thousand-fold current density increase”
S. Haschke, Y. Wu, M. Bashouti, S. Christiansen, J. Bachmann
ChemCatChem 2015, 7, 2455-2459
“Engineering nanoporous iron(III) oxide into an effective water oxidation electrode”