Patente und Publikationen

 

Patente

  • GB2341561 A: Hydrogen Purifier (22-03-2000), G. Hoogers
  • EP1155465: Electrode Structure (21-11-2001), S.J. Cooper, G.

    Hoogers

  • EP1192681: Gas Diffusion Substrate And Electrode

    (03-04-2002),

    S.C. Ball, S.J. Cooper, G.A. Hards, G. Hoogers, D. Thompsett

 

Publikationen

  • Masters Thesis (Diplomarbeit): Untersuchungen zur

    Sauerstoffadsorption

    und zur Oxidation von Palladium- und Rhodiumclustern in Gassensoren,

    April

    1990

  • Proceedings Cleveland Sensor Conference: The Uptake of

    Oxygen

    by Noble Metal Clusters on Gas Sensors, G. Hoogers, R. Huck, D. Kohl

    und

    G. Heiland, September 1990

  • The Uptake of Oxygen by Noble Metal Clusters on Gas

    Sensors,

    G. Hoogers, R. Huck, D. Kohl, and G. Heiland, Sensors and Actuators B9

    (1992) 123

  • Thin Oxide Film Growth on Fe(100), G.W.R. Leibbrandt, G.

    Hoogers,

    and F.H.P.M. Habraken, Phys. Rev. Lett. 68, 12 (1992) 1947

  • Adsorbate-Induced Step-Doubling Reconstruction of a

    Vicinal

    Metal Surface: Oxygen on Rh{332}, G. Hoogers and D.A. King, Surf. Sci

    286

    (1993) 306

  • Strain-Induced Disordering of Metal Surfaces: Rapid Laser

    Heating of Rh{111} and Rh{332}, G. Hoogers, D.C. Papageorgopoulos and

    D.A.

    King, Surf. Sci 310 (1994) 147

  • Dispersion of Small Amounts of a Pd Catalyst Determined by

    Oxygen TPD, G. Hoogers, V. Sommer and D. Kohl, to be published in J.

    Catal.

  • The Influence of Co-Adsorbates (K, O) on the Autocatalytic

    Decomposition of Acetic Acid on Rh{111}, D.C. Papageorgopoulos, G.

    Hoogers

    and D.A. King, Surface Review and Letters 1 (1994) 553

  • Self-Acceleration in the Decomposition of Acetic Acid on

    Rh{111}

    and Rh{332}: A Combined TPD and Laser Induced Desorption Study, G.

    Hoogers,

    D.C. Papageorgopoulos, Q. Ge and D.A. King, Surf. Sci. 340 (1995) 23

  • A General Theory for Phase Change Kinetics with Universal

    Growth Exponents, G. Hoogers and D.A. King, Chem. Phys. Lett. (1997)

  • Diffusion on a Stepped Surface: H and D on Rh{332}, G.

    Hoogers,

    B. Lesiák-Or?owska and D.A. King,

    Surf.Sci.

    327 (1995) 47

  • Ph.D. thesis: Ordering, Diffusion and Laser-Induced

    Disordering

    on Rh{111} and Rh{332} surfaces, Cambridge, July 1994

  • Reformate Tolerance in Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel

    Cells:

    Electrocatalyst Solutions, S.J. Cooper, A.G. Gunner, G. Hoogers and D.

    Thompsett, in: New Materials for Fuel Cells and Modern Battery systems,

    O. Savadogo and P.R. Roberge (Eds.), 1997

  • Fuel cells: power for the future, G. Hoogers, Physics

    World

    11 (1998) 31, (Link)

  • Fuel cells - their potential as the ultimate source of

    clean

    power, G. Hoogers and L.C. Potter, Renewable Energy World 2 (1999) 50, (Link)

  • Fuel Cell Catalysis: Releasing the potential of clean

    power,

    G. Hoogers and D. Thompsett, Chemistry and Industry, November 1999

  • The role of catalysis in proton exchange membrane fuel

    cell

    technology, G. Hoogers and D. Thompsett, CaTTech 3 (1999) 106

  • Brennstoffzellen – Motoren der Zukunft?, G. Hoogers,

    Physikalische

    Blätter 56 (2000) 53, (Link)

  • Renewable fuel cell power from biogas, A.-K. Lehmann,

    A.E.

    Russell, and G. Hoogers, Renewable Energy World 4(6) (2001), (Link)

  • Fuel Cell Technology Handbook, G. Hoogers (editor and

    author

    of five chapters), CRC Press, Boca Raton, 2003, (Link)

  • Fuel Cells, G. Hoogers, in: Dorff (ed.): Handbook

    of electrical engineering, CRC Press, Boca Raton, accepted for

    publication

  • S.C. Ball, A. Hodgkinson, G. Hoogers, S. Maniguet, D.

    Thompsett,

    B. Wong, submitted to Electrochem. Solid State Lett.

  • The status of fuel cell cogeneration, G. Hoogers, COSPP,

    July 2003

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