David Hibbitts
David Hibbitts
Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Florida
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Reactivity of the gold/water interface during selective oxidation catalysis
BN Zope, DD Hibbitts, M Neurock, RJ Davis
Science 330 (6000), 74-78, 2010
Selective hydrogenolysis of polyols and cyclic ethers over bifunctional surface sites on rhodium-rhenium catalysts
M Chia, YJ Pagan-Torres, D Hibbitts, Q Tan, HN Pham, AK Datye, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2011
Mechanistic role of water on the rate and selectivity of Fischer–Tropsch synthesis on ruthenium catalysts
DD Hibbitts, BT Loveless, M Neurock, E Iglesia
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 52 (47), 12273-12278, 2013
Electrocatalysis: A direct alcohol fuel cell and surface science perspective
B Braunchweig, D Hibbitts, M Neurock, A Wieckowski
Catalysis Today, 2012
Interfacial charge distributions in carbon-supported palladium catalysts
RG Rao, R Blume, TW Hansen, E Fuentes, K Dreyer, S Moldovan, ...
Nature Communications 8 (1), 340, 2017
Metal-Catalyzed C–C Bond Cleavage in Alkanes: Effects of Methyl Substitution on Transition-State Structures and Stability
DW Flaherty, DD Hibbitts, E Iglesia
Journal of the American Chemical Society 136 (27), 9664-9676, 2014
Density functional theory based screening of ternary alkali-transition metal borohydrides: A computational material design project
JS Hummelshĝj, DD Landis, J Voss, T Jiang, A Tekin, N Bork, M Dułak, ...
The Journal of chemical physics 131, 014101, 2009
Influence of oxygen and pH on the selective oxidation of ethanol on Pd catalysts
DD Hibbitts, M Neurock
Journal of Catalysis 299, 261-271, 2013
Dominant Role of Entropy in Stabilizing Sugar Isomerization Transition States within Hydrophobic Zeolite Pores
MJ Cordon, JW Harris, JC Vega-Vila, JS Bates, S Kaur, M Gupta, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 140 (43), 14244-14266, 2018
Kinetic and Mechanistic Assessment of Alkanol/Alkanal Decarbonylation and Deoxygenation Pathways on Metal Catalysts
EI Gürbüz, DD Hibbitts, E Iglesia
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2015
Theoretical and kinetic assessment of the mechanism of ethane hydrogenolysis on metal surfaces saturated with chemisorbed hydrogen
DW Flaherty, DD Hibbitts, EI Gürbüz, E Iglesia
Journal of Catalysis 311, 350-356, 2014
Promotional effects of chemisorbed oxygen and hydroxide in the activation of C–H and O–H bonds over transition metal surfaces
D Hibbitts, M Neurock
Surface Science 650, 210-220, 2016
Preferential activation of CO near hydrocarbon chains during Fischer–Tropsch synthesis on Ru
D Hibbitts, E Dybeck, T Lawlor, M Neurock, E Iglesia
Journal of Catalysis 337, 91-101, 2016
Prevalence of Bimolecular Routes in the Activation of Diatomic Molecules with Strong Chemical Bonds (O2, NO, CO, N2) on Catalytic Surfaces
D Hibbitts, E Iglesia
Accounts of chemical research 48 (5), 1254-1262, 2015
Dense CO Adlayers as Enablers of CO Hydrogenation Turnovers on Ru Surfaces
J Liu, D Hibbitts, E Iglesia
Journal of the American Chemical Society 139 (34), 11789-11802, 2017
Experimental and Theoretical Assessments of Aluminum Proximity in MFI Zeolites and Its Alteration by Organic and Inorganic Structure-Directing Agents
CT Nimlos, AJ Hoffman, YG Hur, BJ Lee, JR Di Iorio, DD Hibbitts, ...
Chemistry of Materials 32 (21), 9277-9298, 2020
Tuning Brĝnsted Acid Strength by Altering Site Proximity in CHA Framework Zeolites
S Nystrom, A Hoffman, D Hibbitts
ACS Catalysis 8 (9), 7842-7860, 2018
Mechanism and Kinetics of Methylating C6–C12 Methylbenzenes with Methanol and Dimethyl Ether in H-MFI Zeolites
M DeLuca, P Kravchenko, A Hoffman, D Hibbitts
ACS Catalysis 9 (7), 6444-6460, 2019
Effects of Chain Length on the Mechanism and Rates of Metal-Catalyzed Hydrogenolysis of n-Alkanes
DD Hibbitts, DW Flaherty, E Iglesia
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 120 (15), 8125-8138, 2016
Role of branching on the rate and mechanism of C–C cleavage in alkanes on metal surfaces
DD Hibbitts, DW Flaherty, E Iglesia
ACS Catalysis 6 (1), 469-482, 2016
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