I have broad research interests, ranging from nanoelectrochemistry, electron transfer kinetics to electrocatalysis (ORR, HOR and CO2 electroreduction) and new electrochemical techniques development, such as on-line MS and in-situ FTIR. I also work on electrochemical energy storage and conversion devices, and perform complimentary simulations to understand the underlying physicochemsitry.
Zhang G, Kucernak ARJ, 2020, The gas accessible membrane electrode (GAME): a versatile platform for elucidating electrocatalytic processes using real time and in situ hyphenated electrochemical techniques, Acs Catalysis, Vol:10, ISSN:2155-5435, Pages:9684-9693
et al., 2018, Mobility and Poisoning of Mass-Selected Platinum Nanoclusters during the Oxygen Reduction Reaction, Acs Catalysis, ISSN:2155-5435, Pages:6775-6790
et al., 2016, Electrochemistry of Fe3+/2+ at highly oriented pyrolytic graphite (HOPG) electrodes: kinetics, identification of major electroactive sites and time effects on the response, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, Vol:18, ISSN:1463-9076, Pages:32387-32395
Unwin PR, Guell AG, Zhang G, 2016, Nanoscale Electrochemistry of sp(2) Carbon Materials: From Graphite and Graphene to Carbon Nanotubes, Accounts of Chemical Research, Vol:49, ISSN:0001-4842, Pages:2041-2048
Zhang G, Walker M, Unwin PR, 2016, Low-Voltage Voltammetric Electrowetting of Graphite Surfaces by Ion Intercalation/Deintercalation, Langmuir, Vol:32, ISSN:0743-7463, Pages:7476-7484