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Mark A. Barteau | Faculty

Mark A. Barteau

Director, Energy Institute;

DTE Energy Professor of Advanced Energy Research;

Professor, Chemical Engineering

3001 Phoenix
barteau@umich.edu
(734) 615-9521

 

 

Short Bio

EDUCATION

Stanford University
PhD Chemical Engineering '81
MS Chemical Engineering '77

Washington University
BS Chemical Engineering '76

Research

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Design of catalysts and nanomaterials to improve efficiency and sustainability of chemicals and fuels production; strategies for utilization of renewable resources.

NOTE FROM PROFESSOR BARTEAU

Energy – clean, sustainable, affordable, environmentally responsible – is the grand challenge of our time.  It is critically important to focus on solutions that are scalable to levels that can make a measurable difference in energy supply, use, environmental impact, etc., while at the same time pursuing fundamental research that will supply the discoveries behind future technologies.

An important challenge is to increase the flexibility of our energy resources, particularly renewable resources, to meet the world’s needs for electricity, housing, manufacturing and transportation.  Chemical fuels from a variety of sources will be a critical part of transportation solutions for decades to come.  Catalysis is at the heart of fuel and chemicals production, and for more than a decade we have been pursuing catalyst design from nano-scale understanding of reaction mechanisms and their connection to catalyst sites. Current efforts in my lab focus on design of novel materials for selective formation of oxygen-containing products from biomass-derived feedstocks as well as from hydrocarbons, and new approaches to the utilization of nano-catalysts in unconventional reaction environments, including energy storage devices.

I also direct the University of Michigan Energy Institute (UMEI).

The mission of UMEI is to chart the path to a clean, affordable and sustainable energy future by applying our strengths in science, technology, economics and policy to produce solutions to meet our energy challenges. The principal research thrusts of UMEI are:

  • Policy, economics and societal impact: Recognizing that pathways to the implementation of technological solutions is via public policy, economics and societal impact, UMEI is pursuing a comprehensive approach to overcoming barriers to the implementation of technical advances;
  • Carbon-free energy sources: With the top-ranked Nuclear Engineering department and a large and growing activity in solar energy materials science, we are addressing energy sources that minimize or eliminate the production of greenhouse gases. In addition to solar and nuclear energy, programs to tap wind and ocean energy are developing those sources for local deployment;
  • Energy storage and utilization: Energy storage is a limiting technology in the development of vehicles powered by batteries and hydrogen, as well as in the integration of intermittent energy sources such as wind and solar into the electric grid. The development of lightweight, cost-effective, high energy density batteries and research on hydrogen storage technologies are major focal points of our work; and,
  • Transportation systems and fuels: U-M is at the center of the world’s automotive industry and automotive engineering is the nation’s premiere program. The development of alternate power plants and fuels for transportation is a strong and growing program involving significant interaction with the automotive industry and growing interaction with the petrochemical industry. The conversion of fuels into more attractive forms is a major challenge in the move away from fossil fuel consumption for transportation.

Professional Experience

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN

  • Professor of Chemical Engineering, 2012-present
  • Director of the University of Michigan Energy Institute, 2012-present
  • DTE Energy Professor of Advanced Energy Research, 2012-present

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE

  • Robert L. Pigford Chair Emeritus of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, 2012-present
  • Senior Vice Provost for Research and Strategic Initiatives, 2008-2012
  • Founding Director, University of Delaware Energy Institute, 2007-2008
  • Robert L. Pigford Endowed Chair of Chemical Engineering, 2005-2012
  • Chairperson, Department of Chemical Engineering, 2000-2007
  • Director, Center for Catalytic Science and Technology, 1996-2000
  • Robert L. Pigford Professor of Chemical Engineering, 1994-2005
  • Professor of Chemical Engineering, 1990-1994
  • Professor of Chemistry, 1990-2012
  • Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry, 1982-1996
  • Associate Director, Center for Catalytic Science and Technology, 2000-2012
  • Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering, 1982-1987

OTHER APPOINTMENTS

  • Visiting Professor of Chemistry, University of Auckland, 1997
  • Visiting Professor of Chemical Engineering, University of Pennsylvania, 1991-1992
  • NSF Postdoctoral Fellow, Institut für Festkörperphysik, Physik Department, Technische Universität München,
    1981-1982

Honors and Awards

  • Fellow, 2010
    American Institute of Chemical Engineers
  • Guiseppe Parravano Award, 2009
    Michigan Catalysis Society
  • Named as one of the “One Hundred Engineers of the Modern Era,” 2008
    American Institute of Chemical Engineers
  • National Academy of Engineering, 2006
  • Francis Alison Award, 2004
    University of Delaware
  • Alpha Chi Sigma Award for Chemical Engineering Research, 2001
    American Institute of Chemical Engineers
  • Catalysis Club of Philadelphia Award, 2001
  • International Catalysis Award, Inaugural Recipient, 1998
    International Association of Catalysis Societies
  • Ipatieff Prize, 1995
    American Chemical Society
  • Canadian Catalysis Lecture Tour Award, Inaugural Recipient, 1993
    Catalysis Division, Chemical Institute of Canada
  • Paul H. Emmett Award in Fundamental Catalysis, 1993
    The Catalysis Society
  • Allan P. Colburn Award, 1991
    American Institute of Chemical Engineers
  • Innovation Recognition Award, 1988, 1989
    Union Carbide Corporation
  • Ernest W. Thiele Lectureship, 1988
    University of Notre Dame
  • Outstanding Young Men of America, 1988
  • Presidential Young Investigator Award, 1985
    National Science Foundation
  • Victor K. LaMer Award, 1982
    Division of Colloid and Surface Chemistry, American Chemical Society

Publications

  • 244. J.-P. Tessonnier, S. Goubert-Renaudin, S. Alia, Y. Yan and M. A. Barteau, “Structure, Stability and Electronic Interactions of Polyoxometalates on Functionalized Graphene Sheets,” Langmuir, 29, 393 (2013).
  • 243. J.-P. Tessonnier, F. M. Haas, D. M. Dabbs, F. L. Dryer, R. A. Yetter and M. A. Barteau, “Polyoxometalate Clusters Supported on Functionalized Graphene Sheets as Nanohybrids for the Catalytic Combustion of Liquid Fuels,” MRS Proceedings, 1451 (2012) mrss12-1451-dd18-04; doi: 10.1557/opl.2012.1457
  • 242. J.-P. Tessonnier and M. A. Barteau, “Dispersion of Alkyl-Chain-Functionalized Reduced Graphene Oxide Sheets in Nonpolar Solvents,” Langmuir, 28, 6691 (2012).
  • 241. W. Yu, Z. Mellinger, M. A. Barteau and J. G. Chen, “Comparison of Reaction Pathways of Ethylene Glycol, Acetaldehyde and Acetic Acid on Tungsten Carbide (WC) and Ni-modified WC Surfaces,” Journal of Physical Chemistry, 116, 5720 (2012).
  • 240. W. Yu, M. A. Barteau and J. G. Chen, “Glycolaldehyde as a Probe Molecule for Biomass-derivatives: Reaction of C-OH and C=O Functional Groups on Monolayer Ni Surfaces,” Journal of the American Chemical Society 133, 20528 (2011).
  • 239. A. Kulkarni, M. Bedolla-Pantoja, S. Singh, R. F. Lobo, M. Mavrikakis and M. A. Barteau, “Reactions of Propylene Oxide on Supported Silver Catalysts: Insights into Pathways Limiting Epoxidation Selectivity,” Topics in Catalysis, 55, 3 (2012).
  • 238. M. Salciccioli, W. Yu, M. A. Barteau, J. G. Chen and D. G. Vlachos, “Differentiation of O-H and C-H Bond Scission Mechanisms of Ethylene Glycol on Pt and Ni/Pt Using Theory and Isotopic Labeling Experiments,” Journal of the American Chemical Society 133, 7996 (2011).
  • 237. S. C. Chan and M. A. Barteau, “Physico-Chemical Effects on the Scale-up of Ag Photodeposition on TiO2 Nanoparticles,” Topics in Catalysis, 54, 378 (2011).
  • 236. J. E. Rekoske and M. A. Barteau, “Kinetics, Selectivity and Deactivation in the Aldol Condensation of Acetaldehyde on Anatase Titanium Dioxide,” Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 50, 41 (2011).
  • 235. J. C. Dellamorte, J. Lauterbach and M. A. Barteau, “Palladium-Silver Bimetallic Catalysts with Improved Activity and Selectivity for Ethylene Epoxidation,” Applied Catalysis A: General, 391, 281 (2011).
  • 234. M. A. Barteau, “Reply to K. C. Waugh: “Comments on ‘Investigation of Ethylene Oxide on Clean and Oxygen-Covered Ag(110) Surfaces’”,” Catalysis Letters, 134, 5 (2010).
  • 233. O. Skoplyak, M. A. Barteau and J. G. Chen, “Comparison of H2 production from ethanol and ethylene glycol on M/Pt(111) (M = Ni, Fe, Ti) bimetallic surfaces,” Catalysis Today, 147, 150 (2009).
  • 232. J. C. Dellamorte, J. Lauterbach and M. A. Barteau, “Promoter-induced morphological changes of Ag Catalysts for Ethylene Epoxidation,” Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 48, 5943 (2009).
  • 231. C. Lukaski and M. A. Barteau, “Investigation of Ethylene Oxide on Clean and Oxygen-Covered Ag(110) Surfaces,” Catalysis Letters, 128, 9 (2009).
  • 230. J. C. Dellamorte, J. Lauterbach and M. A. Barteau, “Effect of Preparation Conditions on Ag Catalysts for Ethylene Epoxidation,” Topics in Catalysis, 53, 13 (2010).
  • 229. J. C. Dellamorte, M. A. Barteau and J. Lauterbach, “Opportunities for Catalyst Discovery and Development: Integrating Surface Science and Theory with High Throughput Methods,” Surface Science, 603, 1770 (2009).
  • 228. O. Skoplyak, M. A. Barteau and J. G. Chen, “Ethanol and Ethylene Glycol on Ni/Pt(111) Bimetallic Surfaces: A DFT and HREELS Study,” Surface Science, 602, 3578 (2008).
  • 227. O. Skoplyak, C. A. Menning, M. A. Barteau and J. G. Chen, “Reforming of oxygenates for H2 production on 3d/Pt(111) bimetallic surfaces,” Topics in Catalysis, 51, 49 (2008).
  • 226. H. Idriss, M. Scott, J. Llorca, S. C. Chan, W. Chiu, P. Y. Sheng, A. Yee, M. A. Blackford, S. J. Pas, A. J. Hill, F. M. Alamgir, R. Rettew, C. Petersburg, S. Senanake and M.A. Barteau, “A phenomenological study of the metal/oxide interface. The role of catalysis in hydrogen production from renewable sources,” ChemSusChem, 1, 905 (2008).
  • 225. M. Goda, M. Neurock, M. A. Barteau and J. G. Chen, “Effect of hydrocarbon chain length and cyclization on the adsorption strength of hydrocarbons on Pt/3d bimetallic surfaces,” Surface Science, 602, 2513 (2008).
  • 224. G. J. Fleming, K. Adib, J. A. Rodriguez, M. A. Barteau, J. M. White and H. Idriss, “The adsorption and reactions of the amino acid proline on rutile TiO2(110) surfaces,” Surface Science, 602, 2029 (2008).
  • 223. O. Skoplyak, M. A. Barteau and J. G. Chen, “Enhancing H2 and CO Production from Glycerol Using Bimetallic Surfaces,” ChemSusChem, 1, 524 (2008).
  • 222. O. Skoplyak, C. A. Menning, M. A. Barteau and J. G. Chen, “Experimental and theoretical study of reactivity trends for methanol on Co/Pt(111) and Ni/Pt(111) bimetallic surfaces,” Journal of Chemical Physics, 127, 114707 (2007).
  • 221. A. B. Mhadeshwar and M. A. Barteau, “Computational Strategies for Identification of Bimetallic Ethylene Epoxidation Catalysts,” in Mechanism in Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Epoxidation Catalysis, S. T. Oyama (ed.), Elsevier, Amsterdam (2008) p 265.
  • 220. G. J. Fleming, K. Adib, J. A. Rodriguez, M. A. Barteau and H. Idriss, “Proline Adsorption on TiO2 (110) Single Crystal Surface. A Study by High Resolution Photoelectron Spectroscopy,” Surface Science, 601, 5726 (2007).
  • 219. C. Lukaski, M. C. N. Enever and M. A. Barteau, “Structure and Reaction of Oxametallacycles Derived from Styrene Oxide on Ag(110),” Surface Science, 601, 3372 (2007).
  • 218. J. C. Dellamorte, R. Vijay, C. M. Snively, M. A. Barteau and J. Lauterbach, “A high-throughput reactor system with individual temperature control for the investigation of monolith catalysts,” Review of Scientific Instruments, 78, 072211 (2007).
  • 217. M. A. Barteau, “Surface Science and the Advancement of Direct Olefin Epoxidation,” Surface Science, 600, 5021 (2006).
  • 216. M. H. Youn, D. R. Park, J. C. Jung, H. Kim, M. A. Barteau and I. K. Song, “Reduction potentials of heteropolyacid (HPA) catalysts probed by scanning tunneling microscopy and UV-visible spectroscopy,” Korean Journal of Chemical Engineering, 24, 51 (2007).
  • 215. T. Qiu and M. A. Barteau, “STM study of glycine on TiO2 single crystal surfaces,” Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 303, 229 (2006).
  • 214. J. C. Dellamorte, J. Lauterbach and M. A. Barteau, “Rhenium Promotion of Ag and Cu-Ag Bimetallic Catalysts for Ethylene Epoxidation,” Catalysis Today, 120, 182 (2007).
  • 213. S. Linic and M. A. Barteau, “Heterogeneous Catalysis of Alkene Epoxidation,” Chapter 14.11.6 in the Handbook of Heterogeneous Catalysis, 2nd edition, volume 7, G. Ertl, H. Knözinger, F. Schüth, J. Weitkamp (eds.), Wiley-VCH, 2008, pp. 3448-3464.
  • 212. I. K. Song, M. S. Kaba, K. Nomiya, R. G. Finke and M. A. Barteau, “Scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) and tunneling spectroscopy (TS) studies of polyoxometalates (POMs) of the Wells-Dawson structural class,” Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical, 262, 216 (2007).
  • 211. M. Goda, M. A. Barteau and J. G. Chen, “Correlating Electronic Properties of Bimetallic Surfaces with Reaction Pathways of C2 Hydrocarbons,” Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 110, 11823 (2006).
  • 210. O. Skoplyak, M. A. Barteau and J. G. Chen, “Reforming of Oxygenates for H2 Production: Correlating Reactivity of Ethylene Glycol and Ethanol on Pt(111) and Ni/Pt(111) with Surface d-band Center,” Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 110, 1686 (2006).
  • 209. L. Becerra, R. Martinez, M. C. Huff and M. A. Barteau, “Catalytic synthesis of butylketene and hexylketene from hexanoic acid and octanoic acid on functionalized silica monoliths a short contact times,” Catalysis Today, 107-108, 244 (2005).
  • 208. J. T. Jankowiak and M. A. Barteau, “Ethylene Epoxidation over Silver and Copper-Silver Bimetallic Catalysts: II. Cs and Cl Promotion,” Journal of Catalysis, 236, 379 (2005).
  • 207. J. T. Jankowiak and M. A. Barteau, “Ethylene Epoxidation over Silver and Copper-Silver Bimetallic Catalysts: I. Kinetics and Selectivity,” Journal of Catalysis, 236, 366 (2005).
  • 206. M. H. Youn, H. Kim, J. C. Jung, I. K. Song, K. P. Barteau and M. A. Barteau, “UV-visible spectroscopy studies of H3PMo12-xWxO40 heteropolyacid (HPA) catalysts in the solid state: effects of water content and polyatom substitution,” Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical, 241, 227 (2005).
  • 205. M. H. Youn, H. Kim, I. K. Song, K. P. Barteau and M. A. Barteau, “UV-Visible Spectroscopy Study of Solid State 12-Molybdophosphoric Acid Catalyst,” Reaction Kinetics Catalysis Letters, 87, 85 (2006).
  • 204. M. B. Zellner, A. M. Goda, O. Skoplyak, M. A. Barteau and J. G. Chen, “Trends in the Adsorption and Decomposition of Hydrogen and Ethylene on Monolayer Metal Films: A Combined DFT and Experimental Study,” Surface Science, 583, 281 (2005).
  • 203. S. C. Chan and M. A. Barteau, “Preparation of Highly Uniform Ag/TiO2 and Au/TiO2 Supported Nanoparticle Catalysts by Photodeposition,” Langmuir, 21, 5588 (2005).
  • 202. K. P. Barteau, J. E. Lyons, I. K. Song and M. A. Barteau, “UV-visible spectroscopy as a probe of heteropolyacid redox properties: Application to liquid phase oxidations,” Topics in Catalysis, 41, 55 (2006).
  • 201. J. R. Kitchin, J. K. Nørskov, M. A. Barteau and J. G. Chen, “Trends in the chemical properties of early transition metal carbide surfaces: a density functional study,” Catalysis Today, 105, 66 (2005).
  • 200. H. Piao, M. C. N. Enever, K. Adib, J. Hrbek and M. A. Barteau, “High Resolution X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy of Styrene Oxide Adsorption and Reaction on Ag(111),” Surface Science, 571, 139 (2004).
  • 199. J. R. Kitchin, J. K. Nørskov, M. A. Barteau and J. G. Chen, “The role of strain and ligand effects in the modification of the electronic and chemical properties of bimetallic surfaces,” Physical Review Letters, 93, 156801 (2004).
  • 198. S. Linic and M. A. Barteau, “On the mechanism of Cs promotion in ethylene epoxidation on silver,” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 126, 8086 (2004).
  • 197. M. Enever, S. Linic, K. Uffalussy, J.M. Vohs and M. A. Barteau, “Synthesis, Structure and Reactions of Stable Oxametallacycles from Styrene Oxide on Ag(111),” Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 109, 2227 (2005).
  • 196. A. Lemonidou, L. López, L. E. Manzer and M. A. Barteau, “Dynamic Microbalance Studies of RbOx/SiO2 Catalyst Deactivation/Regeneration for α-Methylene-γ-Valerolactone Synthesis,” Applied Catalysis A: General, 272, 241 (2004).
  • 195. A. B. Mhadeshwar, J. R. Kitchin, M. A. Barteau and D. G. Vlachos, “The role of adsorbate-adsorbate interactions in the rate controlling step and the most abundant reaction intermediate of NH3 decomposition on Ru,” Catalysis Letters, 96, 13 (2004).
  • 194. H. Piao, K. Adib and M. A. Barteau, “A Temperature-Programmed X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (TPXPS) Study of Chlorine Adsorption and Diffusion on Ag(111),” Surface Science, 557, 13 (2004).
  • 193. J. R. Kitchin, J. K. Nørskov, M. A. Barteau and J. G. Chen, “Modification of the Surface Electronic and Chemical Properties of Pt(111) by Subsurface 3d Transition Metals,” Journal of Chemical Physics, 120, 10240 (2004).
  • 192. S. Linic, H. Piao, K. Adib and M. A. Barteau, “Ethylene Epoxidation on Ag: Identification of the Crucial Surface Intermediate by Experimental and Theoretical Investigation of its Electronic Structure,” Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 43, 2918 (2004).
  • 191. S. Linic, J. Jankowiak and M. A. Barteau, “Selectivity driven design of bimetallic ethylene epoxidation catalysts from first principles,” Journal of Catalysis, 224, 489 (2004).
  • 190. R. Martinez, M. C. Huff and M. A. Barteau, “Ketonization of Acetic Acid on Titania-functionalized Silica Monoliths,” Journal of Catalysis, 222, 404 (2004).
  • 189. H. Piao, K. Adib, Z. Chang, J. Hrbek, M. Enever, M. A. Barteau and D. Mullins, “Multi-step reaction processes in epoxide formation from 1-chloro-2-methyl-2-propanol on Ag(110) revealed by TPXPS and TPD experiments,” Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 107, 13976 (2003).
  • 188. W. Li, Y. Wang, H. Lin, S. A. Rykov, S. I. Shah, C. P. Huang, D. J. Doren, J. G. Chen and M.A. Barteau, “Band Gap Tailoring of Nd3+ Doped TiO2 Nanoparticles,” Applied Physics Letters, 83, 4143 (2003).
  • 187. I. K. Song and M. A. Barteau, “Correlation of negative differential resistance (NDR) peak voltages of nanostructured heteropolyacid (HPA) monolayers with one electron reduction potentials of HPA catalysts,” Langmuir, 20, 1850 (2004).
  • 186. I. K. Song and M. A. Barteau, “Redox properties of Keggin-type heteropolyacid (HPA) catalysts: Effect of counter-cation, heteroatom, and polyatom substitution,” Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical, 212, 229 (2004).
  • 185. J. R. McCormick, J. R. Kitchin, M. A. Barteau and J. G. Chen, “A Four-Point Probe (FPP) Investigation of Changes in Surface Resistivity of TiO2(001) and Pd-Modified TiO2(001),” Surface Science Letters, 545, L741 (2003).
  • 184. A. B. Sherrill, H. Idriss and M. A. Barteau, “Adsorption and Reaction of Acrolein on Titanium Oxide Single Crystal Surfaces: Coupling vs. Condensation,” Catalysis Today, 85, 321 (2003).
  • 183. J. R. Kitchin, N. A. Khan, M. A. Barteau, J. G. Chen, B. Yakshinskiy and T. E. Madey, “Elucidation of the active surface and origin of the weak metal-hydrogen bond on Ni/Pt(111) bimetallic surfaces: A surface science and density functional theory study,” Surface Science, 544, 295 (2003).
  • 182. S. V. Chong, M. A. Barteau and H. Idriss, “Stoichiometric and Ar-ion Sputtered Uranium Dioxide (111) Single Crystals by XPS,” Surface Science Spectra, 8, 297 (2003).
  • 181. S. Linic and M. A. Barteau, “Control of Ethylene Epoxidation Selectivity by Surface Oxametallacycles,” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 125, 4034 (2003).
  • 180. J. R. Kitchin, M. A. Barteau and J. G. Chen, “A comparison of gold and molybdenum nanoparticles on TiO2(110) 1x2 reconstructed single crystal surfaces,” Surface Science, 526, 323 (2003).
  • 179. D. Wang and M. A. Barteau, “Differentiation of active oxygen species for butane oxidation on vanadyl pyrophosphate,” Catalysis Letters, 90, 7 (2003).
  • 178. S. Linic and M. A. Barteau, “Construction of a Reaction Coordinate and a Microkinetic Model for Ethylene Epoxidation on Silver from DFT Calculations and Surface Science Experiments,” Journal of Catalysis, 214, 200 (2003).
  • 177. M. A. Barteau, J. E. Lyons and I. K. Song, Surface Chemistry and Catalysis on Well-defined Oxide Surfaces: Nanoscale Design Bases for Single-Site Heterogeneous Catalysts,” Journal of Catalysis, 216, 236 (2003).
  • 176. I. K. Song, J. E. Lyons and M. A. Barteau, “Correlation of Alkane Oxidation Performance with STM and Tunneling Spectroscopy Measurements of Heteropolyacid Catalysts,” Catalysis Today, 81, 137 (2003).
  • 175. I. K. Song and M. A. Barteau, “Scanning Tunneling Microscopy (STM) and Tunneling Spectroscopy (TS) of Heteropolyacid (HPA) Self-assembled Monolayers (SAMS): Connecting Nano Properties to Bulk Properties,” Korean Journal of Chemical Engineering, 19, 567 (2002).
  • 174. S. Linic, J. W. Medlin and M.A. Barteau, “Synthesis of oxametallacycles from 2-iodoethanol on Ag(111) and the structure dependence of their reactivity,” Langmuir, 18, 5197 (2002).
  • 173. I. K. Song, J. L. Kitchin and M. A. Barteau, “H3PW12O40-functionalized tip for scanning tunneling microscopy,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 99, 6471 (2002).
  • 172. M. A. Barteau, “New Perspectives on Direct Heterogeneous Olefin Epoxidation,” Topics in Catalysis, 22, 1 (2003).
  • 171. I. K. Song, R. B. Shnitser, J. J. Cowan, C. L. Hill and M. A. Barteau, “Nanoscale Characterization of Redox and Acid Properties of Keggin-type Heteropolyacids by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy (STM) and Tunneling Spectroscopy (TS): Effect of Heteroatom Substitution,” Inorganic Chemistry, 41, 1292 (2002).
  • 170. I. K. Song, M. S. Kaba and M. A. Barteau, “Nanoscale Investigation of Mixed Arrays of Keggin-type and Wells-Dawson-type Heteropolyacids (HPAs) by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy (STM),” Langmuir, 18, 2358 (2002).
  • 169. E. Dokou, L. Zhang and M. A. Barteau, “Comparison of AFM imaging methods and roughness determinations for a highly polished quartz surface,” Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology B, 20, 2183 (2002).
  • 168. S. Linic and M. A. Barteau, “Formation of a stable surface oxametallacycle that produces ethylene oxide,” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 124, 310 (2002).
  • 167. I. K. Song and M. A. Barteau, “Bulk redox properties of heteropolyacids (HPAs) determined from surface properties of nanostructured heteropolyacid monolayers,” Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical, 182-183, 185 (2002).
  • 166. M. S. Kaba, I. K. Song, S. H. Wasfi and M. A. Barteau, “Investigation of Wells-Dawson Heteropoly Oxofluorotungstates by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy (STM) and Tunneling Spectroscopy (TS),” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 149, E117 (2002).
  • 165. J. W. Medlin and M. A. Barteau, “The Formation of Epoxides from Reactions of Oxametallacycles on Ag(110): A Density Functional Theory Study,” Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 105, 10054 (2001).
  • 164. A. B. Sherrill, J. W. Medlin, J. G. Chen and M. A. Barteau, “NEXAFS Investigations of Cyclooctatetraene on TiO2(001),” Surface Science, 492, 203 (2001).
  • 163. A. B. Sherrill and M. A. Barteau, “Oligomerization of Trimethylsilylacetylene to Form Large Molecules on Reduced Surfaces of TiO2(001),” Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical, 184, 301 (2002).
  • 162. J. W. Medlin and M. A. Barteau, “The Reaction of 1-chloro-2-methyl-2-propanol on Oxygen-Covered Ag(110): Epoxide Formation via a Surface Chlorohydrin Reaction,” Surface Science 506, 105 (2002).
  • 161. D. Wang and M. A. Barteau, “Oxidation Kinetics of Partially Reduced Vanadyl Pyrophosphate Catalyst,” Applied Catalysis A, 223, 205 (2002).
  • 160. M. S. Kaba, I. K. Song and M. A. Barteau, “Site Identification of Mixed Arrays of Keggin-type Heteropolyacids (HPAs) by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy (STM) and Tunneling Spectroscopy (TS),” Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 106, 2337 (2002).
  • 159. H. Arakawa, M. Aresta, J. N. Armor, M. A. Barteau, E. J. Beckman, A. T. Bell, J. E. Bercaw, C. Creutz, E. Dinjus, D. A. Dixon, K. Domen, D. L. DuBois, J. Eckert, E. Fujita, D. H. Gibson, W. A. Goddard, D. W. Goodman, J. Keller, G. J. Kubas, H. H. Kung, J. E. Lyons, L. E. Manzer, T. J. Marks, K. Morokuma, K. M. Nicholas, R. Periana, L. Que, J. Rostrup-Nielson, W. M. H. Sachtler, L. D. Schmidt, A. Sen, G. A. Somorjai, P. C. Stair, B. R. Stults and W. Tumas, “Catalysis Research of Relevance to Carbon Management: Progress, Challenges, and Opportunities,” Chemical Reviews, 101, 953 (2001).
  • 158. J. R. Monnier, J. W. Medlin and M. A. Barteau, “Use of Oxygen-18 to Determine Kinetics of Butadiene Epoxidation Over Cs-Promoted, Ag Catalysts,” Journal of Catalysis, 203, 362 (2001).
  • 157. J. W. Medlin, J. R. Monnier and M. A. Barteau, “Deuterium Kinetic Isotope Effects in Butadiene Epoxidation over Unpromoted and Cs-Promoted Silver Catalysis,” Journal of Catalysis, 204, 71 (2001).
  • 156. A. B. Sherrill and M. A. Barteau, “Principles of Reactivity from Studies of Organic Reactions on Model Oxide Surfaces” in The Chemical Physics of Solid Surfaces, Vol. 9, D. P. Woodruff (ed), Elsevier, Amsterdam (2001) p 409.
  • 155. E. Dokou, M. A. Barteau, N. J. Wagner, and A. M. Lenhoff, “Effect of Gravity on Colloidal Adsorption Studied by Atomic Force Microscopy,” Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 240, 9 (2001).
  • 154. H. Ihm, J. W. Medlin, M. A. Barteau, and J. M. White, “Thermal Activation of t-Butyl Nitrite on Pt(111): t-Butoxy Dehydrogenation and Oxametallacycle Formation,” Langmuir, 17, 798 (2001).
  • 153. E. Dokou, E. E. Stangland, R. P. Andres, W. N. Delgass, and M. A. Barteau, “Comparison of AFM and HRTEM to determine the metal particle morphology and loading of an Au/TiO2 catalyst,” Catalysis Letters, 70, 1 (2000).
  • 152. J. W. Medlin, A. B. Sherrill, J. G. Chen, and M. A. Barteau, “Experimental and Theoretical Probes of the Structure of Oxametallacycle Intermediates Derived from 1-Epoxy-3-butene on Ag (110),” Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 105, 3769 (2001).
  • 151. D. Titheridge, M. A. Barteau, and H. Idriss, “Temperature Programmed Desorption, Scanning Kinetic Spectroscopy, and X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy of Acrylic Acid over TiO2(001) Single Crystal Surfaces,” Langmuir, 17, 2120 (2001).
  • 150. D. Wang and M. A. Barteau, “Kinetics of Butane Oxidation by Vanadyl Pyrophosphate Catalyst,” Journal of Catalysis, 197, 17 (2001).
  • 149. R. Martinez, M. C. Huff, and M. A. Barteau, “Synthesis of Ketenes from Carboxylic Acids on Functionalized Silica Monoliths at Short Contact Times,” Applied Catalysis A, 200, 79 (2000).
  • 148. S. V. Chong, M. A. Barteau, and H. Idriss, “The Influence of Surface Defects on Ethanol Dehydrogenation Versus Dehydration on the UO2(111) Surface,” Catalysis Today, 63, 283 (2000).
  • 147. J. W. Medlin, M. A. Barteau, and J. M. Vohs, “Oxametallacycle formation via ring-opening of 1-epoxy-3-butene on Ag(110): A combined experimental/theoretical approach,” Journal of Molecular Catalysis A, 163, 129 (2000).
  • 146. M. A. Barteau, “New Catalysis from Metal Oxide Surface Science,” Proceedings of the 12th International Congress on Catalysis, A Corma, F. V. Melo, S. Mendioroz, and J. L. G. Fierro (eds), Elsevier, Amsterdam (2000) p. 105.
  • 145. A. B. Sherrill, V. S. Lusvardi, J. Eng, Jr., J. G. Chen, and M. A. Barteau, “NEXAFS Investigation of Benzaldehyde Reductive Coupling to form Stilbene on Reduced Surfaces of TiO2 (001),” Catalysis Today, 63, 43 (2000).
  • 144. H. Idriss and M. A. Barteau, “Active Sites on Oxides: From Single Crystals to Catalysts,” Advances in Catalysis, 45, 261 (2000).
  • 143. J. W. Medlin, M. Mavrikakis, and M. A. Barteau, “Stabilities of Substituted Oxametallacycle Intermediates: Implications for Regioselectivity of Epoxide Ring Opening and Olefin Epoxidation,” Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 103, 11169 (1999).
  • 142. R. Martinez, M. C. Huff, and M. A. Barteau, “High Yield Synthesis of Ketenes from Carboxylic Acids on Functionalized Silica Monoliths,” Proceedings of the 12th International Congress on Catalysis, A Corma, F. V. Melo, S. Mendioroz, and J. L. G. Fierro (eds), Elsevier, Amsterdam (2000) p 3495.
  • 141. E. Dokou, W. E. Farneth, and M. A. Barteau, “Using Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) to Study the Surface Structure of Oxide and Metal-Decorated Oxide Particles,” Proceedings of the 12th International Congress on Catalysis, A Corma, F. V. Melo, S. Mendioroz, and J. L. G. Fierro (eds), Elsevier, Amsterdam (2000) p 3167.
  • 140. W. E. Farneth, R. S. McLean, J. D. Bolt, E. Dokou, and M. A. Barteau, “Tapping Mode AFM Studies of the Photoreduction of Ag+ on Individual Submicron TiO2 Particles,” Langmuir, 15, 8569 (1999).
  • 139. M. Kinne and M. A. Barteau, “STM and TS Investigations of Silver Polyoxometalate Monolayers: Model Compounds and Potential Multifunctional Oxidation Catalysts,” Surface Science, 447, 105 (2000).
  • 138. D. Wang, H. H. Kung, and M. A. Barteau, “Identification of Vanadium Species Involved in Sequential Redox Operation of VPO Catalyst,” Applied Catalysis A, 201, 203 (2000).
  • 137. M. S. Kaba, M. A. Barteau, W. Y. Lee, and I. K. Song, “Nanoscale Characterization of Acid Properties of Heteropolyacids by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and Tunneling Spectroscopy,” Applied Catalysis A, 194, 129 (2000).
  • 136. A. B. Sherrill, V. S. Lusvardi, and M. A. Barteau, “Investigation of Cyclooctatetraene on Reduced TiO2 (001) as a Possible Intermediate in Alkyne Cyclotrimerization,” Langmuir, 15, 7615 (1999).
  • 135. X. Shao, R. Jonczyk, M. Dashiell, D. Hits, B. A. Orner, A.-S.Khan, K. Roe, J. Kolodzey, P. R. Berger, M. Kaba, M. A. Barteau, and K. M. Unruh, “Strain modification in thin Si1-x-yGexCy alloys on (100) Si for formation of high density and uniformly sized quantum dots,” Journal of Applied Physics, 85, 578 (1999)
  • 134. G. S. Jones, M. A. Barteau and J. M. Vohs, “Mechanism of diethyl ether formation on Ag(110) and its dependence on co-adsorbed oxygen species,” Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 103, 1144 (1999).
  • 133. G. S. Jones, M. A. Barteau, and J. M. Vohs, “Formation of diethyl ether via reaction of iodoethane with atomic oxygen on the Ag(110) surface,” Surface Science, 420, 65 (1999).
  • 132. J. E. Rekoske and M. A. Barteau, “Competition between acetaldehyde and crotonaldehyde during adsorption and aldol condensation on anatase and rutile titanium dioxide,” Langmuir, 15, 2061 (1999).
  • 131. K. Song, M. S. Kaba, M. A. Barteau, and W. Y. Lee, “Investigation of redox potential and negative differential resistance behavior of heteropolyacids by scanning tunneling microscopy,” Catalysis Today, 44, 285 (1998).
  • 130. R. Jonczyk, D. A. Hits, L. V. Kulik, J. Kolodzey, M. Kaba, and M. A. Barteau, “Size Distribution of SiGeC quantum dots grown on Si(311) and Si(001) Surfaces,” Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology B, 16, 1142 (1998).
  • 129. G. S. Jones, M. Mavrikakis, M. A. Barteau, and J. M. Vohs, “First Synthesis, Experimental and Theoretical Vibrational Spectra of an Oxametallacycle on a Metal Surface,” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 120, 3196 (1998).
  • 128. I. K. Song, M. S. Kaba, M. A. Barteau, and W. Y. Lee, “Scanning Tunneling Microscopy of Self-Assembled Heteropolyacid Monolayers Deposited on Graphite Surface: NDR (Negative Differential Resistance) Behavior and Redox Activity,” Journal of the Korean Institute of Chemical Engineers, 35, 407 (1997).
  • 127. M. Mavrikakis and M. A. Barteau, “Oxygenate Reaction Pathways on Transition Metal Surfaces,” Journal of Molecular Catalysis A, 131, 135 (1998).
  • 126. M. S. Kaba, I. K. Song, D. C. Duncan, C. L. Hill, and M. A. Barteau, “Molecular Shapes, Orientation, and Packing of Polyoxometalate Arrays Imaged by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy,” Inorganic Chemistry, 37, 398 (1998).
  • 125. M. Mavrikakis, D. J. Doren, and M. A. Barteau, “Density Functional Theory Calculations for Simple Oxametallacycles: Trends across the Periodic Table,” Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 102, 394 (1998).
  • 124. V. S. Lusvardi, M. A. Barteau, J. G. Chen, J. Eng Jr., B. Frühberger, and A. Teplyakov, “A NEXAFS Investigation of the Reduction and Reoxidation of TiO2(001),” Surface Science, 397, 237 (1998).
  • 123. R. Shekhar, M. A. Barteau, R. V. Plank, and J. M. Vohs, “Adsorption and Reaction of Aldehydes on Pd Surfaces,” Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 101, 7939 (1997).
  • 122. R. Shekhar, M. A. Barteau, R. V. Plank, and J. M. Vohs, “HREELS Studies of Ethylene Oxide Interaction with Pd(110),” Surface Science, 384, L815 (1997).
  • 121. M. S. Kaba, I. K. Song, and M. A. Barteau, “Investigation of Framework and Cation Substitutions in Keggin-type Heteropoly Acids Probed by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and Tunneling Spectroscopy,” Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology A, 15, 1299 (1997).
  • 120. G. S. Jones and M. A. Barteau, “Cyclization and Related Reactions of Iodoethanol on Ag(110),” Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology A, 15, 1667 (1997).
  • 119. V. S. Lusvardi, K. G. Pierce, and M. A. Barteau, “Steady-State Catalytic C-C Bond Formation on Reduced TiO2 Surfaces,” Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology A, 15, 1586 (1997).
  • 118. M. S. Kaba, I. K. Song, and M. A. Barteau, “Ordered Array Formation and Negative Differential Resistance Behavior of Cation-Exchanged Heteropoly Acids Probed by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy,” Journal of Physical Chemistry, 100, 19577 (1996).
  • 117. J. E. Rekoske and M. A. Barteau, “Isothermal Reduction Kinetics of Titanium Dioxide-Based Materials,” Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 101, 1113 (1997).
  • 116. V. S. Lusvardi, M. A. Barteau, W. R. Dolinger, and W. E. Farneth, “Influence of Surface Hydroxyls on the Adsorption and Reaction of Ethanol on Polycrystalline Titania,” Journal of Physical Chemistry, 100, 18183 (1996).
  • 115. J. E. Rekoske and M. A. Barteau, “Kinetics and Selectivity of 2-Propanol Conversion on Oxidized Anatase TiO2,” Journal of Catalysis, 165, 57 (1997).
  • 114. I. K. Song, M. S. Kaba, and M. A. Barteau, “STM Investigation of Pyridine Interaction with Heteropoly Acid Monolayers,” Journal of Physical Chemistry, 100, 17528 (1996).
  • 113. M. A. Barteau and J. M. Vohs, “Oxide Model Systems,” Chapter 4.10 in the Handbook of Heterogeneous Catalysis, volume 2, G. Ertl, H. Knözinger, J. Weitkamp (eds.), VCH, Weinheim, 1997, p. 873.
  • 112. I. K. Song, M. S. Kaba, G. Coulston, K. Kourtakis, and M. A. Barteau, “Scanning Tunneling Microscopy of Ordered Arrays of Heteropoly Acids Deposited on a Graphite Surface,” Chemistry of Materials, 8, 2352 (1996).
  • 111. H. Idriss and M. A. Barteau, “Selectivity and Mechanism Shifts in the Reactions of Acetaldehyde on Oxidized and Reduced TiO2(001) Surfaces,” Catalysis Letters, 40, 147-153 (1996).
  • 110. M. A. Barteau, “Organic Reactions at Well-Defined Oxide Surfaces,” Chemical Reviews 96, 1413-1430 (1996).
  • 109. K. G. Pierce, V. S. Lusvardi, and M. A. Barteau, “Catalytic Formation of Carbon-Carbon Bonds in Ultrahigh Vacuum: Cyclotrimerization of Alkynes on Reduced TiO2 Surfaces,” in Proceedings of the 11th International Congress on Catalysis, J. W. Hightower, W. N. Delgass, E. Iglesia and A. T. Bell (eds), Elsevier, Amsterdam (1996) p 297.
  • 108. R. Shekhar and M. A. Barteau, “Ethylene Oxide Interaction with Pd Surfaces: Experimental and Theoretical Results,” J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A, 14, 1469 (1996).
  • 107. N. F. Brown and M. A. Barteau, “Comparison of the Reactions of Branched Alcohols and Aldehydes on Rh(111),” Journal of Physical Chemistry, 100, 2269 (1996).
  • 106. R. Shekhar and M. A. Barteau, “Ring Opening Reactions of Ethylene Oxide on Pd(110) Surfaces,” Surface Science, 348, 55 (1996).
  • 105. J. E. Rekoske and M. A. Barteau, “In Situ Studies of Carbonyl Coupling: Comparisons of Liquid-Solid and Gas-Solid Reactions with Reduced Titanium Reagents,” Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 34, 2931 (1995).
  • 104. H. Idriss, V. S. Lusvardi, and M. A. Barteau, “Two Routes to Formaldehyde from Formic Acid on TiO2(001) Surfaces,” Surface Science, 348, 39 (1996).
  • 103. K. G. Pierce and M. A. Barteau, “Ketone Coupling on Reduced TiO2(001) Surfaces: Evidence of Pinacol Formation,” Journal of Organic Chemistry, 60, 2405 (1995).
  • 102. K. G. Pierce and M. A. Barteau, “Cyclotrimerization of Sterically Hindered Alkynes in Ultrahigh Vacuum: TPD of tert-Butylacetylene on the Reduced TiO2(001) Surface,” Surface Science, 326, L473 (1995).
  • 101. J. Zhang, B. A. Watson, R. W. Keown, C. P. Malone, and M. A. Barteau, “Investigation of Sulfonated Aromatic Compound (SAC) Modification to Nylon Film. 2. Study of SAC Sorption Isotherm and Atomic Force Microscopic Characterization of Nylon Surfaces,” Langmuir, 11, 3018 (1995).
  • 100. H. Idriss, C. Diagne, J. P. Hindermann, A. Kiennemann, and M. A. Barteau, “Reactions of Acetaldehyde on CeO2 and CeO2-supported Catalysts,” Journal of Catalysis, 155, 219 (1995).
  • 099. N. F. Brown and M. A. Barteau, “Alteration of Primary Alcohol Reaction Pathways on Rh(111): Fluorination Blocks Oxametallacycle Formation,” Langmuir, 11, 1184 (1995).
  • 098. R. Shekhar and M. A. Barteau, “Structure Sensitivity of Alcohol Reactions on (110) and (111) Palladium Surfaces,” Catalysis Letters, 31, 221 (1995).
  • 097. N. F. Brown and M. A. Barteau, “Carbon-Halogen Bond Scission and Rearrangement of β‑Halohydrins on the Rh(111) Surface,” Journal of Physical Chemistry, 98, 12737 (1994).
  • 096. V. S. Lusvardi, M. A. Barteau, and W. E. Farneth, “The Effects of Bulk Titania Crystal Structure on the Adsorption and Reaction of Aliphatic Alcohols,” Journal of Catalysis, 153, 41-53 (1995).
  • 095. H. Idriss and M. A. Barteau, “Reactions of p-Benzoquinone on TiO2 Single Crystal Surfaces: Oligomerization and Polymerization by Reductive Coupling,” Langmuir, 10, 3693 (1994).
  • 094. K. G. Pierce and M. A. Barteau, “Divergence of Allene from Methylacetylene Oligomerization Reactions on Reduced TiO2(001) Surfaces,” Journal of Molecular Catalysis, 94, 389 (1994).
  • 093. R. Shekhar and M. A. Barteau, “Decarbonylation and Hydrogenation Reactions of Allyl Alcohol and Acrolein on Pd(110),” Surface Science, 319, 298 (1994).
  • 092. M. C. Libby, P. C. Watson, and M. A. Barteau, “Synthesis of Ketenes with Oxide Catalysts,” Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 33, 2904 (1994).
  • 091. K. G. Pierce and M. A. Barteau, “Cyclotrimerization of Alkynes on Reduced TiO2(001) Surfaces,” Journal of Physical Chemistry, 98, 3882 (1994).
  • 090. B. A. Watson and M. A. Barteau, “Atomic Force Microscopy Imaging of TiO2 Surfaces Active for C-C Bond Formation Reactions in Ultrahigh Vacuum,” Chemistry of Materials, 6, 771 (1994).
  • 089. H. Idriss, K. G. Pierce, and M. A. Barteau, “Synthesis of Stilbene from Benzaldehyde by Reductive Coupling on TiO2(001) Surfaces,” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 116, 3063 (1994).
  • 088. B. A. Watson and M. A. Barteau, “Imaging of Petroleum Asphaltenes Using Scanning Tunneling Microscopy,” Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 33, 2358 (1994).
  • 087. H. Idriss and M. A. Barteau, “Characterization of TiO2 Surfaces Active for Novel Organic Syntheses,” Catalysis Letters, 26, 123 (1994).
  • 086. C. J. Houtman, N. F. Brown, and M. A. Barteau, “The Chemistry of Acetates on the Rh(111) Surface,” Journal of Catalysis, 145, 37 (1994).
  • 085. N. F. Brown and M. A. Barteau, “Epoxides as Probes of Oxametallacycle Chemistry on Rh(111),” Surface Science, 298, 6 (1993).
  • 084. H. Idriss and M. A. Barteau, “Reductive Coupling of Cyclic Ketones on Reduced TiO2(001) Single Crystal Surfaces,” in Heterogeneous Catalysis and Fine Chemicals III, M. Guisnet, J. Barbier, J. Barrault, C. Bouchoule, D. Duprez, G. Perot, and C. Montassier (eds), Elsevier, Amsterdam (1993) p 463.
  • 083. M. A. Barteau, “Site Requirements of Reactions on Oxide Surfaces,” Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology A, 11, 2162 (1993).
  • 082. H. Idriss, C. Diagne, J. P. Hindermann, A. Kiennemann, and M. A. Barteau, “Effect of Addition of Pd, Co and Pd-Co on CeO2. Syngas Conversion and Acetaldehyde Reaction,” in New Frontiers in Catalysis, L. Guczi, F. Solymosi, and P. Tetenyi (eds), Elsevier, Amsterdam (1993) p 2119.
  • 081. J. Kolodzey, R. Schwarz, F. Wang, T. Muschik, J. Krajewski, R. Shekhar, M. Barteau, R. Plättner, and E. Günzel, “Optoelectronic Properties of Amorphous SiGeC Alloys,” Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, 258, 637 (1992).
  • 080. K. Asakura, Y. Iwasawa, S. K. Purnell, B. A. Watson, M. A. Barteau, and B. C. Gates, “Zirconium Oxide Supported on Pd(100): Characterization by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and Tunneling Spectroscopy,” Catalysis Letters, 15, 317 (1992).
  • 079. R. J. Elias and M. A. Barteau, “An Axial Dispersion Model of Competing Ion Etching and Mixing of Binary Solids,” AIChE Journal, 39, 294 (1993).
  • 078. H. Idriss, K. S. Kim, and M. A. Barteau, “Carbon-Carbon Bond Formation via Aldolization of Acetaldehyde on Single Crystal and Polycrystalline TiO2 Surfaces,” Journal of Catalysis, 139, 119 –133 (1993).
  • 077. H. Idriss, R. M. Andrews, and M. A. Barteau, “Application of Luminescence Techniques to Probe Surface-Adsorbate Interactions on Oxide Single Crystals,” Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology A, 11, 209 (1993).
  • 076. H. Idriss, M. Libby, and M. A. Barteau, “Carbon-Carbon Bond Formation on Metal Oxides: From Single Crystals Toward Catalysis,” Catalysis Letters, 15, 13 (1992).
  • 075. J. L. Davis and M. A. Barteau, “Vinyl Substituent Effects on the Reactions of Higher Oxygenates on Pd(111),” Journal of Molecular Catalysis, 77, 109 (1992).
  • 074. N. F. Brown and M. A. Barteau, “Activation of C–H, C–C, and C–O Bonds of Oxygenates on Rh(111),” in Selectivity in Catalysis, M. E. Davis and S. L. Suib (Eds.), ACS Symposium Series, 517, 345 (1993).
  • 073. J. L. Davis and M. A. Barteau, “The Interactions of Oxygen with Aldehydes on the Pd(111) Surface,” Surface Science, 268, 11 (1992).
  • 072. N. F. Brown and M. A. Barteau, “Reactions of Unsaturated Oxygenates on Rh(111) as Probes of Multiple Coordination of Adsorbates,” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 114, 4258 (1992).
  • 071. H. Idriss, K. S. Kim, and M. A. Barteau, “Surface-Dependent Pathways for Formaldehyde Oxidation and Reduction on TiO2(001),” Surface Science, 262, 113 (1992).
  • 070. H. Idriss and M. A. Barteau, “Photoluminescence from Zinc Oxide Powder to Probe Adsorption and Reaction of O2, CO, H2, HCOOH, and CH3OH,” Journal of Physical Chemistry, 96, 3382 (1992).
  • 069. X. D. Peng and M. A. Barteau, “Acid-Base Reactions on Model MgO Surfaces,” Catalysis Letters, 12, 245 (1992).
  • 068. B. A. Watson, M. A. Barteau, L. Haggerty, A. M. Lenhoff, and R. S. Weber, “Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and Tunneling Spectroscopy of Ordered Hetero- and Iso-polyacid Arrays on Graphite,” Langmuir, 8, 1145 (1992).
  • 067. N. F. Brown and M. A. Barteau, “Reactions of 1-Propanol and Propionaldehyde on Rh(111),” Langmuir, 8, 862 (1992).
  • 066. J. L. Davis and M. A. Barteau, “Reactions of Carboxylic Acids on the Pd(111)-(2×2)O Surface: Multiple Roles of Surface Oxygen Atoms,” Surface Science, 256, 50 (1991).
  • 065. M. A. Barteau, “Linear Free Energy Relationships for C1-Oxygenate Decomposition on Transition Metal Surfaces,” Catalysis Letters, 8, 175 (1991).
  • 064. C. J. Houtman and M. A. Barteau, “Divergent Pathways for Decarbonylation of Ethanol and Acetaldehyde on Rh(111),” Journal of Catalysis, 130, 528 (1991).
  • 063. X. D. Peng and M. A. Barteau, “Acid-Base Properties of Model MgO Surfaces,” Langmuir, 7, 1426 (1991).
  • 062. H. Idriss, K. S. Kim, and M. A. Barteau, “Structure-Activity and Structure-Selectivity Relationships for Reactions of Carboxylic Acids on TiO2 Surfaces,” in Structure-Activity and Selectivity Relationships in Heterogeneous Catalysis, R. K. Grasselli and A. W. Sleight (eds.), Elsevier, Amsterdam (1991) p. 327.
  • 061. H. Idriss, K. Pierce, and M. A. Barteau, “Carbonyl Coupling on the TiO2 (001) Surface,” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 113, 715 (1991).
  • 060. C. Houtman and M. A. Barteau, “Reactions of Formic Acid and Formaldehyde on Rh(111) and Rh(111)-(2×2) O Surfaces,” Surface Science, 248, 57 (1991).
  • 059. C. A. Houtman and M. A. Barteau, “Adsorbed States of Acetone and Their Reactions on Rh(111) and Rh(111)–(2×2) O Surfaces,” Journal of Physical Chemistry, 95, 3755 (1991).
  • 058. X. D. Peng and M. A. Barteau, “Dehydration of Carboxylic Acids on the MgO(100) Surface,” Catalysis Letters, 7, 395 (1990).
  • 057. L. Haggerty, B. Watson, M. A. Barteau, and A. M. Lenhoff, “Ordered Arrays of Proteins on Graphite Observed by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy,” Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology B, 9, 1219 (1991).
  • 056. J. M. Vohs and M. A. Barteau, “Structure Sensitivity, Selectivity, and Adsorbed Intermediates in the Reactions of Acetone and 2-Propanol on the Polar Surfaces of Zinc Oxide,” Journal of Physical Chemistry, 95, 297 (1991).
  • 055. K. S. Kim and M. A. Barteau, “Reactions of Aliphatic Alcohols on the {011}-Facetted TiO2(001) Surface,” Journal of Molecular Catalysis, 63, 103 (1990).
  • 054. J. L. Davis and M. A. Barteau, “Spectroscopic Identification of Alkoxide, Aldehyde, and Acyl Intermediates in Alcohol Decomposition on Pd(111),” Surface Science, 235, 235 (1990).
  • 053. K. S. Kim and M. A. Barteau, “Structural Dependence of the Selectivity of Formic Acid Decomposition on Faceted TiO2 (001) Surfaces,” Langmuir, 6, 1485 (1990).
  • 052. C. A. Houtman and M. A. Barteau, “Reactions of Methanol on Rh(111) and Rh(111) - (2×2)O Surfaces: Spectroscopic Identification of Adsorbed Methoxide and η1-Formaldehyde,” Langmuir, 6, 1558 (1990).
  • 051. K. S. Kim and M. A. Barteau, “Structure and Composition Requirements for Deoxygenation, Dehydration, and Ketonization Reactions of Carboxylic Acids on TiO2 (001) Single Crystal Surfaces,” Journal of Catalysis, 125, 353 (1990).
  • 050. X. D. Peng and M. A. Barteau, “Characterization of Oxide Layers on Mg(0001) and Comparison of H2O Adsorption on Surface and Bulk Oxides,” Surface Science, 233, 283 (1990).
  • 049. X. D. Peng and M. A. Barteau, “Characterization of the Crystallographic Structure of MgO Thin Films by ISS on the Basis of Trajectory-Dependent Neutralization,” Applied Surface Science, 44, 87 (1990).
  • 048. R. I. Hegde and M. A. Barteau, “Preparation, Characterization, and Activity of Fluorinated Aluminas for Halogen Exchange,” Journal of Catalysis, 120, 387 (1989).
  • 047. J. M. Vohs and M. A. Barteau, “Valence Band Spectra of Acetylenic Moieties on Zinc Oxide: Acetylide vs. Propargyl Formation,” Journal of Physical Chemistry, 94, 882 (1990).
  • 046. K. S. Kim and M. A. Barteau, “Reactions of Methanol on TiO2(001) Single Crystal Surfaces,” Surface Science, 223, 13 (1989).
  • 045. J. M. Vohs and M. A. Barteau, “Activation of Aromatics on the Polar Surfaces of Zinc Oxide,” Journal of Physical Chemistry, 93, 8343 (1989).
  • 044. J. M. Vohs and M. A. Barteau, “Dehydration and Dehydrogenation of Ethanol and 1‑Propanol on the Polar Surfaces of Zinc Oxide,” Surface Science, 221, 590 (1989).
  • 043. X. D. Peng and M. A. Barteau, “Spectroscopic Characterization of Surface Species Derived from HCOOH, CH3COOH, CH3OH, C2H5OH, HCOOCH3, and C2H2 on MgO Thin Film Surfaces,” Surface Science, 224, 327 (1989).
  • 042. X. D. Peng and M. A. Barteau, “Adsorption of Formaldehyde on Model MgO Surfaces: Evidence for the Cannizzaro Reaction,” Langmuir, 5, 1051 (1989).
  • 041. J. M. Vohs and M. A. Barteau, “Formation of Stable Alkyl and Carboxylate Intermediates in the Reactions of Aldehydes on the ZnO(0001) Surface,” Langmuir, 5, 965 (1989).
  • 040. J. M. Vohs and M. A. Barteau, “Photoelectron Spectroscopy of Diethylzinc on the Polar Surfaces of ZincOxide,” Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena, 49, 897 (1989).
  • 039. J. L. Davis and M. A. Barteau, “Hydrogen Bonding in Carboxylic Acid Adlayers on Pd(111): Evidence for Catemer Formation,” Langmuir, 5, 1299 (1989).
  • 038. M. A. Barteau and J. M. Vohs, “Structure Sensitivity of Reactions on Metal Oxide Surfaces,” in Successful Design of Catalysts, T. Inui (Ed.), Elsevier, Amsterdam (1988) 89.
  • 037. J. L. Davis and M. A. Barteau, “Polymerization and Decarbonylation Reactions of Aldehydes on the Pd(111) Surface,” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 111, 1782 (1989).
  • 036. J. M. Vohs and M. A. Barteau, “Alkyl Elimination from Aldehydes on ZnO(0001): Relevance to Allylic Oxidation Pathways,” Journal of Catalysis, 113, 497 (1988).
  • 035. J. L. Davis and M. A. Barteau, “The Influence of Temperature and Surface Composition upon the Coordination of Acetone to the Pd(111) Surface,” Surface Science, 208, 383 (1989).
  • 034. J. M. Vohs and M. A. Barteau, “Reaction Pathways and Intermediates in the Decomposition of Acetic and Propionic Acids on the Polar Surfaces of Zinc Oxide,” Surface Science, 201, 481 (1988).
  • 033. K. S. Kim and M. A. Barteau, “Pathways for Carboxylic Acid Decomposition on TiO2,” Langmuir, 4, 945 (1988).
  • 032. J. M. Vohs and M. A. Barteau, “Spectroscopic Characterization of Surface Formates Produced via Reaction of HCOOH and HCOOCH3 on the (0001) Surface of Zinc Oxide,” Surface Science, 197, 109 (1988).
  • 031. X. D. Peng, D. S. Edwards, and M. A. Barteau, “Reactions of O2 and H2O with Magnesium Nitride Films,” Surface Science, 195, 103 (1988).
  • 030. K. S. Kim, M. A. Barteau, and W. E. Farneth, “Adsorption and Decomposition of Aliphatic Alcohols on TiO2,” Langmuir, 4, 533 (1988).
  • 029. J. L. Davis and M. A. Barteau, “The Influence of Oxygen on the Selectivity of Alcohol Conversion on the Pd(111) Surface,” Surface Science, 197, 123 (1988).
  • 028. M. A. Barteau and X. D. Peng, “Formation of Well-Defined MgO Layers,” Materials Chemistry and Physics, 18, 425 (1988).
  • 027. J. M. Vohs and M. A. Barteau, “Structure Sensitivity and Selectivity of Proton Abstraction from Alkynes on the Polar Faces of Zinc Oxide,” Journal of Physical Chemistry, 91, 4766 (1987).
  • 026. J. L. Davis and M. A. Barteau, “Decarbonylation and Decomposition Pathways of Alcohols on Pd(111)”, Surface Science, 187, 387 (1987).
  • 025. X. D. Peng, D. S. Edwards, and M. A. Barteau, “Formation of Magnesium Nitride Layers on the Mg(0001) Surface by Ion Implantation,” Surface Science, 185, 227 (1987).
  • 024. J. M. Vohs and M. A. Barteau, “Conversion of Methanol, Formaldehyde and Formic Acid on the Polar Faces of Zinc Oxide,” Surface Science, 176, 91 (1986).
  • 023. R. N. Spitz, J. E. Barton, M. A. Barteau, R. H. Staley, and A. W. Sleight, “Characterization of the Surface Acid-Base Properties of Metal Oxides by Titration/Displacement Reactions,” Journal of Physical Chemistry, 90, 4067 (1986).
  • 022. J. M. Vohs, B. A. Carney, and M. A. Barteau, “Selectivity of Proton-Abstraction from Propyne on the Ag(110) Surface,” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 107, 7841 (1985).
  • 021. R. Martinez and M. A. Barteau, “Synthesis and Reactivity of Thin Oxide Films on the Mg(001) Surface,” Langmuir, 1, 684 (1985).
  • 020. M. A. Barteau, P. Feulner, R. Stengl, J. Q. Broughton, and D. Menzel, “Formation of Methyne Intermediates by Hydrogenation of Surface Carbon on Ru(001),” Journal of Catalysis, 94, 51 (1985).
  • 019. M. A. Barteau, J. Q. Broughton, and D. Menzel, “Vibrational Spectroscopy of Hydrocarbon Intermediates on Ru(001),” Applications of Surface Science, 19, 92 (1984).
  • 018. M. A. Barteau and R. J. Madix, “A Photoelectron Spectroscopic Investigation of the Interaction between H2O and Oxygen on Ag(110),” Surface Science, 140, 108 (1984).
  • 017. M. A. Barteau, J. Q. Broughton, and D. Menzel, “Determination of Hydrogen Atom Binding Sites on Ru(001) by HREELS,” Surface Science, 133, 443 (1983).
  • 016. M. A. Barteau and R. J. Madix, “An Examination of Molecular Oxygen Species on Ag(110) by UPS,” Chemical Physics Letters, 97, 85 (1983).
  • 015. M. A. Barteau and R. J. Madix, “Photoelectron Spectra of Adsorbed Carbonates,” Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena, 31, 101 (1983).
  • 014. M. A. Barteau and R. J. Madix, “Low Pressure Oxidation Mechanism and Reactivity of Propylene on Ag(110) and Relation to Gas Phase Acidity,” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 105, 344 (1983).
  • 013. M. A. Barteau and R. J. Madix, “A Study of the Relative Bronsted Acidities of Surface Complexes on Ag(110),” Surface Science, 120, 262 (1982).
  • 012. M. A. Barteau and R. J. Madix, “Acetylenic Complex Formation and Displacement via Acid-Base Reactions on Ag(110),” Surface Science, 115, 355 (1982).
  • 011. M. A. Barteau and R. J. Madix, “Low Pressure Oxidation of Ethylene on Ag(110): Possible Experimental Complications,” Surface Science, 103, L171 (1981).
  • 010. M. A. Barteau and R. J. Madix, “Lateral Interaction Effects on the Reaction of CO2 and Oxygen on Ag(110),” Journal of Chemical Physics, 74, 4144 (1981).
  • 009. M. A. Barteau and R. J. Madix, “The Oxidation of C2 Hydrocarbons on Ag(110),” in Proceedings, 4th Intern. Conf. on Solid Surfaces, and 3rd European Conference on Surface Science, Cannes, France, September, 1980, p. 448, Vide, Couches Minces, 201, 448 (1980).
  • 008. M. A. Barteau and R. J. Madix, “The Surface Reactivity of Silver: Oxidation Reactions,” in The Chemical Physics of Solid Surfaces and Heterogeneous Catalysis, Vol. 4, D. A. King and D. P. Woodruff (Eds.) Elsevier, Amsterdam (1982), p. 95.
  • 007. M. A. Barteau, E. I. Ko, and R. J. Madix, “The Oxidation of CO on the Pt(100)-(5×20) Surface, Surface Science, 104, 161 (1981).
  • 006. M. A. Barteau, E. I. Ko, and R. J. Madix, “The Adsorption of CO, O2, and H2 on Pt(100)-(5×20),” Surface Science, 102, 99 (1981).
  • 005. M. A. Barteau, M. Bowker, and R. J. Madix, “The Formation and Decomposition of Acetate Intermediates on the Ag(110) Surface,” Journal of Catalysis, 67, 118 (1981).
  • 004. M. A. Barteau and R. J. Madix, “The Adsorption of Molecular Oxygen Species on Ag(110),” Surface Science, 97, 101 (1980).
  • 003. M. A. Barteau, M. Bowker, and R. J. Madix, “Acid-Base Reactions on Solid Surfaces: The Reactions of HCOOH, H2CO, and HCOOCH3 with Oxygen on Ag(110),” Surface Science, 94, 303 (1980).
  • 002. M. Bowker, M. A. Barteau, and R. J. Madix, “Oxygen Induced Adsorption and Reaction of H2, H2O, CO, and CO2 on Single Crystal Ag(110),” Surface Science, 92, 528 (1980).
  • 001. M. A. Barteau and R. J. Madix, “Decomposition of Methyl Formate on W(100), W(100)-(5×1)C, and W(100)-CO(β),” Journal of Catalysis, 62, 329 (1980).