Andreas Schaefer

Researcher at Applied Chemistry

Andreas is a research specialist in the division of Applied chemistry. He is responsible for the X-ray fluorescence spectrometer in the division and shares responsibility for the physisorption/chemisorption laboratory. He conducts his research in Per-Anders Carlsson's group and focuses on the study of structure and reactivity/activity of heterogeneous catalysts based on transition metals and oxide materials. Of special interest are reactions involving the conversion of CO2 and CO to useful chemicals like e.g. methanol. He is furthermore experienced in X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, experimentation at synchrotron facilities, and vacuum technology.
Andreas finished his doctorate (Dr. rer. nat) in physical chemistry and surface physics at the University of Bremen, Germany in 2010. He then worked as a post-doc at the condensed matter physics division at Ångströmlaboratoriet of Uppsala University (until 2012), the Institute of applied and Physical Chemistry at the University of Bremen (until 2015), and the division for synchrotron radiation research at Lunds Universitet until he joined Chalmers in 2017.

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2020

CO2 Methanation over Rh/CeO2 Studied with Infrared Modulation Excitation Spectroscopy and Phase Sensitive Detection

Felix Hemmingsson, Andreas Schaefer, Magnus Skoglundh et al
Catalysts. Vol. 10 (6)
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2020

Deactivation of a Vanadium-Based SCR Catalyst Used in a Biogas-Powered Euro VI Heavy-Duty Engine Installation

Johanna Englund, Sandra Dahlin, Andreas Schaefer et al
Catalysts. Vol. 10 (5)
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2019

Deactivation of a Pd/Pt Bimetallic Oxidation Catalyst Used in a Biogas-Powered Euro VI Heavy-Duty Engine Installation

Johanna Englund, Kunpeng Xie, Sandra Dahlin et al
Catalysts. Vol. 9 (12)
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2019

Structure-function relationship for CO2 methanation over ceria supported Rh and Ni catalysts under atmospheric pressure conditions

Natalia Mihaela Martin, Felix Hemmingsson, Andreas Schaefer et al
Catalysis Science and Technology. Vol. 9 (7), p. 1644-1653
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2019

Water Inhibition in Methane Oxidation over Alumina Supported Palladium Catalysts

Peter Velin, Martin Ek, Magnus Skoglundh et al
Journal of Physical Chemistry C. Vol. 123 (42), p. 25724-25737
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2018

Steps Control the Dissociation of CO2 on Cu(100)

Benjamin Hagman, Alvaro Posada Borbon, Andreas Schaefer et al
Journal of the American Chemical Society. Vol. 140 (40), p. 12974-12979
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2018

Initial oxidation of Cu(100) studied by X-ray photo-electron spectroscopy and density functional theory calculations

Alvaro Posada Borbon, Benjamin Hagman, Andreas Schaefer et al
Surface Science. Vol. 675, p. 64-69
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2018

Thermal reduction of ceria nanostructures on rhodium(111) and re-oxidation by CO2

Andreas Schaefer, Benjamin Hagman, Jan Höcker et al
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. Vol. 20 (29), p. 19447-19457
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2018

The Role of Oxides in Catalytic CO Oxidation over Rhodium and Palladium

Gustafson Johan, Olivier Balmes, Chu Zhang et al
ACS Catalysis. Vol. 8 (5), p. 4438-4445
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2018

First layer water phases on anatase TiO2(101)

Andreas Schaefer, V. Lanzilotto, U. Cappel et al
Surface Science. Vol. 674, p. 25-31
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2018

Defect-Induced Water Bilayer Growth on Anatase TiO2(101)

Andreas Schaefer, V. Lanzilotto, U. Cappel et al
Langmuir. Vol. 34 (37), p. 10856-10864
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