Beniamino Iandolo

Showing 19 publications

2019

Hydrogen treatment and FeOOH overlayer: Effective approaches for enhancing the photoelectrochemical water oxidation performance of bismuth vanadate thin films

Aadesh P. Singh, Nishant Saini, Bodh R. Mehta et al
Catalysis Today. Vol. 321-322, p. 87-93
Journal article
2017

Grain boundary mediated hydriding phase transformations in individual polycrystalline metal nanoparticles

Svetlana Alekseeva, A. B. D. Fanta, Beniamino Iandolo et al
Nature Communications. Vol. 8 (1)
Journal article
2017

Iron Oxide Films Prepared by Rapid Thermal Processing for Solar Energy Conversion

Björn Wickman, A. B. Fanta, A. Burrows et al
Scientific Reports. Vol. 7
Journal article
2016

PdAu Alloy Optical Plasmonic Sensors for Hysteresis Free Hydrogen Sensors

Ferry Nugroho, Beniamino Iandolo, Carl Wadell et al
Metal Hydride Systems 2016, Interlaken, Switzerland
Paper in proceedings
2016

Bottom-Up Nanofabrication of Supported Noble Metal Alloy Nanoparticle Arrays for Plasmonics

Ferry Nugroho, Beniamino Iandolo, Jakob B. Wagner et al
ACS Nano. Vol. 10 (2), p. 2871-2879
Journal article
2016

Tailoring Charge Recombination in Photoelectrodes Using Oxide Nanostructures

Beniamino Iandolo, Björn Wickman, Elin Svensson et al
Nano Letters. Vol. 16 (4), p. 2381-2386
Journal article
2016

Hysteresis-Free Nanoplasmonic Pd-Au Alloy Hydrogen Sensors

Ferry Nugroho, Beniamino Iandolo, Carl Wadell et al
E-MRS Spring Meeting 2016 Lille, France
Paper in proceedings
2015

The rise of hematite: origin and strategies to reduce the high onset potential for the oxygen evolution reaction

Beniamino Iandolo, Björn Wickman, Igor Zoric et al
Journal of Materials Chemistry A. Vol. 3 (33), p. 16896-16912
Journal article
2015

Hysteresis-Free Nanoplasmonic Pd-Au Alloy Hydrogen Sensors

Carl Wadell, Ferry Nugroho, Emil Lidström et al
Nano Letters. Vol. 15 (5), p. 3563-3570
Journal article
2015

Correlating flat band and onset potentials for solar water splitting on model hematite photoanodes

Beniamino Iandolo, H. Zhang, Björn Wickman et al
RSC Advances. Vol. 5 (75), p. 61021-61030
Journal article
2015

Electro-oxidation of water on hematite: Effects of surface termination and oxygen vacancies investigated by first-principles

Anders Hellman, Beniamino Iandolo, Björn Wickman et al
Surface Science. Vol. 640, p. 45-49
Journal article
2014

Faradaic efficiency of O-2 evolution on metal nanoparticle sensitized hematite photoanodes

Beniamino Iandolo, Björn Wickman, B. Seger et al
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. Vol. 16 (3), p. 1271-1275
Journal article
2014

Photoelectrochemical Processes on Fe2O3 Based Model Anodes

Beniamino Iandolo
Doctoral thesis
2014

The Role of Surface States in the Oxygen Evolution Reaction on Hematite

Beniamino Iandolo, Anders Hellman
Angewandte Chemie - International Edition. Vol. 53 (49), p. 13404-13408
Journal article
2013

On the mechanism for nanoplasmonic enhancement of photon to electron conversion in nanoparticle sensitized hematite films

Beniamino Iandolo, Tomasz Antosiewicz, Anders Hellman et al
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. Vol. 15 (14), p. 4947-4954
Journal article
2012

Enhanced Water Splitting on Thin-film Hematite Photoanodes Functionalized with Lithographically Fabricated Au Nanoparticles

Beniamino Iandolo, Michael Zäch
Australian Journal of Chemistry. Vol. 65 (6), p. 633-637
Journal article
2010

Soft Nanostructuring of YBCO Josephson Junctions by Phase Separation

David Gustafsson, H. Pettersson, Beniamino Iandolo et al
Nano Letters. Vol. 10 (12), p. 4824-4829
Journal article
2010

Nanophotochemical cells for water splitting from sunlight and water

Beniamino Iandolo, Michael Zäch
2nd ESF conference “Nanotechnology for Sustainable Energy”, Obergurgl, Austria, 4th – 9th July 2010
Conference poster

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