Michael Beetz

Michael Beetz

PhD student
E-Mail:michael.beetz@cup.lmu.de

Tel: 089-2180-77625
E3.005

Publications:
Articles:

(11) Nanocellulosemediated transition of lithium-rich pseudoquarternary metal oxide nanoparticles into lithium nickel cobalt manganese oxide (NCM) nanostructures, P. M. Zehetmaier, F. Zoller, M. Beetz, M. A. Plaß, F. Friedrich, S. Häringer, B. Böller, M. Döblinger, T. Bein, D. Fattakhova-Rohlfing. 2020. [link]

(10) How Photocorrosion can trick you: A detailed study on low-bandgap Li doped CuO photocathodes for solar hydrogen production, J. Kampmann, S. Betzler, H. Hajiyani, S. Häringer, M. Beetz, T. Harzer, J. Kraus, B. V. Lotsch, C. Scheu, R. Pentcheva, D. Fattakhova-Rohlfing, T. Bein, 2019, submitted.

(9) V(III) Doped Nickel Oxide-Based Nanocatalysts for Electrochemical Water Splitting: Influence of Phase Composition and Doping on the Electrocatalytic Activity, D. Böhm, M. Beetz, C. Kutz, S. Zhang, C. Scheu, T. Bein, D. Fattakhova-Rohlfing, 2019, submitted.

[Cover Adv. Funct. Mater. 1/2020] Efficient OER Catalysts: Efficient OER Catalyst with Low Ir Volume Density Obtained by Homogeneous Deposition of Iridium Oxide Nanoparticles on Macroporous Antimony‐Doped Tin Oxide Support, Daniel Böhm, Michael Beetz, Maximilian Schuster, Kristina Peters, Alexander G. Hufnagel, Markus Döblinger, Bernhard Böller, Thomas Bein, Dina Fattakhova‐Rohlfing.

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(8) Efficient OER Catalyst with Low Ir Volume Density Obtained by Homogeneous Deposition of Iridium Oxide Nanoparticles on Macroporous Antimony‐Doped Tin Oxide Support, D. Böhm, M. Beetz, M. Schuster, K. Peters, A. G. Hufnagel, M. Döbliner B. Böller, T. Bein, D. Fattakhove-Rohlfing, Advanced Functional Materials, 2019. [link]

(7) Colloidal Plasmonic Nanostar Antennas with Wide Range Resonance Tunability, T. V. Tsoulos, S. Atta, M. J. Lagos, M. Beetz, P. E. Batson, G. Tsilomelekis, and L. Fabris, Nanoscale, 2019. [link]

(6) Understanding the role of AgNO3 concentration and seed morphology in the achievement of tunable shape control in gold nanostars, S. Atta, M. Beetz and L. Fabris, Nanoscale, 2019. [link]

(5) Carbon-templated conductive oxide supports for oxygen evolution catalysis, A. G. Hufnagel, S. Häringer, M. Beetz, B. Böller, D. Fattakhova-Rohlfing and T. Bein, Nanoscale, 2019. [link]

(4) Solvatochromic covalent organic frameworks, L. Ascherl, E. W. Evans, M. Hennemann, D. D. Nuzzo, A. G. Hufnagel, M.Beetz, R. H. Friend, T. Clark, T. Bein and F. Auras, Nat. Commun., 2018. [link]

(3) Accelerated fuel cell tests of anodic Pt/Ru catalyst via identical location TEM: New aspects of degradation behavior, K. Hengge, T. Gänsler, E. Pizzutilo, C. Heinzl, M. Beetz, K.J.J. Mayrhofer, C. Scheu, Int. J. Hydrogen Energy, 2017. [link]

(2) Titanium Doping and Its Effect on the Morphology of Three-Dimensional Hierarchical Nb3O7(OH) Nanostructures for Enhanced Light-Induced Water Splitting, S.B. Betzler, F. Podjaski, M. Beetz, K. Handloser, A. Wisnet, M. Handloser, A. Hartschuh, B.V. Lotsch and C. Scheu, Chem. Mater., 2016. [link]

Book chapter:

(1) The Chemistry of Metal–Organic Frameworks: Synthesis, Characterization, and ApplicationsMichael Beetz, Andreas Zimpel, Stefan Wuttke. [link]