Avner Rothschild
Avner Rothschild
Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
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Probing the photoelectrochemical properties of hematite (α-Fe 2 O 3) electrodes using hydrogen peroxide as a hole scavenger
H Dotan, K Sivula, M Grštzel, A Rothschild, SC Warren
Energy & Environmental Science 4 (3), 958-964, 2011
Ultrasensitive Chemiresistors Based on Electrospun TiO2 Nanofibers
ID Kim, A Rothschild, BH Lee, DY Kim, SM Jo, HL Tuller
Nano letters 6 (9), 2009-2013, 2006
The effect of grain size on the sensitivity of nanocrystalline metal-oxide gas sensors
A Rothschild, Y Komem
Journal of Applied Physics 95 (11), 6374-6380, 2004
Identifying champion nanostructures for solar water-splitting
SC Warren, K VoÔtchovsky, H Dotan, CM Leroy, M Cornuz, F Stellacci, ...
Nature materials 12 (9), 842-849, 2013
Photoelectrochemical water splitting in separate oxygen and hydrogen cells
A Landman, H Dotan, GE Shter, M Wullenkord, A Houaijia, A Maljusch, ...
Nature materials 16 (6), 646-651, 2017
Ultrasensitive and highly selective gas sensors based on electrospun SnO2 nanofibers modified by Pd loading
DJ Yang, I Kamienchick, DY Youn, A Rothschild, ID Kim
Advanced Functional Materials 20 (24), 4258-4264, 2010
Selective Detection of Acetone and Hydrogen Sulfide for the Diagnosis of Diabetes and Halitosis Using SnO2 Nanofibers Functionalized with Reduced Graphene†…
SJ Choi, BH Jang, SJ Lee, BK Min, A Rothschild, ID Kim
ACS applied materials & interfaces 6 (4), 2588-2597, 2014
Resonant light trapping in ultrathin films for water splitting
H Dotan, O Kfir, E Sharlin, O Blank, M Gross, I Dumchin, G Ankonina, ...
Nature materials 12 (2), 158-164, 2013
Advances and new directions in gas-sensing devices
ID Kim, A Rothschild, HL Tuller
Acta Materialia 61 (3), 974-1000, 2013
Decoupled hydrogen and oxygen evolution by a two-step electrochemical–chemical cycle for efficient overall water splitting
H Dotan, A Landman, SW Sheehan, KD Malviya, GE Shter, DA Grave, ...
Nature Energy 4 (9), 786-795, 2019
Electronic Structure, Defect Chemistry, and Transport Properties of SrTi1-xFexO3-y Solid Solutions
A Rothschild, W Menesklou, HL Tuller, E Ivers-Tiffee
Chemistry of materials 18 (16), 3651-3659, 2006
Enhancement in the performance of ultrathin hematite photoanode for water splitting by an oxide underlayer.
T Hisatomi, H Dotan, M Stefik, K Sivula, A Rothschild, M Grštzel, ...
Advanced Materials (Deerfield Beach, Fla.) 24 (20), 2699-2702, 2012
Hollow ZnO nanofibers fabricated using electrospun polymer templates and their electronic transport properties
SH Choi, G Ankonina, DY Youn, SG Oh, JM Hong, A Rothschild, ID Kim
ACS nano 3 (9), 2623-2631, 2009
Sensing behavior of TiO2 thin films exposed to air at low temperatures
A Rothschild, F Edelman, Y Komem, F Cosandey
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 67 (3), 282-289, 2000
Microsphere templating as means of enhancing surface activity and gas sensitivity of CaCu3Ti4O12 thin films
ID Kim, A Rothschild, T Hyodo, HL Tuller
Nano letters 6 (2), 193-198, 2006
Empirical in operando analysis of the charge carrier dynamics in hematite photoanodes by PEIS, IMPS and IMVS
D Klotz, DS Ellis, H Dotan, A Rothschild
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 18 (34), 23438-23457, 2016
On the solar to hydrogen conversion efficiency of photoelectrodes for water splitting
H Dotan, N Mathews, T Hisatomi, M Grätzel, A Rothschild
The journal of physical chemistry letters 5 (19), 3330-3334, 2014
Thin-walled SnO 2 nanotubes functionalized with Pt and Au catalysts via the protein templating route and their selective detection of acetone and hydrogen sulfide molecules
JS Jang, SJ Kim, SJ Choi, NH Kim, M Hakim, A Rothschild, ID Kim
Nanoscale 7 (39), 16417-16426, 2015
Transpiration driven electrokinetic power generator
TG Yun, J Bae, A Rothschild, ID Kim
ACS nano 13 (11), 12703-12709, 2019
Nanostructured metal oxide gas sensors prepared by electrospinning
ID Kim, A Rothschild
Polymers for Advanced Technologies 22 (3), 318-325, 2011
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