Itai Panas
Itai Panas
Professor of Theoretical Chemistry
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Accelerating effects of colloidal nano-silica for beneficial calcium–silicate–hydrate formation in cement
J Björnström, A Martinelli, A Matic, L Börjesson, I Panas
Chemical physics letters 392 (1-3), 242-248, 2004
Early hydration and setting of Portland cement monitored by IR, SEM and Vicat techniques
R Ylmén, U Jäglid, BM Steenari, I Panas
Cement and Concrete Research 39 (5), 433-439, 2009
Single Atom Hot-Spots at Au–Pd Nanoalloys for Electrocatalytic H2O2 Production
JS Jirkovský, I Panas, E Ahlberg, M Halasa, S Romani, DJ Schiffrin
Journal of the American Chemical Society 133 (48), 19432-19441, 2011
On the cluster convergence of chemisorption energies
I Panas, J Schüle, P Siegbahn, U Wahlgren
Chemical physics letters 149 (3), 265-272, 1988
A DFT study on CO oxidation over Co3O4
P Broqvist, I Panas, H Persson
Journal of Catalysis 210 (1), 198-206, 2002
NO x storage on BaO (100) surface from first principles: a two channel scenario
P Broqvist, I Panas, E Fridell, H Persson
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 106 (1), 137-145, 2002
NOx storage on BaO: theory and experiment
P Broqvist, H Grönbeck, E Fridell, I Panas
Catalysis Today 96 (1-2), 71-78, 2004
Surface properties of alkaline earth metal oxides
P Broqvist, H Grönbeck, I Panas
Surface science 554 (2-3), 262-271, 2004
Insights into early hydration of Portland limestone cement from infrared spectroscopy and isothermal calorimetry
R Ylmén, L Wadsö, I Panas
Cement and Concrete Research 40 (10), 1541-1546, 2010
Revisiting the redox properties of hydrous iridium oxide films in the context of oxygen evolution
P Steegstra, M Busch, I Panas, E Ahlberg
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 117 (40), 20975-20981, 2013
Characterization of NOx Species Adsorbed on BaO:  Experiment and Theory
P Broqvist, H Grönbeck, E Fridell, I Panas
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 108 (11), 3523-3530, 2004
A theoretical study of CHx chemisorption on the Ni (100) and Ni (111) surfaces
PEM Siegbahn, I Panas
Surface science 240 (1-3), 37-49, 1990
Model studies of the chemisorption of hydrogen and oxygen on Cu (100)
A Mattsson, I Panas, P Siegbahn, U Wahlgren, H Akeby
Physical Review B 36 (14), 7389, 1987
Interplay of water and reactive elements in oxidation of alumina-forming alloys
N Mortazavi, C Geers, M Esmaily, V Babic, M Sattari, K Lindgren, ...
Nature materials 17 (7), 610-617, 2018
Model studies of the chemisorption of hydrogen and oxygen on nickel surfaces. I. The design of a one-electron effective core potential which includes 3d relaxation effects
I Panas, P Siegbahn, U Wahlgren
Chemical physics 112 (3), 325-337, 1987
Vibrational motion and geometrical structure in adsorbed CO studied by core level photoelectron spectroscopy
H Antonsson, A Nilsson, N Mårtensson, I Panas, PEM Siegbahn
Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena 54, 601-613, 1990
N2O2, N2O2− and N2O22−: structures, energetics and N N bonding
A Snis, I Panas
Chemical physics 221 (1-2), 1-10, 1997
Electrocatalytic oxygen evolution from water on a Mn (III–V) dimer model catalyst—A DFT perspective
M Busch, E Ahlberg, I Panas
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 13 (33), 15069-15076, 2011
Paralinear Oxidation of Chromium in O2 + H2O Environment at 600–700 °C
B Pujilaksono, T Jonsson, M Halvarsson, I Panas, JE Svensson, ...
Oxidation of Metals 70, 163-188, 2008
Quantum chemical modeling of the reduction of quinones
JRT Johnsson Wass, E Ahlberg, I Panas, DJ Schiffrin
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 110 (5), 2005-2020, 2006
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