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      Researcher in surface science and heterogeneous catalysis

        Contact: laurent.piccolo(a)ircelyon.univ-lyon1.fr

        ORCID # 0000-0003-4095-0572

        ResearcherID # F-4278-2010

        Scopus Author ID # 6602111033

        IdHAL laurent-piccolo

Selected recent publications

Identification of Stable Species Formed under CO Adsorption and Oxidation on Alumina-supported Single Pt Atoms: Why Nanoparticles are More Active 

F. Morfin, C. Dessal, A. Sangnier, C. Chizallet, L. Piccolo, ACS Catalysis 2024, 14, 9628

Operando X-ray absorption spectroscopic study of ultradispersed Mo/TiO2 CO2-hydrogenation catalysts: why does rutile promote methanol synthesis?

T. Len, P. Afanasiev, Y. Yan, M. Aouine, F. Morfin, L. Piccolo, ACS Catalysis 2023, 13, 13982

MXene-supported single-atom and nano catalysts for gas-phase hydrogenation reactions

Y. Yan, D. Sall, L. Loupias, S. Célérier, M. Aouine, P. Bargiela, M. Prévot, F. Morfin, L. Piccolo, Materials Today Catalysis 2023, 2, 100010

Supported metal single-atom thermocatalysts for oxidation reactions

L. Piccolo, S. Loridant, P. Christopher
Chapter 9 in Supported Metal Single-Atom Catalysis, P. Serp & D. Pham Mihn (Eds.), Wiley-VCH, Weinheim (2022)

Ultradispersed Mo/TiO2 catalysts for CO2 hydrogenation to methanol

T. Len, M. Bahri, O. Ersen, Y. Lefkir, L. Cardenas, I.J. Villar-Garcia, V. Pérez Dieste, J. Llorca, N. Perret, R. Checa, E. Puzenat, P. Afanasiev, F. Morfin, L. Piccolo, Green Chemistry 2021, 23, 7259

CNRS/INC highlight: Transformer le CO2 en méthanol "vert"

ALBA synchrotron highlight: a new catalyst for the conversion of CO2 to methanol 

Structural effects of the chemical environment in metal nanocatalysis and single-atom catalysis 

L. Piccolo, Catalysis Today 2021, 373, 80 

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