Bocarsly Lab

Welcome

Welcome to the website of the lab group of Dr. Andrew Bocarsly in Princeton University's Department of Chemistry. Our research is in the field of inorganic materials chemistry and electrochemistry.

Recent News

Congratulations, Dr. Maor Baruch! Dr. Maor Baruch successfully defended his thesis titled, "Mechanistic Insights into the Reduction of Carbon Dioxide on Tin and Bismuth Electrodes using in situ Infrared Spectroscopy and Differential Electrochemical Mass Spectrometry." Good luck in North Carolina! We'll miss our lab dad!

Posted by Aubrey Paris on Feb 25 16 at 10:40 AM

Congratulations Dr. Jim White!! Dr. Jim White has graduated with his amazing thesis on Electrocatalytic Reduction of Carbon Dioxide on Post-Transition Metal and Metal Oxide Nanoparticle. Now there are only two James' in the lab :( We will miss you Jim :')

Posted by James Park on Jan 18 16 at 12:00 AM

Congratulations Master Frick! Jessica Frick has successfully passed her generals! :D She worked hard to prepare and present her generals proposal! Congratulations Master Frick!!

Posted by James Park on Jan 05 16 at 12:00 AM

Congratualtions Dr. Yuan Hu Yuan has successfully presented his thesis on Solar Fuel Generation on Semiconductors: Photo-Assisted H2 Evolution on a Novel Delafossite AgRhO2 and a p-GaP (111) Surface with {110} Faces Revealed by Etching for CO2 Reduction. We will miss you Dr. Yuan!!

Posted by James Park on Sep 23 15 at 2:26 PM

Congratulations Dr. Kuo Liao! Kuo presented his thesis on A view on the imidazolium electrochemical reduction on platinum and gold electrodes in aqueous solution: implications for imidazolium assisted CO2 reduction. Congratulations Kuo!

Posted by Jim White on May 27 15 at 9:57 AM

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Bocarsly Group 9/2015

The three active projects currently being investigated are:
· Electrochemical and Photoelectrochemical CO2 Reduction;
· Novel electrocatalysts and membrane treatments for the direct ethanol fuel cell;
· Novel cyanogel materials for metal nanoparticle synthesis.

We're always looking for highly motivated undergraduate students and graduate students. If interested, please contact Dr. Bocarsly, stop by the lab on the third floor of Frick Chemistry Laboratory, or come to one of our open group meetings.