Marta C. Hatzell
Marta C. Hatzell
Associate Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology
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Photon-driven nitrogen fixation: current progress, thermodynamic considerations, and future outlook
AJ Medford, MC Hatzell
Acs Catalysis 7 (4), 2624-2643, 2017
A physical catalyst for the electrolysis of nitrogen to ammonia
Y Song, D Johnson, R Peng, DK Hensley, PV Bonnesen, L Liang, ...
Science advances 4 (4), e1700336, 2018
Ammonia and nitric acid demands for fertilizer use in 2050
J Lim, CA Fernández, SW Lee, MC Hatzell
ACS Energy Letters 6 (10), 3676-3685, 2021
Structure sensitivity of Pd facets for enhanced electrochemical nitrate reduction to ammonia
J Lim, CY Liu, J Park, YH Liu, TP Senftle, SW Lee, MC Hatzell
ACS Catalysis 11 (12), 7568-7577, 2021
Effect of oxidation of carbon material on suspension electrodes for flow electrode capacitive deionization
KB Hatzell, MC Hatzell, KM Cook, M Boota, GM Housel, A McBride, ...
Environmental science & technology 49 (5), 3040-3047, 2015
Impact of channel wall hydrophobicity on through-plane water distribution and flooding behavior in a polymer electrolyte fuel cell
A Turhan, S Kim, M Hatzell, MM Mench
Electrochimica Acta 55 (8), 2734-2745, 2010
Microbial community composition is unaffected by anode potential
X Zhu, MD Yates, MC Hatzell, H Ananda Rao, PE Saikaly, BE Logan
Environmental science & technology 48 (2), 1352-1358, 2014
Capturing power at higher voltages from arrays of microbial fuel cells without voltage reversal
Y Kim, MC Hatzell, AJ Hutchinson, BE Logan
Energy & Environmental Science 4 (11), 4662-4667, 2011
Prospects and challenges for solar fertilizers
BM Comer, P Fuentes, CO Dimkpa, YH Liu, CA Fernandez, P Arora, ...
Joule 3 (7), 1578-1605, 2019
Laser perforated fuel cell diffusion media. Part I: Related changes in performance and water content
MP Manahan, MC Hatzell, EC Kumbur, MM Mench
Journal of Power Sources 196 (13), 5573-5582, 2011
Salt concentration differences alter membrane resistance in reverse electrodialysis stacks
GM Geise, AJ Curtis, MC Hatzell, MA Hickner, BE Logan
Environmental Science & Technology Letters 1 (1), 36-39, 2014
Different electrode configurations to optimize performance of multi-electrode microbial fuel cells for generating power or treating domestic wastewater
Y Ahn, MC Hatzell, F Zhang, BE Logan
Journal of Power Sources 249, 440-445, 2014
The role of adventitious carbon in photo-catalytic nitrogen fixation by titania
BM Comer, YH Liu, MB Dixit, KB Hatzell, Y Ye, EJ Crumlin, MC Hatzell, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 140 (45), 15157-15160, 2018
Capacitive mixing power production from salinity gradient energy enhanced through exoelectrogen-generated ionic currents
MC Hatzell, RD Cusick, BE Logan
Energy & Environmental Science 7 (3), 1159-1165, 2014
Large-scale solar-thermal desalination
Y Zheng, RAC Gonzalez, KB Hatzell, MC Hatzell
Joule 5 (8), 1971-1986, 2021
Powering microbial electrolysis cells by capacitor circuits charged using microbial fuel cell
MC Hatzell, Y Kim, BE Logan
Journal of Power Sources 229, 198-202, 2013
Reference and counter electrode positions affect electrochemical characterization of bioanodes in different bioelectrochemical systems
F Zhang, J Liu, I Ivanov, MC Hatzell, W Yang, Y Ahn, BE Logan
Biotechnology and bioengineering 111 (10), 1931-1939, 2014
Energy recovery from solutions with different salinities based on swelling and shrinking of hydrogels
X Zhu, W Yang, MC Hatzell, BE Logan
Environmental science & technology 48 (12), 7157-7163, 2014
Comparison of hydrogen production and electrical power generation for energy capture in closed-loop ammonium bicarbonate reverse electrodialysis systems
MC Hatzell, I Ivanov, RD Cusick, X Zhu, BE Logan
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 16 (4), 1632-1638, 2014
Structure-controlled graphene electrocatalysts for high-performance H 2 O 2 production
K Lee, J Lim, MJ Lee, K Ryu, H Lee, JY Kim, H Ju, HS Cho, BH Kim, ...
Energy & Environmental Science 15 (7), 2858-2866, 2022
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