Publications of Martin Oschatz

Journal Article (122)

Journal Article
Rose, M.; Korenblit, Y.; Kockrick, E.; Borchardt, L.; Oschatz, M.; Kaskel, S.; Yushin, G.: Hierarchical Micro- and Mesoporous Carbide-Derived Carbon as a High-Performance Electrode Material in Supercapacitors. Small 7 (8), pp. 1108 - 1117 (2011)
Journal Article
Oschatz, M.; Kockrick, E.; Rose, M.; Borchardt, L.; Klein, N.; Senkovska, I.; Freudenberg, T.; Korenblit, Y.; Yushin, G.; Kaskel, S.: A cubic ordered, mesoporous carbide-derived carbon for gas and energy storage applications. Carbon 48 (14), pp. 3987 - 3992 (2010)

Book Chapter (2)

Book Chapter
Oschatz, M.; Borchardt, L.; Hippauf, F.; Nickel, W.; Kaskel, S.; Brunner, E.: Interactions Between Electrolytes and Carbon-Based Materials—NMR Studies on Electrical Double-Layer Capacitors, Lithium-Ion Batteries, and Fuel Cells. In: Annual Reports on NMR Spectroscopy, Vol. 87, pp. 237 - 318 (Ed. Webb, G. A.). Academic Press, Oxford (2016)
Book Chapter
Oschatz, M.; Borchardt, L.; Hao, G.-P.; Kaskel, S.: Nanoporous Carbide-Derived Carbons as Electrode Materials in Electrochemical Double-Layer Capacitors. In: Nanocarbons for Advanced Energy Storage, Vol. 1, pp. 417 - 444 (Ed. Feng, X.). Wiley-VCH, Weinheim (2015)

Conference Paper (1)

Conference Paper
Kaskel, S.; Borchardt, L.; Oschatz, M.: Ordered mesoporous silicon carbide and carbide derived carbon materials. 243rd National Spring Meeting of the American-Chemical-Society, San Diego, CA, March 25, 2012 - March 29, 2012. Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society 243, (2012)

Meeting Abstract (1)

Meeting Abstract
Oschatz, M.; Lama, S.; Perovic, M.; Qin, Q.; Harmanli, I.: The Role of Pore Architecture and Atomic Construction of Carbon Materials in Heterogeneous Catalysis. In Book of Abstracts, p. 18. IMPRS - Recharge Symposium : catalysis towards greener chemistry, Max Planck Institute of Coal Research, Mülheim, May 20, 2019 - May 23, 2019. (2019)

Patent (1)

Oschatz, M.; Borchardt, L.; Kaskel, S.: Producing porous carbon material, comprises embedding inorganic nanoparticles into a carbon-containing matrix consisting of natural and synthetic organic materials and then reacting with a halogen gas. (2015)
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