Tejs Vegge
Tejs Vegge
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The atomic simulation environment—a Python library for working with atoms
AH Larsen, JJ Mortensen, J Blomqvist, IE Castelli, R Christensen, ...
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 29 (27), 273002, 2017
8942017
Atomic-scale simulations of the mechanical deformation of nanocrystalline metals
J Schiøtz, T Vegge, FD Di Tolla, KW Jacobsen
Physical Review B 60 (17), 11971, 1999
6721999
Ammonia for hydrogen storage: challenges and opportunities
A Klerke, CH Christensen, JK Nørskov, T Vegge
Journal of Materials Chemistry 18 (20), 2304-2310, 2008
5462008
A theoretical evaluation of possible transition metal electro-catalysts for N 2 reduction
E Skulason, T Bligaard, S Gudmundsdóttir, F Studt, J Rossmeisl, ...
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 14 (3), 1235-1245, 2012
4782012
Communications: Elementary oxygen electrode reactions in the aprotic Li-air battery
JS Hummelshøj, J Blomqvist, S Datta, T Vegge, J Rossmeisl, ...
The Journal of chemical physics 132 (7), 071101, 2010
3712010
Lithium salts for advanced lithium batteries: Li–metal, Li–O 2, and Li–S
R Younesi, GM Veith, P Johansson, K Edström, T Vegge
Energy & Environmental Science 8 (7), 1905-1922, 2015
3192015
Locating the rate-limiting step for the interaction of hydrogen with Mg (0001) using density-functional theory calculations and rate theory
T Vegge
Physical Review B 70 (3), 035412, 2004
1862004
Electroreduction of N2 to Ammonia at Ambient Conditions on Mononitrides of Zr, Nb, Cr, and V: A DFT Guide for Experiments
Y Abghoui, AL Garden, JG Howalt, T Vegge, E Skúlason
Acs Catalysis 6 (2), 635-646, 2016
1762016
Structural Stability of Complex Hydrides: L i B H 4 Revisited
Z Łodziana, T Vegge
Physical review letters 93 (14), 145501, 2004
1732004
Theoretical insight into the trends that guide the electrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide to formic acid
JS Yoo, R Christensen, T Vegge, JK Nørskov, F Studt
ChemSusChem 9 (4), 358-363, 2016
1572016
Dehydrogenation kinetics of pure and nickel-doped magnesium hydride investigated by in situ time-resolved powder X-ray diffraction
TR Jensen, A Andreasen, T Vegge, JW Andreasen, K Ståhl, AS Pedersen, ...
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 31 (14), 2052-2062, 2006
1572006
Indirect, reversible high-density hydrogen storage in compact metal ammine salts
RZ Sørensen, JS Hummelshøj, A Klerke, JB Reves, T Vegge, JK Nørskov, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 130 (27), 8660-8668, 2008
1502008
DFT+U Study of Polaronic Conduction in Li2O2 and Li2CO3: Implications for Li–Air Batteries
JM Garcia-Lastra, JSG Myrdal, R Christensen, KS Thygesen, T Vegge
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 117 (11), 5568-5577, 2013
1392013
Dehydrogenation kinetics of as-received and ball-milled LiAlH4
A Andreasen, T Vegge, AS Pedersen
Journal of Solid State Chemistry 178 (12), 3672-3678, 2005
1322005
Trends in hydride formation energies for magnesium-3d transition metal alloys
T Vegge, LS Hedegaard-Jensen, J Bonde, TR Munter, JK Nørskov
Journal of alloys and compounds 386 (1-2), 1-7, 2005
1172005
Nanoconfined LiBH4 as a Fast Lithium Ion Conductor
D Blanchard, A Nale, D Sveinbjörnsson, TM Eggenhuisen, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 25 (2), 184-192, 2015
1162015
The role of transition metal interfaces on the electronic transport in lithium–air batteries
J Chen, JS Hummelshøj, KS Thygesen, JSG Myrdal, JK Nørskov, T Vegge
Catalysis Today 165 (1), 2-9, 2011
1022011
Towards identifying the active sites on RuO 2 (110) in catalyzing oxygen evolution
RR Rao, MJ Kolb, NB Halck, AF Pedersen, A Mehta, H You, ...
Energy & Environmental Science 10 (12), 2626-2637, 2017
1012017
Orientation-Dependent Oxygen Evolution on RuO2 without Lattice Exchange
KA Stoerzinger, O Diaz-Morales, M Kolb, RR Rao, R Frydendal, L Qiao, ...
ACS Energy Letters 2 (4), 876-881, 2017
972017
Equilibrium structure and Ti-catalyzed H 2 desorption in NaAlH 4 nanoparticles from density functional theory
T Vegge
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 8 (42), 4853-4861, 2006
932006
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