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Dr Ding Zhang

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Postdoctoral Researcher | University of New South Wales

Dr Zhang holds my Bachelor of Renewable Energy Engineering with Honours Class 1 at UNSW. He obtained his PhD degree from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) with his research focused on the electrochemical production of hydrogen peroxide using metal-free carbon-based material.

Dr Zhang's current projects focus on the electrosynthesis of hydrogen peroxide by utilizing oxygen and electricity with metal-free vertical graphene material as the catalyst. Vertical graphene materials are a relatively new class of materials that offer unique properties for electrochemical applications, with larger surface area, higher conductivity, and excellent stability compared to the traditional graphene materials. Its non-stacking properties make it ideal for use in electrochemical reactions. The use of metal-free vertical graphene materials in the electrosynthesis of hydrogen peroxide is a promising approach to improving the efficiency and sustainability of the process.

Selected Publications:

  • D. Zhang, C. Tsounis, Z. Ma, D. Djaidiguna, N. M. Bedford, L. Thomsen, X. Lu, D. Chu, R. Amal, Z. Han, Small 2022, 18, 2105082

  • D. Zhang, E. Mitchell, X. Lu, D. Chu, L. Shang, T. Zhang, R. Amal, Z. Han, Mater. Today 2023, 63, 339.

  • Z. Ma, T. Wan, D. Zhang, J. A. Yuwono, C. Tsounis, J. Jiang, Y.-H. Chou, X. Lu, P. V. Kumar, Y. H. Ng, D. Chu, C. Y. Toe, Z. Han, R. Amal, ACS Nano 2023, 17, 2387.

  • C. Tsounis, B. Subhash, P. V. Kumar, N. M. Bedford, Y. Zhao, J. Shenoy, Z. Ma, D. Zhang, C. Y. Toe, S. Cheong, R. D. Tilley, X. Lu, L. Dai, Z. Han, R. Amal, Adv. Funct. Mater. 2022, 32, 2203067.

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