Xiaowei Teng

Xiaowei Teng, Associate Professor

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Office: 
Kingsbury W317
Email: 
xpl2@unh.edu
Phone: 
(603) 862-4245

Education

Ph.D., Chemical Engineering, University of Rochester, 2006
B.S. & M. S., Biochemical Engineering, East China University of Science & Technology, Shangha, 2001
Research Interests: 
  • Nanomaterials, Fuel Cells, Catalysis
Courses Taught: 
  • CHE 604:  Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics
  • CHE 707:  Chemical Engineering Kinetics
  • CHE 712/812:  Introduction to Nuclear Engineering
  • CHE 932:  Advanced Chemical Engineering Kinetics
Recent Publications: 
  • Feygenson, M.; Teng, X.; Inderhees, S. E.; Yiu, Y.; Du, W.; Han, W.; Wen, J.; Xu, Z.; Podlesnyak, A. A.; Niedziela, J. L.; Hagen, M.; Qiu, Y.; Brown, C. M.; Zhang, L.; Aronson, M. C., “Low-energy magnetic excitations in Co/CoO core/shell nanoparticles”. Phys. Rev. B. 2011, 83, 174414
  • Du, W. X.; Su, D.; Wang, Q.; Frenkel, A. I.; Teng, X. W., “Promotional Effects of Bismuth on the Formation of Platinum-Bismuth Nanowires Network and the Electrocatalytic Activity toward Ethanol Oxidation”. Crystal Growth & Design 2011, 11, (2), 594-599.
  • Teng, X.W., Han, W., Ku, W., Hücker, M. Synthesis of ultrathin palladium and platinum nanowires and their magnetic properties. Angew. Chem.–Int. Ed., 2008, 47, 2055–2058.
  • Teng, X.W., Wang, Q., Liu, P., Han, W., Frenkel, A.I., Wen, W., Marinkovic. N., Hanson, J.C., Rodriguez, J.A. Formation of Pd/Au nanostructures from Pd nanowire via galvanic replacement reaction. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2008, 130, 1093–1101.
  • Maksimuk, S., Teng, X. W., Yang, H. Roles of twin defects in the formation of platinum multipod nanocrystals. J. Phys. Chem. C, 2007, 111, 14312–14319.