Renewable Energy-Driven Non-Equilibrium Chemistry: Plasma Chemistry as the Special Case


Location: 118 Nieuwland Science Hall

Richard van de Sanden, director of the Dutch Institute for Fundamental Energy Research and professor at the Department of Applied Physics of the Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands, will explain that non-equilibrium chemistry, driven by the excitation of internal states of molecules, is a broader class of selective chemistry, a chemistry enabled by the availability of renewable energy in the form of electricity.

In this talk, he will connect plasma chemistry in some of its aspects with plasmon induced chemistry, photochemistry and electrochemistry. 

Sponsored by the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and ND Energy.

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