Tzung-Wen Chiou

Publications

1.  Lu, S.; Chiang, J.-C.; Chiou, T.-W.*; Liaw, W.-F.*, Dinitrosyl iron complexes: From molecular electrocatalysts to electrodeposited-film electrodes for hydrogen evolution reaction, J. Chin. Chem. Soc. 2019, ASAP.

2.  Chen, C.-H.*; Chiou, T.-W.*; Chang, H.-C.; Li, W.-L.; Tung, C.-Y.; Liaw, W.-F., An organic ligand promoting the electrocatalytic activity of cobalt oxide for the hydrogen evolution reaction, Sustainable Energy Fuels, 20193, 2205-2210.

3.  Wu, W.-Y.; Hsu, C.-N.; Hsieh, C.-H.; Chiou, T.-W.*; Tsai, M.-L.*; Chiang, M.-H.; Liaw, W.-F.*, NO-to-[N2O2]2-toN2O Conversion Triggered by {Fe(NO)2}10-{Fe(NO)2}9 Dinuclear Dinitrosyl Iron Complex, Inorg. Chem. 201958, 9586-9591.

4.  Li, W.-L.; Chiou, T.-W.*; Chen, C.-H.; Yu, Y.-J.; Chu, L.-K.; Liaw, W.-F.*, Electrodeposited-Film Electrodes Derived from A Precursor Dinitrosyl Iron Complex for Electrocatalytic Water SplittingDalton Trans. 201847, 7128-7134.

5.  Chiou, T.-W.*; Tseng, Y.-M.; Lu, T.-T.; Weng, T.-C.; Sokaras, D.; Ho, W.-C.; Kuo, T.-S.; Jang, L.-Y.; Lee, J.-F.; Liaw, W.-F.*, [NiIII-OMe]-Mediated Rductive Activation of CO2 Affording a Ni(κ1-OCO) Complex, Chem. Sci. 20167, 3640-3644.

6.  Chiou, T.-W.*; Lu, T.-T.*; Wu, Y.-H.; Yu, Y.-J.; Chu, L.-K.; Liaw, W.-F.*, Development of Dinitrosyl Iron Complex from a Molecular Catalyst into a Hydrogen Evolution Cathode, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 201554, 14824-14829.

7.  Lai, K.-T.; Ho, W.-C.; Chiou, T.-W.; Liaw, W.-F.*, Formation of [NiIII1-S2CH)(P(o-C6H3-3-SiMe3-2-S)3)]- via CS2 Insertion into Nickel(III) Hydride Containing [NiIII(H)(P(o-C6H3-3-SiMe3-2-S)3)]-Inorg. Chem. 201352, 4151-4153.

8.  Lin, Z.-S.; Chiou, T.-W.; Liu, K.-Y.; Hsieh, C.-C.; Yu, J.-S. K.*; Liaw, W.-F.*, A Dinitrosyliron Complex within the Homoleptic Fe(NO)4 Anion: NO as Nitroxyl and Nitrosyl Ligands within a Single Structure, Inorg. Chem. 201251, 10092-10094. (Highlighted in C&E News201290, 31.)

9.  Chiou, T.-W.; Liaw, W.-F.*, Mononuclear Nickel(III) Complexes [NiIII(OR)(P(C6H3-3-SiMe3-2-S)3)]- (R = Me, Ph) Containing the Terminal Alkoxide ligand: Relevance to the Nickel Site of Oxidized-Form [NiFe] Hydrogenases, Inorg. Chem. 2008, 47, 7908-7913.

10.  Chiou, T.-W.; Liaw, W.-F.*, Nickel-Thiolate and Iron-Thiolate Cyanocarbonyl Complexes: Modeling the Nickel and Iron Sites of [NiFe] Hydrogenase, C. R. Chimie, 2008, 11, 818-833(Invited review)

11.  Lee, C.-M.; Chiou, T.-W.; Chen, H.-H.; Chiang, C.-Y.; Kuo, T.-S.; Liaw, W.-F.*, Mononuclear Ni(II)-Thiolate Complexes with Pendant Thiol and Dinuclear Ni(III/II)-Thiolate Complexes with Ni…Ni Interaction Regulated by the Oxidation Levels of Nickels and the Coordinated Ligands, Inorg. Chem. 2007, 46, 8913-8923.