KEVIN C. LEONARD, PHD


Assistant Professor

Center for Environmentally Beneficial Catalysis (CEBC)

Department of Chemical & Petroleum Engineering

The University of Kansas

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BIO

Nanomaterials have unique properties not found in conventional materials, and are able to increase the rates and selectivities of electrochemical reactions.

Advancing characterization techniques for electrocatalytic and photoelectrocatalytic materials to increase fundamental understanding of reaction mechanisms.

WHAT’S NEW IN THE LEONARD LAB

FUELS & CHEMICALS FOR THE FUTURE
electrocatalysis,  water splitting, CO2 reduction, SECM, and more

Discovering new materials to catalyze electrochemical reactions for the creation of renewable fuels and chemicals in an environmentally-beneficial manner.