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 Kokkinidis Georgios, Professor
Laboratory: Physical Chemistry
PHONE:+30 2310997751
Research Areas
(i) main field Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry.
(ii) other fields Electrocatalysis. Organic Electrochemistry.
(iii) current research interests Fuel cell catalysts: modification of electrodes
with metal-polymer composites and
underpotentially deposited metal ad-atoms.
Crystal size effects in electrocatalysis.
 Selected Publications
1. M. Van Brussel, G. Kokkinidis, A. Hubin and Cl. Buess-Herman. 
"Study of gold-supported platinum electrocatalysts for oxygen reduction.", Electrochim. Acta, 48, 3909, (2003)
2. G. Kokkinidis and G. Papanastasiou. 
"Electrocatalytic reduction of nitro, nitroso compounds and dioximes on upd ad-atom modified electrodes. (Review). ", Current Topics in Electrochemistry, 9, 178, (2003)
3. D. Pittois, G. Kokkinidis and Cl. Buess-Herman 
"Effect of the extent and structure of upd adlayers on the reduction of 2-nitroimidazole on Au (111) in acidic solutions. ", J. Electroanal. Chem., 532, 277, (2002)
4. M. Van Brussel, G. Kokkinidis, I. Vandendael and Cl. Buess-Herman. 
"High performance gold-supported platinum electrocatalysts for oxygen reduction.", Electrochemistry Communications, 4, 808, (2002)
5. A. Milchev, D. Stoychev, V. Lazarov, A. Papoutsis and G. Kokkinidis. 
"Nucleation and growth of metal catalysts. Electrodeposition of platinum on a titanium electrode. ", J. Cryst. Growth, 226, 138, (2001)
6. G. Kokkinidis, D. Stoychev, V. Lazarov, A. Papoutsis and A. Milchev. 
"Electroless deposition of Pt on Ti. Part II. Catalytic activity for oxygen reduction", J. Electroanal. Chem., 551, 20, (2001)
7. G. Kokkinidis, A. Papoutsis, D. Stoychev and A. Milchev. 
"Electroless deposition of Pt on Ti – catalytic activity for the hydrogen evolution reaction. ", J. Electroanal. Chem., 486, 48, (2000)
8. A. Kelaidopoulou, E. Abelidou and G. Kokkinidis. 
"Electrocatalytic oxidation of methanol and formic acid on dispersed electrodes: Pt, Pt-Sn and Pt/M(upd) in poly(2-hydroxy-3-aminophenazine).", J. Appl. Electrochem., 29, 1255, (1999)
9. E. Coutouli-Argyropoulou, A. Kelaidopoulou, C. Sideris and G. Kokkinidis. 
"Electrochemical studies of ferrocene derivates and their complexation with -cyclodextrine. ", J. Electroanal. Chem., 477, 130, (1999)
 Co-operation with other institutions
1. Institut für physikalishe Chemie und Electrochemie, universität Karlsruhe, Kaiserstasse. 12, D-7500 Karlsruhe
2. UMR 6503, Equipe Electrocatalyse, Université de Poitiers 40 Avenue du Recteur Pineau, 86022 Poitiers
3. Institute of Physical Chemistry, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences Acad. G. Bonchev Street, 1113 Sofia
4. Faculté de Sciences, Service de Chimie Analytique et Chimie des Interfaces, Université Libre de Bruxelles, CP 255, Boulevard de Triomphe
5. Department of Chemistry, University of Liverpool, GB-LIVERPOOL L69 3BX
United Kingdom
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  School of Chemistry
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki