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Dr. Reut Cohen

Mass Spectrometry Specialist
Telephone
Fax
972-3-738-4053
Email
reut.fait@gmail.com
Office
Bldg. 211, Room 014
Publications
  1. Artel, V., Cohen, R.Apped, I. Sukenik, C. et al. Controlled Formation of Thiol and Disulfide Interfaces. Langmuir 2013, 29 (1), pp. 191–198
  2. Reut Cohen, Yacov Mazuz, Michael Tikhonov and Chaim N. Sukenik. Carboxylic Acid Decorated Self-Assembled Monolayer Films: New Acid Synthesis Chemistry and Reaction Chemistry Including Bridged Diacyl Peroxide Preparation. Langmuir 2015, 31 (10), pp. 3049–3058
  3. Reut Cohen and Chaim N. SukenikHighly Loaded COOH Functionalized Silica ParticlesColloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering AspectsVolume 504, 5 September 2016, Pages 242–251
  4. Netanel Shpigel, Fyodor Malchik, Mikhael D. Levi, Bar Gavriel, Gil Bergman, Shay Tirosh, Nicole Leifer, Gil Goobes, Reut Cohen, Michal Weitman, Hagit Aviv, Yaakov R. Tischler, Doron Aurbach, Yury Gogotsi. New aqueous energy storage devices comprising graphite cathodes, MXene anodes And concentrated sulfuric acid solutions. Energy Storage Materials 2020, 32, 1-10
  5. Jonathan Tzadikov, Natasha Ronith Levy, Liel Abisdris, Reut Cohen, Michal Weitman, Ilia Kaminker, Amir Goldbourt, Yair Ein-Eli, Menny Shalom. Bottom-Up Synthesis of Advanced Carbonaceous Anode Materials Containing Sulfur for  Na-Ion Batteries. Adv. Funct. Mater. 2020, 30 2000592
  6. Moorthy Maruthapandi, Lakshmanan Eswaran, Reut Cohen, Nina Perkas, John H. T. Luong, and Aharon Gedanken*. Silica-Supported Nitrogen-Enriched Porous Benzimidazole-Linked and Triazine-Based Polymers for the Adsorption of CO2. Langmuir 2020, 36, 16, 4280–4288
  7. David Malka, Sapir Giladi, Ortal Hanna, Michal Weitman, Reut Cohen, Yuval Elia, Ran Attias, Thierry Brousse, Aryeh A. Frimer and Doron Aurbach. Catechol-Modified Carbon Cloth as Hybrid Electrode for Energy Storage Devices. ECS 2019, 166, 1147-1153
  8. Sapir Shekef Aloni, Milena Perovic, Michal Weitman, Reut Cohen, Martin Oschatz, Yitzhak Mastai. Amino acid-based ionic liquids as precursors for the synthesis of chiral nanoporous carbons. Nanoscale Adv. 2019, 1, 4981-4988

Last Updated Date : 18/03/2021