New paper published in Nature Communications on the energy storage mechanisms of iodide redox electrolytes. This work was done in collaboration with TU Graz (among others: Christian Prehal & Qamar Abbas).
New review article published in Chemical Reviews on pseudocapacitors, their science, material perspectives, and applications. This work was done in collaboration with Veronica Augustyn (NC State University), Cheng Zhan (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory), and De-en Jiang (University of California).
New paper published in Nature Reviews Materials on electrochemical desalination for the removal of ions (ranging from removal of undesired ions to elemental recovery and advanced ion management). The paper was created in collaboration with Doron Aurbach (Bar-Ilan University), Jeyong Yoon (Seoul National University), and Xiao Su (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign).
New paper published in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces on the use of MXene paired with activated carbon for electrochemical desalination. Probing low and high salinity levels, our work demonstrates the permselectivity of MXene and the synergetic added-value of MXene surface functional groups to boost the desalination performance.
New paper published in ACS Applied Energy Materials on the use of niobium carbide as a facile precursor for tailored niobium oxide / carbon hybrid electrode materials for high performance lithium-ion batteries. The work was done in collaboration with Saarland University (Guido Kickelbick), TU Darmstadt (Bastian J. M. Etzold), and the Leibniz Institute for Plasma Science and Technology.
New paper published in ChemSusChem on dual-zinc-ion desalination. The system consists of two zinc foils as redox electrodes with flowing ZnCl2 electrolyte; thereby, the system holds the promising of being continued to be developed for continuous operation. The work was done in collaboration with Fuming Chen (South China Normal University).
New paper published in Electrochemistry Communications on utilization of zinc air battery (ZAB) technology for innovative use as high performance desalination device. The resulting zinc air desalination (ZAD) unit is the first of a novel family of metal air battery desalination systems that show a very high desalination capacity.