The primary GOAL is to push the boundaries of ion storage chemistry in solids, often employing CARBON-based materials as model structures, for the purposes of sustainable energy storage. We investigate local atomic and nanometric structure-property correlations to elucidate design principles for new energy materials by rational syntheses, advanced characterization and integration of computational studies. Our battery interests include hydronium-ion batteries, potassium-ion batteries, dual-ion batteries, and sodium-ion batteries. The electrode materials we invsetigate for these batteries include non-graphitic carbons, hydrocarbon molecular solids, and Prussian blue analogues.
We also design new device configurations on the basis of electrochemistry and materials chemistry for advanced properties.
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Gilbert Hall 153, Department of Chemistry
Oregon State University
Corvallis, Oregon, 97331, United States