Article - 17 Jan 2007
This looks at an electrochemical study of the underpotential deposition of cobalt onto glassy carbon electrode by the voltammetric techniques (cyclic, linear and rotating disk electrode voltammetry)....
Article - 27 Sep 2001
Processing techniques such as polymer film extrusion, in-situ polymerisation, injection and blow moulding and extrusion processes for production of clay-based nanocomposites are discussed as are...
Article - 14 Feb 2020
Since the commercialization of Li-Ion batteries in 1991, advancements in Li-ion battery research have further developed towards today's green era.
Article - 4 Nov 2005
An electrochemical study of the lithium insertion in phosphate tungsten bronzes through potentiostatic and galvanostatic experiments was carried out. Property results suggest that these bronzes only...
Article - 13 Apr 2017
The scientists around MIT professor Yet-Min Chiang and graduate students Kai Xiang and Wenting Xing discovered that a glass-like phase prevents the material from cracking despite large volume changes.
Article - 9 Oct 2001
Clay-based nanocomposites are generally combinations of clays and polymers. Intercalated hybrids maintain a clay-like structure, with increased spacings between layers, while in exfoliated hybrids the...
Article - 17 Jan 2023
According to a recent study by King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), rechargeable batteries that utilize ammonium cations (NH4+) as charge carriers could offer environmentally...
Article - 13 Jun 2022
This article discusses the application of Raman spectroscopy in electrolysis research to understand the electrode-potential induced redox-state changes in catalyst materials, detect surface-bound...
Article - 24 Apr 2018
Research developments on Li-ion batteries have involved increases in the energy density of the batteries while simultaneously reducing the weight and costs of these storage systems.
Article - 12 Jan 2018
Researchers have discovered a scalable, safe and green method to synthesize graphene oxide using water electrolytic oxidation of graphite.