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Energy news, March 2020

Organic semiconductors improved by polymer combination

Using a novel etching solution, researchers have developed a new method for making MXenes that does away with the need for water.

Using an electrochemical cell inside a transmission electron microscope, scientists have captured in real time how lithium ions move in lithium titanate.

A novel separator with conductive carbon nanotubes can prevent lithium-metal batteries from heating up and catching fire in case of a short circuit.

Researchers have shown that modifying any surface with millimeter tall peaks and valleys can reduce frost formation on that surface by 60%.

Researchers have designed a system that can produce large quantities of the 2D material known as MXene while preserving its unique properties.

Producing single crystalline GaN nanowire growth based on an amorphous substrate

Wearable all-solid-state supercapacitors with excellent performance

Ni-rich cathodes used in EV Li-ion batteries show improved performance stability when doped with boron

flakes of material decorated with tiny particles could prove useful for catalyzing hydrogen generation reactions

A fabric made using salts could be used to gather drinking water from the atmosphere

3D supercapacitors knitted from cotton or nylon yarn coated with a novel conductive material could power smart textiles

Hydrogel can ultrasonically charge bioelectronic implants

A novel nickel-iron catalyst and polymer electrode binder can produce hydrogen from water as well as a precious metal catalyst.

Prof. Barbara Rothen-Rutishauser is using an Agents of Change grant to empower women in academia

new nanoparticle catalyst could drive artificial photosynthesis to provide clean energy while removing anthropogenic CO2 from the atmosphere

Scientists believe there may be a way to make a single material that can conduct both electricity and energy with 100% efficiency.

Lead-absorbing polymer films can prevent toxic lead leaking from perovskite solar cells while have no effect on their performance.

thin nanostructured films of gold and nickel boost performance of direct methanol fuel cells

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