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Symposium ET03 : Application of Nanoscale Phenomena and Materials to Practical Electrochemical Energy Storage and Conversion

2018-11-26   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

Nian Liu, Georgia Institute of Technology
Weiyang Li, Dartmouth College
Bin Liu, Nanyang Technological University
Karthish Manthiram, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Symposium Support

Gotion Inc.
ET03.01: Electrocatalysis Perspectives, Fundamentals and Case Study of Water Splitting
Session Chairs
Bin Liu
Karthish Manthiram
Yamin Zhang
Monday AM, November 26, 2018
Hynes, Level 3, Room 302

8:00 AM - ET03.01.01
Enhanced Stability and Oxygen Evolution Electrocatalysis Activity of Heterostructured Anodes with Nanoscopically Thin Degenerately Doped Stannate and Titanate Epitaxial Layers

John Baniecki1,Catalin Harnagea2,Dan Ricinschi3,Takashi Yamazaki4,Yoshihiko Imanaka4,Hiroyuki Aso1

Fujitsu Laboratories1,INRS - Énergie Matériaux et Télécommunications2,Tokyo Institute of Technology3,Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd.4

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8:15 AM - ET03.01.02
OER Catalyst Stability Investigation Using RDE Technique—A Stability Measure or an Artifact?

Hany El-Sayed1,Alexandra Weiß1,Lorenz Olbrich1,Garin Pratomo1,Hubert Gasteiger1

Technical University of Munich1

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8:30 AM - *ET03.01.03
Nature Catalysis’ Views on the Electrochemical Conversion and Storage of Energy

Marcal Capdevila-Cortada1

Nature Catalysis1

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9:00 AM - *ET03.01.04
Catalyst and Electrode Development for Proton and Anion Exchange Membrane-Based Electrolyze

Prasanna Mani1,Katherine Ayers1,Chris Capuano1,Luke Dalton1

Proton OnSite1

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