Energy Conversion and Storage
We develop new materials and composites for solar energy conversion, electrocatalysis and next-generation batteries.
3D-printed Electrodes for Electrocatalysis
3D-printed Electrodes for Electrocatalysis

3D printing in combination with post-functionalization is used to develop robust and highly active electrodes for challenging multi-electron electrocatalyses, including hydrogen evolution and water oxidation.

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Top Down Fabrication of Molybdenum Oxo Clusters
Top Down Fabrication of Molybdenum Oxo Clusters

The top-down synthesis and deposition of polyoxometalate-like sub-nanometer molybdenum(VI)-oxo clusters on porous carbon is reported together with the high electrocatalytic oxygen reduction reactivity of the composite.

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Bifunctional Metal-oxide@Metal-foam Electrocatalysts
Bifunctional Metal-oxide@Metal-foam Electrocatalysts

Scalable bottom-up fabrication routes for the deposition of highly active metal oxide electrocatalysts on metal foam electrodes are developed. Control of their structure and morphology give access to highly efficient catalysts for oxygen evolution, hydrogen evolution and other challenging electrocatalyses.

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3D-printed Electrodes for Electrocatalysis
3D-printed Electrodes for Electrocatalysis

3D printing in combination with post-functionalization is used to develop robust and highly active electrodes for challenging multi-electron electrocatalyses, including hydrogen evolution and water oxidation.

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