asteroza + electrode   69

Home - 24M
Using mag fields to align magnetic nanoparticles in an electrode to improve electron paths, for higher peak battery output.
materials  science  research  technology  battery  energy  storage  lithium  ion  magnetic  nanoparticle  alignment  electrode  electron  path  management  peak  discharge 
october 2018 by asteroza
-WIRED CO., LTD.-
Using lasers to drill holes through battery electrodes to facilitate better ion transport
japan  laser  drill  drilling  materials  preprocessing  research  technology  battery  electrode 
october 2018 by asteroza
Technical feasibility of a proton battery with an activated carbon electrode
Appears to use an activated carbon electrode as a hydrogen store, paired with a reversible fuel cell, to make a complete proton battery
solid  state  hydrogen  storage  porous  activated  carbon  phenolic  resin  electrode  reversible  fuelcell  proton  battery  energy  materials  science  research  technology 
march 2018 by asteroza
Floating membraneless PV-electrolyzer based on buoyancy-driven product separation
Using asymmetrically catalyst coated mesh mebranes at small separation distances, vertically hanging mesh electrodes can perform electrolysis without a membrane and get good product separation, using natural gas buoyancy. Though this skews to tall rigs.
membraneless  asymetric  coated  electrode  mesh  water  electrolysis  electrolyzer  hydrogen  gas  production  materials  science  research  technology 
december 2017 by asteroza
Carbon-based Catalyst Developed for Fuel-cell Forklifts - News - Solar Power Plant Business
Ballard Power Systems seems to be the source of these carbon nanoshell catalyst electrodes, but one of the original researchers is Junichi Ozaki, of Gunma University, who was pursuing nano-shell multilayer carbon hollow shell spheres.
carbon  nanoshell  catalyst  electrode  PEM  fuelcell  materials  science  research  technology 
october 2017 by asteroza
Johnson Battery Technologies, Inc. | Custom Batteries | Lithium-Metal
Fancy all solid state lithium battery by the supersoaker inventer, some sort of ceramic electrolyte?
solid  state  electrode  electrolyte  battery  lithium  energy  storage  ceramic 
august 2016 by asteroza
Carbonized-leaf Membrane with Anisotropic Surfaces for Sodium-ion Battery - ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (ACS Publications)
So a baked oak leaf turns out to be a decent sodium battery electrode. A bioengineered oak leaf that is easier to harvest/use would be an interesting base from which to build battery parts.
carbonized  dried  oak  leaf  sodium  battery  electrode  energy  storage  materials  science  research  Delicious 
february 2016 by asteroza
Heteroatom-doped highly porous carbon from human urine : Scientific Reports : Nature Publishing Group
So, um ,wizzing on a slice of coal and slow baking it might make a better fuel cell catalyst than platinum? I wonder if they controlled for diet, since typical korean fare may result in a very different volatile ratio from western food, plus what types of booze. Reminds me of that red wine superconductor research.
fuelcell  catalyst  materials  science  research  technology  urine  surface  coating  pretretment  porous  carbon  electrode  electrocatalyst  Delicious 
june 2014 by asteroza
Towards a ‘proton flow battery’: Investigation of a reversible PEM fuel cell with integrated metal-hydride hydrogen storage
Now that's smart, integrating a metal hydride hydrogen sponge as an electrode in a PEM fuel cell to skip a step. Though it turns the setup essentially into a closed cycle battery, fixed to the capacity of the metal hydride electrode's internal storage capacity, hence the "battery" nomenclature.
metal  hydride  electrode  PEM  fuelcell  integrated  hydrogen  storage  materials  science  research  technology  proton  flow  battery  energy  Delicious 
february 2014 by asteroza
Harvesting Energy from CO2 Emissions - Environmental Science & Technology Letters (ACS Publications)
Requires a terrifyingly large membrane area (over 200 square kilometers for 1MW!), but interesting research.
amine  CO2  monoethanolamine  research  electrode  process  MEA  carbon  chemical  aqueous  porous  capture  power  generator  CCS  electrolyte  Delicious 
july 2013 by asteroza
Ambri
500KW power/2MWHr storage in a FEU (2xTEU) cargo container.
Ambri  Sadoway  liquid  metal  electrolyte  electrode  battery  materials  science  research  technology  green  grid  energy  storage  molten  salt  magnesium  antimony  Delicious 
august 2012 by asteroza
Copper hexacyanoferrate battery electrodes with long cycle life and high power : Nature Communications : Nature Publishing Group
High cycle durability cathode material, if matched with a hydrated potassium ion aqueous electrolyte. Still searching for a suitable anode though. May be suitable for grid energy storage due to ease of manufacturing and cost.
copper  hexacyanoferrate  crystalline  crystal  nanoparticle  nanocrystal  high  voltage  cathode  electrode  materials  science  research  technology  nanotechnology  energy  storage  battery  chemistry  Delicious 
december 2011 by asteroza
Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd. | Press Release (2011) Development of Porous Aluminum “Aluminum-Celmet”
I wonder if they chose Celmet as the trademark name, due to the classic R/L differentiation problem, and that cermet is a generic industry term for ceramic metal composites and thus isn't trademarkable...
Sumitomo  aluminum  celmet  materials  science  research  technology  high  porosity  electrode  metal  foam  Delicious 
july 2011 by asteroza
Xergy Incorporated
Uses fuel cell membrane electrode assembly technology to create a solid state cooler of sorts.
Xergy  electrochemical  compressor  refridgerator  refridgeration  active  cooling  hardware  electronics  devices  green  kuel-cell  thermal  management  fuelcell  PEM  MEA  membrane  electrode  Delicious 
july 2011 by asteroza
Porous Aluminum Developed to Triple Li-ion Battery Capacity -- Tech-On!
Interesting new materials research from Japan to up electrode performance for batteries and capacitors
Sumitomo  japan  materials  science  research  aluminum  celmet  electrode  high  porosity  porous  metal  foam  low  resistance  corrosion  resistant  Delicious 
june 2011 by asteroza
Stanford researchers use river water and salty ocean water to generate electricity
This is not an osmotic pressure power generator, rather a battery with flushable electrolytes that determine if it is in a charge or discharge phase. The added trick is using nanorods to increase the electrode area. Salinity is key here, meaning it doesn't have to be really clean freshwater, but the battery prefers brine over saltwater or brackish water. Hrm, I wonder if you could do this as secondary power generation for water desalination plants located on rivers next to oceans or salt lakes, using freshwater sources and desalination output brine?
manganese  dioxide  nanorod  electrode  freshwater  saltwater  water  salinity  electrolyte  battery  energy  storage  materials  science  research  technology  nanotechnology  power  generator  Delicious 
march 2011 by asteroza
Batteries charge very quickly and retain capacity, thanks to new structure | News Bureau | University of Illinois
Interesting, using Styrofoam beads as a temporary lattice building framework to make a metal lattice, which is later covered with the final thin film. This creates a very high surface area, allowing super fast charging. But, still like SCiB batteries, it seems the energy density is lower than conventional electrode batteries of the same type (around 75%) . A worthy flaw to allow fast charging? But that doesn't get around the high amperage issues of fast charging, and there is the scary part about fast accidental discharge, so you face the same issues as ultracapacitors.
battery  design  thin  film  lattice  self  assembly  materials  science  research  technology  manufacturing  production  fast  high  recharge  charge  charging  recharging  rate  electrode  Delicious 
march 2011 by asteroza
High-performance Li-ion Capacitor Developed With CNT, Lithium Titanate -- Tech-On!
Interesting use of a ultracentrifuge to meld lithium titanate with a carbon nanotube (is this a kind of mechanical doping?)
lithium  titanate  ultracapacitor  capacitor  carbon  nanotube  hybrid  electrode  materials  science  research  technology  nanotechnology  ultracentrifuge  composite  sheet  Delicious 
april 2010 by asteroza
Stanford researchers find electrical current stemming from plants
Directly tapping algae cells with piercing gold electrodes to siphon off photosynthesis electrons for power. Scalable? Probably not, unless you can culture the algae cells directly on an electrode grid panel and make them stick.
algae  direct  electron  takeoff  cell  membrane  electrode  photosynthesis  green  energy  power  generator  biology  research  Delicious 
april 2010 by asteroza
[JSAP] Optical Fiber Turns Into Solar Cell -- Tech-On!
Interesting hybrid cascade/tandem solar cell architecture using fiber optics. The trick is to catch light bouncing in the fiber by dye sensitized solar cells mounted as a concentric cladding around the fiber. To get higher efficiency, have one band of cells of a length sufficient to cat most pounced light in a single pass, then have another band farther down the fiber optimized for a different wavelength for the second pass. You would have multiple bands from front to back with short wavelength stuff up front. Interesting that these guys are gunning for the near-infrared, as they use bounced light which doesn't suffer from transmittance problems encountered in transparent electrode TCO dye sensitized tandem cells which must pass through the first layer to reach lower layer cells.
fiber  solar  cell  dye  sensitized  tandem  cascade  incident  light  bounce  visible  near-infrared  TCO  transparent  electrode  Delicious 
february 2010 by asteroza
Technology Review: TR10: Liquid Battery
Interesting idea, but what about the fundamental principal of batteries, being that you get better energy density by increasing the surface area of the electrodes? Wouldn't the liquid electrode layer represent the least amount of surface area possible?
technology  green  energy  liquid  metal  storage  battery  sodium  magnesium  antimony  electrode  molten  salt  electrolyte  sulfide  Delicious 
february 2009 by asteroza

related tags

3D  acid  activated  active  aerogel  air  algae  alignment  aluminum  Ambri  amine  anode  antimony  aqueous  artifical  artificial  assembly  asymetric  Axion  ball  battery  benzenedithiol  beta  betavoltaic  betavoltaics  biochar  biology  bioreactor  blue  bounce  capacitor  capture  carbon  carbonized  cascade  catalyst  Catalytix  cathode  CCS  cell  celmet  ceramic  charge  charging  chemical  chemistry  cloth  CO2  coated  coating  cobalt  composite  compound  compressor  conduction  conductor  cooling  copper  corrosion  cost  crystal  crystalline  deep  deionization  Delicious  density  design  devices  difference  dioxide  direct  discharge  disulfide  doping  dried  drill  drilling  dye  Eamex  effect  electric  electrocatalyst  electrochemical  electrode  electrodialysis  electrolysis  electrolyte  electrolyzer  electron  electronics  energy  engine  fabric  fast  fiber  filetype:pdf  film  flow  foam  free  freshwater  fried  fuelcell  gas  generator  glass  gold  graphene  graphite  green  grid  gyroid  gyroidal  H-SOEC  hardware  heat  hexacyanoferrate  high  honeycomb  hybrid  hydride  hydrogen  hyrogen  incident  integrated  interface  ion  ionic  japan  KI  kuel-cell  laminated  laser  lattice  layered  lead  leaf  Li-ion  LiBH4  life  light  liquid  lisicon  lithium  long  low  magnesium  magnetic  management  manganese  manufacturing  mat  materials  MEA  media:document  membrane  membraneless  mesh  metal  microparticle  MIT  molecule  molten  molybdenum  monoethanolamine  muscle  nanocrystal  nanohybrid  nanoparticle  nanoporous  nanorod  nanoshell  nanosphere  nanostructure  nanotechnology  nanotube  near-infrared  negative  Ni-Li  nickel  NiLi  NiMH  niobium  Nocera  nonaqueous  nuclear  O2  oak  organic  oxide  oxygen  P-SOEC  parasitic  path  peak  PEM  pH  phenolic  photosynthesis  plasmon  polymer  PolyPlus  porosity  porous  potential  power  preprocessing  pressure  pretretment  process  production  proton  radiation  radical  radioisotope  radiolysis  rate  reagent  recharge  recharging  Red  refridgeration  refridgerator  research  resin  resistance  resistant  reverse  reversible  roll-to-roll  RW-EDI  Sadoway  salinity  salt  saltwater  Samsung  science  scinece  seawater  Seebeck  self  self-assembly  sensitized  separator  sheet  silicon  sodium  SOEC  solar  solid  solution  space  sphere  spiral  splitting  sponge  stack  stair  state  steam  storag  storage  strontium  strontium-90  structure  substitute  sulfide  sulfur  sulphur  Sumitomo  Sun  supercapacitor  superionic  superoxide  surface  takeoff  tandem  TCO  technology  textile  thermal  thermoelectric  thermogenerator  thin  tin  titanate  titanium  TOSHIBA  Toyota  transparent  tungsten  ultracapacitor  ultracentrifuge  urine  vanadium  visible  voltage  wafer  water  wrap  Xergy 

Copy this bookmark:



description:


tags: