642 Interfacial Aspects of Electrochemical Energy Storage Systems

Thursday, November 1, 2012: 8:30 AM
413 (Convention Center )
This session seeks presentations regarding experiments, models and applications which exploit the complex behavior of electrochemical interfaces for energy storage. Energy storage electrodes can be both traditional battery electrodes as well as systems which produce "electrofuels" for later consumption, such as flow batteries or semi-open fuel cells. Of particular interest is the coupling of electronic and ionic conduction at non-ideal surfaces, for example slurried electrode interfaces, non-noble catalysts, and passivation layers.

Interfacial Phenomena
ICE2012: Alternative Energy & Enabling Technologies (T4E)

Dan Steingart
Email: steingart@princeton.edu

Holly J. Martin
Email: hmartin@cavs.msstate.edu

9:00 AM

9:25 AM
(642c) Phase Changes in Secondary Manganese Dioxide Electrodes for Grid-Scale Batteries
Joshua Gallaway, Can Erdonmez, Lev Sviridov, Abhinav Gaikwad, Tal Sholklapper, Nilesh Ingale, Michael Nyce, Benjamin Hertzberg, Sanjoy Banerjee and Daniel Steingart

9:50 AM
(642d) Adsorption Behaviors of Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate Onto Clathrate Hydrates in Electrolyte Solutions
Oluwaseun Salako, Chi Lo, Junshe Zhang, Ponisseril Somasundaran, Alexander Couzis and Jae W. Lee

10:15 AM
(642e) Electrochemical Performance of Binary Mixture of Ionic Liquids Electrolytes in Supercapacitors
Song Li, Guang Feng, Pasquale F. Fulvio, Patrick Hillesheim, Chen Liao, Sheng Dai and Peter T. Cummings
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