The electrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide (CO2) into valuable intermediary chemicals is an enticing avenue of ongoing research.
Electrolysis refers to the broad range of chemical reactions that are electronically-driven.
Cathode studies largely focus on exploring the use of new and improved materials suitable for energy storage applications.
Lithium Ion Battery Development
Modern electronic devices demand high-performance energy storage solutions that can satisfy their high-power demands with greater efficiency and in a compact format.
Electrocatalysts participate in redox reactions by increasing the oxidation or reduction rate.
Fuel Cell Studies
Fuel cell studies represent a key frontier in the development of sustainable energies and advanced energy storage devices.
Differential Electrochemical Mass Spectrometry