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11. Effect of Confinement on Structure, Water Solubility and Water Transport in Nafion Thin Films
Topic: Energy Conversion, Storage, and Transport
Published: 9/19/2012
Authors: Kirt Anthony Page, Scott Eastman, Shuhui Kang, Christopher L Soles, Brandon W. Rowe
Abstract: Fuel cells based on polymer electrolyte membranes (PEM) show promise as a means of energy conversion for a wide range of applications both in the transportation sector and for stationary power production due to their high charge density and low opera ...

12. Inelastic Neutron Scattering on Polymer Electrolytes for Lithium-Ion Batteries
Topic: Energy Conversion, Storage, and Transport
Published: 5/7/2012
Authors: Huagen H. Peng, Madhusudan Tyagi, Kirt Anthony Page, Christopher L Soles
Abstract: The relationship between ion transport and polymer dynamics is central to the pursuit of solid polymer electrolytes for lithium batteries. This understanding is critical to achieve solid polymer electrolyte systems of sufficiently high ion conductiv ...

13. Computational Seebeck Coefficient Measurement Simulations
Series: Journal of Research (NIST JRES)
Report Number: 117.009
Topic: Energy Conversion, Storage, and Transport
Published: 5/2/2012
Author: Joshua Brooks Martin
Abstract: We have employed finite element analysis to develop computational Seebeck coefficient metrology simulations. This approach enables a unique exploration of multiple probe arrangements and measurement techniques within the same temporal domain. T ...

14. Direct Observation of Hydrogen Spillover in Ni-Loaded Pr-Doped Ceria
Topic: Energy Conversion, Storage, and Transport
Published: 1/17/2012
Authors: Vaneet Sharma, Peter A. Crozier, Renu Sharma, James B. Adams
Abstract: Hydrogen-spillover in Ni-loaded Pr-doped ceria (PDC) was directly observed using an environmental transmission electron microscope (ETEM). Localized reduction of ceria in a H2 atmosphere was observed and attributed to gas-Ni-ceria interactions at the ...

15. Electrolyte stability determines scaling limits for solid-state 3D Li-ion batteries
Topic: Energy Conversion, Storage, and Transport
Published: 12/20/2011
Authors: Dmitry Alexandrovich Ruzmetov, Vladimir Pavlovich Oleshko, Paul M Haney, Henri J Lezec, K Karki, K Baloch, Amit K Agrawal, Albert Davydov, Sergiy Krylyuk, Y Liu, JY Huang, Mihaela Tanase, John Cumings, Albert A. Talin
Abstract: Rechargeable, all-solid state Li-ion batteries (LIBs) with high specific capacity and small footprint are highly desirable to power an emerging class of miniature, autonomous microsystems that operate without a hardwire for power or communications. A ...

16. Coordination and Acceleration of Smart Grid Interoperability Standards
Topic: Energy Conversion, Storage, and Transport
Published: 12/2/2011
Author: Allen R Hefner Jr

17. Structure and Properties of Polymer Electrolyte Membranes Containing Phosphonic Acids for Anhydrous Fuel Cells
Topic: Energy Conversion, Storage, and Transport
Published: 11/9/2011
Authors: Kirt Anthony Page, Christopher L Soles, Huagen H. Peng, Do Y. Yoon, Sung-Il Lee, Myeongsoo Song, Kyung-Hwan Yoon, Wolfgang Meyer
Abstract: Recently, water-free, proton conducting, polymer electrolytes are attracting attention due to their possible application as fuel cell membranes at intermediate temperatures (100 ºC to 200 ºC). Phosphonic acid groups are considered feasible anhydrous ...

18. Improved activation and hydrogen storage properties of an amorphous Mg85Ni15 melt-spun alloy via surface treatment with NH4+ solution
Topic: Energy Conversion, Storage, and Transport
Published: 10/13/2011
Author: Eric Lass
Abstract: An amorphous Mg85Ni15 melt-spun hydrogen storage alloy, processed by submersion in an aqueous solution of NH4+, is able to absorb >5 wt. % hydrogen at 473 K during the first hydrogenation cycle. The nanocrystalline microstructure formed during devit ...

19. Compressed-Liquid Density Measurements of Methyl Oleate and Methyl Linoleate
Topic: Energy Conversion, Storage, and Transport
Published: 9/30/2011
Author: Stephanie L Outcalt
Abstract: Compressed liquid densities of the fatty acid methyl esters methyl linoleate and methyl oleate have been measured with a vibrating-tube densimeter. The temperature and pressure range of the measured data is from 270 K to 470 K, and 0.5 MPa to 50 MPa. ...

20. Parametric study of micropillar array solar cells
Topic: Energy Conversion, Storage, and Transport
Published: 6/19/2011
Authors: Heayoung Yoon, Yu A. Yuwen, Haoting Shen, Nikolas J. Podraza, Thomas E. Mallouk, Elizabeth C. Dickey, Joan A. Redwing, Christopher R. Wronski, Theresa S. Mayer
Abstract: Micro/nano pillar arrays can be a promising architecture for high efficiency solar cells based on less expensive photovoltaic materials with short minority carrier diffusion lengths (Ln, p). To investigate design tradeoffs of the radial junction arra ...

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