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Antonio Faraone (Fed)


Instrument scientist for the Neutron Spin Echo Spectrometer

Research interests:

  • Polymer nanocomposites
  • Molecular liquids and Molecular glass-formers
  • Confined and interfacial water


All-Temperature Zinc Batteries with High-Entropy Aqueous Electrolyte

Chongyin Yang, Jiale Xia, Chunyu Cui, Travis P. Pollard, Jenel Vatamanu, Antonio Faraone, Joseph Dura, Madhu Sudan N. Tyagi, Alex Kattan, Elijah Thimsen, Jijian Xu, Wentao Song, Enyuan Hu, Xiao Ji, Singyuk Hou, Xiyue Zhang, Michael S. Ding, Sooyeon Hwang, Dong Su, Yang Ren, Xiao-Qing Yang, Howard Wang, Oleg Borodin, Chunsheng Wang
Solvent-in-salt electrolytes have revolutionized both aqueous and non-aqueous batteries by extending the electrochemical stability window 1,2,3 and enabling new

EXPANSE: A time-of-flight EXPanded Angle Neutron Spin Echo spectrometer at the Second Target Station of the Spallation Neutron Source

Changwoo Do, Rana Ashkar, Cristina Boone, Wei-Ren Chen, Georg Ehlers, Peter Falus, Antonio Faraone, Jason Gardner, Van Graves, Thomas Huegle, Reika Katsumata, Darian Kent, Jiao Lin, Bill Mchargue, Bradley D. Olsen, Yangyang Wang, Danielle Wilson, Y. Z.
EXPANSE, an EXPanded Angle Neutron Spin Echo instrument, has been proposed and selected as one of the first suite of instruments to be built at the Second
Created October 9, 2019, Updated December 8, 2022