Electrolyte Transport in Confined Spaces
Technical Report,01 Sep 2012,31 Aug 2015
Dept of Chemistry, University of Utah Salt Lake City United States
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We report research into the fundamentals of charge transport in confined electrolyte systems that are of fundamental and technological importance in energy-storage systems and in the development of nanoscale electrochemical platforms, including new chemical and physical sensors. Experimental studies quantifying the role of electrical field driven ion transport in electrolytes that are 1Os of nm thick, including at the 3-phase interface, are reported. Descriptions and results from multiscale computational modeling of charge transport in nanoscale electrochemical devices involving specialized large-scale molecular dynamics simulations and novel coarse-graining methods are presented.
- Physical Chemistry
- Energy Storage