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My previous research for my dissertation was focused on the electrospinning of poly(acrylonitrile) solutions to obtain nanofiberous non-woven materials. These materials were then thermally processed in various ways to obtain flexible, binderless, and collectorless carbon electrodes which have applications in various types of energy conversion and storage devices. When applied to lithium ion battery anodes, the fully prepared anodes were 100 wt% active material and demonstrated capacities in excess of the theoretical limit of graphitic carbons with capacity retentions of >95% at the 100th cycle at a C/4 discharge rate.
The Institute for Advanced Learning and Research (IALR) is pleased to announce Dr. J. Scott Lowman has...
New, Free Preview Event Open to Public Oct. 2, 5-7 p.m. Celebrating five years, the SOVA Career...
Danville Community College (DCC) and the Institute for Advanced Learning and Research (IALR) embarked on a workforce development project commonly referred to as Capstone in the community. Capstone or the Gene Haas Center for Integrated Machining is a third year advanced machining program for students looking to build upon skills learned during their first two years at DCC.