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ECS Detroit Section: Bubble-based electrochemical methods for detection of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in water

Lawrence Technological University

In this talk, we present a proof-of-concept electrochemical sensor for detection of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances...

236th ECS Meeting: Atlanta, GA

Hilton Atlanta

Every ECS meeting is a forum for sharing the latest scientific and technical developments in electrochemistry and solid...

ECS Detroit Section: Best of Both Worlds: A Marriage of Two Battery Technologies

Lawrence Technological University

Global lithium-ion battery deployments over the next four years are expected to grow by 55 percent annually to 18 GWh, ...

ECS New England Section: Advances in Electrochemistry Using In Situ Liquid Cell Stem

Presentation: ADVANCES IN ELECTROCHEMISTRY USING IN SITU LIQUID CELL STEM Speaker: Dr. Kate Marusak Marketing Appli...

ECS Detroit Section: Lithium-Ion Batteries: Semi-Solid Electrode Technology—Next Generation Product/Manufacturing Platform for Lithium Ion

Lawrence Technological University

Naoki Ota, president and chief technical officer of 24M Technologies, Inc., will present “Lithium-Ion Batteries: Semi-S...

Electrochemical Conference on Energy and the Environment: Bioelectrochemistry and Energy Storage (ECEE 2019)

The purpose of the ECEE meetings is to focus on electrochemical energy conversion/storage materials, concepts, and syst...

235th ECS Meeting: Dallas, TX

Every ECS meeting is a forum for sharing the latest scientific and technical developments in electrochemistry and solid...

ECS Detroit Section: Sodium-Ion Batteries: The Best Option for Beyond Li-Ion?

Troy Community Center

Sodium-ion batteries (SIB) offer a most promising low cost alternative to lithium-ion batteries, for consideration in a...

ECS New England Section Meeting: May 2, 2019

Presentation: Engineering Disorder States for Lithium Solid State Battery Electrolytes Speaker: Jennifer L.M. Rupp ...

ECS Detroit Section: Diamond and Diamond-Like Carbon: Next-Generation Electrodes for Electrochemical Measurements

Lawrence Technological University

Carbon, routinely used in electrochemical sensor electrodes, is unique because of the microstructurally-distinct allotr...

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