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Summer 2012 REU Poster: Battery Separator Layers with Thermally-Responsive Ion-Transport

Monday, July 30, 2012 2:00pm - 2:20pm EDT  
Host: Battery Separator Layers
By: Mathew Boyer, REU Program 2012, Clemson University and Amit Jha, REU Program 2012, Clemson University

A novel approach for electrochemically synthesizing porous polymer separator layers of phenolic derivatives for electrochemical cells on modified Polyaniline gold electrodes. 

An anlysis of the modifcation of electrode surfaces with poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) to create a thermally responsive layer that selectively inhibits ion transport to and from the electrode.  


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Mathew Boyer
Mathew Boyer

REU Program 2012, Clemson University

I am a junior chemical engineering major at Lehigh University and plan to attend graduate school in 2014.

Amit Jha
Amit Jha

REU Program 2012, Clemson University

My name is Amit Jha, and I am a rising senior at Arizona State University. I am pursuing a degree in biomedical engineering. I plan on attending graduate school for biomedical engineering in the fall of 2013.