Despite the successes brought about by the incorporation of nanostructured materials in fuel cells, solar cells, and other devices, we are still far away from possessing a solid understanding of what is really going on at the nanoscale. Many critical questions remain. For example:
- What are the dimensions over which energy transfer or charge transfer reactions can effectively occur?
- Is there such a thing as too small? If the periodicity of a nanostructured materials interface is smaller than the characteristic energy transfer dimension, the answer may be yes.
- How do kinetic properties scale at small dimensions-is there more than simple surface area scaling at work?
- Michael Knight and Jake Ivy Awarded the Lohmiller TA Award for AY20-21
Congratulations to CCAC graduate students Michael Knight and Jake Ivy for being selected by the the Student Awards Committee as winners of the Lohmiller TA Award for AY20-21! Below is a list of all th …
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- CCAC Summer 2021 eNewsletter
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