NANOIONICS: ENGINEERING ION TRANSPORT WITH TWO-DIMENSIONAL MATERIALS
Grant number: FL180100029 | Funding period: 2019 - 2024
This project aims to use graphene and other emerging two-dimensional materials to investigate and manipulate ion transport in nanoscale channels. Nanoionics focuses on understanding ions for transport and storage in nanoscale systems, central to numerous technologies related to water, energy and biomedicine. The project will provide sophisticated methods for revolutionary technological innovations to solve problems in several industries including manufacturing, mining, water management and bioengineering. Providing access to previously unavailable structures and materials, the project will support Australia’s manufacturing sector by transforming established industries with next generation te..View full description
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Electrolyte gating in graphene-based supercapacitors and its use for probing nanoconfined charging dynamics
Jing Xiao, Hualin Zhan, Xiao Wang, Zai-Quan Xu, Zhiyuan Xiong, Ke Zhang, George P Simon, Jefferson Zhe Liu, Dan Li
Graphene-based nanoporous materials have been extensively explored as high-capacity ion electrosorption electrodes for supercapaci..
Beneficial restacking of 2D nanomaterials for electrocatalysis: a case of MoS2 membranes.
Xingyue Qian, Ke Xie, Shiying Guo, Qinghua Liang, Shengli Zhang, Zhiyuan Xiong, Hualin Zhan, Congcong Liu, Xiaowei Yang, Junwu Zhu, Dan Li
Restacking of 2D nanomaterials is often deemed to be detrimental to their applications. In contrast to this common notion, here we..
Solvation-Involved Nanoionics: New Opportunities from 2D Nanomaterial Laminar Membranes.
Hualin Zhan, Zhiyuan Xiong, Chi Cheng, Qinghua Liang, Jefferson Zhe Liu, Dan Li
Nanoporous laminar membranes composed of multilayered 2D nanomaterials (2D-NLMs) are increasingly being exploited as a unique mate..