Industrial Chemistry Group at the 2021 Fall ACS Meeting

Here are the presentations from Industrial Chemistry at the 2021 Fall ACS Meeting.

Biomass Refinery

Presentation from Professor Yongdan Li

Chemical and fuel commodities through catalytic solvolysis of lignin

This presentation was from Professor Yongdan Li at the 2021 Fall ACS Meeting. This presentation was on celebrating the 40th anniversary of CACS.


Flow Battery

Recent work on non-aqueous redox flow battery

Recent works on non-aqueous redox flow battery

The potential and solubility of the active materials can be improved by molecular modification.
Designing bi-redox materials can mitigate the crossover of the electrolyte.
Modifying membranes by 2D materials can enhance the ion selectivity of the membranes without the expense of resistance.


Photo-electro Catalysis

TiO2 nanotubes/Ti foil:  As functional supports and flexible electrodes in solar energy storage

TiO2 nanotubes/Ti foil: As functional supports and flexible electrodes in solar energy storage

TiO2 nanotubes grown on Ti foil: As functional supports and flexible electrodes

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