Giulio Alberti mostly deals with Inorganic chemistry, Zirconium phosphate, Zirconium, Conductivity and Phosphate. His Inorganic chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Ion exchange, Activation energy, Ionic conductivity, Metal and Crystallinity. His Zirconium phosphate research includes themes of Methanol fuel, Mineralogy, Oxygen and Intercalation.
His research in Zirconium focuses on subjects like Crystal structure, which are connected to Physical chemistry. His research in Conductivity intersects with topics in Phosphonate, Crystallization, Nafion, Thermal stability and Relative humidity. His Nafion research focuses on Proton exchange membrane fuel cell and how it relates to Thermal conduction and Proton conductor.
His primary areas of study are Inorganic chemistry, Zirconium phosphate, Zirconium, Phosphate and Ion exchange. The concepts of his Inorganic chemistry study are interwoven with issues in Phase, Metal, Conductivity, Ion and Alkali metal. His Zirconium phosphate research incorporates elements of Colloid, Analytical chemistry, Intercalation and Nuclear chemistry.
His Zirconium study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Phosphonate, Crystallography, Crystal structure, Hydrate and Catalysis. His Phosphate research includes themes of Combinatorial chemistry, Crystallinity, Aqueous solution and Solvent. In Nafion, Giulio Alberti works on issues like Polymer, which are connected to Polymer chemistry.
Nafion, Ionomer, Conductivity, Polymer chemistry and Zirconium phosphate are his primary areas of study. His study in Nafion is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Composite material, Polymer, Relative humidity and Analytical chemistry. In his research, Thermal conduction and Anisotropy is intimately related to Proton exchange membrane fuel cell, which falls under the overarching field of Conductivity.
His Polymer chemistry research incorporates elements of Proton conductor, Solvent, Ether, Ketone and Thermal treatment. His study on Zirconium phosphate is covered under Phosphate. He interconnects Combinatorial chemistry and Crystal structure in the investigation of issues within Phosphonate.
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Polymeric proton conducting membranes for medium temperature fuel cells (110–160°C)
G Alberti;M Casciola;L Massinelli;B Bauer.
Journal of Membrane Science (2001)
Crystalline Zr(R-PO3)2 and Zr(R-OPO3)2 compounds (R = organic radical)
G. Alberti;U. Costantino;S. Allulli;N. Tomassini.
Journal of Inorganic and Nuclear Chemistry (1978)
Solid state protonic conductors, present main applications and future prospects
Giulio Alberti;Mario Casciola.
Solid State Ionics (2001)
Layered and pillared metal(IV) phosphates and phosphonates
Giulio Alberti;Mario Casciola;Umberto Costantino;Riccardo Vivani.
Advanced Materials (1996)
Syntheses, crystalline structure, and ion-exchange properties of insoluble acid salts of tetravalent metals and their salt forms
Inorganic ion-exchange pellicles obtained by delamination of α-zirconium phosphate crystals
Giulio Alberti;Mario Casciola;Umberto Costantino.
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science (1985)
Effects of hydrothermal/thermal treatments on the water-uptake of Nafion membranes and relations with changes of conformation, counter-elastic force and tensile modulus of the matrix
G. Alberti;R. Narducci;M. Sganappa.
Journal of Power Sources (2008)
On the decay of Nafion proton conductivity at high temperature and relative humidity
M. Casciola;G. Alberti;M. Sganappa;R. Narducci.
Journal of Power Sources (2006)
Novel Nafion–zirconium phosphate nanocomposite membranes with enhanced stability of proton conductivity at medium temperature and high relative humidity
G. Alberti;M. Casciola;D. Capitani;A. Donnadio.
Electrochimica Acta (2007)
Zirconium Phosphite (3,3′,5,5′‐Tetramethylbiphenyl)diphosphonate, a Microporous, Layered, Inorganic–Organic Polymer
Giulio Alberti;Umberto Costantino;Fabio Marmottini;Riccardo Vivani.
Angewandte Chemie (1993)
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