Inorganic chemistry, Electrochemistry, Cathode, Nanotechnology and Electrode are his primary areas of study. His Inorganic chemistry research incorporates themes from Adsorption, Metal-organic framework, Zeolite, Nanoporous and Aqueous solution. Lars Giebeler interconnects Thermal treatment and Hydrothermal carbonization in the investigation of issues within Electrochemistry.
He has researched Cathode in several fields, including Sulfur, Separator, Polysulfide, Carbon and Coating. Lars Giebeler combines subjects such as Reactivity and Mesoporous material with his study of Nanotechnology. He has included themes like Silicon and Lithium in his Electrode study.
Lars Giebeler mostly deals with Inorganic chemistry, Electrochemistry, Carbon, Nanotechnology and Lithium. The study incorporates disciplines such as Nanoparticle, Electrolyte, Polysulfide and Catalysis, Mesoporous material in addition to Inorganic chemistry. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Mesoporous material, Coating and Mesoporous carbon is strongly linked to Separator.
His study on Electrochemistry is covered under Electrode. His work on Cathode expands to the thematically related Nanotechnology. His Lithium research includes elements of Anode and Nanostructure.
His primary scientific interests are in Electrochemistry, Lithium, Anode, Electrolyte and Polysulfide. His study on Faraday efficiency is often connected to Electrical resistivity and conductivity as part of broader study in Electrochemistry. His research integrates issues of Photochemistry, Ionic liquid, Electrode, Sawdust and Potassium carbonate in his study of Lithium.
His study in Anode is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Phase transition, Silicon, In situ raman spectroscopy, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and Ion. His Electrolyte research incorporates elements of Nitrogen, Inorganic chemistry, Corrosion, Melamine and Carbon. His Polysulfide study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Nanotechnology, Sulfur, Lithium sulfur, Lithium–sulfur battery and Cathode.
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Functional Mesoporous Carbon‐Coated Separator for Long‐Life, High‐Energy Lithium–Sulfur Batteries
Juan Balach;Tony Jaumann;Markus Klose;Steffen Oswald.
Advanced Functional Materials (2015)
Fast and selective sugar conversion to alkyl lactate and lactic acid with bifunctional carbon-silica catalysts.
Filip de Clippel;Michiel Dusselier;Ruben Van Rompaey;Pieter Vanelderen.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2012)
Selective Adsorption and Separation of ortho-Substituted Alkylaromatics with the Microporous Aluminum Terephthalate MIL-53
Luc Alaerts;Michael Maes;Lars Giebeler;Pierre A. Jacobs.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2008)
Direct catalytic conversion of cellulose to liquid straight-chain alkanes
Beau Op de Beeck;Michiel Dusselier;Michiel Dusselier;Jan Geboers;Jensen Holsbeek.
Energy and Environmental Science (2015)
Hydrothermal carbon-based nanostructured hollow spheres as electrode materials for high-power lithium–sulfur batteries
Nicolas Brun;Ken Sakaushi;Linghui Yu;Lars Giebeler.
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (2013)
Lifetime vs. rate capability: Understanding the role of FEC and VC in high-energy Li-ion batteries with nano-silicon anodes
Tony Jaumann;Juan Balach;Ulrike Langklotz;Viktar Sauchuk.
Energy Storage Materials (2017)
Metal-based nanostructured materials for advanced lithium–sulfur batteries
Juan Balach;Julia Linnemann;Julia Linnemann;Tony Jaumann;Lars Giebeler.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2018)
Cooperative Catalysis for Multistep Biomass Conversion with Sn/Al Beta Zeolite
Jan Dijkmans;Michiel Dusselier;Dries Gabriëls;Kristof Houthoofd.
ACS Catalysis (2015)
Multimetallic Aerogels by Template-Free Self-Assembly of Au, Ag, Pt, and Pd Nanoparticles
Anne-Kristin Herrmann;Petr Formanek;Lars Borchardt;Markus Klose.
Chemistry of Materials (2014)
Microstructure and properties of FeCrMoVC tool steel produced by selective laser melting
J. Sander;J. Hufenbach;L. Giebeler;H. Wendrock.
Materials & Design (2016)
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