His primary scientific interests are in Ion, Chemical physics, Molecular dynamics, Nanotechnology and Supercapacitor. His Ion research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Inorganic chemistry, Pyroprocessing, Electrochemistry and Fission products. The various areas that he examines in his Chemical physics study include Polarization, Polarizability and Viscosity.
His studies in Molecular dynamics integrate themes in fields like Dipole, Molten salt, Thermodynamics and Density functional theory. Much of his study explores Nanotechnology relationship to Carbon. His Supercapacitor research includes themes of Solvation, Adsorption, Capacitor, Electrolyte and Energy storage.
Mathieu Salanne mainly investigates Molecular dynamics, Ion, Chemical physics, Electrolyte and Electrode. In his research on the topic of Molecular dynamics, Interaction potential is strongly related with Thermodynamics. His Ion research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Inorganic chemistry, Polarizability and Analytical chemistry.
His Chemical physics study also includes
Mathieu Salanne focuses on Molecular dynamics, Electrochemistry, Electrode, Chemical physics and Electrolyte. His Molecular dynamics research includes elements of Polarization, Monolayer and Conductivity. The study incorporates disciplines such as Salt and Hydrophobe in addition to Electrochemistry.
His Chemical physics research incorporates themes from Adsorption, Molecule, Dissociation, Ion and Aqueous solution. Mathieu Salanne combines subjects such as Inorganic chemistry and Carbon with his study of Ion. His Electrolyte research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Field, Supercapacitor, Electric field and Thomas–Fermi model.
His primary areas of investigation include Electrolyte, Electrode, Electrochemistry, Statistical physics and Capacitor. Mathieu Salanne has researched Electrolyte in several fields, including Field and Precipitation. His Electrode research integrates issues from Electric field, Thomas–Fermi model, Condensed matter physics, Perfect conductor and Electrical conductor.
His Electrochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Salt, Bound water and Dissolution. His work on Differential capacitance as part of general Capacitor study is frequently connected to Inverse and Constant, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. The Electrocatalyst study combines topics in areas such as Electricity generation, Electrostatics and Nanotechnology.
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Efficient storage mechanisms for building better supercapacitors
Mathieu Salanne;Mathieu Salanne;Mathieu Salanne;Benjamin Rotenberg;Benjamin Rotenberg;Katsuhiko Naoi;Katsumi Kaneko.
Nature Energy (2016)
On the molecular origin of supercapacitance in nanoporous carbon electrodes
Céline Merlet;Céline Merlet;Benjamin Rotenberg;Benjamin Rotenberg;Paul Anthony Madden;Pierre-Louis Taberna;Pierre-Louis Taberna.
Nature Materials (2012)
Highly confined ions store charge more efficiently in supercapacitors
Céline Merlet;Clarisse Péan;Clarisse Péan;Benjamin Rotenberg;Paul Anthony Madden.
Nature Communications (2013)
Reversible magnesium and aluminium ions insertion in cation-deficient anatase TiO2
Toshinari Koketsu;Jiwei Ma;Jiwei Ma;Benjamin J. Morgan;Monique Body.
Nature Materials (2017)
Materials for supercapacitors: When Li-ion battery power is not enough
Zhaoyang Lin;Zhaoyang Lin;Eider Goikolea;Andrea Balducci;Katsuhiko Naoi.
Materials Today (2018)
Simulating Supercapacitors: Can We Model Electrodes As Constant Charge Surfaces?
Céline Merlet;Céline Merlet;Clarisse Péan;Clarisse Péan;Clarisse Péan;Benjamin Rotenberg;Benjamin Rotenberg;Paul A. Madden.
Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters (2013)
The electric double layer has a life of its own
Céline Merlet;David T. Limmer;Mathieu Salanne;René Van Roij.
Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2014)
On the Dynamics of Charging in Nanoporous Carbon-Based Supercapacitors
Clarisse Péan;Céline Merlet;Céline Merlet;Benjamin Rotenberg;Benjamin Rotenberg;Paul Anthony Madden.
ACS Nano (2014)
Partial breaking of the Coulombic ordering of ionic liquids confined in carbon nanopores
Ryusuke Futamura;Taku Iiyama;Yuma Takasaki;Yury Gogotsi;Yury Gogotsi.
Nature Materials (2017)
Computer simulations of ionic liquids at electrochemical interfaces
Céline Merlet;Benjamin Rotenberg;Paul A. Madden;Mathieu Salanne.
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (2013)
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