The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Polymer chemistry, Ion exchange, Copolymer, Arylene and Nafion. His research in Polymer chemistry intersects with topics in Ether, Thermal stability and Monomer. His Ion exchange research includes elements of Inorganic chemistry, Hydroxide, Faraday efficiency and Polymer.
His research integrates issues of Electrolyte, Alkaline fuel cell and Nanotechnology in his study of Polymer. His studies deal with areas such as Sulfonic acid, Chemical engineering and Proton exchange membrane fuel cell as well as Copolymer. His Nafion research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ionomer and Polymerization.
His primary areas of study are Chemical engineering, Polymer chemistry, Ion exchange, Polymer and Inorganic chemistry. His Chemical engineering research includes themes of Cathode, Nafion and Conductivity. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Copolymer, Side chain, Arylene and Ether.
His Ion exchange research integrates issues from Cationic polymerization, Oxide, Phenylene and Hydroxide. His Polymer research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Ionic bonding, Electrochemistry and Nanotechnology. His study brings together the fields of Electrolyte and Inorganic chemistry.
His main research concerns Chemical engineering, Ion exchange, Ion, Polymer and Conductivity. The concepts of his Chemical engineering study are interwoven with issues in Copolymer, Polymerization, Electrolysis, Ion transporter and Ionic liquid. His Ion exchange research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Inorganic chemistry, Hydroxide, Polymer chemistry, Alkyl and Side chain.
Michael A. Hickner is interested in Cationic polymerization, which is a branch of Polymer chemistry. His study in Polymer is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Thin film, Quartz crystal microbalance and Solvent. In his work, Nafion is strongly intertwined with Substrate, which is a subfield of Thin film.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Ion exchange, Chemical engineering, Polymer chemistry, Hydroxide and Conductivity. His studies in Ion exchange integrate themes in fields like Fuel cells, Inorganic chemistry, Olefin fiber, Alkyl and Side chain. His Inorganic chemistry research incorporates themes from Methylene and Cationic polymerization.
His work deals with themes such as Sintering, Ceramic, Dissociation, Salt and Composite number, which intersect with Chemical engineering. Polymer chemistry is often connected to Copolymer in his work. His work is dedicated to discovering how Hydroxide, Ion are connected with Graphane, Carbon nanotube, Aqueous solution and Electrolyte and other disciplines.
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Alternative Polymer Systems for Proton Exchange Membranes (PEMs)
Michael A. Hickner;Hossein Ghassemi;Yu Seung Kim;Brian R. Einsla.
Chemical Reviews (2004)
Anion-exchange membranes in electrochemical energy systems
JR John Varcoe;Plamen Atanassov;Dario Dekel;AM Andrew Herring.
Energy and Environmental Science (2014)
Direct polymerization of sulfonated poly(arylene ether sulfone) random (statistical) copolymers: candidates for new proton exchange membranes
Feng Wang;Michael Hickner;Yu Seung Kim;Thomas A. Zawodzinski.
Journal of Membrane Science (2002)
Block Copolymers for Fuel Cells
Yossef A. Elabd;Michael A. Hickner.
Highly Stable, Anion Conductive, Comb-Shaped Copolymers for Alkaline Fuel Cells
Nanwen Li;Yongjun Leng;Michael A. Hickner;Chao Yang Wang.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2013)
State of Water in Disulfonated Poly(arylene ether sulfone) Copolymers and a Perfluorosulfonic Acid Copolymer (Nafion) and Its Effect on Physical and Electrochemical Properties
Yu Seung Kim;Limin Dong;Michael Anthony Hickner;Thomas E. Glass.
Solid-state water electrolysis with an alkaline membrane.
Yongjun Leng;Guang Chen;Alfonso J. Mendoza;Timothy B. Tighe.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2012)
Transport Properties of Hydroxide and Proton Conducting Membranes
Michael R. Hibbs;Michael Anthony Hickner;Todd M. Alam;Sarah K. McIntyre.
Chemistry of Materials (2008)
The Chemical and Structural Nature of Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell Properties
M. A. Hickner;B. S. Pivovar.
Fuel Cells (2005)
Fabrication and characterization of heteropolyacid (H3PW12O40)/directly polymerized sulfonated poly(arylene ether sulfone) copolymer composite membranes for higher temperature fuel cell applications
Yu Seung Kim;Feng Wang;Michael Hickner;Thomas A Zawodzinski.
Journal of Membrane Science (2003)
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