His primary scientific interests are in Supercapacitor, Nanotechnology, Hybrid material, Electrode and Chemical engineering. His Supercapacitor research focuses on Energy storage and how it connects with Supporting electrolyte. Pedro Gómez-Romero combines subjects such as Mesoporous material and Electrochromism with his study of Nanotechnology.
He has included themes like Oxide, Polymer and Benzimidazole in his Hybrid material study. His study in Chemical engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Power density, High voltage, Electrolyte, Proton exchange membrane fuel cell and Polyaniline. The study incorporates disciplines such as Inorganic chemistry and Cathode in addition to Electrochemistry.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Nanotechnology, Inorganic chemistry, Chemical engineering, Electrochemistry and Electrode. Pedro Gómez-Romero combines subjects such as Hydrothermal circulation and Energy storage with his study of Nanotechnology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Battery, Phosphoric acid, Conductivity and Proton exchange membrane fuel cell.
As a part of the same scientific family, Pedro Gómez-Romero mostly works in the field of Electrochemistry, focusing on Lithium and, on occasion, Cathode. His research in Electrode intersects with topics in Carbon nanotube and Graphene. His Hybrid material study combines topics in areas such as Polyaniline and Conductive polymer, Polymer.
Pedro Gómez-Romero mainly investigates Supercapacitor, Electrode, Nanotechnology, Chemical engineering and Graphene. His Supercapacitor research incorporates elements of Electrolyte, Hybrid material and Nanostructure. Pedro Gómez-Romero studies Electrochemistry, a branch of Electrode.
His Nanotechnology research incorporates themes from Anode, Electrode material and Reference electrode. His study on Chemical engineering also encompasses disciplines like
Pedro Gómez-Romero mainly focuses on Supercapacitor, Electrode, Nanotechnology, Electrochemistry and Capacitance. His Supercapacitor study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Chemical engineering, Power density and Energy storage. His work deals with themes such as Oxide, Silicon and Graphene, which intersect with Electrode.
His study explores the link between Graphene and topics such as Hybrid material that cross with problems in Coating and Process engineering. Pedro Gómez-Romero connects Nanotechnology with Fabrication in his research. His Electrochemistry research integrates issues from Thin film and Nanomaterials.
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Hybrid energy storage: the merging of battery and supercapacitor chemistries
Deepak P. Dubal;Omar Ayyad;Vanesa Ruiz Ruiz;P. Gómez-Romero.
Chemical Society Reviews (2015)
Hybrid Organic–Inorganic Materials—In Search of Synergic Activity
Advanced Materials (2001)
Towards flexible solid-state supercapacitors for smart and wearable electronics
Deepak P. Dubal;Deepak P. Dubal;Nilesh R. Chodankar;Do-Heyoung Kim;Pedro Gomez-Romero.
Chemical Society Reviews (2018)
Functional Hybrid Materials
Pedro Gómez-Romero;Clément Sanchez.
Proton-conducting membranes based on benzimidazole polymers for high-temperature PEM fuel cells. A chemical quest
Juan Antonio Asensio;Eduardo M. Sánchez;Eduardo M. Sánchez;Pedro Gómez-Romero.
Chemical Society Reviews (2010)
Proton‐conducting polymers based on benzimidazoles and sulfonated benzimidazoles
Juan Antonio Asensio;Salvador Borrós;Pedro Gómez‐Romero.
Journal of Polymer Science Part A (2002)
Nickel cobaltite as an emerging material for supercapacitors: An overview
Deepak P. Dubal;Deepak P. Dubal;Pedro Gomez-Romero;Babasaheb R. Sankapal;Rudolf Holze.
Nano Energy (2015)
Nanocomposites based on conducting polymers and carbon nanotubes: from fancy materials to functional applications.
Mihaela Baibarac;Pedro Gómez-Romero.
Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (2006)
Recent Developments on Proton Conduc‐ting Poly(2,5‐benzimidazole) (ABPBI) Membranes for High Temperature Poly‐mer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells
Juan Antonio Asensio;P. Gómez-Romero.
Fuel Cells (2005)
Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells Based on Phosphoric Acid-Impregnated Poly(2,5-benzimidazole) Membranes
Juan Antonio Asensio;Salvador Borrós;Pedro Gómez-Romero.
Journal of The Electrochemical Society (2004)
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