His primary areas of study are Nanotechnology, Chemical engineering, Polymer chemistry, Electrode and Polymer. His Nanotechnology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Anodizing, Fuel cells and Supercapacitor, Electrochemical supercapacitors. His work focuses on many connections between Chemical engineering and other disciplines, such as Activation energy, that overlap with his field of interest in Relative humidity and Thermal conduction.
The concepts of his Polymer chemistry study are interwoven with issues in Ether, Differential scanning calorimetry and Thermal stability. His work on Electrochemistry as part of general Electrode study is frequently linked to Fabrication, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Polymer research incorporates elements of Ultimate tensile strength, Elastic modulus and Proton exchange membrane fuel cell.
Philippe Knauth focuses on Chemical engineering, Inorganic chemistry, Polymer, Polymer chemistry and Electrochemistry. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Thin film, Microstructure, Scanning electron microscope and Conductivity. The study incorporates disciplines such as Ionic conductivity, Dielectric spectroscopy, Copper, Ion and Nanocrystalline material in addition to Inorganic chemistry.
His Polymer study deals with Electrolyte intersecting with Lithium and Copolymer. His Polymer chemistry research focuses on Ether and how it connects with Ketone. His work investigates the relationship between Electrochemistry and topics such as Nanotechnology that intersect with problems in Anodizing and Anode.
Philippe Knauth mainly focuses on Chemical engineering, Polymer chemistry, Polymer, Ionic conductivity and Electrochemistry. His study in Chemical engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Thin film, Nanotechnology, Polysulfone, Scanning electron microscope and Dielectric spectroscopy. His Polymer chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Ether, Organic chemistry, Ammonium, Peek and Side chain.
His Polymer research integrates issues from Electrolyte and Imide. His Ionic conductivity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Ion exchange, Inorganic chemistry, Hydroxide, Composite number and Chloride. His research in Electrochemistry intersects with topics in Analytical chemistry, Metal and Diffusion.
Philippe Knauth mainly investigates Chemical engineering, Polysulfone, Ionic conductivity, Hydroxide and Polymer chemistry. His studies in Chemical engineering integrate themes in fields like Nanotechnology, Polymer, Dielectric spectroscopy, Electrolyte and Lithium. His research investigates the connection between Lithium and topics such as Coating that intersect with issues in Electrode.
His Ionic conductivity study incorporates themes from Inorganic chemistry, Trimethylamine, Composite number and Layered double hydroxides. His Inorganic chemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Octane and Aqueous solution. The Polymer chemistry study which covers Side chain that intersects with Electrochemistry, Ammonium iodide, Ammonium, Chloride and Ionomer.
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Inorganic solid Li ion conductors: An overview
Solid State Ionics (2009)
Three‐Dimensional Self‐Supported Metal Oxides for Advanced Energy Storage
Brian L. Ellis;Philippe Knauth;Philippe Knauth;Thierry Djenizian.
Advanced Materials (2014)
Alternative Li-Ion Battery Electrode Based on Self-Organized Titania Nanotubes
Gregorio F. Ortiz;Ilie Hanzu;Thierry Djenizian;Pedro Lavela.
Chemistry of Materials (2009)
Solid‐State Ionics: Roots, Status, and Future Prospects
Philippe Knauth;Harry L. Tuller.
Journal of the American Ceramic Society (2004)
The Big Problem of Small Particles: A Comparison of Methods for Determination of Particle Size in Nanocrystalline Anatase Powders
Alicia Weibel;Renaud Bouchet;Florence Boulc'h;Philippe Knauth.
Chemistry of Materials (2005)
Electrical and defect thermodynamic properties of nanocrystalline titanium dioxide
P. Knauth;H. L. Tuller.
Journal of Applied Physics (1999)
TiO2 nanotubes manufactured by anodization of Ti thin films for on-chip Li-ion 2D microbatteries
Gregorio F. Ortiz;Gregorio F. Ortiz;Ilie Hanzu;Philippe Knauth;Pedro Lavela.
Electrochimica Acta (2009)
Ionic Conductor Composites: Theory and Materials
Journal of Electroceramics (2000)
Nanostructured negative electrodes based on titania for Li-ion microbatteries
Thierry Djenizian;Ilie Hanzu;Philippe Knauth.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2011)
Nanoarchitectured TiO2/SnO: A Future Negative Electrode for High Power Density Li-Ion Microbatteries?
Gregorio F. Ortiz;Gregorio F. Ortiz;Ilie Hanzu;Pedro Lavela;Philippe Knauth.
Chemistry of Materials (2010)
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