Shuiliang Chen focuses on Microbial fuel cell, Carbonization, Composite material, Anode and Electrospinning. His work in Microbial fuel cell addresses issues such as Inorganic chemistry, which are connected to fields such as Pyrolysis, Phosphorus and Heterogeneous catalysis. His research integrates issues of Porosity, Nanotechnology and Carbon nanofoam in his study of Carbonization.
The Porosity study combines topics in areas such as Reticulated foam and Melamine foam. His Reticulated foam research integrates issues from Supercapacitor and Polymer. His work in the fields of Bioelectrochemical reactor overlaps with other areas such as Current density and Renewable resource.
Shuiliang Chen spends much of his time researching Microbial fuel cell, Composite material, Anode, Electrospinning and Nanofiber. The various areas that Shuiliang Chen examines in his Microbial fuel cell study include Inorganic chemistry, Cellulose and Pyrolysis. His Pyrolysis study which covers Melamine foam that intersects with Graphene.
His Anode study combines topics in areas such as Kenaf, Graphite, Carbonization and Lithium. His Carbonization study frequently links to other fields, such as Supercapacitor. The study incorporates disciplines such as Polyamic acid, Carbon nanofiber and Scanning electron microscope in addition to Nanofiber.
His primary areas of investigation include Anode, Lithium, Cathode, Carbon black and Metal. His work on Exoelectrogen is typically connected to Pulp and paper industry as part of general Anode study, connecting several disciplines of science. Shuiliang Chen combines subjects such as Electrolyte, Composite number and Hydrothermal circulation with his study of Lithium.
His study in Metal is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Porosity, Surface modification, Nickel, Biocompatibility and Corrosion. His Porosity research focuses on Coating and how it connects with Layer. While the research belongs to areas of Electrical conductor, Shuiliang Chen spends his time largely on the problem of Faraday efficiency, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Microbial fuel cell.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Faraday efficiency, Environmental science, Energy conservation, Carbonization and Human life. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Microbial fuel cell, Power output, Projected area, Resistor and Capillary action.
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QTL mapping of ten agronomic traits on the soybean ( Glycine max L. Merr.) genetic map and their association with EST markers.
W.-K. Zhang;Y.-J. Wang;G.-Z. Luo;J.-S. Zhang.
Theoretical and Applied Genetics (2004)
Electrospun and solution blown three-dimensional carbon fiber nonwovens for application as electrodes in microbial fuel cells
Shuiliang Chen;Haoqing Hou;Falk Harnisch;Sunil A. Patil.
Energy and Environmental Science (2011)
Electrospun polymer nanofibres with small diameters.
Chaobo Huang;Shuiliang Chen;Chuilin Lai;Darrell H Reneker.
Elastic carbon foam via direct carbonization of polymer foam for flexible electrodes and organic chemical absorption
Shuiliang Chen;Shuiliang Chen;Guanghua He;Huan Hu;Shaoqin Jin.
Energy and Environmental Science (2013)
Electrochemical Sensing and Biosensing Platform Based on Biomass- Derived Macroporous Carbon Materials
Li Wang;Qinying Zhang;Shuiliang Chen;Fugang Xu.
Analytical Chemistry (2014)
Supercapacitors based on hybrid carbon nanofibers containing multiwalled carbon nanotubes
Qiaohui Guo;Xiaoping Zhou;Xiaoyan Li;Shuiliang Chen.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2009)
Layered corrugated electrode macrostructures boost microbial bioelectrocatalysis
Shuiliang Chen;Guanghua He;Qin Liu;Falk Harnisch.
Energy and Environmental Science (2012)
High‐Strength Mats from Electrospun Poly(p‐Phenylene Biphenyltetracarboximide) Nanofibers
Chaobo Huang;Shuiliang Chen;Darrell H. Reneker;Chuilin Lai.
Advanced Materials (2006)
Needle-like polyaniline nanowires on graphite nanofibers: hierarchical micro/nano-architecture for high performance supercapacitors
Shuijian He;Xiaowu Hu;Shuiliang Chen;Huan Hu.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2012)
A three-dimensionally ordered macroporous carbon derived from a natural resource as anode for microbial bioelectrochemical systems.
Shuiliang Chen;Guanghua He;Xiaowu Hu;Mingyun Xie.
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