2016 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
William C. Chueh mainly focuses on Electrochemistry, Oxide, Redox, Chemical engineering and Photochemistry. His Electrochemistry research entails a greater understanding of Electrode. His Oxide research incorporates elements of Syngas and Inert gas.
His Chemical engineering research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Cerium oxide–cerium oxide cycle, Thermochemical cycle, Vacancy defect and Oxygen ions. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Photochemistry, Oxygen deficient, Surface oxygen and Perovskite is strongly linked to Metal. His research investigates the connection with Lithium and areas like Mineralogy which intersect with concerns in Chemical physics.
William C. Chueh mostly deals with Electrochemistry, Electrode, Chemical engineering, Chemical physics and Analytical chemistry. His Electrochemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Oxide, Inorganic chemistry, Redox, Electrolyte and Lithium. William C. Chueh combines subjects such as Nanoscopic scale, Nanotechnology, Microscopy, Synchrotron and Particle size with his study of Electrode.
His Chemical engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Oxygen evolution and Nickel. His Chemical physics study incorporates themes from Solid-state chemistry, Overpotential and Intercalation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Dielectric spectroscopy and Ambient pressure.
Electrochemistry, Chemical physics, Redox, Chemical engineering and Transition metal are his primary areas of study. His Electrochemistry course of study focuses on Lithium and Physical chemistry. His Chemical physics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Microsecond, Overpotential, Diffraction and Electron transfer.
His study with Redox involves better knowledge in Inorganic chemistry. Transition metal and Electrode are commonly linked in his work. His work in Electrode covers topics such as Perovskite which are related to areas like Oxide.
William C. Chueh focuses on Electrochemistry, Redox, Dissociation, Partial pressure and Chemical physics. Particularly relevant to Oxygen evolution is his body of work in Electrochemistry. William C. Chueh has included themes like Thermochemical cycle, Inorganic chemistry, Spinel, Ferrite and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy in his Dissociation study.
In most of his Partial pressure studies, his work intersects topics such as Electron transfer. William C. Chueh interconnects Electrode, Energy landscape, Transition metal and Intercalation in the investigation of issues within Chemical physics.
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High-flux solar-driven thermochemical dissociation of CO2 and H2O using nonstoichiometric ceria
William C. Chueh;Christoph Falter;Mandy Abbott;Danien Scipio.
Data-driven prediction of battery cycle life before capacity degradation
Kristen A. Severson;Peter M. Attia;Norman Jin;Nicholas Perkins.
Nature Energy (2019)
A thermochemical study of ceria: exploiting an old material for new modes of energy conversion and CO2 mitigation.
William C. Chueh;Sossina M. Haile.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A (2010)
Sr- and Mn-doped LaAlO3-δ for solar thermochemical H2 and CO production
Anthony H. McDaniel;Elizabeth C. Miller;Darwin Arifin;Andrea Ambrosini.
Energy and Environmental Science (2013)
High electrochemical activity of the oxide phase in model ceria–Pt and ceria–Ni composite anodes
William C. Chueh;William C. Chueh;Yong Hao;WooChul Jung;Sossina M. Haile.
Nature Materials (2012)
Ceria as a Thermochemical Reaction Medium for Selectively Generating Syngas or Methane from H2O and CO2
William C. Chueh;Sossina M. Haile.
Origin and hysteresis of lithium compositional spatiodynamics within battery primary particles
Jongwoo Lim;Jongwoo Lim;Yiyang Li;Daan Hein Alsem;Hongyun So.
Coupling between oxygen redox and cation migration explains unusual electrochemistry in lithium-rich layered oxides.
William E. Gent;Kipil Lim;Yufeng Liang;Qinghao Li.
Nature Communications (2017)
Closed-loop optimization of fast-charging protocols for batteries with machine learning.
Peter M. Attia;Aditya Grover;Norman Jin;Kristen A. Severson.
Current-induced transition from particle-by-particle to concurrent intercalation in phase-separating battery electrodes
Yiyang Li;Farid El Gabaly;Todd R. Ferguson;Raymond B. Smith.
Nature Materials (2014)
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