2020 - Hellman Fellow
His scientific interests lie mostly in Lithium, Inorganic chemistry, Faraday efficiency, Chemical engineering and Electrochemistry. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Anode and Polysulfide. His research in Anode intersects with topics in Electrolyte, Dendrite, Lithium nitrate and Solvation.
In Inorganic chemistry, he works on issues like Graphene, which are connected to Bifunctional. He undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Chemical engineering and Oxygen evolution in his work. His work on Lithium–sulfur battery as part of general Electrochemistry research is frequently linked to Electroplating, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Chemical bond and Bond strength, bridging the gap between disciplines.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Chemical engineering, Lithium, Anode, Inorganic chemistry and Electrolyte. In the field of Chemical engineering, his study on Graphene overlaps with subjects such as Polysulfide, Interface and Overpotential. His studies in Polysulfide integrate themes in fields like Electrochemical kinetics and Lithium sulfur.
When carried out as part of a general Anode research project, his work on Lithium metal and Faraday efficiency is frequently linked to work in Nucleation, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His work focuses on many connections between Inorganic chemistry and other disciplines, such as Bifunctional, that overlap with his field of interest in One-pot synthesis and Combinatorial chemistry. His Electrolyte research incorporates elements of Solvation and Lithium nitrate.
His primary scientific interests are in Chemical engineering, Anode, Lithium, Electrolyte and Solvation. His work on Lithium metal as part of general Anode research is often related to Binding energy, Nucleation and Redox, thus linking different fields of science. His Lithium study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Electrode material.
His Polysulfide research integrates issues from Lithium sulfide and Electrochemistry. His Fast ion conductor study incorporates themes from Ionic bonding and Composite cathode. Xiang Chen regularly links together related areas like Inorganic chemistry in his Graphite studies.
His primary areas of investigation include Chemical engineering, Anode, Lithium, Electrolyte and Solvation. There are a combination of areas like Redox, Covalent organic framework, Nucleation, Dendrite and Boroxine integrated together with his Anode study. His Redox investigation overlaps with other disciplines such as Lithium sulfide, Sulfur, Polysulfide and Electrochemistry.
Many of his studies on Electrolyte involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Solvation shell.
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