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Quantitative infrared spectroscopy of ionic liquids
Author(s):Bicknase, David A.; Porter, Jason M.; Dreyer, Christopher B.
To make quantitative optical absorption measurements of ionic liquids. Quantitative spectroscopic measurements will allow for the development of optical diagnostics for in-situ testing of purity during synthesis, of ...
Optical diagnostics of lithium-sulfur batteries with attenuated total reflection spectroscopy
Author(s):Silva, Cody; Saqib, Najmus; Porter, Jason M.
Investigating temperature effects on ionic liquids with FTIR spectroscopy
Author(s):Pugh, McKinley; Porter, Jason M.
In operando optical measurements of sodium battery electrolytes
Author(s):Atkins, S. Jake; Wheeler, Jeffrey; Porter, Jason M.
Study of the impact of porosity on coking sensor performance, A
Author(s):Garbiso, Markus A.; Wheeler, Jeffey L.; Porter, Jason M.
Fuel reforming systems transform hydrocarbon fuels (e.g. gasoline and methane) into synthesis gas (CO and O2). One problem in fuel reforming systems is if the concentration of carbon is too high, solid carbon starts to ...
Cleaner coal gasification: characterization of activated carbon as a suitable char surrogate
Author(s):Smith, Sean R.; Kelley, Madison A.; Porter, Jason M.
In operando investigations of lithium-sulfur and lithium-ion battery electrolytes using ATR FT-IR spectroscopy
Author(s):Ohlhausen, Gretchen M.; Saqib, Najmus; Porter, Jason M.
An in operando spectro-electrochemical Lithium-Sulfur cell is used to show performance benefits of using a LiNO3 additive. Using attenuated total reflection infrared spectroscopy, we are able to track the evolution of ...
In-operando FT-IR spectroscopy of electrolyte decomposition in lithium-ion batteries
Author(s):Shelton, Austin; Saqib, Najmus; Porter, Jason M.
One of the major problems of Li-ion batteries is the decomposition of electrolyte at elevated temperatures. In situ FT-IR spectroscopy can be used to study the health of the electrolyte in Li-ion cells. We used an ATR FT-IR ...