Nanomaterials for clean energy

Nanomaterials have become increasingly important in energy applications. In this area, we build upon our expertise in laser-based and electrochemical techniques to develop novel methods for processing nanowire architectures used in energy storage and conversion.

Laser processing of energy storage and conversion devices

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    1. J. A. Spechler and C. B. Arnold, "Direct-write pulsed laser processed silver nanowire networks for transparent conducting electrodes," Appl. Phys. A, doi: 10.1007/s00339-012-6958-7 | Full text | View at publisher
    2. J. Kawasaki, and C. B. Arnold, “Synthesis of platinum dendrites and nanowires via directed electrochemical nanowire assembly,” Nano Lett., 11, 781-785 (2011) | Full text | View at publisher
    3. T. D. Nguyen, J. M. Nagarah, Y. Qi, S. S. Nonnenmann, A. V. Morozov, S. Li, C. B. Arnold, M. C. McAlpine, “Wafer-scale nanopatterning and translation into high-performance piezoelectric nanowires,” Nanolett. 10, 4595-4599 (2010) | Full text | View at publisher
    4. S. C. C. Bailey, G. J. Kunkel, M. Hultmark, M. Vallikivi, J. P. Hill, K. A. Meyer, C. Tsay, C. B. Arnold and A. J. Smits, "Turbulence measurements using a nanoscale thermal anemometry probe," J. Fluid Mech 663, 160-179 (2010) | Full text | View at publisher