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The Abruña group performs cutting-edge, interdisciplinary research to address problems of electrochemical interest, from fundamental studies of battery and fuel cell systems to molecular electronics. We employ standard electrochemical techniques in addition to X-ray methods, scanned probe microscopies (STM, SECM), NMR, nanoscale fabrication, electron microscopy (SEM, TEM), DEMS, and a variety of spectroscopic techniques (UV-vis, IR, Raman). Our group also synthesizes novel, tailored inorganic complexes and organic battery materials to drive discovery of new chemical and electrochemical properties.

The Abruña group, Spring 2016

The Abruña group performs cutting-edge, interdisciplinary research to address problems of electrochemical interest, from fundamental studies of battery and fuel cell systems to molecular electronics. We employ standard electrochemical techniques in addition to X-ray methods, scanned probe microscopies (STM, SECM), NMR, nanoscale fabrication, electron microscopy (SEM, TEM), DEMS, and a variety of spectroscopic techniques (UV-vis, IR, Raman). Our group also synthesizes novel, tailored inorganic complexes and organic battery materials to drive discovery of new chemical and electrochemical properties.

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