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Researchers produce nanostructures with potential to advance energy devices

Aug. 28, 2013—Karl Sieradzki, professor in the School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy, and Qing Chen, postdoctoral research assistant, have been experimenting with dealloying lithium-tin alloys, and seeing the potential for the nanostructures they are producing to spark advances in lithium-ion batteries, as well as in expanding the range of methods for creating new nanoporous materials using the dealloying process. Their research results are detailed in a paper recently published on Nature Materials, the website of a prominent science and engineering journal. Read on Full Circle

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