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Computational study of materials with application in energy storage

Abstract

Due to environmental issues, new energy sources that can replace fossil fuels are under development. In this context, energy storage devices (batteries and supercapacitors) are under extensive study. The search for new materials and the detailed understanding at molecular level of these energy storage devices are highly desired. In this sense, this project aims to perform simulations of Molecular Dynamics of electrolytes at the interface with electrode models by applying voltage and to study structural and electrical properties of different electrolytes at the interface with electrodes. Non-equilibrium simulations will be performed to study the charging mechanism of supercapacitors with different electrolytes (ionic liquids, ionic liquid solutions in organic solvents, water in salt) and different types of electrodes (graphene, graphene oxide and mixed electrodes). In addition, development and modification of simulation codes will be performed for the study involving graphene oxide and mixed electrodes. (AU)

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SAMPAIO, ABNER MASSARI; LEMOS PEREIRA, GUILHERME FERREIRA; SALANNE, MATHIEU; AMARAL SIQUEIRA, LEONARDO JOSE. Comparing the performance of sulfonium and phosphonium ionic liquids as electrolytes for supercapacitors by molecular dynamics simulations. Electrochimica Acta, v. 364, DEC 20 2020. Web of Science Citations: 0.

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