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.@UTKnoxville research reveals potential for 50-fold increase in catalyst mass activity https://t.co/olsPBGDJxS @ORNL pic.twitter.com/w3vx2ag65p
 — DOE Science (@doescience) December 2, 2016


G. Yang, J. Mo, Z. Kang, F.A. List, J.B. Green, S.S. Babu, and F.-Y. Zhang, Additive manufactured bipolar plate for high-efficiency hydrogen production in proton exchange membrane electrolyzer cells, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 42 21 (2017) 14734-14740.

Kang, Z., J. Mo, G. Yang, S.T. Retterer, D.A. Cullen, T.J. Toops, J.B. Green, M.M. Mench, and F.-Y. Zhang, Investigation of thin/well-tunable liquid/gas diffusion layers exhibiting superior multifunctional performance in low-temperature electrolytic water splitting, Energy & Environmental Science. 2017, 10, 166 - 175.  

Bo Han, Jingke Mo, Zhenye Kang, Gaoqiang Yang, William Barnhill, Feng-Yuan Zhang, Modeling of two-phase transport in proton exchange membrane electrolyzer cells for hydrogen energy. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 2017

Jingke Mo, Zhenye Kang, Scott T. Retterer, David A. Cullen, Todd J. Toops, Johney B. Green Jr., Matthew M. Mench, and Feng-Yuan Zhang, Discovery of true electrochemical reactions for ultrahigh catalyst mass activity in water splitting. Science Advances 2 (11), e1600690, 2016.
Research supported by the Department of Energy's (DOE) National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) has led to a discovery that could significantly increase the mass activity of catalyst in hydrogen production, which was released on November 18, 2016 as a research article on the top journal of Science Advances. This breakthrough could increase the utilization of catalyst and help drive the clean energy economy in the U.S.

Jingke Mo, Zhenye Kang, Gaoqiang Yang, Scott T. Retterer, David A. Cullen, Todd J. Toops, Johney B. Green Jr., Feng-Yuan Zhang, Thin liquid/gas diffusion layers for high-efficiency hydrogen production from water splitting. Applied Energy, 2016. 177: p. 817-822.

Stuart Steen, Jingke Mo, Zhenye Kang, Gaoqiang Yang, and Feng-Yuan Zhang, Investigation of titanium liquid/gas diffusion layers in proton exchange membrane electrolyzer cells, International Journal of Green Energy.

Bo Han, Jingke Mo, Zhenye Kang, and Feng-Yuan Zhang, Effects of membrane electrode assembly properties on two-phase transport and performance in proton exchange membrane electrolyzer cells. Electrochimica Acta, 2016. 188: p. 317-326.

Jingke Mo won 2017 Chancellor’s Extraordinary Professional Promise Award. Way to go Joel!
Our research has been featured in Energy & Environmental Science (IF: 29.52)
 
 
Welcome Yifan LI join the NanoHELP as a PhD student
 

Gaoqiang Yang, PhD candidate, helped the community as a Lego League tournament referee.

 
 
Our research has been highlighted by DOE's Office of Science.
 
Our research has been highlighted as a News Report by Tennessee Today.
 
Congratulations to Gaoqiang Yang, who passed his Ph.D. qualifying examination on November 18th, 2016
 
Congratulations to Jingke Mo, Zhenye Kang and Dr. Feng-Yuan Zhang, who published a journal paper on the "Science Advances", November, 2016
 
Congratulations to Jingke Mo, who complete his Ph.D. on October 28th, 2016
 
Congratulations to Zhenye Kang and NanoHELP group, who published a journal paper on "Energy & Envirionmental Science", 2016
 
Congratulations to Jingke Mo and NanoHELP group, who published a journal paper on "Applied Energy", June, 2016
 
Congratulations to William Barnhill, who complete his M.S on June 1st, 2016
 
Congratulations to Zhenye Kang, who passed his Ph.D. qualifying examination on April 25th, 2016
 
 
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