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Lorenzo Carbone PhD Student

Sapienza University, Rome

Chemistry Department

Piazzale Aldo Moro n°5 00185 Rome Italy

Phone : +39 49913664

e-mail : lorenzo.carbone@uniroma1.it

Carbone Lorenzo  New Generation of Energy Storage Devices
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Professor Jusef Hassoun

Ferrara University, Ferrara

Chemistry Department

Via Fossato di mortara 17, Ferrara, Italy

Phone : +39 0532455163

e-mail : Jusef.Hassoun@unife.it

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Lorenzo Carbone PhD Student Sapienza University, Rome Chemistry Department Piazzale Aldo Moro n°5 00185 Rome Italy Phone : +39 49913664  

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 MATHEMATICAL MODELS FOR ENGINEERING, ELECTROMAGNETICS AND NANOSCIENCES

PhD Coordinator Prof. Daniele Andreucci PhD Supervisor Prof. Carlo Mariani

Hunter College- 2014 Glasgow - 2015 Utrecht - 2015 Volkswagen - 2013

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Ferrara - Italy 2015

The electrolyte are characterized  by the following methods, in order to obtain Thermal properties, conductivity measurements, dynamic and static  stability of the lithium/electrolyte interface, electrochemical window stability and  self diffusion coefficient values

Electrolytes improvement for energy storage device

Electrode Characterization

The electrode are characterized  in order to obtain morphology, structure information and cycling performance

Presently

UNIFE , Universisty of Ferrara

Prof. Jusef Hassoun

NMR  Labaoratory

ACS - 2016 non-flammable electrolyte

Rechargeable lithium battery using non-flammable electrolyte based on tetraethylene glycol...

TEG - Sulfur Carbon  Natural Abundance Oxygen-17 NMR Investigation of Lithium Ion Solvation in Glyme-based Electrolytes

Natural Abundance Oxygen-17 NMR Investigation of Lithium Ion Solvation in Glyme-based Electrolytes

Carbon Composites for a High-Energy Lithium–Sulfur Battey with a Glyme-Based Electrolyte