Browse Research Projects -- Illinois Sustainable Technology Center by Author "Jiang, Junhua"

  • Jiang, Junhua; Yim, Chris (2013)
    ISTC researcher examined biochar as a cost-effective, more sustainable replacement for activated carbon in electrodes inside sensors for water quality tests. As a part of the I-STEM High School Summer Research Experience, ...

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  • Jiang, Junhua; Holm, Nancy (2013)
    Known as “agricultural residue,” corn cobs are typically left on the field after harvest and wasted. But if farmers collected corn cobs to sell as a carbon source, the farmer would earn a little extra income and the tech ...

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  • Jiang, Junhua (2014)
    A team at ISTC and scientists from Argonne national Laboratory have successfully produced multi-component Si-based materials from rice husk and demonstrated their potential as Li-ion anode materials.

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  • Jiang, Junhua; Holm, Nancy; Zheng, Lei; Chen, Fangling (2014)
    Both the mini-chunk and thin-film electrodes proved to have good capacitive performance (~30 F g-1) in two symmetrical electrode supercapacitors and no degradation after 2,600 CV cycles.

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  • Jiang, Junhua; Zhang, Lei; Wang, Xinying (2013)
    ISTC researchers investigated the use of wood biochar in supercapacitors.

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