Xuehang Wang, PhD
Hello. Welcome! I am an assistant professor in Storage of Electrochemical Energy (SEE), Department of Radiation Science & Technology (RST), TU Delft.
I am curious about the mechanisms of electrochemical behaviors at the interfaces and passionate about realizing high-rate operation on energy storage devices. I have been working with an amazing electrode material - 2D transition metal carbide MXenes and various electrolytes.
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Mechanistic study of MXene-based high-rate electrochemical energy storage processes
Solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) on the electrochemical charging processes of MXenes
X-ray and neutron studies on the interfacial properties of MXenes
The synthesis of novel 2D MXenes using both the molten salt and solution-based methods
Interfacial engineering at the electrode-electrolyte interfaces
Schematic illustration of the structure of a MXene with three metallic layers and terminated by oxygen surface groups, or M3C2O2. (MRS Bulletin, 2021, 46, 755–766.)
EChem YouTube Channel
>40 videos, > 4000 subscribers, and > 75,000 views
Tutorials on how to analyze electrochemical characterization data
Fundamentals of electrochemistry
Literature related to the electrochemical energy storage
03-01-2023 New publication: Adv. Energy. Mater, 2023.
01-12-2022 Welcome a new member: Hao Wang
15-11-2022 NWO Open Competition Science - XS
30-06-2022 TNW Science Day @ TU Delft
16-06-2022 17th 2022 M-Talk
08-06-2022 HIU Seminar @ Helmholtz Institute Ulm
21-05-2022 UPC-CCE Cloud Lecture
25-02-2022 Zernike Seminar @ University of Groningen
01-12-2021 Welcome a new member: Rui Guo
25-11-2021 New publication: ACS Energy Letter, 2022, 7, 30-35.
Email: x.wang-22 at tudelft dot nl
Researcher ID: ABE-5943-2021