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Melville Lecture 2023: “Topometric Design of Self-Assembled Biomimetic Composites”

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The second lecture of the Melville Lectures 2023 will showcase that it is possible to transition from the inexact approaches of replicative good-luck-based engineering of biomimetic nanocomposites to their exact structural design using graph theory (GT). This talk will elaborate on the GT of a variety of nanoscructures, their macroscale properties and their optimization using topometric descriptors and the practical significant of these discoveries for the design of biomimetic structural Zn batteries and high-capacity Li batteries. The same methodology can be applied to other nanofiber-, nanoplatelets-, and nanoparticle-based materials.

This talk is part of the Chemistry Departmental-wide lectures series.

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