Publications

Select Recent Publications
  1. Kim, N.; Sahadeo, E.; Liu, C.; Rose, O.; Rubloff, G.W.; Lee, S.B.; Impact of Pore Size, Interconnections, and Dynamic Conductivity on the Electrochemistry of Vanadium Pentoxide in Well Defined Porous Structures. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2018, 20, 29708-29716.
  2. Wang, Y.; Sahadeo, E..; Rubloff, G.; Lee, S.B.; Lin, C.F.; High Capacity Lithium Sulfur Battery & Beyond: A Review of Metal Anode Protection Layers and Perspective of Solid State Electrolytes, J. Mater. Sci. 2018, 54, 3671-3693.
  3. Larson, J. M.; Gillette, E.; Burson, K.; Wang, Y.; Lee, S. B.; Reutt-Robey, J. E., Pascalammetry with operando microbattery probes: Sensing high stress in solid-state batteries. Science Advances 2018, 4 (6).
  4. Pearse, A.; Schmitt, T.; Sahadeo, E.; Stewart, D. M.; Kozen, A.; Gerasopoulos, K.; Talin, A. A.; Lee, S. B.; Rubloff, G. W.; Gregorczyk, K. E., Three-Dimensional Solid-State Lithium-Ion Batteries Fabricated by Conformal Vapor-Phase Chemistry. ACS Nano 2018, 12 (5), 4286-4294.
  5. Sahadeo, E.; Song, J.; Gaskell, K.; Kim, N.; Rubloff, G.; Lee, S. B., Investigation of the water-stimulated Mg2+ insertion mechanism in an electrodeposited MnO2 cathode using X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 2018, 20 (4), 2517-2526.
  6. Schneck, N. A.; Phinney, K. W.; Lee, S. B.; Lowenthal, M. S., Quantification of cardiac troponin I in human plasma by immunoaffinity enrichment and targeted mass spectrometry. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 2018, 410 (11), 2805-2813.
  7. Lin, C.-F.; Qi, Y.; Gregorczyk, K.; Lee, S. B.; Rubloff, G. W., Nanoscale Protection Layers To Mitigate Degradation in High-Energy Electrochemical Energy Storage Systems. Accounts of Chemical Research 2018, 51 (1), 97-106.
  8. Liu, C.; Kim, N.; Rubloff, G. W.; Lee, S. B., High performance asymmetric V2O5-SnO2 nanopore battery by atomic layer deposition. Nanoscale 2017, 9 (32), 11566-11573.
  9. Schneck, N. A.; Phinney, K. W.; Lee, S. B.; Lowenthal, M. S., Quantification of antibody coupled to magnetic particles by targeted mass spectrometry. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 2016, 408 (29), 8325-8332.
  10. Noked, M.; Liu, C.; Hu, J.; Gregorczyk, K.; Rubloff, G. W.; Lee, S. B., Electrochemical Thin Layers in Nanostructures for Energy Storage. Accounts of Chemical Research 2016, 49 (10), 2336-2346.
  11. Song, J.; Sahadeo, E.; Noked, M.; Lee, S. B., Mapping the Challenges of Magnesium Battery. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 2016, 7 (9), 1736-1749.
  12. Gillette, E. I.; Kim, N.; Rubloff, G. W.; Lee, S. B., Interconnected mesoporous V2O5 electrode: impact on lithium ion insertion rate. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 2016, 18 (44), 30605-30611.
  13. Hu, J.; Sun, C.-F.; Gillette, E.; Gui, Z.; Wang, Y.; Lee, S. B., Dual-template ordered mesoporous carbon/Fe2O3 nanowires as lithium-ion battery anodes. Nanoscale 2016, 8 (26), 12958-12969.
  14. Hu, J.; Noked, M.; Gillette, E.; Gui, Z.; Lee, S. B., Capacitance behavior of ordered mesoporous carbon/Fe2O3 composites: Comparison between 1D cylindrical, 2D hexagonal, and 3D bicontinuous mesostructures. Carbon 2015, 93, 903-914.
  15. Rubloff, G. W.; Lee, S. B., New science at the meso frontier: Dense nanostructure architectures for electrical energy storage. Current Opinion in Solid State and Materials Science 2015, 19 (4), 227-234.
  16. Schneck, N. A.; Lowenthal, M.; Phinney, K.; Lee, S. B., Current trends in magnetic particle enrichment for mass spectrometry-based analysis of cardiovascular protein biomarkers. Nanomedicine 2015, 10 (3), 433-446.
  17. Duay, J.; Sherrill, S. A.; Gui, Z.; Gillette, E.; Lee, S. B., Self-Limiting Electrodeposition of Hierarchical MnO2 and M(OH)2/MnO2 Nanofibril/Nanowires: Mechanism and Supercapacitor Properties. ACS Nano 2013, 7 (2), 1200-1214.

Invited Presentations at Meetings

  1. 243rd American Chemical Society National Meeting and Exposition, March 25-29, 2012, in San Diego, California. Invitation only symposium “Emerging Developments in Nanomaterials for Energy Applications”, sponsored by the Division of Inorganic Chemistry,  “Nanostructures for Electrochemical Energy Storage” Invited Speaker
  1. Korea University BK21 Workshop on Nanotechnology in Polymer, Jan 12-13, 2012, Seoul, Korea, “Conductive Polymer Nanotubes: Fast Electrochemistry and Applications” Invited Speaker
  2. 2nd Nano Today Conference, Dec 10-16, 2011, Hawaii, “Heterogeneous Nanotubes and Nanowires: Fast Electrochemistry, from Electrochromics to High Power Energy Storage” and “Nanobiotechnology and Nanotoxicology of Nanotubular Structured Materials”, Invited Speaker
  3. 5th IEEE international conference on Nano/Molecular Medicine and Engineering (IEEE-nanomed 2011) and 2011 international conference on Biotronics, Nov. 9-12, 2011, Jeju, Korea, “Silica Nanotubes and Nanoparticles: Cell Uptake, Toxicity, and Targeting”, Invited Speaker
  4. International Green Energy Economy Conference, July 27-29, 2011 Crystal City, VA, “Nanotechnology in High Power Electrical Energy Storage for Grid Innovation”, Invited Speaker
  5. American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Annual Meeting, Feb 17-21, 2011, Washington DC, “Heterogeneous Multifunctional Nanowires for Supercapacitors”, Invited Speaker