Balkus, Kenneth J.
Kenneth Balkus is a Professor of inorganic and materials chemistry and a Fellow of the American Chemical Society. His current research focuses on nanoporous metal oxides, including "zeolites and related molecular sieves as well as layered materials."
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Novel Binder-Free Electrode Materials for Supercapacitors Utilizing High Surface Area Carbon Nanofibers Derived from Immiscible Polymer Blends of PBI/6FDA-DAM:DABA (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2018-06-01)Carbon nanofibers with high surface area have become promising electrode materials for supercapacitors because of their importance in increasing energy density. In this study, a high free volume polymer, 6FDA-DAM:DABA ...
(Amer Inst Physics, 2014-10-30)Over the last decade, the development and application of nanotechnology in cancer detection, diagnosis, and therapy have been widely reported. Engineering of vehicles for the simultaneous delivery of chemo-and radiotherapeutics ...