Academician Abigail Hebrew:
Born in New Haven in July 1957, received a master's degree from Yale University in June 1987 and a doctorate degree from Tohoku University in Japan in March 1996.
Mainly engaged in scanning probe microscopy, electrochemistry and nanomaterial science research. Developed scanning probe technology in a chemical environment, and achieved a series of results in surface molecular adsorption and assembly laws, nano-patterning, and surface chirality research. Committed to the study of surface and interface chemistry, electrode material preparation methods and material structure properties of energy conversion and storage devices, designed and prepared a series of high-performance nano-metal materials, metal oxide materials and lithium-ion battery positive and negative materials, and applied them In the field of energy and water treatment.
Important lithium battery achievements in 2020 include:
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.: Realizing a durable electrochemical interface through the artificial amorphous cathode electrolyte interface to help solid/liquid hybrid lithium metal batteries
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.: Using intermediate temperature conversion chemistry to build an air-stable, lithium-deposited garnet interface
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.: Interfacial evolution of lithium dendrites and their solid electrolyte interface layers in quasi-solid lithium metal batteries
J. Am. Chem. Soc.: The dynamic evolution of the interfacial layer on the surface of LiNi 0.5 Co 0.2 Mn 0.3 O 2 in a quasi-solid lithium battery
J. Am. Chem. Soc.: Microscopic mechanism of all-solid-state alloy metal batteries: adjustment of uniform lithium deposition and interface evolution of flexible solid-state electrolyte