Combinatorial Chemistry in Power Sources Development

  • Lipka, Steve (PI)

Grants and Contracts Details


The University of Kentuck1t shall provide a Principal Investigaror (PI) who will hire and supervise a Post Doctoral Candidate to conduct research on rhe use of combinatorial chemistry for d( \feloping new materials i.e., cathodes and electrolytes for enhancing the performance of aqueous system batteries as well as non-aqueous b~tteries. Combinatorial libraries will be created and investigated for the development of new cathodes and electrolytes components. The Sponsor's Courract Officer's Technical Representative (COTR) will be available as a mentor for the Candidate as well as an interface wirh the Inrel1igence Community (IC) for FAD, the PI, and the Post Doctoral Candidate. This work is sponsored ~y the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA.
Effective start/end date4/9/046/4/06


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