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Associate Professor Dr. Montree Sawangphruk

Chemical Engineering
School of Energy Science and Engineering (ESE)
Tel. +66(0) 33 014251
Email montree.s@vistec.ac.th
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1. Advanced Layered Double Hydroxide Materials

  Research Overview LDH materials such as Co(OH)2, Ni(OH)2 and their composites with graphene materials are of interest. These LDH materials have several advantages such as low-cost, earth abundance, good redox property. Therefore, it is po...

2. Energy Storage Technology for the Future

  Research Overview Advanced functional nanomaterial design for use in electrochemical energy storage devices: Designing ultra-porous carbon and metal-organic materials (e.g., graphene/metal-organic-framework composites), Producing highly e...

3. Carbon and metal oxide nanofibers for energy storage technology

  Research Overview Supercapacitors are very attractive energy storage devices because they have higher power density than batteries and higher energy density than conventional capacitors. They are used in many applications such as hybrid e...

4. Advanced Energy Conversion Technology: Development of fuel cell electrocatalysts

  Research Overview Advanced electrocatalyst development for direct alcohol fuel cells (DAFCs); direct methanol fuel cell (DMFCs), direct ethanol fuel cell (DEFCs), and direct ethylene glycol fuel cell (DEGFCs) Background Direct alcoho...

5. Advanced Energy Storage Materials: Graphene aerogel and its composites for high-performance supercapacitors

  Research Overview Supercapacitors are energy storage devices, which have high power density (10,000 W/kg), good reversible charge/discharge performance, and long cycle life (>500,000 cycles) due to their charge storage mechanisms based...

6. High-Performance Li-lon Batteries

  Research Overview Li-ion batteries are the most widely used energy storage due to its high energy density (~100-170 Wh kg-1), high capacity, high charging rate, long cycle life, and low cost. They are currently used as the portable energy...

7. Advanced Antimicrobial Materials and Products: Discovery of Antifungal Activity of Graphene Nanosheets

Graphene Oxide and Related Materials The as-prepared GO and rGO materials were dispersed in acetone to a nominal concentration of 0.5 mg ml−1 (Fig. 1a). Exfoliated GO produced through the modified Hummers method had suffi...