Highlights with ‘batteries’

The BCL Method for Dye-Sensitized Solar Cell: Basis and Applications

The BCL method is a theoretical framework to understand and predict dyes and their efficiency in solar cells. The method is comprehensively presented in a recent paper. It is based on a system of equations...

Accurate ionization potentials and electron affinities with qsGW (video tip of the week)

In this seventh video tip of the week, Ole showcases how to use the new qsGW code in ADF to accurately predict ionization energies without the need to search for a suitable functional. The video...

Li-Ion diffusion coefficients (video tip of the week)

In this fifth video tip of the week, Ole presents a new and much improved way to calculate diffusion coefficients from molecular dynamics trajectories with AMS2022. Tutorials: Li ion diffusion coefficients, Li ion discharge profile

Fast and accurate ionization potentials and electron affinities with qsGW

In various areas of chemistry and material science, ranging from the design of photovoltaic devices to the understanding of photodamaged DNA, the precise calculation of electron attachment and removal energies using the GW method is...

Automated redox potentials assessment of dyes for photelectrochemical cells

Dye-sensitized photoelectrochemical cells (DS-PEC) are promising systems for sustainable fuel production. A great advantage for their design is the modularity of these systems. In particular, it is of interest to tune the dye’s optical and...

New video: electron transport with eReaxFF

Check out the teaser video for the new eReaxFF tutorial to simulate electron transport.

Strategic partnership Kebotix and SCM to accelerate materials innovation

To boost our materials discovery solutions, we join forces with Kebotix, experts in secure, scalable, AI-accelerated workflows (press release). SCM and Kebotix are developing an integrated software platform to enable researchers to develop new and...

Video: LiS battery discharge profiles with ReaxFF-GCMC

Check out the latest advanced tutorial video by Ole on modeling the battery discharge process. The discharge process of a LiS battery is simulated using ReaxFF in a Grand Canonical Monte Carlo scheme. Volume changes...

New organic electrolytes for aqueous redox flow batteries by molecular design

In a recent Science paper, PNNL researchers show that by judiciously designing fluorenone derivatives, the reoxidation of the reduced fluorenol can be achieved reversibly in an aqueous redox flow battery. The combined experimental and computational...

SiC as anode material for sodium ion batteries – a DFT study

Rechargeable sodium-ion batteries (NIB) are similar in function to the widely used lithium-ion batteries (LIB), however, NIBs are comparatively cheaper, safer and use the more abundant Na+ as charge carrier. Battery performance strongly depends on...