Research in the Bejger lab is focused on the design, synthesis, and assembly of molecular clusters for energy applications. The chemical and electronic structures of molecular clusters can be modified synthetically; this allows us to tune their physical properties and create new materials with nanoscale control. We synthesize these custom-made cluster building blocks and use them to construct functional materials and devices useful for improving charge transport, energy conversion, and energy storage. Specifically, we are studying crystalline porous frameworks, superatom solids, and redox flow batteries prepared from hybrid organic-inorganic clusters and small molecules.
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