Mohammad Islam

Associate Professor, Physics, SUNY Oswego

Focus Areas: Nanoparticle synthesis, electrodeposition, spectroscopy

Faculty Fellows Projects:

2020 Projects
Synthesis of Silicon, Tin and Phosphorus Nanoparticles as Anode Materials for High-Performance Sodium Ion Battery for Grid Scale Energy Storage 
This project seeks a shift of paradigm in rechargeable battery through the development of the technology for environmentally benign sodium ion batteries. These batteries will be based on earth abundant silicon, tin and phosphorus nanomaterial anodes.

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