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Postdoctoral Research @ NAWCWD

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Here is a brief overview of some of my research in electron-deficient polymers for use in polymeric supercapacitors.

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Postdoctoral Research @ NAWCWD

  1. 1. Postdoctoral Research Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division China Lake, CA Heterocyclic Polymers as Electron-Deficient (n-Type) Materials in Advanced Charge Storage Devices Sean Owen Clancy, Ph.D. All material contained within is copyright © 2006 Sean Owen Clancy and / or the respective institutions.
  2. 2. Heterocyclic Polymers N R N N N N N N N N n • Hybrid PPP-PPV Analog As well as other polymers containing heterocyclic systems, such as: R2 N N R1 R2 R1 R2 R1 R3 N N N N • Pyrazines • Pyridines • Triazoles Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division, Chemistry and Materials Division, Polymer Science & Engineering Branch
  3. 3. Hybrid PPP-PPV Analog O NaI, AcCl i.) iPrMgCl Br Br Br I Br N CH3CN N ii.) DMF N H O N aniline Br Br N H N N N N KO But N Br Br N N Br N DMF N O O N B B N O N Br O O N B O O Br N Pd(OAc)2, KOAc B N N DMF O N Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division, Chemistry and Materials Division, Polymer Science & Engineering Branch
  4. 4. Hybrid PPP-PPV Analog O SOCl2 O H2NNH2 O Br Br Br N OH N Cl N NHNH2 NN O 2-ethylhexylamine O SOCl2 Br Br N N Cl N NH Br N N Br O Br N NHNH2 NN N O N N N N B Pd(PPh3)4 N Br N N Br O O N N N B N N O N N N NaHCO3 n THF Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division, Chemistry and Materials Division, Polymer Science & Engineering Branch
  5. 5. Supercapacitor Devices Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division, Chemistry and Materials Division, Polymer Science & Engineering Branch
  6. 6. Charging Process in Electroactive Polymers Rudge et al., J. Power Sources 1994, 47, 89-107. Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division, Chemistry and Materials Division, Polymer Science & Engineering Branch
  7. 7. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Enhanced or Obtained via this Research • Design and synthesis of: small molecule organics, mostly heterocyclics, and polymers. • Characterization of materials through a variety of techniques: NMR, mass spectrometry, elemental analysis, cyclic voltammetry, galvanometry, multiple microscopy methods, etc.. • Purification of materials via: column chromatography, preparative thin layer chromatography, medium pressure chromatography, ambient pressure and vacuum distillation, reprecipitation, recrystallization, and sublimation. • Structure-property / structure-function relationship studies. • Data analysis using a variety of software: Excel, Origin, etc.. Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division, Chemistry and Materials Division, Polymer Science & Engineering Branch
  8. 8. NAWCWD – Acknowledgements Naval Air Warfare Command Weapons Division Research Advisers Research Group David J. Irvin, Ph.D. Adam Closson, Ph.D. Jennifer A. Irvin, Ph.D. Justin Debord, Ph.D. David Witker, Ph.D. Collaborators John Stenger-Smith, Ph.D. – NAWCWD John Reynolds, Ph.D. – University of Florida Fred Wudl, Ph.D. – University of California, Los Angeles Tobin Marks, Ph.D. – Northwestern University Greg Less, Ph.D. – T/J Technologies – Ann Arbor, MI Funding was provided by: • American Society for Engineering Education Postdoctoral Fellowship • Supercapacitor Congressional Advertisement 2005 Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division, Chemistry and Materials Division, Polymer Science & Engineering Branch

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