Nealey Group

Daniel Sharon

Daniel Sharon is currently a postdoctoral fellow in Argonne National Laboratory and in the Pritzker School for Molecular Engineering at the University of Chicago. He earned his PhD in Physical Chemistry from the Bar-Ilan University in Israel Daniel has been working on the development of new electrolytes, including polymer electrolytes, for next generation lithium-ion batteries.

Daniel current research focus on fundamental structure/function relationships in ion-conducting block-copolymers electrolyte and matel electrodeposition by using polymer self-assembly methods

Role of Molecular Architecture on Ion Transport in Ethylene oxide-Based Polymer Electrolytes

Deng, Chuting, et al. "Role of Molecular Architecture on Ion Transport in Ethylene oxide-Based Polymer Electrolytes." Macromolecules 54.5 (2021): 2266-2276. Chuting Deng, Michael A. Webb, Peter Bennington, Daniel Sharon, Paul F. Nealey, Shrayesh N. Patel, Juan J. de Pablo

Role of solvation site segmental dynamics on ion transport in ethylene-oxide based side-chain polymer electrolytes

Bennington, Peter, et al. "Role of solvation site segmental dynamics on ion transport in ethylene-oxide based side-chain polymer electrolytes." Journal of Materials Chemistry A 9.15 (2021): 9937-9951. Peter Bennington, Chuting Deng, Daniel Sharon, Michael A. Webb, Juan J. de Pablo, Paul F. Nealey, Shrayesh N. Patel

Stabilizing Dendritic Electrodeposition by Limiting Spatial Dimensions in Nanostructured Electrolytes

Daniel Sharon, Peter Bennington, Shrayesh N Patel, Paul F Nealey. Stabilizing Dendritic Electrodeposition by Limiting Spatial Dimensions in Nanostructured Electrolytes. ACS Energy Letters. 2020, 5, 9, 2889–2896

Intrinsic Ion Transport Properties of Block Copolymer Electrolytes

Daniel Sharon, Peter Bennington, Moshe Dolejsi, Michael A Webb, Ban Xuan Dong, Juan J de Pablo, Paul F Nealey, Shrayesh N Patel. Intrinsic Ion Transport Properties of Block Copolymer Electrolytes. ACS Nano. 2020, 14, 7, 8902–8914

Nanothin film conductivity measurements reveal interfacial influence on ion transport in polymer electrolytes

Dong, B. X., Bennington, P., Kambe, Y., Sharon, D., Dolejsi, M., Strzalka, J., … Patel, S. N. (2019). Nanothin film conductivity measurements reveal interfacial influence on ion transport in polymer electrolytes. Mol. Syst. Des. Eng., 4(3), 597–608. https://doi.org/10.1039/C9ME00011A

Interrogation of Electrochemical Properties of Polymer Electrolyte Thin Films with Interdigitated Electrodes

Sharon, D., Bennington, P., Liu, C., Kambe, Y., Dong, B. X., Burnett, V. F., … Nealey, P. F. (2018). Interrogation of Electrochemical Properties of Polymer Electrolyte Thin Films with Interdigitated Electrodes. Journal of The Electrochemical Society , 165(16), H1028–H1039. https://doi.org/10.1149/2.0291816jes