Mohammad Rahimi
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Emerging electrochemical and membrane-based systems to convert low-grade heat to electricity
M Rahimi, AP Straub, F Zhang, X Zhu, M Elimelech, CA Gorski, BE Logan
Energy & Environmental Science 11 (2), 276-285, 2018
402018
Removal of copper from water using a thermally regenerative electrodeposition battery
M Rahimi, Z Schoener, X Zhu, F Zhang, CA Gorski, BE Logan
Journal of hazardous materials 322, 551-556, 2017
362017
Harvesting energy from salinity differences using battery electrodes in a concentration flow cell
T Kim, M Rahimi, BE Logan, CA Gorski
Environmental science & technology 50 (17), 9791-9797, 2016
352016
A thermally‐regenerative ammonia‐based flow battery for electrical energy recovery from waste heat
X Zhu, M Rahimi, CA Gorski, B Logan
ChemSusChem 9 (8), 873-879, 2016
342016
Electrical power production from low-grade waste heat using a thermally regenerative ethylenediamine battery
M Rahimi, A D'Angelo, CA Gorski, O Scialdone, BE Logan
Journal of Power Sources 351, 45-50, 2017
322017
Enhancement of Efficient Ag–S/TiO2 Nanophotocatalyst for Photocatalytic Degradation under Visible Light
M Feilizadeh, M Vossoughi, SME Zakeri, M Rahimi
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 53 (23), 9578-9586, 2014
232014
Improved electrical power production of thermally regenerative batteries using a poly (phenylene oxide) based anion exchange membrane
M Rahimi, L Zhu, KL Kowalski, X Zhu, CA Gorski, MA Hickner, BE Logan
Journal of Power Sources 342, 956-963, 2017
212017
Evaluating battery‐like reactions to harvest energy from salinity differences using ammonium bicarbonate salt solutions
T Kim, M Rahimi, BE Logan, CA Gorski
ChemSusChem 9 (9), 981-988, 2016
212016
A thermally regenerative ammonia battery with carbon-silver electrodes for converting low-grade waste heat to electricity
M Rahimi, T Kim, CA Gorski, BE Logan
Journal of Power Sources 373, 95-102, 2018
192018
Integrating Reverse‐Electrodialysis Stacks with Flow Batteries for Improved Energy Recovery from Salinity Gradients and Energy Storage
X Zhu, T Kim, M Rahimi, CA Gorski, BE Logan
ChemSusChem 10 (4), 797-803, 2017
112017
Individual and interaction effects of operating parameters on the photocatalytic degradation under visible light illumination: Response surface methodological approach
M Feilizadeh, M Rahimi, SME Zakeri, N Mahinpey, M Vossoughi, ...
The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering 95 (7), 1228-1235, 2017
92017
Flue gas CO2 capture via electrochemically mediated amine regeneration: System design and performance
M Wang, M Rahimi, A Kumar, S Hariharan, W Choi, TA Hatton
Applied Energy 255, 113879, 2019
72019
Carbon Dioxide Capture Using an Electrochemically Driven Proton Concentration Process
M Rahimi, G Catalini, S Hariharan, M Wang, M Puccini, TA Hatton
Cell Reports Physical Science, 100033, 2020
12020
Bench-scale demonstration of CO 2 capture with an electrochemically driven proton concentration process
M Rahimi, G Catalini, M Puccini, TA Hatton
RSC Advances 10 (29), 16832-16843, 2020
2020
A Fully Regenerable Thermal Silver Ammonia Battery to Convert Low-Grade Waste Heat to Electricity
M Rahimi, T Kim, CA Gorski, BE Logan
Meeting Abstracts, 51-51, 2017
2017
Thermally regenerative ammonia batteries for converting low-grade waste heat to electricity
M Rahimi
2017
Integrating Reverse-Electrodialysis Stacks with Flow Batteries to Achieve Improved Energy Recovery from Salinity Gradients and Energy Storage
X Zhu, BE Logan, T Kim, M Rahimi, CA Gorski
Meeting Abstracts, 60-60, 2017
2017
Application of thermally regenerative battery to remove copper from wastewate
M Rahimi, Z Schoener, X Zhu, F Zhang, C Gorski, B Logan
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 252, 2016
2016
Salinity-gradient flow battery for converting salinity differences to electrical power
T Kim, M Rahimi, B Logan, C Gorski
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 252, 2016
2016
Introducing an Electrochemically Driven Proton Concentration Process for CO 2 Capture
M Rahimi, G Catalini, TA Hatton
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