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Nature Comm cover 27. Yadav, G.G.; Gallaway, J.W.; Turney, D.E.; Nyce, M.; Huang, J.; Wei, X.; and Banerjee, S. (2017) “Regenerable Cu-intercalated MnO2 layered cathode for highly cyclable energy dense batteriesNature Communications 8:14424.


US9419289 26. Sholklapper, T.; Gallaway, J.W.; Steingart, D.; Ingale, N.; and Nyce, M., “Alkaline battery operational methodology” United States patent US 9,419,289 B2, issued August 16, 2016.
US9379373B2 25. Banerjee, S.; Ito, Y.; Klein, M.; Nyce, M.E.; Steingart, D.; Plivelich, R.; Gallaway, J.W., “Nickel-Zinc Flow Battery” United States patent US 9,379,373 B2, issued June 28, 2016.
JOPS 24. Gallaway, J.W.; Hertzberg, B.J.; Zhong, Z.; Croft, M.; Turney, D.E.; Yadav, G.G.; Steingart, D.A.; Erdonmez, C.K.; and Banerjee, S. (2016) “Operando Identification of the Point of [Mn2]O4 Spinel Formation During γ-MnO2 Discharge Within BatteriesJournal of Power Sources 321, 135-142.


JMCA 23. Bhadra, S.; Hertzberg, B.J.; Hsieh, A.; Croft, M.; Gallaway, J.W.; Van Tassell, B.J.; Chamoun, M.; Erdonmez, C.; Zhong, Z.; Sholklapper, T.; and Steingart, D.A. (2015) “The Relationship between Coefficient of Restitution and State of Charge of Zinc Alkaline Primary LR6 Batteries” Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 3(18) 9395-9400.
JES 22. Gallaway, J.W.; Menard, M.; Hertzberg, B.; Zhong, Z.; Croft, M.; Sviridov, L.A.; Turney, D.E., Banerjee, S.; Steingart, D.A.; and Erdonmez, C.K. (2015) “Hetaerolite Profiles in Alkaline Batteries Measured By High Energy EDXRDJournal of the Electrochemical Society 162 (1) A162-A168.
JOPS 21. Ingale, N.D.; Gallaway, J.W.; Nyce, M.; Couzis, A.; Banerjee, S. (2015) “Rechargeability and Economic Aspects of Alkaline Zinc-Manganese Dioxide Cells for Electrical Storage and Load LevelingJournal of Power Sources 276, 7–18.


Enzymatic Fuel Cells 20. Gallaway, J.W. “Mediated Enzyme Electrodes” Chapter 9, in Enzymatic Fuel Cells: From Fundamentals to Applications, Edited by Heather R. Luckarift, Plamen B. Atanassov, and Glenn R. Johnson. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2014.
JOPS 19. Turney, D.E., Shmukler, M., Galloway, K., Klein, M., Ito, Y., Sholklapper, T.Z., Gallaway, J.W., Nyce, M., Banerjee, S. (2014) “Development and testing of an economic grid-scale flow-assisted zinc/nickel-hydroxide alkaline batteryJournal of Power Sources 264, 49-58.
JMCA 18. Gallaway, J.W., Erdonmez, C.K., Zhong, Z., Croft, M., Sviridov, L.A., Sholklapper, T.Z., Turney, D.E., Banerjee, S. and Steingart, D.A. (2014) “Real-time materials evolution visualized within intact cycling alkaline batteries” Journal of Materials Chemistry A 2(8) 2757-2764.
JES 17. Gallaway, J.W., Gaikwad, A.M., Hertzberg, B., Erdonmez, C.K., Chen-Wiegart, Y.K., Sviridov, L.A., Evans-Lutterodt, K., Wang, J., Banerjee, S., and Steingart, D.A. (2014) “An in situ synchrotron study of zinc anode planarization by a bismuth additive” Journal of the Electrochemical Society 161(3) A275-A284.


Alan West cover 16. Gallaway, J.W. and West, A.C. “Bioelectrochemical Sensors” Chapter 11, in Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering: An Introduction by Alan C. West, August 2012.


JES 15. Gaikwad, A.M., Gallaway, J.W., Desai, D., and Steingart, D.A. (2011) “Electrochemical-Mechanical analysis of printed silver electrodes in a microfluidic deviceJournal of the Electrochemical Society 158(2) A154-A162.


JES 14. Gallaway, J.W., Desai, D., Gaikwad, A., Corredor, C., Banerjee, S., and Steingart, D. (2010) “A lateral microfluidic cell for imaging electrodeposited zinc near the shorting conditionJournal of the Electrochemical Society 157(12) A1279-A1286.


JES 13. von Gutfeld, R.J., Gallaway, J.W., and West, A.C. (2009) “In Situ Immersion Plating of Copper and Nickel on Aluminum Using Laser Pulses for Oxide RemovalJournal of the Electrochemical Society 156(12) D564-D569.
JVB 12. Gallaway, J.W. and West, A.C. (2009) “The Effect of Acid on Superconformal Filling in 100 nm TrenchesJournal of Vacuum Science and Technology B 27(5), 2200-2205.
JES 11. Gallaway, J.W., Willey, M.J., and West, A.C. (2009) “Copper Filling of 100 nm Trenches using PEG, PPG, and a Triblock Copolymer as Plating SuppressorsJournal of the Electrochemical Society 156 (8) D287-D295.
JEAC 10. Hudak, N.S., Gallaway, J.W., and Calabrese Barton, S.A. (2009) “Formation of Mediated Biocatalytic Cathodes by Electrodeposition of a Redox Polymer and LaccaseJournal of Electroanalytical Chemistry 629, 57-62.
JES 9. Gallaway, J.W., Willey, M.J., and West, A.C. (2009) “Acceleration Kinetics of PEG, PPG, and a Triblock Copolymer by SPS during Copper ElectroplatingJournal of the Electrochemical Society 156(4) D146-D154.
JEAC 8. Gallaway, J.W. and Calabrese Barton, S.A. (2009) “Effect of Redox Polymer Synthesis on a Mediated Enzyme Oxygen CathodeJournal of Electroanalytical Chemistry 626, 149-155.
JES 7. Hudak, N.S., Gallaway, J.W., and Calabrese Barton, S.A. (2009) “Mediated Biocatalytic Cathodes Operating on Gas-Phase Air and Oxygen in Fuel CellsJournal of the Electrochemical Society 156 (1), B9-B15.


PNAS 6. Wheeldon, I.R., Gallaway, J.W., Calabrese Barton, S.A., and Banta, S.A. (2008) “Electron-Conducting Hydrogels from Bifunctional Metallo-PolypeptidesProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (40), 15275-15280.
JES 5. Gallaway, J.W. and West, A.C. (2008) “PEG, PPG, and Their Triblock Copolymers as Suppressors in Copper ElectroplatingJournal of the Electrochemical Society 155 (10), D632-D639.
JACS 4. Gallaway, J.W. and Calabrese Barton, S.A. (2008) “Kinetics of Redox Polymer-Mediated Enzyme ElectrodesJournal of the American Chemical Society 130, 8527-8536.
Biosens Bioelec 3. Gallaway, J.W., Wheeldon, I.R., Rincon, R., Atanassov, P., Banta, S.A., and Calabrese Barton, S.A. (2008) “Oxygen-Reducing Enzyme Cathodes Produced from SLAC, a Small Laccase from Streptomyces coelicolorBiosensors and Bioelectronics 23, 1229-1235.


ECS Transactions 2. Calabrese Barton, S.A., Deng, W., Gallaway, J.W., Levendovsky, S., Olson, T.S., Atanassov, P., Sorkin, M., Kaufman, A., and Gibbard, H.F. (2006) “Mixed-Feed Direct Methanol Fuel Cells: Materials and Design SolutionsECS Transactions 1(6), 315-322.


Chem Rev 1. Calabrese Barton, S.A., Gallaway, J.W., and Atanassov, P. (2004) “Enzymatic Fuel Cells for Implantable and Microscale DevicesChemical Reviews 104, 4867-4886.

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Introducing our lab group, seen here at our second ever Friday afternoon group meeting. From left to right, Ben Howell, Matthew Kim, and Zhicheng Lu. All devouring electrochemistry and coming up to speed. The future is truly bright.

I’ve been mulling over what to call the group. “Gallaway Group” would be fine, but as is the fashion these days perhaps it should be something both punchier and more descriptive, with an acronym involved. The Complex Electrochemical Systems Lab (CESL, pronounced “sessil” if you like) is what told Northeastern I might do before I got here, so maybe that’s it. What do I mean by complex? All electrochemistry is complex from a certain point of view. But here I specifically mean systems when multiple phenomena are important throughout the regime of operation, such as two kinds of diffusion (e.g. in a solid crystal and in an electrolyte) or three kinds of kinetics (e.g. both substrate and mediator of an enzyme, also with mediator electrode kinetics). To that you could say “That means all real battery or fuel cell systems are complex.” To which I would say “Yes that’s right.” But this is a defined viewpoint, a worldview, and those are good to set down for all to see. It tells you we will always be trying to break down a complex system, and then build it back up … engineered to be better of course.

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