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The Physico-Chemistry of Materials and Electrolytes for Energy laboratory (PCM2E) was created in 2012 and works in the field of energy conversion and storage (batteries, supercapacitors, hybrid photovoltaics, ionic liquids), on nanostructured materials and organic electrochromic devices.

The overall project of the laboratory is built around skills in electrochemistry, thermodynamics and materials chemistry. The laboratory has three priority themes which are:

- Axis 1: Electrolytes, membranes and electrode materials for energy storage

- Axis 2: Organic semiconductors and nanostructured materials

- Axis 3: Ionic Liquids


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