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Song, Hyun-Kon (송현곤)

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School of Energy and Chemical Engineering(에너지및화학공학부)
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2007-04A biopolymer composite that catalyzes the reduction of oxygen to waterFei, Jiangfeng; Song, Hyun-Kon; Palmore, G. Tayhas R.ARTICLE636 A biopolymer composite that catalyzes the reduction of oxygen to water
2006-11Combined topographical and chemical micropatterns for templating neuronal networksVenkataramani, Sowmya; Xu, Heng; Song, Yoon-Kyu, et alARTICLE523 Combined topographical and chemical micropatterns for templating neuronal networks
2006-07Electrochemical porosimetry: Deconvolution of distribution functionsSong, Hyun-Kon; Jang, Jong H.; Kim, Jae Jeong, et alARTICLE520 Electrochemical porosimetry: Deconvolution of distribution functions
2006-07Redox-active polypyrrole: Toward polymer-based batteriesSong, Hyun-Kon; Palmore, G.T.R.ARTICLE513 Redox-active polypyrrole: Toward polymer-based batteries
2006-01Micropatterns of positive guidance cues anchored to polypyrrole doped with polyglutamic acid: A new platform for characterizing neurite extension in complex environmentsSong, Hyun-Kon; Toste, B; Ahmann, K, et alARTICLE575 Micropatterns of positive guidance cues anchored to polypyrrole doped with polyglutamic acid: A new platform for characterizing neurite extension in complex environments
2005-10Conductive polypyrrole via enzyme catalysisSong, Hyun-Kon; Palmore, G.T.R.ARTICLE549 Conductive polypyrrole via enzyme catalysis
2005-05Electrochromism of 2,2'-azinobis(3-ethylbenzothiazoline-6-sulfonate) incorporated into conducting polymer as a dopantSong, Hyun-Kon; Lee, EJ; Oh, SMARTICLE562 Electrochromism of 2,2'-azinobis(3-ethylbenzothiazoline-6-sulfonate) incorporated into conducting polymer as a dopant
2004Electrochemical porosimetrySong, Hyun-Kon; Sung, JH; Jung, YH, et alARTICLE611 Electrochemical porosimetry
2000-01Enhancement of heat and mass transfer in silica-expanded graphite composite blocks for adsorption heat pumps. Part II. Cooling system using the composite blocksEun, TH; Song, Hyun-Kon; Han, JH, et alARTICLE575 Enhancement of heat and mass transfer in silica-expanded graphite composite blocks for adsorption heat pumps. Part II. Cooling system using the composite blocks
2000-01Enhancement of heat and mass transfer in silica-expanded graphite composite blocks for adsorption heat pumps: Part I. Characterization of the composite blocksEun, Tai-Hee; Song, Hyun-Kon; Han, Jong Hun, et alARTICLE597 Enhancement of heat and mass transfer in silica-expanded graphite composite blocks for adsorption heat pumps: Part I. Characterization of the composite blocks
2000The effect of pore size distribution on the frequency dispersion of porous electrodesSong, Hyun-Kon; Hwang, HY; Lee, KH, et alARTICLE687 The effect of pore size distribution on the frequency dispersion of porous electrodes
1999-06Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy of porous electrodes: the effect of pore size distributionSong, Hyun-Kon; Jung, YH; Lee, KH, et alARTICLE626 Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy of porous electrodes: the effect of pore size distribution
1998-12Adsorption of carbon dioxide on the chemically modified silica adsorbentsSong, Hyun-Kon; Cho, KW; Lee, KHARTICLE748 Adsorption of carbon dioxide on the chemically modified silica adsorbents
1998Adsorption of carbon dioxide on chemically modified carbon adsorbentsSong, Hyun-Kon; Lee, KHARTICLE597 Adsorption of carbon dioxide on chemically modified carbon adsorbents
1997Manufacture of biodegradable packaging foams from agar by freeze-dryingLee, JP; Lee, KH; Song, Hyun-KonARTICLE633 Manufacture of biodegradable packaging foams from agar by freeze-drying

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