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Richter, Felix

Hybrid materials for electrochemical energy storage

Hybrid materials combine the properties of polymers and inorganic materials in one composite. Polymers have the advantage that they have great chemical diversity and functionality. They can also be produced in various shapes and morphologies. In contrast, inorganic materials are typically crystalline or glassy materials with often outstanding individual properties, but cannot be manufactured or used in such a variable manner. Here, hybrid materials offer the opportunity to obtain outstanding properties of an inorganic material and compensate its deficits in other properties by the innovative integration of polymers. The research focus of the Richter group lies on the development of new hybrid materials for electrochemical energy storage, especially solid-state batteries.



Dr. Felix Richter

Center for Materials Research

Phone: +49-641-99-34522
Fax: +49-641-99-34509

Chemistry building, Heinrich-Buff-Ring 17, Room A 13b


  • Energy Storage and Conversion


  • Coating Methods
  • Chemical Synthesis
  • Electrochemical Measurements
  • Materials Synthesis

Classes of Materials:

  • Solid-State Batteries
  • Hybrid Materials
  • Composite Materials
  • Metal Anodes
  • Organic Materials