Electrochemically Enabled Sustainability: Devices, Materials and Mechanisms for Energy Conversion.pdf

Electrochemically Enabled Sustainability: Devices, Materials and Mechanisms for Energy Conversion.pdf
 

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Improved Batteries with Nano-Structural Electrode Materials, Professor A. K. Shukla Mesoporous Carbon Core-Shell Structures as Negative Electrode for Lithium Ion Batteries, Professor Jong-Sung Yu Layered Cathode Materials for Li Rechargeable Batteries, Professor Li Lu Electrocatalytic Pathways in Complex Nano-Engineered Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage, Professor Sanjeev Mukerjee First Principles Investigation on Electrode Materials for Li Rechargeable Batteries, Dr. Kisuk Kang Beyond Lithium-Ion: Lithium-Sulfur and Lithium-Air Batteries, Professor Bruno Scrosati Batteries of Bipolar Membrane/ Ion Exchange Membrane, Professor Kwong-Yu Chan and Dr Huanqiao Li Lead-Carbon Hybrid Ultracapacitors and their Applications, Professor A. K. Shukla State-of-Charge Monitoring, Sensors and Simulation Studies for Vanadium Redox Flow Battery Applications, Professor Maria Skyllas-Kazacos Microbial Fuel Cells/Batteries for Power Generation, Professor Shaoan Cheng

内容简介
With Contributions from leading researchers in their fields, this book provides an overview of the most important electrochemical power sources in development today. Focusing on materials, design, and performance, the text presents the most recent and innovative technologies employed in battery and fuel cell technology. Topics include acid/alkaline batteries, microbial fuel cells, Li-Air, Li-Sulphur, flow batteries, lithium ion batteries, lead acid batteries, supercapacitors, photoelectrochemistry, and carbon dioxide electroreduction. The book discusses the advantages of these fuel cells over conventional power sources and their future applications.

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