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Main Title Electrochemically enabled sustainability : devices, materials, and mechanisms for energy conversion /
Author Chan, Kwong-Yu
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Author Title of a Work
Li, Chi-Ying Vanessa,
Publisher CRC Press,
Year Published 2014
Call Number TK2896.C43 2014
ISBN 9781466575448 (e-book : PDF); 9781466575431 (hardback)
Subjects Electric batteries ; Direct energy conversion--Materials ; Electrochemistry
Internet Access
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Collation 1 online resource : text file, PDF
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Due to license restrictions, this resource is available to EPA employees and authorized contractors only
Contents Notes
1. Electroreduction of carbon dioxide / Daniel A. Lowy and Maria Jitaru -- 2. Microbial fuel cells and other bio-electrochemical conversion devices / Shaoan Cheng and Weifeng Liu -- 3. Lithium batteries : status and future / Bruno Scrosati and Jusef Hassoun -- 4. Hollow mesoporous carbon with hierarchical nanoarchitecture in electrochemical energy storage and conversion / Min-Sik Kim, Dae-Soo Yang, Min Young Song, Jung Ho Kim and Jong-Sung Yu -- 5. Layer-structured cathode materials for energy storage / Bohang Song, Man On Lai and Li Lu -- 6. First-principles approach for cathode design and characterisation / Dong-Hwa Seo, Inchul Park and Kisuk Kang -- 7. Advanced batteries and improvements in electrode materials / Ashok Kumar Shukla, Vedam Ganesh Kumar and Musuwathi Krishnamoorthy Ravikumar -- 8. Lead-carbon hybrid ultracapacitors and their applications / Ashok Kumar Shukla, Anjan Banerjee and Musuwathi Krishnamoorthy Ravikumar -- 9. Vanadium flow batteries : from materials to large-scale prototypes / Huamin Zhang -- 10. Physical properties of negative half-cell electrolytes in the vanadium redox flow battery / Asem Mousa and Maria Skyllas-Kazacos -- 11. pH differential power sources with electrochemical neutralisation / Huanqiao Li, Chi-Ying Vanessa Li, Guo-Ming Weng and Kwong-Yu Chan. "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"--