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Energy Storage and Conversion: Materials and Devices
Editor(s): Ashok Kumar, Shyamal Kumar Das

ISBN:    978-81-8487-578-2 
E-ISBN:   
Publication Year:   2017
Pages:   206
Binding:   Hard Back
Dimension:   160mm x 240mm
Weight:   502


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About the book

Energy Storage and Conversion: Materials and Devices, primarily focuses on topics profoundly relevant to electrochemical devices such as rechargeable batteries, supercapacitors and fuel cells. Ion transport plays a pivotal role in the overall output efficiency of these devices. Faster ion transport remains a limiting barrier for achieving high power/energy density electrochemical energy storage and generation devices. Hence, ion conducting materials hold the most notable key to the development of such devices. These devices have established themselves as indispensable in modern society. Their uses range from small scale electronics to large scale electric vehicles. As the scope of this research area is expanding significantly, researchers worldwide are working on increasing number of systems where the ionic conductivity in solid electrolytes is comparable not only to liquid electrolytes but to the electronic conductivity in semiconductors or metals. The outcome will certainly be reflected with emergence of high energy and power density energy storage and generation technologies. This book highlights some of the latest advances in ionic materials and their implementation in batteries, supercapacitors and fuel cells.



Table of Contents

Foreword / Preface / Acknowledgement / Simulating Effect of Gamma Irradiation on Polymer Electrolytes: A Short Review / Ions Rule the Body… & Mind: the Amazing Ionics of the Human Body / Ion Transport in Swift Heavy Ion Irradiated P (VdF-HFP)-(MMT-Pani) Nanocomposite Polymer Electrolytes / Immobilizationof Ionic Liquids in Porous Matrices and Polymeric Membranes / Electrochemical Performance of Hierarchical Systems / Demystifying the Differences in Lithium and Sodium Insertion Electrochemistries in Anatase TiO2 / Revisiting Normal Ionic Systems: Tailoring Electrical Transport by Ionic Liquid Dispersion / Poly (vinyl alcohol) and Chitosan-based Chemical Hydrogel Electrode Binders for direct Borohydride Fuel Cells and Supercapacitors / Defect Interaction Mediated Charge Carrier Dynamics in Gd-Y co-doped Nanocrystalline Ceria / Effect of de-doped (insulating) Polyaniline (PAni) Nanofibers on Electrical and Electrochemical Properties of PMMA based Gel Electrolytes / Synthesis and Characterization of Ion Transport in Na+- Ion Conducting 2-Phase Composite Electrolyte Systems:[(1-x) NaCOOCH3: x NaI] / Electrical Characterization of Innie Liquid Based Magnesium Ion Conducting Polymer Gel Electrolytes / Sol-gel Synthesized Ionic Liquid Incorporated Novel Glassy Ionic System / Studies on Structural, Thermal and Vibrational Behavior of Ionic Liquid Confined in Ordered Mesoporous Matrix / Studies on PVA: PVP Blend-based Polymer Gel Electrolytes for Battery Applications / Development of IL based Sodium Ion Conducting Polymer Electrolyte Membranes for Application in Sodium Rechargeable Battery / New and Renewable Power Sources: Lithium Ion Batteries and Organic Solar Cells / Subject Index / Author Index.




Audience

Under – Postgraduate Students, Professionals and Researchers


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