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Electrochemical Energy: Advanced Materials and Technologies

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  • Edited By: Pei Kang Shen, Chao-Yang Wang, San Ping Jiang, Xueliang Sun, Jiujun Zhang
  • ISBN: 9781138748927
  • Publisher: CRC Press
  • Edition: 1st
  • Publication Date: July 27, 2017
  • Format: Paperback – 640 pages
  • Language: English


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Electrochemical Energy: Advanced Materials and Technologies covers the development of advanced materials and technologies for electrochemical energy conversion and storage. The book was created by participants of the International Conference on Electrochemical Materials and Technologies for Clean Sustainable Energy (ICES-2013) held in Guangzhou, China, and incorporates select papers presented at the conference.

More than 300 attendees from across the globe participated in ICES-2013 and gave presentations in six major themes:

  • Fuel cells and hydrogen energy
  • Lithium batteries and advanced secondary batteries
  • Green energy for a clean environment
  • Photo-Electrocatalysis
  • Supercapacitors
  • Electrochemical clean energy applications and markets

Comprised of eight sections, this book includes 25 chapters featuring highlights from the conference and covering every facet of synthesis, characterization, and performance evaluation of the advanced materials for electrochemical energy. It thoroughly describes electrochemical energy conversion and storage technologies such as batteries, fuel cells, supercapacitors, hydrogen generation, and their associated materials. The book contains a number of topics that include electrochemical processes, materials, components, assembly and manufacturing, and degradation mechanisms. It also addresses challenges related to cost and performance, provides varying perspectives, and emphasizes existing and emerging solutions.

The result of a conference encouraging enhanced research collaboration among members of the electrochemical energy community, Electrochemical Energy: Advanced Materials and Technologies is dedicated to the development of advanced materials and technologies for electrochemical energy conversion and storage and details the technologies, current achievements, and future directions in the field.

Table of Contents
  1. OVERVIEW OF ELECTROCHEMICAL ENERGY STORAGE AND CONVERSION
    1. Introduction to Electrochemical Energy Storage and Conversion By Jingmei Shen, Fang Dai, Mei Cai, and Hong Zhu
    2. Advances in Electrochemical Energy Materials and Technologies By Hao Liu, Bing Sun, and Guoxiu Wang
    3. Future Catalyst Approaches for Electrochemical Energy Storage and Conversion By Gang Wu and David P. Wilkinson
  2. ADVANCED MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGIES FOR LI-ION RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES
    1. Advanced Materials for Li-Ion Batteries By Zhaoping Liu, Yonggao Xia, Wei Wang, Zhen Wei, Junli Shi, Lan Xia, Laifen Qin, and Shaojie Han
    2. Advanced Technologies for Li-Ion Rechargeable Batteries By Qizheng Li and Xueliang Sun
    3. Application of Lithium-Ion Batteries in Vehicle Electrification By Qiangfeng Xiao, Bing Li, Fang Dai, Li Yang, and Mei Cai
  3. ADVANCED MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGIES FOR METAL-AIR RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES
    1. Advanced Materials for Zn-Air Rechargeable Batteries By Dong Un Lee, Jing Fu, and Zhongwei Chen
    2. Advanced Materials for Li-Air Rechargeable Batteries
      By Hossein Yadegari and Xueliang Sun
    3. Advanced Materials for Na-Air Batteries By Yongliang Li, Hossein Yadegari, Jianhong Liu, and Xueliang Sun
  4. ADVANCED MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGIES FOR LEAD-ACID RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES
    1. Advanced Technologies for Lead-Acid Rechargeable Batteries By Jon L. Anderson
    2. Lead-Acid Automotive Battery By Anson Lee and Jun Gou
  5. ADVANCED MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGIES FOR FUEL CELLS
    1. Advanced Materials for High-Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFCs) By Kuan-Zong Fung
    2. Advanced Technologies for High-Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells By Zhe LÜ, Bo Wei, and Zhihong Wang
    3. Theoretical Modeling for Fundamental Understanding of High-Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells By Zijing Lin
    4. Advanced Membrane Materials for Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells By David Aili, Jens Oluf Jensen, and Qingfeng Li
    5. Oxygen Reduction Non-PGM Electrocatalysts for PEM Fuel Cells—Recent Advances By Surya Singh, Anil Verma, and Suddhasatwa Basu
    6. Advanced Technologies for Proton-Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells By Sivakumar Pasupathi, Huaneng Su, Huagen Liang, and Bruno G. Pollet
  6. ADVANCED MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGIES FOR SUPERCAPACITORS
    1. Advanced Materials for Supercapacitors By Gaind P. Pandey, Yueping Fang, and Jun Li
    2. Advanced Technologies for Supercapacitors By Hao Liu and Li-Min Liu
    3. Supercapacitor’s Applications By Guoping Wang, Hongqing Wang, Benhe Zhong, Lei Zhang, and Jiujun Zhang
  7. ADVANCED MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGIES FOR LIQUID REDOX RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES
    1. Advanced Materials for Liquid-Redox Flow Batteries Jianlu Zhang, Jinfeng Wu, Lei Zhang, and Jiujun Zhang
    2. Advanced Technologies for Liquid-Redox Rechargeable Batteries By Yuezhong Meng, Yufei Wang, Min Xiao, and Shuanjin Wang
    3. Liquid-Redox Flow Battery Applications By Jinfeng Wu, Jianlu Zhang, and Jiujun Zhang
  8. ADVANCED MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGIES FOR WATER ELECTROLYSIS PRODUCING HYDROGEN
    1. Advanced Materials for Water Electrolysis By Yongjun Leng and Chao-Yang Wang
    2. Advanced Practical Technologies for Water Electrolysis By Zetian Tao, Lei Zhang, and Jiujun Zhang
Editor(s) Description

Pei Kang Shen obtained his BSc in electrochemistry at Xiamen University in 1982. He received his PhD in chemistry at Essex University in 1992. From then on, he has been working at Essex University, Hong Kong University, the City University of Hong Kong, and the South China University of Technology. Since 2001, he has served as a professor and director of Advanced Energy Materials Research Laboratory at the Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China. He is the author of more than 300 publications. His research interests include fuel cells and batteries, electrochemistry of nanomaterials and nanocomposite functional materials, and electrochemical engineering.

Chao-Yang Wang is William E. Diefenderfer Chair in mechanical engineering and distinguished professor of mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, and materials science and engineering at the Pennsylvania State University. He has been the founding director of Penn State Electrochemical Engine Center since 1997. Dr. Wang holds several patents and has published two books. He has more than 12,000 Science Citation Index citations, an h-index of 65 (Web of Science), and is one of 187 highly cited researchers in engineering named by Thomas Reuter in 2014. His research interests cover the transport, materials, manufacturing, and modeling aspects of batteries and fuel cells.

San Ping Jiang obtained his BEng in ceramic materials from South China University of Technology in 1982 and PhD in electrochemistry from The City University, London, in 1988. He is a professor at the Department of Chemical Engineering, deputy director of Fuels and Energy Technology Institute, Curtin University, Australia, and adjunct professor at University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia. Dr. Jiang has authored and coauthored 10 book chapters and three books, and published approximately 270 journal papers. His research interests encompass solid oxide fuel cells, proton-exchange membrane and direct alcohol fuel cells, water electrolysis, solid-state Ionics, electro catalysis, and nanostructured functional materials.

Xueliang (Andy) Sun is a professor and Canada Research Chair (Tier I) for the development of nanomaterials for clean energy, at the University of Western Ontario, Canada. Dr. Sun received his PhD degree in materials chemistry at the University of Manchester, UK, in 1999. Then, he worked as a postdoctoral fellow in the University of British Columbia, Canada, during 1999–2001. He was a research associate at the National Institut de la Recherche Scientifique, Quebec, Canada, during 2001–2004. Dr. Sun’s research is focused on advanced nanostructured materials for energy conversion and storage, including fuel cells and Li batteries.

Jiujun Zhang is a principal research officer at the National Research Council of Canada and a fellow of the International Society of Electrochemistry. His expertise lies in electrochemistry, photo-electrochemistry, spectro-electrochemistry, electrocatalysis, fuel cells (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells, solid oxide fuel cells, and direct methanol fuel cells), batteries, and supercapacitors. Dr. Zhang received his BS and MSc in electrochemistry from Peking University in 1982 and 1985, respectively, and his PhD in electrochemistry from Wuhan University in 1988. He serves as the editor/editorial board member for several journals and as series book editor for Electrochemical Energy Storage and Conversion, CRC Press.

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