Nanotechnology for Sustainable Energy by Yun Hang Hu, Uwe Burghaus, Shizhang Qiao

By Yun Hang Hu, Uwe Burghaus, Shizhang Qiao

Elevated power costs and the transforming into cognizance on worldwide warming are motivating the construction of economically achievable choices to fossil fuels. Nanotechnologies were famous as one powerful method of clear up power difficulties. as a result, to advertise the advance of analysis and to foster expert collaboration between researchers in energy-related nanotechnologies, we geared up a symposium on ''Nanotechnology for a Sustainable strength Economy'' as part of the 243rd American Chemical Society nationwide assembly, which happened March 25-29, 2012 in San Diego, California, united states. Forty-four members from 12 international locations offered their study works from business, college, and nationwide laboratories in nanotechnology components on the topic of strength and gas applied sciences. This ACS Symposium sequence publication was once built from this symposium. This ebook offers a truly precious and readable number of stories and study papers in nanotechnologies for strength conversion, garage, and usage, providing new effects that are absolute to be of curiosity to researchers, scholars, and engineers within the box of nanotechnologies and effort. The e-book makes a speciality of the next issues: Li batteries (Chapters 1-4), supercapacitors (Chapter 5), dye-sensitized sun cells (Chapter 6), photocatalysis (Chapters 7-9), gasoline cells (Chapter 10), electrocatalysis (Chapter 11), and electron beam lithography (Chapter 12). All 12 chapters have been recruited from oral displays on the symposium

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8(e)]. , expansion/shrinkage of particle gaps or boundaries, which become smaller through lithiation and larger and deeper through de-lithiation. It is proved that the reversible morphology changes are not surface damage made by scratch of the EFM tip, but attributed to the cyclic processes of the Li-ion diffusion. This insertion/extraction behavior of Li-ion is similar to the findings on graphite anode by Koltypin et al. (35). Therefore, similar to traditional electrochemical measurements, the local cyclic biases applied through SPM tip can also induce analogous Li+ diffusion and morphology changes, providing opportunities to in-situ model the charge/discharge processes at the length scale compatible to the characteristic microstructures of the electrode materials.

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