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By Francois Beguin, Elzbieta Frackowiak

As carbons are general in power garage and conversion platforms, there's a swiftly growing to be want for an up to date booklet that describes their actual, chemical, and electrochemical homes. Edited by means of these accountable for beginning the main revolutionary convention on Carbon for power garage and setting defense (CESEP), this ebook absolutely fills this want. Written in collaboration with widespread scientists in carbon technological know-how and its energy-related functions, Carbons for Electrochemical power garage and Conversion structures offers the main whole and updated assurance on hand on carbon fabrics for program in electrochemical strength garage and conversion. The textual content reports varied carbon fabrics and their certain physicochemical homes and offers an in-depth evaluate in their wide-ranging applications—including lithium-ion batteries, supercapacitors, gasoline cells, and first cells. spotting that the majority scientists concerned with those purposes are fabrics scientists instead of electrochemists, the textual content starts with a evaluate of electrochemical ideas and strategies. It then covers the several types of conventional sp2 carbons, introduces novel suggestions for getting ready complicated carbons, and describes the most physicochemical houses which keep an eye on the electrochemical habit of carbons. the second one 1/2 the e-book makes a speciality of learn and gives a wealth of unique details on business functions. whole with an abundance of figures, tables, equations, and case experiences, this e-book is the precise one-stop reference for researchers, engineers, and scholars engaged on constructing the carbon-based strength garage and conversion platforms of the next day.

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