Supercapacitors. Materials, Systems and Applications. New Materials for Sustainable Energy and Development
- Language: English
- 568 Pages
- Published: March 2013
Polymer electrolytes are electrolytic materials that are widely used in batteries, fuel cells and other applications such as supercapacitors, photoelectrochemical and electrochromic devices. Polymer electrolytes: Fundamentals and applications provides an important review of this class of ionic conductors, their properties and applications.
Part one reviews the various types of polymer electrolyte compounds, with chapters on ceramic polymer electrolytes, natural polymer-based polymer electrolytes, composite polymer electrolytes, lithium-doped hybrid polymer electrolytes, hybrid inorganic-organic polymer electrolytes. There are also chapters on ways of characterising and modelling polymer electrolytes. Part two discusses applications such as solar cells, supercapacitors, electrochromic and electrochemical devices, fuel cells and batteries.
With its distinguished editors and international team of contributors, Polymer electrolytes: Fundamentals and applications is a standard reference for all those researching and using polymer electrolytes in such areas as battery and fuel cell technology for automotive and other applications.
- Provides an important review of this class of ionic conductors, their properties and applications in practical devices
- Explores categories of polymer electrolytes and conductivity measurements
- Features a comprehensive analysis of current developments in polymer electrolytes and highlights a new type of polymer electrolyte
Part 1 Types and development of polymer electrolytes: Introduction to polymer electrolyte materials
Ceramic polymer electrolytes
Polymer electrolytes based on natural polymers
Composite polymer electrolytes for electrochemical devices
Lithium-doped hybrid polymer electrolytes
Hybrid inorganic-organic polymer electrolytes
Using nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy in polymer electrolyte research
Molecular simulation of Li-ion and H-conduction in polymer electrolytes
Characterisation and modelling of multivalent polymer electrolytes. Part 2 Applications: Polymer electrolytes for dye-sensitised solar cells
Solid polymer electrolytes for supercapacitors
Polymer electrolytes for electrochromic devices
Hyperbranched polymer electrolytes for high-temperature fuel cells
Polymer electrolytes as solid solvents and their applications
Hybrid polymer electrolytes for electrochemical devices.
Dr Diogo M. F. Santos works in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at the prestigious Instituto Superior Técnico in the Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal. Dr Santos is internationally-known for his research on the electrochemical properties of materials.