Nanostructured Materials in Electrochemistry

  • ID: 2326680
  • Book
  • 489 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Making nanomaterials and steering structure build–up on the nanoscale requires different tools than those for shaping a workpiece. Electricity and electric fields have proven their suitability and merit in nanomaterial synthesis and as structural guides during the formation of nanostructures at sizes where mechanical guidance becomes difficult. In addition, nanomaterials have added a new dimension to electrochemistry with previously unknown possibilities for controlling and fine–tuning reaction parameters so as to yield the desired results.

Providing the vital link between these two worlds, this reference and handbook covers advances in electrochemistry through the nanoscale control of electrode structures, as well as advances in nanotechnology through electrochemical synthesis strategies. It demonstrates how electrochemical methods are of great scientific and commercial interest due to their low cost and high efficiency, and includes the synthesis of nanowires, nanoparticles, nanoporous and layered nanomaterials of various compositions, as well as their applications –– ranging from superior electrode materials to energy storage, biosensors, and electroanalytical devices.
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Electrochemically Synthesized Nanowire–Based Electrodes: Morphology and Transport Studies

Electrochemical Characterization of Nanoparticles: Assembly and Their Charge Transfer at Interfaces

Template–assisted Electrochemical Growth of Nanowires and Nanotubes

Nanopores Formed by Anodization of Aluminium and Nanowire Arrays Grown in Porous Alumina Templates

Functional Low–Scale Electrodes in Electrochemical Systems

Top–Down Approaches to the Fabrication of Nanopatterned Electrodes

Self–Organized Formation of Layered Nanostructures by Oscillatory Electrodeposition

Electrochemical Corrosion Behaviour of Nanocrystalline Materials

Nanostructured Active/Inactive Anodes for Rechargeable Li–ion Batteries

Nanomaterials for Hydrogen Storage Synthesized by Mechanical Alloying

Nanosized Titanate Oxides and Their Application in Energy Storage and Energy Conversion

Selected Nanostructured Materials in Preparation of DNA Biosensors

Noble Metal Nanomaterials: Applications in Electroanalysis

Nanostructured Silica–derived Materials: Preparation, Characterization and Electrochemical Properties
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Ali Eftekhari is a professor of chemistry and the director of the Avicenna Institute of Technology. He is the founder of various MSc programs in the field of nanotechnology, and, in addition to his scientific activities, is involved in establishing effective strategies of research, such as the electrochemistry division of the Materials and Energy Research Center (MERC) in Tehran, Iran. Professor Eftekhari is a Fellow of the Institute of Nanotechnology, has authored some 100 scientific publications while serving more than 40 leading journals as an editor or expert referee, has held over 200 presentations at international conferences, and has been a member of various advisory boards and scientific committees.
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