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Supercapacitors. Materials, Electrolytes, Cell Design

  • ID: 4384109
  • Book
  • 1000 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Meeting the need for a review of the progress made on supercapacitor research over the past decade, this handbook comprehensively covers all aspects of supercapacitor materials, all possible electrolytes, and various types of cell design. The result is a one–stop reference for experienced researchers as well as materials scientists and electrochemists entering this vibrant field.
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Foreword

INTRODUCTION

What Are Supercapacitors?

From Supercapacitors to Batteries

ELECTROLYTES

Aqueous Electrolytes

Non–Aqueous Electrolytes

Ionic Liquids

Gel Polymer Electrolytes

CELL DESIGN

Symmetric Supercapacitors

Asymmetric Supercapacitors

Innovative Cell Architecture

Flexible Supercapacitors

All–Solid–State Supercapacitors

Scaling Up Supercapacitors

DOUBLE LAYER CAPACITORS

Graphene

Carbon Nanotubes/Nanofibers

Ordered Mesoporous Carbon

Pseudocapacitance of Carbon Functional Groups

Effect of Doping on Capacitive Performance of Carbon

PSEUDOCAPACITIVE CAPACITORS

Ruthenium Oxide

Manganese Oxide

Nickel Oxide

Vanadium Oxide

Iron Oxide

Titanium Oxide

Mixed Metal Oxides

Metal Sulfides

Conductive Polymers

NANOCOMPOSITES OF HIGH SURFACE AREA CARBON AND ELECTROACTIVE MATERIALS

Carbon Nanotube/Metal Oxide

Graphene/

Metal Oxide

Graphene/Polymer

Core/Shell Architecture

Metal Organic Frameworks as the Basic Architecture of Electroactive Materials

Supercapacitor/Battery Hybrid

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Ali Eftekhari is currently professor of chemistry at the University of Ulster and Queen?s University Belfast, Ireland. He has worked in different capacities in various universities across four continents, and founded two internationally recognized research schools providing education and research opportunities for hundreds of graduate students every year. His latest project in Africa was featured by the British newspaper The Guardian as an exceptional success story in African higher education. He has also advised different governmental bodies on national science policies and research funding strategies. He is the principal author of more than 100 papers published in leading scholarly journals, and edited research books, published by Wiley and the Royal Society of Chemistry. He has supervised more than 110 postdoctoral researchers and graduate students and is founder and President of the American Nano Society.
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