Carbon-based Polymer Nanocomposites for Environmental and Energy Applications

  • ID: 4414210
  • Book
  • 632 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Carbon-Based Polymer Nanocomposites for Environmental and Energy Applications provides the fundamental physico-chemical characterizations of recently explored carbon-based polymer nanocomposites, such as carbon nanotubes, graphene and its derivatives, nanodiamond, fullerenes and other nano-sized carbon allotropes. The book also covers the applications of carbon-based polymer nanocomposite in the environmental and energy fields. Topics range from the various approaches that have been explored and developed for the fabrication of carbon-based polymer nanocomposite, to their applications in tackling environmental and energy related issues.

  • Provides a clear picture of the current state-of-the-art and future trends in carbon-based polymer nanomaterials
  • Explains the interactions between nanofiller-polymer matrices and mechanisms related to applications in environmental pollution and energy shortage
  • Includes computational and experimental studies of the physical and chemical properties of carbon-based polymer nanocomposites
  • Features chapters written by world leading experts

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Part 1: Carbon-based Polymer Nanocomposites 1. Surface modification of carbon-based nanomaterials for polymer nanocomposite 2. Conventional and advanced techniques for the fabrication of carbon-based polymer nanocomposite 3. Characterizations of carbon-based polymer nanocomposite 4. Physical and chemical properties of carbon-based polymer nanocomposite-Computational studies 5. Physical and chemical properties of carbon-based polymer nanocomposite-Experimental studies

Part 2: Environmental applications of Carbon-based Polymer Nanocomposite 6. Carbon-based polymer nanocomposite as adsorbent for heavy metal removal 7. Carbon-based polymer nanocomposite as antimicrobial agent 8. Carbon-based Polymer Nanocomposite membrane for acidic gas removal 9. Carbon-based Polymer Nanocomposite membrane for oily wastewater treatment 10. Carbon-based Polymer Nanocomposite membrane for inorganics, fertilizers and nutrients containing wastewater treatment 11. Carbon-based Polymer Nanocomposite membrane for desalination 12. Carbon-based Polymer Nanocomposite for dyes and pigments removal 13. Carbon-based Polymer Nanocomposite for photodegradation of organic hazardous materials 14. Carbon-based Polymer Nanocomposite for sensing 15. Carbon-based Polymer Nanocomposite as electrodes for microbial fuel cell

Part 3: Energy applications of Carbon-based Polymer Nanocomposites 16. Carbon-based Polymer Nanocomposite membrane for proton exchange membrane fuel cell 17. Carbon-based Polymer Nanocomposite as electrolytes 18. Carbon-based Polymer Nanocomposite for solar cell 19. Carbon-based Polymer Nanocomposite for photovoltaic devices 20. Carbon-based Polymer Nanocomposite as energy saving devices 21. Carbon-based Polymer Nanocomposite for supercapacitors 22. Carbon-based Polymer Nanocomposite for lithium ion batteries 23. Carbon-based Polymer Nanocomposite for gas storage

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Ismail, Ahmad Fauzi
Ahmad Fauzi Ismail is the Founding Director of Advanced Membrane Technology Research Center (AMTEC), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM). He earned a Bachelor of Engineering in Petroleum Engineering (1989) and a Master in Chemical Engineering (1992) at the UTM, Malaysia. He earned a Ph.D in 1997 from University of Strathclyde, UK. He has more than 25 years of experience in the development of membrane technology for various applications. He has published more than 450 scientific papers, 6 books, 3 edited books and more than 40 book chapters. He has won many outstanding awards such as the Merdeka Award 2014, IChemE Malaysia Inventor of the Year Awards 2014 and the Malaysian Toray Science and Technology Award 2014. He is a Fellow of The Academy of Sciences Malaysia, Chartered Engineer in the UK (CEng) and a Fellow of the Institution of Chemical Engineers (FIChemE).
Goh, Pei Sean
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