Materials for Sustainable Energy, Volume 72, the latest release in the Advances in Inorganic Chemistry series presents timely and informative summaries on the current progress in a variety of subject areas. In this volume, concise, authoritative reviews provide updates on the photocatalytic generation of solar fuels (heterogeneous systems), Photocatalytic materials for energy and environment, The photoelectrocatalytic production of solar fuels, Artificial photosynthesis (homogeneous catalysis), The photocatalytic synthesis of chemicals, Dye sensitized solar cells, Supercapacitors, Lithium ion cells, Catalytic air purification (VOCs, soot), Catalytic air purification (NOx), and more.
- Features comprehensive reviews on the latest developments in inorganic reaction mechanisms, a subfield of inorganic chemistry
- Includes contributions from leading experts in the field of inorganic reaction mechanisms
- Serves as an indispensable reference to advanced researchers in inorganic reaction mechanisms
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From TiO2 to Carbon Nitrides and Boron Carbon Nitride Bo Wang, Masakazu Anpo and Xinchen Wang 3. Photocatalytic Synthesis of Chemicals Marcin Kobielusz, Pawel Mikrut and Wojciech Macyk 4. Oxide Nanomaterials for Photoelectrochemical Hydrogen Energy Sources Marta Radecka, Anna Kusior, Anita Trenczek-Zajac and Katarzyna Zakrzewska 5. Charge Transporting Materials for Perovskite Solar Cells Sadia Ameen, M. Shaheer Akhtar, Hyung-Shik Shin and Mohammad Khaja Nazeeruddin 6. New Trends in Electrochemical Capacitors Adam Slesinski, Krzysztof Fic and Elzbieta Frackowiak 7. Integrated and Sustainable Solutions for Li-Ion Energy Storage Systems Michal Swietoslawski, Monika Bakierska, Joanna Pacek, Krystian Chudzik, Marcelina Lis, Weronika Marszalowicz, Rafal Knura and Marcin Molenda 8. Advances in Functionalization of Inorganic Porous Materials for Environmental Catalysis Lucjan Chmielarz , Malgorzata Rutkowska and Andrzej Kowalczyk 9. Abatement of Volatile Organic Compounds Emission as a Target for Various Human Activities Including Energy Production Piotr Kustrowski, Anna Rokicinska and Tomasz Kondratowicz