Electrochemically Enabled Sustainability: Devices, Materials and Mechanisms for Energy Conversion covers topics related to current research in electrochemical power sources, highlighting some of the latest concepts in electrochemical conversion for sustainability. The book examines the most recent and innovative technologies employed in battery and

chapter 1|54 pages

Electroreduction of Carbon Dioxide

ByDaniel A. Lowy, Maria Jitaru

chapter 2|66 pages

Microbial Fuel Cells and Other Bio-Electrochemical Conversion Devices

ByShaoan Cheng, Weifeng Liu

chapter 3|42 pages

Lithium Batteries: Status and Future

ByBruno Scrosati, Jusef Hassoun

chapter 4|28 pages

Hollow Mesoporous Carbon with Hierarchical Nanoarchitecture in Electrochemical Energy Storage and Conversion

ByMin-Sik Kim, Dae-Soo Yang, Min Young Song, Jung Ho Kim and Jong-Sung Yu

chapter 6|32 pages

First-Principles Approach for Cathode Design and Characterisation

ByDong-Hwa Seo, Inchul Park, Kisuk Kang

chapter 7|66 pages

Advanced Batteries and Improvements in Electrode Materials

ByAshok Kumar Shukla, Vedam Ganesh Kumar and Musuwathi Krishnamoorthy Ravikumar

chapter 8|26 pages

Lead–Carbon Hybrid Ultracapacitors and Their Applications

ByAshok Kumar Shukla, Anjan Banerjee and Musuwathi Krishnamoorthy Ravikumar

chapter 9|48 pages

Vanadium Flow Batteries: From Materials to Large-Scale Prototypes

ByHuamin Zhang

chapter 10|34 pages

Physical Properties of Negative Half-Cell Electrolytes in the Vanadium Redox Flow Battery

ByAsem Mousa, Maria Skyllas-Kazacos

chapter 11|56 pages

pH Differential Power Sources with Electrochemical Neutralisation

ByHuanqiao Li, Chi-Ying Vanessa Li, Guo-Ming Weng and Kwong-Yu Chan