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Electrochemical Energy Storage / Jean-Marie Tarascon, Patrice Simon.

By: Tarascon, Jean-Marie [author.].
Contributor(s): Simon, P. (Patrice), 1969- [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Energy series (London, England)Energy storage. Batteries and supercapacitors set: v. 1.Publisher: London, UK : Hoboken, NJ : ISTE Ltd ; John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 2015Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781118998144; 1118998146; 9781118998151; 1118998154; 184821720X; 9781848217201.Subject(s): Electric batteries | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Mechanical | Electric batteries | Electric batteries -- Materials | Energy storage -- Materials | Power electronics -- MaterialsGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Electrochemical Energy StorageDDC classification: 621.3126 Online resources: Wiley Online Library
Contents:
Cover; Title Page ; Copyright ; Contents; Introduction; 1: Batteries and Supercapacitors: Some Reminders; 1.1. Main evolution of batteries from the 1980s to now; 1.2. Supercapacitors: recent developments; 2: Advanced Li-ion; 2.1. Positive electrode materials for Li-ion technology; 2.2. Negative electrode materials for Li-ion technology; 2.3. The question of electrolytes for Li-ion technology; 3: Capacitive Storage; 3.1. Carbonated materials for capacitive storage; 3.2. Pseudocapacitive materials; 3.3. Electrolytes for supercapacitors; 3.4. Hybrid systems and middle-term goals
4: New Chemistries4.1. Li-air technology; 4.2. Li-S technology; 4.3. Na-ion technology; 4.4. Redox-flow technology; 4.5. All-solid state batteries; 5: Eco-Compatible Storage; 5.1. Ionothermal synthesis; 5.2. Bioinspired synthesis/approach; 5.3. Organic electrodes for "green" Li-ion batteries and more durable batteries; 5.4. Recycling and LCA; 6: Smart Materials; 6.1. Photonics of insertion materials to create photo-rechargeable batteries; 6.2. Micro-energy sources; 7: Technology Transfer, Research Promotion and Education; 7.1. Development: industrial property; 7.2. Education
7.2.1. Erasmus Mundus Master's degree: Materials for Energy Storage and Conversion (MESC)7.2.2. Specialization in Energy Storage and Conversion (SCE), at ENSCBP (Bordeaux -- INP); Conclusion; Bibliography; Index
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Cover; Title Page ; Copyright ; Contents; Introduction; 1: Batteries and Supercapacitors: Some Reminders; 1.1. Main evolution of batteries from the 1980s to now; 1.2. Supercapacitors: recent developments; 2: Advanced Li-ion; 2.1. Positive electrode materials for Li-ion technology; 2.2. Negative electrode materials for Li-ion technology; 2.3. The question of electrolytes for Li-ion technology; 3: Capacitive Storage; 3.1. Carbonated materials for capacitive storage; 3.2. Pseudocapacitive materials; 3.3. Electrolytes for supercapacitors; 3.4. Hybrid systems and middle-term goals

4: New Chemistries4.1. Li-air technology; 4.2. Li-S technology; 4.3. Na-ion technology; 4.4. Redox-flow technology; 4.5. All-solid state batteries; 5: Eco-Compatible Storage; 5.1. Ionothermal synthesis; 5.2. Bioinspired synthesis/approach; 5.3. Organic electrodes for "green" Li-ion batteries and more durable batteries; 5.4. Recycling and LCA; 6: Smart Materials; 6.1. Photonics of insertion materials to create photo-rechargeable batteries; 6.2. Micro-energy sources; 7: Technology Transfer, Research Promotion and Education; 7.1. Development: industrial property; 7.2. Education

7.2.1. Erasmus Mundus Master's degree: Materials for Energy Storage and Conversion (MESC)7.2.2. Specialization in Energy Storage and Conversion (SCE), at ENSCBP (Bordeaux -- INP); Conclusion; Bibliography; Index

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