Green Energy Materials Handbook


Edited By Ming-Fa Lin, Wen-Dung Hsu
Edition 1st Edition
First Published 2019
eBook Published 26 June 2019
Pub. location Boca Raton
Imprint CRC Press
Pages 382 pages
eBook ISBN 9780429466281
Subjects Engineering & Technology, Physical Sciences

Green Energy Materials Handbook gives a systematic review of the development of reliable, low-cost, and high-performance green energy materials, covering mainstream computational and experimental studies as well as comprehensive literature on green energy materials, computational methods, experimental fabrication and characterization techniques, and recent progress in the field.

This work presents complete experimental measurements and computational results as well as potential applications. Among green technologies, electrochemical and energy storage technologies are considered as the most practicable, environmentally friendly, and workable to make full use of renewable energy sources. This text includes 11 chapters on the field, devoted to 4 important topical areas: computational material design, energy conversion, ion transport, and electrode materials.

This handbook is aimed at engineers, researchers, and those who work in the fields of materials science, chemistry, and physics. The systematic studies proposed in this book can greatly promote the basic and applied sciences.