About this book
This book focuses on nanocarbons (carbon nanotubes, graphene, nanoporous carbon, and carbon black) and related materials for energy conversion, including fuel cells (predominately proton exchange membrane fuel cells [PEMFC]), Li-ion batteries, and supercapacitors. Written by a group of internationally recognized researchers, it offers an in-depth review of the structure, properties, and functions of nanocarbons, and summarizes recent advances in the design, fabrication and characterization of nanocarbon-based catalysts for energy applications. As such, it is an invaluable resource for graduate students, academics and industrial scientists interested in the areas of nanocarbons, energy materials for fuel cells, batteries and supercapacitors as well as materials design, and supramolecular science.
Carbon Nanotubes Core-Shell Catalysts Electrocatalysts Graphene for Batteries Li-ion Batteries Mesoporous Carbon-Based Nanocarbon Materials for Energy PEM Fuel Cells Nanoporous Carbon Carbon nanotubes catalyst Carbon nanotubes fuel cell Nanoporous Carbon Carbon Nanotubes Solar Cells Solid Alkaline Fuel Cells Carbon Based Electrodes
“The reviewer would recommend this book for any researchers working with carbon nanomaterials, particularly nanotubes, as well as researchers working with PEMFCs. Overall, an interesting read that reminds the reader of the impressive versatility and seemingly endless applications of carbon nanomaterials.” (Harry Macpherson, Johnson Matthey Technology Review, Vol. 63 (4), 2019)