Nanostructured Materials for Next-Generation Energy Storage and Conversion

Fuel Cells

  • Fan Li
  • Sajid Bashir
  • Jingbo Louise Liu

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xliv
  2. Sajid Bashir, Nancy KingSanders, Jingbo Louise Liu
    Pages 1-26
  3. Xuecheng Cao, Fan Li, Ruizhi Yang
    Pages 145-170
  4. Yufeng Zhang, Rui Xue, Weijian Yuan, Xiaowei Liu
    Pages 199-226
  5. Shadi Darvish, Mohammad Asadikiya, Mei Yang, Yu Zhong
    Pages 281-335
  6. Hiroshi Ito, Akihiro Nakano
    Pages 385-406
  7. Olga A. Baturina, Boris Dyatkin, Tatyana V. Reshetenko
    Pages 407-441
  8. Rolando Pedicini, Irene Gatto, Enza Passalacqua
    Pages 443-467
  9. Javier de la Cruz, Tatiana Romero, Ulises Cano
    Pages 469-495
  10. Mohd Hilmi Mohamed, Siti Munira Jamil, Mohd Hafiz Dzarfan Othman, Mukhlis A Rahman, Juhana Jaafar, Ahmad Fauzi Ismail
    Pages 497-516
  11. Sajid Bashir, Pranitha Hanumandla, Hsuan-Yi Huang, Jingbo Louise Liu
    Pages 517-542
  12. Back Matter
    Pages 543-556

About this book


The energy crisis and pollution have posed significant risks to the environment, transportation, and economy over the last century. Thus, green energy becomes one of the critical global technologies and the use of nanomaterials in these technologies is an important and active research area. This book series presents the progress and opportunities in green energy sustainability. Developments in nanoscaled electrocatalysts, solid oxide and proton exchange membrane fuel cells, lithium ion batteries, and photovoltaic techniques comprise the area of energy storage and conversion. Developments in carbon dioxide (CO2) capture and hydrogen (H2) storage using tunable structured materials are discussed. Design and characterization of new nanoscaled materials with controllable particle size, structure, shape, porosity and band gap to enhance next generation energy systems are also included.

The technical topics covered in this series are metal organic frameworks, nanoparticles, nanocomposites, proton exchange membrane fuel cell catalysts, solid oxide fuel cell electrode design, trapping of carbon dioxide, and hydrogen gas storage.


Nanostructured Materials Energy Renewable Energy Fuel cells Energy Storage Energy Conversion Green Energy

Editors and affiliations

  • Fan Li
    • 1
  • Sajid Bashir
    • 2
  • Jingbo Louise Liu
    • 3
  1. 1.Beijing Key Laboratory for Catalysis and Separation, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering College of Environmental and Energy EngineeringBeijing University of TechnologyBeijingChina
  2. 2.Department of ChemistryTexas A&M University-KingsvilleKingsvilleUSA
  3. 3.Department of ChemistryTexas A&M University-KingsvilleKingsvilleUSA

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