Special Issue "Electrochemical Properties and Applications of Ceramic Nanomaterials"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 April 2021.
Interests: synthesis of materials for energy storage and conversion; nanostructured materials; electrochemical storage; mechanisms of charge transfer
In this Special Issue, we hope to collect contributions from the research groups engaged in the processing of nanostructured ceramics, their electrochemical characterisation and testing, as well as prospective applications in energy-related fields.
Many electrical and electrochemical properties of ceramics can be tailored by changing their composition and morphology. This Special Issue aims attracting publications on the following aspects:
- Impact of synthesis/processing methods on the morphology/structure of the ceramic nanomaterials with a view to tailoring electrochemical properties (e.g., charge carriers transport, charge storage);
- “In situ” electrochemical characterisation of ceramic nanomaterials allowing for tracing microstructural changes during the electrochemical testing;
- Application of ceramic nanomaterials, with a focus on energy storage (e.g., batteries and supercapacitors electrode materials, electrode support materials, electrolytes/electrodes for fuels cells).
Dr. Magdalena Graczyk-Zaja̧c
Prof. Dr. Monika Wilamowska-Zawłocka
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