Special Issue "Nanomaterials and Nanofabrication for Electrochemical Energy Storage"
A special issue of Nanomaterials (ISSN 2079-4991).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 July 2019) | Viewed by 34700
Interests: advanced nanofabrication techniques; atomic/molecular layer deposition (ALD/MLD); lithium-ion battery; next-generation batteries (Li-S, Na-ion); nanomaterials and nanotechnology
Interests: electrode materials and electrolytes for Li-ion (Li) batteries, rechargeable Mg batteries, and Ni-MH batteries and mechanism analysis through various in-situ/ex-situ techniques; electrochemistry; nanomaterials and nanotechnology
Interests: advanced energy materials; clean energy technologies; nanostructured and porous materials; batteries and supercapacitors; electrochemistry; electrocatalysis; water splitting; CO2 reduction
Electrochemical energy storage technologies play key roles for storing electricity harvested from renewable energy resources of an intermittent nature, such as solar and wind, and for utilizing electricity for a range of applications, such as electric vehicles and flights, wearable electronics, and medical implants. Several electrochemical systems, such as rechargeable batteries and supercapacitors, have shown great potentials for these emerging applications. In these systems, nanostructured materials have been widely used for improving the electrochemical performance, and studying the electrochemical reaction mechanisms due to their unique chemical and physical properties. For these applications, it is essential to design and synthesize novel multiscale nanomaterials with optimized structure and properties by using nanofabrication techniques.
This Special Issue welcomes submission of original research papers or comprehensive reviews, that demonstrate or summarize significant advances in the synthesis and application of novel energy nanomaterials in various electrochemical energy storage systems, including but not limited to, Li-ion, Na-ion, Li-S, all-solid-state, flow batteries, supercapacitors, hybrid supercapacitors, and that disclose insight into the synthesis-structure-performance relation in these new nanostructured materials.
Dr. Jian Liu
Dr. Dongping Lu
Dr. Xiaolei Wang
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- Liquid-solid and solid-solid interface
- Li-S batteries
- Na-ion batteries
- Li-ion batteries