Special Issue "New Developments in Nanomaterials for Energy Storage and Conversions"
A special issue of Nanomaterials (ISSN 2079-4991).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 August 2017) | Viewed by 31172
Interests: materials chemistry; electrochemistry and electroanalysis; functional carbon based materials; porous materials(marco-, meso-, micro-); Li/Na/Al ion batteries; Li/Na air batteries; Li-S batteries; supercapacitors.
Interests: materials chemistry; electrochemistry and electroanalysis; functional carbon based materials; porous materials(marco-, meso-, micro-); Li/Na/Al ion batteries; supercapacitors
With the fast development of modern society, global energy demand is dramatically increasing to power millions of electronic devices and electric vehicles. Fossil fuels should be gradually substituted by renewable energy sources due to severe environmental pollution. Tremendous efforts have been devoted to developing novel materials for energy-related rechargeable systems, including lithium/sodium ion batteries, lithium/sodium sulfur batteries, metal-air batteries, and supercapacitors. Nonetheless, great challenges still remain to optimize the electrochemical performance of rechargeable batteries, such as low initial Coulombic efficiency, unstable solid electrolyte interfaces, electrode pulverization and capacity fades. Novel techniques for highly efficient energy conversions and stable electrocatalysis are critically required. New developments in material fabrications or reaction mechanism discoveries in rechargeable batteries are highly welcomed.
In this Special Issue of New Developments in Nanomaterials for Energy Storage and Conversions, we would like to invite submissions of review articles and original research papers from leading groups in the fields of rechargeable batteries, fuel cells, solar cells and supercapacitors.
Dr. Shuangqiang Chen
Dr. Laifa Shen
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- lithium ion batteries
- sodium ion batteries
- aluminum ion batteries
- lithium sulfur batteries
- sodium sulfur batteries
- lithium oxygen batteries
- functionalized carbon based materials
- highly ordered or porous materials