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Title Nanotechnology for sustainable energy / Yun Hang Hu, editor ; Uwe Burghaus, editor ; Shizhang Qiao, editor ; sponsored by the ACS Division of Energy and Fuels
Imprint Washington, DC : American Chemical Society, [2013]
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Descript 1 online resource : ill
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Series ACS symposium series ; 1140
ACS symposium series ; 1140
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Nanoscale tin heterostructures for improved energy storage in lithium batteries -- Studying the localized electrochemical phenomena in rechargeable Li-ion batteries by scanning probe microscopy techniques -- Co3O4/carbon composite nanofibers for use as anode material in advanced lithium-ion batteries -- Recent advances in the development of LiCoPO4 as high voltage cathode material for Li-ion batteries -- Flexible supercapacitors : development of bendable carbon architectures -- Low temperature preparation routes of nanoporous semi-conducting films for flexible dye-sensitized solar cells -- Anions vs. cations of Pt13H24 cluster models : ab initio molecular dynamics investigation of electronic properties and photocatalytic activity -- Electronic properties of silver doped TiO2 anatase (100) surface -- CdS-based semiconductor photocatalysts for hydrogen production from water splitting under solar light -- Self-assembly of nanostructured proton exchange membranes for fuel cells -- Electrocatalysis at restructured metal and alloy surfaces -- Butane adsorption on silica supported MoOx clusters nanofabricated by electron beam lithography
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Link Print version: Nanotechnology for sustainable energy. Washington, DC : American Chemical Society, 2013 9780841228139 (DLC) 2013027669 (OCoLC)854285703
Subject Nanotechnology
Renewable Energy
Electric batteries -- Congresses
Nanotechnology -- Congresses
Energy storage -- Congresses
Renewable energy sources -- Congresses
Alt Author Hu, Yun Hang
Burghaus, U. (Uwe)
Qiao, Shizhang
American Chemical Society. Division of Energy and Fuels
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