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Crabtree, Robert H.
Energy Production and Storage
Inorganic Chemical Strategies for a Warming World
EIC Books

1. Edition September 2010
155.- Euro
2010. 426 Pages, Hardcover
ISBN 978-0-470-74986-9 - John Wiley & Sons




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New forms of energy production, storage and transport are one of the key scientific challenges in the 21st Century. Inorganic chemistry contributes to the development of new types of solar and fuel cells, batteries, and catalytic processes. This books covers topics including solar cells, fuel cells, hydrogen economy, oxygen alternatives, batteries, fuels for fuel cells, high-energy liquids or solids which can easily be stored and transported and will be able to replace oil. This volume assembles key researchers with a view on the latest developments.

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Contributors.

Series Preface.

Volume Preface.

PART 1: ENERGY PRODUCTION.

H2 Production from Renewables (Rufino M. Navarro, M. Cruz Sanchez-Sanchez, M. Consuelo Alvarez-Galvan, Jose Luis G. Fierro and Saeed M. Al-Zaharani).

Energy Conversion in Photosynthesis (Gozde Ulas and Gary W. Brudvig).

Molecular Catalysts for Oxygen Production from Water (Antoni Llobet and Sophie Romain).

Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells: an Overview (Luisa Andrade, Helena Aguilar Ribeiro and Adelio Mendes).

Enzymes and Microbes for Energy Production by Fuel Cells (Frederic Barriere).

Proton Exchange Membranes for Fuel Cells (Ram Devanathan).

Methane-to-Methanol Conversion (Brian G. Hashiguchi, Claas H. H¨ovelmann, Steven M. Bischof, Kapil S. Lokare, Chin Hin Leung and Roy A. Periana).

Photocatalytic Hydrogen Production from Water (Shamindri M. Arachchige and Karen J. Brewer).

Intermediate-Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (Alan Atkinson, John Kilner, Stephen Skinner, Nigel P. Brandon and Dan J. L. Brett).

Some Computational Challenges in Energy Research (Victor S. Batista).

Toward Solar Fuels Using a Biomimetic Approach: Progress in the Swedish Consortium for Artificial Photosynthesis (Sascha Ott, Stenbj¨orn Styring, Leif Hammarstr¨om and Olof Johansson).

Direct Ethanol Fuel Cells (Zhi Wen Chia and Jim Yang Lee).

Molecular Catalysis for Fuel Cells (Kenichi Oyaizu).

Recent Advances in Photo-Initiated Electron-Transfer at the Interface between Anatase TiO2 Nanocrystallites and Transition-Metal Polypyridyl Compounds (Shane Ardo and Gerald J. Meyer).

Electrochemical and Photoelectrochemical Conversion of CO2 to Alcohols (Robert H. Crabtree).

PART 2: ENERGY STORAGE.

Hydrogen Economy (Stephen A. Wells, Asel Sartbaeva, Vladimir L. Kuznetsov and Peter P. Edwards).

Thermal Stability of Lithium Ion Battery Electrolytes (Brett L. Lucht, Tippawan Markmaitree and Li Yang).

Supercapacitors: Electrode Materials Aspects (Li Li Zhang, Zhibin Lei, Jintao Zhang, Xiaoning Tian and Xiu Song Zhao).

Thermochemical Water-Splitting (Ali T-Raissi).

Lithium Ion Batteries for Transportation and Electrical Energy Storage Applications: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Studies of Structure and Function (Jordi Cabana and Clare P. Grey).

Index.

 





 

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