1. Auflage März 2019
336 Seiten, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd
Preis: 122,00 €
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A guide to lithium sulfur batteries that explores their materials, electrochemical mechanisms and modelling and includes recent scientific developments
Lithium Sulfur Batteries (Li-S) offers a comprehensive examination of Li-S batteries from the viewpoint of the materials used in their construction, the underlying electrochemical mechanisms and how this translates into the characteristics of Li-S batteries. The authors - noted experts in the field - outline the approaches and techniques required to model Li-S batteries.
Lithium Sulfur Batteries reviews the application of Li-S batteries for commercial use and explores many broader issues including the development of battery management systems to control the unique characteristics of Li-S batteries. The authors include information onsulfur cathodes, electrolytes and other components used in making Li-S batteries and examine the role of lithium sulfide, the shuttle mechanism and its effects, and degradation mechanisms. The book contains a review of battery design and:
* Discusses electrochemistry of Li-S batteries and the analytical techniques used to study Li-S batteries
* Offers information on the application of Li-S batteries for commercial use
* Distills years of research on Li-S batteries into one comprehensive volume
* Includes contributions from many leading scientists in the field of Li-S batteries
* Explores the potential of Li-S batteries to power larger battery applications such as automobiles, aviation and space vehicles
Written for academic researchers, industrial scientists and engineers with an interest in the research, development, manufacture and application of next generation battery technologies, Lithium Sulfur Batteries is an essential resource for accessing information on the construction and application of Li-S batteries.
DR. GREGORY J. OFFER is Reader in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Imperial College London. He leads a group of researchers working on understanding and using electrochemical devices.