Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage
1. Edition November 2021
432 Pages, Softcover
This pioneering textbook on the topic provides a clear and well-structured description of the fundamentals, as well as an excellent overview of the practical applications. The didactic style guides readers, who can test their understanding with questions and answers.
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An introductory text to electrochemical energy conversion and storage that takes account of current and future energy perspectives.
'Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage' fills a gap in the literature by providing a text that contains comprehensive descriptions of the fundamentals and a detailed overview of the real-world, practical applications of electrochemical energy storage and conversion. Written by two noted experts on the topic, the book explores both the basics of energy conversion and storage and modes of conversion and storage of electric energy with particular attention to the use of renewable energy sources.
The book is written for both students and professionals and covers a wide range of topics, ranging from thermodynamic, kinetic and electrochemical fundamentals to a complete presentation of all electrochemical systems for energy conversion and storage. The text is filled with illustrations, examples, and descriptions of practical applications that help to understand the material presented.
This important textbook:
? Provides a much-needed introduction to the fundamentals and recent developments in electrochemical energy technology
? Explores the processes and applications of energy conversion and storage
? Provides information on experimental methods
? Has been written by two noted researchers and experienced authors
Written for students in chemistry, materials sciences, and engineering, 'Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage' meets the demand for an up-to-date introduction to this important topic.
Electrochemical Processes and Systems: Classification, Typical Properties and Applications, and Hybrid Types
Thermodynamics of Electrochemical Systems
Kinetics of Electrochemical Energy Conversion Processes
Electrodes and Electrolytes
Rudolf Holze, PhD, is Full Professor of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry at Chemnitz University of Technology. Germany, at St. Petersburg State University, Russia, Distinguished Professor at Nanjing Tech University, China, and an ordinary member of the Saxon Academy of Sciences. He has authored nine books and more than 450 research articles.