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Atomic and Nano Scale Materials for Advanced Energy Conversion, 2 Volumes


Atomic and Nano Scale Materials for Advanced Energy Conversion, 2 Volumes


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von: Zongyou Yin

295,99 €

Verlag: Wiley-VCH
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 22.10.2021
ISBN/EAN: 9783527831388
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 880

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<b>Atomic and Nano Scale Materials for Advanced Energy Conversion</b> <p><b>Discover the latest advancements in energy conversion technologies used to develop modern sustainable energy techniques</b> <p>In <i>Atomic and Nano Scale Materials for Advanced Energy Conversion,</i> expert interdisciplinary researcher Dr. Zongyou Yin delivers a comprehensive overview of nano-to-atomic scale materials science, the development of advanced electrochemical, photochemical, photoelectrochemical, and photovoltaic energy conversion strategies, and the applications for sustainable water splitting and other technologies. <p>The book offers readers cutting-edge information of two-dimensional nano, mixed-dimensional nano, nano rare earth, clusters, and single atoms. It constructively evaluates emerging nano-to-atomic scale energy conversion technologies for academic research and development (R&D) researchers and industrial technique consultants and engineers. <p>The author sets out a systematic analysis of recent energy-conversion science, covering topics like adaptable manufacturing of Van der Waals heterojunctions, mixed-dimensional junctions, tandem structures, and superlattices. He also discusses function-oriented engineering in polymorphic phases, photon absorption, excitons-charges conversion, non-noble plasmonics, and solid-liquid-gas interactions. <p>Readers will also benefit from: <ul><li>A thorough introduction to emerging nanomaterials for energy conversion, including electrochemical, photochemical, photoelectrochemical, and photovoltaic energy conversion</li> <li>An exploration of clusters for energy conversion, including electrochemical, photochemical, and photoelectrochemical clusters</li> <li>Practical discussions of single atoms for energy conversion in electrochemical, photochemical, and photoelectrochemical energy conversion technologies</li> <li>A thorough analysis of future perspectives and directions in advanced energy conversion technology</li></ul> <p>Perfect for materials scientists, photochemists, electrochemists, and inorganic chemists,<i> Atomic and Nano Scale Materials for Advanced Energy Conversion</i> is also a must-read resource for catalytic chemists interested in the intersection of advanced chemistry and physics in energy conversion technologies.
PART I INTRODUCTION<br> <br> PART II EMERGING NANOMATERIALS FOR ENERGY CONVERSION<br> <br> 2 ELECTROCHEMICAL (EC) ENERGY CONVERSION<br> 2.1 2D-materials free heterostructures<br> 2.2 2D-materials based heterostructures<br> 2.3 Superlattices<br> 2.4 Polymorphic phase engineered structures (PPES) <br> 2.5 Rare-earth nanomaterials<br> <br> 3 PHOTOCHEMICAL (PC) ENERGY CONVERSION<br> 3.1 2D-materials free heterostructures <br> 3.2 2D-materials based heterostructures <br> 3.3 Superlattices <br> 3.4 Polymorphic phase engineered structures (PPES) <br> 3.5 Rare-earth nanomaterials <br> 3.6 Non-Noble Plasmon Enhancement (NNPE) <br> <br> 4 PHOTOELECTROCHEMICAL (PEC) ENERGY CONVERSION<br> 4.1 2D-materials free heterostructures <br> 4.2 2D-materials based heterostructures <br> 4.3 Polymorphic phase engineered structures (PPES) <br> 4.4 Rare-earth nanomaterials <br> 4.5 Non-Noble Plasmon Enhancement (NNPE)<br> <br> 5 PHOTOVOLTAIC (PV) ENERGY CONVERSION<br> 5.1 2D-materials free heterostructures <br> 5.2 2D Materials based heterostructures <br> 5.3 Perovskite/Si tandem solar cells <br> 5.4 III-V compound semiconductor nanowire solar cells <br> 5.5 Rare-earth nanomaterials <br> 5.6 Non-Noble Plasmon Enhancement (NNPE) <br> <br> PART III CLUSTERS FOR ENERGY CONVERSION<br> <br> 6 ELECTROCHEMICAL ENERGY CONVERSION<br> 6.1 Clusters for EC water splitting<br> 6.2 Clusters for EC CO2 reduction reaction<br> 6.3 Clusters for EC N2 reduction reaction<br> 6.4 Challenge and opportunity<br> <br> 7 PHOTOCHEMICAL ENERGY CONVERSION <br> 7.1 Clusters for PC water splitting<br> 7.2 Clusters for PC CO2 reduction reaction<br> 7.3 Clusters for PC N2 reduction reaction<br> 7.4 Challenge and opportunity<br> <br> 8 PHOTOELECTROCHEMICAL ENERGY CONVERSION <br> 8.1 Clusters for PEC water splitting<br> 8.2 Clusters for PEC CO2 reduction reaction<br> 8.3 Challenge and opportunity<br> <br> PART IV SINGLE ATOMS FOR ENERGY CONVERSION<br> <br> 9 ELECTROCHEMICAL ENERGY CONVERSION<br> 9.1 SAs for EC water splitting<br> 9.2 SAs for EC CO2 reduction reaction<br> 9.3 SAs for EC N2 reduction reaction<br> 9.4 Challenge and opportunity<br> <br> 10 PHOTOCHEMICAL ENERGY CONVERSION <br> 10.1 SAs for PC water splitting<br> 10.2 SAs for PC CO2 reduction reaction<br> 10.3 SAs for PC N2 reduction reaction<br> 10.4 Challenge and opportunity<br> <br> 11 PHOTOELECTROCHEMICAL ENERGY CONVERSION <br> 11.1 SAs for PEC water splitting<br> 11.2 SAs for PEC CO2 reduction reaction<br> 11.3 Challenge and opportunity<br> <br> PART V FUTURE PERSPECTIVES
<p><b>Zongyou Yin</b>, PhD, is Associate Professor at the Research School of Chemistry, Australian National University. He received his doctorate from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore in 2008. His research focus encompasses the chemistry and physics of nano-to-atomic materials and their applications development.</p>
<p><b>Discover the latest advancements in energy conversion technologies used to develop modern sustainable energy techniques</b></p> <p>In <i>Atomic and Nano Scale Materials for Advanced Energy Conversion,</i> expert interdisciplinary researcher Dr. Zongyou Yin delivers a comprehensive overview of nano-to-atomic scale materials science, the development of advanced electrochemical, photochemical, photoelectrochemical, and photovoltaic energy conversion strategies, and the applications for sustainable water splitting and other technologies. <p>The book offers readers cutting-edge information of two-dimensional nano, mixed-dimensional nano, nano rare earth, clusters, and single atoms. It constructively evaluates emerging nano-to-atomic scale energy conversion technologies for academic research and development (R&D) researchers and industrial technique consultants and engineers. <p>The author sets out a systematic analysis of recent energy-conversion science, covering topics like adaptable manufacturing of Van der Waals heterojunctions, mixed-dimensional junctions, tandem structures, and superlattices. He also discusses function-oriented engineering in polymorphic phases, photon absorption, excitons-charges conversion, non-noble plasmonics, and solid-liquid-gas interactions. <p>Readers will also benefit from: <ul><li>A thorough introduction to emerging nanomaterials for energy conversion, including electrochemical, photochemical, photoelectrochemical, and photovoltaic energy conversion</li> <li>An exploration of clusters for energy conversion, including electrochemical, photochemical, and photoelectrochemical clusters</li> <li>Practical discussions of single atoms for energy conversion in electrochemical, photochemical, and photoelectrochemical energy conversion technologies</li> <li>A thorough analysis of future perspectives and directions in advanced energy conversion technology</li></ul> <p>Perfect for materials scientists, photochemists, electrochemists, and inorganic chemists,<i> Atomic and Nano Scale Materials for Advanced Energy Conversion</i> is also a must-read resource for catalytic chemists interested in the intersection of advanced chemistry and physics in energy conversion technologies.

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