Inorganic Nanomaterials for Supercapacitor Design [electronic resource].Material type: TextPublication details: Milton : CRC Press LLC, 2020.Description: 1 online resource (365 p.)ISBN:
- 620.1 23
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Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Editors -- Contributors -- Chapter 1: Niobium Based Materials for Supercapacitors -- Chapter 2: Zinc-Based Materials for Supercapacitors -- Chapter 3: Defect Engineered Inorganic Materials for Supercapacitors -- Chapter 4: Vanadium-Based Compounds for Supercapacitors -- Chapter 5: Future Prospects and Challenges of Inorganic-Based Supercapacitors -- Chapter 6: Tungsten Based Materials for Supercapacitors -- Chapter 7: Microwave-Assisted Inorganic Materials for Supercapacitors
Chapter 8: Tin-Based Materials for Supercapacitor -- Chapter 9: Inorganic Materials-Based Next-Generation Supercapacitors -- Chapter 10: Synthesis Approaches of Inorganic Materials -- Chapter 11: Metal-Organic Frameworks Derived Materials for Supercapacitors -- Chapter 12: Surface Morphology Induced Inorganic Materials for Supercapacitors -- Chapter 13: Molybdenum Based Materials for Supercapacitors Beyond TMDs -- Chapter 14: Iron-Based Electrode Materials for an Efficient Supercapacitor -- Chapter 15: Metal-Organic Frameworks for Supercapacitors
Chapter 16: Amino Acid-Assisted Inorganic Materials for Supercapacitors -- Chapter 17: Co-Based Materials for Supercapacitors -- Index
Among electrode materials, inorganic materials have received vast consideration owing to their redox chemistry, chemical stability, high electrochemical performance, and high-power applications. These exceptional properties enable inorganic-based materials to find application in high-performance energy conversion and storage. The current advances in nanotechnology have uncovered novel inorganic materials by various strategies and their different morphological features may serve as a rule for future supercapacitor electrode design for efficient supercapacitor performance. Inorganic Nanomaterials for Supercapacitor Design depicts the latest advances in inorganic nanomaterials for supercapacitor energy storage devices. Key Features: Provides an overview on the supercapacitor application of inorganic-based materials. Describes the fundamental aspects, key factors, advantages, and challenges of inorganic supercapacitors. Presents up-to-date coverage of the large, rapidly growing, and complex literature on inorganic supercapacitors. Surveys current applications in supercapacitor energy storage. Explores the new aspects of inorganic materials and next-generation supercapacitor systems.
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