2D Materials for Energy Storage and Conversion
- Suresh C Pillai, Priyanka Ganguly
- October 2021
This reference text provides a comprehensive overview of the latest developments in 2D materials for energy storage and conversion. It covers a wide range of 2D materials and energy applications, including 2D heterostructures for hydrogen storage applications, cathode and anode materials for lithium and sodium-ion batteries, ultrafast lithium and sodium-ion batteries, MXenes for improved electrochemical applications and MXenes as solid-state asymmetric supercapacitors. 2D Materials for Energy Storage and Conversion is an invaluable reference for researchers and graduate students working with 2D materials for energy storage and conversion in the fields of nanotechnology, electrochemistry, materials chemistry, materials engineering and chemical engineering.
- Provides a comprehensive overview of the latest developments in 2D materials for energy storage and conversion technologies
- Covers the most promising candidates for radically advanced energy storage
- Covers 2D heterostructures and provides a holistic view of the subject
- Includes 2D materials beyond graphene, defects engineering, and the main challenges in the field
Suresh C. Pillai obtained his PhD from Trinity College Dublin Ireland and performed his post-doctoral research at Caltech, USA. He currently heads the Nanotechnology and Bio-Engineering Research Group at Institute of Technology Sligo in Ireland. Prof. Pillai is an elected fellow of the Royal Microscopical Society (FRMS) and the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (FIMMM). He is the recipient of several innovation awards including the 2019 Boyle-Higgins award from the Institute of Chemistry Ireland.
Priyanka Ganguly is a Postdoctoral researcher working on the fabrication of 2D materials for energy and environmental applications in the school of engineering of University of Glasgow. She graduated with a PhD in Nanotechnology from Institute of Technology Sligo, Ireland, in 2021, and has authored more than 25 research articles, book chapters and review articles.
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Hardback ISBN: 9780750333177
Ebook ISBN: 9780750333191
Publisher: Institute of Physics Publishing