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Advances in Supercapacitor and Supercapattery: Innovations in Energy Storage Devices provides a deep insight into energy storage systems and their applications. The first two chapters cover the detailed background, fundamental charge storage mechanism and the various types of supercapacitor. The third chapter give details about the hybrid device (Supercapattery) which comprises of battery and capacitive electrode. The main advantages of Supercapattery over batteries and supercapacitor are discussed in this chapter. The preceding three chapters cover the electrode materials used for supercapattery. The electrolyte is a major part that significantly contributes to the performance of the device. Therefore, different kinds of electrolytes and their suitability are discussed in chapter 6 and 7. The book concludes with a look at the potential applications of supercapattery, challenges and future prospective. This book is beneficial for research scientists, engineers and students who are interested in the latest developments and fundamentals of energy storage mechanism and clarifies the misleading concepts in this field.
- Presents the three classes of energy storage devices and clarifies the difference between between pseudocapacitor and battery grade material
- Covers the synthesis strategies to enhance the overall performance of the supercapacitor device (including power density)
- Explains the energy storage mechanism based on the fundamental concept of physics and electrochemistry
Materials Scientists and Engineers in academia and R&D. Mechanical and Chemical Engineers
1: Background of Energy Storage
2: Fundamental Electrochemical Energy Storage Systems
2.1 Electrical Double Layer Capacitors (EDLC)
3: Conducting polymeric nanocomposite for supercapattery
4: Carbonaceous nanocomposites for supercapattery
5: Binary Metal oxides for supercapattery
6: Ternary nanocomposites for supercapattery
7: Metal/Metal Oxide thin film Electrode for Supercapattery
8: Aqueous Electrolytes for supercapattery
9: Solid/Gel Polymer Electrolytes for Supercapattery
10: Industrial Scale applications of Supercapattery
11: Future Prospective and challenges
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- 10th December 2020
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Professor Mohammad Khalid completed his bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Visvesvaraya Technological University, India and MSc in Chemical and Environmental Engineering from Universiti Putra Malaysia. Later, he continued his PhD at the International Islamic University, Malaysia and worked on developing radiation crosslinked rubber nanocomposites. Prior to joining Sunway University, Professor Khalid was Associate Professor in the Department of Chemical & Environmental Engineering at the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus. His research focuses on nanomaterial synthesis, heat transfer fluids, phase change materials, and energy harvesting. More specifically, he is currently working on solar energy harvesting using deep eutectic salts (DES) and carbon nanoparticles based nanolubricants to improve engine performance. His research expertise covers many other important areas such as polymer recycling, radiation processing of polymer blends and biofuel. He has published more than 100 papers in international journals and refereed international conferences, five patents and seven chapters in books. He is a chartered member of the Institution of Chemical Engineers (MIChemE) and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA), UK.
Professor, Graphene and Advanced 2D Materials Research Group, Bandar Sunway, Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia Head, Graphene and Advanced 2D Materials Research Group, Bandar Sunway, Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Dr. Numan Arshid obtained his PhD in Physics with distinction from University of Malaya, Malaysia. His PhD research focused on the development of metal oxide nanostructures supported on carbon matrix for supercapacitor and electrochemical sensing applications. Additionally, he has worked on the preparation of solid/gel polymer electrolytes for electric double capacitors and novel electrode materials for hybrid supercapacitors. His research at the Graphene and Advanced 2D Materials Research Group (GAMRG) focuses on the preparation of 2D materials and their application for electrochemical energy storage.
University of Malaya, Malaysia
Dr. A. Nirmala Grace is an Associate Professor at the Centre for Nanotechnology Research, VIT University, Vellore, India. She has more than 55 International Peer reviewed publications. Her current research group is working on various niche areas of nanotechnology like Hybrid Nanomaterials - Synthesis, Applications in Energy sector - Renewable Energy, Supercapacitors, Fuel cells, Batteries, Photoelectrocatalysis, H2 production and under Environmental, she is working on Photocatalysis and adsorbents for organic and Inorganic pollutant removal, CO2 conversion, and also on Sensor applications like gas and food sensors.
Associate Professor at the Centre for Nanotechnology Research, VIT University, Vellore, India
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