New Carbon Based Materials For Electrochemical Energy Storage Systems: Batteries, Supercapacitors And Fuel Cells by Igor V. BarsukovNew Carbon Based Materials For Electrochemical Energy Storage Systems: Batteries, Supercapacitors And Fuel Cells by Igor V. Barsukov

New Carbon Based Materials For Electrochemical Energy Storage Systems: Batteries, Supercapacitors…

byIgor V. BarsukovEditorChristopher S. Johnson, Joseph E. Doninger

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Carbonaceous materials play a fundamental role in electrochemical energy storage systems. Carbon in the structural form of graphite is widely used as the active material in lithium-ion batteries; it is abundant, and environmentally friendly. Carbon is also used to conduct and distribute charge effectively throughout composite electrodes of supercapacitors, batteries and fuel cells. The electronic conductive pathways are critical to delivering and extracting current out of the device. However, many challenges and the understanding of the role of carbon and its stability and efficiency in charge storage applications still exists. This NATO-ARW volume contains a diverse collection of papers addressing the role of carbon in some key electrochemical systems, both conventional and emerging. These papers discuss the latest issues associated with development, synthesis, characterization and use of new advanced carbonaceous materials for electrochemical energy storage. Such systems include: metal-air primary and rechargeable batteries, fuel cells, supercapacitors, cathodes and anodes of lithium-ion and lithium polymer rechargeable batteries, as well as nanocarbon materials of the future.
Title:New Carbon Based Materials For Electrochemical Energy Storage Systems: Batteries, Supercapacitors…Format:PaperbackDimensions:523 pagesPublished:July 13, 2006Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Preface. 1. New Carbon Materials for Supercapacitors. Subject Overview. Novel Carbonaceous Materials for Application in the Electrochemical Supercapacitors; E. Frackowiak et al.- Effect of Carbonaceous Materials on Performance of Carbon-Carbon and Carbon-Ni Oxide Types of Electrochemical Capacitors with Alkaline Electrolyte; A. I. Belyakov.- Hybrid Supercapacitors Based on a-MnO2/Carbon Nanotubes Composites; V. Khomenko et al.- Development of Supercapacitors Based on Conducting Polymers; V. Khomenko et al.- Supercapacitors: Old Problems and New Trends; Y. Malein et al.- Modeling Porosity Development During KOH Activation of Coal and Pitch-Derived Carbons for Electrochemical Capacitors; K. Kierzek et al.- General Properties of Ionic Liquids as Electrolytes for Carbon-Based Double Layer Capacitors; A. Lewandowski, M. Galinski.- 2. Carbon Materials for Gas Diffusion Electrodes, Metal Air Cells and Batteries. Subject Overview.- New Concept for the Metal-Air Batteries Using Composites: Conducting Polymers/Expanded Graphite as Catalysts; V. Z. Barsukov et al.- Mechanically Rechargeable Magnesium-Air Cells with NaCl-Electrolyte; A. Kaisheva, I. Iliev.- Application of Carbon-Based Materials in Metal-Air Batteries: Research, Development, Commercialization; A. Kaisheva, I. Iliev.- Metal - Air Batteries with Carbonaceous Air Electrodes and Nonmetallic Catalysts; N. Korovin.- 3. Carbon Anodes for Lithium-Ion Batteries. Subject Overview.- Carbonaceous Materials for Batteries; T. Takamura, R. J. Brodd.- Anode-Electrolyte Reactions in Li Batteries: The Differences Between Graphitic and Metallic Anodes; H. J. Santner et al.-Performance of Novel Types of Carbonaceous Materials in the Anodes of CLAiO's Lithium-Ion Battery Systems; M. Walkowiak et al.- Why Graphite Electrodes Fail in PC Solutions: An Insight from Morphological Studies; D. Aurbach et al.- New Developments in the Advanced Graphite for Lithium-Ion Batteries; F.-X. Henry et al.- Mechanisms ofReversible and Irreversible Insertion in Nanostructured Carbons Used for Li-Ion Batteries; F. Béguin et al.- Some Thermodynamics and Kinetics Aspects of the Graphite-Lithium Negative Electrode for Lithium-Ion Batteries; R. Yazami et al.- Characterization of Anodes Based on Various Carbonaceous Materials for Application in Lithium-Ion Cells; A. N. Kozhevnikov et al.- A Carbon Composite for the Negative Electrode of Li-Ion Batteries; A. V. Churikov et al.- Electrochemical Intercalation of PF and BF into Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes; R. Yazami et al.- Surface Treated Natural Graphite as Anode Material for High-Power Li-Ion Battery Applications; J. Liu et al.- 4. Emerging Metal/Carbon Composite Anodes for Next Generation Lithium-Ion Batteries. Subject Overview.- On The Theoretical Prerequisites for Application of Novel Materials in Promising Energy Systems; V. Z. Barsukov, J. E. Doninger.- Capabilities of Thin Tin Films as Negative Electrode Active Materials for Lithium-Ion Batteries; Y. O. Illin et al.- Composite Anode Materials for High Energy Density Lithium-Ion Batteries; J. S. Gnanaraj et al.- Electrochemical Activity of Carbons Modified by d-Metal Complexes with Ethanolamines; L. G. Reiter et al.- Metal-Graphite Composites as Materials for Electrodes of Lithium-Ion Batteries; L. Matzui et al.- Electrochemical Performance of Ni/Cu-Metallized & Carbon-Coated Graphites for Lithium Batteries; C. S. Johnson et al.- 5. New Nano- Through Macro-Carbons for Energy Systems: Synthesis, Modeling, Characterization. Subject Overview.- Stabilization of Graphite Nitrate via Co-intercalation of Organic Compounds; M. V. Savoskin et al.- Electrochemical Stability of Natural, Thermally Exfoliated and Modified Forms of Graphite towards Electrochemical Oxidation; I. O. Kovalenko et al.- Low Temperature Synthesis of Graphite from Iron Carbide; S. Dimovski et al.- High Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy Image Analysis of Disordered Carbons Used for Electrochemical