1st Edition

Advanced Hybrid Nanomaterials for Energy Storage

Edited By Won-Chun Oh, Suresh Sagadevan Copyright 2025
    328 Pages 119 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    At the crossroads of nanotechnology and sustainable energy, Advanced Hybrid Nanomaterials for Energy Storage explores the groundbreaking field of material design at the nanoscale for next-generation energy storage solutions. This comprehensive text delves into the synthesis, characterization, and optimization of hybrid nanomaterials crafted by combining the advantageous properties of diverse materials. From metal oxides and carbon nanostructures to biopolymers and functionalized surfaces, the book unveils a treasure trove of knowledge on material combinations with the potential to revolutionize batteries, supercapacitors, and other energy storage devices.

    • Explores the latest advances in hybrid nanomaterial design for energy storage applications.

    • Discusses the benefits of combining different materials at the nanoscale, showing how their combined properties outperform those of individual components.

    • Examines various types of hybrid nanomaterials, including metal oxide/carbon nanocomposites, metal-doped composites, and biopolymer-based materials.

    • Focuses on the real-world implications of hybrid nanomaterials in battery electrodes, supercapacitor electrodes, and other energy storage devices.

    • Underscores the crucial role of these materials in transitioning to a clean and sustainable energy landscape.

    This book serves as an important resource for both industry professionals and academic researchers and is ideal for scientists and engineers working in advanced materials for energy storage applications.

    0. Front Matter.  1. Latest technologies in solid-state electrolytes related to energy storage applications based on 2D Mxene.  2. Two-dimensional MXenes for supercapacitor applications and prospects.  3. Carbon-based hybrid materials as advanced electrodes for structural supercapacitors.  4. Carbon Derivatives-Based Silicon as Anode Materials for Lithium-Ion Batteries.  5. Carbon-based composites for energy storage applications.  6. Nanomaterials for the development of electrodes.  7. Application of carbon nanomaterials in supercapacitors.  8. Development of g-C3N4-based nanocomposite for hydrogen production and battery applications.  9. MXenes-based energy storage Applications: low-dimensional structural design and functional expansion.  10. Application of nanomaterials in electrochemistry fields.  11. Electric double-layer capacitor using carbon materials.  12. Advanced Hybrid Nanomaterials for Energy Storage.  


    Won-Chun Oh is a Full Professor in the Department of Advanced Materials and Engineering at Hanseo University in Korea, and at the School of Materials Science and Engineering at Anhui University of Science and Technology in China. He is a guest professor in various other universities throughout China, Thailand, and Indonesia. Dr. Oh has obtained the “Research Front” award from Korean Carbon Society, the “Yangsong” award from Korea Ceramic Society, the “Excellent Paper Award” from Korea Journal of Material Research as well as the “Best Paper Award” from the Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry for his pioneering work. He has also received the “Award of Appreciation” from ICMMA2011, ICMMA2014 and ICMMA2019. He is an ICMMA committee board member and from 2007 to the present, he has served as a “Conference Chairman and Vice-Chairman” for the ICMMA. Dr. Oh has authored or co-authored 806 papers published in domestic and international journals, and he currently serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the “Journal of Multifunctional Materials and Photo Science”, “Asian Journal of Materials Chemistry” and he is an Advisory Board Member of the “Asian Journal of Chemistry” and “Nanomaterials”.

    Suresh Sagadevan works as an Associate Professor at the Nanotechnology and Catalysis Research Centre at the University of Malaya. He has published more than 350 research papers in the ISI top-tier journals and Scopus and has authored 12 international book series and 40 book chapters. Dr. Sagadevan is an Editor, Guest Editor, and Editorial Board member of many reputed ISI journals and a member of many professional bodies at the national and international level. He has been a recognized reviewer for many reputed journals and his work spans across various fields such as nanofabrication, functional materials, graphene, polymeric nanocomposite, glass materials, thin films, bio-inspired materials, drug delivery, tissue engineering, cell culture, supercapacitor, optoelectronics, photocatalytic, green chemistry, and biosensor applications.