This book explores a wide range of energy storage devices, such as a lithium ion battery, sodium ion battery, magnesium ion battery and supercapacitors. Providing a comprehensive review of the current field, it also discusses the history of these technologies and introduces next-generation rechargeable batteries and supercapacitors. This book will serve as a valuable reference for researchers working with energy storage technologies across the fields of physics, chemistry, and engineering.
• Edited by established authorities in the field, with chapter contributions from subject area specialists
• Provides a comprehensive review of field
• Up to date with the latest developments and research
Chapter 1- Cathodes for lithium ion battery. Chapter 2- Metal oxide based anodes for lithium ion battery. Chapter 3- Sodium-ion battery anode materials future prospects and challenges. Chapter 4- Sodium and sodium ion based energy storage batteries. Chapter 5- Magnesium battery. Chapter 6 - Graphene-Based Supercapacitor Applications. Chapter 7- Transition Metal Based Nanomaterials for High Energy and Power Density Supercapacitors. Chapter 8- The Role of Modeling and Simulation in the Achievement of Next-generation Electrochemical Capacitors. Chapter 9- Cerium Oxide: Synthesis, Structural, Morphology and Applications in Electrochemical Energy Storage– A Review. Chapter 10- Multifunctional Energy storage: Piezoelectric self-charging cell. Chapter 11- The Contributions of Electrolytes in Achieving the Performance index of Next generation Electrochemical Capacitors (ECs).