2D nanomaterials have emerged as promising candidates for use in energy devices owing to their superior electrochemical properties, surface area, nanodevice integration, multifunctionality, printability, and mechanical flexibility. Energy Applications of 2D Nanomaterials covers a wide range of applications of 2D nanomaterials for energy, as well as future applications and challenges in fabricating flexible energy generation and storage devices.
- Examines 2D nanomaterials for solar cells, fuel cells, batteries, supercapacitors, and flexible devices
- Details novel methods and advanced technologies
- Covers future applications and challenges
This book is aimed at materials scientists, chemists, electrochemists, and engineers working in energy disciplines.
Table of Contents
Part 1: 2D Nanomaterials for Solar Cells. 1. Graphene Based 2D Nanomaterials. 2. Chalcogenide Based 2D Nanomaterials. 3. Metal Oxide/Hydroxide Based 2D Nanomaterials. 4. Metal Phosphide Based 2D Nanomaterials. 5. Mxene-Based 2D Nanomaterials. Part 2: 2D Nanomaterials for Fuel Cells. 6. Graphene Based 2D Nanomaterials. 7. Chalcogenide Based 2D Nanomaterials. 8. Metal Oxide/Hydroxide Based 2D Nanomaterials. 9. Metal Phosphide Based 2D Nanomaterials. 10. Mxene-Based 2D Nanomaterials. Part 3: 2D Nanomaterials for Batteries. 11. Graphene Based 2D Nanomaterials. 12. Chalcogenide Based 2D Nanomaterials. 13. Metal Oxide/Hydroxide Based 2D Nanomaterials. 14. Metal Phosphide Based 2D Nanomaterials. 15. MXene-Based 2D Nanomaterials. Part 4: 2D Nanomaterials for Supercapacitors. 16. Graphene Based 2D Nanomaterials. 17. Chalcogenide Based 2D Nanomaterials. 18. Metal Oxide/Hydroxide Based 2D Nanomaterials. 19. Metal Phosphide Based 2D Nanomaterials. 20. Mxene-Based 2D Nanomaterials. Part 5: 2D Nanomaterials for Flexible Devices. 21. 2D Nanomaterials for Flexible Solar Cells. 22. 2D Nanomaterials for Flexible Fuel Cells. 23. 2D Nanomaterials for Flexible Batteries. 24. 2D Nanomaterials for Flexible Supercapacitors.
Ram K. Gupta is Associate Professor at Pittsburg State University. Dr. Gupta’s research focuses on green energy production and storage using conducting polymers and composites, electrocatalysts for fuel cells, nanomaterials, optoelectronics and photovoltaics devices, organic-inorganic hetero-junctions for sensors, nanomagnetism, bio-based polymers, bio-compatible nanofibers for tissue regeneration, scaffold and antibacterial applications, and biodegradable metallic implants. Dr. Gupta has published over 200 peer-reviewed articles, made over 275 national/international/ regional presentations, chaired many sessions at national/international meetings, wrote several book chapters, and received over $2 million for research and educational activities from external agencies. He serves as associate editor, guest editor, and editorial board member for various journals.
Tuan Anh Nguyen completed his BSc in Physics from Hanoi University in 1992, and his Ph.D. in Chemistry from Paris Diderot University (France) in 2003. He was a Visiting Scientist at Seoul National University (South Korea, 2004) and the University of Wollongong (Australia, 2005). He then worked as a Postdoctoral Research Associate & Research Scientist at Montana State University (USA), 2006-2009. In 2012, he was appointed as Head of Microanalysis Department at the Institute for Tropical Technology (Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology). He has managed 4 Ph.D. theses as thesis director and 3 are in progress; He is Editor-In-Chief of "Kenkyu Journal of Nanotechnology & Nanoscience" and Founding Co-Editor-In-Chief of "Current Nanotoxicity & Prevention". He is the author of 4 Vietnamese books and Editor of 32 Elsevier books in the Micro & Nano Technologies Series.