1st Edition

Nanomaterials for Lithium-Ion Batteries
Fundamentals and Applications

ISBN 9789814316408
Published October 8, 2013 by Jenny Stanford Publishing
462 Pages 8 Color & 210 B/W Illustrations

USD $160.00

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Book Description

This book covers the most recent advances in the science and technology of nanostructured materials for lithium-ion application. With contributions from renowned scientists and technologists, the chapters discuss state-of-the-art research on nanostructured anode and cathode materials, some already used in commercial batteries and others still in development. They include nanostructured anode materials based on Si, Ge, Sn, and other metals and metal oxides together with cathode materials of olivine, the hexagonal and spinel crystal structures.

Table of Contents

Silicon Nanowire Electrodes For Lithium-Ion Battery Negative Electrodes, Candace K. Chan, Seung Sae Hong, and Yi Cui

Nanoscale anodes of silicon and germanium for lithium batteries, Jason Graetz

Nano-Electrochemical Approach For Improvement Of Lithium-Tin Alloy Anode, Tetsuya Osaka, Hiroki Nara, and Hitomi Mukaibo

Subject and Its Breakthrough Technology for New Alloy Electrode System, Kiyotaka Yasuda

Nanometer anode materials for Li-ion batteries, Xuejie Huang and Hong Li Larsson

Lithium reaction with metal nanofilms, Rachid Yazami

High Rate Li-Ion Intercalation In Nanocrystalline Cathode Materials For High Power Li-Ion Batteries, Masashi Okubo and Itaru Honma

LiFePO4: from an insulator to a robust cathode material, Miran Gaberšček, Janez Jamnik, Katja Weichert, and Joachim Maier

Redox reaction in size-controlled LixFePO4, Atsuo Yamada

Reduced graphene oxide-based hybrid materials for high rate Li-ion batteries, Seong Min Bak, Hyun Kyung Kim, Sang Hoon Park, and Kwang Bum Kim

High Energy and High Power Li-Ion Cells, S. Jouanneau, S. Patoux, Y. Reynier, and S. Martinet

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Professor Rachid Yazami is a Research Director at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS). His current research covers thermodynamics studies on lithium ion batteries, lithium air batteries with a liquid anode, and fluoride ion batteries.


"The book has good technical depth, yet is still very readable. It contains many photos, illustrations, tables, and graphs of data that provide the reader with the insight needed to understand the phenomena being described and the processes occurring in lithium battery chemistry. Researchers as well as students studying lithium-ion batteries will find this book well worth reading. It provides insight into many different avenues for potentially improving lithium-ion battery performance. The reader will learn about these new ideas and gain a better understanding of what currently limits battery performance."
--IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine, September/October - Vol. 30, No.5