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Advanced batteries : materials science aspects / Robert A. Huggins.

Author/Creator:
Huggins, Robert A. (Robert Alan), 1929-
Publication:
New York ; [London] : Springer, ©2009.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (xxx, 474 pages) : illustrations.
Subjects:
Electric batteries.
Electric batteries -- Materials.
Electrodes.
Electrolytes.
Electrochemistry.
Contents:
Introductory Material
Principles Determining the Voltages and Capacities of Electrochemical Cells
Binary Electrodes Under Equilibrium or Near-Equilibrium Conditions
Ternary Electrodes Under Equilibrium or Near-Equilibrium Conditions
Electrode Reactions That Deviate From Complete Equilibrium
Insertion Reaction Electrodes
Negative Electrodes in Lithium Cells
Lithium-Carbon Alloys
Metallic Lithium Alloys
Convertible Reactant Electrodes
Positive Electrodes in Lithium Systems
Solid Positive Electrodes in Lithium Systems
Liquid Positive Electrode Reactants
Hydrogen and Water in Positive Electrode Materials
Negative Electrode in Aqueous Systems
The Zinc Electrode in Aqueous Systems
The "Cadmium" Electrode
Metal Hydride Electrodes
Positive Electrodes in Aqueous Systems
Manganese Dioxide Electrodes in Aqueous Systems
The "Nickel" Electrode
cause of the Memory Effect in "Nickel" Electrodes
Other Topics Related to Electrodes
Mixed-Conducting Host Structures into Which Either Cations or Anions Can Be Inserted
Cells with Liquid Electrodes: Flow Batteries
Reactions in Fine Particle Electrodes
Potentials
Potentials in and Near Solids
Reference Electrodes
Potentials of Chemical Reactions
Potential and Composition Distribution Within Components of Electromechanical Cells
Liquid Electrolyts
Elevated Temperature Electrolytes for Alkali Metals
Ambient Temperature Electrolytes for Lithium
Aqueous Electrolytes for Hydrogen
Nonaqueous Electrolytes for Hydrogen
Solid Electrolytes: Introduction
Mechanism and Structural Dependence of Ionic Conduction in Solid Electrolytes
Lithium Ion Conductors
Electrolyte Stability Windows and Their Extension
Composite Structures That Combine Stability Regimes
The SEI in Organic Solvent Systems
Combination of a Solid Electrolyte and a Molten Salt Electrolyte
Experimental Methods to Evaluate the Critical Properties of Electrodes and Electrolytes
Use of DC Methods to Determine the Electronic and Ionic Components of the conductivity in Mixed Conductors
Experimental Determination of the Critical Properties of Potential Electrode Materials
Use of AC Methods to Determine the Electronic and Ionic Components of the Conductivity in Solid Electrolytes and Mixed Conductors
Use of Polymeric Materials As Battery Components
Polymer Electrolytes
Transient Behavior of Electrochemical Systems
Transient Behavior Under Pulse Demand Conditions
Modeling Transient Behavior of Electrochemical Systems Using Laplace Transforms
Closing Comments.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI Available via World Wide Web.
Description based on print version record.
Contributor:
ProQuest ebook central
ISBN:
9780387764245 (electronic bk.)
0387764240 (electronic bk.)
9780387764238
0387764232
Publisher Number:
99983217060
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.
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