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Microsupercapacitors

Kazufumi Kobashi (Redaktør) ; Karolina Laszczyk (Redaktør)

Microsupercapacitors systematically guides the reader through the key materials, characterization techniques, performance factors and potential applications and benefits to society of this emerging electrical energy storage solution. Les mer
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Microsupercapacitors systematically guides the reader through the key materials, characterization techniques, performance factors and potential applications and benefits to society of this emerging electrical energy storage solution. The book reviews the technical challenges in scaling down supercapacitors, covering materials, performance, design and applications perspectives. Sections provide a fundamental understanding of microsupercapacitors and compare them to existing energy storage technologies. Final discussions consider the factors that impact performance, potential tactics to improve performance, barriers to implementation, emerging solutions to those barriers, and a future outlook. This book will be of particular interest to materials scientists and engineers working in academia, research and development.
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Forlag: Woodhead Publishing Ltd
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9780081028889
Format: 23 x 15 cm
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1. Nanomaterials, Aerogels, Biomaterials, Composites, Inks 2. Silicon-based electrodes 3. The Role and the Necessary Features of Electrolytes for Microsupercapacitors 4. Standard Electrochemical Techniques for Defining the Performance of Microsupercapacitors 5. Energy Storage 6. Microbatteries 7. Energy Harvesting 8. Design and Technology Processes Used for Microsupercapacitors 9. Fiber-Shaped Microsupercapacitors 10. Recent Research and Issues
Kazufumi Kobashi is a Senior Researcher at the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) in Tokyo, Japan. Since 2009, Dr Kobashi has been developing the CNT microsupercapacitor technology; since 2017, he has focused on the characterization technology of nanocarbon-based, neat and composite materials in AIST, and applied research in CNT. Karolina Laszczyk is an Assistant Professor at Wroclaw University of Science and Technology in Wroclaw, Poland. Whilst working at the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) and at the Technology Research Association for Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes (TASC) in Japan between 2011-2016, Dr Laszczyk worked on developing microsupercapacitor technology. For this work she was awarded the “12th IIjima Award for Young Scientists” by The Japanese Fullerenes, Nanotubes and Graphene Research Society, and the silver medal at The International Trade Fair Ideas Inventions New Products IENA in Nuremberg 2017.