Special Issue "Advances in Composite Electrodes Materials"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 September 2023) | Viewed by 3857
Interests: novel composite electrode materials; supercapacitor composite electrodes; composite battery electrodes; nanocomposite electrodes; characterization of composite electrodes; composite energy material electrodes; composite ceramic electrodes
Advances in composite electrode materials are greatly needed for high technology in renewable energy harvesting and high-power density storage systems. Due to their tremendous technological potential for producing innovative materials with custom properties and performance profiles much beyond those of the existing ones, advanced composite electrode materials are of considerable interest in both basic science and practical research. Our primary focus is on the creation of composite materials in the form of thin films or nanoparticles for use in a variety of energy storage or harvesting, catalysis, and water purification technologies. Composites created in this way could be created using a variety of physical and chemical techniques, with their morphology, size, shape, crystallinity, flaws, surface area, and homogeneous stoichiometry all potentially modified and tuned using growth mechanisms. The development of materials for composite electrodes, including their synthesis, characterization, and applications, is covered in this Special Issue of Crystals, entitled "Advances in Composite Electrodes Materials", along with the most recent developments in the creation of composite electrode materials with process-dependent properties. This Special Issue was created to discuss cutting-edge synthesis and characterization methods and potential applications in light of numerous recent discoveries and advancements in emerging and composite electrode materials, which are anticipated to motivate and arm researchers from the academic and industrial worlds with fresh ideas for advancements in composite electrode materials.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Composite energy material electrodes;
- Nanoparticle composites;
- Nanomaterial composite electrodes;
- Composite thin-film electrodes for dye-sensitized solar cells.
Prof. Dr. Fabian I. Ezema
Dr. Chinwe Nwanya
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- novel composite electrodes
- supercapacitor composite electrodes
- composite battery electrodes
- nanocomposite electrodes
- characterization of composite electrodes
- composite energy material electrodes
- composite ceramic electrodes
- properties of composite electrodes
- modeling of composite electrodes
- carbon composite electrodes