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The book discusses recent developments in nanostructured and advanced materials in fuel cells, including high-temperature solid oxide fuel cells, low-temperature proton exchange membrane fuel cells, and microbial fuel cells. The relationship among the performance, activity, stability, and materials microstructure in respect to the fuel cell systems and applications will be described and each chapter is concluded by challenges presently faced and outlook for future development. It describes the fundamental sciences involved in various fuel cell operations and the technological developments in material science and engineering for materials fabrication.

About San Ping Jiang

Dr. San Ping Jiang is a professor at the department of chemical engineering and deputy director of the Fuels and Energy Technology Institute, Curtin University, Australia, and adjunct professor of the University of Sunshine Coast University, Australia. Dr. Jiang received his BEng from South China University of Technology in 1982 and his PhD from The City University, London in 1988. His research interests encompass fuel cells and water electrolysis, solid state ionics, electrocatalysis, and nanostructured functional materials. Dr. Jiang has published 250 journal papers. Dr. Pei Kang Shen is a professor and director at the Advanced Materials Research Laboratory in Sun Yatsen University, China. He obtained his BSc degree in electrochemistry at Xiamen University in 1982, and his PhD in chemistry at Essex University in 1992. He is the author of over 200 publications in qualified journals or specialized books, of 40 patents, and of more than 100 meeting presentations. His research interests include fuel cells and batteries, electrochemistry of nanomaterials and of nanocomposite functional materials, and electrochemical engineering.

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Author : San Ping Jiang
Publisher : CRC Press
Data Published : 15 October 2013
ISBN : 1466512504
EAN : 9781466512504
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 392 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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