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Metal–air batteries are becoming of particular interest, from both fundamental and industrial viewpoints, for their high specific energy density compared to other energy storage devices, in particular the Li-ion systems. Among metal–air batteries, the zinc–air option represents a safe,...
Pure Li4Ti5O12 with high crystallinity was successfully synthesized by a solvothermal process. The effects of initial Li/Ti ratio and post-heating temperature on the phase evolution, particle morphology and electrochemical properties were systematically investigated. Excess lithium, compared to...
In the present study, photocatalytic hydrogen production from water/methanol solution was investigated over cerium and nonmetal (B/C/N/S) co-doped titanium dioxide catalyst under visible light irradiation. The cerium and nonmetal co-doped titania photocatalysts were prepared by co-precipitation...
Alkaline electrolysis is the long-established technology for water splitting to produce hydrogen and has been industrially used since the nineteenth century. The most common materials used for the electrodes are nickel and derivatives of nickel (e.g. Raney nickel). Nickel represents a...
The complex chemical hydride, ammonia borane (NH3BH3, AB) is a hydrogen rich compound. It is a promising hydrogen source for applications using proton exchange membrane fuel cells (PEMFCs) due to hydrogen content. It has reasonably lower operating temperatures compared with other solid-state...
Copper selenide is of recent interest as a high-performance p-type thermoelectric material. Adding Ag to copper selenide increases the dimensionless figure-of-merit zT up to 780 K, with Cu1.97Ag0.03Se reaching a zT of 1.0 at 870 K. The increase compared with Cu2Se can be explained by analyzing...
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