2014, VIII, 525 p. 242 illus., 121 illus. in color.
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Reviews the recent advances in development of functional electrospun nano fibers
Comprehensively introduces the energy and environmental applications of electrospun nano fibers
Provides a versatile strategy for design and development of functional nanomaterials towards energy and environmental issues
This book offers a comprehensive review of the latest advances in developing functional electrospun nanofibers for energy and environmental applications, which include fuel cells, lithium-ion batteries, solar cells, supercapacitors, energy storage materials, sensors, filtration materials, protective clothing, catalysis, structurally-colored fibers, oil spill cleanup, self-cleaning materials, adsorbents, and electromagnetic shielding.
This book is aimed at both newcomers and experienced researchers in the field of nanomaterials, especially those who are interested in addressing energy-related and environmental problems with the help of electrospun nanofibers.
Bin Ding, PhD, and Jianyong Yu, PhD, are both Professors at the College of Materials Science and Engineering, Donghua University, China.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Electrospun Nanofibers - Nanofibers as Filtration Materials - Nanofibers for Energy Storage - Nanofibers for Environmental Remediation - Nanofibers for Enzymatic Catalysis - Nanofibers for Fuel Cells - Nanofibers for Lithium-ion Batteries - Nanofibers for Photocatalysis - Nanofibers for Sensing - Nanofibers for Solar Cells