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Solid-State Ionics--2004, Symposium Held November 29-December 2, 2004, Boston, Massachussetts, U.S.A. Phillipe Knauth

Solid-State Ionics--2004, Symposium Held November 29-December 2, 2004, Boston, Massachussetts, U.S.A.

Phillipe Knauth

Published April 6th 2005
ISBN : 9781558997837
Hardcover
378 pages
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While this book covers a wide range of topics related to solid-state ionics, in particular, it highlights advances in materials for energy and the environment. The book is divided into five parts that emphasize the strong impact of fuel cell andMoreWhile this book covers a wide range of topics related to solid-state ionics, in particular, it highlights advances in materials for energy and the environment. The book is divided into five parts that emphasize the strong impact of fuel cell and battery research in the field. Part I focuses on solid ionic conductors - experiments and theory. Part II is devoted to solid-state ionic devices and is complementary to the papers on cation and anion conductors. Central attention goes to gas permeation membranes, especially for oxygen and hydrogen. Chemical sensors are the focus of Part III. They are important for ecologically responsible development of mankind, given that pollutant emission control requires reliable and fast detection devices. Materials for fuel cells are addressed in Part IV of the book. The largest cluster of contributions falls to Part V - rechargeable lithium batteries. These electrochemical systems have a huge technological impact on mobile phones, laptops and other portable electronic equipment.