ISBN: 9535130145 9535130137 9789535130130 9789535130147
In this book, the results of some outstanding researches on synchrotron-based characterization of nanostructured materials related to energy applications are presented.
Nowadays, nanomaterials are attracting huge attentions not only from a basic research point of view but also for their potential applications. Since finding the structure-property-processing relationships can open new windows in the application of materials, the material characterizations play a crucial role in the research and development of materials science. The increasing demand for energy with the necessity to find alternative renewable and sustainable energy sources leads to the rapid growth in attention to energy materials.
1 Introductory Chapter: Synchrotron-Based X-Ray Characterization of Nanomaterials
2 Nanocrystallization of Metallic Glasses Followed by in situ Nuclear Forward Scattering of Synchrotron Radiation
3 Operando Structural Characterization of the E-ALD Process Ultra-Thin Films Growth
4 X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy Study of Battery Materials
5 Synchrotron Radiation-Based X-Ray Study on Energy Storage Materials
6 Studies of Lithium-Oxygen Battery Electrodes by Energy- Dependent Full-Field Transmission Soft X-Ray Microscopy
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