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245 00 Nanostructured materials for next-generation energy 
       storage and conversion :|bfuel cells /|cFan Li, Sajid 
       Bashir, Jingbo Louise Liu, editors. 
246 30 Fuel cells 
264  1 Berlin :|bSpringer,|c[2018] 
264  4 |c©2018 
300    1 online resource (xliv, 556 pages) :|billustrations (some
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
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504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Intro; Preface; Contents; Abbreviations; About the 
       Authors; Contributors; 1 Fuel Cell Technology: Policy, 
       Features, and Applications -- A Mini-review; 1.1 
       Introduction; 1.1.1 President Eisenhower and Energy 
       Policy; 1.1.2 From Analytics to Policy: Department of 
       Energy: History, Challenges, and Possible Future; 1.1.3 
       Current Challenges: Fossil Fuel Technology Improvement 
       Program; 1.1.4 Department of Energy (DOE) Policies in 
       Prior Administrations; 1.1.5 Transition to a Non-carbon 
       Economy: The Issues; 1.1.6 The Potential Pitfalls and 
       Hazards Toward Becoming a Non-carbon Economy. 
505 8  1.1.7 Economic Impacts; 1.1.8 Carbon Dioxide (CO2) 
       Emission Reduction; 1.1.9 Fuel Cell Technology: Policy, 
       Features, and Applications; 1.2 Conclusion; References; 2 
       Concept of Hydrogen Redox Electric Power and Hydrogen 
       Energy Generators; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Theoretical 
       Backgrounds; 2.2.1 ̀̀Zero Power Input́́ Electrostatic 
       Field; 2.2.2 Theoretical Power Requirement of Water 
       Electrolysis; 2.2.3 Direct Electrostatic-to-Chemical 
       Energy Conversion in Water Electrolysis; 2.3 Electrostatic
       -Induction Potential-Superposed Water Electrolysis; 2.3.1 
505 8  2.4 Hydrogen Redox Electric Power and Hydrogen Energy 
       Generators; 2.4.1 Suggested Generators; 2.4.2 Hydrogen 
       Redox Electric Power Generator (HREG); 2.4.3 Hydrogen 
       Redox Hydrogen Energy Generator; 2.5 Theories of the 
       Onboard HREG System for Fuel Cell Vehicles with Infinite 
       Cruising Range; 2.5.1 Outline of the Onboard HREG System; 
       2.5.2 Basic Equations for Infinite Cruising Range; 2.5.3 
       Weight Evaluation of the Onboard HREG System; 2.6 
       Conclusion; References; 3 Evaluation of Cell Performance 
       and Durability for Cathode Catalysts (Platinum Supported 
       on Carbon Blacks or Conducting Ceram ... 
505 8  3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Evaluation of Cell Performance and 
       Durability for Pt/CBs Under the Simulated Operation of 
       both SU/SD Cycles and Load Cycles; 3.2.1 Electrochemical 
       and Raman Spectroscopic Evaluation of Pt/GCB Catalyst 
       Durability for SU/SD Operation; 3.2.2 Investigation of the
       Corrosion of Carbon Supports in Polymer Electrolyte Fuel 
       Cells Using Simulated SU/SD Cycling; 3.2.3 Deleterious 
       Effects of Interim CV on Pt/CB Degradation During SU/SD 
       Cycling; 3.2.4 Durability of Pt/GCB During Gas-Exchange SU
       Operation; 3.2.5 Degradation Mechanisms of CBs Under 
       Hydrogen Passivation SU/SD Process. 
505 8  3.2.6 Load Cycle Durability of a Pt/GCB; 3.3 Synthesis and
       Evaluation of Cell Performance and Durability for Pt 
       Supported on Conducting Ceramic Nanoparticles During Si 
       ... ; 3.3.1 Degradation of Carbon Support and Alternative 
       Support Materials; 3.3.2 Pt Supported on Titanium Nitride 
       (Pt/TiN) and Carbide (Pt/TiC); 3.3.3 Pt Supported on SnO2 
       Catalysts; Synthesis of Pt/SnO2 Catalyst; 
       Evaluation of Pt/SnO2 Catalyst by RDE; Evaluation 
       of Pt/SnO2 CL by MEA; 3.3.4 ̀ÀRSḾ́ Effect of Pt Supported
       on Ta-TiO2 Catalysts; 3.4 Conclusions; References. 
506    Available only to authorized UTEP users. 
520    The energy crisis and pollution have posed significant 
       risks to the environment, transportation, and economy over
       the last century. Thus, green energy becomes one of the 
       critical global technologies and the use of nanomaterials 
       in these technologies is an important and active research 
       area. This book series presents the progress and 
       opportunities in green energy sustainability. Developments
       in nanoscaled electrocatalysts, solid oxide and proton 
       exchange membrane fuel cells, lithium ion batteries, and 
       photovoltaic techniques comprise the area of energy 
       storage and conversion. Developments in carbon dioxide 
       (CO2) capture and hydrogen (H2) storage using tunable 
       structured materials are discussed. Design and 
       characterization of new nanoscaled materials with 
       controllable particle size, structure, shape, porosity and
       band gap to enhance next generation energy systems are 
       also included. The technical topics covered in this series
       are metal organic frameworks, nanoparticles, 
       nanocomposites, proton exchange membrane fuel cell 
       catalysts, solid oxide fuel cell electrode design, 
       trapping of carbon dioxide, and hydrogen gas storage. 
588 0  Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed 
       April 23, 2018). 
650  0 Fuel cells. 
650  0 Nanostructured materials. 
700 1  Li, Fan,|eeditor. 
700 1  Bashir, Sajid,|d1967-|eeditor. 
700 1  Liu, Jingbo Louise,|eeditor. 
776 08 |iPrinted edition:|z9783662563632 
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