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245 00 Nanostructured materials for next-generation energy 
       storage and conversion :|bhydrogen production, storage, 
       and utilization /|cYing-Pin Chen, Sajid Bashir, Jingbo 
       Louise Liu, editors. 
260    Berlin :|bSpringer,|c2017. 
300    1 online resource (xx, 349 pages) :|billustrations (some 
       color) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
347    text file|bPDF|2rda 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Preface; The Carbon Economy: Current Dilemma; 
       Acknowledgment; Author Contributions; References; 
       Contents; List of Contributors; 1 Photocatalytic Hydrogen 
       Evolution; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Fundamental Mechanisms; 
       1.3 Semiconductor Photocatalysts; 1.4 d0 Metal Oxide 
       Photocatalyst; 1.4.1 Group 4 Elements (Ti, Zr)-Based 
       Oxides; 1.4.2 Group 5 Elements (Nb, Ta)-Based Oxides; 
       1.4.3 Group 6 Elements (W, Mo) and Other d0 Elements-Based
       Oxides; 1.4.4 d10 Metal Oxide Photocatalyst; 1.4.5 f0 
       Metal Oxide Photocatalyst; 1.4.6 Nonmetal Oxide 
       Photocatalyst; 1.5 Approaches to Modify Electronic Band 
       Structure. 
505 8  1.5.1 Doping1.5.2 Metal Ion Doping; 1.5.3 Nonmetal Doping;
       1.5.4 Solid Solutions; 1.5.5 Dye Sensitization; 1.5.6 
       Cocatalyst Loading; 1.5.6.1 Noble Metal Cocatalyst; 
       1.5.6.2 Nontransition-Metal Cocatalyst; 1.6 Nanostructure 
       of Semiconductors; 1.6.1 0-D Material; 1.6.2 1-D Material;
       1.6.3 2-D Material; 1.7 Sacrificial Reagents; 1.8 Overall 
       Water Splitting; 1.9 Perovskite-Structure Photocatalyst; 
       1.10 Perovskite Solar Cell; 1.11 Summary and Future 
       Prospects; References; 2 Transition Metal Complexes for 
       Hydrogen Activation; 2.1 Introduction and Background. 
505 8  2.2 Molecular Complexes for Hydrogen Activation2.2.1 
       Hydrogen Activation by Mononuclear Transition Metal 
       Complexes; 2.2.1.1 Homolytic Cleavage of H2; 2.2.1.2 
       Heterolytic Cleavage of H2; 2.2.1.3 Transition Metal 
       Complex as Homogenous Hydrogenation Catalysts; 2.2.2 
       Heterometallic Cluster Complexes for Hydrogen Activation; 
       2.2.2.1 Heterometallic Cluster Complexes for Hydrogen 
       Activation and Homogenous Hydrogenation Catalysis; 2.2.2.2
       Biomimetic Model Complexes for Hydrogen Activation; 2.3 
       Supported Nanoclusters for Hydrogenation Reactions. 
505 8  2.3.1 Transition Metal Cluster Complexes as Precursors for
       Heterogeneous Hydrogenation2.3.2 Heavy Main Group Metal 
       Modified Transition Metal Clusters as Supported Catalysts 
       for Hydrogenation; 2.4 Summary; References; 3 Hydrogen 
       Separation Membranes of Polymeric Materials; 3.1 Overview 
       of Hydrogen Separation Membrane Technology; 3.2 Principles
       of Hydrogen Separation Membrane; 3.2.1 Gas Separation 
       Mechanism; 3.2.2 Gas Separation Mechanism for Polymer 
       Membrane; 3.2.3 Gas Separation Performance Evaluation; 3.3
       Polymer Materials and Membrane Structure. 
505 8  3.3.1 Polymeric Membrane Material for Hydrogen 
       Separation3.3.1.1 Polyimide (PI); 3.3.1.2 
       Polybenzimidazole (PBI); 3.3.2 Hydrogen Separation 
       Membrane Structure; 3.3.2.1 Dense Membrane; 3.3.2.2 Porous
       Membrane; 3.3.2.3 Hybrid Microporous Membrane; Mixed 
       Matrix Membrane; Polymer Intrinsic Microporosity; 3.4 
       Industrial Application of Hydrogen Separation Polymer 
       Membrane; 3.4.1 Current Industrial Development; 3.4.2 
       Membrane Fabrication Technique; 3.4.3 Modules and System 
       Configuration; 3.5 Summary and Next Generation Hydrogen 
       Separation Membrane; References; 4 Hydrogen Storage 
       Technologies. 
506    Available only to authorized UTEP users. 
520    Volume 1 of a 4-volume series is a concise, authoritative 
       and an eminently readable and enjoyable experience related
       to hydrogen production, storage and usage for portable and
       stationary power. Although the major focus is on hydrogen,
       discussion of fossil fuels and nuclear power is also 
       presented where appropriate. This monograph is written by 
       recognized experts in the field, and is both timely and 
       appropriate as this decade will see application of 
       hydrogen as an energy carrier, for example in 
       transportation sector. The world's reliance on fossil 
       fuels is due to the ever growing need for energy to 
       sustain life and on-going progress; however exploitation 
       also brings consequences such as emission of carbon, 
       nitrogen and sulfur dioxides into the atmosphere. The 
       collective influence of these photochemical gases is 
       production of acid rain and an alternation of global 
       temperatures, leading to record high temperatures in many 
       parts of the world. The fossil fuel is unsustainable and 
       thus there is a critical need for alternative sustainable 
       energy resources. One universal energy carrier is hydrogen,
       which is the focus of this volume. This book is suitable 
       for those who work in the energy field as technical 
       experts, including engineers and scientists, as well as 
       managers, policy and decision-makers, environmentalists 
       and consultants. Students and practitioners such as 
       lectures, teachers, legislators and their aids in the 
       field of energy will find this book invaluable and a 
       practical handbook or guide in the field of sustainable 
       energy with emphasis on hydrogen as an energy carrier. 
588 0  Print version record. 
650  0 Hydrogen as fuel. 
650  0 Nanostructured materials. 
700 1  Chen, Ying-Pin. 
700 1  Liu, Jingbo Louise. 
700 1  Bashir, Sajid,|d1967- 
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