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Metal Organic Frameworks and Their Derivatives for Energy Conversion and Storage
1st Edition - January 19, 2024
Editor: Cao Guan
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Metal Organic Frameworks and Their Derivatives for Energy Conversion and Storage comprehensively covers the updated design and synthesis of metal organic frameworks (MOFs) and… Read more
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Metal Organic Frameworks and Their Derivatives for Energy Conversion and Storage comprehensively covers the updated design and synthesis of metal organic frameworks (MOFs) and their derived materials, also including their applications in electrochemical energy conversion and storage. The book starts with a systematic description of the rational structure design and facile fabrication methods of MOF-based materials and various MOF derivatives and then includes examples of MOFs and MOF-derived materials used for solar water splitting, electrocatalysis, batteries and supercapacitors are demonstrated. Finally, developing trends, such as integrating MOFs with other smart materials and emerging 3D printing technologies are covered. This book is suitable for a wide readership in material science, chemical science, energy fields, and engineering.
Reviews the current research directions of metal-organic frameworks and their derived materials for electrochemical energy storage and conversion technologies
Discusses synthesis and design strategies of metal-organic framework derived materials
Focuses on the material-structure-property relationship and the impact towards the improved performance of metal-organic framework materials
Materials Scientists and Engineers, Chemists, those in academia & R&D in Energy Science
1. Metal organic frameworks and their derivatives: emerging materials for energy conversion and storage2. Introduction to metal-organic frameworks and their derivatives3. Bimetallic and multi-metallic MOFs and their derivatives4. MOF-derived carbonaceous materials5. MOFs derived metal compound materials6. Nanoarrys of MOFs and their derivatives7. Hollowed MOFs and their derivatives8. Two-dimensional MOFs and their derivatives9. Recent development in MOFs and their derivatives for electrocatalysis and fuel cells10. Recent development in MOFs and their derivatives for solar water splitting11. Recent development in MOFs and their derivatives for battery electrodes12. Recent development in MOFs and their derivatives for supercapacitors13. Recent development in MOFs and their derivatives for separators14. Emerging design and synthetic protocols of MOF and their derivatives 15. Emerging 3D printing of MOFs and their derivatives 16. Summary
No. of pages: 450
Published: January 19, 2024
Paperback ISBN: 9780443188473
Dr. Cao Guan is a Professor and Vice Dean of Frontiers Science Center for Flexible Electronics, Northwestern Polytechnical University. He received his BS Degree from the School of Physics, Wuhan University, China in 2009 and completed his PhD study in the School of Physics and Mathematics Sciences, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore in 2013. He worked as a Research Fellow in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, National University of Singapore from 2014 to 2018. His research focuses on the design of nanostructure materials for flexible energy storage and conversion.
Affiliations and expertise
Institute of Flexible Electronics, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi'an, China Key Laboratory of Flexible Electronics of Zhejiang Province, Ningbo Institute of Northwestern Polytechnical University, Ningbo, China