Nanomaterials and Composites for Energy Conversion and Storage: Part I
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Co-Guest Editors: Soumendra Basu
Publication Date: August 2021
Keywords: Advanced Materials, Composites, Energy, Energy Conversion and Storage, Nanotechnology
Scope: The emergence of nanostructured and composite materials has resulted in significant advancements in energy conversion and storage, such as fuel cells, photovoltaic cells, batteries, and supercapacitors. The topic scope includes the design and development of low-dimensional nanomaterials; photocatalysts and photoelectrochemical devices for solar fuel production; semiconductors nanomaterials for new-generation solar cells; computational nanomaterial science; and electrode nanomaterials for efficient energy storage systems including batteries and supercapacitors, etc.