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X-ray Studies on Electrochemical Systems

Synchrotron Methods for Energy Materials

This book is your graduate level entrance into battery, fuel cell and solar cell research at synchrotron x-ray sources. Materials scientists find numerous examples for the combination of electrochemical experiments with simple and with highly complex x-ray scattering and spectroscopy methods. Physicists and chemists can link applied electrochemistry with fundamental concepts of condensed matter physics, physical chemistry and surface science.

Contents:
Introduction
Molecular Structure and Electronic Structure
Crystal Structure and Microstructure
Real Space Imaging and Tomography
Resonant Methods and Chemical Contrast Variation
Surface Sensitive and Volume Sensitive Methods
Organic and Bio-Organic Samples
Complex Case Studies / Electrochemical In Situ Studies
Correlation of Electronic Structure And Conductivity
Radiation Damages
Background Subtraction
X-Ray Physics Nobel Prizes
Synchrotron Centers World
Electromagnetic Spectrum
Kα,Β X-Ray Energies
Periodic Table of Elements

  • Includes investigations of organic materials, bio-electronic interfaces and devices.
  • Covers surface & volume sensitive methods.
  • The first comprehensive treatment for chemical energy storage and conversion devices from the atomic & molecular scale.

Author Information

Artur Braun, Empa, Dübendorf, Switzerland.

Reviews

"After finishing the book a first conclusion I get is that it has given me access to a vast amount of information [..] providing insight in a large variety of energy-related materials with many different experimental techniques. The richness in possibilities is therefore huge."
Gastón García, Crystallography Reviews (2017) /P>

"This is a good book that is indispensable for students and researchers [...]"
Hideto Imai in: Journal of Synchrotron Radiation 25 (2018), 1609-1610

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Audience: Students and researchers in Physics, Chemistry, Materials Science and Electrical Engineering.

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