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Braun, Artur

X-ray Studies on Electrochemical Systems

Synchrotron Methods for Energy Materials

Series:De Gruyter Textbook

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    Publication Date:
    April 2017
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    • 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.

    Aims and Scope

    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.

    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


    xviii, 474 pages
    Type of Publication:
    Professional Book

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    Artur Braun, Empa, Dübendorf, Switzerland.


    "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)

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    • Good to see that the book will be coming soon.

      posted by: Artur Braun on 2016-09-24 12:15 PM (Europe/Berlin)