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Chemistry and Energy

From Conventional to Renewable

Series: De Gruyter STEM

This book focuses on the processes and materials behind energy technologies. The author details the underlying chemistry of renewable sources, such as biofuels and wind power, as well as the traditionally used coal and gas. Chapters on energy storage technologies and the connection between energy generation and climate change round off this uniquely concise overview of the relationship between chemistry and energy.

  • Explains how chemistry becomes energy.
  • A systematic approach to all major energy sources, from coal and gas to nuclear and "green" technologies.

Author Information

Prof. Dr. Mark Anthony Benvenuto, University of Detroit Mercy, Detroit, USA.
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Audience: Researchers, policymakers and advanced students in chemistry, materials science, engineering, and biology.

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