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This timely book addresses the different components that make up a lithium battery while also providing up-to-date information on advanced characterization techniques, safety issues, and applications. Richly illustrated as an aid to understanding, the book is edited by a team of researchers from both academia and industry, and each chapter is written by a pertinent leading expert in the field.
Beginners and students will benefit from the coverage of such fundamentals as electrochemistry, thermodynamics, transport, and storage. At the same time, those involved in R&D of lithium batteries will find this an invaluable source of information on computational modeling, cathodes, anodes, electrolytes, the electrode/electrolyte interface, cell design, and solid-state batteries. Finally, those working in the lithium-ion battery industry will use this monograph to track development in achieving higher storage capability, rate performances, and reliability.
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Dr. Abbas Nazri is a Staff Research Scientist and Group Leader of the Advanced Batteries program at General Motors R&D Center, where he has worked since 1984. He serves as a consultant to various government research agencies, is an adjunct professor of chemistry at several universities in the USA and has visiting professorships in France. Nazri has published over 100 papers and 12 proceedings volumes on lithium batteries and has edited two text books on materials aspects of advance lithium batteries.
Dr. Palani Balaya is Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Engineering, National University of Singapore. Prior to that (2001-2006) he held a Max Planck Institute Fellowship at the MPI for Solid State Research in Stuttgart.
Dr. Arumugam Manthiram is the BF Goodrich Endowed Professor in Materials Engineering and Jack S. Josey Professor in Energy Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. He is a Fellow of the American Ceramic Society and founder of the start-up company ActaCell. Almost 300 journal articles, 14 book chapters and 5 edited books stand to his name.
Dr. Atsuo Yamada is a Professor in the Department of Chemical System Engineering at the University of Tokyo. Prior to that he was Associate Professor at Tokyo Institute of Technology and also has 10 years experience as a research scientist/battery engineer at Sony. Yamada is Associate Editor of Chemistry Letters and Electrochemistry.
Dr. Yang Yong is Distinguished Professor in the Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University, Director of the State Key Lab for Physical Chemistry of Solid Surfaces (Xiamen Uni), and Acting Director of the Engineering Research Center for Electrochemical Technology, Ministry of Education, China. He is a Fellow of the Chinese Electronics Society and has published around 100 papers in SCI indexed journals.
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