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Crabtree R.H. (Ed.) Energy Production and Storage: Inorganic Chemical Strategies for a Warming Worl

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Crabtree R.H. (Ed.) Energy Production and Storage: Inorganic Chemical Strategies for a Warming Worl
John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2010. – 426 p. – ISBN 978-0-470-74986-9
Energy production and storage are central problems for our time and are likely to attract intense public attention during many future decades. One factor will be the gradual decline in world petroleum production, as we pass the moment of peak production at some point in the next few years. The petroleum age is not over, of course, but the era of cheap petroleum does seem to be over. Oil wealth can also be associated with political instability, with unpredictable results on supply. A new factor—the economic rise of Asia and her vast population—can only aggravate the situation. Coal, the fossil fuel with the greatest reserves and with the broadest geographical distribution, may be able to fill any future energy supply gap but only at the cost of environmental damage at the mine and more intense CO2 emissions—coal having the highest CO2 output per
unit of energy produced. Carbon capture and storage is under intense study but its practicality as a low-carbonfootprint means of using coal is still under discussion. Natural gas has been widely acclaimed as the best of the fossil fuels, having the lowest CO2 output per unit of energy produced. Hopes exist that abundant and widely distributed shale gas, previously considered uneconomic, may
become viable with rising energy prices and new production methods.
Energy Production
H2 Production from Renewables
Energy Conversion in Photosynthesis
Molecular Catalysts for Oxygen Production from Water
Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells: an Overview
Enzymes and Microbes for Energy Production by Fuel Cells
Proton Exchange Membranes for Fuel Cells
Methane-to-Methanol Conversion
Photocatalytic Hydrogen Production from Water
Intermediate-Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
Some Computational Challenges in Energy Research
Toward Solar Fuels Using a Biomimetic Approach: Progress in the Swedish Consortium for Artificial Photosynthesis
Direct Ethanol Fuel Cells
Molecular Catalysis for Fuel Cells
Recent Advances in Photo-Initiated Electron-Transfer at the Interface between Anatase TiO2 Nanocrystallites and Transition-Metal Polypyridyl Compounds
Electrochemical and Photoelectrochemical Conversion of CO2 to Alcohols
Energy Storage
Hydrogen Economy
Thermal Stability of Lithium Ion Battery Electrolytes
Supercapacitors: Electrode Materials Aspects
Thermochemical Water-Splitting
Lithium Ion Batteries for Transportation and Electrical Energy Storage Applications: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Studies of Structure and Function
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