Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2015. – 224 p. – ISBN-10: 3662457431This comprehensive book covers flexible fiber-shaped devices in the area of energy conversion and storage. The first part of the book introduces recently developed materials, particularly, various nanomaterials and composite materials based on nanostructured carbon such as carbon nanotubes and graphene, metals and polymers for the construction of fiber electrodes. The second part of the book focuses on two typical twisted and coaxial architectures of fiber-shaped devices for energy conversion and storage. The emphasis is placed on dye-sensitized solar cells, polymer solar cells, lithium-ion batteries, electrochemical capacitors and integrated devices. The future development and challenges of these novel and promising fiber-shaped devices are summarized in the final part. This book is the first to introduce fiber-shaped electronic devices, which offer many fascinating advantages compared with the conventional planar structure. It is particularly designed to review the state-of-art developments in fiber-shaped devices for energy conversion and storage. The book will provide a valuable resource for researchers and students working in a wide variety of fields such as advanced materials, new energy, electrochemistry, applied physics, nanoscience and nanotechnology, and polymer science and engineering. Contents Introduction Electrically Conducting Fiber Fiber-Shaped Dye-Sensitized Solar Cell Fiber-Shaped Polymer Solar Cell Fiber-Shaped Perovskite Solar Cell Fiber-Shaped Supercapacitor Fiber-Shaped Lithium Ion Battery Fiber-Shaped Integrated Device Energy Textiles Summary and Outlook
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