Meisam Valizadeh Kiamahalleh
Future scope and directions of nanotechnology in creating next-generation supercapacitors
Kiamahalleh, Meisam Valizadeh; Zein, S. H. S.
Dr Sharif Zein S.H.Zein@hull.ac.uk
Director of Postgraduate Research, Chemical Engineering Department
The primary global research scheme of the 21st century is nanotechnology. Looking forward to the future, nanotechnologies’ generalized diffusion will seem to turn them into supplies, generating more space for privileged and superior values of applications such as information technology, nanoenergy, nanobiotechnologies, and nanomaterials.1-5 In general, nanotechnology is the understanding and controlling of the matters of dimensions of approximately 1-100 nm, in which a unique phenomenon facilitates novel applications.2 The application domains covered by nanotechnology are discussed in detail in this chapter.
|Publication Date||Feb 21, 2014|
|Journal||Nanostructured ceramic oxides for supercapacitor applications|
|Peer Reviewed||Not Peer Reviewed|
|Book Title||Nanostructured Ceramic Oxides for Supercapacitor Applications|
|APA6 Citation||Kiamahalleh, M. V., & Zein, S. H. S. (2014). Future scope and directions of nanotechnology in creating next-generation supercapacitors. Nanostructured Ceramic Oxides for Supercapacitor Applications, (153-190 ). Boca Raton, FL, USA: CRC Press. https://doi.org/10.1201/b16522-10|
|Publisher URL||CRC webpage for book at https://www.crcpress.co...bramanian/9781466576902|
Authors accepted manuscript ©2016 University of Hull