The deadline for submitting oral abstracts for Next Generation Materials for Energy Chemistry – Faraday Discussion 176 is approaching fast! Taking place in Xiamen, China from 27-29th October 2014, the meeting will include the following topics:
- Optimized design of energy materials using system integration from atomic, molecular, nano to meso scale
- Design of material systems to optimize the energy enrichment of renewable sources
- How interfacial chemistry takes place in energy-related processes
- New materials and innovations for energy applications
Submit your abstract by 3rd February 2014 for the opportunity to take an active part in the first Faraday Discussion meeting to take place in Asia, and to present your work alongside a host of distinguished speakers.
To mark this meeting, we have made the following articles free to access* for a limited period. These are some of the articles relating to next-generation energy materials that have recently been published in Energy & Environmental Science and Journal of Materials Chemistry A.
Recent advances in solution-processed interfacial materials for efficient and stable polymer solar cells
Hin-Lap Yip and Alex K.-Y. Jen
Chemical transformations of nanomaterials for energy applications
M. Fayette and R. D. Robinson
Liquid-phase chemical hydrogen storage materials
Mahendra Yadav and Qiang Xu
3D carbon based nanostructures for advanced supercapacitors
Hao Jiang, Pooi See Lee and Chunzhong Li
Ti-based compounds as anode materials for Li-based batteries
Guan-Nan Zhu, Yong-Gang Wang and Yong-Yao Xia
Graphene quantum dots: an emerging material for energy-related applications and beyond
Zhipan Zhang, Jing Zhang, Nan Chen and Liangti Qu
Conjugated donor–acceptor (D–A) copolymers in inverted organic solar cells – a combined experimental and modelling study
Venla Manninen, Mika Niskanen, Terttu I. Hukka, Felix Pasker, Simon Claus, Sigurd Höger, Jinseok Baek, Tomokazu Umeyama, Hiroshi Imahori and Helge Lemmetyinen
We hope you enjoy the free content and that you can make it to Next Generation Materials for Energy Chemistry – Faraday Discussion 176!
*Free access to individuals is provided through a RSC Publishing personal account. Registration is quick, free and simple.