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- Photopolymer Electrolytes for Sustainable, Upscalable, Safe, and Ambient-Temperature Sodium-Ion Secondary Batteries
Dr. Federico Bella, Francesca Colò, Dr. Jijeesh R. Nair and Prof. Dr. Claudio Gerbaldi
Article first published online: 6 OCT 2015 | DOI: 10.1002/cssc.201500873
Shine a light on an electrolyte: The first example of a photopolymer for use as electrolyte in sodium-ion batteries is proposed. Photopolymerization is an easy and scalable technique useful for the preparation of large-scale grid storage systems. The resulting polymer exhibits high thermal stability, low glass transition temperature, outstanding ionic conductivity, and wide electrochemical stability window. Assembled lab-scale quasi-solid sodium polymer batteries are characterized.
- Mechanistic Insight into a Sugar-Accelerated Tin-Catalyzed Cascade Synthesis of α-Hydroxy-γ-butyrolactone from Formaldehyde
Dr. Sho Yamaguchi, Takeaki Matsuo, Dr. Ken Motokura, Dr. Yasuharu Sakamoto, Dr. Akimitsu Miyaji and Prof. Toshihide Baba
Article first published online: 6 OCT 2015 | DOI: 10.1002/cssc.201500885
Glucose powered: The formose reaction, which involves the formation of sugars from formaldehyde, is usually confined to the selective synthesis of unprotected sugars. A homogeneous tin chloride can be used to produce α-hydroxy-γ-butyrolactone (HBL), which is one of the most important intermediates in pharmaceutical syntheses, from paraformaldehyde.
- Molecular Catalyst Immobilized Photocathodes for Water/Proton and Carbon Dioxide Reduction
Dr. Haining Tian
Article first published online: 6 OCT 2015 | DOI: 10.1002/cssc.201500983
Catching rays: Photocathodes in complete tandem photoelectrochemical solar-fuel production devices have been attracting interest. The immobilization of a molecular catalyst onto a photocathode helps to enhance the interfacial electron/hole-transfer process, and molecular catalysts help to improve the selectivity of the reduction reaction. This Review presents recent progress in molecular catalyst immobilized photocathodes for H2 generation and CO2 reduction.
- Progress in Synthesis of Highly Active and Stable Nickel-Based Catalysts for Carbon Dioxide Reforming of Methane
Prof. Sibudjing Kawi, Dr. Yasotha Kathiraser, Dr. Jun Ni, Dr. Usman Oemar, Dr. Ziwei Li and Dr. Eng Toon Saw
Article first published online: 6 OCT 2015 | DOI: 10.1002/cssc.201500390
New from old: Salient catalyst features and innovative design strategies for nickel-based catalysts to achieve high stability and coke resistance for CO2 (dry) reforming of methane is reviewed and developments from recent years are discussed with examples.
- Solar Thermochemical Energy Storage Through Carbonation Cycles of SrCO3/SrO Supported on SrZrO3
Nathan R. Rhodes, Dr. Amey Barde, Kelvin Randhir, Dr. Like Li, Dr. David W. Hahn, Dr. Renwei Mei, Dr. James F. Klausner and Dr. Nick AuYeung
Article first published online: 5 OCT 2015 | DOI: 10.1002/cssc.201501023
Sun off, storage on: A thermochemical energy storage (TCES) system based on a SrO/SrCO3 carbonation cycle is investigated. The SrCO3/SrO systems supported by zirconia-based sintering inhibitors exhibit energy density exceeding 1500 MJ m−3 for ten cycles at temperatures not previously approached by other TCES systems. The high-temperature nature of this TCES concept could potentially power a solar-driven combined cycle power plant at times of no solar input.