Unformatted text preview: You will need to do a bit of independent reading to learn about these devices. Suggested resources: The CRC Handbook for Solid State Electrochemistry is an excellent reference and describes many of these devices. Nanoionic atomic switches are well-described in this interesting, accessible article: T. Hasegawa et al. Nanoionics Switching Devices: "Atomic Switches". MRS Bulletin 34, 12 (2011) p. 929-934. Web resources may also be used. Group A stack of 2 oxygen-ion-conducting fuel cells stack of 2 oxygen-ion-conducting electrolyzer cells oxygen concentration sensor oxygen separation membrane Group B lithium ion battery sodium sulfur battery lithium air battery nickel metal hydride battery Group C nanoionic "atomic switch" Nernst lamp electrochromic "smart window"...
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- Fall '10
- Electrochemistry, lithium ion battery, state electrochemical devices, overall electrochemical reaction