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In order to make full use of renewable energy, a book summarizing the research trends of redox flow batteries, which are important as secondary batteries for power storage, is now available in a popular edition!

CMC Publishing Co., Ltd.
In order to make full use of renewable energy, a book summarizing the research trends of redox flow batteries, which are important as secondary batteries for power storage, is now available in a popular edition!
“Redox Flow Battery Development Trends (Popular Version)” (Supervised by: Ken Nozaki, Engi Sato) Released on July 4, 2024
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CMC Publishing Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo,
Representative: Kenji Tsuji), which publishes technology and market trend reports related to electronics and chemistry, has published the book “Redox Flow Battery Development Trends (Popular Edition)” (Supervised by: Ken Nozaki, Engi Sato) will be published on July 4, 2024. The list price is 4,290 yen including tax (base price 3,900 yen + tax), and orders are accepted on our EC site and at bookstores nationwide. Please see our website below for details such as the table of contents.
https://www.cmcbooks.co.jp/products/detail.php?product_id=9438 This product is available on our e-book sales site “CMCeBook” https://cmcebook.inperia.co.jp/
We also sell electronic version (DL version).
[Image: https://prtimes.jp/i/117216/158/resize/d117216-158-50b7d1d49036554704-0.jpg &s3=117216-158-585AEE7CF21E313F1AA41bfbf99 282a1-1920×1280.jpg] Supervision: Ken Nozaki, En Sato
Publication date: July 4, 2024
Format: B5 size, 254 pages
ISBN code: 978-4-7813-1773-1
Price (tax included): 4,290 yen
*Popular editions are books that have been published for some time and are available at affordable prices.
List of authors (Affiliations are as of 2017)
Ken Nozaki Former (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology) Masashi Tsushima (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology) Yosuke Masuda, Osaka University Furukawa Battery Co., Ltd. Kanji Sato LE System Co., Ltd. Dong Yongyong Resident Yudenki Kogyo Co., Ltd. Yasushi Katayama, Nobumasa Ohara, Keio University, Shigeyuki Nakai, Galaxy Co., Ltd., Kenzo Galaxy Hanawa, Ltd., Masatoshi Ichikawa, Showa Denko Co., Ltd. Keizo Seki Showa Denko Co., Ltd. Oriji Manabu Showa Denko Co., Ltd. Jun Maruyama (local and German) Osaka Institute of Industrial Science and Technology
Sachio Yoshihara Utsunomiya University
Shinshin Kobayashi Toyobo Co., Ltd.
Tadashi Iino Showa Denko Co., Ltd.
Toshio Shigematsu Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd.
Shunichi Uchiyama Saitama Institute of Technology
Takahiro Suzuki Osaka University
Jun Shiroma (National Institute) National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Yuji Kaneko (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology) Takaaki Tohoku Tohoku University
Kaku Homma Tohoku University
Kenichi Oyanaizu Waseda University
table of contents
[Part I Basics] Chapter 1 What is a redox flow battery? Chapter 2 Domestic and international research trends for redox flow batteries [Part II Elemental technology] Chapter 3 Application of battery separators to redox flow batteries and redox capacitors
Chapter 4 Electrolyte 1 Vanadium electrolyte 2 Titanium/manganese electrolyte 3 Ionic liquid 4 Highly concentrated vanadium electrolyte Chapter 5 Electrode materials 1 High power RFB using VGCF(R)TM electrodes 2 Redox reaction on the surface of porous carbon electrodes 3 Boron-doped diamond electrodes and activated carbon fiber electrodes 4 Carbon electrodes Chapter 6 Bipolar plate Chapter 7 System design 1 Large scale Redox flow (RF) battery 2 Multipurpose redox flow battery 3 Second generation redox flow battery 4 Indirect fuel cell as an application of redox flow battery Chapter 8 Evaluation method 1 Method for measuring SOC of redox flow battery 2 Electrolysis of redox flow battery Continuous measurement of liquid [Part III: Development of new redox flow batteries] Chapter 9: Organic redox flow batteries Chapter 10: Slurry type redox flow batteries/capacitors Chapter 11: Redox flow batteries using redox polymer particles as active materials
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