Advanced Energy Conversion Materials

ISSN: 2717-5804 (Print) 2717-5812 (Online) Description

Advanced Energy Conversion Materials (AECM) is an international multidisciplinary and open access forum for communicating scientific and technological advances on exploring new mechanisms of high-performance materials and devices to achieve higher conversion efficiency, energy storage and better safety and for publishing novel research findings of new materials that can be used to generate clean and renewable energy or to help manage problems from existing energy sources.

Potential topics include but are not limited to the following:

2D and solar photovoltaic materials (organic, inorganic or hybrid materials);

Waste-water purification based on nanomaterials;

Nanosensors based nanomaterials for detection gas, liquid, and etc;

Electrochemical, electrode materials and electrolyte materials;

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Latest Articles

Open Access Article

A Study of Microstructural Models of Li-doped ZnO Ceramic for Piezoelectric Application

by Sunday Ogochukwu Ali, Umaru Ahmadu, Moses Aderemi Olutoye, Oyeleke Olarinoye

ABSTRACT: Structural and microstructural properties of Zn 1-x Li x O (0.00 ≤x≤ 0.50) ceramics were carried out using X-ray Diffraction (XRD) showed that the samples were polycrystalline with hexagonal...

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Environmental and Economic Impact of Employing Solar Chimney and Photovoltaic Cells in Buildings with Various Climates

by Mohammad Hossein Jahangir, Seyed Keyvan Nateghi

ABSTRACT: In this research, Solar Chimney (SC) as a passive system in the building, is used to provide thermal comfort and reduction of energy consumption. The operation of SC will have different effects in...

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Kinetic Description of Propagation of Quasiparticles Fluxes in Solid-state Structure

by M. B. Kerimi

ABSTRACT: Within the framework of the kinetic theory, the interaction of systems of quasiparticles and the exchange of quasiparticles of different types between layers of a plane-parallel solid structure...