This book, also based on a workshop, assesses the current state of chemistry and chemical engineering at the interface with novel and existing forms of energy and transportation systems. The book also identifies challenges for the chemical sciences in helping to meet the increased demand for more energy, and opportunities for research in energy technologies and in the development of transportation vehicles.
Table of Contents
|2. Research Opportunities and Challenges in the Energy Sector||13-17|
|3. Fuel Cell Development - Managing the Interfaces||18-22|
|4. Interface Challenges and Opportunities in Energy and Transportation||23-32|
|5. R&D Challenges in the Chemical Sciences to Enable widespread Utilization of Renewable Energy||33-39|
|6. Nano- and Microscale Approaches to energy storage and Corrosion||40-44|
|7. Challenges for the Chemical Sciences in the 21st Century||45-48|
|8. A Renaissance for Nuclear Power?||49-55|
|9. Materials Technologies for Future Vehicles||56-61|
|10. Could Carbon Sequestration Solve the Problem of Global Warming?||62-65|
|11. The Hydrogen Fuel Infrastructure for Fuel Cell Vehicles||66-69|
|12. Opportunities for Catalysis Research in Energy and Transportation||70-75|
|13. Role of 21st Century Chemistry in Transportation and Energy||76-79|
|14. Future Challenges for the Chemical Sciences in Energy and Transportation||80-90|
|Appendix A: Statement of Task||91-93|
|Appendix B: Biographies of the Organizing Committee Members||94-96|
|Appendix C: Workshop Participants||97-99|
|Appendix D: Workshop Agenda||100-103|
|Appendix E: Results from Breakout Sessions||104-111|
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