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Topics covered in lectures in 2014 are listed below. In some cases, links are given to new lecture notes by student scribes. All scribed lecture notes are used with the permission of the anonymous student author. The recommended reading refers to the lectures notes and exam solutions from previous years or to the books listed below. Lecture notes from previous years are also found in the study materials section.
[Newman] = Newman, John, and Karen E. Thomas-Alyea. Electrochemical Systems. 3rd ed. Wiley-Interscience, 2004. ISBN: 9780471477563. [Preview with Google Books]
[Bard] = Bard, Allen J., and Larry R. Faulkner. Electrochemical Methods: Fundamentals and Applications. 2nd ed. Wiley, 2000. ISBN: 9780471043720.
[O' Hayre] = O' Hayre, Ryan, Suk-Won Cha, et al. Fuel Cell Fundamentals. 2nd ed. Wiley, 2009. ISBN: 9780470258439.
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[Huggins] = Huggins, Robert A. Advanced Batteries: Materials Science Aspects. Springer, 2008. ISBN: 9780387764238. [Preview with Google Books]
|SES #||2014 TOPICS AND LECTURE NOTES||2014 READINGS|
|2||Basic Physics of Galvanic Cells, Electrochemical Energy Conversion (PDF)|
[Newman] Chapter 1.
[O'Hayre] Chapter 2.
|3||Electrochemical Energy Storage (PDF)|
[Huggins] Chapter 1.
|II. Circuit Models|
|4||Equivalent Circuit Dynamics||2011 Lecture 4: Dynamics of Equivalent Circuits (PDF)|
[Bard] Chapter 10.
[O'Hayre] Chapter 7, sec. 3.4.
|6||Impedance II||2011 Lecture 6: Impedance of Electrode (PDF)|
|8||Statistical Thermodynamics, Regular Solution Model||2011 Lecture 7: Statistical Thermodynamics (PDF)|
|9||Nernst Equation, Open Circuit Voltage|
[Newman] Chapter 2.
|10||Fuel Cells and Batteries|
[O'Hayre] Chapter 2.
|11||Pourbaix Diagram (PDF)|
Prentice, Geoffrey A. Chapter 3 in Electrochemical Engineering Principles. Prentice Hall, 1990. ISBN: 9780132490382.
|12||Metal Acid Batteries, Lemon Battery Demo (PDF)|
|13||Li-ion Batteries, Pseudocapacitance (PDF - 1.3MB)|
[Huggins] Chapters 2 and 6.
|14||Ideal Solution Model, Linear Sweep Voltammetry (PDF)|
[Huggins] Chapters 3 and 6.
|15||Regular Solution Model, Phase Separation||2011 Lecture 11: Reconstitution Electrodes (PDF)|
|16||Reactions in Concentrated Solutions|
Bazant, M. Z. 'Theory of Chemical Kinetics and Charge Transfer Based on Nonequilibrium Thermodynamics.' Accounts of Chemical Research 46, no. 5 (2013): 1146–47.
Bazant, M. Z. 'Theory of Chemical Kinetics and Charge Transfer Based on Nonequilibrium Thermodynamics.' Accounts of Chemical Research 46, no. 5 (2013): 1148–49.
[O'Hayre] Chapter 3.
[Newman] Chapter 8.
[Bard] Chapter 3.
Bazant, M. Z. 'Theory of Chemical Kinetics and Charge Transfer Based on Nonequilibrium Thermodynamics.' Accounts of Chemical Research 46, no. 5 (2013): 1155–57.
|20-21||Electrochemical Phase Transformations (PDF - 1.5MB)||Bai, P., D. A. Cogswell, et al. 'Suppression of Phase Separation in LiFePO4 Nanoparticles During Battery Discharge.' Nano Letters 11, no. 11 (2011): 4890–96.|
|22||Homogeneous Charge Transfer (PDF)||[Bard] Chapter 3, sec. 6.|
|23||Heterogeneous Charge Transfer (PDF)|
Bazant, M. Z. 'Theory of Chemical Kinetics and Charge Transfer Based on Nonequilibrium Thermodynamics.' Accounts of Chemical Research 46, no. 5 (2013): 1149–50.
|24||Charge Transfer at Metal Electrodes (PDF)|
Bai, P., and M. Z. Bazant. 'Charge Transfer Kinetics at the Solid/Solid Interface in Porous Electrodes.' Nature Communications 5, no. 3585 (2014).
Zeng, Y., R. Smith, P. Bai, and M.Z. Bazant. 'Simple Formula for Marcus-Hush-Chidsey Kinetics.' J. Electroanal. Chem. 735(2014): 77-83.
|V. Transport Phenomena|
[O'Hayre] Chapter 5.2.
[Bard] Chapters 7 and 8.
[Bard] Chapter 10.
|28||Forced Convection I (PDF)|
[O'Hayre] Chapter 5.3.
[Newman] Chapter 17.
Deen, William M. Analysis of Transport Phenomena. Oxford University Press, 1998. ISBN: 9780195084948.
Braff, W. A., C. R. Buie, et al. 'Boundary Layer Analysis of Electrochemical Cells.' Journal of the Electrochemical Society 160, no. 11 (2013): A2056–63.
|29||Forced Convection II (PDF)||Braff, W. A., C. R. Buie, et al. 'Boundary Layer Analysis of Electrochemical Cells.' Journal of the Electrochemical Society 160, no. 11 (2013): A2056–63.|
|30||Forced Convection III||2011 Lecture 18: Forced Convection in Fuel Cells II (PDF)|
|31||Transport in Solids|
Bazant, M. Z. 'Theory of Chemical Kinetics and Charge Transfer Based on Nonequilibrium Thermodynamics.' Accounts of Chemical Research 46, no. 5 (2013): 1147.
|32||Concentrated Solutions, Bulk Electrolytes|
[Newman] Chapter 11.
|33||Homogeneous Reaction-diffusion (PDF)|
|34||Ion Concentration Polarization|
[Newman] Chapter 11.
[Newman] Chapter 4.
|35||Double Layers, Supercapacitors|
[Newman] Chapter 7.
|36||Transport in Porous Media|
|37||Scaling Analysis of Energy Storage||2012 Lecture 36–37: Scaling Analysis of Energy Storage by Porous Electrodes (PDF)|
|38||Porous Electrodes (Overview)|
[Newman] Chapter 22.
Ferguson, T. R., and M. Z. Bazant. 'Nonequilibrium Thermodynamics of Porous Electrodes.' Journal Electrochemical Society 159, no. 12 (2012): A1967–A1985.
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