Nanolabs along science experts published a book chapter on Rechargeable Zinc-ion battery
Updated: Nov 16, 2020
Effort paid off as Nanolabs along science experts published a book chapter on Rechargeable Zinc-ion battery
By Carlo Jay C. Corpuz
10:05 PM November 13, 2020
PHILIPPINES - CEO of Nanolabs Doctor Ryan D. Corpuz announced to the public in his status about the recently published book chapter on Manganese dioxide as a high-performance cathode for Rechargeable Zinc Ion Battery. A collaborative effort of various science sectors in his post is also acknowledged.
A blissful day had come for the Nanolabs team for them to at last published their book chapter in the book Metal and Metal Oxides for Energy and Electronics. Their book chapter entitled "Manganese Dioxide (MnO2): A High-Performance Energy Material for Electrochemical Energy Storage Applications" was published at Springer Link last October 6, 2020.
The book chapter that the team had published highlights the development of manganese oxide (MnO2) as cathode material in rechargeable zinc ion batteries (ZIBs). The abstract of the book chapter revolves around the things to consider for the ZIB's consumption.
"Recently, renewed interest in ZIBs has been witnessed due to the demand for economical, safe, and high-performance rechargeable batteries, which is the current limitation of the widely used rechargeable lithium-ion batteries (LIBs). ZIBs, in comparison with LIBs, have a high volumetric capacity and an abundance of raw material. ZIBs is also non-toxic and safe." A small part of the abstract of the paper.
Authors of the book chapter, Ryan D. Corpuz, Lyn Marie De Juan-Corpuz, and Soorathep Kheawhom, put their best for the attainment of the book chapter. Nanolabs CEO Dr. Ryan D. Corpuz mentioned in his post how thankful he was for his professor Soorathep Kheawhom and to the rest of the collaborative effort of the scientific community that helped him in his way.
"Our book chapter on Manganese dioxide as a high-performance cathode for Rechargeable Zinc Ion Battery. Thank you so much, Professor Soorathep Kheawhom!" were his words of delightedness as he soon discovers about the milestone that the company had acquired.
He had mentioned all of the scientific sectors that helped the company to paved the way for the book chapter. He firstly sights the Department of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand, Department of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Santo Tomas Manila, The Philippines, and the Research Unit of Advanced Materials for Energy Storage, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand.
In accessing the book or book chapter, payments are ensured first at hand. Readers are in need to pay EUR 117.69 for the whole book and EUR 24.95 for a single book chapter. Instant download, readable on devices, and own it forever is guaranteed if you purchase it.
Nanolabs is on set again for another acquired accomplishment, as driven soul ignites the science passion within them.