Guest Edited Collection on electrochemical interfaces

Communications Chemistry launches a Guest Edited Collection that brings together the latest works on electrochemical interfaces.
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Guest Edited Collection on electrochemical interfaces
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Electrochemical interfaces are complex reaction fields of mass transport and charge transfer. They are the centerpiece of energy storage and conversion devices — such as batteries, supercapacitors, fuel cells, solar cells, or electrolyzers — as well as electrochemical syntheses. Various factors govern electrochemical interfaces, with the space charge layer or electric double layer, the electrochemical stability window, differences in aggregation states, catalytic activity, ionic transference number, ionic and electronic conductivities, and stress such as lattice distortion playing key roles. Characteristics of electrochemical interfaces manifest themselves as interfacial resistance, which plays a major role as a determinant of the charge/discharge performance. Thermodynamics and degradation kinetics of electrochemical interfaces are directly related to long-term stability and cyclability. Unveiling the behavior of electrochemical interfaces from atomistic to macroscopic aspects is of great importance for developing high-performance, highly reliable, and highly safe electrochemical devices and systems.

This Guest Edited Collection brings together the latest works on electrochemical interfaces. We encourage submissions in the fields of

  • mechanistic investigations of electrode interfaces and interfacial processes,
  • advanced characterization methods of electrochemical interfaces,
  • development of electrochemical materials operating at interfaces.

We welcome both fundamental and applied research, and both experimental and computational/theoretical contributions.

The Collection primarily welcomes original research papers, in the form of both full articles and communications, as well as reviews and perspectives on electrochemical interfaces.  All submissions will be subject to the same peer review and editorial processes as regular Communications Chemistry articles.

The team of Editors working on this Collection is:

Editorial Board Member Professor Wei Zhang, Jilin University, China

Guest Editor Dr Takashi Tsuchiya, National Institute for Materials Science, Japan

Guest Editor Professor Andrea Paolella, Università degli Studi di Modena, Italy

Guest Editor Professor Magda Titirici, Imperial College London, UK

Senior Editor Dr Teresa Schauperl, Communications Chemistry, Germany

See more details and read the first publications in this Collection here.

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