Timeline on the application of intercalation materials in Capacitive Deionization

Volume: 455, Pages: 115 - 134
Published: Apr 1, 2019
Abstract
Capacitive deionization is a water desalination technology in which ions are stored in electrodes in an electrochemical cell construction, connected to an external circuit, to remove ions present in water from various sources. Conventionally, carbon has been the choice of material for the electrodes due to its low cost, low contact resistance and high specific surface area, electronic conductivity, and ion mobility within pores. The ions in the...
Paper Details
Title
Timeline on the application of intercalation materials in Capacitive Deionization
Published Date
Apr 1, 2019
Volume
455
Pages
115 - 134
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