Benefits to energy efficiency and environmental impact: general discussion

Toru H. Okabe, Olga Kuzmina, John M. Slattery, Cairong Jiang, Tim Sudmeier, Linpo Yu, Han Wang, Wei Xiao, Liang Xu, Xiangling Yue, Yiyang Kong, Andrew Doherty, Geir Martin Haarberg, Shuqiang Jiao, Qian Xu, Hongmin Zhu, Dihua Wang, Paul Madden, Daniel Cooper, Kathie McGregor, Chaohui Wei, Binjie Hu, Andrew Mount, John Irvine, Ali Kamali, Babak Khalaghi, Xianbo Jin, Yingjun Liu, George Zheng Chen, Xingli Zou, Gang Chen, Ye Liu, Majd Eshtaya, Derek Fray, Yating Yuan
  • Faraday Discussions, January 2016, Royal Society of Chemistry
  • DOI: 10.1039/c6fd90030e

Liquid salts benefits to energy efficiency and environmental impact

What is it about?

Records of Q&As of the "Benefits to energy efficiency and environmental impact" session at Liquid Salts for Energy and Materials - Faraday Discussion, 11-13th May 2016, Ningbo, P. R. China.

Why is it important?

Energy and Materials enabled by processes in molten salts and ionic liquids.

Perspectives

Professor of Electrochemical Technologies George Zheng Chen
University of Nottingham

Benefits to energy and materials from liquid salts research. (I was the Chair of the Scientific Committee of this historical and high profile conference organised by the Royal Society of Chemistry via the Molten Salts Discussion Group and the University of Nottingham Ningbo China. This conference received financial support from Ningbo Association of Science and Technology.

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