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Westsson, E.E. (author)
The increasing energy demand of the world population in combination with tangible climate change effects stemming from rising carbon dioxide emissions is currently characterizing a large portion of the political and societal debate. Despite huge technological advancement in the field of renewable energy resulting in energy prices lower than that...
doctoral thesis 2019
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Negro, E. (author)
Graphitic materials have attracted a great interest in the field of sustainable energy production and storage because of their excellent electrical, mechanical and chemical properties. This thesis modestly contributes to this global research by investigating new interconnected carbon nanostructures, here called Carbon Nano-Networks (CNNs). The...
doctoral thesis 2014
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Kowlgi, N.K.K. (author)
Self-Assembly has predominantly been nature's unique tool for building remarkable entities. This thesis shows how this versatile tool can be utilised for building devices that are useful to mankind. Starting with advanced fuel cells which produce clean energy in a highly efficient way; continuing on to carbon nano networks which are one of the...
doctoral thesis 2012
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Cheikh, C. (author)
In the first chapter a review is presented of the existing ideas on surfactant dynamics, and irreversible thermodynamics is introduced as a tool of reference for different models. The two examples of lubrication and detergency are used to survey the implications of specific boundary conditions in dissipative processes. The second chapter gives a...
doctoral thesis 2005
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