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Title: Recent Advances in Applied Electrochemistry: A Review
Authors: Yammine, Paolo 
El-Nakat, Hanna
Kassab, Rima 
Mansour, Agapy
El Khoury, Bilal
Koumeir, Diala
Matar, Zeinab
Chmayssem, Ayman
Affiliations: Department of Chemistry 
Department of Chemistry 
Department of Chemistry 
Keywords: Decarbonization
Energy conversion and storage
Environmental sustainability
Issue Date: 2024-06-01
Publisher: MDPI
Part of: Chemistry (Switzerland)
Volume: 6
Issue: 3
Start page: 407
End page: 434
Applied electrochemistry (AE) plays today an important role in a wide range of fields, including energy conversion and storage, processes, environment, (bio)analytical chemistry, and many others. Electrochemical synthesis is now proven as a promising pathway to avoid all disadvantages in terms of high energy consumption and high pollution, while electrochemical modeling becomes a powerful tool to understand complex systems and predict and optimize the electrochemical devices under various conditions, which reduce study time and cost. The vital role of electrochemistry will greatly be considered in the upcoming years, aiming to reduce carbon footprints and supporting the transition towards a green and more sustainable energy framework. This review article summarizes the recent advances in applied electrochemistry. It shows how this field has become an indispensable tool for innovation, progress, problem-solving in the modern world, and addressing societal challenges across diverse fields.
DOI: 10.3390/chemistry6030024
Open URL: Link to full text
Type: Journal Article
Appears in Collections:Department of Chemistry

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