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1Lecture 01 : Fundamentals of electrochemistry, definition of primary and secondary batteriesDownload
2Lecture 02 : Primary batteries and Secondary batteriesDownload
3Lecture 03 : SupercapacitorsDownload
4Lecture 04 : Concepts of thermodynamics pertinent to electrochemical cellsDownload
5Lecture 05 : Kinetics of electrochemical cells and structural characteristics of electrodesDownload
6Lecture 06 : Introduction to EMF, redox potential, Faraday law and Nernst’s lawDownload
7Lecture 07 : Terminology related to secondary battery : half–cell,full–cell, redox couple,positiveDownload
8Lecture 08 : Measurements: Cyclic voltammetry, nominal voltage, capacity, rate performanceDownload
9Lecture 09 : Impedance spectroscopy measurement and analysesDownload
10Lecture 10 : Measurement of rechargeable cell: Case studyDownload
11Lecture 11 : History and categories of lithium batteriesDownload
12Lecture 12 : Operational mechanisms for lithium batteries: Intercalation materials, alloysDownload
13Lecture 13 : Differences of voltage profiles between intercalation materials, alloys, and conversionDownload
14Lecture 14 : Properties of electrode materials (Case study: alloy as anode)Download
15Lecture 15 : Properties of electrode materials (conversion type oxide as case study)Download
16Lecture 16 :Positive electrodes: Lithiated transition metal oxides, lithiated iron oxyphosphates etcDownload
17Lecture 17: Negative electrodes: Carbonaceous materials, lithium titanium oxides etc.Download
18Lecture 18 : Electrolyte :Liquid Electrolyte, Polymer ElectrolyteDownload
19Lecture 19 : Current Collector, Conductive Agents, Separator and Other AccessoriesDownload
20Lecture 20 : Novel materials for lithium ion rechargeable cellsDownload
21Lecture 21 : Principle of Operation of Commerical Cells : viz. C - NMC, C - NCA etc.Download
22Lecture 22: Principle of operation of commercial cellsDownload
23Lecture 23: Major characteristics of commercial Li ion cells: Cell performance,degradation phenomenaDownload
24Lecture 24: Fabrication of Li ion cell: Cylindrical configurationDownload
25Lecture 25: Fabrication of Li ion cell: Pouch and prismatic cellDownload
26Lecture 26 : Positive electrodes: Layered oxide, polyanionic compounds (phosphates, sulphates etc),Download
27Lecture 27 : Negative electrodes: Carbonaceous materials, alloy based and other materialsDownload
28Lecture 28 : Electrolytes: Roles and requirements, organic electrolyte, ionic liquid electrolyte,Download
29Lecture 29 : Performance of Na ion rechargeable cellDownload
30Lecture 30 : Future perspective of Na ion cellsDownload
31Lecture 31 : Introduction to battery module, BMS, thermal management and pack designDownload
32Lecture 32 : Degradation and safety issues of Li ion rechargeable cellsDownload
33Lecture 33 :Introduction to battery management system: BMS topologies, hardware, concept of active..Download
34Lecture 34 : Introduction to thermal management: Active thermal management system, passive thermal..Download
35Lecture 35 : Packaging of battery pack and battery testing: Material selection, sealing of enclosureDownload
36Lecture 36 : Classification of supercapacitors: EDLC and pseudocapacitative typeDownload
37Lecture 37 : PseudocapacitorDownload
38Lecture 38 : Asymmetric supercapacitor and BATCAP: Battery supercapacitor hybrid electrochemicalDownload
39Lecture 39 : Electrolytes for supercapacitors: Aqueous/organic liquid electrolytes/ionic liquidDownload
40Lecture 40 : Current collectors, separators etc. and their effect on performanceDownload
41Lecture 41 : Operational principles of aqueous and Li – O2 batteriesDownload
42Lecture 42 : Electrolytes for Li – O2 batteriesDownload
43Lecture 43 : Limitations of Li – Air batteriesDownload
44Lecture 44 : State of the art Li – Air batteries : Carbonaceous materialsDownload
45Lecture 45 : State of the art Li – Air batteries: Case studyDownload
46Lecture 46 : The element sulfur, principle of operationDownload
47Lecture 47 : Advantages and disadvantages of Li – S batteries, positive electrodesDownload
48Lecture 48 : Electrolyte and negative electrode for Li – S batteryDownload
49Lecture 49 : State of the art Li – S batteries : Case study - IDownload
50Lecture 50 : State of the art Li – S batteries : Case study - IIDownload
51Lecture 51 : Global Geographic Distribution of Raw Lithium ResourcesDownload
52Lecture 52 : Nature and geological origin of all potential lithium resourcesDownload
53Lecture 53 : State of the art extraction techniques and known production reservesDownload
54Lecture 54 : Recycling of lithium and other battery constituents from used batteryDownload
55Lecture 55 : Recycling of lithium and other battery constituents from used battery(Contd.)Download
56Lecture 56 : Lead Acid Batteries: Operational principles, main characteristics and applications ..Download
57L 57 : Lead Acid Batteries: Operational principles, main characteristics and applications....Download
58L 58 : Ni – Cd and Ni – MeH Batteries: Operational principles, main characteristics and applicationsDownload
59L 59 : Redox flow battery vanadium redox battery,operational principle, and main characteristicsDownload
60L 60 : Other Redox Flow Battery TechnologiesDownload

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1Lecture 01 : Fundamentals of electrochemistry, definition of primary and secondary batteriesDownload
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2Lecture 02 : Primary batteries and Secondary batteriesDownload
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3Lecture 03 : SupercapacitorsDownload
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4Lecture 04 : Concepts of thermodynamics pertinent to electrochemical cellsDownload
Verified
5Lecture 05 : Kinetics of electrochemical cells and structural characteristics of electrodesPDF unavailable
6Lecture 06 : Introduction to EMF, redox potential, Faraday law and Nernst’s lawPDF unavailable
7Lecture 07 : Terminology related to secondary battery : half–cell,full–cell, redox couple,positivePDF unavailable
8Lecture 08 : Measurements: Cyclic voltammetry, nominal voltage, capacity, rate performancePDF unavailable
9Lecture 09 : Impedance spectroscopy measurement and analysesPDF unavailable
10Lecture 10 : Measurement of rechargeable cell: Case studyPDF unavailable
11Lecture 11 : History and categories of lithium batteriesPDF unavailable
12Lecture 12 : Operational mechanisms for lithium batteries: Intercalation materials, alloysPDF unavailable
13Lecture 13 : Differences of voltage profiles between intercalation materials, alloys, and conversionPDF unavailable
14Lecture 14 : Properties of electrode materials (Case study: alloy as anode)PDF unavailable
15Lecture 15 : Properties of electrode materials (conversion type oxide as case study)PDF unavailable
16Lecture 16 :Positive electrodes: Lithiated transition metal oxides, lithiated iron oxyphosphates etcPDF unavailable
17Lecture 17: Negative electrodes: Carbonaceous materials, lithium titanium oxides etc.PDF unavailable
18Lecture 18 : Electrolyte :Liquid Electrolyte, Polymer ElectrolytePDF unavailable
19Lecture 19 : Current Collector, Conductive Agents, Separator and Other AccessoriesPDF unavailable
20Lecture 20 : Novel materials for lithium ion rechargeable cellsPDF unavailable
21Lecture 21 : Principle of Operation of Commerical Cells : viz. C - NMC, C - NCA etc.PDF unavailable
22Lecture 22: Principle of operation of commercial cellsPDF unavailable
23Lecture 23: Major characteristics of commercial Li ion cells: Cell performance,degradation phenomenaPDF unavailable
24Lecture 24: Fabrication of Li ion cell: Cylindrical configurationPDF unavailable
25Lecture 25: Fabrication of Li ion cell: Pouch and prismatic cellPDF unavailable
26Lecture 26 : Positive electrodes: Layered oxide, polyanionic compounds (phosphates, sulphates etc),PDF unavailable
27Lecture 27 : Negative electrodes: Carbonaceous materials, alloy based and other materialsPDF unavailable
28Lecture 28 : Electrolytes: Roles and requirements, organic electrolyte, ionic liquid electrolyte,PDF unavailable
29Lecture 29 : Performance of Na ion rechargeable cellPDF unavailable
30Lecture 30 : Future perspective of Na ion cellsPDF unavailable
31Lecture 31 : Introduction to battery module, BMS, thermal management and pack designPDF unavailable
32Lecture 32 : Degradation and safety issues of Li ion rechargeable cellsPDF unavailable
33Lecture 33 :Introduction to battery management system: BMS topologies, hardware, concept of active..PDF unavailable
34Lecture 34 : Introduction to thermal management: Active thermal management system, passive thermal..PDF unavailable
35Lecture 35 : Packaging of battery pack and battery testing: Material selection, sealing of enclosurePDF unavailable
36Lecture 36 : Classification of supercapacitors: EDLC and pseudocapacitative typePDF unavailable
37Lecture 37 : PseudocapacitorPDF unavailable
38Lecture 38 : Asymmetric supercapacitor and BATCAP: Battery supercapacitor hybrid electrochemicalPDF unavailable
39Lecture 39 : Electrolytes for supercapacitors: Aqueous/organic liquid electrolytes/ionic liquidPDF unavailable
40Lecture 40 : Current collectors, separators etc. and their effect on performancePDF unavailable
41Lecture 41 : Operational principles of aqueous and Li – O2 batteriesPDF unavailable
42Lecture 42 : Electrolytes for Li – O2 batteriesPDF unavailable
43Lecture 43 : Limitations of Li – Air batteriesPDF unavailable
44Lecture 44 : State of the art Li – Air batteries : Carbonaceous materialsPDF unavailable
45Lecture 45 : State of the art Li – Air batteries: Case studyPDF unavailable
46Lecture 46 : The element sulfur, principle of operationPDF unavailable
47Lecture 47 : Advantages and disadvantages of Li – S batteries, positive electrodesPDF unavailable
48Lecture 48 : Electrolyte and negative electrode for Li – S batteryPDF unavailable
49Lecture 49 : State of the art Li – S batteries : Case study - IPDF unavailable
50Lecture 50 : State of the art Li – S batteries : Case study - IIPDF unavailable
51Lecture 51 : Global Geographic Distribution of Raw Lithium ResourcesPDF unavailable
52Lecture 52 : Nature and geological origin of all potential lithium resourcesPDF unavailable
53Lecture 53 : State of the art extraction techniques and known production reservesPDF unavailable
54Lecture 54 : Recycling of lithium and other battery constituents from used batteryPDF unavailable
55Lecture 55 : Recycling of lithium and other battery constituents from used battery(Contd.)PDF unavailable
56Lecture 56 : Lead Acid Batteries: Operational principles, main characteristics and applications ..PDF unavailable
57L 57 : Lead Acid Batteries: Operational principles, main characteristics and applications....PDF unavailable
58L 58 : Ni – Cd and Ni – MeH Batteries: Operational principles, main characteristics and applicationsPDF unavailable
59L 59 : Redox flow battery vanadium redox battery,operational principle, and main characteristicsPDF unavailable
60L 60 : Other Redox Flow Battery TechnologiesPDF unavailable


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