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1Lecture 1: Introduction and relevance of the courseDownload
2Lecture 2: Energy sourcesDownload
3Lecture 3 : Solar RadiationDownload
4Lecture 4: Solar Photovoltaic SystemsDownload
5Lecture 5 : Origin of Band Structure and Energy Band GapDownload
6Lecture 6 : Basics of SemiconductorsDownload
7Lecture 7 : Construction of Solar CellsDownload
8Lecture 8 : Characterization of Solar Cells and Future DirectionDownload
9Lecture 9 : Solar HeatersDownload
10Lecture 10 : Introduction to Wind EnergyDownload
11Lecture 11 : Continuity Equation and its applicationsDownload
12Lecture 12 : Betz Criteria for extracting wind powerDownload
13Lecture 13: Wind turbines and their operationDownload
14Lecture 14: Materials Aspects and future directionDownload
15Lecture 15: Introduction to Hydroelectric PowerDownload
16Lecture 16: Hydroelectric Power Station and TurbinesDownload
17Lecture 17: Wave power and convertersDownload
18Lecture 18: Introduction to Tidal PowerDownload
19Lecture 19 : Tidal Power and Geothermal EnergyDownload
20Lecture 20 : Introduction to Energy Storage SystemsDownload
21Lecture 21: Thermal Energy StorageDownload
22Lecture 22: Basics of Mechanical Energy StorageDownload
23Lecture 23: Pumped Hydroelectric to Flywheels (Mechanical Energy Storage Systems)Download
24Lecture 24 : Introduction to Li-ion batteryDownload
25Lecture 25 : Characteristics and Parameters of Li-ion batteriesDownload
26Lecture 26 : Cathode Materials for Li-ion batteriesDownload
27Lecture 27 : Anode Materials for Li-ion batteriesDownload
28Lecture 28 : Electrolytes and Separators for Li-batteriesDownload
29Lecture 29: From battery to supercapacitorsDownload
30Lecture 30: Construction, development and classification of SupercapacitorsDownload
31Lecture 31: Electric double layer capacitors (EDLCs)Download
32Lecture 32: PseudocapacitorsDownload
33Lecture 33 : Electrochemical Techniques for Supercapacitors and BatteriesDownload
34Lecture 34: From material to a supercapacitor deviceDownload
35Lecture 35: Effect of temperature on supercapacitor performanceDownload
36Lecture 36: Effect of external magnetic field and frequency on supercapacitorsDownload
37Lecture 37 : Introduction to Fuel CellsDownload
38Lecture 38 : Explanation of Fuel cell systemsDownload
39Lecture 39 : Microbial Fuel CellsDownload
40Lecture 40: Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials for Energy ApplicationsDownload
41Lecture 41: Synthesis of nanomaterialsDownload
42Lecture 42: Carbon- and metal-oxide based nanomaterialsDownload
43Lecture 43: NanocatalystsDownload
44Lecture 44: Characterization techniques for solid materialsDownload
45Lecture 45: X-ray diffraction methodDownload
46Lecture 46: UV-Visible SpectroscopyDownload
47Lecture 47: Fourier Transform Infrared SpectroscopyDownload
48Lecture 48: SEM, TEM and XPSDownload
49Lecture 49: Particle size and zeta potential analysisDownload
50BET analysisDownload
51Lecture 51: Electrochemical Impedance SpectroscopyDownload

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1Lecture 1: Introduction and relevance of the courseDownload
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2Lecture 2: Energy sourcesDownload
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3Lecture 3 : Solar RadiationDownload
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4Lecture 4: Solar Photovoltaic SystemsDownload
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5Lecture 5 : Origin of Band Structure and Energy Band GapDownload
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6Lecture 6 : Basics of SemiconductorsDownload
Verified
7Lecture 7 : Construction of Solar CellsDownload
Verified
8Lecture 8 : Characterization of Solar Cells and Future DirectionDownload
Verified
9Lecture 9 : Solar HeatersDownload
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10Lecture 10 : Introduction to Wind EnergyDownload
Verified
11Lecture 11 : Continuity Equation and its applicationsDownload
Verified
12Lecture 12 : Betz Criteria for extracting wind powerDownload
Verified
13Lecture 13: Wind turbines and their operationDownload
Verified
14Lecture 14: Materials Aspects and future directionDownload
Verified
15Lecture 15: Introduction to Hydroelectric PowerDownload
Verified
16Lecture 16: Hydroelectric Power Station and TurbinesDownload
Verified
17Lecture 17: Wave power and convertersDownload
Verified
18Lecture 18: Introduction to Tidal PowerDownload
Verified
19Lecture 19 : Tidal Power and Geothermal EnergyDownload
Verified
20Lecture 20 : Introduction to Energy Storage SystemsDownload
Verified
21Lecture 21: Thermal Energy StorageDownload
Verified
22Lecture 22: Basics of Mechanical Energy StorageDownload
Verified
23Lecture 23: Pumped Hydroelectric to Flywheels (Mechanical Energy Storage Systems)Download
Verified
24Lecture 24 : Introduction to Li-ion batteryDownload
Verified
25Lecture 25 : Characteristics and Parameters of Li-ion batteriesDownload
Verified
26Lecture 26 : Cathode Materials for Li-ion batteriesDownload
Verified
27Lecture 27 : Anode Materials for Li-ion batteriesDownload
Verified
28Lecture 28 : Electrolytes and Separators for Li-batteriesDownload
Verified
29Lecture 29: From battery to supercapacitorsDownload
Verified
30Lecture 30: Construction, development and classification of SupercapacitorsDownload
Verified
31Lecture 31: Electric double layer capacitors (EDLCs)Download
Verified
32Lecture 32: PseudocapacitorsDownload
Verified
33Lecture 33 : Electrochemical Techniques for Supercapacitors and BatteriesDownload
Verified
34Lecture 34: From material to a supercapacitor deviceDownload
Verified
35Lecture 35: Effect of temperature on supercapacitor performanceDownload
Verified
36Lecture 36: Effect of external magnetic field and frequency on supercapacitorsDownload
Verified
37Lecture 37 : Introduction to Fuel CellsDownload
Verified
38Lecture 38 : Explanation of Fuel cell systemsDownload
Verified
39Lecture 39 : Microbial Fuel CellsDownload
Verified
40Lecture 40: Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials for Energy ApplicationsDownload
Verified
41Lecture 41: Synthesis of nanomaterialsDownload
Verified
42Lecture 42: Carbon- and metal-oxide based nanomaterialsDownload
Verified
43Lecture 43: NanocatalystsDownload
Verified
44Lecture 44: Characterization techniques for solid materialsDownload
Verified
45Lecture 45: X-ray diffraction methodDownload
Verified
46Lecture 46: UV-Visible SpectroscopyDownload
Verified
47Lecture 47: Fourier Transform Infrared SpectroscopyDownload
Verified
48Lecture 48: SEM, TEM and XPSDownload
Verified
49Lecture 49: Particle size and zeta potential analysisDownload
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50BET analysisPDF unavailable
51Lecture 51: Electrochemical Impedance SpectroscopyPDF unavailable


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