|Semester of degree program||Semester 1|
|Mode of delivery||Presencecourse|
|Language of instruction||English|
Most important are the basics of electrochemistry, seen in focus for
battery technologies, basics of galvanic cells, battery research and
necessary basics for alternative electrical storage systems.
Students acquire basic biological knowledge which is relevant for the
Basics in Chemistry, Stoichiometry, Mathematics
Basics of inorganic chemistry, fundamentals of electrochemistry basics and electrochemical cells. Galvanic cell basics and reduction potentials. Chemical base operations, mathematical and chemical descriptions. Technology cell parameters as capacitance, voltage, currents, impedances, heat, losses, efficiency, load cycles.
Basics of dry & liquid cells, rechargeable and non rechargeable cell-structures and electrolyte systems.
Overview of converter systems chemical energy directly to electrical energy, battery overview and vehicle specified battery systems.
Basics of electrochemistry, Nernst Law, overpotentials, battery, electrolysis cell, electrochemical potentials, 3-electrode setup, different applications of electrochemistry, corrosion, caluculation of cell potentials, overpotentials, general understanding of batteries
Carl H. Hamann, Andrew Hamnett, Wolf Vielstich: Electrochemistry,
Vladimir S. Bagotsky: Fundamentals of Electrochemistry, John Wiley
& Sons Inc., 2006
Mark E. Orazem, Bernard Tribollet: Electrochemical Impedance
Spectroscopy, John Wiley & Sons Inc., 2008
Bard /Faulkner: Electrochemistry
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Exercises, final exam