Roadmap on inorganic perovskites for energy applications

John Irvine, Jennifer L. M. Rupp, Gang Liu, Xiaoxiang Xu, Sossina Haile, Xin Qian, Alem Snyder, Robert Freer, Dursun Ekren, Stephen Skinner, Ozden Celikbilek, Shigang Chen, Shanwen Tao, Tae Ho Shin, Ryan O'Hayre, Jake Huang, Chuancheng Duan, Meagan Papac, Shuangbin Li, Veronica CelorrioAndrea Russell, Brian Hayden, Hugo Nolan, Xiubing Huang, Ge Wang, Ian Metcalfe, Dragos Neagu, Susana Garcia Martín

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Abstract

Inorganic perovskites exhibit many important physical properties such as ferroelectricity, magnetoresistance and superconductivity as well their importance as energy materials. Many of the most important energy materials are inorganic perovskites and find application in batteries, fuel cells, photocatalysts, catalysis, thermoelectrics and solar thermal. In all these applications, perovskite oxides, or their derivatives offer highly competitive performance, often state of the art and so tend to dominate research into energy material. In the following sections, we review these functionalities in turn seeking to facilitate the interchange of ideas between domains. The potential for improvement is explored and we highlight the importance of both detailed modelling and in situ and operando studies in taking these materials forward.

Original languageEnglish
Article number031502
Number of pages50
JournalJournal of Physics: Energy
Volume3
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 22 Jul 2021

Keywords

  • catalysis
  • energy
  • fuel cells
  • perovskites
  • solar fuels
  • thermoelectrics
  • water splitting

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