Shedding Light on Batteries
Li-ion Batteries Turn to Water Splitting Catalysts
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Sugeun's work on Solid-state reaction heterogeneity during calcination covers Advanced Materials. See March Issue of Advanced Materials.
Junho's work on all 3D printed LIBs with quasi-solid-state electrolyte is now published in Energy Storage Materials, and it is highlighted in media.
Munsoo and Danwon's work on lithium carbonate decomposition in LIBs is now published on Journal of Power Sources.
Non-fluorinated non-solvating cosolvent enabling superior performance of lithium metal negative electrode battery
Junyeob Moon, Dong Ok Kim. et al.
Nature Communications, 2022, 13, 4538
Suppressing High-Current-Induced Phase Separation in Ni-Rich Layered Oxides by Electrochemically Manipulating Dynamic Lithium Distribution
Hyejeong Hyun et al.
Advanced Materials, 2021, 2105337.
Suppressed phonon conduction by geometrically induced evolution of transport characteristics from Brownian motion into Lévy flight
Youngjoon Kim et al.
NPG Asia Materials, 2022, 14, 33.
Redirecting Dynamic Surface Restructuring of a Layered Transition Metal Oxide Catalyst for Superior Water Oxidation
Jian Wang. et al.
Nature Catalysis, 2021, 4, 212-222.
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