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  1. Lithium activity and reactivity: A practical perspective
  2. Lithium inventory tracking as a non-destructive battery evaluation and monitoring method
  3. (Invited) Challenges in Multiscale Modeling of Electrochemical Energy Storage Systems
  4. Effects of Low-Temperature Pre-Cycling on High-Temperature Degradation of Lithium-Ion Cells
  5. Examining Electrochemical and Mechanical Behavior of Amorphous and Crystalline Sulfide-Based Solid-State Electrolytes
  6. Fabricating Lithium Metal Foils with Desired Morphology
  7. Perspective—Lithium Metal Nucleation and Growth on Conductive Substrates: A Multi-Scale Understanding from Atomistic, Nano-, Meso-, to Micro-Scales
  8. (Battery Division Research Award) A New Perspective on Layered Transition Metal Oxides As Cathode Active Materials
  9. Impact of Battery Cell Imbalance on Electric Vehicle Range
  10. Multiphysics Footprint of Li Plating for Li-Ion Battery and Challenges for High-Accuracy Detection
  11. (Invited) Lithium Metal Nucleation and Growth on Conductive Substrates— a Multi-Scale Understanding from Micro, Meso, to Macro-Scales
  12. (Invited) Pressure-Tailored Lithium Deposition and Dissolution in Lithium Metal Batteries
  13. (Digital Presentation) Protective Effects of Lithium Plating on High Temperature Degradation of Lithium-Ion Cells
  14. Formation of Surface Impurities on Lithium–Nickel–Manganese–Cobalt Oxides in the Presence of CO2 and H2O
  15. Status and Gap in Rechargeable Lithium Battery Supply Chain: Importance of Quantitative Failure Analysis
  16. (Invited) Can Fast Charging Rechargeable Lithium Batteries be a Reality?
  17. Quantitative Failure Analysis for Battery Safety
  18. Utilization of AFM for Observing Early-Onset Mechanisms of Lithium-Metal
  19. High-Energy Lateral Mapping (HELM) Studies of Inhomogeneity and Failure Mechanisms in NMC622/Li Pouch Cells
  20. A Novel Framework for Optimizing Ramping Capability of Hybrid Energy Storage Systems
  21. (Invited) Directions of High Energy Batteries and Status of Battery500 Consortium
  22. (Invited) How Well Cathode Materials are Being Used in Rechargeable Li Batteries
  23. Preface—Focus Issue on Battery Safety, Reliability and Mitigation
  24. Cell degradation quantification—a performance metric-based approach
  25. Does Polarization Increase Lead to Capacity Fade?
  26. Lithium-electrolyte solvation and reaction in the electrolyte of a lithium ion battery: A ReaxFF reactive force field study
  27. Lithium Metal Electrode — Understanding Its Unique Characteristics and Functions
  28. (Invited) Extreme Fast Charging of Lithium-Ion Battery: Understanding Bottlenecks and Safety Issues
  29. Pressure Evolution in Constrained Li Metal Pouch Cells
  30. Pathways for practical high-energy long-cycling lithium metal batteries
  31. (Invited) Lithium Plating – Understanding of a Very Complicated Phenomenon
  32. Communication—Implications of Local Current Density Variations on Lithium Plating Affected by Cathode Particle Size
  33. Impacts of lean electrolyte on cycle life for rechargeable Li metal batteries
  34. Effects of External Pressure on the Performance of Lithium Anode Cells
  35. (Invited) High Energy Cell Design: Challenges and Quantitative Characterization of the Role of Lean Electrolyte
  36. (Invited) The Role of Variability in Failure for High Energy and High Power Batteries
  37. Interfacial Stability, Impact on Surface Stabilization and Charge Transfer
  38. Effect of Formation Rates on Performance of Lithium Metal Batteries
  39. The Implications of Fast Charge in Lithium Ion Battery Performance and Life: Cell vs. Pack
  40. Fast charge implications: Pack and cell analysis and comparison
  41. Testing Lithium-Ion Battery with the Internal Reference Electrode: An Insight into the Blocking Effect
  42. Operando lithium plating quantification and early detection of a commercial LiFePO4 cell cycled under dynamic driving schedule
  43. On state-of-charge determination for lithium-ion batteries
  44. Lithium Plating Detection and Quantification in Li-Ion Cells from Degradation Behaviors
  45. (Invited) Study of Lithium-Ion Cell Degradation Behavior Under Multiple Stresses
  46. Battery Reliability, Safety, and Failure Modes and Effects Analysis
  47. Lithium Plating Identification and Quantification in Li-Ion Cell from Degradation Behaviors
  48. Cell-balancing currents in parallel strings of a battery system
  49. Fast charging technique for high power LiFePO4 batteries: A mechanistic analysis of aging
  50. Addressing Reliability and Safety Issues on Battery Systems Via Quantitative Analyses and Validation
  51. Path dependence of lithium ion cells aging under storage conditions
  52. Graphical analysis of electrochemical impedance spectroscopy data in Bode and Nyquist representations
  53. Communication—Electrochemical Power Generation from Culled Papaya Fruits
  54. Overcharge Study in Li4Ti5O12Based Lithium-Ion Pouch Cell
  55. Inline state of health estimation of lithium-ion batteries using state of charge calculation
  56. Mathematical Modeling of Lead-Acid Batteries
  57. Following the Transient Reactions in Lithium–Sulfur Batteries Using an In Situ Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Technique
  58. Practical state of health estimation of power batteries based on Delphi method and grey relational grade analysis
  59. Entropy Coefficient of a Blended Electrode in a Lithium-Ion Cell
  60. Optimal charging method for lithium ion batteries using a universal voltage protocol accommodating aging
  61. Direct Observation of Sulfur Radicals as Reaction Media in Lithium Sulfur Batteries
  62. Evaluation of Commercial Lithium-Ion Cells Based on Composite Positive Electrode for Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) Applications
  63. Overcharge Study in Li4Ti5O12Based Lithium-Ion Pouch Cell
  64. State-of-Charge Determination in Lithium-Ion Battery Packs Based on Two-Point Measurements in Life
  65. Cell degradation in commercial LiFePO4 cells with high-power and high-energy designs
  66. Improved extended Kalman filter for state of charge estimation of battery pack
  67. A review of lithium deposition in lithium-ion and lithium metal secondary batteries
  68. Diagnostics of Li-Ion Commercial Cells - Experimental Case Studies
  69. State-of-charge estimation and uncertainty for lithium-ion battery strings
  70. State of health estimation for lithium ion batteries based on charging curves
  71. Seeking effective dyes for a mediated glucose–air alkaline battery/fuel cell
  72. A novel on-board state-of-charge estimation method for aged Li-ion batteries based on model adaptive extended Kalman filter
  73. SOC estimation for aged lithium-ion batteries using model adaptive extended Kalman filter
  74. Synthesize battery degradation modes via a diagnostic and prognostic model
  75. Evaluation of Commercial Lithium-Ion Cells Based on Composite Positive Electrode for Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle Applications
  76. Mechanistic understanding of monosaccharide-air flow battery electrochemistry
  77. Evaluation of commercial lithium-ion cells based on composite positive electrode for plug-in hybrid electric vehicle applications. Part I: Initial characterizations
  78. Evaluation of commercial lithium-ion cells based on composite positive electrode for plug-in hybrid electric vehicle applications. Part II. Degradation mechanism under 2C cycle aging
  79. Hawaii Energy and Environmental Technologies (HEET) Initiative
  80. Effect of discharge rate on charging a lead-acid battery simulated by mathematical model
  81. Investigation of path dependence in commercial lithium-ion cells chosen for plug-in hybrid vehicle duty cycle protocols
  82. Identifying battery aging mechanisms in large format Li ion cells
  83. Correction
  84. In Situ Characterization of Lithium Ion Battery Materials, Electrodes, and Cells
  85. In Situ Characterizations of Porous Media for Applications in Biofuel Cells
  86. ChemInform Abstract: Electrochemical Aspects of Ionic Solids
  87. Comparison of photovoltaic module performance at Pu'u Wa'a Wa'a
  88. Peukert's Law of a Lead-Acid Battery Simulated by a Mathematical Model
  89. Tackle Hurdles in Battery Technology Emerging in Future Smart Applications
  90. A Roadmap to Understand Battery Performance in Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Operation
  91. Origins and accommodation of cell variations in Li-ion battery pack modeling
  92. Identify capacity fading mechanism in a commercial LiFePO4 cell
  93. Harnessing electric power from monosaccharides—a carbohydrate–air alkaline fuel cell mediated by redox dyes
  94. Enzymatic Biofuel Cells
  95. From single cell model to battery pack simulation for Li-ion batteries
  97. In Situ Characterization Techniques for Design and Evaluation of Micro- and Nano-Enzyme-Catalyzed Power Sources
  98. Standardized Characterization of Electrocatalytic Electrodes
  99. Design of chitosan gel pore structure: towards enzyme catalyzed flow-through electrodes
  100. Sustainable current generation from the ammonia–polypyrrole interaction
  101. From Li-ion single cell model to battery pack simulation
  102. In situ transient study of polymer film growth via simultaneous correlation of charge, mass, and ellipsometric measurements
  103. A Promising Reconstitution Platform for PQQ-Dependent Apo-Enzymes in Chitosan–Carbon Nanotube Matrices
  104. Development of a universal modeling tool for rechargeable lithium batteries
  105. Capacity loss in rechargeable lithium cells during cycle life testing: The importance of determining state-of-charge
  106. A roadmap to understand battery performance in electric and hybrid vehicle operation
  107. From driving cycle analysis to understanding battery performance in real-life electric hybrid vehicle operation
  108. Hawaii Energy and Environmental Technologies (HEET) Initiative
  109. Characterization of 109Ah Ni–MH batteries charging with hydrogen sensing termination
  110. Enzyme-based biofuel cells
  111. Capacity and power fading mechanism identification from a commercial cell evaluation
  112. Preface for the IBA-HBC 2006
  113. Battery management and life prediction
  114. In Situ Characterization of Electrochemical Polymerization of Methylene Green on Platinum Electrodes
  115. Vehicle Evaluation, Battery Modeling, and Fleet-testing Experiences in Hawaii
  116. In situ measurement of activity and mass transfer effects in enzyme immobilized electrodes
  117. Hybridization Probe for Femtomolar Quantification of Selected Nucleic Acid Sequences on a Disposable Electrode
  118. Characterization of enzyme–polymer interaction using fluorescence
  119. Incremental Capacity Analysis and Close-to-Equilibrium OCV Measurements to Quantify Capacity Fade in Commercial Rechargeable Lithium Batteries
  120. Life prediction of batteries for selecting the technically most suitable and cost effective battery
  121. Design and characterization of redox enzyme electrodes: new perspectives on established techniques with application to an extremeophilic hydrogenase
  122. Analysis of Electric Vehicle Usage of a Hyundai Santa Fe Fleet in Hawaii
  123. Modeling capacity fade in lithium-ion cells
  124. Label Free Electrochemical Detection of Nucleic Acid on a Disposable Electrode
  125. Modeling of lithium ion cells?A simple equivalent-circuit model approach
  126. Numerical Simulation on Fast Charging Nickel Metal Hydride Traction Batteries
  127. Fuzzy Logic Based Driving Pattern Recognition for Driving Cycle Analysis
  128. Self-Discharge and Charge Retention in AB[sub 2]-Based Nickel Metal Hydride Batteries
  129. Correlation of Arrhenius behaviors in power and capacity fades with cell impedance and heat generation in cylindrical lithium-ion cells
  130. Accelerated calendar and pulse life analysis of lithium-ion cells
  131. Integrated battery simulation and characterization
  132. Reliable fast recharge of nickel metal hydride cells
  133. Advanced integrated battery testing and simulation
  134. Inductive modeling of lithium-ion cells
  135. In situ electrochemical investigations of the kinetic and thermodynamic properties of nickel–metal hydride traction batteries
  136. Limiting mechanism on rapid charging NiMH batteries
  137. Fast charging nickel-metal hydride traction batteries
  138. Charge Performance of a Commercial Nickel Metal Hydride Traction Battery System
  139. Electric Vehicle Rapid Charging Infrastructure in Hawaii
  140. Modeling discharge and charge characteristics of nickel–metal hydride batteries
  141. The use of computer simulation in the evaluation of electric vehicle batteries
  142. Micro-Macroscopic Coupled Modeling of Batteries and Fuel Cells
  143. Micro-Macroscopic Coupled Modeling of Batteries and Fuel Cells
  144. Numerical simulation of coupled electrochemical and transport processes in battery systems
  145. Electrochemical Aspects of Ionic Solids
  146. Numerical Modeling of Coupled Electrochemical and Transport Processes in Lead-Acid Batteries
  147. Modifying zirconia solid electrolyte surface property to enhance oxide transport
  148. Thin-film yttria-stabilized tetragonal zirconia
  149. Electrochemical Studies of Kinetic Properties of Titanium- and Vanadium-Hydrogen Systems at Intermediate Temperatures Using Molten Salt Techniques
  150. Helium Analysis of Palladium Electrodes after Molten Salt Electrolysis
  151. Investigation of thermodynamic properties of the TiH system using molten salt electrolytes containing hydride ions
  152. Kinetic principles for new types of solid state ionic gas sensors
  153. Elevated-temperature excess heat production in a Pd + D system
  154. Thermodynamic and structural considerations of insertion reactions in lithium vanadium bronze structures
  155. Low Temperature Limiting-Current Oxygen Sensors Based on Tetragonal Zirconia Polycrystals
  156. Low temperature limiting-current oxygen sensors using tetragonal zirconia as solid electrolytes
  157. Demonstration of a Novel Composite Solid/Liquid/Solid Electrolyte Configuration for Hydrogen-Related Applications*
  158. Controlled electrolyte environments and their use for studying and modifying materials properties: potentials for employment in practical devices
  159. Hydrogen-conducting electrolyte configurations
  160. Novel electrochemical hydrogen sensors for use at elevated temperatures
  161. Photobehavior of copper(I) compounds. 4. Role of the triplet state of (arylphosphine)copper(I) complexes in the photosensitized isomerization of dienes
  162. The thermodynamics and kinetics of the gamma-lithium vanadium bronze structure
  163. Dynamic driving cycle analyses using electric vehicle time-series data
  164. Integrated simulation and testing of electric vehicle batteries
  165. On validation of the modeling of overcharge process in VRLA cells