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  1. Sonochemical synthesis of LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 and its electrochemical performance as a cathode material for 5V Li-ion batteries
  2. The High Performance of Crystal Water Containing Manganese Birnessite Cathodes for Magnesium Batteries
  3. Use of 1,10-Phenanthroline as an Additive for High-Performance Supercapacitors
  4. Critical Role of Crystal Water for a Layered Cathode Material in Sodium Ion Batteries
  5. Review on Li-Sulfur Battery Systems: an Integral Perspective
  6. Non-Invasive In Situ Dynamic Monitoring of Elastic Properties of Composite Battery Electrodes by EQCM-D
  7. Non-Invasive In Situ Dynamic Monitoring of Elastic Properties of Composite Battery Electrodes by EQCM-D
  8. Electrochemical Performance of a Layered-Spinel Integrated Li[Ni 1/3 Mn 2/3 ]O 2 as a High Capacity Cathode Material for Li-Ion Batteries
  9. Studies of Aluminum-Doped LiNi0.5Co0.2Mn0.3O2: Electrochemical Behavior, Aging, Structural Transformations, and Thermal Characteristics
  10. Tailoring the potential window of negative electrodes: A diagnostic method for understanding parasitic oxidation reactions in cells with 5 V LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 positive electrodes
  11. Effect of Fe in suppressing the discharge voltage decay of high capacity Li-rich cathodes for Li-ion batteries
  12. LithiumOxygen Electrochemistry in Non-Aqueous Solutions
  13. Introduction to the Focus Issue of Selected Presentations from the International Meeting on Lithium Batteries (IMLB 2014)
  14. Understanding the Effect of Lithium Bis(oxalato) Borate (LiBOB) on the Structural and Electrochemical Aging of Li and Mn Rich High Capacity Li1.2Ni0.16Mn0.56Co0.08O2 Cathodes
  15. The Effect of Interactions and Reduction Products of LiNO3, the Anti-Shuttle Agent, in Li-S Battery Systems
  16. Understanding the behavior of Li–oxygen cells containing LiI
  17. NaCrO2 cathode for high-rate sodium-ion batteries
  18. Improved capacity and stability of integrated Li and Mn rich layered-spinel Li1.17Ni0.25Mn1.08O3 cathodes for Li-ion batteries
  19. The effect of the flow-regime, reversal of polarization, and oxygen on the long term stability in capacitive de-ionization processes
  20. Impedance Spectra of Energy-Storage Electrodes Obtained with Commercial Three-Electrode Cells: Some Sources of Measurement Artefacts
  21. TEM and Raman spectroscopy evidence of layered to spinel phase transformation in layered LiNi1/3Mn1/3Co1/3O2 upon cycling to higher voltages
  22. New Horizons for Conventional Lithium Ion Battery Technology
  23. Lattice strains in the layered Mn, Ni and Co oxides as cathode materials in Li and Na batteries
  24. Erratum: Structural and Electrochemical Evidence of Layered to Spinel Phase Transformation of Li and Mn Rich Layered Cathode Materials of the Formulae xLi[Li1/3Mn2/3]O2{middle dot}(1-x)LiMn1/3Ni1/3Co1/3O2 (x = 0.2, 0.4, 0.6) upon Cycling [J. Electroche...
  25. A new phenomenon in sodium batteries: Voltage step due to solvent interaction
  26. Conversion of LiMn2−x Co x O4 spinel on the basis of electrolytically Co-deposited Mn,Co-oxide precursors in a lithium battery
  27. Millimeter-Tall Carpets of Vertically Aligned Crystalline Carbon Nanotubes Synthesized on Copper Substrates for Electrical Applications
  28. Solving the Capacitive Paradox of 2D MXene using Electrochemical Quartz-Crystal Admittance and In Situ Electronic Conductance Measurements
  29. High-Performance Lithium-Sulfur Batteries Based on Ionic-Liquid Electrolytes with Bis(fluorolsufonyl)imide Anions and Sulfur-Encapsulated Highly Disordered Activated Carbon
  30. Electrochemical and structural characterization of carbon coated Li1.2Mn0.56Ni0.16Co0.08O2 and Li1.2Mn0.6Ni0.2O2 as cathode materials for Li-ion batteries
  31. Investigation of the Reasons for Capacity Fading in Li-Ion Battery Cells
  32. Reactivity of Amide Based Solutions in Lithium–Oxygen Cells
  33. Electronic Effect Related to the Nonuniform Distribution of Ionic Charges in Metal-Cluster Chalcogenide Halides
  34. Structural and Electrochemical Evidence of Layered to Spinel Phase Transformation of Li and Mn Rich Layered Cathode Materials of the Formulae xLi[Li1/3Mn2/3]O2.(1-x)LiMn1/3Ni1/3Co1/3O2 (x = 0.2, 0.4, 0.6) upon Cycling
  35. Fluoroethylene Carbonate as an Important Component in Electrolyte Solutions for High-Voltage Lithium Batteries: Role of Surface Chemistry on the Cathode
  36. Carbon Negative Electrodes for Li-Ion Batteries: The Effect of Solutions and Temperatures
  37. Manganese Sequestration and Li-Ion Batteries Durability Enhancement by Polymeric 18-Crown-6 Ethers
  38. The challenge of developing rechargeable magnesium batteries
  39. On the challenge of developing advanced technologies for electrochemical energy storage and conversion
  40. Crystal chemistry and valence determinations for Mn, Ni and Co oxides as cathode materials in Li batteries
  41. The Use of Redox Mediators for Enhancing Utilization of Li 2 S Cathodes for Advanced Li–S Battery Systems
  42. Li-S Cathodes with Extended Cycle Life by Sulfur Encapsulation in Disordered Micro-Porous Carbon Powders
  43. Phase Transitions in Li2MnO3 Electrodes at Various States-of-Charge
  44. Shaped composite liquid marbles
  45. Thermal processes in the systems with Li-battery cathode materials and LiPF6 -based organic solutions
  46. A Magnesium-Activated Carbon Hybrid Capacitor
  47. Novel, electrolyte solutions comprising fully inorganic salts with high anodic stability for rechargeable magnesium batteries
  48. Metal–organic complexes as redox candidates for carbon based pseudo-capacitors
  49. High performance of thick amorphous columnar monolithic film silicon anodes in ionic liquid electrolytes at elevated temperature
  50. On the Surface Chemistry of Cathode Materials in Li-Ion Batteries
  51. Electrically Controlled Membranes Exploiting Cassie-Wenzel Wetting Transitions
  52. Studies of Li and Mn-Rich Lix[MnNiCo]O2 Electrodes: Electrochemical Performance, Structure, and the Effect of the Aluminum Fluoride Coating
  53. Oxidation of Dimethyl Sulfoxide Solutions by Electrochemical Reduction of Oxygen
  54. Systematic First-Principles Investigation of Mixed Transition Metal Olivine Phosphates LiM 1-y M′ y PO 4 (M/M′ = Mn, Fe, and Co) as Cathode Materials
  55. Long term stability of capacitive de-ionization processes for water desalination: The challenge of positive electrodes corrosion
  56. Amorphous Columnar Silicon Anodes for Advanced High Voltage Lithium Ion Full Cells: Dominant Factors Governing Cycling Performance
  57. Electrochemical and Spectroscopic Analysis of Mg 2+ Intercalation into Thin Film Electrodes of Layered Oxides: V 2 O 5 and MoO 3
  58. Hierarchical Structures Obtained by Breath Figures Self-Assembly and Chemical Etching and their Wetting Properties
  59. Collective Phase Transition Dynamics in Microarray Composite Li x FePO 4 Electrodes Tracked by in Situ Electrochemical Quartz Crystal Admittance
  60. A new advanced lithium ion battery: Combination of high performance amorphous columnar silicon thin film anode, 5V LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 spinel cathode and fluoroethylene carbonate-based electrolyte solution
  61. In Situ Electrochemical Quartz Crystal Admittance Methodology for Tracking Compositional and Mechanical Changes in Porous Carbon Electrodes
  62. The Study of Activated Carbon/CNT/MoO3 Electrodes for Aqueous Pseudo-Capacitors
  63. Electrochemical quartz crystal admittance studies of ion adsorption on nanoporous composite carbon electrodes in aprotic solutions
  64. Thick vertically aligned carbon nanotube/carbon composite electrodes for electrical double-layer capacitors
  65. Electrolytic Solutions for Rechargeable Magnesium Batteries
  66. Multinuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy and Density Function Theory Calculations for the Identification of the Equilibrium Species in THF Solutions of Organometallic Complexes Suitable As Electrolyte Solutions for Rechargeable Mg Batteries
  67. An Advanced Lithium Ion Battery Based on Amorphous Silicon Film Anode and Integrated xLi2MnO3.(1-x)LiNiyMnzCo1-y-zO2 Cathode
  68. Switching algorithms for extending battery life in Electric Vehicles
  69. Composite Carbon Nano-Tubes (CNT)/Activated Carbon Electrodes for Non-Aqueous Super Capacitors Using Organic Electrolyte Solutions
  70. Study of the nanosized Li2MnO3: Electrochemical behavior, structure, magnetic properties, and vibrational modes
  71. Polysulfone Membranes Demonstrating Asymmetric Diode-like Water Permeability and Their Applications
  72. Water Desalination by Capacitive Deionization - Advantages Limitations and Modification
  73. Electrolyte solution for the improved cycling performance of LiCoPO4/C composite cathodes
  74. LiMn0.8Fe0.2PO4/Li4Ti5O12, a Possible Li-Ion Battery System for Load-Leveling Application
  75. Ion Size to Pore Width Ratio as a Factor that Determines the Electrochemical Stability Window of Activated Carbon Electrodes
  76. Investigation of Graphite Foil as Current Collector for Positive Electrodes of Li-Ion Batteries
  77. In Situ Tracking of Ion Insertion in Iron Phosphate Olivine Electrodes via Electrochemical Quartz Crystal Admittance
  78. Mo6S8 Electrochemical Transfer Junction for Selective Extraction of Co2+-Ions from Their Mixture with Ni2+-Ions
  79. On the Challenge of Electrolyte Solutions for Li–Air Batteries: Monitoring Oxygen Reduction and Related Reactions in Polyether Solutions by Spectroscopy and EQCM
  80. Towards promising electrochemical technology for load leveling applications: extending cycle life of lead acid batteries by the use of carbon nano-tubes (CNTs)
  81. Mg rechargeable batteries: an on-going challenge
  82. Hierarchical activated carbon microfiber (ACM) electrodes for rechargeable Li–O2 batteries
  83. Study of the Lithium-Rich Integrated Compound xLi2MnO3{middle dot}(1-x)LiMO2 (x around 0.5; M = Mn, Ni, Co; 2:2:1) and Its Electrochemical Activity as Positive Electrode in Lithium Cells
  84. Honeycomb structures obtained with breath figures self-assembly allow water/oil separation
  85. Potentiostatic and Galvanostatic Intermittent Titration Techniques
  86. Formation of liquid marbles and wetting transitions
  87. Synthesis of tall carpets of vertically aligned carbon nanotubes by in situ generation of water vapor through preheating of added oxygen
  88. Study of the electrochemical behavior of the “inactive” Li2MnO3
  89. Ultrafast anode for high voltage aqueous Li-ion batteries
  90. Li Ion Cells Comprising Lithiated Columnar Silicon Film Anodes, TiS2 Cathodes and Fluoroethyene Carbonate (FEC) as a Critically Important Component
  91. Selective adsorption of multivalent ions into TiC-derived nanoporous carbon
  92. The influence of geometry in 2D simulation on the charge/discharge processes in Li-ion batteries
  93. On the Nature of the Breath Figures Self-Assembly in Evaporated Polymer Solutions: Revisiting Physical Factors Governing the Patterning
  94. ChemInform Abstract: Ultra Fast Elemental Synthesis of High Yield Copper Chevrel Phase with High Electrochemical Performance.
  95. Exceptional Electrochemical Performance of Si-Nanowires in 1,3-Dioxolane Solutions: A Surface Chemical Investigation
  96. Composite non-stick droplets and their actuation with electric field
  97. Ultra fast elemental synthesis of high yield copper Chevrel phase with high electrochemical performance
  98. Raman study of structural stability of LiCoPO4 cathodes in LiPF6 containing electrolytes
  99. Reasons for capacity fading of LiCoPO4 cathodes in LiPF6 containing electrolyte solutions
  100. Preise der israelischen chemischen Gesellschaft: D. Aurbach, D. Cahen und A. Brik
  101. Israel Chemical Society Awards: D. Aurbach, D. Cahen, and A. Brik
  102. Composite Carbon Nanotube/Carbon Electrodes for Electrical Double-Layer Super Capacitors
  103. Composite Carbon Nanotube/Carbon Electrodes for Electrical Double-Layer Super Capacitors
  104. Effect of Fluoroethylene Carbonate (FEC) on the Performance and Surface Chemistry of Si-Nanowire Li-Ion Battery Anodes
  105. Erratum: On the Surface Chemistry of LiMO2 Cathode Materials (M = [MnNi] and [MnNiCo]): Electrochemical, Spectroscopic, and Calorimetric Studies [J. Electrochem. Soc., 157, A1099 (2010)]
  106. Rechargeable lithiated silicon–sulfur (SLS) battery prototypes
  107. The Effect of ZnO and MgO Coatings by a Sono-Chemical Method, on the Stability of LiMn1.5Ni0.5O4 as a Cathode Material for 5 V Li-Ion Batteries
  108. Quartz Crystal Impedance Response of Nonhomogenous Composite Electrodes in Contact with Liquids
  109. Sulfur-Impregnated Activated Carbon Fiber Cloth as a Binder-Free Cathode for Rechargeable Li-S Batteries
  110. Enhanced Charge Efficiency in Capacitive Deionization Achieved by Surface-Treated Electrodes and by Means of a Third Electrode
  111. Capacitive Deionization of NaCl Solutions at Non-Steady-State Conditions: Inversion Functionality of the Carbon Electrodes
  112. Use of Liquid Marbles as Micro-Reactors
  113. Use of Liquid Marbles as Micro-Reactors
  114. Significantly improved cycling performance of LiCoPO4 cathodes
  115. Raman spectroscopy of carbon-coated LiCoPO4 and LiFePO4 olivines
  116. The feasibility of boron removal from water by capacitive deionization
  117. The electrochemistry of activated carbonaceous materials: past, present, and future
  118. Structural Analysis of Electrolyte Solutions for Rechargeable Mg Batteries by Stereoscopic Means and DFT Calculations
  119. Lattice Strains in the Ligand Framework in the Octahedral Metal Cluster Compounds as the Origin of Their Instability
  120. Methodological aspects of electrochemical science and technology: a selection of reviews
  121. A straightforward and reliable method for the characterization of carbon nanotube dispersions
  122. A control system for operating and investigating reactors: The demonstration of parasitic reactions in the water desalination by capacitive de-ionization
  123. The use of in situ techniques in R&D of Li and Mg rechargeable batteries
  124. The Effect of Specific Adsorption of Cations and Their Size on the Charge-Compensation Mechanism in Carbon Micropores: The Role of Anion Desorption
  125. Assessing the Solvation Numbers of Electrolytic Ions Confined in Carbon Nanopores under Dynamic Charging Conditions
  126. Challenges in the development of advanced Li-ion batteries: a review
  127. A review of advanced and practical lithium battery materials
  128. Non-aqueous electrochemistry of magnesium (Mg)
  129. Li4Ti5O12/LiMnPO4 Lithium-Ion Battery Systems for Load Leveling Application
  130. On the Thermal Behavior of Lithium Intercalated Graphites
  131. On the Thermal Stability of Olivine Cathode Materials for Lithium-Ion Batteries
  132. The Dependence of the Desalination Performance in Capacitive Deionization Processes on the Electrodes PZC
  133. Electrically Deformable Liquid Marbles
  134. Single-step technique allowing formation of microscaled thermally stable polymer honeycomb reliefs demonstrating reversible wettability
  135. Limitations of charge efficiency in capacitive deionization processes III: The behavior of surface oxidized activated carbon electrodes
  136. EQCM as a unique tool for determination of ionic fluxes in microporous carbons as a function of surface charge distribution
  137. ChemInform Abstract: Electrochemistry of Electronically Conducting Polymers
  138. Interfacial and conductive properties of liquid marbles coated with carbon black
  139. Failure and Stabilization Mechanisms in Multiply Cycled Conducting Polymers for Energy Storage Devices
  140. Electrochemical Quartz Crystal Microbalance (EQCM) Studies of Ions and Solvents Insertion into Highly Porous Activated Carbons
  141. Micropump based on liquid marbles
  142. ChemInform Abstract: The Electrochemistry of Noble Metal Electrodes in Aprotic Organic Solvents Containing Lithium Salts
  143. ChemInform Abstract: Correlation Between Surface Chemistry and Performance of Li-Carbon Intercalation Anodes for Rechargeable “Rocking-Chair” Type Batteries.
  144. ChemInform Abstract: Dependence of the Performance of Li-C Intercalation Anodes for Li-Ion Secondary Batteries on the Electrolyte Solution Composition.
  145. ChemInform Abstract: Studies of Li Anodes in the Electrolyte System 2 Me-THF/THF/Me-Furan/ LiAsF6.
  146. Assessing the Concentration Effect on Hydration Radii in Aqueous Solutions by Electroadsorption on a Carbon Molecular Sieve Electrode
  147. ChemInform Abstract: Safety and Performance of Tadiran TLR-7103 Rechargeable Batteries.
  148. Chevrel Phases, M x Mo 6 T 8 (M = Metals, T = S, Se, Te) as a Structural Chameleon: Changes in the Rhombohedral Framework and Triclinic Distortion
  149. ChemInform Abstract: Sol-Gel-Derived Carbon Ceramic Electrodes: A New Lithium Intercalation Anode.
  150. ChemInform Abstract: The Structure of a 3 V LixMnO2 Cathode and Its Change upon Electrochemical Lithiation.
  151. ChemInform Abstract: Solid-State Electrochemical Kinetics of Li-Ion Intercalation into Li1-xCoO2: Simultaneous Application of Electroanalytical Techniques SSCV, PITT, and EIS.
  152. ChemInform Abstract: Correlation Between Surface Chemistry and Performance of Graphite Negative Electrodes for Li Ion Batteries
  153. The effects of geometry on magnetic response of elliptical PHE sensors
  154. Anomalous Diffusion Coefficients for W(IV) Ion Diffusion in NaCl-KCl Melt at 700-750°C
  155. On the mechanism of patterning in rapidly evaporated polymer solutions: Is temperature-gradient-driven Marangoni instability responsible for the large-scale patterning?
  156. In situ FTIR study of the decomposition of N-butyl-N-methylpyrrolidinium bis(trifluoromethanesulfonyl)amide ionic liquid during cathodic polarization of lithium and graphite electrodes
  157. On the Way to Rechargeable Mg Batteries: The Challenge of New Cathode Materials †
  158. ChemInform Abstract: LiMn0.8Fe0.2PO4: An Advanced Cathode Material for Rechargeable Lithium Batteries.
  159. On the Surface Chemistry of LiMO[sub 2] Cathode Materials (M=[MnNi] and [MnNiCo]): Electrochemical, Spectroscopic, and Calorimetric Studies
  160. Integrated Materials xLi[sub 2]MnO[sub 3]⋅(1−x)LiMn[sub 1/3]Ni[sub 1/3]Co[sub 1/3]O[sub 2] (x=0.3, 0.5, 0.7) Synthesized
  161. Publisher’s Note: Synthesis of Integrated Cathode Materials xLi[sub 2]MnO[sub 3]⋅(1−x)LiMn[sub 1/3]Ni[sub 1/3]Co[sub 1/3]O[sub 2] (x=0.3, 0.5, 0.7) and Studies of Their Electrochemical Behavior [J. Electrochem. Soc., 157, A1121 (2010)]
  162. On the Electrochemical Behavior of Aluminum Electrodes in Nonaqueous Electrolyte Solutions of Lithium Salts
  163. On the Study of Electrolyte Solutions for Li-Ion Batteries That Can Work Over a Wide Temperature Range
  164. Revisiting LiClO[sub 4] as an Electrolyte for Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Batteries
  165. In Situ FTIR Spectroscopy Study of Li/LiNi[sub 0.8]Co[sub 0.15]Al[sub 0.05]O[sub 2] Cells with Ionic Liquid-Based Electrolytes in Overcharge Condition
  166. Morphological and Structural Studies of Composite Sulfur Electrodes upon Cycling by HRTEM, AFM and Raman Spectroscopy
  167. The Rate-Determining Step of Electroadsorption Processes into Nanoporous Carbon Electrodes Related to Water Desalination
  168. ChemInform Abstract: Crystallography of Chevrel Phases, MMo6T8(M: Cd, Na, Mn, and Zn, T: S, Se) and Their Cation Mobility.
  169. LiMn0.8Fe0.2PO4: An Advanced Cathode Material for Rechargeable Lithium Batteries
  170. LiMn0.8Fe0.2PO4: An Advanced Cathode Material for Rechargeable Lithium Batteries
  171. Application of a quartz-crystal microbalance to measure ionic fluxes in microporous carbons for energy storage
  172. ChemInform Abstract: A Review on the Solid-State Ionics of Electrochemical Intercalation Processes: How to Interpret Properly Their Electrochemical Response
  173. Crystallography of Chevrel Phases, MMo 6 T 8 (M = Cd, Na, Mn, and Zn, T = S, Se) and Their Cation Mobility
  174. Characterizations of self-combustion reactions (SCR) for the production of nanomaterials used as advanced cathodes in Li-ion batteries
  175. Robust method of manufacturing rubber waste-based water repellent surfaces
  176. Characterization of Advanced High-Energy Density Li-S Batteries by FE-AEM, SEM/EDS X-ray Spectral Imaging and Feature Sizing/Chemical Typing Techniques
  177. A reliable method of manufacturing metallic hierarchical superhydrophobic surfaces
  178. Development of Anion Stereoselective, Activated Carbon Molecular Sieve Electrodes Prepared by Chemical Vapor Deposition
  179. The Reversible Giant Change in the Contact Angle on the Polysulfone and Polyethersulfone Films Exposed to UV Irradiation.
  180. New Insight on the Unusually High Ionic Mobility in Chevrel Phases
  181. “Petal Effect” on Surfaces Based on Lycopodium: High-Stick Surfaces Demonstrating High Apparent Contact Angles
  182. On the application of ionic liquids for rechargeable Li batteries: High voltage systems
  183. A short review on surface chemical aspects of Li batteries: A key for a good performance
  184. A comparative study of electrodes comprising nanometric and submicron particles of LiNi0.50Mn0.50O2, LiNi0.33Mn0.33Co0.33O2, and LiNi0.40Mn0.40Co0.20O2 layered compounds
  185. On the thermal behavior of model Li–LixCoO2 systems containing ionic liquids in standard electrolyte solutions
  186. Study of electrolytic cobalt sulfide Co9S8 as an electrode material in lithium accumulator prototypes
  187. Electrodeposition of iron(II) on platinum in chloride melts at 700–750°C
  188. On the Performance of LiNi[sub 1/3]Mn[sub 1/3]Co[sub 1/3]O[sub 2] Nanoparticles as a Cathode Material for Lithium-Ion Batteries
  190. Several basic and practical aspects related to electrochemical deionization of water
  191. Limitation of Charge Efficiency in Capacitive Deionization
  192. SECONDARY BATTERIES | Magnesium Batteries (Secondary and Primary)
  193. Limitations of Charge Efficiency in Capacitive Deionization
  194. On the Surface Chemical Aspects of Very High Energy Density, Rechargeable Li–Sulfur Batteries
  195. LiMnPO[sub 4] as an Advanced Cathode Material for Rechargeable Lithium Batteries
  196. Foreword by the Guest Editor: Electrochemistry
  197. Electrochemically driven first-order phase transitions caused by elastic responses of ion-insertion electrodes under external kinetic control
  198. Electrochemical reduction of trinitrotoluene on core–shell tin–carbon electrodes
  199. Review on Engineering and Characterization of Activated Carbon Electrodes for Electrochemical Double Layer Capacitors and Separation Processes
  200. Intelligent Design vs . Evolution Theory
  201. Free-Standing, Thermostable, Micrometer-Scale Honeycomb Polymer Films and their Properties
  202. A review on the solid-state ionics of electrochemical intercalation processes: How to interpret properly their electrochemical response
  203. ChemInform Abstract: Phase Diagram of Mg Insertion into Chevrel Phases, MgxMo6T8(T: S, Se). Part 3. The Crystal Structure of Triclinic Mg2Mo6Se8.
  204. A short review on the strategy towards development of π-conjugated polymers with highly reversible p- and n-doping
  205. The Reversible Giant Change in the Contact Angle on the Polysulfone and Polyethersulfone Films Exposed to UV Irradiation
  206. Developing Ion Electroadsorption Stereoselectivity, by Pore Size Adjustment with Chemical Vapor Deposition onto Active Carbon Fiber Electrodes. Case of Ca 2+ /Na + Separation in Water Capacitive Desalination
  207. Effect of chalcogen substitution in mixed Mo6S8−nSen (n=0, 1, 2) Chevrel phases on the thermodynamics and kinetics of reversible Mg ions insertion
  208. Phase Diagram of Mg Insertion into Chevrel Phases, Mg x Mo 6 T 8 (T = S, Se). 3. The Crystal Structure of Triclinic Mg 2 Mo 6 Se 8
  209. ChemInform Abstract: Progress in Rechargeable Magnesium Battery Technology.
  210. ChemInform Abstract: New Cathode Materials for Rechargeable Mg Batteries: Fast Mg Ion Transport and Reversible Copper Extrusion in CuyMo6S8Compounds.
  211. Characterization of rough surfaces with vibrated drops
  212. UV-Vis-NIR spectroelectrochemical and in situ conductance studies of unusual stability of n- and p-doped poly(dimethyldioctylquaterthiophene-alt-oxadiazole) under high cathodic and anodic polarizations
  213. Cation Trapping in Highly Porous Carbon Electrodes for EDLC Cells
  214. Behavior of Graphite Electrodes in Solutions Based on Ionic Liquids in In Situ Raman Studies
  215. In Situ Raman Spectroscopy Study of Different Kinds of Graphite Electrodes in Ionic Liquid Electrolytes
  216. Electrolyte Solutions with a Wide Electrochemical Window for Rechargeable Magnesium Batteries
  217. On the role of the Plateau borders in the pattern formation occurring in thin evaporated polymer layers
  218. Superhydrophobic Metallic Surfaces and Their Wetting Properties
  219. A review on the problems of the solid state ions diffusion in cathodes for rechargeable Mg batteries
  220. Progress in Rechargeable Magnesium Battery Technology
  221. Electrochemical Determination of Diffusion Coefficients of Iron (II) Ions in Chloride Melts at 700-750°C
  222. More on the performance of LiFePO4 electrodes—The effect of synthesis route, solution composition, aging, and temperature
  223. On the electrochemical and thermal behavior of lithium bis(oxalato)borate (LiBOB) solutions
  224. Progress in nonaqueous magnesium electrochemistry
  225. Following the Growth of Surface Films on Lithium and Their Thermal Behavior in Standard LiPF 6 Solutions Using Differential Scanning Calorimetry
  226. On the performance of graphitized meso carbon microbeads (MCMB)–meso carbon fibers (MCF) and synthetic graphite electrodes at elevated temperatures
  227. On the Mechanism of Triclinic Distortion in Chevrel Phase as Probed by in situ Neutron Diffraction.
  228. Kinetics of electrochemically induced phase transitions in ion-insertion electrodes and the chemical diffusion coefficient
  229. Structural Mechanism of the Phase Transitions in the Mg−Cu−Mo 6 S 8 System Probed by ex Situ Synchrotron X-ray Diffraction
  230. On the Mechanism of Triclinic Distortion in Chevrel Phase as Probed by In-Situ Neutron Diffraction
  231. In Situ Conductivity, Impedance Spectroscopy, and Ex Situ Raman Spectra of Amorphous Silicon during the Insertion/Extraction of Lithium
  232. On the thermal behavior of Li bis(oxalato)borate LiBOB
  233. Structural Analysis of Electrolyte Solutions Comprising Magnesium−Aluminate Chloro−Organic Complexes by Raman Spectroscopy
  234. Carbon Electrodes Modified with TiO2 /Metal Nanoparticles and Their Application for the Detection of Trinitrotoluene
  235. Amorphous silicon thin films as a high capacity anodes for Li-ion batteries in ionic liquid electrolytes
  236. Can conductivity measurements serve as a tool for assessing pseudocapacitance processes occurring on carbon electrodes?
  237. The application of electroanalytical methods to the analysis of phase transitions during intercalation of ions into electrodes
  238. Review on electrode–electrolyte solution interactions, related to cathode materials for Li-ion batteries
  239. The anomaly in the dependence of the electronic conductivity of activated carbon electrodes at different charging states
  240. Chronoamperometric measurements and modeling of nucleation and growth, and moving boundary stages during electrochemical lithiation of graphite electrode
  241. Phase Diagram of Mg Insertion into Chevrel Phases, MgxMo6T8 (T: S, Se). Part 1. Crystal Structure of the Sulfides.
  242. New cathode materials for rechargeable Mg batteries: fast Mg ion transport and reversible copper extrusion in CuyMo6S8 compounds
  243. Comparing the Behavior of Nano- and Microsized Particles of LiMn[sub 1.5]Ni[sub 0.5]O[sub 4] Spinel as Cathode Materials for Li-Ion Batteries
  244. Characterization of batteries by electrochemical and non-electrochemical techniques
  245. The Study of Electronically Conducting Polymers with Highly Reversible p- & n-Doping
  246. On nonaqueous electrochemical behavior of titanium and Ti4+ compounds
  247. On the Mg Trapping Mechanism in Electrodes Comprising Chevrel Phases
  248. On the Stability of LiFePO[sub 4] Olivine Cathodes under Various Conditions (Electrolyte Solutions, Temperatures)
  249. The Study of Carbon-Coated V[sub 2]O[sub 5] Nanoparticles as a Potential Cathodic Material for Li Rechargeable Batteries
  250. On the reaction of oxygen with nitrogen-containing and nitrogen-free carbons
  251. Phase Diagram of Mg Insertion into Chevrel Phases, Mg x Mo 6 T 8 (T = S, Se). 1. Crystal Structure of the Sulfides
  252. Studies of cycling behavior, ageing, and interfacial reactions of LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 and carbon electrodes for lithium-ion 5-V cells
  253. Phase Diagram of Mg Insertion into Chevrel Phases, MgxMo6T8 (T: S, Se). Part 2. The Crystal Structure of Triclinic MgMo6Se8.
  254. Molten Salt Synthesis (MSS) of Cu2Mo6S8 — New Way for Large-Scale Production of Chevrel Phases.
  255. Testing Carbon-Coated VOx Prepared via Reaction under Autogenic Pressure at Elevated Temperature as Li-Insertion Materials.
  256. On the possibility of using ionic liquids as electrolyte solutions for rechargeable 5V Li ion batteries
  257. Phase Diagram of Mg Insertion into Chevrel Phases, Mg x Mo 6 T 8 (T = S, Se). 2. The Crystal Structure of Triclinic MgMo 6 Se 8
  258. Testing Carbon-Coated VOx Prepared via Reaction under Autogenic Pressure at Elevated Temperature as Li-Insertion Materials
  259. Unusually stable and highly electrochemically reversible n-doping of regioregular alternate copolymer of dialkylthiophene and fluorenone
  260. Molten salt synthesis (MSS) of Cu2Mo6S8—New way for large-scale production of Chevrel phases
  261. Microwave-assisted synthesis of tin sulfide nanoflakes and their electrochemical performance as Li-inserting materials
  262. The Dependence of the Electronic Conductivity of Carbon Molecular Sieve Electrodes on Their Charging States
  263. Corrigendum to “Capacity fading of lithiated graphite electrodes studied by a combination of electroanalytical methods, Raman spectroscopy and SEM” [J. Power Sources 146 (2005) 146–150]
  264. Unusually high stability of a poly(alkylquaterthiophene-alt-oxadiazole) conjugated copolymer in its n and p-doped states
  265. Improved Electrolyte Solutions for Rechargeable Magnesium Batteries
  266. On the Electrochemical Behavior and Passivation of Copper and Brass (Cu70∕Zn30) Electrodes in Concentrated Aqueous KOH Solutions
  267. Studies of Nanosized LiNi[sub 0.5]Mn[sub 0.5]O[sub 2]-Layered Compounds Produced by Self-Combustion Reaction as Cathodes for Lithium-Ion Batteries
  268. Study of Various (“Super Iron”) MFeO[sub 4] Compounds in Li Salt Solutions as Potential Cathode Materials for Li Batteries
  269. Influence of the PVdF binder on the stability of LiCoO2 electrodes
  270. Assessing optimal pore-to-ion size relations in the design of porous poly(vinylidene chloride) carbons for EDL capacitors
  271. On the thermal stability of LiPF6
  272. Enhanced Anion Electroadsorption into Carbon Molecular Sieve Electrodes in Acidic Media
  273. The 60th birthday of Mikhail A. Vorotyntsev
  274. Comparison between Cottrell diffusion and moving boundary models for determination of the chemical diffusion coefficients in ion-insertion electrodes
  275. The crystal structure of the inorganic surface films formed on Mg and Li intercalation compounds and the electrode performance
  276. Electrochemical behavior of electrodes comprising micro- and nano-sized particles of LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4: A comparative study
  277. Advances in Magnesium Electrochemistry — A Challenge for Nanomaterials
  278. A review on new solutions, new measurements procedures and new materials for rechargeable Li batteries
  279. Impedance spectra of porous, composite intercalation electrodes: The origin of the low-frequency semicircles
  280. A comparison between intercalation of Li and Mg ions into the model Chevrel phase compound (MxMo6S8): Impedance spectroscopic studies
  281. The study of LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 5-V cathodes for Li-ion batteries
  282. Nanoparticles of tin confined in microporous carbon matrices as anode materials for Li batteries
  283. Capacity fading of lithiated graphite electrodes studied by a combination of electroanalytical methods, Raman spectroscopy and SEM
  284. The study of K2FeO4 (Fe6+-super iron compound) as a cathode material for rechargeable lithium batteries
  285. Calorimetric studies of the thermal stability of electrolyte solutions based on alkyl carbonates and the effect of the contact with lithium
  286. Comparison between potentiostatic and galvanostatic intermittent titration techniques for determination of chemical diffusion coefficients in ion-insertion electrodes
  287. Mössbauer spectroscopic studies of the disintegration of hexavalent iron compounds (BaFeO4 and K2FeO4)
  288. The effect of the anionic framework of MoX Chevrel Phase (X=S, Se) on the thermodynamics and the kinetics of the electrochemical insertion of Mg ions
  289. The Effect of Slow Interfacial Kinetics on the Chronoamperometric Response of Composite Lithiated Graphite Electrodes and on the Calculation of the Chemical Diffusion Coefficient of Li Ions in Graphite
  290. On the Mechanism of Selective Electroadsorption of Protons in the Pores of Carbon Molecular Sieves
  291. Microelectrode studies of reversible Mg deposition in THF solutions containing complexes of alkylaluminum chlorides and dialkylmagnesium
  292. The effect of milling on the performance of a Mo6S8 Chevrel phase as a cathode material for rechargeable Mg batteries
  293. Distinction between Energetic Inhomogeneity and Geometric Non-Uniformity of Ion Insertion Electrodes Based on Complex Impedance and Complex Capacitance Analysis
  294. Mechanism of redox transformation of titanocene dichloride centers immobilized inside a polypyrrole matrix—EQCM and XPS evidences
  295. The use of tin-decorated mesoporous carbon as an anode material for rechargeable lithium batteries
  296. New Insight into Studies of the Cycling Performance of Li-Graphite Electrodes
  297. Application of a Novel Refinement Method for Accurate Determination of Chemical Diffusion Coefficients in Electroactive Materials by Potential Step Technique
  298. Spatially limited diffusion coupled with ohmic potential drop and/or slow interfacial exchange: a new method to determine the diffusion time constant and external resistance from potential step (PITT) experiments
  299. Design of electrolyte solutions for Li and Li-ion batteries: a review
  300. On the influence of additives in electrolyte solutions on the electrochemical behavior of carbon/LiCoO2 cells at elevated temperatures
  301. Kinetic and Thermodynamic Studies of Mg2+ and Li+ Ion Insertion into the Mo6S8 Chevrel Phase.
  302. Leaching Chemistry and the Performance of the Mo6S8 Cathodes in Rechargeable Mg Batteries.
  303. Electrochemical responses of active metal insertion electrodes and electronically conducting polymers: common features and new insights
  304. On Li-chelating additives to electrolytes for Li batteries
  305. Impedance of a Single Intercalation Particle and of Non-Homogeneous, Multilayered Porous Composite Electrodes for Li-ion Batteries
  306. Alkyl Group Transmetalation Reactions in Electrolytic Solutions Studied by Multinuclear NMR
  307. A comparative study of Mg2+ and Li+ ion insertions into the Mo6S8 Chevrel phase using electrochemical impedance spectroscopy
  308. Phase transitions and diffusion kinetics during Mg2+- and Li+-ion insertions into the Mo6S8 chevrel phase compound studied by PITT
  309. Leaching Chemistry and the Performance of the Mo6S8 Cathodes in Rechargeable Mg Batteries
  310. Professor Doron Aurbach has joined the Editorial Board
  311. Surface films phenomena on vanadium-pentoxide cathodes for Li and Li-ion batteries: in situ AFM imaging
  313. Sonochemical and soft-chemical intercalation of lithium ions into MnO2 polymorphs
  314. Effect of the Structure of Nonuniform Conducting Polymer Films on Their Electrochemical Impedance Response
  315. Effect of temperature on the kinetics and thermodynamics of electrochemical insertion of Li-ions into a graphite electrode
  316. An Aqueous Reduction Method to Synthesize Spinel-LiMn2O4 Nanoparticles as a Cathode Material for Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Batteries.
  317. The effect of dimethyl pyrocarbonate on electroanalytical behavior and cycling of graphite electrodes
  318. Self-Discharge of Graphite Electrodes at Elevated Temperatures Studied by CV and Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy
  319. Two parallel diffusion paths model for interpretation of PITT and EIS responses from non-uniform intercalation electrodes
  320. EIS evidence for charge trapping in n-doped poly-3-(3,4,5-trifluorophenyl) thiophene
  321. The Impact of Co[sup 2+] Ions in Solutions on the Performance of LiCoO[sub 2], Li, and Lithiated Graphite Electrodes
  322. Vinylene Carbonate and Li Salicylatoborate as Additives in LiPF[sub 3](CF[sub 2]CF[sub 3])[sub 3] Solutions for Rechargeable Li-Ion Batteries
  323. Investigation of Lithium Electrodeposits Formed in Practical Rechargeable Li-Li[sub x]MnO[sub 2] Batteries Based on LiAsF[sub 6]/1,3-Dioxolane Solutions
  324. Kinetic and Thermodynamic Studies of Mg[sup 2+] and Li[sup +] Ion Insertion into the Mo[sub 6]S[sub 8] Chevrel Phase
  325. Noteworthy electroanalytical features of the stage 4 to stage 3 phase transition in lithiated graphite
  326. Micromorphological Dynamics of Polypyrrole Films in Propylene Carbonate Solutions Studied by in Situ AFM and EQCM
  327. Improving the high-temperature performance of LiMn2O4 spinel electrodes by coating the active mass with MgO via a sonochemical method
  328. An Aqueous Reduction Method To Synthesize Spinel-LiMn 2 O 4 Nanoparticles as a Cathode Material for Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Batteries
  329. On the use of LiPF3(CF2CF3)3 (LiFAP) solutions for Li-ion batteries. Electrochemical and thermal studies
  330. On the behavior of different types of graphite anodes
  331. Electrochemical behavior of graphite anode at elevated temperatures in organic carbonate solutions
  332. Electrode–solution interactions in Li-ion batteries: a short summary and new insights
  333. The use of accelerating rate calorimetry (ARC) for the study of the thermal reactions of Li-ion battery electrolyte solutions
  334. A comparison among LiPF6, LiPF3(CF2CF3)3 (LiFAP), and LiN(SO2CF2CF3)2 (LiBETI) solutions: electrochemical and thermal studies
  335. Development and testing of nanomaterials for rechargeable lithium batteries
  336. The study of capacity fading processes of Li-ion batteries: major factors that play a role
  337. Solid-State Rechargeable Magnesium Batteries
  338. XPS Investigation of Surface Chemistry of Magnesium Electrodes in Contact with Organic Solutions of Organochloroaluminate Complex Salts
  339. Electroanalytical features of non-uniformly doped conducting poly-3-(3,4,5-trifluorophenyl)thiophene films
  340. Electrochemistry in nonaqueous solutions
  341. Nonaqueous magnesium electrochemistry and its application in secondary batteries
  342. Electrodeposition of Granular Cu-Co Alloys
  343. LiPF[sub 3](CF[sub 2]CF[sub 3])[sub 3]: A Salt for Rechargeable Lithium Ion Batteries
  344. A Detailed Investigation of the Thermal Reactions of LiPF[sub 6] Solution in Organic Carbonates Using ARC and DSC
  345. Attempts to Improve the Behavior of Li Electrodes in Rechargeable Lithium Batteries [Journal of The Electrochemical Society, 149, A1267 (2002)]
  346. In Situ AFM Imaging of Surface Phenomena on Composite Graphite Electrodes during Lithium Insertion
  347. On the capacity fading of LiCoO2 intercalation electrodes:
  348. A Synopsis of recent attempts toward construction of rechargeable batteries utilizing conducting polymer cathodes and anodes
  349. Proton-Selective Environment in the Pores of Activated Molecular Sieving Carbon Electrodes
  350. Nanoparticles of SnO Produced by Sonochemistry as Anode Materials for Rechargeable Lithium Batteries
  351. Understanding Batteries
  352. Influence of pH on the Structure of the Aqueous Sonolysis Products of Manganese(III) Acetylacetonate
  353. A short review of failure mechanisms of lithium metal and lithiated graphite anodes in liquid electrolyte solutions
  354. Cu2Mo6S8Chevrel Phase, A Promising Cathode Material for New Rechargeable Mg Batteries:  A Mechanically Induced Chemical Reaction
  355. An analysis of rechargeable lithium-ion batteries after prolonged cycling
  356. Reply to Comment on Highly Doped Silicon Electrodes for the Electrochemical Modification of Self-Assembled Siloxane-Anchored Monolayers: A Feasibility Study
  357. On the use of vinylene carbonate (VC) as an additive to electrolyte solutions for Li-ion batteries
  358. The Behavior of Polypyrrole-Coated Electrodes in Propylene Carbonate Solutions
  359. The Role of Surface Films on Electrodes in Li-Ion Batteries
  361. Electrolyte Solutions for Rechargeable Magnesium Batteries Based on Organomagnesium Chloroaluminate Complexes
  362. The Behavior of Polypyrrole-Coated Electrodes in Propylene Carbonate Solutions
  363. Electrochemical Li-Insertion Processes into Carbons Produced by Milling Graphitic Powders: The Impact of the Carbons’ Surface Chemistry
  364. Morphology/Behavior Relationship in Reversible Electrochemical Lithium Insertion into Graphitic Materials
  365. Attempts to Improve the Behavior of Li Electrodes in Rechargeable Lithium Batteries
  366. The study of lithium insertion–deinsertion processes into composite graphite electrodes by in situ atomic force microscopy (AFM)
  367. The effect of pressure on the electroanalytical response of graphite anodes and LiCoO2 cathodes for Li-ion batteries
  368. Li-insertion into thin monolithic V2O5 films electrodes characterized by a variety of electroanalytical techniques
  369. Study of lithium insertion into electrochemically synthesized sodium–vanadium oxide
  370. On the correlation between the electroanalytical behavior and crystallographic features of Li-intercalation electrodes
  371. Ion Sieving Effects in the Electrical Double Layer of Porous Carbon Electrodes:  Estimating Effective Ion Size in Electrolytic Solutions
  372. A comparison between the electrochemical behavior of reversible magnesium and lithium electrodes
  373. A short review on the comparison between Li battery systems and rechargeable magnesium battery technology
  374. On the correlation among surface chemistry, 3D structure, morphology, electrochemical and impedance behavior of various lithiated carbon electrodes
  375. Studies of the interface between lithium electrodes and polymeric electrolyte systems using in situ FTIR spectroscopy
  376. Spectroelectrochemical studies of magnesium deposition by in situ FTIR spectroscopy
  377. Changes in the resistance of electrolyte solutions during contact with lithium electrodes at open circuit potential that reflect the Li surface chemistry
  378. Simulation of galvanostatic growth of polycrystalline Li deposits in rechargeable Li batteries
  379. Highly Doped Silicon Electrodes for the Electrochemical Modification of Self-Assembled Siloxane-Anchored Monolayers:  A Feasibility Study
  380. The study of the anodic stability of alkyl carbonate solutions by in situ FTIR spectroscopy, EQCM, NMR and MS
  381. ChemInform Abstract: Prototype Systems for Rechargeable Magnesium Batteries.
  382. On the Mechanisms of Reversible Magnesium Deposition Processes
  383. The Study of Reversible Magnesium Deposition by In Situ Scanning Tunneling Microscopy
  384. Investigation of the Electrochemical Windows of Aprotic Alkali Metal (Li, Na, K) Salt Solutions
  385. Nonaqueous Electrochemistry, Edited by Doron Aurbach, Marcel Dekker, New York, 1999. ISBN 0-8247-7334-9; US$200
  386. Time−Difference Impedance Spectroscopy of Growing Films Containing a Single Mobile Charge Carrier, with Application to Surface Films on Li Electrodes
  387. Comparison Between the Electrochemical Behavior of Disordered Carbons and Graphite Electrodes in Connection with Their Structure
  388. ChemInform Abstract: Sonochemical Synthesis of SnO2 Nanoparticles and Their Preliminary Study as Li Insertion Electrodes.
  389. Role of host distortion in the intercalation process
  390. Micromorphological Studies of Lithium Electrodes in Alkyl Carbonate Solutions Using in Situ Atomic Force Microscopy
  391. Handbook of Battery Materials, Edited by Jürgen O. Besenhard, Wiley–VCH, New York. ISBN 3-527-29469-4; £210
  392. Basic electroanalytical characterization of lithium insertion into thin, well-crystallized V2O5 films
  393. Sonochemical Synthesis of SnO 2 Nanoparticles and Their Preliminary Study as Li Insertion Electrodes
  394. Review of selected electrode–solution interactions which determine the performance of Li and Li ion batteries
  395. Atomic force microscopy study of the morphology of polythiophene films grafted onto the surface of a Pt microelectrode array
  396. On electrochemical impedance measurements of LixCo0.2Ni0.8O2 and LixNiO2 intercalation electrodes
  397. Preparation of amorphous magnetite nanoparticles embedded in polyvinyl alcohol using ultrasound radiation
  398. Factors Which Limit the Cycle Life of Rechargeable Lithium (Metal) Batteries
  399. Carbon Electrodes for Double-Layer Capacitors I. Relations Between Ion and Pore Dimensions
  400. Nonaqueous Electrochemistry, Edited by Doron Aurbach, Marcel Dekker, New York, 1999. ISBN 0-8247-7334-9; viii+602 pp.; US$195.00
  401. Evidence for Slow Droplet Formation during Cubic-to-Tetragonal Phase Transition in Li[sub x]Mn[sub 2]O[sub 4] Spinel
  402. The Study of Surface Phenomena Related to Electrochemical Lithium Intercalation into Li[sub x]MO[sub y] Host Materials (M = Ni, Mn)
  403. Simultaneous Voltammetric and In Situ Conductivity Studies of n-Doping of Polythiophene Films with Tetraalkylammonium, Alkali, and Alkaline–Earth Cations
  404. On the role of water contamination in rechargeable Li batteries
  405. The use of a special work station for in situ measurements of highly reactive electrochemical systems by atomic force and scanning tunneling microscopes
  406. Simultaneous in-situ conductivity and cyclic voltammetry characterization of Li-ion intercalation into thin V2O5 films
  407. Electrochemical and in-situ XRD characterization of LiNiO2 and LiCo0.2Ni0.8O2 electrodes for rechargeable lithium cells
  408. In situ XRD study of Li deintercalation from two different types of LiMn2O4 spinel
  409. Determination of the Li ion chemical diffusion coefficient for the topotactic solid-state reactions occurring via a two-phase or single-phase solid solution pathway
  410. On the correlation between surface chemistry and performance of graphite negative electrodes for Li ion batteries
  411. Frumkin intercalation isotherm — a tool for the description of lithium insertion into host materials: a review
  412. Interrelation between structural and electrochemical properties of the cathode based on vanadium oxide for rechargeable batteries
  413. New insights into the interactions between electrode materials and electrolyte solutions for advanced nonaqueous batteries
  414. Capacity fading of LixMn2O4 spinel electrodes studied by XRD and electroanalytical techniques
  415. On the possibility of LiH formation on Li surfaces in wet electrolyte solutions
  416. Nonaqueous Electrochemistry
  417. Nonaqueous Electrochemistry
  418. The Electrochemical Behavior of Active Metal Electrodes in Nonaqueous Solutions
  419. The Electrochemical Window of Nonaqueous Electrolyte Solutions
  420. Experimental Considerations Regarding the Use and Study of Nonaqueous Electrochemical Systems
  421. Synthesis, investigation and practical application in lithium batteries of some compounds based on vanadium oxides
  422. On the electrochemical behavior of magnesium electrodes in polar aprotic electrolyte solutions
  423. X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy Study of Surface Films Formed on Li Electrodes Freshly Prepared in Alkyl Carbonate Solutions
  424. The Study of Surface Film Formation on Noble-Metal Electrodes in Alkyl Carbonates/Li Salt Solutions, Using Simultaneous in Situ AFM, EQCM, FTIR, and EIS
  425. Dilute Graphite−Sulfates Intercalation Stages Studied by Simultaneous Application of Cyclic Voltammetry, Probe-Beam Deflection, In situ Resistometry, and X-ray Diffraction Techniques
  426. In Situ Micromorphological Studies of Li Electrodes by Atomic Force Microscopy in a Glove Box System
  427. Magnesium Deposition and Dissolution Processes in Ethereal Grignard Salt Solutions Using Simultaneous EQCM-EIS and In Situ FTIR Spectroscopy
  428. Organized Silica Microspheres Carrying Ferromagnetic Cobalt Nanoparticles as a Basis for Tip Arrays in Magnetic Force Microscopy
  429. The basic electroanalytical behavior of practical graphite–lithium intercalation electrodes
  430. Sol-Gel-Derived Carbon Ceramic Electrodes: A New Lithium Intercalation Anode
  431. Sol-Gel-Derived Carbon Ceramic Electrodes: A New Lithium Intercalation Anode
  432. Atomic force microscopy investigation of the surface topography and adhesion of nickel nanoparticles to submicrospherical silica
  433. Common Electroanalytical Behavior of Li Intercalation Processes into Graphite and Transition Metal Oxides
  434. The Correlation Between Charge/Discharge Rates and Morphology, Surface Chemistry, and Performance of Li Electrodes and the Connection to Cycle Life of Practical Batteries
  435. The preparation of metal-polymer composite materials using ultrasound radiation
  436. A Study of Lithium Deposition-Dissolution Processes in a Few Selected Electrolyte Solutions by Electrochemical Quartz Crystal Microbalance
  437. More details on the new LiMnO2 rechargeable battery technology developed at Tadiran
  438. The use of in situ Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy for the study of surface phenomena on electrodes in selected lithium battery electrolyte solutions
  439. Recent studies on the correlation between surface chemistry, morphology, three-dimensional structures and performance of Li and Li-C intercalation anodes in several important electrolyte systems
  440. Diffusion Coefficients of Lithium Ions during Intercalation into Graphite Derived from the Simultaneous Measurements and Modeling of Electrochemical Impedance and Potentiostatic Intermittent Titration Characteristics of Thin Graphite Electrodes
  441. Simultaneous Measurements and Modeling of the Electrochemical Impedance and the Cyclic Voltammetric Characteristics of Graphite Electrodes Doped with Lithium
  442. 5506068 Non-aqueous safe secondary cell
  443. Failure and Stabilization Mechanisms of Graphite Electrodes
  444. Morphological Studies of Li Deposition Processes in LiAsF[sub 6]∕PC Solutions by In Situ Atomic Force Microscopy
  445. The study of electrolyte solutions based on solvents from the “glyme” family (linear polyethers) for secondary Li battery systems
  446. The mechanism of lithium intercalation in graphite film electrodes in aprotic media. Part 2. Potentiostatic intermittent titration and in situ XRD studies of the solid-state ionic diffusion
  447. On the Electroanalytical Characterization of LixCoO2, LixNiO2 and LiMn2O4 (Spinel) Electrodes in Repeated Lithium Intercalation-Deintercalation Processes
  448. Recent Studies of Interfacial Phenomena which Determine the Electrochemical Behavior of Lithium and Lithiated Carbon Anodes with the Emphasis on In Situ Techniques
  449. The mechanism of lithium intercalation in graphite film electrodes in aprotic media. Part 1. High resolution slow scan rate cyclic voltammetric studies and modeling
  450. LiC(SO2CF3)3, a new salt for Li battery systems. A comparative study of Li and non-active metal electrodes in its ethereal solutions using in situ FTIR spectroscopy
  451. The Application of Atomic Force Microscopy for the Study of Li Deposition Processes
  452. Investigation of Graphite-Lithium Intercalation Anodes for Li-Ion Rechargeable Batteries
  453. A Comparative Study of Synthetic Graphite and Li Electrodes in Electrolyte Solutions Based on Ethylene Carbonate-Dimethyl Carbonate Mixtures
  454. Impedance Spectroscopy of Li Electrodes. 4. A General Simple Model of the Li−Solution Interphase in Polar Aprotic Systems
  455. X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy Studies of Lithium Surfaces Prepared in Several Important Electrolyte Solutions. A Comparison with Previous Studies by Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy
  456. The application of EQCM to the study of the electrochemical behavior of propylene carbonate solutions
  457. The correlation between the cycling efficiency, surface chemistry and morphology of Li electrodes in electrolyte solutions based on methyl formate
  458. Impedance spectroscopy of lithium and nickel electrodes in propylene carbonate solutions of different lithium salts A comparative study
  459. Performances and safety behaviour of rechargeable AA-size Li/LixMnO2 cell
  460. Recent studies of the lithium-liquid electrolyte interface Electrochemical, morphological and spectral studies of a few important systems
  461. The Study of Electrolyte Solutions Based on Ethylene and Diethyl Carbonates for Rechargeable Li Batteries
  462. Response to “Comment on ‘The Study of L-Graphite Intercalation Processes in Several Electrolyte Systems Using In Situ X-Ray Diffraction’” [J. Electrochem. Soc., 142, 1746]
  463. Studies of Li Anodes in the Electrolyte System 2Me-THF/THF/Me-Furan/LiAsF[sub 6]
  464. The Use of EQCM for the Study of Nonactive Metal Electrodes in Propylene Carbonate-LiAsF[sub 6] Solutions
  465. The Study of Electrolyte Solutions Based on Ethylene and Diethyl Carbonates for Rechargeable Li Batteries
  466. The Study of Li-Graphite Intercalation Processes in Several Electrolyte Systems Using In Situ X-Ray Diffraction
  467. The dependence of the performance of Li-C intercalation anodes for Li-ion secondary batteries on the electrolyte solution composition
  468. Impedance spectroscope of lithium electrodes
  469. Impedance spectroscopy of lithium electrodes
  470. The Surface Chemistry of Lithium Electrodes in Alkyl Carbonate Solutions
  471. Impedance Spectroscopy of Nonactive Metal Electrodes at Low Potentials in Propylene Carbonate Solutions
  472. The Correlation Between the Surface Chemistry and the Performance of Li-Carbon Intercalation Anodes for Rechargeable ‘Rocking-Chair’ Type Batteries
  473. Correlation between surface chemistry, morphology, cycling efficiency and interfacial properties of Li electrodes in solutions containing different Li salts
  474. Spectroscopic studies of lithium in an ultrahigh vacuum system
  475. Impedance spectroscopy of lithium electrodes
  476. Electrochemical and spectroscopic studies of carbon electrodes in lithium battery electrolyte systems
  477. The Study of Surface Films Formed on Lithium and Noble Metal Electrodes in Polar Aprotic Systems By the Use of In Situ Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy
  478. In situ FTIR Spectroelectrochemical Studies of Surface Films Formed on Li and Nonactive Electrodes at Low Potentials in Li Salt Solutions Containing CO[sub 2]
  479. The behaviour of lithium electrodes in propylene and ethylene carbonate: Te major factors that influence Li cycling efficiency
  480. Surface chemistry of lithium in 1,3-dioxolane
  481. Identification of surface films formed on active metals and nonactive metal electrodes at low potentials in methyl formate solutions
  482. Solutions of LiAsF6 in 1,3-dioxolane for secondary lithium batteries
  483. The electrochemical behaviour of 2-methyltetrahydrofuran solutions
  484. The Behavior of Lithium Electrodes in Mixtures of Alkyl Carbonates and Ethers
  485. The Electrochemical Behavior of Calcium Electrodes in a Few Organic Electrolytes
  486. The electrochemical behavior of 1,3-dioxolane—LiClO4 solutions—II. Contaminated solutions
  487. The electrochemical behaviour of 1,3-dioxolane—LiClO4 solutions—I. Uncontaminated solutions
  488. The electrochemical behavior of selected polar aprotic systems
  489. Identification of Surface Films Formed on Lithium Surfaces in γ-Butyrolactone Solutions
  490. Identification of Surface Films Formed on Lithium Surfaces in γ-Butyrolactone Solutions
  491. The Electrochemical Behavior of Lithium Salt Solutions of γ-Butyrolactone with Noble Metal Electrodes
  492. The Correlation Between Surface Chemistry, Surface Morphology, and Cycling Efficiency of Lithium Electrodes in a Few Polar Aprotic Systems
  493. Identification of Surface Films Formed on Lithium in Dimethoxyethane and Tetrahydrofuran Solutions
  494. Identification of Surface Films Formed on Lithium in Propylene Carbonate Solutions
  495. Formation and stability of alkoxyimidates in the cyclobutane bicyclobutane system
  496. Cyclobutane-bicyclobutane system. 8. Nucleophilic "addition-elimination" displacements on activated bicyclobutanes
  497. Cyclobutane-bicyclobutane system. 2. Ionic bicyclobutane as an intermediate in the reaction of PhS- with 3-halobicyclobutanecarbonitrile: comparison between thio- and oxycarbenium ions
  498. An unusual case of proton removal from an oxacarbenium ion
  499. Cyclobutane-bicyclobutane systems. 5. Zwitterionic bicyclobutane: an intermediate in the course of nucleophilic vinylic-like substitution reaction on 3-halobicyclobutanecarbonitrile
  500. An unexpected β-elimination from 3,3-Difluorocyclobutanecarbonitrile.
  501. Cyclobutane-bicyclobutane system. 3. Free, hydrogen-bonded, and cation-stabilized carbanions .alpha. to a cyano group in a cyclobutane ring
  502. Cyclobutane-bicyclobutane system—I
  503. Far-infrared absorption of large electron-hole drops in stressed Ge
  504. Far-infrared EPR of Al 2 O 3 : Mn 3 + and γ -irradiated ruby
  505. Advanced Liquid Electrolyte Solutions
  506. Electrochemistry of Electronically Conducting Polymers
  507. Superhydrophobic Metallic Surfaces And Their Wetting Properties