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  1. Structural effects of the iron/manganese ratio in Li-doped layered oxide cathodes for sodium-ion batteries
  2. A novel potassium‐containing layered oxide for the cathode of sodium‐ion batteries
  3. High‐performance Ni‐free sustainable cathode Na0.67Mg0.05Fe0.1Mn0.85O2 for sodium‐ion batteries
  4. The crystal chemistry and reactivity of ternary Na2Fe3Cl8 from the NaCl-FeCl2 system and its potential application as coating layer for cathode in sodium ion batteries
  5. A facile procedure to improve the performance of food-waste-derived carbons in sodium-ion batteries
  6. Review and New Perspectives on Non-Layered Manganese Compounds as Electrode Material for Sodium-Ion Batteries
  7. Calcium-Ion Batteries
  8. New insights on the reaction mechanism and charge contribution of NaNiF3 perovskite as an anode for sodium-ion batteries
  9. Optimized synthesis of Na2/3Ni1/3Mn2/3O2 as cathode for sodium-ion batteries by rapid microwave calcination
  10. Microwave calcination as a novel route to prepare high performance Mg-doped Na2/3Ni1/3Mn2/3O2 cathodes for sodium-ion batteries
  11. Sustainable, low Ni-containing Mg-doped layered oxides as cathodes for sodium-ion batteries
  12. Marine shrimp/tin waste as a negative electrode for rechargeable sodium-ion batteries
  13. Exploring hybrid Mg2+/H+ reactions of C@MgMnSiO4 with boosted voltage in magnesium-ion batteries
  14. Iron substitution in Na4VMn(PO4)3 as a strategy for improving the electrochemical performance of sodium-ion batteries
  15. Reversible Multi-Electron Storage Enabled by Na5V(PO4)2F2 for Rechargeable Magnesium Batteries
  16. On the benefits of Cr substitution on Na4MnV(PO4)3 to improve the high voltage performance as cathode for sodium-ion batteries
  17. Corrigendum: CTAB-Assisted Synthesis of C@Na3V2(PO4)2F3 With Optimized Morphology for Application as Cathode Material for Na-Ion Batteries
  18. Effect of the Mn/V ratio to optimize the kinetic properties of Na3+xMnxV1-xCr(PO4)3 positive electrode for sodium-ion batteries
  19. A dual vanadium substitution strategy for improving NASICON-type cathode materials for Na-ion batteries
  20. Iron Oxide–Iron Sulfide Hybrid Nanosheets as High-Performance Conversion-Type Anodes for Sodium-Ion Batteries
  21. Waste Pd/Fish-Collagen as anode for energy storage
  22. Influence of Cosurfactant on the Synthesis of Surface‐Modified Na 2/3 Ni 1/3 Mn 2/3 O 2 as a Cathode for Sodium‐Ion Batteries
  23. A theoretical and experimental study of hexagonal molybdenum trioxide as dual-ion electrode for rechargeable magnesium battery
  24. Inorganic solids for dual magnesium and sodium battery electrodes
  25. Increasing Energy Density with Capacity Preservation by Aluminum Substitution in Sodium Vanadium Phosphate
  26. Sustainable and Environmentally Friendly Na and Mg Aqueous Hybrid Batteries Using Na and K Birnessites
  27. Highly dispersed oleic-induced nanometric C@Na3V2(PO4)2F3 composites for efficient Na-ion batteries
  28. Theoretical and Experimental Study on the Electrochemical Behavior of Beta-Sodium Vanadate in Rechargeable Magnesium Batteries Using Several Electrolyte Solutions
  29. Effect of chromium doping on Na3V2(PO4)2F3@C as promising positive electrode for sodium-ion batteries
  30. CTAB-Assisted Synthesis of C@Na3V2(PO4)2F3 With Optimized Morphology for Application as Cathode Material for Na-Ion Batteries
  31. Superior electrochemical performance of TiO2 sodium-ion battery anodes in diglyme-based electrolyte solution
  32. On the use of guanidine hydrochloride soft template in the synthesis of Na2/3Ni1/3Mn2/3O2 cathodes for sodium-ion batteries
  33. On the Beneficial Effect of MgCl2 as Electrolyte Additive to Improve the Electrochemical Performance of Li4Ti5O12 as Cathode in Mg Batteries
  34. Morphological adaptability of graphitic carbon nanofibers to enhance sodium insertion in a diglyme-based electrolyte
  35. Exploring the high-voltage Mg2+/Na+ co-intercalation reaction of Na3VCr(PO4)3 in Mg-ion batteries
  36. Sodium storage behavior of Na0.66Ni0.33˗xZnxMn0.67O2 (x = 0, 0.07 and 0.14) positive materials in diglyme-based electrolytes
  37. On the influence of particle morphology to provide high performing chemically desodiated C@NaV2(PO4)3 as cathode for rechargeable magnesium batteries
  38. Applicability of Molybdite as an Electrode Material in Calcium Batteries: A Structural Study of Layer-type CaxMoO3
  39. On the Mechanism of Magnesium Storage in Micro- and Nano-Particulate Tin Battery Electrodes
  40. On the Mechanism of Magnesium Storage in Micro- and Nano-Particulate Tin Battery Electrodes
  41. NASICON-type Na3V2(PO4)3 as a new positive electrode material for rechargeable aluminium battery
  42. Exploring an Aluminum Ion Battery Based on Molybdite as Working Electrode and Ionic Liquid as Electrolyte
  43. On the Effect of Silicon Substitution in Na3 V2 (PO4 )3 on the Electrochemical Behavior as Cathode for Sodium-Ion Batteries
  44. Nanometric P2-Na2/3Fe1/3Mn2/3O2 with controlled morphology as cathode for sodium-ion batteries
  45. Insight into the Electrochemical Sodium Insertion of Vanadium Superstoichiometric NASICON Phosphate
  46. Na3V2(PO4)3 as electrode material for rechargeable magnesium batteries: a case of sodium-magnesium hybrid battery
  47. Electrochemical Interaction of Few-Layer Molybdenum Disulfide Composites vs Sodium: New Insights on the Reaction Mechanism
  48. Induced Rate Performance Enhancement in Off-Stoichiometric Na3+3x V2−x (PO4 )3 with Potential Applicability as the Cathode for Sodium-Ion Batteries
  49. Treasure Na-ion anode from trash coke by adept electrolyte selection
  50. Improved Surface Stability of C+MxOy@Na3V2(PO4)3 Prepared by Ultrasonic Method as Cathode for Sodium-Ion Batteries
  51. On the Reliability of Sodium Co-Intercalation in Expanded Graphite Prepared by Different Methods as Anodes for Sodium-Ion Batteries
  52. On the effect of carbon content for achieving a high performing Na3V2(PO4)3/C nanocomposite as cathode for sodium-ion batteries
  53. On the correlation between the porous structure and the electrochemical response of powdered and monolithic carbon aerogels as electrodes for capacitive deionization
  54. Na 3 V 2 (PO 4 ) 3 /C Nanorods with Improved Electrode–Electrolyte Interface As Cathode Material for Sodium-Ion Batteries
  55. ChemInform Abstract: High-Performance Na3V2(PO4)3/C Cathode for Sodium-Ion Batteries Prepared by a Ball-Milling-Assisted Method.
  56. Advancing towards a veritable calcium-ion battery: CaCo2O4 positive electrode material
  57. High-Performance Na3V2(PO4)3/C Cathode for Sodium-Ion Batteries Prepared by a Ball-Milling-Assisted Method
  58. Mn-Containing N-Doped Monolithic Carbon Aerogels with Enhanced Macroporosity as Electrodes for Capacitive Deionization
  59. Enhanced high-rate performance of manganese substituted Na3V2(PO4)3/C as cathode for sodium-ion batteries
  60. Truly quasi-solid-state lithium cells utilizing carbonate free polymer electrolytes on engineered LiFePO 4
  61. On the use of diatomite as antishrinkage additive in the preparation of monolithic carbon aerogels
  62. Enhancing the energy density of safer Li-ion batteries by combining high-voltage lithium cobalt fluorophosphate cathodes and nanostructured titania anodes
  63. Synthesis of Porous and Mechanically Compliant Carbon Aerogels Using Conductive and Structural Additives
  64. Exploring a Li-ion battery using surface modified titania nanotubes versus high voltage cathode nanowires
  65. Reversible intercalation of aluminium into vanadium pentoxide xerogel for aqueous rechargeable batteries
  66. Nanobelts of Beta-Sodium Vanadate as Electrode for Magnesium and Dual Magnesium-Sodium Batteries
  67. Influence of Solvent Evaporation Rate in the Preparation of Carbon-Coated Lithium Iron Phosphate Cathode Films on Battery Performance
  68. Effect of the degree of porosity on the performance of poly(vinylidene fluoride-trifluoroethylene)/poly(ethylene oxide) blend membranes for lithium-ion battery separators
  69. Self-organized sodium titanate/titania nanoforest for the negative electrode of sodium-ion microbatteries
  70. Effect of aluminum doping on carbon loaded Na3V2(PO4)3 as cathode material for sodium-ion batteries
  71. High Performance Full Sodium-Ion Cell Based on a Nanostructured Transition Metal Oxide as Negative Electrode
  72. P3-Type Layered Sodium-Deficient Nickel-Manganese Oxides: A Flexible Structural Matrix for Reversible Sodium and Lithium Intercalation
  73. Self-assembled Li4Ti5O12/TiO2/Li3PO4 for integrated Li–ion microbatteries
  74. On the use of carbon black loaded nitrogen-doped carbon aerogel for the electrosorption of sodium chloride from saline water
  75. Relationships between the length of self-organized titania nanotube, adsorbed solvents and its electrochemical reaction with lithium
  76. Ordered mesoporous titanium oxide for thin film microbatteries with enhanced lithium storage
  77. High-intensity ultrasonication as a way to prepare graphene/amorphous iron oxyhydroxide hybrid electrode with high capacity in lithium battery
  78. LiFePO4 particle conductive composite strategies for improving cathode rate capability
  79. Benefits of Chromium Substitution in Na3V2(PO4)3as a Potential Candidate for Sodium-Ion Batteries
  80. N-doped monolithic carbon aerogel electrodes with optimized features for the electrosorption of ions
  81. Mesoporous carbon black-aerogel composites with optimized properties for the electro-assisted removal of sodium chloride from brackish water
  82. Effect of Iron Substitution in the Electrochemical Performance of Na3V2(PO4)3 as Cathode for Na-Ion Batteries
  83. A fractal-like electrode based on double-wall nanotubes of anatase exhibiting improved electrochemical behaviour in both lithium and sodium batteries
  84. Judicious design of lithium iron phosphate electrodes using poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) for high performance batteries
  85. Electrochemical and chemical insertion/deinsertion of magnesium in spinel-type MgMn2O4 and lambda-MnO2 for both aqueous and non-aqueous magnesium-ion batteries
  86. Computational and Experimental investigation of Nalipoite-Li2APO4 (A = Na, K) electrolytes for Li-ion batteries
  87. Self-Organized, Anatase, Double-Walled Nanotubes Prepared by Anodization under Voltage Ramp as Negative Electrode for Aqueous Sodium-Ion Batteries
  88. Improving the Electrochemistry of Anatase for Sodium Ion Batteries by Using Self-Organized TiO2 Nanotubes Prepared by Anodization under Variable Voltage
  89. Improved lithium-ion transport in NASICON-type lithium titanium phosphate by calcium and iron doping
  90. Microwave-assisted hydrothermal synthesis of magnetite nanoparticles with potential use as anode in lithium ion batteries
  91. Improved electro-assisted removal of phosphates and nitrates using mesoporous carbon aerogels with controlled porosity
  92. Effect of the resorcinol/catalyst ratio in the capacitive performance of carbon xerogels with potential use in sodium chloride removal from saline water
  93. A novel method for metal oxide deposition on carbon aerogels with potential application in capacitive deionization of saline water
  94. Improving the Performance of Titania Nanotube Battery Materials by Surface Modification with Lithium Phosphate
  95. ChemInform Abstract: An Unnoticed Inorganic Solid Electrolyte: Dilithium Sodium Phosphate with the Nalipoite Structure.
  96. High reversible sodium insertion into iron substituted Na1+xTi2−xFex(PO4)3
  97. An Unnoticed Inorganic Solid Electrolyte: Dilithium Sodium Phosphate with the Nalipoite Structure
  98. Self-organized amorphous titania nanotubes with deposited graphene film like a new heterostructured electrode for lithium ion batteries
  99. Electrodeposition of copper–tin nanowires on Ti foils for rechargeable lithium micro-batteries with high energy density
  100. Microstructure of the epitaxial film of anatase nanotubes obtained at high voltage and the mechanism of its electrochemical reaction with sodium
  101. Improving the cycling performance of LiFePO4 cathode material by poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiopene) coating
  102. Electrochemical in battery polymerization of poly(alkylenedioxythiophene) over lithium iron phosphate for high-performance cathodes
  103. Influence of composition modification on Ca0.5−xMgxTi2(PO4)3 (0.0≤x≤0.5) nanoparticles as electrodes for lithium batteries
  104. Towards an all-solid-state battery: Preparation of conversion anodes by electrodeposition–oxidation processes
  105. Electrosorption of environmental concerning anions on a highly porous carbon aerogel
  106. Applications of Mössbauer Spectroscopy in The Study of Lithium Battery Materials
  107. Tunable Ti 4+ /Ti 3+ Redox Potential in the Presence of Iron and Calcium in NASICON-Type Related Phosphates as Electrodes for Lithium Batteries
  108. Controlled Growth and Application in Lithium and Sodium Batteries of High-Aspect-Ratio, Self-Organized Titania Nanotubes
  109. Optimization of tin intermetallics and composite electrodes for lithium-ion batteries obtained by sonochemical synthesis
  110. Structural and comparative electrochemical study of M(II) oxalates, M = Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, Cu, Zn
  111. Improved coulombic efficiency in nanocomposite thin film based on electrodeposited-oxidized FeNi-electrodes for lithium-ion batteries
  112. 119Sn Mössbauer spectroscopy analysis of Sn–Co–C composites prepared from a Fuel Oil Pyrolysis precursor as anodes for Li-ion batteries
  113. Improving the Electrochemical Properties of Self-Organized Titanium Dioxide Nanotubes in Lithium Batteries by Surface Polyacrylonitrile Electropolymerization
  114. Transition metal oxide thin films with improved reversibility as negative electrodes for sodium-ion batteries
  115. Electrodeposited CoSn2 on nickel open-cell foam: advancing towards high power lithium ion and sodium ion batteries
  116. Improving the electrochemical performance of titanium phosphate-based electrodes in sodium batteries by lithium substitution
  117. Unfolding the role of iron in Li-ion conversion electrode materials by 57Fe Mössbauer spectroscopy
  118. Nanoscale Tin Heterostructures for Improved Energy Storage in Lithium Batteries
  119. Improved Energy Storage Solution Based on Hybrid Oxide Materials
  120. New mixed transition metal oxysalts as negative electrode materials for lithium-ion batteries
  121. Long-Length Titania Nanotubes Obtained by High-Voltage Anodization and High-Intensity Ultrasonication for Superior Capacity Electrode
  122. In Situ X-ray Diffraction Study of Electrochemical Insertion in Mg0.5Ti2(PO4)3: An Electrode Material for Lithium or Sodium Batteries
  123. Electrochemical performance of the lithium insertion in Mn0.5−xCoxTi2(PO4)3/C composites (x=0, 0.25, and 0.5) as electrode material for lithium batteries
  124. A Functionalized Co2P Negative Electrode for Batteries Demanding High Li-Potential Reaction
  125. Lithium Storage Mechanisms and Effect of Partial Cobalt Substitution in Manganese Carbonate Electrodes
  126. Electrochemical response of carbon aerogel electrodes in saline water
  127. Nanocrystalline CoSn2-carbon composite electrode prepared by using sonochemistry
  128. Preparation and Characterization of Intermetallic Nanoparticles for Lithium Ion Batteries
  129. Chromium substitution in ion exchanged Li3Fe2(PO4)3 and the effects on the electrochemical behavior as cathodes for lithium batteries
  130. The influence of iron substitution on the electrochemical properties of Li1+xTi2−xFex(PO4)3/C composites as electrodes for lithium batteries
  131. Novel fabrication technologies of 1D TiO2 nanotubes, vertical tin and iron-based nanowires for Li-ion microbatteries
  132. Improving the cyclability of sodium-ion cathodes by selection of electrolyte solvent
  133. Electrodeposited Polyacrylonitrile and Cobalt-Tin Composite Thin Film on Titanium Substrate
  134. Oxidized FeCoNi alloys as novel anode in Li-ion batteries
  135. CoSn-graphite electrode material prepared by using the polyol method and high-intensity ultrasonication
  136. Unfolding the role of iron in Li-ion conversion electrode materials by 57Fe Mössbauer spectroscopy
  137. Nanostructured TiO2 Materials for New-Generation Li-Ion Batteries
  138. “Give Energy to Your Study”: Students Worldwide Gather in Europe To Design Future Materials for Energy Storage and Conversion
  139. The electrochemical behavior of low-temperature synthesized FeSn2 nanoparticles as anode materials for Li-ion batteries
  140. A 57Fe Mössbauer spectroscopy study of cobalt ferrite conversion electrodes for Li-ion batteries
  141. A facile carbothermal preparation of Sn–Co–C composite electrodes for Li-ion batteries using low-cost carbons
  142. Recent advances in nanocrystalline intermetallic tin compounds for the negative electrode of lithium ion batteries
  143. Nanostructured Electrodes for Lithium Ion Batteries
  144. A new form of manganese carbonate for the negative electrode of lithium-ion batteries
  145. Comparative study of composite electrodes containing tin, polyacrylonitrile and cobalt or iron
  146. Nanocrystalline Fe1−xCoxSn2 solid solutions prepared by reduction of salts in tetraethylene glycol
  147. Synergistic effects of transition metal substitution in conversion electrodes for lithium-ion batteries
  148. Tin-Based composite Materials Fabricated by Anodic Oxidation for the Negative Electrode of Li-Ion Batteries
  149. FeSn2-Polyacrylonitrile Electrode Obtained by Using High-Intensity Ultrasonication
  150. NiMn2−xFexO4 prepared by a reverse micelles method as conversion anode materials for Li-ion batteries
  151. The Origin of Capacity Fading in NiFe 2 O 4 Conversion Electrodes for Lithium Ion Batteries Unfolded by 57 Fe Mössbauer Spectroscopy
  152. On the role of faradaic and capacitive contributions in the electrochemical performance of CoFe2O4 as conversion anode for Li-ion cells
  153. On the electrochemical performance of anthracite-based graphite materials as anodes in lithium-ion batteries
  154. Electron Paramagnetic Resonance, X-ray Diffraction, Mössbauer Spectroscopy, and Electrochemical Studies on Nanocrystalline FeSn 2 Obtained by Reduction of Salts in Tetraethylene Glycol
  155. Cobalt and tin oxalates and PAN mixture as a new electrode material for lithium ion batteries
  156. Nanoarchitectured TiO 2 /SnO: A Future Negative Electrode for High Power Density Li-Ion Microbatteries?
  157. On the use of the reverse micelles synthesis of nanomaterials for lithium-ion batteries
  158. A novel architectured negative electrode based on titania nanotube and iron oxide nanowire composites for Li-ion microbatteries
  159. PAN-Encapsulated Nanocrystalline CoSn[sub 2] Particles as Negative Electrode Active Material for Lithium-Ion Batteries
  160. 57 Fe Mössbauer Spectroscopy Study of the Electrochemical Reaction with Lithium of MFe 2 O 4 (M = Co and Cu) Electrodes
  161. Fe3+ and Ni3+ impurity distribution and electrochemical performance of LiCoO2 electrode materials for lithium ion batteries
  162. Polyacrylonitrile and cobalt–tin compounds based composite and its electrochemical properties in lithium ion batteries
  163. TiO2 nanotubes manufactured by anodization of Ti thin films for on-chip Li-ion 2D microbatteries
  164. Local Coordination of Fe 3+ in Layered LiCo 1− y Al y O 2 Oxides Determined by High-Frequency Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
  165. Cobalt Oxalate Nanoribbons as Negative-Electrode Material for Lithium-Ion Batteries
  166. Effect of the synthesis procedure on the local cationic distribution in layered LiNi1/2Mn1/2O2
  167. Tin Phosphate Electrode Materials Prepared by the Hydrolysis of Tin Halides for Application in Lithium Ion Battery
  168. On the use of transition metal oxysalts as conversion electrodes in lithium-ion batteries
  169. Effects of heteroatoms and nanosize on tin-based electrodes
  170. ChemInform Abstract: Alternative Li-Ion Battery Electrode Based on Self-Organized Titania Nanotubes.
  171. Sn–Co–C composites obtained from resorcinol-formaldehyde gel as anodes in lithium-ion batteries
  172. Electrochemical performance and local cationic distribution in layered LiNi1/2Mn1/2O2 electrodes for lithium ion batteries
  173. Alternative Li-Ion Battery Electrode Based on Self-Organized Titania Nanotubes
  174. Nanocomposite Electrode for Li-Ion Microbatteries Based on SnO on Nanotubular Titania Matrix
  175. Elucidation of Capacity Fading on CoFe[sub 2]O[sub 4] Conversion Electrodes for Lithium Batteries Based on [sup 57]Fe Mössbauer Spectroscopy
  176. Effect of oxidation on the performance of low-temperature petroleum cokes as anodes in lithium ion batteries
  177. Cationic distribution and electrochemical performance of LiCo1/3Ni1/3Mn1/3O2 electrodes for lithium-ion batteries
  178. Synthesis and Electrochemical Reaction with Lithium of Mesoporous Iron Oxalate Nanoribbons
  179. Local Effects of the Electrochemical Reaction of Lithium with Sn 2 ClPO 4 and SnHPO 4 : A Combined 31 P, 7 Li MAS NMR and 119 Sn Mossbauer Spectroscopy Study
  180. 119Sn Mössbauer spectroscopy: a powerful tool to unfold the reaction mechanism in advanced electrodes for lithium-ion batteries
  181. Structural and Electrochemical Properties of Micro- and Nano-Crystalline CoSn Electrode Materials
  182. A 57Fe Mössbauer spectroscopy study of iron nanoparticles obtained in situ in conversion ferrite electrodes
  183. A 57Fe Mössbauer spectroscopy study of iron nanoparticles obtained in situ in conversion ferrite electrodes
  184. 119Sn Mössbauer spectroscopy: a powerful tool to unfold the reaction mechanism in advanced electrodes for lithium-ion batteries
  185. X-ray absorption spectra of the spinel LiCu0.5Mn1.5O4
  186. Optimized Chemical Stability and Electrochemical Performance of LiFePO[sub 4] Composite Materials Obtained by ZnO Coating
  187. Electrochemical Reaction of Lithium with Nanocrystalline CoSn[sub 3]
  188. Cobalt Oxide Nanoparticles Prepared from Reverse Micelles as High-Capacity Electrode Materials for Li-Ion Cells
  189. Comparative analysis of the changes in local Ni/Mn environment in lithium–nickel–manganese oxides with layered and spinel structure during electrochemical extraction and reinsertion of lithium
  190. Sol–gel preparation of cobalt manganese mixed oxides for their use as electrode materials in lithium cells
  191. CoFe2O4 and NiFe2O4 synthesized by sol–gel procedures for their use as anode materials for Li ion batteries
  192. Electrochemical evaluation of CuFe2O4 samples obtained by sol–gel methods used as anodes in lithium batteries
  193. 57Fe Mössbauer Spectroscopy and Electron Microscopy Study of Metal Extraction from CuFe2O4 Electrodes in Lithium Cells
  194. High-Performance Transition Metal Mixed Oxides in Conversion Electrodes:  A Combined Spectroscopic and Electrochemical Study
  195. Submicronic particles of manganese carbonate prepared in reverse micelles: A new electrode material for lithium-ion batteries
  196. New tin-based materials containing cobalt and carbon for lithium-ion batteries
  197. Effect of the high pressure on the structure and intercalation properties of lithium–nickel–manganese oxides
  198. Tin–carbon composites as anodic material in Li-ion batteries obtained by copyrolysis of petroleum vacuum residue and SnO2
  199. Formation and Oxidation of Nanosized Metal Particles by Electrochemical Reaction of Li and Na with NiCo2O4:  X-ray Absorption Spectroscopic Study
  200. Unfolding Tin–Cobalt Interactions in Oxide-Based Composite Electrodes for Li-Ion Batteries by Mössbauer Spectroscopy
  201. Lithium Insertion into Modified Conducting Domains of Graphitized Carbon Nanotubes
  202. Electrochemical Lithium and Sodium Reactions with Carbon Microspheres Obtained by Polycondensation
  203. Improved Electrochemical Performance of Tin Dioxide Using a Tin Phosphate-Based Coating
  204. Changes in the Mechanism of Lithium Extraction by Metal Substitution in High-Voltage Spinel Electrodes
  205. Electrochemical improvement of low-temperature petroleum cokes by chemical oxidation with H2O2 for their use as anodes in lithium ion batteries
  206. Influence of the oxidative stabilisation treatment time on the electrochemical performance of anthracene oils cokes as electrode materials for lithium batteries
  207. EPR studies of Li deintercalation from LiCoMnO4 spinel-type electrode active material
  208. Iron–carbon composites as electrode materials in lithium batteries
  209. X-ray Absorption Spectroscopic Study of LiCoO2 as the Negative Electrode of Lithium-Ion Batteries
  210. EPR, NMR, and Electrochemical Studies of Surface-Modified Carbon Microbeads
  211. Electrochemical and 119Sn Mössbauer studies of the reaction of Co2SnO4 with lithium
  212. Structure and Lithium Extraction Mechanism in LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 after Double Substitution with Iron and Titanium
  213. Changes in local Ni/Mn environment in layered LiMgxNi0.5−xMn0.5O2(0 ≤ x ≤ 0.10) after electrochemical extraction and reinsertion of lithium
  214. On the Mechanism of the Electrochemical Reaction of Tin Phosphide with Lithium
  215. Modification of the Electrochemical Behavior of Carbon Nanofibers for Lithium-Ion Batteries by Impregnation, and Thermal and Hydrothermal Treatments
  216. Rotor blade grinding and re-annealing of LiCoO2: SEM, XPS, EIS and electrochemical study
  217. Photoelectron Spectroscopic Study of the Reaction of Li and Na with NiCo 2 O 4
  218. High-pressure synthesis and electrochemical behavior of layered oxides
  219. Effect of oxidative stabilization on the electrochemical performance of carbon mesophases as electrode materials for lithium batteries
  220. Synergistic Effects of Double Substitution in LiNi[sub 0.5−y]Fe[sub y]Mn[sub 1.5]O[sub 4] Spinel as 5 V Cathode Materials
  221. Optimization of the Electrochemical Behavior of Vapor Grown Carbon Nanofibers for Lithium-Ion Batteries by Impregnation, and Thermal and Hydrothermal Treatments
  222. Influence of oxidative stabilization on the electrochemical behaviour of coal tar pitch derived carbons in lithium batteries
  223. Composite electrode materials for lithium-ion batteries obtained by metal oxide addition to petroleum vacuum residua
  224. Carbon Microspheres Obtained from Resorcinol-Formaldehyde as High-Capacity Electrodes for Sodium-Ion Batteries
  225. Chemical and Electrochemical Li-Insertion into the Li 4 Ti 5 O 12 Spinel
  226. 57Fe Mössbauer spectroscopy and surface modification with zinc and magnesium of LiCo0.8Fe0.2MnO4 5V electrodes
  227. X-ray diffraction and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy study of zinc coated LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 electrodes
  228. Understanding the voltage profile of Li insertion into LiNi0.5−yFeyMn1.5O4 in Li cells
  229. Composition and electrochemical properties of LiCu x Mn2?x O4 and LiCu0.5?y Al y Mn1.5O4
  230. Local Coordination of Low-Spin Ni 3+ Probes in Trigonal LiAl y Co 1- y O 2 Monitored by HF-EPR
  231. Changes in the Local Structure of LiMg y Ni 0.5 - y Mn 1.5 O 4 Electrode Materials during Lithium Extraction
  232. Layered solid solutions of LiNi1−xCoxO2with α-LiGaO2obtained under high oxygen pressure
  233. Lithium insertion mechanism in CoSb3analysed by121Sb Mössbauer spectrometry, X-ray absorption spectroscopy and electronic structure calculations
  234. Nanodispersed iron, tin and antimony in vapour grown carbon fibres for lithium batteries: an EPR and electrochemical study
  235. Modification of Petroleum Coke for Lithium-Ion Batteries by Heat-Treatment with Iron Oxide
  236. New LiNi[sub y]Co[sub 1−2y]Mn[sub 1+y]O[sub 4] Spinel Oxide Solid Solutions as 5 V Electrode Material for Li-Ion Batteries
  237. Lithium/nickel mixing in the transition metal layers of lithium nickelate: high-pressure synthesis of layered Li[LixNi1−x]O2 oxides as cathode materials for lithium-ion batteries
  238. Structural and Electrochemical Study of New LiNi 0.5 Ti x Mn 1.5- x O 4 Spinel Oxides for 5-V Cathode Materials
  239. Lithium insertion mechanism in Sb-based electrode materials from 121Sb Mössbauer spectrometry
  240. Electron Paramagnetic Resonance and Solid-State NMR Study of Cation Distribution in LiGa y Co 1 - y O 2 and Effects on the Electrochemical Oxidation
  241. Electrochemical, 6 Li MAS NMR, and X-ray and Neutron Diffraction Study of LiCo x Fe y Mn 2-( x + y ) O 4 Spinel Oxides for High-Voltage Cathode Materials
  242. Thermal transformations of iron-substituted lithium nickelate studied by in situ X-ray diffraction
  243. Inorganic materials for the negative electrode of lithium-ion batteries: state-of-the-art and future prospects
  244. Electrochemical, textural and microstructural effects of mechanical grinding on graphitized petroleum coke for lithium and sodium batteries
  245. Changes in oxidation state and magnetic order of iron atoms during the electrochemical reaction of lithium with NiFe2O4
  246. X-ray Diffraction, 7 Li MAS NMR Spectroscopy, and 119 Sn Mössbauer Spectroscopy Study of SnSb-Based Electrode Materials
  247. NiCo 2 O 4 Spinel:  First Report on a Transition Metal Oxide for the Negative Electrode of Sodium-Ion Batteries
  248. New NixMg6−xMnO8 Mixed Oxides as Active Materials for the Negative Electrode of Lithium-Ion Cells
  249. Increasing Cluster Correlations during Electrochemical Insertion Unfolded by the Correlation Correction Factor in the Frame of the Cluster Variation Method
  250. Electrochemical reaction of lithium with CoP3
  251. Evaluation of discharge and cycling properties of skutterudite-type Co1−2yFeyNiySb3 compounds in lithium cells
  252. Optimizing preparation conditions for 5 V electrode performance, and structural changes in Li1−xNi0.5Mn1.5O4 spinel
  253. High-pressure synthesis of Ga-substituted LiCoO2with layered crystal structure
  254. Cation order/disorder in lithium transition-metal oxides as insertion electrodes for lithium-ion batteries
  255. EPR study on petroleum cokes annealed at different temperatures and used in lithium and sodium batteries
  256. Negative Electrodes for Lithium- and Sodium-Ion Batteries Obtained by Heat-Treatment of Petroleum Cokes below 1000°C
  257. Li-to-Network Interaction in Electrochemically Lithiated Tin Hydrogen Phosphate
  258. Improvement of the Electrochemical Performance of LiCoPO[sub 4] 5 V Material Using a Novel Synthesis Procedure
  259. Electrochemical reactions of lithium with Li2ZnGe and Li2ZnSi
  260. Carbon black: a promising electrode material for sodium-ion batteries
  261. SnHPO4: a promising precursor for active material as negative electrode in Li-ion cells
  262. Cobalt(III) Effect on 27 Al NMR Chemical Shifts in LiAl x Co 1 - x O 2
  263. Tin oxalate as a precursor of tin dioxide and electrode materials for lithium-ion batteries
  264. Electrochemical reactions of polycrystalline CrSb2 in lithium batteries
  265. Co/Mn distribution and electrochemical intercalation of Li into Li[Mn2−yCoy]O4 spinels, 0
  266. Key factors controlling the electrochemical performance of the cation-deficient mixed spinel oxide Mn2.2Co0.27O4 as cathode in 3 V rechargeable lithium batteries
  267. SnO reduction in lithium cells: study by X-ray absorption, 119Sn Mössbauer spectroscopy and X-ray diffraction
  268. Preparation, Sintering, and Electrochemical Properties of Tin Dioxide and Al-Doped Tin Dioxides Obtained from Citrate Precursors
  269. Electrochemical and 119Sn Mössbauer study of sulfospinels as anode materials for lithium-ion batteries
  270. X-ray and neutron diffraction, 57Fe Mössbauer spectroscopy and X-ray absorption spectroscopy studies of iron-substituted lithium cobaltate
  271. Effects of Partial Acid Delithiation on the Electrochemical Lithium Insertion Properties of Nickel-Stabilized LiMn2O4 Spinel Oxides
  272. Aluminium coordination in LiNi1−yAlyO2 solid solutions
  273. Characterisation of mesocarbon microbeads (MCMB) as active electrode material in lithium and sodium cells
  274. Chemical delithiation, thermal transformations and electrochemical behaviour of iron- substituted lithium nickelate.
  275. On the Structure and Electrochemical Reactions with Lithium of Tin(II) Phosphate Chloride
  276. Electrochemical proton insertion in Mn2.2Co0.27O4 from aqueous borate solution
  277. Nickel-stabilized composite manganese oxides as lithium insertion electrodes
  278. Structural Characterization and Electrochemical Reactions with Lithium of Cu 2 CoTi x Sn 3- x S 8 Solid Solutions
  279. X-ray diffraction, 57Fe Mössbauer and step potential electrochemical spectroscopy study of LiFeyCo1−yO2 compounds
  280. Recent advances in the study of layered lithium transition metal oxides and their application as intercalation electrodes
  281. Electrochemical reaction of lithium with the CoSb3 skutterudite
  282. Cation deficient Cu4−xGeCo4Sn12S32 thiospinels: electrochemical behaviour and induced structural modifications
  283. Electrochemical Sodium Insertion into MnCo Oxide
  284. Electrochemical lithium and sodium intercalation into the tantalum-rich layered chalcogenides Ta2Se and Ta2Te3
  285. 13 C, 1 H, 6 Li Magic-Angle Spinning Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Electron Paramagnetic Resonance, and Fourier Transform Infrared Study of Intercalation Electrodes Based in Ultrasoft Carbons Obtained below 3100 K
  286. New doped Li-M-Mn-O (M = Al, Fe, Ni) spinels as cathodes for rechargeable 3 V lithium batteries
  287. Electrochemical lithium and sodium intercalation into TaFe 1.25 Te 3
  288. SPES, 6Li MAS NMR, and Ni3+ EPR evidence for the formation of Co2+-containing spinel phases in LiCoO2 cycled electrode materials
  289. Structural Modifications and Electrochemical Behavior of Lithium-Inserted In16Fe8S32
  290. Electrochemical lithium insertion in a cation deficient thiospinel Cu3.31GeFe4Sn12S32
  291. X-ray Diffraction, EPR, and 6 Li and 27 Al MAS NMR Study of LiAlO 2 −LiCoO 2 Solid Solutions
  292. Changes in Structure and Cathode Performance with Composition and Preparation Temperature of Lithium Cobalt Nickel Oxide
  293. Structure and Electrochemical Properties of Boron-Doped LiCoO2
  294. Structural and Local Environment Modifications in a Chemically Lithiated Iron Thiospinel
  295. Lithium−Nickel Citrate Precursors for the Preparation of LiNiO 2 Insertion Electrodes
  296. Novel layered chalcogenides as electrode materials for lithium-ion batteries
  297. Local environment of tin in layeredSnSe2xS2(1−x)compounds by119Sn Mössbauer spectroscopy
  298. 121Sb Mössbauer and X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy Studies of the Electronic Structure of Some Antimony Misfit Layer Compounds
  299. EPR studies of Li1−x(NiyCo1−y)1+xO2 solid solutions
  300. Ultrafine layered LiCoO2 obtained from citrate precursors
  301. Synthesis and Electrochemical Characterization of a New Li-Co-Mn-O Spinel Phase for Rechargeable Lithium Batteries
  302. SnSeyS2 − y cathodic materials in lithium and sodium cells
  303. New tin-containing spinel sulfide electrodes for ambient temperature rocking chair cells
  304. Sodium Intercalation into (PbS)1.18(TiS2)2Misfit Layer Compound
  305. Microstructure and intercalation properties of petrol cokes obtained at 1400°C
  306. A Mössbauer-effect investigation of some electrochemically inserted lithium thiospinels
  307. Lithium intercalation and copper extraction in spinel sulfides of general formula Cu2MSn3S8(M = Mn, Fe, Co, Ni)
  308. Intercalation of n-alkylamines into misfit layer sulfides
  309. Low-temperature mixed spinel oxides as lithium insertion compounds
  310. Lithium−Cobalt Citrate Precursors in the Preparation of Intercalation Electrode Materials
  311. Electrochemical studies of lithium and sodium intercalation in MoSe2
  312. Electrochemical Characteristics of Crystalline and Amorphous SnS[sub 2] in Lithium Cells
  313. 125Te Mössbauer spectroscopic study of layered transition metal ditellurides with interlayer communication
  314. Raman study and lattice dynamics calculation of the misfit layer compound (PbS)1.12VS2
  315. Diffraction and XPS Studies of Misfit Layer Chalcogenides Intercalated with Cobaltocene
  316. Structural, Thermodynamic, and Kinetic Properties of Alkali-Metal Intercalation into Group 5 Metal Ditellurides
  317. 119Sn Moessbauer Spectroscopy of Some Misfit Layer Sulfides
  318. Chemically deintercalated cathode materials for lithium cells
  319. Raman study and lattice dynamics calculations of misfit layered compounds : (PbS)1.18TiS2 and (PbS)1.12VS2
  320. Kinetic and thermodynamic aspects of lithium intercalation into lead tantalum sulfide and tin tantalum sulfide misfit layer compounds
  321. Electrochemical lithium insertion into In16Sn4S32 and Cu4In20S32 spinel sulphides
  322. Structure and Electrochemical Properties of Li[sub 1−x](Ni[sub y]Co[sub 1−y])[sub 1+x]O[sub 2]
  323. A new tantalum sulfur compound as electrode material for non-aqueous alkali metal batteries
  324. Acid-Delithiated Li1-x(NiyCo1-y)1+xO2 as Insertion Electrodes in Lithium Batteries
  325. Chain Cluster Polymerization and Alkali Metal Intercalation into Niobium Ditelluride
  326. Electrochemical alkali metal intercalation into (BiS)1.17(NbS2)2
  327. Optical, Raman and resonance Raman spectra and lattice dynamics calculations of the misfit layer compounds, (SnS)1.17NbS2 and (PbS)1.18TiS2
  328. Cation-deficient Mn-Co spinel oxides as electrode material for rechargeable lithium batteries
  329. Thermodynamic and kinetic properties of lithium insertion into titanium misfit layer sulfides
  330. Cobaltocene intercalation into misfit layer chalcogenides
  331. Metal—support interaction effects in the liquid-phase selective hydrogenation of 1,4-butynediol with nickel catalysts supported on AlPO4 and on other conventional non-reducible compounds
  332. Lithium solvation by n-alkylamines in the interlayer space of vanadium diselenide
  333. Chemical and electrochemical intercalation of lithium into SnTiS3 and BiTi2S5 misfit layer compounds
  334. Kinetics of intercalation of lithium and sodium into lead sulfide-niobium sulfide ((PbS)1.14(NbS2)2)
  335. Lithium/n-alkylamine intercalation into lead, vanadium misfit layer sulfide
  336. Lithium and sodium intercalation into VTe2
  337. Electrochemical intercalation of sodium into PbNbS3 and PbNb2S5 misfit layer compounds
  338. A Raman study of the misfit layer compounds, (SnS)1.17NbS2 and (PbS)1.18 TiS2
  339. Lithium intercalation into PbNb2S5, PbNbS3, SnNb2Se5, BiVS3, SnVSe3, and PbNb2Se5 misfit layer chalcogenides
  340. Electrochemical lithium intercalation into misfit layer sulfides
  341. Chemical and electrochemical lithium intercalation and staging in 2HSnS2
  342. Thermal behaviour of chemically deintercalated Li1−1Ni1+xO2
  343. Hydrated lithium intercalation compounds of misfit layer sulfides
  344. Chemical and electrochemical lithium insertion into ternary transition metal sulfides MMo2S4 (M: V, Cr, Fe)
  345. Preparation and Characterization of New Misfit Layer Selenides SnVSe3and SnNb2Se5
  346. Structural aspects of lithium intercalated PbVS3, PbTiS3, PbTi2S5 and SnNbS3 misfit layer compounds
  347. Lithium insertion into pyrochlore WO3
  348. Ion exchange of potassium hexatungstate (K0.30WO3.15) by protons
  349. Composition and cation-vacancy distribution of cation-deficient spinel oxides
  350. Low-temperature hydrothermal formation and ion exchange of hydrated sodium manganates
  351. Mn and Co substitution in ?-FeOOH and its decomposition products
  352. Relationships between the surface properties of γ-Fe2O3 and its cobalt-modified products
  353. Structural modifications induced by proton exchange in γ-LiFeO2
  354. Cation distribution and chemical deintercalation of Li1-xNi1+xO2
  355. Chromium substitution and crystallinity changes in ?-FeOOH
  356. Cation-deficient Mn, Co spinel oxides obtained by thermal decomposition of carbonate precursors
  357. Preparation of mixed oxides in the Li-Co-O and Li-Mn-O systems by hydrolysis reactions
  358. Mixed Co,Fe oxides prepared by thermal or mechanical treatment of carbonate precursors
  359. Proton exchange of layered LiCrO2
  360. Preferential X-ray line Broadening and Thermal Behavior of gamma-Fe2O3
  361. Thermal evolution of the lithiation product of Mn3O4
  362. Kinetics of the isothermal transformation of β-PbO2 into α-PbO2
  363. Preparation and sintering behaviour of ultrafine Mn/Fe and Fe/Co mixed oxides
  364. Lithium ferrite formation by precipitation from Fe(III) solutions
  365. TG and DSC studies of lithium insertion in LiFe5O8
  366. Mn, Co oxides prepared by the thermal decomposition of carbonates
  367. Effect of crystallinity on the thermal evolution of γ-Fe2O3
  368. Tk and DTA stkdies of lithikm insertion transition metal compoknds
  369. Effect of preliminary mechanical activation on the behaviour of orthorhombic lead dioxide
  370. Synthesis and alteration of ?-LiFeO2 by mechanochemical processes
  371. Low-temperature hydrothermal transformations of LiCoO2 and HCoO2
  372. Textural evolution of α-Fe2O3 obtained by thermal and mechanochemical decomposition of δ-FeOOH
  373. Mechanochemical preparation and degradation of LiCoO2
  374. Effect of preliminary grinding on the composition and thermal evolution of lead dioxide
  375. Mechanochemical preparation and thermal stability of γ-Fe2O3 derived from γ-FeOOH
  376. Thermal effects induced by imperfections in powdered solids
  377. Mechanochemical transformation ofγ-FeOOH intoγ-Fe2O3 in the presence of Li2CO3
  378. On the ultrastructure and morphology of colloidal cobalt ferrite
  379. Limitations in the use of X-ray crystallite size in the determination of surface area in Co3O4
  380. X-ray line broadening in haematite derived fromδ-FeOOH by thermal and mechanical procedures
  381. Effect of crystallinity in the thermal behaviour of nickel hydroxide
  382. Effect of grinding in synthetic akaganeite
  383. Relationships between composition and surface properties of the dehydration products of synthetic manganite
  384. Texture, crystallinity, and catalytic properties of Co3O4 obtained by thermal and mechanical treatments
  385. Changes in the kinetics of the vaterite-calcite transformation with temperature and sample crystallinity
  386. Kinetics of the recovery of crystallinity in ground dolomite
  387. Texture and microstructure of NiO derived from Ni(OH)2 in vacuum
  388. Crystallite size and microstrains of Co3O4 derived from CoOOH and Co(OH)2
  389. Effect of grinding on the kinetics of the transformation vaterite-calcite
  390. Thermal behaviour of synthetic akaganeite under different experimental conditions
  391. Influence of crystallinity on the kinetics of the litharge-massicot phase transition
  392. Limitations in the formal kinetic analysis of isothermal and thermogravimetric data
  393. Changes in crystallinity and thermal effects in ground vaterite
  394. A procedure for the analysis of gas adsorption measurements
  395. Textural evolution of synthetic γ-FeOOH during thermal treatment by differential scanning calorimetry
  396. Changes in crystallite size and microstrains of hematite derived from the thermal decomposition of synthetic akaganeite
  397. Kinetic study of the thermal decomposition of cobalt(III) oxyhydroxide
  398. Kinetic study of the thermal decomposition of cobalt(III) oxyhydroxide
  399. Thermal effects induced by grinding in dolomite
  400. Mechanical dehydration of γ-FeOOH by wet grinding procedures
  401. Comments on the paper “iron/manganese oxide catalyst for Fischer-Tropsch synthesis. Part I: structural and textural changes by calcination, reduction and synthesis”