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2018-08-17
19:03
[FZJ-2018-04979] Journal Article
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Manipulation of matter by electric and magnetic fields: Toward novel synthesis and processing routes of inorganic materials
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2018-08-17
10:57
[FZJ-2018-04976] Journal Article/Contribution to a conference proceedings
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High-pressure studies on magnetocaloric materials
31st European Crystallographic Meeting, ECM31, OviedoOviedo, Spain, 22 Aug 2018 - 27 Aug 20182018-08-222018-08-27 Acta crystallographica / A 74, e65 ()
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2018-08-16
11:41
[FZJ-2018-04952] Journal Article
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High-temperature oxidation and compressive strength of Cr 2 AlC MAX phase foams with controlled porosity
Cr2AlC foams have been processed for the first time containing low (35 vol%), intermediate (53 vol%), and high (75 vol%) content of porosity and three ranges of pore size, 90‐180 μm, 180‐250 μm, and 250‐400 μm. Sacrificial template technique was used as the processing method, utilizing NH4HCO3 as a temporary pore former [...]
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2018-08-16
11:00
[FZJ-2018-04951] Journal Article
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Monte Carlo simulation of column growth in plasma spray physical vapor deposition process
Plasma spray-physical vapor deposition is used to produce columnar microstructure coatings under particular operating parameters. Simulations of the growth of columns were carried out through a two-dimensional Monte Carlo model. [...]
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2018-08-16
08:39
OpenAccess [FZJ-2018-04940] Journal Article
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Pre-Lithiation Strategies for Rechargeable Energy Storage Technologies: Concepts, Promises and Challenges
Abstract: In order to meet the sophisticated demands for large-scale applications such as electro-mobility, next generation energy storage technologies require advanced electrode active materials with enhanced gravimetric and volumetric capacities to achieve increased gravimetric energy and volumetric energy densities. However, most of these materials suffer from high 1st cycle active lithium losses, e.g., caused by solid electrolyte interphase (SEI) formation, which in turn hinder their broad commercial use so far. [...]
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2018-08-16
08:37
[FZJ-2018-04939] Journal Article
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Visualizing elemental deposition patterns on carbonaceous anodes from lithium ion batteries: A laser ablation-inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry study on factors influencing the deposition of lithium, nickel, manganese and cobalt after dissolution and migration from the Li 1 [Ni 1/3 Mn 1/3 Co 1/3 ]O 2 and LiMn 1.5 Ni 0.5 O 4 cathode
In this study, laser ablation-inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry (LA-ICP-MS) is applied to previously aged carbonaceous anodes from lithium ion batteries (LIBs). These electrodes are treated by cyclic aging in a lithium ion cell set-up against Li1[Ni1/3Mn 1/3Co1/3]O2 = NMC111 to elucidate factors that influence transition metal dissolution (TMD) of the cathode and subsequent deposition on the anode. [...]
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2018-08-16
08:34
[FZJ-2018-04938] Journal Article
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Triphenylphosphine Oxide as Highly Effective Electrolyte Additive for Graphite/NMC811 Lithium Ion Cells
Nickel-rich layered oxide materials (LiNixMnyCo1–x–yO2, x ≥ 0.8, LiNMC) attract great interest for application as positive electrode in lithium ion batteries (LIBs) due to high specific discharge capacities at moderate upper cutoff voltages below 4.4 V vs Li/Li+. However, the comparatively poor cycling stability as well as inferior safety characteristics prevent this material class from commercial application so far. [...]
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2018-08-16
08:30
[FZJ-2018-04937] Journal Article
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Performance and cost of materials for lithium-based rechargeable automotive batteries
It is widely accepted that for electric vehicles to be accepted by consumers and to achieve wide market penetration, ranges of at least 500 km at an affordable cost are required. Therefore, significant improvements to lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) in terms of energy density and cost along the battery value chain are required, while other key performance indicators, such as lifetime, safety, fast-charging ability and low-temperature performance, need to be enhanced or at least sustained. [...]
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2018-08-16
08:26
[FZJ-2018-04936] Journal Article
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Interfaces and Materials in Lithium Ion Batteries: Challenges for Theoretical Electrochemistry
Energy storage is considered a key technology for successful realization of renewable energies and electrification of the powertrain. This review discusses the lithium ion battery as the leading electrochemical storage technology, focusing on its main components, namely electrode(s) as active and electrolyte as inactive materials. [...]

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2018-08-15
16:11
[FZJ-2018-04929] Journal Article
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Highly enhanced thermoelectric properties of Cu 1.8 S by introducing PbS
Digenite (Cu1.8S) has attracted extensive attention as candidate for use in thermoelectric applications due to its low-cost, low-toxicity characteristics, but the thermoelectric (TE) property is still not good. In this work, PbS was used for improving TE properties of polycrystalline Cu1.8S bulk. [...]
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