Monthly archives: July, 2016
A new paper published by our group in Journal of Materials Chemistry describes the effects of different types of atomic defects in LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4, a material of interest in high voltage batteries. This work was primarily carried out during the Berkeley chapter of our group, so kudos to Chunjoong Kim, former group member, for a fine piece of work!
In addition, 3 new papers are out resulting from the vigorous collaborations our group has with other teams worldwide. They deal with topics in magnesium and lithium/sulfur batteries, as well as the fundamentals of cation transport in solids.