10 Ionizing Papers (April 2019)

This is our roundup of interesting articles on Li-ion batteries published in April – a mix of educational, groundbreaking, helpful, thought-provoking, and topical. If you follow battery research, these are 10 papers you should be aware of:


  • Designing polymers for advanced battery chemistries / Nature Reviews Materials
  • Chemical, structural, and electronic aspects of formation and degradation behavior on different length scales of Ni-rich NCM and Li-rich HE-NCM cathode materials in Li-ion batteries / Advanced Materials
  • Solid garnet batteries / Joule
  • Cross talk between transition metal cathode and Li metal anode: Unraveling its influence on the deposition/dissolution behavior and morphology of lithium / Advanced Energy Materials
  • Separation of predominant processes in electrochemical impedance spectra of lithium-ion batteries with nickel-manganese-cobalt cathodes / Journal of Power Sources


  • Prospects of production technologies and manufacturing costs of oxide-based all-solid-state lithium batteries / Energy & Environmental Science
  • Critical review of non-invasive diagnosis techniques for quantification of degradation modes in lithium-ion batteries / Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews
  • Investigating the thermal runaway mechanisms of lithium-ion batteries based on thermal analysis database / Applied Energy


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