10 Ionizing Papers (November 2019)

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

SCIENCE

  • Energy storage: The future enabled by nanomaterials / Science
  • Structural insights into the formation and voltage degradation of lithium- and manganese-rich layered oxides / Nature Communications
  • Lithium-ion battery electrolyte degradation of field-tested electric vehicle battery cells – A comprehensive analytical study / Journal of Power Sources
  • Diffusion‐limited C‐rate: A fundamental principle quantifying the intrinsic limits of Li‐ion batteries / Advanced Energy Materials
  • Unsupervised discovery of solid-state lithium-ion conductors / Nature Communications

ENGINEERING

  • A comparative investigation of aging effects on thermal runaway behavior of Li-ion batteries / eTransportation
  • Thorough state-of-the-art analysis of electric and hybrid vehicle powertrains: Topologies and integrated energy management strategies / Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews
  • A review on state of health estimation for lithium-ion batteries in photovoltaic systems / eTransportation

APPLICATIONS & POLICY

  • Recycling lithium-ion batteries from electric vehicles / Nature
  • How much charging infrastructure do electric vehicles need? A review of the evidence and international comparison / Transportation Research Part D

There is more!

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