2001 Joint International Meeting - the 200th Meeting of The Electrochemical Society, Inc. and the 52nd Annual Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry - San Francisco, California

September 2-7, 2001

PROGRAM INFORMATION

B1A - Batteries: Session I

ECS Cosponsors - Battery/Energy Technology; ISE Cosponsors - Electrochemical Energy Conversion/Electronically and Ionically Conducting Phases

Monday, September 3, 2001

Grand Ballroom B, Grand Ballroom Level

Aqueous Batteries

Co-Chairs: E.S. Takeuchi and E. Darcy

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10:4061 Improvement of High-Temperature Characteristics of Sintered Nickel Positive Electrode for Nickel-Metal Hydride@Battery - K. Shinyama, Y. Magari, T. Tanaka, Y. Harada, T. Nohma, and I. Yonezu (Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd.) PDF
11:0062 Effects of Prolonged Milling and Carbon Contamination on the Characteristics of MgNi Alloy Used as Negative Electrode in Ni-MH Batteries - L. Roue, S. Ruggeri (INRS), G. Liang, J. Huot, and R. Schulz (Institut de Recherche d'Hydro-Quebec) PDF
11:2063 Electrochemical Characteristics of Mg-based Alloy Prepared by HT and MG for Nickel-Metal Hydride Secondary Batteries - C. Wonsub, N. Byungwook (Pusan National University), and K. Ingon (Dongeui University) PDF
11:4064 Structured Negative Electrodes for NiMH Cells - A.H. Whitehead, M. Harrer, and M. Schreiber (Funktionswerkstoffe F & E GmbH) PDF

Aqueous Batteries (Cont'd)

Co-Chairs: R. Koetz and B.Y. Liaw

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2:0065 Effect of Cobalt on Physicochemical Properties of AB5 Type Metal Hydride Alloys - R. Ambrosio and E. Ticianelli (Instituto de Quimica de Sao Carlos - USP) PDF
2:1566 A Differential Impedance Method for Investigation of Porous Lithium- and Metal Hydride - Battery Electrodes - P. Georen, A.-K. Hjelm, G. Lindbergh, and A. Lundqvist (The Royal Institute of Technology, KTH) PDF
2:3067 In-Situ Electrochemical Analysis of Nickel-Metal Hydride Batteries under Fast Charging - X.-G. Yang, K. Bethune, and B.Y. Liaw (University of Hawaii) PDF
2:4568 Temperature and Alkali Cation Dependency on the Memory Effect and Its Reconditioning Observed in Alkaline Secondary Batteries - Y. Sato, M. Morishita, and K. Kobayakawa (Kanagawa University) PDF
3:0069 Influence of Electrode Composition on Cycling Performance of Cylindrical Nickel-Zinc Cells - W. Taucher-Mautner and K. Kordesch (Graz University of Technology) PDF
3:1570 Preparation of Mn-Pb Mixed Oxide Electrode and its Discharge-Recharge Characteristics - K. Miyazaki, S. Kumamoto, and T. Kato (Fukuoka University) PDF
3:3071 Modeling Rapid Charge Conditions in a VRLA Traction Battery - B.Y. Liaw, K.P. Bethune, and X.G. Yang (University of Hawaii at Manoa) PDF
3:4572 Effect of Sn and Ca Doping on the Corrosion of Pb Anodes in Lead Acid Batteries - D. Slavkov, B. Haran, R. White, B. Popov (University of South Carolina), and F. Fleming (NorthStar Battery Company) PDF
4:00 Thirty-Minute Intermission
4:3073 Fundamentals of Air - Metal Batteries with Polyaniline-based Catalysts - V. Barsukov, V. Khomenko, S. Chivikov (Kiev State University of Technologies & Design), and T. Motronyuk (National Technical University of Ukraine) PDF
4:4574 Printed Air-Electrodes for Thin-Form Batteries - P. Atanassova, P. Atanassov, R. Bhatia, M. Hampden-Smith, T. Kodas, P. Napolitano (Superior MicroPowders), S. Gamburzev, K. Petrov, and A.J. Appleby (Texas A&M University) PDF
5:0075 Electrochemical Characterization of Manganese Oxides Used in Air Electrodes - L. Mao (Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.), D. Zhang (Tokyo Institute of Technology), K. Nakatsu, N. Koshiba (Matushita Battery Ind. Co. Ltd), T. Sotomura (Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.), and T. Ohsaka (Tokyo Institute of Technology) PDF
5:1576 More Specific Energy in Rechargeable Zn/Air Cells - F. Holzer and S. Müller (Paul Scherrer Institut) PDF
5:3077 Current-Voltage Responses of Sugar-Air Cells with Ag Fuel Electrode in Alkaline Aqueous Solution - T. Sotomura (Matsushita Electric Ind. Co., Ltd.), T. Koga, and I. Taniguchi (Kumamoto University) PDF
5:4578 A New Sugar-air Battery Using Electrocatalytic Oxidation of Sugars at Metal Electrodes - I. Taniguchi, T. Koga, M. Nakayama (Kumamoto University), and T. Sotomura (Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd.) PDF

Tuesday, September 4, 2001

Supercapacitors

Co-Chairs: B. Scrosati and C. Barbero

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8:3079 Supercapacitors for Peak-Power Application with a Fuel Cell System - R. Koetz, S. Mueller, M. Baertschi, B. Schnyder, P. Dietrich, and F. Buechi (Paul Scherrer Institut) PDF
9:0080 Response of Hybrid Power Supplies Combining Ultracapacitors with Direct Methanol Fuel Cells - D. Tarnowski (T/J Technologies, Inc.), H. Lei (University of Michigan), C. Peiter, and M. Wixom (T/J Technologies, Inc.) PDF
9:1581 High Power Double-Layer Capacitor Developments and Applications - V. Hermann, A. Schneuwly, and R. Gallay (Montena Components) PDF
9:3082 Impact of the Basic Materials on the Performance of EDLCs for High Power - H. Michel, A. Schwake, and C. Weber (EPCOS AG Business Unit Ultracapacitors) PDF
9:4583 Capacitance of Activated Carbon Cloth Electrodes in Aqueous Acidic Solutions - Y. Matsuda, R. Tsuda, and K. Hamada (Kansai University) PDF
10:0084 Integration of Optimized Carbon Aerogels in Supercapacitors - P. Hartmut, C. Schmitt, and J. Fricke (University of Wurzburg) PDF
10:15 Fifteen-Minute Intermission
10:3085 Recent Developments in Carbon-based Electrochemical Capacitor - A. Burke (University of California-Davis) PDF
11:0086 SrRuO3 Perovskite based Compounds for Supercapacitors: Synthesis, Structure and Electrochemical Performance - M. Wohlfahrt-Mehrens, J. Schenk, H. Dittrich, P. Axmann, and J. Garche (Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research, ZSW) PDF
11:1587 Molybdenum Oxide/Carbon Composite Electrodes as Electrochemical Supercapacitors - W. Sugimoto, T. Ohnuma, Y. Murakami, and Y. Takasu (Shinshu University) PDF
11:3088 Development of Low Cost Composites for Supercapacitors - H. Kim and B.N. Popov (University of South Carolina) PDF
11:4589 Examination of Linear Potential Sweep Methods for Determining the Capacitance of Hydrous Ruthenium Oxide Materials - M. Miles, T. Groshens, and C. Johnson (Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division) PDF
12:0090 Determination of Double Layer Properties of Carbon Aerogels Electrodes using Probe Beam Deflection and AC Impedance - G.A. Planes, M.C. Miras, and C. Barbero (Universidad Nacional de Rio Cuarto) PDF

Lithium Battery, Electrolytes

Co-Chairs: A. Gozdz and J. Thomas

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2:0091 Using Block Copolymers in Nanostructured Architectures in Lithium Batteries - D. Sadoway and A. Mayes (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) PDF
2:3092 Characterisation of a Novel Polymer Electrolyte Based on a Plastizing Lithium Salt - J. MacCallum (University of St Andrews), M. Silva, S. Barros, M. Smith, and E. Fernandes (Universidade do Minho) PDF
2:4593 Towards Room Temperature Performance for Lithium-Polymer Batteries. - J. Kerr (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory,), W. Halley (University of Minnesota), and L. Curtiss (Argonne National Laboratory) PDF
3:0094 PEO-LiBETI Dry Polymer Electrolyte for EV Lithium Batteries - S. Passerini, G. Appetecchi, P. Villano, M. Carewska (ENEA, C.R. Casaccia), and M. Puppo (FERRANIA S.p.A) PDF
3:1595 Condition That a Pure PC Electrolyte Is Stable during the Iinsertion of Li at the Well Graphitized Anode - T. Takamura (Petoca, Ltd.), K. Yamaguchi, S. Aoki, A. Shimokawa, and K. Sekine (Rikkyo University) PDF
3:3096 Ionic Conductivity of New Thermally Stable Polymer Electrolyte for Lithium-Ion Batteries - M. Saito (Tokyo Institute of Technology), T. Yabe (NOF Corporation), H. Ikuta, Y. Uchimoto, and M. Wakihara (Tokyo Institute of Technology) PDF
3:4597 Temperature Dependence of the Conductivity of Lithium-Ion Battery Eectrolytes - B. Ravdel (Lithion, Inc.), K.M. Abraham (e-KEM Consulting), R. Gitzendanner, and C. Marsh (Lithion, Inc.) PDF
4:00 Thirty-Minute Intermission
4:3098 The Effect of Lithium Salts on the Stability of Plastic Li-ion Batteries with Bonded Microporous Separators at Room and Elevated Temperatures - A.S. Gozdz and I. Plitz (Telecordia Technologies) PDF
4:4599 Effect of Water and Oxygen on the Thermal Stability of LiPF_6 EC:EMC Electrolyte for Lithium Ion Batteries - G. Botte, Y. Wulandari (University of Minnesota Duluth), R. White (University of South Carolina), and Z. Zhang (Celgard, Inc) PDF
5:00100 A Novel DSC Method to Study Electrode/Electrolyte Reactions - D. MacNeil and J. Dahn (Dalhousie University) PDF
5:15101 Solvent Reduction and SEI Layer Formation: Theory and Experiments - P. Balbuena, Y. Wang (University of South Carolina), S. Nakamura, and M. Ue (Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation) PDF
5:30102 Studies on Solvation of Lithium Ions in Mixed Organic Electrolyte Solutions by Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectroscopy - Y. Matsuda, T. Fukushima, H. Hashimoto, and R. Arakawa (Kansai University) PDF

Wednesday, September 5, 2001

Lithium Battery, Electrolytes (Cont'd)

Co-Chairs: A. Mayes and Z. Ogumi

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8:00103 Prediction of Reduction and Oxidation Potentials with Quantum Chemical Methods, and an Evaluation of Reduction Mechanisms for Alkyl Carbonates - J. Vollmer, L. Curtiss, C.-H. Chen, D. Vissers, and K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory) PDF
8:15104 Solvent Decomposition in Li-Ion Battery Electrolyte by DFT Calculations - K. Tasaki (MC Research and Innovation) PDF
8:30105 Reactivity of Li-ion Battery Electrolytes - J. Kerr, S. Sloop, and K. Kinoshita (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) PDF
8:45106 A Comparison of the Reactivity of Cathode/Electrolyte Pairs Depending on the Salt Type - D. MacNeil and J. Dahn (Dalhousie University) PDF
9:00107 Ionic Conductivity and Electrochemical Properties of Lithium Orthoborate Salts - W. Xu and C.A. Angell (Arizona State University) PDF
9:15108 Superior Performance of Fluorocarbonate Electrolytes over the conventional Electrolytes in Li-ion Half-cells - G. Nagasubramanian (Sandia National Laboratories) PDF
9:30109 Synthesis of New Li-Fluoroalkyl-Phosphates (LiFAP) for the Application in Li-Ion Batteries - N. Ignatiev, M. Schmidt, A. Kuehner, U. Heider, V. Hilarius, and R. Oesten (Merck KGaA) PDF
9:45110 Gel-type, Poly(ethylene oxide)-based Electrolytes for Lithium Batteries. - G.B. Appetecchi, Y. Aihara, and B. Scrosati (University "La Sapienza") PDF
10:00 Thirty-Minute Intermission
10:30111 Investigations of Electrolyte Additives in Lithium-ion Batteries - X. Zhang, R. Kostecki, T. Richardson (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab), J. Pugh (Valence Technology), and P. Ross (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab) PDF
10:45112 A New Additive for Lithium Battery Electrolytes Based on an Alkyl Borate Compound and Its Effect on Improvement of the Elevated Temperature Cycling of Spinel LiMn2O4 Cathode - X. Sun, H.S. Lee, X.-Q. Yang, and J. McBreen (Brookhaven National Laboratory) PDF
11:00113 Electrochemical Properties of the Solid Lithium-Conducting Electrolyte/Electrode Material Interface - E. Shembel, P. Novak, T. Pastushkin, V. Redko, Y. Kalinushkin (Ener1), A. Markevich, A. Kvasha, K. Kylyvnyk, V. Khandetsky, A. Nosenko, and S. Oleshko (Ukrainian State Chemical Technology University) PDF
11:15114 Initiator Effect on the Performance of the Lithium Ion Polymer Batteries based on the Polymer Electrolytes prepared by Free Radical Polymerization - K.H. Lee, K.H. Kim, and H.S. Lim (Samsung SDI Co., LTD) PDF
11:30115 Novel Microporous Gelling Separator Membrane for Lithium Ion Polymer Battery - S.-J. Lee, J.Y. Cho, S.-Y. Lee, S. Park, B.I. Park, H.H. Yong, H.-K. Lee, H.-M. Lee, H.-S. Song, and S. Ahn (LG Chemical Ltd.) PDF
11:45116 The Transport Properties of Lithium Electrolyte Solution Coexisting with the Porous Solid Materials - M. Mizuhata, G. Cha, I. Shige, A. Kajinami, and S. Deki (Kobe University) PDF

Lithium Battery, Electrolytes

Co-Chairs: P.N. Ross and P. Zhang

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2:00117 Liquid Range of Binary Solvents of Common Carbonates for Lithium Batteries - M. Ding, K. Xu, S. Zhang, J. Allen, R. Jow, and K. Amine (Army Research Laboratory) PDF
2:30118 Effect of Phosphorous-based Fire-retardants in Electrolytes on Performance of Li-ion Cells - K. Xu, M. Ding, S. Zhang, J. Allen, and R. Jow (U. S. Army Research Laboratory) PDF
2:45119 Application of Functionalized SiO2 in PEO based Polymer Electrolyte - J. Lee and Y. Liu (National University of Singapore) PDF
3:00120 The Electrochemical Properties of Composite Polymeric Electrolytes Reinforced with Glass-Fibre Cloth for Li-ion Battery - J.M. Ko, D.-W. Kim, and J.-H. Chun (Hanbat National University) PDF
3:15121 Improved Low Temperature Performance of Lithium Ion Cells with Low Ethylene Carbonate (EC) Content Electrolytes - M. Smart, R. Bugga, S. Surampudi (California Institute of Technology), H. Croft, D. Tice, and R. Staniewicz (SAFT America, Inc.) PDF
3:30122 A Sealed Optical Cell for the Study of the Lithium Electrode/Electrolyte Interface - P.C. Howlett, D.R. MacFarlane (Monash University), and A.F. Hollenkamp (CSIRO) PDF
3:45123 In Situ AFM Observation of Lithium Deposition in the Presence of Film-Forming Additives - M. Inaba, R. Mogi, T. Abe, and Z. Ogumi (Kyoto University) PDF
4:00 Thirty-Minute Intermission
4:30124 Rotating Ring Disk Electrode Studies of Solvent Reduction and Oxidation - X. Zhang, T. Richardson, and P. Ross (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab) PDF
4:45125 Electrochemistry of Molten Nitrate Electrolytes and Applications for High Voltage Lithium Cells - M.H. Miles (Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division) PDF
5:00126 Ionic Liquid Electrolytes - A. McEwen (Covalent Associates, Inc.) PDF
5:15127 Polymer Electrolytes Based on Ionic Liquids - A. Lewandowski and A. Swiderska (Poznan University of Technology) PDF

Thursday, September 6, 2001

Lithium Batteries

Co-Chairs: F.R. McLarnon and F. Maleki

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8:30128 Aging Mechanism in Lithium Ion Cells - B. Michel, B. Philippe, and H. Sylvie (SAFT) PDF
9:00129 Calendar Life Modeling Methodology for High-Power PNGV Saft Batteries - J. Belt, C. Motloch, R. Wright (Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory), K. Nechev, and G. Chagnon (SaftAmerica Inc.) PDF
9:15130 Cycle Life Modeling of Advanced Technology Development Program Gen 1 Lithium Ion Cells - R. Wright and C. Motloch (Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory) PDF
9:30131 Aging and Life Analyses of Generation 2 Advanced Technology Development Lithium-Ion Cells - C. Motloch, J. Christophersen, R. Wright (Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory), and V. Battaglia (Argonne National Laboratory) PDF
9:45132 Accelerated Life Testing and Data Analysis for Lithium-Ion Cells - R. Jungst, G. Nagasubramanian, T. Unkelhaeuser, A. Urbina, T. Paez, and D. Doughty (Sandia National Laboratories) PDF
10:00 Thirty-Minute Intermission
10:30133 Simulation of a High-Power Lithium-ion Battery - T. Abe, Y. Ohsawa, H. Horie, T. Ogawa, Y. Tanjo, and M. Kawai (Nissan Motor Co.,Ltd.) PDF
11:00134 Calendar Life Modeling of Advanced Technology Development Program Gen 1 Lithium Ion Cells - R. Wright and C. Motloch (Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory) PDF
11:15135 Ac Impedance Analysis on Commercial Li Ion Battery - T. Momma, K. Tsuchiya, and T. Osaka (Waseda University) PDF
11:30136 Impedance Simulation of A Lithium-ion Battery: Validity of Solid Phase Diffusion Coefficient Estimation - Q. Guo, V. Subramanian, J. Weidner, and R. White (University of South Carolina) PDF
11:45137 Two- and Three-electrode Impedance Spectroscopy Studies for Lithium-ion Batteries - J.-Y. Song, H.-H. Lee, Y.-Y. Wang, and C.-C. Wan (National Tsing-Hua University) PDF

Lithium Batteries (Cont'd)

Co-Chairs: G. Chagnon and D.H. Doughty

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2:00138 Using the Active Component Concentration Profile to Control High Power Charging of HEV Battery Pack - V. Pavlovic and R. Field (Edison Minit-Charger® Technology Center) PDF
2:15139 Design, Performance and Safety of PolyStor's Lithium-Ion Polymer Gel Batteries - F. Coustier, G. Nagarajan, and D. Fouchard (PolyStor Corporation) PDF
2:30140 Superconformal Electrodeposition of Copper - T. Moffat, D. Wheeler, W. Huber, and D. Josell (National Institute of Standards and Technology) PDF
2:45141 Importance of Thermal Management of Lithium Ion Cell - Y. Mita, H. Miyashiro, Y. Kobayashi, and T. Iwahori (Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry) PDF
3:00142 Thermal Modeling of LI-ION Cells - V. Srinivasan (Pennsylvania State University), W.B. Gu (GM Alternative Propulsion Center), and C.-Y. Wang (Pennsylvania State University) PDF
3:15143 Thermal Stability Studies of Li-ion Cells and Components under Overcharged Conditions - H. Maleki and J. Howard (Motorola, Inc.) PDF
3:30144 Tailoring the Ragone Plot Through Microstructural Design of Battery Electrodes - Y.-M. Chiang and B. Hellweg (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) PDF
3:45145 Combi-Electrochemistry: Exploring the Phase Diagram of New Materials for Advanced Batteries - K. Hewitt, A. Bonakdarpour, D. MacNeil, Z. Chen, and J. Dahn (Dalhousie University) PDF
4:00 Thirty-Minute Intermission
4:30146 Capacity Fade of Li-ion Cells at Elevated Temperatures Cycled Using Pulse and DC Charging Protocols - B. Popov, P. Ramadass, B. Haran, A. Durairajan, H. Soto, and R. White (University of South carolina) PDF
4:45147 Power Fade in High-Rate Lithium-Ion Batteries - J. McBreen, M. Balasubramanian, X. Sun, and X.-Q. Yang (Brookhaven National Laboratory) PDF
5:00148 Analysis of Pulse Discharge of a Lithium-Ion Battery - P. Gomadam, J. Weidner, and R. White (University of South Carolina) PDF
5:15149 Polymerization Additives for Overcharge Protection in Lithium Ion Batteries - T. Richardson and P. Ross (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) PDF
5:30150 Thin Film Formation of LiCoO2, LiMn2O4, and Li4T12For Rechargeable Lithium Batteries - K. Kanamura, Y.H. Rho, M. Fujisaki, and T. Umegaki (Tokyo Metropolitan University) PDF

Friday, September 7, 2001

Lithium Batteries (Cont'd)

Co-Chairs: B. Scrosati and E.S. Takeuchi

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8:30151 Effect of Binders on the Surface Morphology and Adhesion Strength in the Anodes of Lithium Ion Batteries - M. Yoo, C. Frank (Stanford University), S. Mori, and K. Tasaki (Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation) PDF
8:45152 Performance and Safety Testing of Lithium-ion Cells Containing Flame-Retardant Additives - R. Gitzendanner, B. Ravdel, C. Marsh (Yardney Technical Products, Inc.), and B. Lucht (University of Rhode Island) PDF
9:00153 Lithium/Sulfur Rechargeable Cells: Effect of Carbon and Binder on Sulfur Electrode Performance - J. Shim, K. Striebel, and E. Cairns (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) PDF
9:15154 Discharge Process of Li/polymer Electrolyte/S Cell at Room Temperature - H.-J. Ahn (Gyeongsang National University), J.-Y. Lee (Korea Advanced Institute of Sience & Technology), K.-W. Kim, B.-Y. Hur, J.-H. Ahn, H.-S. Ryu, and K.-Y. Kang (Gyeongsang National University) PDF
9:30155 Characterization of Electrodeposited Carbon in Molten Carbonates and Application to Lithium Batteries - B. Kaplan, H. Groult (Universite Pierre & Marie Curie), S. Komaba (Iwate University), V. Gupta, T. Nakajima (Aichi Institute of Technology), and N. Kumagai (Iwate University) PDF
9:45156 Optimal Sizing of a Li-Ion Battery, a Fuel Cell and a Capacitor for a Hybrid Power System - R. Gundala, J. Weidner, and R. White (University of South Carolina) PDF
10:00 Thirty-Minute Intermission
10:30157 Changes of the Lithium Battery Voltage Conditioned by Alterations of the Lithium's Electrodes Passive Film During a Battery Discharge and Recovery - A. Shekhtman (KVANT) PDF
10:45158 Pecularities of Functioning of Studeied Systems, as Link Between Their Physical and Chemical Properties and Their Consumption Properties, Researched by Means of the Research Method and Methofd of the Characteristic Transformation - A. Shekhtman (KVANT) PDF
11:00159 Lithium Fuel Cells. 50:50 MEEP-PhO Swelling Effect of Polyphosphazene Membranes for Primary Aqueous Lithium Battery Systems - M. Urquidi-Macdonald, H. Allcock, H. Castaneda, and A. Cannon (The Pennsylvania State University) PDF
11:15160 A Sodium Battery Using Room Temperature Ionic Liquids - S. Park, J. Winnick, and P. Kohl (Georgia Institute of Technology) PDF

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