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2013 MRS Spring Meeting & Exhibit

April 1-5, 2013 | San Francisco
Meeting Chairs: Mark L. Brongersma, Vladimir Matias, Rachel Segalman, Lonnie D. Shea, Heiji Watanabe

Symposium F : Materials for Vehicular and Grid Energy Storage

2013-04-02   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

Gao Liu, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
John Lemmon, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Dan Hancu, GE Global Research
Ayesha Maria Gonsalves, GE Global Research

Symposium Support

Applied Materials Inc.
F3: Lithium ion Cathode II
Session Chairs
Stanley Whittingham
Ayesha Maria Gonsalves
Tuesday PM, April 02, 2013
Moscone West, Level 2, Room 2004

2:30 AM - F3.01
Metal Oxyfluorides: Structural Features and Lithium Storage Mechanism

Damien Dambournet 1 Mathieu Duttine 1 4 Christophe Legein 3 Monique Body 3 Karena Chapman 2 Peter Chupas 2 Nicolas Penin 4 Dany Carlier 4 Alain Wattiaux 4 Lydie Bourgeois 4 Alain Demourgues 4 Christian Julien 1 Karim Zhagib 5 Henri Groult 1

1UPMC Paris France2Advanced Photon Source Chicago USA3Universitamp;#233; du Maine Le Mans France4ICMCB Bordeaux France5Hydroquamp;#233;bec Montreal Canada

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2:45 AM - F3.02
Synthesis and Electrochemical Properties of a Graphene/Polyanion Composite as a Potential Cathode Material

Jeonghyun Kim 1 Taeseup Song 1 Hyunjung Park 2 Jihoon Seo 2 Jae-Young Bae 2 Jeong-Gu Yeo 3 Ungyu Paik 1 2

1Hanyang University Seoul Republic of Korea2Hanyang University Seoul Republic of Korea3Korea Institute of Energy Research Daejeon Republic of Korea

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3:00 AM - F3.03
Scanning Near-field Infrared Microscopy of LixFePO4 Single Crystals

Ivan Thomas Lucas 1 2 Alexander S. McLeod 3 Jaroslaw S. Syzdek 2 Derek S. Middlemiss 4 Clare P. Grey 4 Dimitri N. Basov 3 Robert Kostecki 2

1University Pierre and Marie Curie (Paris 6) Paris France2Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Berkeley USA3University of California San Diego USA4University of Cambridge Cambridge United Kingdom

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3:15 AM - F3.04
Nanoscale Visualization of Phase Transformation in Many-particle Lithium Iron Phosphate Electrodes

Yiyang Li 1 Farid El Gabaly 2 Joshua D Sugar 2 Tolek Tyliszczak 3 William C Chueh 1

1Stanford University Stanford USA2Sandia National Laboratories Livermore USA3Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Berkeley USA

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3:30 AM - F3.05
Size Effect of LiFePO4 Cathode Materials

Changbao Zhu 1 Lin Gu 2 Katja Weichert 1 Jelena Popovic 1 Hong Li 2 Joachim Maier 1

1Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research Stuttgart Germany2Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences Beijing China

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3:45 AM - F3.06
Design of Li2MnSiO4 Cathode Material for High Reversible Delithiation/Lithiation of 1.25 Li/Formula-unit

Masahiko Miyahara 1 Mana Hokazono 1 Maki Moriya 1 Hirokazu Sasaki 1 Atsushi Nemoto 1 Shingo Katayama 1 Yuji Akimoto 1 Shin-ichi Hirano 2

1SHOEI CHEMICAL INC. Tokyo Japan2Shanghai Jiao Tong University Shanghai China

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4:00 AM - F3

F4: Modelling
Session Chairs
Robert Kostecki
Mingyan Wu
Tuesday PM, April 02, 2013
Moscone West, Level 2, Room 2004

4:30 AM - *F4.01
Electrode Designs for High Specific Energy Lithium-ion Cells

Godfrey Sikha 1 Joseph G Gordon 1 Connie P Wang 1

1Applied Materials Inc. Santa Clara USA

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5:00 AM - F4.02
Coupling between Cation Ordering and Electrode Performance in the High-voltage LixNi0.5Mn1.5O4 Spinel

Eunseok Lee 1 Kristin Persson 1

1Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Berkeley USA

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5:15 AM - F4.03
First Principles Investigations of the Li10GeP2S12 Superionic Conductor and Related Materials

Yifei Mo 1 Shyue Ping Ong 1 William Davidson Richards 1 Gerbrand Ceder 1

1Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge USA

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5:30 AM - F4.04
Fatigue Simulation for Lithium-ion Battery Materials

Michael A Stamps 1 Hsiao-Ying Shadow Huang 1

1North Carolina State University Raleigh USA

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5:45 AM - F4.05
Simulation of Galvanostatic Discharge of the L