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Atomic-scale origin of the low grain-boundary resistance in perovskite solid electrolytes

@inproceedings{Lee2022AtomicscaleOO,
  title={Atomic-scale origin of the low grain-boundary resistance in perovskite solid electrolytes},
  author={Tom Lee and Ji Qi and Chaitanya A Gadre and Huaixun Huyan and Shu-Ting Ko and Yunxing Zuo and Chaojie Du and Jie Li and Toshihiro Aoki and Caden John Stippich and Ruqian Wu and Jian Luo and Shyue Ping Ong and Xiaoqing Pan},
  year={2022}
}
word count: 195. Main body of the text word count: 4780. Number of references: 56. Number of figures in main text: 5. Number of tables in main text: 0. Number of figures in supporting information: 16. Number of tables in supporting information: 4. Abstract Oxide solid electrolytes (OSEs) have the potential to achieve improved safety and energy density for lithium-ion batteries, but their high grain-boundary (GB) resistance is a general bottleneck. In the most well studied perovskite OSE, Li 3 x… 

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