Entropymetry for non-destructive structural analysis of LiCoO2cathodes

@article{Kim2020EntropymetryFN,
  title={Entropymetry for non-destructive structural analysis of LiCoO2cathodes},
  author={Hyejung Kim and Youngkyu Park and Yoo Jin Kwon and Jaeho Shin and Young-Han Kim and Hyungmin Ahn and Rachid Yazami and Jang Wook Choi},
  journal={Energy and Environmental Science},
  year={2020},
  volume={13},
  pages={286-296}
}
Upon the emergence of electric vehicles, accurate and non-destructive monitoring of battery electrode materials during operation is highly desirable. Structural degradation of widely adopted intercalation-based materials constitutes the origin of their capacity fading and safety deterioration. Here, we introduce entropymetry to monitor the structural changes of LiCoO2 (LCO) and its nickel (Ni)-doped derivatives at different states of charge (SOC). While simple lithium (Li) extraction on… 
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