Self-assembly of core-shell structures driven by low doping limit of Ti in LiCoO2: first-principles thermodynamic and experimental investigation.

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Introducing additives is a general method of performance improvement in materials engineering, but details regarding whether the additive is doped in the host crystal or present as a secondary phase are usually examined from experimental experience, with a systematic theoretical prediction lacking, which sometimes causes controversy on the role of additives… (More)
DOI: 10.1039/c6cp08114b

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@article{Kim2017SelfassemblyOC, title={Self-assembly of core-shell structures driven by low doping limit of Ti in LiCoO2: first-principles thermodynamic and experimental investigation.}, author={Subeen Kim and Sungho Choi and Kanghyeon Lee and Gene Jaehyoung Yang and Sun Sook Lee and Yongseon Kim}, journal={Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP}, year={2017}, volume={19 5}, pages={4104-4113} }