State of LiFePO4 Li-Ion Battery Electrodes after 6533 Deep-Discharge Cycles Characterized by Combined Micro-XRF and Micro-XRD

  title={State of LiFePO4 Li-Ion Battery Electrodes after 6533 Deep-Discharge Cycles Characterized by Combined Micro-XRF and Micro-XRD},
  author={Ulrike Boesenberg and Christian Henriksen and Kaare Lund Rasmussen and Yet‐Ming Chiang and Jan Garrevoet and Dorthe Bomholdt Ravnsb{\ae}k},
  journal={ACS Applied Energy Materials},


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