Philipp Adelhelm
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From lithium‐ion to sodium‐ion batteries: advantages, challenges, and surprises
PK Nayak, L Yang, W Brehm, P Adelhelm
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 57 (1), 102-120, 2018
Use of graphite as a highly reversible electrode with superior cycle life for sodium‐ion batteries by making use of co‐intercalation phenomena
B Jache, P Adelhelm
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 53 (38), 10169-10173, 2014
A rechargeable room-temperature sodium superoxide (NaO2) battery
P Hartmann, CL Bender, M Vračar, AK Dürr, A Garsuch, J Janek, ...
Nature materials 12 (3), 228-232, 2013
Synthesis of hierarchically porous carbon monoliths with highly ordered microstructure and their application in rechargeable lithium batteries with high‐rate capability
YS Hu, P Adelhelm, BM Smarsly, S Hore, M Antonietti, J Maier
Advanced functional materials 17 (12), 1873-1878, 2007
Intercalation chemistry of graphite: alkali metal ions and beyond
Y Li, Y Lu, P Adelhelm, MM Titirici, YS Hu
Chemical Society Reviews 48 (17), 4655-4687, 2019
Room-temperature sodium-ion batteries: Improving the rate capability of carbon anode materials by templating strategies
S Wenzel, T Hara, J Janek, P Adelhelm
Energy & Environmental Science 4 (9), 3342-3345, 2011
Review on challenges and recent advances in the electrochemical performance of high capacity Li‐and Mn‐rich cathode materials for Li‐ion batteries
PK Nayak, EM Erickson, F Schipper, TR Penki, N Munichandraiah, ...
Advanced Energy Materials 8 (8), 1702397, 2018
Handbook of hydrogen storage: new materials for future energy storage
K Hirose
John Wiley & Sons, 2010
High electroactivity of polyaniline in supercapacitors by using a hierarchically porous carbon monolith as a support
LZ Fan, YS Hu, J Maier, P Adelhelm, B Smarsly, M Antonietti
Advanced Functional Materials 17 (16), 3083-3087, 2007
From lithium to sodium: cell chemistry of room temperature sodium–air and sodium–sulfur batteries
P Adelhelm, P Hartmann, CL Bender, M Busche, C Eufinger, J Janek
Beilstein journal of nanotechnology 6 (1), 1016-1055, 2015
Degradation of NASICON-type materials in contact with lithium metal: formation of mixed conducting interphases (MCI) on solid electrolytes
P Hartmann, T Leichtweiss, MR Busche, M Schneider, M Reich, J Sann, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 117 (41), 21064-21074, 2013
Handbuch lithium-ionen-batterien
R Korthauer
Springer-Verlag, 2013
Dynamic formation of a solid-liquid electrolyte interphase and its consequences for hybrid-battery concepts
MR Busche, T Drossel, T Leichtweiss, DA Weber, M Falk, M Schneider, ...
Nature chemistry 8 (5), 426-434, 2016
Conversion reactions for sodium-ion batteries
F Klein, B Jache, A Bhide, P Adelhelm
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 15 (38), 15876-15887, 2013
Nanosizing and nanoconfinement: new strategies towards meeting hydrogen storage goals
PE de Jongh, P Adelhelm
ChemSusChem 3 (12), 1332-1348, 2010
A comprehensive study on the cell chemistry of the sodium superoxide (NaO 2) battery
P Hartmann, CL Bender, J Sann, AK Dürr, M Jansen, J Janek, P Adelhelm
Physical chemistry chemical Physics 15 (28), 11661-11672, 2013
Electrochemical stability of non-aqueous electrolytes for sodium-ion batteries and their compatibility with Na 0.7 CoO 2
A Bhide, J Hofmann, AK Dürr, J Janek, P Adelhelm
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 16 (5), 1987-1998, 2014
Systematical electrochemical study on the parasitic shuttle-effect in lithium-sulfur-cells at different temperatures and different rates
MR Busche, P Adelhelm, H Sommer, H Schneider, K Leitner, J Janek
Journal of power sources 259, 289-299, 2014
The Indium-Lithium electrode in solid-state lithium ion batteries: Phase formation, redox potentials and interface stability
AL Santosha, L Medenbach, J Buchheim R., P Adelhelm
Batteries & Supercaps, 10.1002/batt.201800149, 2019
Hierarchically Porous Monolithic LiFePO4/Carbon Composite Electrode Materials for High Power Lithium Ion Batteries
CM Doherty, RA Caruso, BM Smarsly, P Adelhelm, CJ Drummond
Chemistry of materials 21 (21), 5300-5306, 2009
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