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“Water-in-salt” electrolyte enables high-voltage aqueous lithium-ion chemistries
L Suo, O Borodin, T Gao, M Olguin, J Ho, X Fan, C Luo, C Wang, K Xu
Science 350 (6263), 938-943, 2015
21212015
High rate and stable cycling of lithium metal anode
J Qian, W Henderson, W Xu, P Bhattacharya, M Engelhard, O Borodin, ...
Nature Communications 6, 6362, 2015
18462015
Highly reversible zinc metal anode for aqueous batteries
F Wang, O Borodin, T Gao, X Fan, W Sun, F Han, A Faraone, JA Dura, ...
Nature materials 17 (6), 543-549, 2018
12792018
Non-flammable electrolyte enables Li-metal batteries with aggressive cathode chemistries
X Fan, L Chen, O Borodin, X Ji, J Chen, S Hou, T Deng, J Zheng, C Yang, ...
Nature nanotechnology 13 (8), 715-722, 2018
7142018
Polarizable force field development and molecular dynamics simulations of ionic liquids
O Borodin
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 113 (33), 11463-11478, 2009
6392009
Advanced high‐voltage aqueous lithium‐ion battery enabled by “water‐in‐bisalt” electrolyte
L Suo, O Borodin, W Sun, X Fan, C Yang, F Wang, T Gao, Z Ma, ...
Angewandte Chemie 128 (25), 7252-7257, 2016
5222016
Aqueous Li-ion battery enabled by halogen conversion–intercalation chemistry in graphite
C Yang, J Chen, X Ji, TP Pollard, X Lü, CJ Sun, S Hou, Q Liu, C Liu, ...
Nature 569 (7755), 245-250, 2019
4572019
Mechanism of ion transport in amorphous poly (ethylene oxide)/LiTFSI from molecular dynamics simulations
O Borodin, GD Smith
Macromolecules 39 (4), 1620-1629, 2006
4282006
“Water‐in‐salt” electrolyte makes aqueous sodium‐ion battery safe, green, and long‐lasting
L Suo, O Borodin, Y Wang, X Rong, W Sun, X Fan, S Xu, MA Schroeder, ...
Advanced Energy Materials 7 (21), 1701189, 2017
3912017
4.0 V aqueous Li-ion batteries
C Yang, J Chen, T Qing, X Fan, W Sun, A von Cresce, MS Ding, ...
Joule 1 (1), 122-132, 2017
3752017
Molecular insights into the potential and temperature dependences of the differential capacitance of a room-temperature ionic liquid at graphite electrodes
J Vatamanu, O Borodin, GD Smith
Journal of the American Chemical Society 132 (42), 14825-14833, 2010
3392010
Li+ cation environment, transport, and mechanical properties of the LiTFSI doped N-methyl-N-alkylpyrrolidinium+ TFSI-ionic liquids
O Borodin, GD Smith, W Henderson
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 110 (34), 16879-16886, 2006
3302006
Lithium Iodide as a Promising Electrolyte Additive for Lithium–Sulfur Batteries: Mechanisms of Performance Enhancement
F Wu, JT Lee, N Nitta, H Kim, O Borodin, G Yushin
Advanced Materials 27 (1), 101–108, 2015
3132015
Electrolyte design for LiF-rich solid–electrolyte interfaces to enable high-performance microsized alloy anodes for batteries
J Chen, X Fan, Q Li, H Yang, MR Khoshi, Y Xu, S Hwang, L Chen, X Ji, ...
Nature Energy 5 (5), 386-397, 2020
3102020
Concentrated electrolytes: decrypting electrolyte properties and reassessing Al corrosion mechanisms
DW McOwen, DM Seo, O Borodin, J Vatamanu, PD Boyle, WA Henderson
Energy & Environmental Science 7 (1), 416-426, 2014
3082014
Electrolytes for Lithium and Lithium-Ion Batteries
ME Jow, T.R., Xu, K., Borodin, O., Ue
Springer 58, 476, 2014
305*2014
Realizing high zinc reversibility in rechargeable batteries
L Ma, MA Schroeder, O Borodin, TP Pollard, MS Ding, C Wang, K Xu
Nature Energy 5 (10), 743-749, 2020
3002020
Molecular dynamics simulations of ionic liquids and electrolytes using polarizable force fields
D Bedrov, JP Piquemal, O Borodin, AD MacKerell Jr, B Roux, ...
Chemical reviews 119 (13), 7940-7995, 2019
2892019
Quantum Chemistry and Molecular Dynamics Simulation Study of Dimethyl Carbonate: Ethylene Carbonate Electrolytes Doped with LiPF6
O Borodin, GD Smith
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 113 (6), 1763-1776, 2009
2782009
Oxidative stability and initial decomposition reactions of carbonate, sulfone, and alkyl phosphate-based electrolytes
O Borodin, W Behl, TR Jow
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 117 (17), 8661-8682, 2013
2742013
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