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Catalysing surface film formation

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Catalysing surface film formation. / Hoster, Harry Ernst.

In: Nature Catalysis, Vol. 1, 16.04.2018, p. 236-237.

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Hoster, HE 2018, 'Catalysing surface film formation', Nature Catalysis, vol. 1, pp. 236-237.

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Hoster, H. E. (2018). Catalysing surface film formation. Nature Catalysis, 1, 236-237.

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Hoster HE. Catalysing surface film formation. Nature Catalysis. 2018 Apr 16;1:236-237.

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Hoster, Harry Ernst. / Catalysing surface film formation. In: Nature Catalysis. 2018 ; Vol. 1. pp. 236-237.

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title = "Catalysing surface film formation",
abstract = "The solid electrolyte interphase that forms on graphite anodes plays a vital role in the performance of lithium-ion batteries. Now research shows that the formation of lithium fluoride deposits — one of the main components of the solid electrolyte interphase — is strongly influenced by the electrocatalytic activity of the anode.",
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PY - 2018/4/16

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N2 - The solid electrolyte interphase that forms on graphite anodes plays a vital role in the performance of lithium-ion batteries. Now research shows that the formation of lithium fluoride deposits — one of the main components of the solid electrolyte interphase — is strongly influenced by the electrocatalytic activity of the anode.

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VL - 1

SP - 236

EP - 237

JO - Nature Catalysis

JF - Nature Catalysis

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