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Degradation diagnostics for lithium ion cells

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Degradation in lithium ion (Li-ion) battery cells is the result of a complex interplay of a host of different physical and chemical mechanisms. The measurable, physical effects of these degradation mechanisms on the cell can be summarised in terms of three degradation modes, namely loss of lithium inventory, loss of active positive electrode material and loss of active negative electrode material. The different degradation modes are assumed to have unique and measurable effects on the open ci...

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10.1016/j.jpowsour.2016.12.011

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Oxford, MPLS, Engineering Science
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St Hildas College
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Journal of Power Sources Journal website
Volume:
341
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373–386
Publication date:
2016-01-01
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2016-12-04
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0378-7753
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pubs:664091
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uri:6cdba750-3924-4ca4-8b49-2fcff51641e2
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