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Laura Lander
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Polyanionic Insertion Materials for Sodium‐Ion Batteries
P Barpanda, L Lander, S Nishimura, A Yamada
Advanced Energy Materials 8 (17), 1703055, 2018
1742018
Highly Reversible Oxygen‐Redox Chemistry at 4.1 V in Na4/7−x[□1/7Mn6/7]O2 (□: Mn Vacancy)
B Mortemard de Boisse, S Nishimura, E Watanabe, L Lander, ...
Advanced Energy Materials 8 (20), 1800409, 2018
1262018
Synthesis and Electrochemical Performance of the Orthorhombic Li2Fe(SO4)2 Polymorph for Li-Ion Batteries
L Lander, M Reynaud, G Rousse, MT Sougrati, C Laberty-Robert, ...
Chemistry of Materials 26 (14), 4178-4189, 2014
612014
Synthesis, Structure, and Electrochemical Properties of K-Based Sulfates K2M2(SO4)3 with M = Fe and Cu
L Lander, G Rousse, D Batuk, CV Colin, DA Dalla Corte, JM Tarascon
Inorganic chemistry 56 (4), 2013-2021, 2017
292017
Rhombohedral NASICON-type Na x Fe 2 (SO 4) 3 for sodium ion batteries: comparison with phosphate and alluaudite phases
SC Chung, J Ming, L Lander, J Lu, A Yamada
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 6 (9), 3919-3925, 2018
282018
Structural, electrochemical and magnetic properties of a novel KFeSO 4 F polymorph
L Lander, G Rousse, AM Abakumov, M Sougrati, G Van Tendeloo, ...
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 3 (39), 19754-19764, 2015
262015
Sulfate‐Based Cathode Materials for Li‐and Na‐Ion Batteries
L Lander, JM Tarascon, A Yamada
The Chemical Record 18 (10), 1394-1408, 2018
252018
Cost and carbon footprint reduction of electric vehicle lithium-ion batteries through efficient thermal management
L Lander, E Kallitsis, A Hales, JS Edge, A Korre, G Offer
Applied Energy 289, 116737, 2021
212021
Unveiling the electrochemical mechanisms of Li 2 Fe (SO 4) 2 polymorphs by neutron diffraction and density functional theory calculations
L Lander, M Reynaud, J Carrasco, NA Katcho, C Bellin, A Polian, ...
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 18 (21), 14509-14519, 2016
212016
Thermodynamic stability and correlation with synthesis conditions, structure and phase transformations in orthorhombic and monoclinic Li 2 M (SO 4) 2 (M= Mn, Fe, Co, Ni) polymorphs
AV Radha, L Lander, G Rousse, JM Tarascon, A Navrotsky
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 3 (6), 2601-2608, 2015
142015
Financial viability of electric vehicle lithium-ion battery recycling
L Lander, T Cleaver, MA Rajaeifar, V Nguyen-Tien, RJR Elliott, O Heidrich, ...
Iscience 24 (7), 102787, 2021
132021
Towards a More Sustainable Lithium‐Ion Battery Future: Recycling LIBs from Electric Vehicles
A Chitre, D Freake, L Lander, J Edge, MM Titirici
Batteries & Supercaps, 2020
132020
Stability of conductive carbon additives in 5 V-class Li-ion batteries
S Ko, Y Yamada, L Lander, A Yamada
Carbon 158, 766-771, 2020
102020
Redox-Driven Spin Transition in a Layered Battery Cathode Material
E Watanabe, W Zhao, A Sugahara, B Mortemard de Boisse, L Lander, ...
Chemistry of Materials 31 (7), 2358-2365, 2019
102019
Magnetic Structures of Orthorhombic Li2M(SO4)2 (M = Co, Fe) and LixFe(SO4)2 (x = 1, 1.5) Phases
L Lander, M Reynaud, J Rodríguez-Carvajal, JM Tarascon, G Rousse
Inorganic chemistry 55 (22), 11760-11769, 2016
92016
Thermodynamic Properties of Polymorphs of Fluorosulfate Based Cathode Materials with Exchangeable Potassium Ions
R Shivaramaiah, L Lander, GP Nagabhushana, G Rousse, JM Tarascon, ...
ChemPhysChem 17 (21), 3365-3368, 2016
42016
HPO32‒as Building Unit for Sodium-Ion Battery Cathodes: 3.1 V Operation of Na2-xFe (HPO3) 2 (0< x< 1)
Z Ma, L Lander, S Nishimura, M Okubo, A Yamada
Chemical Communications, 2019
22019
Exploration of new sulfate-based cathode materials for lithium ion batteries
L Lander
Université Pierre et Marie Curie-Paris VI, 2016
12016
Synthesis, crystal structure and possible proton conduction of Fe (H2PO4) 2F
Z Ma, L Lander, S Nishimura, C Fukakusa, T Yamada, M Okubo, ...
Solid State Ionics 338, 134-137, 2019
2019
New Iron Sulfate Based Compounds as Positive Electrode Materials for Li-Ion Batteries
G Rousse, L Lander, M Reynaud, JM Tarascon
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