Lithium and sodium intercalated dichalcogenides: Properties and electrode applications
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The structural, thermodynamic and transport properties of lithium and sodium intercalated dichalcogenides are summarized. They have an unusual layered structure, an extremely low alkali-metal chemical potential over a wide compositional range, and an extremely high alkali-metal chemical diffusivity. With such properties these compounds are attractive electrode materials. To assess their potential applications in high energy density batteries, recent electrochemical cell investigations using either lithium-intercalated or sodium-intercalated TiS2 electrodes are discussed. © 1982.
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Johnson, W. B., & Worrell, W. L.
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