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Nature Chemistry volume 8, pages 641643 (2016) | Download Citation

Combining conventional transition-metal oxidation with oxygen oxidation in 'lithium-excess' materials is a recently discovered route to improving the capacity of lithium-ion batteries. Now two studies, one experimental and one theoretical, have investigated the processes, states and structures involved.

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  1. Claude Delmas is in the Institute of Condensed Matter Chemistry of Bordeaux, CNRS, University of Bordeaux, Pessac, France

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