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Associated Title(s): Advanced Electronic Materials, Advanced Engineering Materials, Advanced Functional Materials, Advanced Healthcare Materials, Advanced Materials, Advanced Materials Interfaces, Advanced Materials Technologies, Advanced Optical Materials, Advanced Science, Energy Technology, Fuel Cells, Particle & Particle Systems Characterization, Small
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- Recent Advances in Perovskite Oxides as Electrode Materials for Nonaqueous Lithium–Oxygen Batteries
Peng Tan, Meilin Liu, Zongping Shao and Meng Ni
Version of Record online: 20 FEB 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/aenm.201602674
Perovskite oxides as the electrode materials in nonaqueous lithium–oxygen batteries are reviewed. Future research directions of perovskite oxides should focus on the understanding of electrochemical mechanisms during the oxygen reduction and evolution processes, the structure design from nanoparticles to hierarchical porous structures, and the composite incorporation with improved electrical conductivities, catalytic activities, and structural merits.
- Recent Advances of Mn-Rich LiFe1-yMnyPO4 (0.5 ≤ y < 1.0) Cathode Materials for High Energy Density Lithium Ion Batteries
Yuanfu Deng, Chunxiang Yang, Kaixiang Zou, Xusong Qin, Zhenxia Zhao and Guohua Chen
Version of Record online: 20 FEB 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/aenm.201601958
Mn-rich LiFe1-yMnyPO4 (0.5 ≤ y < 1.0) materials are among the most promising cathode materials for next generation of high-energy-density lithium ion batteries. The recent advances of the development of LiFe1-yMnyPO4, especially on the studies of synthesis strategies, structural features, delithiation/lithiation mechanisms, thermodynamic properties, as well as some aspects for future exploration are outlined in this review.
- Chlorine-Enabled Electron Doping in Solution-Synthesized SnSe Thermoelectric Nanomaterials
Guang Han, Srinivas R. Popuri, Heather F. Greer, Lourdes F. Llin, Jan-Willem G. Bos, Wuzong Zhou, Douglas J. Paul, Hervé Ménard, Andrew R. Knox, Andrea Montecucco, Jonathan Siviter, Elena A. Man, Wen-guang Li, Manosh C. Paul, Min Gao, Tracy Sweet, Robert Freer, Feridoon Azough, Hasan Baig, Tapas K. Mallick and Duncan H. Gregory
Version of Record online: 20 FEB 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/aenm.201602328
An aqueous solution method is developed for the scalable synthesis of Cl-containing SnSe nanoparticles with tuneable particle size and Cl concentration. Hot pressing produces n-type Cl-doped SnSe nanostructured compacts with thermoelectric power factors optimized via control of Cl dopant concentration.
- Atomic Modulation of FeCo–Nitrogen–Carbon Bifunctional Oxygen Electrodes for Rechargeable and Flexible All-Solid-State Zinc–Air Battery
Chang-Yuan Su, Hui Cheng, Wei Li, Zhao-Qing Liu, Nan Li, Zhufeng Hou, Fu-Quan Bai, Hong-Xing Zhang and Tian-Yi Ma
Version of Record online: 20 FEB 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/aenm.201602420
Bamboo-like FeCo alloy encapsulated in nitrogen-doped carbon nanotubes exhibits superior catalytic oxygen reduction and oxygen evolution performance than that of noble metal benchmarks, which benefits from the nitrogen-rich and defect-rich catalyst surface. The all-solid-state zinc–air batteries equipped by the synthesized materials show low charging/discharging overpotentials, long lifetime, and high flexibility, suitable for practical application.
- Effect of Polymer–Fullerene Interaction on the Dielectric Properties of the Blend
Iordania Constantinou, Xueping Yi, Nathan T. Shewmon, Erik D. Klump, Cheng Peng, Sofia Garakyaraghi, Chi Kin Lo, John R. Reynolds, Felix N. Castellano and Franky So
Version of Record online: 17 FEB 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/aenm.201601947
The relationship between the dielectric constant and the device performance is investigated in polymer solar cells. The increase in the dielectric constant observed upon polymer–fullerene blending correlates well with device performance, in contrast to the pristine polymer dielectric constant. More importantly, the increase in excited state polarizability upon blending is a key indicator of device performance and is responsible for efficient charge transfer.