Xiaowen Zhan
Xiaowen Zhan
Professor, Anhui University; Ph.D., U. of Kentucky; Postdoc, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Verified email at pnnl.gov
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Structural, electrochemical and Li-ion transport properties of Zr-modified LiNi0. 8Co0. 1Mn0. 1O2 positive electrode materials for Li-ion batteries
S Gao, X Zhan, YT Cheng
Journal of Power Sources 410, 45-52, 2019
692019
Defect chemistry and electrical properties of garnet-type Li7La3Zr2O12
X Zhan, S Lai, MP Gobet, SG Greenbaum, M Shirpour
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 20 (3), 1447-1459, 2018
412018
Improving Ionic Conductivity with Bimodal-Sized Li7La3Zr2O12 Fillers for Composite Polymer Electrolytes
Y Sun†, X Zhan†, J Hu, Y Wang, S Gao, Y Shen, YT Cheng
ACS applied materials & interfaces 11 (13), 12467-12475, 2019
392019
Influence of annealing atmosphere on Li2ZrO3-coated LiNi0. 6Co0. 2Mn0. 2O2 and its high-voltage cycling performance
X Zhan, S Gao, YT Cheng
Electrochimica Acta 300, 36-44, 2019
322019
Evolution of solid/aqueous interface in aqueous sodium-ion batteries
X Zhan, M Shirpour
Chemical Communications 53 (1), 204-207, 2017
292017
Effects of polymeric binders on the cracking behavior of silicon composite electrodes during electrochemical cycling
Y Wang, D Dang, D Li, J Hu, X Zhan, YT Cheng
Journal of Power Sources 438, 226938, 2019
182019
Nonstoichiometry and Li‐ion transport in lithium zirconate: The role of oxygen vacancies
X Zhan, YT Cheng, M Shirpour
Journal of the American Ceramic Society 101 (9), 4053-4065, 2018
112018
Charge transport in electronic–ionic composites
L Zhang, X Zhan, YT Cheng, M Shirpour
The journal of physical chemistry letters 8 (21), 5385-5389, 2017
102017
Elucidating the role of anionic chemistry towards high-rate intermediate-temperature Na-metal halide batteries
X Zhan, JP Sepulveda, X Lu, JF Bonnett, NL Canfield, T Lemmon, K Jung, ...
Energy Storage Materials 24, 177-187, 2020
92020
A Low‐Cost Durable Na‐FeCl2 Battery with Ultrahigh Rate Capability
X Zhan, ME Bowden, X Lu, JF Bonnett, T Lemmon, DM Reed, ...
Advanced Energy Materials 10 (10), 1903472, 2020
62020
Sodium-Ion Batteries:“Beyond Lithium-Ion”
M Shirpour, X Zhan, M Doeff
2015 TechConnect World Innovation Conference, 2015
32015
Elastic NaxMoS2-Carbon-BASE Triple Interface Direct Robust Solid–Solid Interface for All-Solid-State Na–S Batteries
K Lu, B Li, X Zhan, F Xia, OJ Dahunsi, S Gao, DM Reed, VL Sprenkle, G Li, ...
Nano Letters 20 (9), 6837-6844, 2020
22020
Probing the origin of microcracks in layered oxide cathodes via electron microscopy
X Liu, X Zhan, ZD Hood, M Chi
Microscopy and Microanalysis 25 (S2), 2058-2059, 2019
22019
A Thermodynamic Perspective for Formation of Solid Electrolyte Interphase in Lithium-Ion Batteries
X Zhan, M Shirpour, F Yang
Electrochimica Acta 173, 736-742, 2015
22015
High performance sodium-sulfur batteries at low temperature enabled by superior molten Na wettability
MM Li, X Lu, X Zhan, MH Engelhard, JF Bonnett, E Polikarpov, K Jung, ...
Chemical Communications 57 (1), 45-48, 2021
12021
Na‐FeCl2 Batteries: A Low‐Cost Durable Na‐FeCl2 Battery with Ultrahigh Rate Capability (Adv. Energy Mater. 10/2020)
X Zhan, ME Bowden, X Lu, JF Bonnett, T Lemmon, DM Reed, ...
Advanced Energy Materials 10 (10), 2070042, 2020
12020
Essential effect of the electrolyte on the mechanical and chemical degradation of LiNi 0.8 Co 0.15 Al 0.05 O 2 cathodes upon long-term cycling
X Liu†, X Zhan†, ZD Hood†, W Li, DN Leonard, A Manthiram, M Chi
Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2021
2021
Low-Cost and High Rate Na-FeCl2 Batteries for Large Scale Energy Storage Applications
X Zhan, D Reed, V Sprenkle, G Li
ECS Meeting Abstracts, 1071, 2020
2020
A High‐Performance Na–Al Battery Based on Reversible NaAlCl4 Catholyte
X Zhan, JF Bonnett, MH Engelhard, DM Reed, VL Sprenkle, G Li
Advanced Energy Materials, 2001378, 2020
2020
Emerging soluble organic redox materials for next-generation grid energy-storage applications
X Zhan, X Lu, DM Reed, VL Sprenkle, G Li
MRS Communications 10 (2), 215, 2020
2020
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