Ezhiylmurugan Rangasamy
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The role of Al and Li concentration on the formation of cubic garnet solid electrolyte of nominal composition Li< sub> 7</sub> La< sub> 3</sub> Zr< sub> 2</sub> O< sub> 12</sub>
E Rangasamy, J Wolfenstine, J Sakamoto
Solid State Ionics 206, 28-32, 2012
4672012
Effect of substitution (Ta, Al, Ga) on the conductivity of Li< sub> 7</sub> La< sub> 3</sub> Zr< sub> 2</sub> O< sub> 12</sub>
JL Allen, J Wolfenstine, E Rangasamy, J Sakamoto
Journal of Power Sources, 2012
363*2012
An Iodide-Based Li7P2S8I Superionic Conductor
E Rangasamy, Z Liu, M Gobet, K Pilar, G Sahu, W Zhou, H Wu, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 137 (4), 1384-1387, 2015
2172015
Room temperature elastic moduli and Vickers hardness of hot-pressed LLZO cubic garnet
JE Ni, ED Case, JS Sakamoto, E Rangasamy, JB Wolfenstine
Journal of Materials Science 47 (23), 7978-7985, 2012
1922012
Synthesis and high Li-ion conductivity of Ga-stabilized cubic Li7La3Zr2O12
J Wolfenstine, J Ratchford, E Rangasamy, J Sakamoto, JL Allen
Materials Chemistry and physics 134 (2-3), 571-575, 2012
1452012
High conductivity of dense tetragonal Li7La3Zr2O12
J Wolfenstine, E Rangasamy, JL Allen, J Sakamoto
Journal of Power Sources 208, 193, 2012
1392012
The effect of 24c-site (A) cation substitution on the tetragonal–cubic phase transition in Li7− xLa3− xAxZr2O12 garnet-based ceramic electrolyte
E Rangasamy, J Wolfenstine, J Allen, J Sakamoto
Journal of Power Sources 230, 261-266, 2013
1102013
Excellent Stability of a Lithium‐Ion‐Conducting Solid Electrolyte upon Reversible Li+/H+ Exchange in Aqueous Solutions
C Ma, E Rangasamy, C Liang, J Sakamoto, KL More, M Chi
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 54 (1), 129-133, 2015
1012015
Origin of High Li+ Conduction in Doped Li7La3Zr2O12 Garnets
Y Chen, E Rangasamy, C Liang, K An
Chemistry of Materials 27 (16), 5491-5494, 2015
842015
Synthesis of nano-scale fast ion conducting cubic Li7La3Zr2O12
J Sakamoto, E Rangasamy, H Kim, Y Kim, J Wolfenstine
Nanotechnology 24 (42), 424005, 2013
802013
Mechanical properties of the solid Li-ion conducting electrolyte: Li 0.33 La 0.57 TiO 3
YH Cho, J Wolfenstine, E Rangasamy, H Kim, H Choe, J Sakamoto
Journal of Materials Science 47 (16), 5970-5977, 2012
792012
A high conductivity oxide–sulfide composite lithium superionic conductor
E Rangasamy, G Sahu, JK Keum, AJ Rondinone, NJ Dudney, C Liang
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 2 (12), 4111-4116, 2014
722014
Resolving the Grain Boundary and Lattice Impedance of Hot‐Pressed Li7La3Zr2O12 Garnet Electrolytes
WE Tenhaeff, E Rangasamy, Y Wang, AP Sokolov, J Wolfenstine, ...
ChemElectroChem 1 (2), 375-378, 2014
692014
A high-conduction Ge substituted Li 3 AsS 4 solid electrolyte with exceptional low activation energy
G Sahu, E Rangasamy, J Li, Y Chen, K An, N Dudney, C Liang
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 2 (27), 10396-10403, 2014
572014
Pushing the Theoretical Limit of Li-CFx Batteries: A Tale of Bifunctional Electrolyte
E Rangasamy, J Li, G Sahu, N Dudney, C Liang
Journal of the American Chemical Society 136 (19), 6874-6877, 2014
542014
Methods of making and using oxide ceramic solids and products and devices related thereto
J Sakamoto, E Rangasamy, H Kim, Y Kim, RP Maloney
US Patent 9,093,717, 2015
412015
A study of suppressed formation of low-conductivity phases in doped Li 7 La 3 Zr 2 O 12 garnets by in situ neutron diffraction
Y Chen, E Rangasamy, CR dela Cruz, C Liang, K An
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 3 (45), 22868-22876, 2015
342015
dela Cruz, CR; Liang, C.; An, K. A study of suppressed formation of low-conductivity phases in doped Li7La3Zr2O12 garnets by in situ neutron diffraction
Y Chen, E Rangasamy
J. Mater. Chem. A 3, 22868-22876, 2015
282015
Group administration of universal resource identifiers with members identified in search result
C Ullmann, L Ullmann
US Patent App. 10/388,975, 2004
242004
Template-based methods of making and using ceramic solids
J Sakamoto, T Thompson, E Rangasamy, DA Lynam
US Patent 10,388,975, 2019
222019
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