Du Hyun Lim
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An Electrospun Core–Shell Nanofiber Web as a High-Performance Cathode for Iron Disulfide-Based Rechargeable Lithium Batteries
Free-Standing 3D-Sponged Nanofiber Electrodes for Ultrahigh-Rate Energy-Storage Devices
An Electrospun Nanofiber Membrane as Gel-Based Electrolyte for Room-Temperature Sodium–Sulfur Batteries
Rational Design of Low Cost and High Energy Lithium Batteries through Tailored Fluorine-free Electrolyte and Nanostructured S/C Composite
Novel materials for high capacity sulphur based batteries
Tailor-Made Electrospun Multilayer Composite Polymer Electrolytes for High-Performance Lithium Polymer Batteries
Stabilizing the Performance of High-Capacity Sulfur Composite Electrodes by a New Gel Polymer Electrolyte Configuration
Coin-cell Supercapacitors Based on CVD Grown and Vertically Aligned Carbon Nanofibers (VACNFs)
Route to sustainable lithium-sulfur batteries with high practical capacity through a fluorine free polysulfide catholyte and self-standing Carbon Nanofiber membranes
Ionic liquid and hybrid ionic liquid/organic electrolytes for high temperature lithium-ion battery application
Towards more thermally stable Li-ion battery electrolytes with salts and solvents sharing nitrile functionality
Role of organic solvent addition to ionic liquid electrolytes for lithium-sulphur batteries
Role of organic solvent addition to ionic liquid electrolytes for lithium–sulphur batteries
Rechargeable-hybrid-seawater fuel cell
All fluorine-free lithium battery electrolytes Dedications: In memoriam of Prof. per Jacobsson.
Effect of carbon coating methods on structural characteristics and electrochemical properties of carbon-coated lithium iron phosphate
Electrochemical characterization of poly(vinylidene fluoride-co-hexafluoro propylene) based electrospun gel polymer electrolytes incorporating moth temperature ionic liquids as green electrolytes for lithium batteries
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