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[en] A re-usable in-situ-SQUID electrochemical cell for magnetisation studies during electrochemical cycling is presented. The proof of function is demonstrated by recording reversible magnetisation changes in LiFeO nanoparticles upon electrochemical cycling. The data imply the transition from inverse spinel structure (x=0) to a rocksalt phase (x=2). In addition, the setup is utilised to study the effect of lithiation on the Mott-Hubbard transition in VO.
[en] Highlights: • The electrochemical synthesis of poly(o-methoxyaniline) (POMA) thin films was performed. • The concentration of monomer, and anodic charge influence the POMA film formation. • A relationship between the mass of the POMA, the anodic charge, and concentration of the OMA was established by EQCM studies. • The morphology of the films shows a compact first layer with spherical grains of different sizes distributed in this layer.
[en] A comprehensive electrochemical impedance study is conducted on LiNi0.80Co0.15Al0.05O2 electrode material as a function of state-of-charge and aging. Electrodes are harvested from four commercial batteries with different state-of-health conditions. Odd random phase electrochemical impedance spectroscopy and the symmetric cell approach are applied in this work in order to obtain reliable impedance results. An equivalent electrical circuit model is constructed. The parameters related to the generalized finite-space Warburg element, the CPE element and the charge transfer resistance are further interpreted. Valuable information is obtained and closely linked to the physical phenomena. The charge transfer resistance has been proved to be the most reliable parameter for the estimation of state-of-health.
[en] Conditions for electrochemical generation of cerium(IV) at glassy carbon in acetic acid in the presence of alkali-metal acetates and sodium perchlorate, respectively, were investigated. A high current efficiency was achieved in anodic oxidation of cerium(III) in acetate supporting electrolytes. Coulometric titration methods for the determination of reducing substances with the generated oxidant were also developed. The end-points were determined by the biamperometric and bipotentiometric methods. The error of the determinations was less than ± 2%
[en] Practical information is provided on electrochemical measurements in molten salt systems. The emphasis is on chloride and fluoride systems, but the principles are applicable to any high temperature molten salt or molten oxide electrolyte system. Considerations are given to topics such as the functionality of electrochemical measurement equipment, reference electrodes, materials selection and chemical compatibility, interpretation of electrochemical measurement signals, molten salt properties, and laboratory practices.