Little study for 310-102 exam, great success.

310-102 exam test | 310-102 practice exam | 310-102 free test | 310-102 past exams | 310-102 online exam - Killexams.com



310-102 - Sun Certified Data Management Engineer with Solstice DiskSuite Software - Dump Information

Vendor : SUN
Exam Code : 310-102
Exam Name : Sun Certified Data Management Engineer with Solstice DiskSuite Software
Questions and Answers : 150 Q & A
Updated On : July 21, 2017
PDF Download Mirror : 310-102 Brain Dump
Get Full Version : Pass4sure 310-102 Full Version


It is great to have 310-102 Actual Questions.

I cracked my 310-102 exam on my first attempt with 72.5% in just 2 days of preparation. Thank you Killexams for your valuable questions. I did the exam without any fear. Looking forward to clear the 310-102 exam with your help.

Real 310-102 exam Questions to Pass exam at first attempt.

In the exam most of the questions were same to Killexams Q&A material, which helped me to save a lot of time and I was able to complete the entire 75 questions. I also took the help of the reference book. The Killexams Questions for 310-102 exam is consistently updated to provide the most accurate and up to date questions. This really made me feel confident in passing the 310-102 exam.

Get these Q&As and go to vacations to prepare.

I purchased 310-102 preparation pack and passed the exam. No issues at all, everything is exactly as they promise. Smooth exam experience, no issues to report. Thanks.

Updated and reliable brain dumps of 310-102 are available here.

I have advised about your items to various companions and partners, and they are all extremely fulfilled. Much obliged Killexams Questions & Answers for boosting up my profession and helping me plan well for my intense exams. Much appreciated once more. I must say that I am your greatest fan! I need you to realize that I cleared my 310-102 exam today, taking into account the 310-102 course notes I purchased from you. I solved 86/95 questions in the exam. You are the best training provider.

Did you tried this great source of braindumps.

Thanks to Killexams this site gave me the tools and confidence I needed to crack the 310-102. The site has valuable information that will help you to achieve success in 310-102 guide. In turn I came to know about the 310-102 preparation software. This software is outlining each topic and put question in random order just like the test. You can get score also that will help you to assess yourself on different parameters. Wonderful

Killing the exam become too easy! I dont think so.

Hats down the best 310-102 exam preparation option. I passed my 310-102 exam last week, and this set of exam questions and answers has been very helpful. This stuff from Killexams is authentic. Before making a purchase, I contacted customer support with questions about how updated their materials are, and they confirmed that they update all exams on nearly daily basis. They add updates where necessary, or simply double check the content to make sure its up to date. It justifies paying for an exam brain dump. With Killexams, I know that I can rely on the latest exam materials, not some book that can become out of date a week after its published. So I think this is the best exam preparation option. I think I will expand my certification portfolio into a few other vendors, Im just not sure which ones yet. But what Im sure about is that I will be using Killexams as my main preparation resource.

Start preparing these 310-102 questions answers and chillout.

I didnt plan to use any brain dumps for my IT certification exams, but being under pressure of the difficulty of 310-102 exam, I ordered this bundle. I was impressed by the quality of these materials, they are absolutely worth the money, and I believe that they could cost more, this is how great they are! I didnt have any trouble while taking my exam thanks to Killexams. I simply knew all questions and answers! I got 97% with only a few weeks exam preparation, besides having some work experience, which was certainly helpful, too. So yes, Killexams is really good and highly recommended.

These 310-102 Questions/Answers provide good knowledge of topics.

I passed 310-102 exam. I think 310-102 certification is not given enough publicity and PR, since its really good but seems to be under rated these days. This is why there arent many 310-102 brain dumps available for free, so I had to purchase this one. Killexams bundle turned out to be just as great as I expected, and it gave me exactly what I needed to know, no misleading or incorrect info. Very good experience, high five to the team of developers. You guys rock.

Can I find real exam Q & A of 310-102 exam?

I passed 310-102 certification with 91 percent marks. Your brain dumps are very similar to actual exam. Thanks for your great help. I will continue to use your dumps for my next certifications. When i was hopeless that i cant become an IT certified; my friend told me about you; I tried your online Training Tools for my 310-102 exam and was able to get a 91 result in Exam. I own thanks to Killexams.

It is great ideal to prepare 310-102 exam with braindumps.

I just required telling you that I have topped in 310-102 exam. All the questions on exam table were from Killexams. It is said to be the genuine helper for me on the 310-102 exam bench. All praise of my achievement goes to this guide. This is the actual reason behind my success. It guided me in the correct way for attempting 310-102 exam questions. With the help of this study stuff I was talented to effort to all the questions in 310-102 exam. This study stuff guides a person in the right way and guarantees you 100% accomplishment in exam.

Latest Exams added on Killexams

1Z0-453 | 210-250 | 300-210 | 500-205 | 500-210 | 70-765 | 9A0-409 | C2010-555 | C2090-136 | C9010-260 | C9010-262 | C9020-560 | C9020-568 | C9050-042 | C9050-548 | C9050-549 | C9510-819 | C9520-911 | C9520-923 | C9520-928 | C9520-929 | C9550-512 | CPIM-BSP | C_TADM70_73 | C_TB1200_92 | C_TBW60_74 | C_TPLM22_64 | C_TPLM50_95 | DNDNS-200 | DSDPS-200 | E20-562 | E20-624 | E_HANABW151 | E_HANAINS151 | JN0-1330 | JN0-346 | JN0-661 | MA0-104 | MB2-711 | NSE6 | OMG-OCRES-A300 | P5050-031 |

See more dumps on Killexams

000-001 | HP2-K18 | HP0-Y12 | HP3-X01 | 650-987 | EX0-007 | BI0-125 | LOT-957 | EE0-501 | AngularJS | HP2-Z14 | 000-N20 | 000-610 | P2170-036 | COG-702 | 000-181 | JN0-633 | M2020-733 | 000-961 | 000-M88 | 648-232 | E20-598 | 1Z1-052 | 000-645 | 000-701 | HP0-M18 | ST0-303 | P11-101 | FM0-308 | HP2-H29 | VCXN610 | BCP-340 | ST0-304 | 250-530 | A2010-503 | C2180-274 | 1Z0-871 | C4040-250 | 000-974 | 70-673 | ISTQB-Advanced-Level-1 | HP0-621 | 312-50v9 | NS0-120 | 000-990 | C2180-276 | 301-01 | 9A0-044 | HP0-M58 | HP0-M48 |

310-102 Questions and Answers

310-102


QUESTION: 116

Which command creates metadevice state database replicas?


  1. "metahs"

  2. "metadb"

  3. "metainit"

  4. "metastat"


Answer: B


QUESTION: 117

Which two statements are true about checking the status of MetaDB replicas? (Choose two.)


  1. lower case letter indicate a "OK" status

  2. upper case letters indicate an "OK" status

  3. lower case letter indicate a problem status

  4. uppercase case letter indicate a problem status


Answer: AD


QUESTION: 118

What is a characteristic of a concatenated metadevice?


A. It defaults to the fastest disk. B. Disks are accessed alternately.

  1. Loss of one member equates to loss of all data.

  2. Data is spread across small equally sized disk fragments.


Answer: C


QUESTION: 119

What is a characteristic of a striped metadevice?


  1. It defaults to the fastest disk in the stripe.

  2. The loss of one member equates to the loss of all data.

  3. The data is spread across small randomly sized disk fragments.

  4. It is able to stripe "/", "swap", "/var", "/usr", "/opt".


Answer: B


QUESTION: 120

Metadevices with greater than what percent write operations should probably NOT be RAID 5 metadevices?


  1. 5 percent

  2. 20 percent

  3. 50 percent

  4. 80 percent


Answer: B


QUESTION: 121

A RAID 5 metadevice must consist of a minimum of at least how many slice(s)?


  1. 1

  2. 2

  3. 3

  4. 5


Answer: C


SUN 310-102 Exam (Sun Certified Data Management Engineer with Solstice DiskSuite Software) Detailed Information

Article by ArticleForge

Certification Watch Volume 7 #16

Written by Anne Martinez 15 October 2004

Certification News regarding Apple exams, retired Sun exams, HP AIS certification, and cSAGE certification.

Apple Max OS X Exam Promotion

Apple is running a special promotion offering a free certification exam. To get the freebie, you must pass any exam in the Apple Certified System Administrator (ACSA), Apple Certified Technical Coordinator (ACTC), or Apple Certified Help Desk Specialist (ACHDS) certification tracks between October 1 and December 31, 2004. This will earn you a free Mac OS X exam in 2005. the Apple Web site for full details.

Sun to Discontinue Exams as of December 15, 2004

Sun Microsystems has announced plans to retire seven of its older certification exams as of December 15, 2004. According to a Sun Microsystems spokesperson, only one of them (Sun Certified Web Component Developer) is slated to be replaced by a newer version covering the same subject. The retiring exams are:

  • Sun Certified Web Component Developer for the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition 1.3 (CX-310-080). To be replaced by a newer version, CX-310-081.
  • Sun Certified Developer for Sun ONE Application Server 6.0 (CX-310-540).
  • Sun Certified Data Management Engineer (emphasis on VERITAS Volume Manager (CX-310-101).
  • Sun Certified Data Management Engineer (emphasis on Solstice DiskSuite Software) (CX-">310-102).
  • Sun Certified Backup and Recovery Engineer (emphasis on VERITAS NetBackup) (CX-310-151).
  • Sun Certified Backup and Recovery Engineer (emphasis on (CX-310-152) Solstice Backup).
  • Sun Certified Storage Architect (CX-310-130).
  • Accredited Integration Specialist (AIS) ProLiant + NetWare, Windows, Linux Retired, Replaced by New Credential

    Hewlett-Packard's AIS ProLiant + NetWare, AIS ProLiant + Windows and AIS ProLiant + Linux certifications have been retired as of October 1, 2004. However, the exams will be available for completion until the 1st Dec 2004 and accepted for certification until 31 Dec 2004. New candidates will be required to complete the new 'HP ProLiant Servers' certification track.

    cSAGE Suspended

    The cSAGE certification program for system administrators has been suspended until further notice. Certification Update will keep you posted on future developments.

    That's all for this edition of Certification Watch. Please keep your certification news and tips coming to the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

  • Article by ArticleForge

    MILLO v. DELIUS

    ORDER GRANTING DEFENDANT'S MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT

    SHARON L. GLEASON, District Judge.

    Before the court at docket 41 is defendant Ralph Delius' Motion for Partial Summary Judgment. At docket 48, plaintiff Kristy Millo opposes. At docket 51, Dr. Delius replies.

    FACTS AND PROCEDURAL BACKGROUND

    This case involves claims of damages resulting from the fatal shooting of Bret Millo by defendant Dr. Ralph Delius during a guided hunting trip in May 2010. Plaintiff Kristy Millo, the widow of Bret Millo, appears in this action on behalf of herself, her late husband, and their three adult daughters.

    The facts, viewed in the light most favorable to the plaintiffs for purposes of this summary judgment motion, are as follows: Dr. Delius is a pediatric heart surgeon from Detroit, Michigan.1 Prior to the events giving rise to this action, he had been on twenty-one guided game hunts.2 In May 2010, Dr. Delius was on a guided hunting trip with Alaska Peak and Seas, a company owned by Mark Galla.3 Dr. Delius had previously gone on two black bear hunting trips with Galla, but this was his first brown bear hunt.4 Millo and Galla were the guides on the hunt.5 There were two other clients besides Dr. Delius, as well as a cook.6

    The shooting occurred on May 30, 2010 on the ninth day of the ten-day trip at approximately 10:00 p.m. on the flats at the head of the Bradfield Canal in Southeast Alaska.7 The sun had set at approximately 9:25 p.m.8

    At the time of the shooting, Galla was hunting with the other two clients.9 Millo was hunting with Dr. Delius.10 The two men had been traveling together until they reached a slough that Dr. Delius was uncomfortable crossing.11 Millo crossed the slough and directed Dr. Delius to take an alternate route approximately forty yards down the slough.12 When Dr. Delius crossed the slough, he saw an aggressive bear on top of a cut bank, with Millo ten to twelve feet below.13 The Wrangell Police later determined that Dr. Delius was approximately 178 feet away from that bank at that time.14 Millo chased the bear away, but it returned.15 Dr. Delius then heard Millo shouting at him to shoot the bear.16 Dr. Delius was not wearing his glasses, as he had removed them for the stream crossing.17 He has described the visibility conditions as "low-light."18 Galla has testified that, shortly before he heard the fatal gunshot, he and the other two clients had discussed stopping the hunt for the day because of the light conditions.19 Galla has also testified that the light at the time of the shooting was not so poor that he would have been unable to distinguish between a person and a bear.20 Millo was dressed in brown, earth-toned clothing with no blaze orange or other bright colors.21 Dr. Delius looked through the scope of his Blaser rifle, saw a moving silhouette where the bear had been, shot once, and then yelled to Millo asking if he had shot the bear.22 When Millo did not respond, Dr. Delius made his way to the area he had shot at.23 It took Dr. Delius ten to fifteen minutes to reach Millo, whom he found at the top of the bank, where Dr. Delius had last seen the bear.24 Dr. Delius immediately checked Millo's vital signs and determined that Millo was dead.25 Dr. Delius fired several shots from his own rifle and Millo's rifle, and dragged Millo's body down the bank to a position he thought better defensible from bears.26 The shots alerted Galla and the other two clients, who arrived at the scene approximately forty-five minutes later.27 Galla used his satellite phone to contact the Wrangell Police Department, who arrived at approximately 2:00 a.m.28

    The autopsy report prepared by the State Medical Examiner dated June 2, 2010 describes the bullet as having created a blast path through the right ventricle, right atrium, intraventricular septum, and posterior left ventricle of the heart; through the thoracic aorta; through the left lower lobe of the lungs; and through multiple ribs.29 The report describes extensive hemorrhaging surrounding the blast path.30 It does not contain an opinion on how long Millo lived after the shooting. Dr. Delius' retained medical expert, Dr. Vincent di Maio, reviewed the autopsy report, among other materials, and concluded that "[d]ue to the extreme nature of the internal wounds, [ Millo's] death would have been instantaneous."31

    Ms. Millo filed the complaint in this action in the Alaska Superior Court, Third Judicial District at Palmer on February 2, 2011 seeking compensatory, special, and punitive damages, as well as costs and attorney's fees on behalf of herself, Millo, and their three adult daughters.32 Both parties submitted jury demands.33 Dr. Delius timely removed this action to federal court on March 2, 2011.34 Dr. Delius filed the present Motion for Partial Summary Judgment on January 18, 2012, seeking an order dismissing the punitive damages claim and the survival claim, precluding the characterization of loss of companionship and advice-related services as an economic loss, and excluding the Millos' three daughters from statutory beneficiary status. He also seeks a determination that the plaintiffs' non-economic claims are capped at $400,000.

    DISCUSSION I. Jurisdiction

    This court has diversity jurisdiction over this matter pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1332, as the parties are citizens of different states and the amount in controversy exceeds $75,000. In this diversity action, Alaska law applies to the substantive legal issues, while federal procedures apply.35

    II. Summary Judgment Standard

    Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 56(a) directs a court to "grant summary judgment if the movant shows that there is no genuine dispute as to any material fact and the movant is entitled to judgment as a matter of law." The burden of showing the absence of a genuine dispute of material fact lies with the moving party.36 If the moving party meets this burden, the non-moving party must present specific factual evidence demonstrating the existence of a genuine issue of fact.37 The non-moving party may not rely on mere allegations or denials.38 She must demonstrate that enough evidence supports the alleged factual dispute to require a finder of fact to make a determination at trial between the parties' differing versions of the truth.39

    When considering a motion for summary judgment, a court must accept as true all evidence presented by the non-moving party, and draw "all justifiable inferences" in the non-moving party's favor.40 To reach the level of a genuine dispute, the evidence must be such as "would allow a reasonable fact-finder to return a verdict for the non-moving party."41 The non-moving party "must do more than simply show that there is some metaphysical doubt as to the material facts."42 If the evidence provided by the non-moving party is "merely colorable" or "not significantly probative," summary judgment is appropriate.43

    A party asserting that a fact cannot be or is genuinely disputed must support its assertion

    (A) citing to particular parts of materials in the record, including depositions, documents, electronically stored information, affidavits or declarations, stipulations (including those made for purposes of the motion only), admissions, interrogatory answers, or other materials; or (B) showing that the materials cited do not establish the absence or presence of a genuine dispute, or that an adverse party cannot produce admissible evidence to support the fact.44

    When granting or denying a motion for summary judgment, a court should state on the record its reasons for doing so.45

    III. Analysis A. Punitive Damages Claim

    Ms. Millo seeks an award of punitive damages under AS 09.17.020, which provides in pertinent part:

    (b) The fact finder may make an award of punitive damages only if the plaintiff proves by clear and convincing evidence that the defendant's conduct (1) was outrageous, including acts done with malice or bad motives; or (2) evidenced reckless indifference to the interest of another person.

    Ms. Millo asserts that Dr. Delius acted with reckless indifference to Millo's interest by shooting purposefully after violating "numerous hunter safety rules and commandments."46 Dr. Delius asserts that his actions were based on his reasonable belief that he was shooting at a bear in an emergency situation at the specific instruction of his guide, and additionally argues that Millo's decision to separate from him at the stream crossing "was an extreme deviation from standard guiding practice" that contributed to the shooting.47

    Ms. Millo cites to two cases in support of her position, Hayes v. Xerox and Chizmar v. Mackie, although in each of those cases the Alaska Supreme Court held that punitive damages were not appropriate.48 Dr. Delius cites to Pederson v. Barnes, where the Court held that the trial court had erred in failing to grant a directed verdict for the defendant on a punitive damages claim because it concluded that there was no evidence that the defendant had acted with reckless indifference to the plaintiff's interests.49

    In Hayes, the Alaska Supreme Court affirmed the superior court's grant of summary judgment in favor of the defendant on the issue of punitive damages.50 The defendant had failed to see a red light and had run through it, causing an accident in which the plaintiffs were injured.51 In setting out the applicable standard, the Court stated that "[a]ctual malice need not be proved" for an award of punitive damages; instead, "[c]onscious action in `deliberate disregard of [others] ... may provide the necessary state of mind [.]'"52 Citing to the commentary on the Restatement (Second) of Torts, the Court distinguished recklessness "from negligence which consists of mere `inadvertence, incompetence, unskillfulness' because reckless misconduct requires a conscious choice of a course of action."53 In Hayes, the Court found that because the defendant had not seen the red light, he had not made a conscious choice to run it. The Court therefore held that "reasonable jurors could not disagree that [the defendant's] actions constituted simple negligence and not reckless indifference to the interests of others."54

    In Chizmar, the Court affirmed the superior court's directed verdict in favor of the defendant on the issue of punitive damages.55 There, the defendant physician had misdiagnosed the plaintiff with HIV as a result of a false positive test and disclosed the test results to the plaintiff's spouse without her consent, causing emotional distress to the plaintiff as well as serious problems in her family and marriage.56 The Court cited its prior holdings that "punitive damages are a harsh remedy `not favored in law,'"57 and held that the doctor's conduct "simply cannot be characterized as outrageous."58 It buttressed its determination by referencing the defendant's actions after the misdiagnosis and disclosure, such as requesting psychiatric assistance for the plaintiff, which demonstrated "a concern for his patient's emotional well-being."59

    In Pederson, the Alaska Supreme Court held that the superior court's denial of the defendant's motion for a directed verdict on punitive damages was an abuse of discretion.60 The plaintiff, a minor, filed suit against her guardian and the guardian's attorney, Pederson, alleging that she had been defrauded of over $100,000. Pederson did not have actual knowledge of the fraud, nor was there evidence he had attempted to avoid knowledge of the fraud.61 The Court determined that Pederson "fail[ed] to appreciate the significance of certain warning signs" of his client's misconduct, and stated that it was "foolish" for him to have believed his client's assertions of honesty.62 However, it held that the record contained no evidence that Pederson had acted recklessly, citing the Restatement (Second) of Torts' language distinguishing "mere inadvertence, mistake, errors of judgment and the like, which constitute ordinary negligence" from recklessness.63

    Ms. Millo asserts the following facts to support her argument for punitive damages on the basis of recklessness: Dr. Delius was an experienced hunter familiar with the use of his rifle.64 He had taken a hunter safety course as a prerequisite for a hunting license and was knowledgeable about the safety rules of hunting.65 At the time of the shooting, Dr. Delius, knowing Millo was downrange from him, sighted his rifle and shot deliberately at movement. In doing this, he violated numerous hunter safety rules.66

    For the purposes of this motion, this court accepts these facts as true, supplementing them only with Dr. Delius' uncontroverted testimony that he believed he was shooting at a bear that had been threatening Millo,67 and that, due to the light conditions and the fact that he had removed his glasses for the stream crossing,68 he was able to make out only movement or a silhouette.69 Applying the law to these facts and viewing them in the light most favorable to the plaintiffs, this court finds that while Dr. Delius deliberately shot his rifle, his belief that he was shooting at a bear is inconsistent with reckless indifference to or deliberate disregard of Millo's safety. While the shooting may have been the result of inadvertence, mistake, an error of judgment, or incompetence, so as to constitute negligence, the evidence would not permit "a reasonable fact-finder to return a verdict"70 that Dr. Delius acted in deliberate disregard of Millo's safety, so as to constitute recklessness under AS 09.17.020(b)(2). Summary judgment is therefore granted to Dr. Delius on the issue of punitive damages.

    B. Survival Claim

    AS 09.55.570 provides that "[a]ll causes of action by one person against another, whether arising on contract or otherwise, except those involving defamation of character, survive to the personal representatives of the former[.]" Alaska permits a survival action which "comes into existence at the time of injury and may compensate the victim only for the period between the time of injury and the time of death."71 The Alaska Supreme Court has held that "no award should be made for any pain and suffering `substantially contemporaneous with death or mere incidents to it.'"72

    Ms. Millo, as the personal representative of Millo, seeks to recover for the pain and suffering Millo experienced between his shooting and his death. Dr. Delius has presented expert medical testimony stating that because of the severity of the wounds, Millo's death was instantaneous,73 and argues that under Alaska law the plaintiffs cannot maintain a survival claim. Ms. Millo maintains that the time of Millo's death presents a genuine issue of material fact, suggesting that Millo "could have taken several minutes to die while he was bleeding out." However, Ms. Millo has not provided any evidence to controvert the testimony of Dr. Delius' expert.74

    Through his expert, Dr. Delius has demonstrated that any pain or suffering that Millo experienced on May 30, 2010 was "substantially contemporaneous" with his death. Ms. Millo has not presented evidence that demonstrates that there is a genuine factual dispute on this issue. Accordingly, Dr. Delius is entitled to summary judgment on the survival claim.

    C. Adult Daughters' Statutory Beneficiary Status

    Subsection (a) of AS 09.55.580, Alaska's wrongful death statute, specifies the potential beneficiaries in a wrongful death action:

    The amount recovered, if any, shall be exclusively for the benefit of the decedent's spouse and children when the decedent is survived by a spouse or children, or other dependents. When the decedent is survived by no spouse or children or other dependents, the amount recovered shall be administered as other personal property of the decedent but shall be limited to pecuniary loss.75

    Subsection of the statute directs the trier of fact, when determining the amount of damages to be awarded, to consider "deprivation of the expectation of pecuniary benefits to the beneficiary or beneficiaries, without regard to age thereof, that would have resulted from the continued life of the deceased," among other factors.76 Thus, under this statute, dependency is relevant in two different aspects of a wrongful death case: in determining who qualifies as a statutory beneficiary under subsection (a) and in calculating the amount and allocation of the damage award under subsection . Here, the parties dispute whether Millo's three adult daughters are statutory beneficiaries under AS 09.55.580(a).

    i. Dependency Requirement

    The parties dispute whether adult children of a decedent are "children" under the "spouse or children or other dependents" language of subsection (a) of Alaska's wrongful death statute. Dr. Delius argues that they are not; Ms. Millo disagrees. The language of the statute on this point is ambiguous and the case law does not expressly resolve this issue.

    The first listed definition in Black's Law Dictionary for "child" is "a person under the age of majority;" but that dictionary also contains a definition for child as a "son or daughter." In this court's view, the wrongful death statute should be read to conclusively presume that a decedent's spouse and his minor children are dependent upon the decedent, whereas adult children would be statutory beneficiaries as "other dependents," but only when they demonstrate actual dependency on the decedent. Such an approach is consistent with other Alaska law. Thus, a child over 18 years "has no legal right to post-majority educational support in Alaska."77 And AS 11.51.120(a) states that a person is criminally liable if, "being a person legally charged with the support of a child, the person fails without lawful excuse, to provide support for the child." Subsection (f) of that statute defines a "child" as a person under 18 years of age or 18 years of age or older for whom a person is ordered to pay support under a valid court or administrative order. In Dowling v. Dowling, the Alaska Supreme Court recognized that the "only legal recourse [an adult child] has to obtain post-majority aid is under AS 25.20.030," which provides that "[e]ach parent is bound to maintain the parent's children when poor and unable to work to maintain themselves" — in effect, when the adult child is a dependent of her parent.78

    The Alaska Supreme Court has, with increasing clarity over the years, equated "statutory beneficiaries" with "dependents." In one of the earliest and most often cited cases on this subject, In re Estate of Pushruk, the Court engaged in an extended discussion of the necessity of dependency at the time of death.79 There, the nondependent mother of the decedent unsuccessfully argued that she was a statutory beneficiary. The Court, "[c]onsidering the history and purposes of the statute," determined that the legislature's decision to include the "other dependents" language "appear[ed] designed to protect the interest of those who, like children and spouses, will suffer financial loss."80 Thus, the Court interpreted the statutory phrase "spouse and children" to presume that the decedent's children will suffer financial loss at his death — an interpretation that is consistent with defining children to include only the decedent's minor children.

    In Greer Tank & Welding, . v. Boettger, the Court held that the decedent's ex-wife and non-adopted eleven year-old stepson, who lived apart from the decedent but received occasional financial support from him, could recover as beneficiaries as "other dependents" under the statute.81 The Court explained that it interpreted the legislature's intent in adding the words "`other dependents' to the categories of spouse and children to embrace those who occupy a position similar to those in the specified classes and who were actually dependent upon the decedent for support at the time of his death."82 Here again, this evinces the Court's interpretation that the "spouse and children" in the statute are actually dependent upon the decedent for support, which would not necessarily be the case for adult children. Similarly, in Sowinski v. Walker, the Court held that a nondependent sibling could not recover for the wrongful death of her two brothers.83

    Ms. Millo argues that adult children need not be dependent in order to recover under the statute — rather, they are "children" that are presumptive statutory beneficiaries. Her analysis cites to two cases, Horsford v. Est. of Horsford and Kulawik v. ERA Jet Alaska.84 These cases both focus on the language in AS 09.55.580(1), which directs a court or jury to consider the pecuniary loss of the beneficiaries "without regard to age thereof[.]" However, that portion of the statute addresses the second aspect of a beneficiary award determination — fixing the amount of damages — and is not directly relevant to the first aspect — determining who is a statutory beneficiary entitled to damages.

    In Horsford, the Alaska Supreme Court affirmed the superior court's allocation of a wrongful death settlement between the decedent's widow and two minor children.85 The Court indicated that "[a]nalysis of the Alaska Wrongful Death Statute demonstrates that the legislature intended that damages in a wrongful death case are to be assessed according to the actual losses of each qualified surviving beneficiary."86 It cited approvingly to the superior court's use of a formula that allocated losses to the decedent's children only through their age of majority, because of "the general rule that parents support their children until they reach the age of majority."87 The Court explained that this formula was "not in irreconcilable conflict with the `without regard to age' phraseology" of subsection of the statute, and specified that the formula could be adjusted or even abandoned, if the evidence indicated "a continued expectation of pecuniary contributions beyond the age of majority."88

    In Kulawik, the Alaska Supreme Court reviewed the amount of damages awarded by the superior court to the decedent's minor children.89 The Court approvingly characterized Horsford as holding that "evidence of decreased expectation of pecuniary benefit with increased age is admissible as evidence of the beneficiaries' expectation of pecuniary loss; the `without regard to age' language is simply a substantive directive against precluding recovery for adult-aged beneficiaries."90

    More recently, in North Slope Borough v. Brower, the Alaska Supreme Court affirmed the jury's award of wrongful death damages to the decedent's mother as an "other dependent."91 There, the Court described its holding in Kulawik as relying on "the wrongful death statute's requirement that recovery be exclusively for the benefit of the decedent's dependents."92 Although the case law is not without some degree of ambiguity,93 this court interprets Alaska's wrongful death statute as conclusively presuming that a surviving spouse or minor child of a wrongful death victim is dependent on the decedent, whereas dependency must be established for all other individuals, including the decedent's adult children.

    ii. The Definition of Dependency

    Ms. Millo asserts that even if dependency is required for surviving adult children, the Millo daughters would qualify, as they relied on their father in a number of non-financial ways.94 She maintains, in effect, that non-financial reliance on the decedent constitutes dependency under the statute.

    The Alaska Supreme Court has rejected limiting the scope of dependency under the wrongful death statute to legal dependency.95 And yet it has consistently defined dependency in the context of financial support. In Haakanson v. Wakefield Seafoods, ., one of the earlier cases addressing this issue, the Alaska Supreme Court stated that AS 09.55.580 "recognizes a cause of action for the benefit of surviving children who were dependent upon a deceased parent for care and support."96 In Greer Tank & Welding, the Court expressed a desire to assure "the protection of the interests `of those who, like children and spouses, will suffer financial loss.'"97 The Court held that to recover under the statute, "[a] showing must be made of actual dependency for significant contributions of support over a sufficient period of time to justify the assumption that such contributions would have continued."98 And most recently, in Sowinski v. Walker, the Court cited to In re Estate of Pushruk as "defining `dependent' for purposes of AS 09.55.580 as one who is actually dependent upon the decedent for support at the time of his death, such as spouses or children[.]"99

    In North Slope Borough v. Brower, a plaintiff mother's "dependence on [her decedent son's] subsistence and non-market support was sufficient to justify the jury's finding that she was an `other dependent' under the wrongful death statute[.]"100 There, the son and his mother had lived together in a home in the North Slope community of Barrow.101 The son had "hunted and fished for Native subsistence foods that he shared with his mother."102 The Millos, by contrast, reside in the considerably more urban Palmer area.103 Each of the daughters lives in her own home.104 While it is not disputed that Millo provided his daughters with fish and meat that he caught and hunted, and performed repairs at their homes,105 no evidence has been presented that the daughters were economically dependent on their father's hunting to make ends meet. Indeed, all three daughters have testified to their financial self-sufficiency.106 The Millos have been a close family, and have relied on each other to help care for grandchildren and for household tasks. But such reliance is not within the ambit of statutory dependency for wrongful death purposes. And Millo's provision of his daughters with fish and game, in the circumstances of this case, cannot serve as a basis for statutory dependency. To hold otherwise could extend dependent status to anyone who has been on the receiving end of a generous and successful hunter or fisherman in Alaska.

    This court finds that the precedents of the Alaska Supreme Court establish that an individual must be dependent on the decedent for financial support in order to qualify as a dependent for statutory beneficiary purposes.

    iii. Dependency of Millo's Daughters

    "[D]ependency is a question of fact."107 As such, a determination of the Millo daughters' dependency, and therefore their status as statutory beneficiaries, is appropriate for summary judgment only if there is no genuine factual dispute over the extent of their reliance on Millo.

    Ms. Millo asserts, and her three daughters have testified, that Millo had a model relationship with his children. He was a constant presence in their lives. He lived near them and spent much of his time with them; hunted and guided with their husbands; helped them construct, repair, and maintain their homes; provided fish and game for their families; and gave them the benefit of his advice and experience.108 However, Ms. Millo acknowledges that the daughters' "economic dependence may have been slight,"109 and the daughters themselves have testified to financial self-sufficiency for a considerable period of time predating Millo's death.110 Jamie Millo, the Millos' youngest daughter, was twenty years old at the time of the shooting and has been financially independent of her parents since she purchased a home using her own funds in 2008.111 Jesse Kirgis, the Millos' middle daughter, was twenty-three at the time of the shooting and has been financially independent since her marriage in February 2004.112 Randi Bleau, the Millos' oldest daughter, was twenty-nine at the time of the shooting and has been financially independent from her parents since her marriage in June 1999.113 Ms. Kirgis has testified that she has suffered no out-of-pocket expenses as a result of Millo's death.114 Ms. Bleau has testified that she has taken fewer shifts at work because Millo is no longer available to babysit for her, and that her husband has worked extra shifts to make up for that.115

    Viewing the facts in the light most favorable to Ms. Millo, they do not support a finding that the Millos' daughters were financially dependent on Millo at the time of his death.116 While this court finds that the three Millo daughters have each suffered the loss of their father, and that loss has profoundly affected each of their lives, they are not statutory beneficiaries under Alaska's wrongful death statute.117 Summary judgment is therefore granted to Dr. Delius on this claim.

    D. $400,000 Cap on Non-Economic Damages

    The parties are in agreement that the plaintiffs' non-economic damages will be capped at $400,000 pursuant to AS 09.17.010.118 Ms. Millo asserts that deciding the issue on summary judgment is premature.119 However, as the parties also agree that the jury should not be told of the cap,120 this court finds that its applicability can be established at this point. Non-economic damages will therefore be limited to the statutory cap of $400,000.121

    E. Companionship and Advice- Services Claim

    Ms. Millo seeks to recover economic damages for the loss of Millo's "Companion and Advice-type Services" based on the report of her expert economist, Dr. Pershing Hill.122 Dr. Delius argues that the companion and advice-type services valued by Dr. Hill are "subsumed in the category of non-economic damages and should not be otherwise monetized."123 Thus, he asserts they fall within the $400,000 cap for non-economic damages. For purposes of this motion, this court assumes that Millo provided companionship and advice-related services to his family. Whether economic damages can be awarded for such services presents a question of law appropriate for summary judgment.

    AS 09.17.010 provides that in a wrongful death action, "all damage claims for noneconomic losses shall be limited to compensation for pain, suffering, inconvenience, physical impairment, disfigurement, loss of enjoyment of life, loss of consortium, and other nonpecuniary damage." AS 09.55.580 lists considerations for the trier of fact to apply in determining the amount of an award, among them "(3) loss of assistance or services irrespective of age or relationship of decedent to the beneficiary or beneficiaries" and "(4) loss of consortium[.]"

    Ms. Millo asserts that the loss of Millo's companionship and advice is an economic loss of services.124 She relies on Dr. Hill's report and a publication on economic damages, but cites no cases that support the characterization of loss of companionship and advice as an economic loss.125

    In the 1974 case of Schreiner v. Fruit, the Alaska Supreme Court established that wives could recover for loss of a husband's consortium.126 Previously only husbands had a right to recover for loss of a wife's consortium.127 The following language from Schreiner is instructive:

    A claim for relief for loss of consortium provides a means of recovery for an injury not otherwise compensable. It should be recognized as `compensating the injured party's spouse for interference with the continuance of a healthy and happy marital life.' The interest to be protected is personal to the wife, for she suffers a loss of her own when the care, comfort, companionship, and solace of her spouse is denied her.128

    As this passage demonstrates, Alaska has — from the beginning of its recognition of this cause of action for women — considered the loss of "companionship and solace" to be in the same class as the non-economic loss of consortium.

    The Alaska Supreme Court's recognition of loss of companionship as a non-economic loss is borne out in more contemporary contexts as well. In North Slope Borough, the Alaska Supreme Court upheld a jury's verdict that had awarded damages to the decedent's mother as a beneficiary under the wrongful death statute. The jury's verdict had segregated the plaintiff's damages into the categories of economic and noneconomic losses. The description for non-economic loss included "loss of consortium, affection and companionship."129

    Plaintiffs' expert Dr. Hill attempts to distinguish companionship from consortium by asserting that "people are able to hire paid `companions'" such as nurses and health aides. He uses wage rates for those professions to value the loss of Millo's services in that regard.130 However, the practical examples of companionship Dr. Hill describes in his report are activities such as bowling, sharing an evening meal, attending movies, and other social activities that do not resemble the duties of a paid nurse or health aide.131 Non-economic damages are, as the Alaska Supreme Court stated in Schreiner, a means of recovering "for an injury not otherwise compensable."132 The implications of Dr. Hill's argument — that a surviving spouse could pay a companion to provide the type of companionship the married couple had formerly enjoyed — are not convincing. This court finds that the loss of companionship and advice that a surviving spouse experiences, while indisputably a loss, is not an economic loss under Alaska law.

    While non-market services such as the performance of household chores and subsistence hunting and fishing can, under Alaska law, qualify as economic damages, the provision of companionship and advice from a loved one falls within the category of non-economic damages, and is therefore subject to the statutory cap on such damages. Accordingly, summary judgment is granted to Dr. Delius on this issue.

    CONCLUSION

    For the foregoing reasons, Dr. Delius' Motion for Partial Summary Judgment is GRANTED.

    Article by ArticleForge

    Research Development on Sodium-Ion Batteries

    Citation data is made available by participants in CrossRef's Cited-by Linking service. For a more comprehensive list of citations to this article, users are encouraged to perform a search in SciFinder.

  • Naoaki Yabuuchi, Issei Ikeuchi, Kei Kubota, and Shinichi Komaba

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2016 Article ASAP

  • Yongchao Tang, Zongbin Zhao, Yuwei Wang, Yanfeng Dong, Yang Liu, Xuzhen Wang, and Jieshan Qiu

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2016 Article ASAP

  • Julija Vinckevičiu̅tė, Maxwell D. Radin, and Anton Van der Ven

    Chemistry of Materials 2016 Article ASAP

  • Wenpei Kang, Denis Y. W. Yu, Pui-Kit Lee, Zhenyu Zhang, Haidong Bian, Wenyue Li, Tsz-Wai Ng, Wenjun Zhang, and Chun-Sing Lee

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2016 Article ASAP

  • Elahe Talaie, Patrick Bonnick, Xiaoqi Sun, Quan Pang, Xiao Liang, and Linda F. Nazar

    Chemistry of Materials 2016 Article ASAP

  • Qiang Liu, Xing Meng, Zhixuan Wei, Dongxue Wang, Yu Gao, Yingjin Wei, Fei Du, and Gang Chen

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2016 Article ASAP

  • Maxwell D. Radin and Anton Van der Ven

    Chemistry of Materials 2016 28 (21), 7898-7904

  • Danielle L. Smiley and Gillian R. Goward

    Chemistry of Materials 2016 28 (21), 7645-7656

  • Zhensheng Hong, Kaiqiang Zhou, Junwen Zhang, Zhigao Huang, and Mingdeng Wei

    Crystal Growth & Design 2016 16 (11), 6605-6612

  • Hyungsub Kim, Gabin Yoon, hul Park, Jihyun Hong, Kyu-Young Park, Jongsoon Kim, Kug-Seung Lee, Nark-Eon Sung, Seongsu Lee, and Kisuk Kang

    Chemistry of Materials 2016 28 (20), 7241-7249

  • Shoshi Terada, Hiroko Susa, Seiji Tsuzuki, Toshihiko Mandai, Kazuhide Ueno, Yasuhiro Umebayashi, Kaoru Dokko, and Masayoshi Watanabe

    The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2016 120 (41), 23339-23350

  • Ji-Won Jung, Won-Hee Ryu, Sunmoon Yu, Chanhoon Kim, Su-Ho Cho, and Il-Doo Kim

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2016 8 (40), 26758-26768

  • Huan Liu, Mengqiu Jia, Qizhen Zhu, Bin Cao, Renjie Chen, Yu Wang, Feng Wu, and Bin Xu

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2016 8 (40), 26878-26885

  • Yuka Tsuchiya, Kazuki Takanashi, Takuya Nishinobo, Akiko Hokura, Masao Yonemura, Takeshi Matsukawa, Toru Ishigaki, Keisuke Yamanaka, Toshiaki Ohta, and Naoaki Yabuuchi

    Chemistry of Materials 2016 28 (19), 7006-7016

  • Ning Zhang, Fangyi Cheng, Yongchang Liu, Qing Zhao, Kaixiang Lei, Chengcheng Chen, Xiaosong Liu, and Jun Chen

    Journal of the American Chemical Society 2016 138 (39), 12894-12901

  • Hongcai Gao, Yutao Li, Kyusung Park, and John B. Goodenough

    Chemistry of Materials 2016 28 (18), 6553-6559

  • Jiayu Wan, Fei Shen, Wei Luo, Lihui Zhou, Jiaqi Dai, Xiaogang Han, Wenzhong Bao, Yue Xu, John Panagiotopoulos, Xiaoxing Fan, Daniel Urban, Anmin Nie, Reza Shahbazian-Yassar, and Liangbing Hu

    Chemistry of Materials 2016 28 (18), 6528-6535

  • Xin Li, Yan Wang, Di Wu, Lei Liu, Shou-Hang Bo, and Gerbrand Ceder

    Chemistry of Materials 2016 28 (18), 6575-6583

  • Yuping Liu, Xiaoyun He, Damien Hanlon, Andrew Harvey, Jonathan N. Coleman, and Yanguang Li

    ACS Nano 2016 10 (9), 8821-8828

  • Huidan Hou, Baoheng Gan, Yudong Gong, Ning Chen, and Chunwen Sun

    Inorganic Chemistry 2016 55 (17), 9033-9037

  • Jue Liu, Liang Yin, Lijun Wu, Jianming Bai, Seong-Min Bak, Xiqian Yu, Yimei Zhu, Xiao-Qing Yang, and Peter G. Khalifah

    Inorganic Chemistry 2016 55 (17), 8478-8492

  • Litao Yan, Gen Chen, Swagotom Sarker, Stephanie Richins, Huiqiang Wang, Weichuan Xu, Xianhong Rui, and Hongmei Luo

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2016 8 (34), 22213-22219

  • Xuehang Wu, Gui-Liang Xu, Guiming Zhong, Zhengliang Gong, Matthew J. McDonald, Shiyao Zheng, Riqiang Fu, Zonghai Chen, Khalil Amine, and Yong Yang

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2016 8 (34), 22227-22237

  • Jianhua Hou, Kaixiong Tu, and Zhongfang Chen

    The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2016 120 (33), 18473-18478

  • Hongli Zhu, Wei Luo, Peter N. Ciesielski, Zhiqiang Fang, J. Y. Zhu, Gunnar Henriksson, Michael E. Himmel, and Liangbing Hu

    Chemical Reviews 2016 116 (16), 9305-9374

  • Sang-Ok Kim and Arumugam Manthiram

    Chemistry of Materials 2016 28 (16), 5935-5942

  • Jessica Wahlers, Kristen D. Fulfer, Drew P. Harding, Daniel G. Kuroda, Revati Kumar, and Ryan Jorn

    The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2016 120 (32), 17949-17959

  • Xiao-Hua Zhang, Wei-Lin Pang, Fang Wan, Jin-Zhi Guo, Hong-Yan Lü, Jin-Yue Li, Yue-Ming Xing, Jing-Ping Zhang, and Xing-Long Wu

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2016 8 (32), 20650-20659

  • Sangryun Kim, Soyeon Lee, Kwan Woo Nam, Jaeho Shin, Soo Yeon Lim, Woosuk Cho, Kota Suzuki, Yoshifumi Oshima, Masaaki Hirayama, Ryoji Kanno, and Jang Wook Choi

    Chemistry of Materials 2016 28 (15), 5488-5494

  • Stephen T. Dacek, William D. Richards, Daniil A. Kitchaev, and Gerbrand Ceder

    Chemistry of Materials 2016 28 (15), 5450-5460

  • Seung-Keun Park, Jeongyeon Lee, Sungyool Bong, Byungchul Jang, Kwang-dong Seong, and Yuanzhe Piao

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2016 8 (30), 19456-19465

  • A-Young Kim, Min Kyu Kim, Keumnam Cho, Jae-Young Woo, Yongho Lee, Sung-Hwan Han, Dongjin Byun, Wonchang Choi, and Joong Kee Lee

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2016 8 (30), 19514-19523

  • Mika Fukunishi, Naoaki Yabuuchi, Mouad Dahbi, Jin-Young Son, Yitao Cui, Hiroshi Oji, and Shinichi Komaba

    The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2016 120 (28), 15017-15026

  • Svetlana Ivanova, Ekaterina Zhecheva, Rositsa Kukeva, Diana Nihtianova, Lyuben Mihaylov, Genoveva Atanasova, and Radostina Stoyanova

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2016 8 (27), 17321-17333

  • Shouding Li, Jianghuai Guo, Zhuo Ye, Xin Zhao, Shunqing Wu, Jin-Xiao Mi, Cai-Zhuang Wang, Zhengliang Gong, Matthew J McDonald, Zizhong Zhu, Kai-Ming Ho, and Yong Yang

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2016 8 (27), 17233-17238

  • Shidong Fu, Jiangfeng Ni, Yong Xu, Qiao Zhang, and Liang Li

    Nano Letters 2016 16 (7), 4544-4551

  • Qianli Ma, Marie Guin, Sahir Naqash, Chih-Long Tsai, Frank Tietz, and Olivier Guillon

    Chemistry of Materials 2016 28 (13), 4821-4828

  • Sung Chul Jung, Yong-Ju Kang, Dong-Joo Yoo, Jang Wook Choi, and Young-Kyu Han

    The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2016 120 (25), 13384-13389

  • Gui-Liang Xu, Zonghai Chen, Gui-Ming Zhong, Yuzi Liu, Yong Yang, Tianyuan Ma, Yang Ren, Xiaobing Zuo, Xue-Hang Wu, Xiaoyi Zhang, and Khalil Amine

    Nano Letters 2016 16 (6), 3955-3965

  • Xin Zhao, Sean A. Vail, Yuhao Lu, Jie Song, Wei Pan, David R. Evans, and Jong-Jan Lee

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2016 8 (22), 13871-13878

  • Michael Storek, Mischa Adjei-Acheamfour, Randilynn Christensen, Steve W. Martin, and Roland Böhmer

    The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 2016 120 (19), 4482-4495

  • Yongchang Liu, Ning Zhang, Chuanming Yu, Lifang Jiao, and Jun Chen

    Nano Letters 2016 16 (5), 3321-3328

  • Yaqun Wang, Yu Ding, Lijia Pan, Ye Shi, Zhuanghao Yue, Yi Shi, and Guihua Yu

    Nano Letters 2016 16 (5), 3329-3334

  • Yanlin Han, Minghui Yang, Ye Zhang, Junjie Xie, Dongguang Yin, and Chilin Li

    Chemistry of Materials 2016 28 (9), 3139-3147

  • A. Shahul Hameed, M. V. Reddy, Jeremiah L. T. Chen, B. V. R. Chowdari, and Jagadese J. Vittal

    ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 2016 4 (5), 2479-2486

  • Javier Cepeda, Sonia Pérez-Yáñez, Garikoitz Beobide, Oscar Castillo, Eider Goikolea, Frederic Aguesse, Leoncio Garrido, Antonio Luque, and Paul A. Wright

    Chemistry of Materials 2016 28 (8), 2519-2528

  • Muhammad-Sadeeq Balogun, Yang Luo, Feiyi Lyu, Fuxin Wang, Hao Yang, Haibo Li, Chaolun Liang, Miao Huang, Yongchao Huang, and Yexiang Tong

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2016 8 (15), 9733-9744

  • Anmin Nie, Yingchun Cheng, Shoucong Ning, Tara Foroozan, Poya Yasaei, Wen Li, Boao Song, Yifei Yuan, Lin Chen, Amin Salehi-Khojin, Farzad Mashayek, and Reza Shahbazian-Yassar

    Nano Letters 2016 16 (4), 2240-2247

  • Jun Chen, Zhiying Ding, Chao Wang, Hongshuai Hou, Yan Zhang, Chiwei Wang, Guoqiang Zou, and Xiaobo Ji

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2016 8 (14), 9142-9151

  • Nicolas Bucher, Steffen Hartung, Joseph B. Franklin, Anna M. Wise, Linda Y. Lim, Han-Yi Chen, Johanna Nelson Weker, Michael F. Toney, and Madhavi Srinivasan

    Chemistry of Materials 2016 28 (7), 2041-2051

  • Fang Wan, Jin-Zhi Guo, Xiao-Hua Zhang, Jing-Ping Zhang, Hai-Zhu Sun, Qingyu Yan, Dong-Xue Han, Li Niu, and Xing-Long Wu

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2016 8 (12), 7790-7799

  • Jianfeng Mao, Xiulin Fan, Chao Luo, and Chunsheng Wang

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2016 8 (11), 7147-7155

  • Debasmita Dwibedi, Chris D. Ling, Rafael B. Araujo, Sudip Chakraborty, Shanmughasundaram Duraisamy, Nookala Munichandraiah, Rajeev Ahuja, and Prabeer Barpanda

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2016 8 (11), 6982-6991

  • Stuart Licht, Anna Douglas, Jiawen Ren, Rachel Carter, Matthew Lefler, and Cary L. Pint

    ACS Central Science 2016 2 (3), 162-168

  • Mouad Dahbi, Naoaki Yabuuchi, Mika Fukunishi, Kei Kubota, Kuniko Chihara, Kazuyasu Tokiwa, Xue-fang Yu, Hiroshi Ushiyama, Koichi Yamashita, Jin-Young Son, Yi-Tao Cui, Hiroshi Oji, and Shinichi Komaba

    Chemistry of Materials 2016 28 (6), 1625-1635

  • Won-Hee Ryu, Hope Wilson, Sungwoo Sohn, Jinyang Li, Xiao Tong, Evyatar Shaulsky, Jan Schroers, Menachem Elimelech, and André D. Taylor

    ACS Nano 2016 10 (3), 3257-3266

  • Satoshi Kajiyama, Lucie Szabova, Keitaro Sodeyama, Hiroki Iinuma, Ryohei Morita, Kazuma Gotoh, Yoshitaka Tateyama, Masashi Okubo, and Atsuo Yamada

    ACS Nano 2016 10 (3), 3334-3341

  • Ghulam Ali, Ji−Hoon Lee, Si Hyoung Oh, Byung Won Cho, Kyung-Wan Nam, and Kyung Yoon Chung

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2016 8 (9), 6032-6039

  • Ghulam Ali, Ji−Hoon Lee, Si Hyoung Oh, Byung Won Cho, Kyung-Wan Nam, and Kyung Yoon Chung

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2016 8 (9), 6032-6039

  • Guang He, Ashfia Huq, Wang Hay Kan, and Arumugam Manthiram

    Chemistry of Materials 2016 28 (5), 1503-1512

  • Shou-Hang Bo, Xin Li, Alexandra J. Toumar, and Gerbrand Ceder

    Chemistry of Materials 2016 28 (5), 1419-1429

  • Irene Munaò, Elena A. Zvereva, Olga S. Volkova, Alexander N. Vasiliev, A. Robert Armstrong, and Philip Lightfoot

    Inorganic Chemistry 2016 55 (5), 2558-2564

  • Xianyong Wu, Chenghao Wu, Congxiao Wei, Ling Hu, Jiangfeng Qian, Yuliang Cao, Xinping Ai, Jiulin Wang, and Hanxi Yang

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2016 8 (8), 5393-5399

  • Svetlana Ivanova, Ekaterina Zhecheva, Rositsa Kukeva, Georgi Tyuliev, Diana Nihtianova, Lyuben Mihailov, and Radostina Stoyanova

    The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2016 120 (7), 3654-3668

  • Yusuke Nanba, Tatsumi Iwao, Benoit Mortemard de Boisse, Wenwen Zhao, Eiji Hosono, Daisuke Asakura, Hideharu Niwa, Hisao Kiuchi, Jun Miyawaki, Yoshihisa Harada, Masashi Okubo, and Atsuo Yamada

    Chemistry of Materials 2016 28 (4), 1058-1065

  • Prabeer Barpanda

    Chemistry of Materials 2016 28 (4), 1006-1011

  • Paul M. Bayley, Nicole M. Trease, and Clare P. Grey

    Journal of the American Chemical Society 2016 138 (6), 1955-1961

  • Wei Luo, Fei Shen, Clement Bommier, Hongli Zhu, Xiulei Ji, and Liangbing Hu

    Accounts of Chemical Research 2016 49 (2), 231-240

  • Ying Bai, Lixiang Zhao, Chuan Wu, Hui Li, Yu Li, and Feng Wu

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2016 8 (4), 2857-2865

  • Franziska Klein, Ricardo Pinedo, Philipp Hering, Angelika Polity, Jürgen Janek, and Philipp Adelhelm

    The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2016 120 (3), 1400-1414

  • Ezequiel de la Llave, Valentina Borgel, Kang-Joon Park, Jang-Yeon Hwang, Yang-Kook Sun, Pascal Hartmann, Frederick- Francois Chesneau, and Doron Aurbach

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2016 8 (3), 1867-1875

  • Hongbian Li, Fei Shen, Wei Luo, Jiaqi Dai, Xiaogang Han, Yanan Chen, Yonggang Yao, Hongli Zhu, Kun Fu, Emily Hitz, and Liangbing Hu

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2016 8 (3), 2204-2210

  • Guang He, Wang Hay Kan, and Arumugam Manthiram

    Chemistry of Materials 2016 28 (2), 682-688

  • Adam P. Cohn, Keith Share, Rachel Carter, Landon Oakes, and Cary L. Pint

    Nano Letters 2016 16 (1), 543-548

  • Yue Zhu, Lele Peng, Dahong Chen, and Guihua Yu

    Nano Letters 2016 16 (1), 742-747

  • Wei Luo, Zelang Jian, Zhenyu Xing, Wei Wang, Clement Bommier, Michael M. Lerner, and Xiulei Ji

    ACS Central Science 2015 1 (9), 516-522

  • Zhuoying Zhu, Iek-Heng Chu, Zhi Deng, and Shyue Ping Ong

    Chemistry of Materials 2015 27 (24), 8318-8325

  • Jiangxuan Song, Zhaoxin Yu, Mikhail L. Gordin, Xiaolin Li, Huisheng Peng, and Donghai Wang

    ACS Nano 2015 9 (12), 11933-11941

  • Juhye Song, Goojin Jeong, Ah-Jung Lee, Jong Hwan Park, Hansu Kim, and Young-Jun Kim

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2015 7 (49), 27206-27214

  • Huan Liu, Mengqiu Jia, Ning Sun, Bin Cao, Renjie Chen, Qizhen Zhu, Feng Wu, Ning Qiao, and Bin Xu

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2015 7 (49), 27124-27130

  • William D. McCulloch, Xiaodi Ren, Mingzhe Yu, Zhongjie Huang, and Yiying Wu

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2015 7 (47), 26158-26166

  • Wei Luo and Liangbing Hu

    ACS Central Science 2015 1 (8), 420-422

  • Zhi Wei Seh, Jie Sun, Yongming Sun, and Yi Cui

    ACS Central Science 2015 1 (8), 449-455

  • Wenping Sun, Xianhong Rui, Dan Yang, Ziqi Sun, Bing Li, Wenyu Zhang, Yun Zong, Srinivasan Madhavi, Shixue Dou, and Qingyu Yan

    ACS Nano 2015 9 (11), 11371-11381

  • Siham Difi, Ismael Saadoune, Moulay Tahar Sougrati, Rachid Hakkou, Kristina Edstrom, and Pierre-Emmanuel Lippens

    The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2015 119 (45), 25220-25234

  • Seung Ho Choi and Yun Chan Kang

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2015 7 (44), 24694-24702

  • Haegyeom Kim, Ji Eon Kwon, Byungju Lee, Jihyun Hong, Minah Lee, Soo Young Park, and Kisuk Kang

    Chemistry of Materials 2015 27 (21), 7258-7264

  • Junping Hu, Bo Xu, Shengyuan A. Yang, Shan Guan, Chuying Ouyang, and Yugui Yao

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2015 7 (43), 24016-24022

  • Eungje Lee, Dennis E. Brown, Esen E. Alp, Yang Ren, Jun Lu, Jung-Je Woo, and Christopher S. Johnson

    Chemistry of Materials 2015 27 (19), 6755-6764

  • Kyusung Park, Byeong-Chul Yu, and John B. Goodenough

    Chemistry of Materials 2015 27 (19), 6682-6688

  • Mehdi Shakourian-Fard, Ganesh Kamath, Kassiopeia Smith, Hui Xiong, and Subramanian K. R. S. Sankaranarayanan

    The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2015 119 (40), 22747-22759

  • Zelang Jian, Wei Luo, and Xiulei Ji

    Journal of the American Chemical Society 2015 137 (36), 11566-11569

  • Clement Bommier, Todd Wesley Surta, Michelle Dolgos, and Xiulei Ji

    Nano Letters 2015 15 (9), 5888-5892

  • Yubao Zhao and Arumugam Manthiram

    Chemistry of Materials 2015 27 (17), 6139-6145

  • Hongshuai Hou, Mingjun Jing, Zhaodong Huang, Yingchang Yang, Yan Zhang, Jun Chen, Zhibin Wu, and Xiaobo Ji

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2015 7 (34), 19362-19369

  • Qiulong Wei, Zhouyang Jiang, Shuangshuang Tan, Qidong Li, Lei Huang, Mengyu Yan, Liang Zhou, Qinyou An, and Liqiang Mai

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2015 7 (33), 18211-18217

  • Norio Takenaka, Hirofumi Sakai, Yuichi Suzuki, Purushotham Uppula, and Masataka Nagaoka

    The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2015 119 (32), 18046-18055

  • Ananta Sarkar, Sudeep Sarkar, Tanmay Sarkar, Parveen Kumar, Mridula Dixit Bharadwaj, and Sagar Mitra

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2015 7 (31), 17044-17053

  • Yong-Ju Kang, Sung Chul Jung, Jang Wook Choi, and Young-Kyu Han

    Chemistry of Materials 2015 27 (15), 5402-5406

  • Stephen M. Wood, Chris Eames, Emma Kendrick, and M. Saiful Islam

    The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2015 119 (28), 15935-15941

  • Jun Wang, Bao Qiu, Xin He, Tim Risthaus, Haidong Liu, Marian Cristian Stan, Susanne Schulze, Yonggao Xia, Zhaoping Liu, Martin Winter, and Jie Li

    Chemistry of Materials 2015 27 (12), 4374-4379

  • Yang Xu, Min Zhou, Liaoyong Wen, Chengliang Wang, Huaping Zhao, Yan Mi, Liying Liang, Qun Fu, Minghong Wu, and Yong Lei

    Chemistry of Materials 2015 27 (12), 4274-4280

  • Fleur Legrain, Jonas Sottmann, Konstantinos Kotsis, Sandeep Gorantla, Sabrina Sartori, and Sergei Manzhos

    The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2015 119 (24), 13496-13501

  • Zhi Li, Jia Ding, and David Mitlin

    Accounts of Chemical Research 2015 48 (6), 1657-1665

  • Penghao Xiao, Jie Song, Long Wang, John B. Goodenough, and Graeme Henkelman

    Chemistry of Materials 2015 27 (10), 3763-3768

  • Jinshui Zhang, Ying Bai, Xiao-Guang Sun, Yunchao Li, Bingkun Guo, Jihua Chen, Gabriel M. Veith, Dale K. Hensley, Mariappan Parans Paranthaman, John B. Goodenough, and Sheng Dai

    Nano Letters 2015 15 (5), 3398-3402

  • Wei Kong Pang, Sujith Kalluri, Vanessa K. Peterson, Neeraj Sharma, Justin Kimpton, Bernt Johannessen, Hua Kun Liu, Shi Xue Dou, and Zaiping Guo

    Chemistry of Materials 2015 27 (8), 3150-3158

  • Yujie Zhu, Yang Wen, Xiulin Fan, Tao Gao, Fudong Han, Chao Luo, Sz-Chian Liou, and Chunsheng Wang

    ACS Nano 2015 9 (3), 3254-3264

  • Beibei Wang, Yuan Xia, Gang Wang, Yixuan Zhou, Hui Wang

    Chemical Engineering Journal 2017 309, 417-425

  • Songping Wu, Yao Du, Shuijing Sun

    Chemical Engineering Journal 2017 307, 189-207

  • Manhua Peng, Dongtang Zhang, Limin Zheng, Xiayan Wang, Yue Lin, Dingguo Xia, Yugang Sun, Guangsheng Guo

    Nano Energy 2017 31, 64-73

  • Yongzhi Zhang, Li Chen, Yan Meng, Jun Xie, Yong Guo, Dan Xiao

    Journal of Power Sources 2016 335, 20-30

  • Sung Chul Jung, Hyung-Jin Kim, Yong-Ju Kang, Young-Kyu Han

    Journal of Alloys and Compounds 2016 688, 158-163

  • Frederic Aguesse, Juan-Miguel Lopez del Amo, Laida Otaegui, Eider Goikolea, Teofilo Rojo, Gurpreet Singh

    Journal of Power Sources 2016 336, 186-195

  • Siham Difi, Ismael Saadoune, Moulay Tahar Sougrati, Rachid Hakkou, Kristina Edstrom, Pierre-Emmanuel Lippens

    Hyperfine Interactions 2016 237 (1),

  • Dandan Tao, Zhenxing Fang, Mei Qiu, Yi Li, Xin Huang, Kaining Ding, Wenkai Chen, Wenyue Su, Yongfan Zhang

    Journal of Alloys and Compounds 2016 689, 805-811

  • Pin-Yi Zhao, Jie Zhang, Qi Li, Cheng-Yang Wang

    Journal of Power Sources 2016 334, 170-178

  • Shaofei Wu, Wenxi Wang, Minchan Li, Lujie Cao, Fucong Lyu, Mingyang Yang, Zhenyu Wang, Yang Shi, Bo Nan, Sicen Yu, Zhifang Sun, Yao Liu, Zhouguang Lu

    Nature Communications 2016 7, 13318

  • Yun-Xiao Wang, Yanfei Xu, Qingshi Meng, Shu-Lei Chou, Jun Ma, Yong-Mook Kang, Hua-Kun Liu

    Advanced Materials Interfaces 2016 , 1600662

  • Guobao Xu, Ye Tian, Xiaolin Wei, Liwen Yang, Paul K. Chu

    Journal of Power Sources 2016 ,

  • Xing Yang, Zhian Zhang, Xiaodong Shi

    Journal of Alloys and Compounds 2016 686, 413-420

  • Yurong Yang, Min Qiu, Li Liu, Dan Su, Yanmei Pi, Guomin Yan

    Nano 2016 11 (11), 1650124

  • Parameswara Rao Chinnam, Birane Fall, Dmitriy A. Dikin, AbdelAziz Jalil, Clifton R. Hamilton, Stephanie L. Wunder, Michael J. Zdilla

    Angewandte Chemie International Edition 2016 ,

  • Jian Liu, Biqiong Wang, Qian Sun, Ruying Li, Tsun-Kong Sham, Xueliang Sun

    Advanced Materials Interfaces 2016 3 (21), 1600468

  • Lei Wang, Chenglong Yang, Shuo Dou, Shuangyin Wang, Jintao Zhang, Xian Gao, Jianmin Ma, Yan Yu

    Electrochimica Acta 2016 219, 592-603

  • Yan Zhang, Christopher W. Foster, Craig E. Banks, Lidong Shao, Hongshuai Hou, Guoqiang Zou, Jun Chen, Zhaodong Huang, Xiaobo Ji

    Advanced Materials 2016 28 (42), 9391-9399

  • Zongzhou Che, Yafeng Li, Kaixiang Chen, Mingdeng Wei

    Journal of Power Sources 2016 331, 50-57

  • Xiaojie Zhang, Miao Wang, Guang Zhu, Dongsheng Li, Dong Yan, Ting Lu, Likun Pan

    Ceramics International 2016 ,

  • Chengliang Wang, Cheng Jiang, Yang Xu, Liying Liang, Min Zhou, Jianjun Jiang, Sukhdeep Singh, Huaping Zhao, Andreas Schober, Yong Lei

    Advanced Materials 2016 28 (41), 9182-9187

  • Ye Wang, Dezhi Kong, Wenhui Shi, Bo Liu, Glenn Joey Sim, Qi Ge, Hui Ying Yang

    Advanced Energy Materials 2016 6 (21), 1601057

  • Parameswara Rao Chinnam, Birane Fall, Dmitriy A. Dikin, AbdelAziz Jalil, Clifton R. Hamilton, Stephanie L. Wunder, Michael J. Zdilla

    Angewandte Chemie 2016 ,

  • Dan Zhang, Wenping Sun, Zhihui Chen, Yu Zhang, Wenbin Luo, Yinzhu Jiang, Shi Xue Dou

    Chemistry - A European Journal 2016 ,

  • Dan Zhang, Wenping Sun, Yu Zhang, Yuhai Dou, Yinzhu Jiang, Shi Xue Dou

    Advanced Functional Materials 2016 26 (41), 7479-7485

  • Mouad Dahbi, Takeshi Nakano, Naoaki Yabuuchi, Shun Fujimura, Kuniko Chihara, Kei Kubota, Jin-Young Son, Yi-Tao Cui, Hiroshi Oji, Shinichi Komaba

    ChemElectroChem 2016 3 (11), 1856-1867

  • Jiefu Yin, Esther S. Takeuchi, Kenneth J. Takeuchi, Amy C. Marschilok

    Inorganica Chimica Acta 2016 453, 230-237

  • Arnuparp Santimetaneedol, Rajasekhar Tripuraneni, Shawn A. Chester, Siva P.V. Nadimpalli

    Journal of Power Sources 2016 332, 118-128

  • Chih-Yao Chen, Tomohiro Kiko, Takafumi Hosokawa, Kazuhiko Matsumoto, Toshiyuki Nohira, Rika Hagiwara

    Journal of Power Sources 2016 332, 51-59

  • Hualin Ye, Lu Wang, Shuo Deng, Xiaoqiao Zeng, Kaiqi Nie, Paul N. Duchesne, Bo Wang, Simon Liu, Junhua Zhou, Feipeng Zhao, Na Han, Peng Zhang, Jun Zhong, Xuhui Sun, Youyong Li, Yanguang Li, Jun Lu

    Advanced Energy Materials 2016 , 1601602

  • Mitsunori Kitta, Tomoki Akita, Masanori Kohyama

    AIP Advances 2016 6 (11), 115216

  • Kai Zhang, Mihui Park, Limin Zhou, Gi-Hyeok Lee, Jeongyim Shin, Zhe Hu, Shu-Lei Chou, Jun Chen, Yong-Mook Kang

    Angewandte Chemie 2016 128 (41), 13014-13018

  • Shinichi Kumakura, Yoshiyuki Tahara, Kei Kubota, Kuniko Chihara, Shinichi Komaba

    Angewandte Chemie 2016 128 (41), 12952-12955

  • Kai Zhang, Mihui Park, Limin Zhou, Gi-Hyeok Lee, Jeongyim Shin, Zhe Hu, Shu-Lei Chou, Jun Chen, Yong-Mook Kang

    Angewandte Chemie International Edition 2016 55 (41), 12822-12826

  • Shinichi Kumakura, Yoshiyuki Tahara, Kei Kubota, Kuniko Chihara, Shinichi Komaba

    Angewandte Chemie International Edition 2016 55 (41), 12760-12763

  • Zelang Jian, Yanliang Liang, Ismael A. Rodríguez-Pérez, Yan Yao, Xiulei Ji

    Electrochemistry Communications 2016 71, 5-8

  • Renjie Chen, Rui Luo, Yongxin Huang, Feng Wu, Li Li

    Advanced Science 2016 3 (10), 1600051

  • Wenhao Ren, Xuhui Yao, Chaojiang Niu, Zhiping Zheng, Kangning Zhao, Qinyou An, Qiulong Wei, Mengyu Yan, Lei Zhang, Liqiang Mai

    Nano Energy 2016 28, 216-223

  • Shaohua Liu, Faxing Wang, Renhao Dong, Tao Zhang, Jian Zhang, Xiaodong Zhuang, Yiyong Mai, Xinliang Feng

    Advanced Materials 2016 28 (38), 8365-8370

  • I. A. Stenina, L. D. Kozina, T. L. Kulova, A. M. Skundin, A. A. Chekannikov, A. B. Yaroslavtsev

    Russian Journal of Inorganic Chemistry 2016 61 (10), 1235-1240

  • Mengya Li, Rachel Carter, Adam P. Cohn, Cary L. Pint

    Carbon 2016 107, 109-115

  • Chang Xu, Yanan Xu, Chunjuan Tang, Qiulong Wei, Jiashen Meng, Lei Huang, Liang Zhou, Guobin Zhang, Liang He, Liqiang Mai

    Nano Energy 2016 28, 224-231

  • Yunming Li, Yong-Sheng Hu, Xingguo Qi, Xiaohui Rong, Hong Li, Xuejie Huang, Liquan Chen

    Energy Storage Materials 2016 5, 191-197

  • Heng Su, Saddique Jaffer, Haijun Yu

    Energy Storage Materials 2016 5, 116-131

  • Feipeng Zhao, Qiufang Gong, Brian Traynor, Duo Zhang, Jiaojiao Li, Hualin Ye, Fengjiao Chen, Na Han, Yeyun Wang, Xuhui Sun, Yanguang Li

    Nano Research 2016 9 (10), 3162-3170

  • Hyungsub Kim, Haegyeom Kim, Zhang Ding, Myeong Hwan Lee, Kyungmi Lim, Gabin Yoon, Kisuk Kang

    Advanced Energy Materials 2016 6 (19), 1600943

  • Han-Yi Chen, Nicolas Bucher, Steffen Hartung, Linlin Li, Jochen Friedl, Huei-Ping Liou, Chia-Liang Sun, Ulrich Stimming, Madhavi Srinivasan

    Advanced Materials Interfaces 2016 3 (20), 1600357

  • Decai Gong, Bin Wang, Jingyi Zhu, Ramakrishna Podila, Apparao M. Rao, Xinzhi Yu, Zhi Xu, Bingan Lu

    Advanced Energy Materials 2016 , 1601885

  • Gang Deng, Dongliang Chao, Yuwei Guo, Zhen Chen, Huanhuan Wang, Serguei V. Savilov, Jianyi Lin, Ze Xiang Shen

    Energy Storage Materials 2016 5, 198-204

  • Bo-Ram Kim, Goojin Jeong, Ayoung Kim, Youngkwon Kim, Min Gyu Kim, Hansu Kim, Young-Jun Kim

    Advanced Energy Materials 2016 6 (20), 1600862

  • Shuming Zhang, Yu Liu, Na Zhang, Kuan Zhao, Jianhua Yang, Shiyang He

    Journal of Power Sources 2016 329, 1-7

  • Munkhbayar Batmunkh, Munkhjargal Bat-Erdene, Joseph G. Shapter

    Advanced Materials 2016 28 (39), 8586-8617

  • Yingwen Cheng, Hee Jung Chang, Hui Dong, Daiwon Choi, Vincent L. Sprenkle, Jun Liu, Yan Yao, Guosheng Li

    Journal of Materials Research 2016 31 (20), 3125-3141

  • Satoshi Nakata, Takuya Togashi, Tsuyoshi Honma, Takayuki Komatsu

    Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids 2016 450, 109-115

  • Yihao Xie, Mouping Fan, Tong Shen, Qingwen Liu, Yu Chen

    Materials Technology 2016 31 (11), 646-652

  • Gang Pang, Changzhou Yuan, Ping Nie, JiaJia Zhu, Xiaogang Zhang, Hongsen Li, Bing Ding

    Applied Materials Today 2016 4, 54-61

  • Xuehang Wu, Guiming Zhong, Yong Yang

    Journal of Power Sources 2016 327, 666-674

  • G.B. Xu, L.W. Yang, X.L. Wei, J.W. Ding, J.X. Zhong, P.K. Chu

    Journal of Power Sources 2016 327, 580-590

  • Boyeon Park, Seung Mi Oh, Yun Kyung Jo, Seong-Ju Hwang

    Materials Letters 2016 178, 79-82

  • Ruiguo Cao, Kuber Mishra, Xiaolin Li, Jiangfeng Qian, Mark H. Engelhard, Mark E. Bowden, Kee Sung Han, Karl T. Mueller, Wesley A. Henderson, Ji-Guang Zhang

    Nano Energy 2016 ,

  • Yuan-Li Ding, Peter Kopold, Kersten Hahn, Peter A. van Aken, Joachim Maier, Yan Yu

    Advanced Materials 2016 28 (35), 7774-7782

  • Xin Gu, Liangjun Li, Ying Wang, Pengcheng Dai, Hongbo Wang, Xuebo Zhao

    Electrochimica Acta 2016 211, 77-82

  • Yan Zhang, Shiyu Lu, Min-Qiang Wang, Yubin Niu, Sangui Liu, Yutao Li, Xiaoshuai Wu, Shu-Juan Bao, Maowen Xu

    Materials Letters 2016 178, 44-47

  • Yunming Li, Yong-Sheng Hu, Maria-Magdalena Titirici, Liquan Chen, Xuejie Huang

    Advanced Energy Materials 2016 6 (18), 1600659

  • Hongshuai Hou, Lidong Shao, Yan Zhang, Guoqiang Zou, Jun Chen, Xiaobo Ji

    Advanced Science 2016 , 1600243

  • Kei Kubota, Takuya Asari, Hiroaki Yoshida, Naoaki Yaabuuchi, Hiromasa Shiiba, Masanobu Nakayama, Shinichi Komaba

    Advanced Functional Materials 2016 26 (33), 6047-6059

  • Guoqiang Zou, Jun Chen, Yan Zhang, Chao Wang, Zhaodong Huang, Simin Li, Hanxiao Liao, Jufeng Wang, Xiaobo Ji

    Journal of Power Sources 2016 325, 25-34

  • Arianna Moretti, Stefano Passerini

    Advanced Energy Materials 2016 , 1600868

  • Xiaojun Wang, Yongchang Liu, Yijing Wang, Lifang Jiao

    Small 2016 12 (35), 4865-4872

  • Bruno Rousseau, Vladimir Timoshevskii, Normand Mousseau, Michel Côté, Karim Zaghib

    Materials Science and Engineering: B 2016 211, 185-190

  • Nurulhuda Binti Mahadi, Jae-Sang Park, Jae-Ho Park, Kyung Yoon Chung, Su Youl Yi, Yang-Kook Sun, Seung-Taek Myung

    Journal of Power Sources 2016 326, 522-532

  • Nebil A. Katcho, Javier Carrasco, Damien Saurel, Elena Gonzalo, Man Han, Frederic Aguesse, Teofilo Rojo

    Advanced Energy Materials 2016 , 1601477

  • Xueke Xia, Jian Xie, Shichao Zhang, Bin Pan, Gaoshao Cao, Xinbing Zhao

    Journal of Materials Science & Technology 2016 ,

  • Chek-Hai Lim, Tzu-Yang Huang, Pei-Sian Shao, Jen-Hao Chien, Yu-Ting Weng, Hsin-Fu Huang, Bing Joe Hwang, Nae-Lih Wu

    Electrochimica Acta 2016 211, 265-272

  • Xiaolin Li, Pengfei Yan, Mark H. Engelhard, Alasdair J. Crawford, Vilayanur V. Viswanathan, Chongmin Wang, Jun Liu, Vincent L. Sprenkle

    Nano Energy 2016 27, 664-672

  • Zhiming Zhou, Hongmei Xiao, Fan Zhang, Xiaolong Zhang, Yongbing Tang

    Electrochimica Acta 2016 211, 430-436

  • Giuseppe Antonio Elia, Krystan Marquardt, Katrin Hoeppner, Sebastien Fantini, Rongying Lin, Etienne Knipping, Willi Peters, Jean-Francois Drillet, Stefano Passerini, Robert Hahn

    Advanced Materials 2016 28 (35), 7564-7579

  • Jin Zhao, Xiaoxi Zou, Yujie Zhu, Yunhua Xu, Chunsheng Wang

    Advanced Functional Materials 2016 ,

  • Hongcai Gao, Weidong Zhou, Kyusung Park, John B. Goodenough

    Advanced Energy Materials 2016 6 (18), 1600467

  • Jang-Yeon Hwang, Seung-Taek Myung, Chong Seung Yoon, Sung-Soo Kim, Doron Aurbach, Yang-Kook Sun

    Advanced Functional Materials 2016 ,

  • Wei Luo, Chuan-Fu Lin, Oliver Zhao, Malachi Noked, Ying Zhang, Gary W. Rubloff, Liangbing Hu

    Advanced Energy Materials 2016 , 1601526

  • Shufeng Song, Hai M. Duong, Alexander M. Korsunsky, Ning Hu, Li Lu

    Scientific Reports 2016 6, 32330

  • P. Ramesh Kumar, Young Hwa Jung, Do Kyung Kim

    Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry 2016 ,

  • Abhik Banerjee, Kern Ho Park, Jongwook W. Heo, Young Jin Nam, Chang Ki Moon, Seung M. Oh, Seung-Tae Hong, Yoon Seok Jung

    Angewandte Chemie 2016 128 (33), 9786-9790

  • Abhik Banerjee, Kern Ho Park, Jongwook W. Heo, Young Jin Nam, Chang Ki Moon, Seung M. Oh, Seung-Tae Hong, Yoon Seok Jung

    Angewandte Chemie International Edition 2016 55 (33), 9634-9638

  • Liwen Ji, Praveen Meduri, Victor Agubra, Xingcheng Xiao, Mataz Alcoutlabi

    Advanced Energy Materials 2016 6 (16), 1502159

  • Gum-Chol Ri, Chol-Jun Yu, Jin-Song Kim, Song-Nam Hong, Un-Gi Jong, Mun-Hyok Ri

    Journal of Power Sources 2016 324, 758-765

  • Juhye Song, Jong Hwan Park, Ah-Jung Lee, Bo-Ram Kim, Goojin Jeong, Young-Jun Kim, Hansu Kim

    Bulletin of the Korean Chemical Society 2016 37 (8), 1285-1289

  • Xiuqiang Xie, Meng-Qiang Zhao, Babak Anasori, Kathleen Maleski, Chang E. Ren, Jingwen Li, Bryan W. Byles, Ekaterina Pomerantseva, Guoxiu Wang, Yury Gogotsi

    Nano Energy 2016 26, 513-523

  • M. Zarrabeitia, E. Castillo-Martínez, J.M. López Del Amo, A. Eguía-Barrio, M.A. Muñoz-Márquez, T. Rojo, M. Casas-Cabanas

    Journal of Power Sources 2016 324, 378-387

  • Xiaoming Zhu, Qian Li, Yongjin Fang, Xiaoling Liu, Lifen Xiao, Xinping Ai, Hanxi Yang, Yuliang Cao

    Particle & Particle Systems Characterization 2016 33 (8), 545-552

  • Wanjie Zhang, Mouad Dahbi, Shinichi Komaba

    Current Opinion in Chemical Engineering 2016 13, 36-44

  • Jason A. Cody, Lauren M. Dalecky, Christian A. Juillerat, Grant C.B. Alexander, Luke C. Shylanski

    Polyhedron 2016 114, 399-402

  • A.J. Fernández-Ropero, M.J. Piernas-Muñoz, E. Castillo-Martínez, T. Rojo, M. Casas-Cabanas

    Electrochimica Acta 2016 210, 352-357

  • María José Piernas-Muñoz, Elizabeth Castillo-Martínez, Oleksandr Bondarchuk, Michel Armand, Teófilo Rojo

    Journal of Power Sources 2016 324, 766-773

  • Jagabandhu Patra, Hung-Ching Chen, Cheng-Hsien Yang, Chien-Te Hsieh, Ching-Yuan Su, Jeng-Kuei Chang

    Nano Energy 2016 ,

  • Zhian Zhang, Xiaodong Shi, Xing Yang

    Electrochimica Acta 2016 208, 238-243

  • Jang-Yeon Hwang, Seung-Taek Myung, Doron Aurbach, Yang-Kook Sun

    Journal of Power Sources 2016 324, 106-112

  • Xingguo Qi, Yuesheng Wang, Liwei Jiang, Linqin Mu, Chenglong Zhao, Lilu Liu, Yong-Sheng Hu, Liquan Chen, Xuejie Huang

    Particle & Particle Systems Characterization 2016 33 (8), 538-544

  • Pu Hu, Xiaofang Wang, Jun Ma, Zhonghua Zhang, Jianjiang He, Xiaogang Wang, Siqi Shi, Guanglei Cui, Liquan Chen

    Nano Energy 2016 26, 382-391

  • Junke Ou, Lin Yang, Xianghui Xi

    Journal of Porous Materials 2016 ,

  • Tai-Feng Hung, Wei-Jen Cheng, Wen-Sheng Chang, Chang-Chung Yang, Chin-Chang Shen, Yu-Lin Kuo

    Chemistry - A European Journal 2016 22 (30), 10620-10626

  • Akitoshi Hayashi, Atsushi Sakuda, Masahiro Tatsumisago

    Frontiers in Energy Research 2016 4,

  • Liaoyong Wen, Min Zhou, Chengliang Wang, Yan Mi, Yong Lei

    Advanced Energy Materials 2016 , 1600468

  • S.N. Li, J.B. Liu, B.X. Liu

    Journal of Power Sources 2016 320, 322-331

  • Wenhao Ren, Zhiping Zheng, Chang Xu, Chaojiang Niu, Qiulong Wei, Qinyou An, Kangning Zhao, Mengyu Yan, Mingsheng Qin, Liqiang Mai

    Nano Energy 2016 25, 145-153

  • Yanrong Wang, Renpeng Chen, Tao Chen, Hongling Lv, Guoyin Zhu, Lianbo Ma, Caixing Wang, Zhong Jin, Jie Liu

    Energy Storage Materials 2016 4, 103-129

  • Ying Wu, Xiaowu Liu, Zhenzhong Yang, Lin Gu, Yan Yu

    Small 2016 12 (26), 3522-3529

  • Fei Shen, Wei Luo, Jiaqi Dai, Yonggang Yao, Mingwei Zhu, Emily Hitz, Yuefeng Tang, Yanfeng Chen, Vincent L. Sprenkle, Xiaolin Li, Liangbing Hu

    Advanced Energy Materials 2016 6 (14), 1600377

  • Marlou Keller, Christoph Vaalma, Daniel Buchholz, Stefano Passerini

    ChemElectroChem 2016 3 (7), 1124-1132

  • Le Shi, Tianshou Zhao, Ao Xu, Jianbo Xu

    Science Bulletin 2016 61 (14), 1138-1144

  • Fang Wan, Hong-Yan Lü, Xiao-Hua Zhang, Dai-Huo Liu, Jing-Ping Zhang, Xiaoyan He, Xing-Long Wu

    Journal of Alloys and Compounds 2016 672, 72-78

  • Mouping Fan, Yu Chen, Yihao Xie, Tingzhou Yang, Xiaowei Shen, Na Xu, Haiying Yu, Chenglin Yan

    Advanced Functional Materials 2016 26 (28), 5019-5027

  • Haomiao Li, Huayi Yin, Kangli Wang, Shijie Cheng, Kai Jiang, Donald R. Sadoway

    Advanced Energy Materials 2016 6 (14), 1600483

  • Ali Darwiche, Lucille Bodenes, Lénaïc Madec, Laure Monconduit, Hervé Martinez

    Electrochimica Acta 2016 207, 284-292

  • Fei Han, Clara Yi Jun Tan, Zhiqiang Gao

    ChemElectroChem 2016 3 (7), 1054-1062

  • Z.L. Wu, G.B. Xu, X.L. Wei, L.W. Yang

    Electrochimica Acta 2016 207, 275-283

  • Min Zhou, Yang Xu, Junxiang Xiang, Chengliang Wang, Liying Liang, Liaoyong Wen, Yaoguo Fang, Yan Mi, Yong Lei

    Advanced Energy Materials 2016 , 1600448

  • Huan Liu, Mengqiu Jia, Bin Cao, Renjie Chen, Xinying Lv, Renjie Tang, Feng Wu, Bin Xu

    Journal of Power Sources 2016 319, 195-201

  • Kai Zhang, Mihui Park, Limin Zhou, Gi-Hyeok Lee, Weijie Li, Yong-Mook Kang, Jun Chen

    Advanced Functional Materials 2016 ,

  • Rafael Klee, María José Aragón, Ricardo Alcántara, José L. Tirado, Pedro Lavela

    European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry 2016 2016 (19), 3212-3218

  • Andrzej Lewandowski, Paweł Jakobczyk

    Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry 2016 ,

  • Dongliang Chao, Changrong Zhu, Peihua Yang, Xinhui Xia, Jilei Liu, Jin Wang, Xiaofeng Fan, Serguei V. Savilov, Jianyi Lin, Hong Jin Fan, Ze Xiang Shen

    Nature Communications 2016 7, 12122

  • Nana Wang, Zhongchao Bai, Yitai Qian, Jian Yang

    Advanced Materials 2016 28 (21), 4126-4133

  • Y.S. Zhu, L.L. Li, C.Y. Li, L. Zhou, Y.P. Wu

    Solid State Ionics 2016 289, 113-117

  • Pu Hu, Xiaofang Wang, Tianshi Wang, Lanli Chen, Jun Ma, Qingyu Kong, Siqi Shi, Guanglei Cui

    Advanced Science 2016 , 1600112

  • Lele Peng, Yue Zhu, Dahong Chen, Rodney S. Ruoff, Guihua Yu

    Advanced Energy Materials 2016 6 (11), 1600025

  • Huanlei Wang, Wenhua Yu, Nan Mao, Jing Shi, Wei Liu

    Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 2016 227, 1-8

  • Heejin Kim, Chan Sun Park, Jang Wook Choi, Yousung Jung

    Angewandte Chemie International Edition 2016 55 (23), 6662-6666

  • Zhensheng Hong, Jiaxing Hong, Chaobing Xie, Zhigao Huang, Mingdeng Wei

    Electrochimica Acta 2016 202, 203-208

  • H. Ben Yahia, R. Essehli, M. Avdeev, J-B. Park, Y-K. Sun, M.A. Al-Maadeed, I. Belharouak

    Journal of Solid State Chemistry 2016 238, 103-108

  • Xinhui Xia, Dongliang Chao, Yongqi Zhang, Jiye Zhan, Yu Zhong, Xiuli Wang, Yadong Wang, Ze Xiang Shen, Jiangping Tu, Hong Jin Fan

    Small 2016 12 (22), 3048-3058

  • Heejin Kim, Chan Sun Park, Jang Wook Choi, Yousung Jung

    Angewandte Chemie 2016 128 (23), 6774-6778

  • Jiangfeng Ni, Shidong Fu, Chao Wu, Yang Zhao, Joachim Maier, Yan Yu, Liang Li

    Advanced Energy Materials 2016 6 (11), 1502568

  • Xinyu Ma, Wen Luo, Mengyu Yan, Liang He, Liqiang Mai

    Nano Energy 2016 24, 165-188

  • Liming Wu, Arianna Moretti, Daniel Buchholz, Stefano Passerini, Dominic Bresser

    Electrochimica Acta 2016 203, 109-116

  • M. José Piernas-Muñoz, E. Castillo-Martínez, J.L. Gómez-Cámer, T. Rojo

    Electrochimica Acta 2016 200, 123-130

  • Yang Xu, Min Zhou, Yong Lei

    Advanced Energy Materials 2016 6 (10), 1502514

  • Yao Lu, Kun Fu, Jiadeng Zhu, Chen Chen, Meltem Yanilmaz, Mahmut Dirican, Yeqian Ge, Han Jiang, Xiangwu Zhang

    Journal of Materials Science 2016 51 (9), 4549-4558

  • Eunbi Cho, Kyeongse Song, Mi Hui Park, Kyung-Wan Nam, Yong-Mook Kang

    Small 2016 12 (18), 2510-2517

  • Yao Liu, Yirong Zhou, Junxi Zhang, Shiming Zhang, Ping Ren

    Journal of Power Sources 2016 314, 1-9

  • Steffen Hartung, Nicolas Bucher, Joseph B. Franklin, Anna M. Wise, Linda Y. Lim, Han-Yi Chen, Johanna Nelson Weker, Maria-E. Michel-Beyerle, Michael F. Toney, Madhavi Srinivasan

    Advanced Energy Materials 2016 6 (9), 1502336

  • K. Zhao, Y. Liu, S.M. Zeng, J.H. Yang, Y.W. Liu, Z.L. Zhan, L.J Song

    Ceramics International 2016 42 (7), 8990-8996

  • Xinghao Lin, Youzhong Dong, Quan Kuang, Danlin Yan, Xudong Liu, Wei Han, Yanming Zhao

    Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry 2016 20 (5), 1241-1250

  • Shaohua Guo, Yang Sun, Jin Yi, Kai Zhu, Pan Liu, Yanbei Zhu, Guo-zhen Zhu, Mingwei Chen, Masayoshi Ishida, Haoshen Zhou

    NPG Asia Materials 2016 8 (4), e266

  • Benoit Mortemard de Boisse, Guandong Liu, Jiangtao Ma, Shin-ichi Nishimura, Sai-Cheong Chung, Hisao Kiuchi, Yoshihisa Harada, Jun Kikkawa, Yoshio Kobayashi, Masashi Okubo, Atsuo Yamada

    Nature Communications 2016 7, 11397

  • Yuanyue Liu, Boris V. Merinov, William A. Goddard

    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 2016 113 (14), 3735-3739

  • Si-Wei Zhang, Wei Lv, Chong Luo, Cong-Hui You, Jun Zhang, Zheng-Ze Pan, Fei-Yu Kang, Quan-Hong Yang

    Energy Storage Materials 2016 3, 18-23

  • Guoqiang Zou, Xinnan Jia, Zhaodong Huang, Simin Li, Hanxiao Liao, Hongshuai Hou, Lanping Huang, Xiaobo Ji

    Electrochimica Acta 2016 196, 413-421

  • Yeongjae Yi, Hyun-Woo Shim, Seung-Deok Seo, Mushtaq Ahmad Dar, Dong-Wan Kim

    Materials Research Bulletin 2016 76, 338-343

  • Ivana Hasa, Xinwei Dou, Daniel Buchholz, Yang Shao-Horn, Jusef Hassoun, Stefano Passerini, Bruno Scrosati

    Journal of Power Sources 2016 310, 26-31

  • Bi Fu, Xuan Zhou, Yaping Wang

    Journal of Power Sources 2016 310, 102-108

  • Bin Luo, Tengfei Qiu, Delai Ye, Lianzhou Wang, Linjie Zhi

    Nano Energy 2016 22, 232-240

  • Atsushi Fukunaga, Toshiyuki Nohira, Rika Hagiwara, Koma Numata, Eiko Itani, Shoichiro Sakai, Koji Nitta

    Journal of Applied Electrochemistry 2016 46 (4), 487-496

  • Nü Wang, Yuan Gao, Yun-Xiao Wang, Kai Liu, Weihong Lai, Yemin Hu, Yong Zhao, Shu-Lei Chou, Lei Jiang

    Advanced Science 2016 ,

  • Xianhong Rui, Yuxin Tang, Oleksandr I. Malyi, Andriy Gusak, Yanyan Zhang, Zhiqiang Niu, Hui Teng Tan, Clas Persson, Xiaodong Chen, Zhong Chen, Qingyu Yan

    Nano Energy 2016 22, 583-593

  • Long Qie, Chenxi Zu, Arumugam Manthiram

    Advanced Energy Materials 2016 6 (7), 1502459

  • Qi Li, Juner Chen, Lei Fan, Xueqian Kong, Yingying Lu

    Green Energy & Environment 2016 1 (1), 18-42

  • Weihan Li, Linchao Zeng, Ying Wu, Yan Yu

    Science China Materials 2016 59 (4), 287-321

  • Jang Wook Choi, Doron Aurbach

    Nature Reviews Materials 2016 1 (4), 16013

  • Ye Zhang, Lie Wang, Ziyang Guo, Yifan Xu, Yonggang Wang, Huisheng Peng

    Angewandte Chemie 2016 128 (14), 4563-4567

  • Ye Zhang, Lie Wang, Ziyang Guo, Yifan Xu, Yonggang Wang, Huisheng Peng

    Angewandte Chemie International Edition 2016 55 (14), 4487-4491

  • Gi Dae Park, Yun Chan Kang

    Chemistry - A European Journal 2016 22 (12), 4140-4146

  • Chengliang Wang, Yaoguo Fang, Yang Xu, Liying Liang, Min Zhou, Huaping Zhao, Yong Lei

    Advanced Functional Materials 2016 26 (11), 1777-1786

  • Yanping Zhou, Wenping Sun, Xianhong Rui, Yan Zhou, Wun Jern Ng, Qingyu Yan, Eileen Fong

    Nano Energy 2016 21, 71-79

  • Wei Li, Chen Hu, Min Zhou, Hongwei Tao, Kangli Wang, Shijie Cheng, Kai Jiang

    Journal of Power Sources 2016 307, 173-180

  • Muhammad-Sadeeq Balogun, Yang Luo, Weitao Qiu, Peng Liu, Yexiang Tong

    Carbon 2016 98, 162-178

  • Hongcai Gao, Weidong Zhou, Ji-Hoon Jang, John B. Goodenough

    Advanced Energy Materials 2016 6 (6), 1502130

  • Guobao Xu, Liwen Yang, Xiaolin Wei, Jianwen Ding, Jianxin Zhong, Paul K. Chu

    Advanced Functional Materials 2016 , na-na

  • Chun Fang, Yunhui Huang, Wuxing Zhang, Jiantao Han, Zhe Deng, Yuliang Cao, Hanxi Yang

    Advanced Energy Materials 2016 6 (5), 1501727

  • Dingfeng Xu, Chaoji Chen, Jia Xie, Bao Zhang, Ling Miao, Jie Cai, Yunhui Huang, Lina Zhang

    Advanced Energy Materials 2016 6 (6), 1501929

  • Ramesh Guduru, Juan Icaza

    Nanomaterials 2016 6 (3), 41

  • Tetsuya Kajita, Takashi Itoh

    Electrochimica Acta 2016 195, 192-198

  • Viorica-Alina Oltean, Stéven Renault, Mario Valvo, Daniel Brandell

    Materials 2016 9 (3), 142

  • Shengjie Peng, Xiaopeng Han, Linlin Li, Zhiqiang Zhu, Fangyi Cheng, Madhavi Srinivansan, Stefan Adams, Seeram Ramakrishna

    Small 2016 12 (10), 1359-1368

  • Cristina Tealdi, Monica Ricci, Chiara Ferrara, Giovanna Bruni, Eliana Quartarone, Piercarlo Mustarelli

    Batteries 2016 2 (1), 1

  • Takayuki Yamamoto, Toshiyuki Nohira, Rika Hagiwara, Atsushi Fukunaga, Shoichiro Sakai, Koji Nitta

    Electrochimica Acta 2016 193, 275-283

  • Chaofeng Liu, Zachary G. Neale, Guozhong Cao

    Materials Today 2016 19 (2), 109-123

  • Xiuqiang Xie, Taron Makaryan, Mengqiang Zhao, Katherine L. Van Aken, Yury Gogotsi, Guoxiu Wang

    Advanced Energy Materials 2016 6 (5), 1502161

  • Jinsoo Kim, Hyeokjun Park, Byungju Lee, Won Mo Seong, Hee-Dae Lim, Youngjoon Bae, Haegyeom Kim, Won Keun Kim, Kyoung Han Ryu, Kisuk Kang

    Nature Communications 2016 7, 10670

  • Cai Liu, Wen-li Guo, Qiu-hong Wang, Jian-gang Li, Xiao-Ping Yang

    Journal of Alloys and Compounds 2016 658, 588-594

  • Seung Yeon Lee, Yun Chan Kang

    Chemistry - A European Journal 2016 22 (8), 2769-2774

  • Wei Qin, Dongsheng Li, Xiaojie Zhang, Dong Yan, Bingwen Hu, Likun Pan

    Electrochimica Acta 2016 191, 435-443

  • Yuping Liu, Hongtao Wang, Liang Cheng, Na Han, Feipeng Zhao, Peirong Li, Chuanhong Jin, Yanguang Li

    Nano Energy 2016 20, 168-175

  • Liming Wu, Daniel Buchholz, Christoph Vaalma, Guinevere A. Giffin, Stefano Passerini

    ChemElectroChem 2016 3 (2), 292-298

  • Ali Darwiche, Romain Dugas, Bernard Fraisse, Laure Monconduit

    Journal of Power Sources 2016 304, 1-8

  • Wen Luo, Pengfei Zhang, Xuanpeng Wang, Qidong Li, Yifan Dong, Jingchen Hua, Liang Zhou, Liqiang Mai

    Journal of Power Sources 2016 304, 340-345

  • Yanying Lu, Qing Zhao, Ning Zhang, Kaixiang Lei, Fujun Li, Jun Chen

    Advanced Functional Materials 2016 26 (6), 911-918

  • Xiangyu Zhao, Qiang Li, Tingting Yu, Meng Yang, Karin Fink, Xiaodong Shen

    Scientific Reports 2016 6, 19448

  • Cheng-Jui Hsu, Chih-Yu Chou, Cheng-Hsien Yang, Tai-Chou Lee, Jeng-Kuei Chang

    Chem. Commun. 2016 52 (8), 1701-1704

  • Boyang Ruan, Haipeng Guo, Qiannan Liu, Dongqi Shi, Shulei Chou, Huakun Liu, Guohua Chen, Jiazhao Wang

    RSC Adv. 2016 6 (105), 103124-103131

  • Jin-Yun Liao, Brandon. De Luna, Arumugam Manthiram

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (3), 801-806

  • Dezhi Kong, Chuanwei Cheng, Ye Wang, Bo Liu, Zhixiang Huang, Hui Ying Yang

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (30), 11800-11811

  • Yongchang Liu, Yang Li, Hongyan Kang, Ting Jin, Lifang Jiao

    Mater. Horiz. 2016 3 (5), 402-421

  • Ying Wang, Caiyun Wang, Yijing Wang, Huakun Liu, Zhenguo Huang

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (15), 5428-5435

  • Jiashen Meng, Ziang Liu, Chaojiang Niu, Xiaoming Xu, Xiong Liu, Guobin Zhang, Xuanpeng Wang, Meng Huang, Yang Yu, Liqiang Mai

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (13), 4893-4899

  • Yanyang Li, Xiangming Feng, Shizhong Cui, Qiuzhi Shi, Liwei Mi, Weihua Chen

    CrystEngComm 2016 18 (17), 3136-3141

  • Cristina Tealdi, Monica Ricci, Chiara Ferrara, Giovanna Bruni, Vittorio Berbenni, Eliana Quartarone, Piercarlo Mustarelli

    RSC Adv. 2016 6 (102), 99735-99742

  • Shuming Zhang, Yu Liu, Na Zhang, Kuan Zhao, Jianhua Yang, Shiyang He

    RSC Adv. 2016 6 (58), 53296-53302

  • D. Duveau, S. Sananes Israel, J. Fullenwarth, F. Cunin, L. Monconduit

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (9), 3228-3232

  • Haomiao Li, Min Zhou, Wei Li, Kangli Wang, Shijie Cheng, Kai Jiang

    RSC Adv. 2016 6 (42), 35197-32

  • T. Vogl, C. Vaalma, D. Buchholz, M. Secchiaroli, R. Marassi, S. Passerini, A. Balducci

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (27), 10472-10478

  • Qiliang Wei, Yanqing Fu, Gaixia Zhang, Youling Wang, Xianyou Wang, Mohamed Mohamedi, Shuhui Sun

    RSC Adv. 2016 6 (87), 84149-84154

  • Jinju Song, Sohyun Park, Jihyeon Gim, Vinod Mathew, Sungjin Kim, Jeonggeun Jo, Seokhun Kim, Jaekook Kim

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (20), 7815-7822

  • Qianqian Li, Jinsong Wu, Junming Xu, Vinayak P. Dravid

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (22), 8669-8675

  • Di Wang, Qiulong Wei, Jinzhi Sheng, Ping Hu, Mengyu Yan, Ruimin Sun, Xiaoming Xu, Qinyou An, Liqiang Mai

    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2016 18 (17), 12074-12079

  • Purushotham Uppula, Norio Takenaka, Masataka Nagaoka

    RSC Adv. 2016 ,

  • Taichi Hayakawa, Yosuke Ishii, Shinji Kawasaki

    RSC Adv. 2016 6 (26), 22069-22073

  • Gi Dae Park, Jong-Heun Lee, Yun Chan Kang

    Nanoscale 2016 8 (23), 11889-11896

  • Yanqing Fu, Qiliang Wei, Xianyou Wang, Gaixia Zhang, Hongbo Shu, Xiukang Yang, Ana C. Tavares, Shuhui Sun

    RSC Adv. 2016 6 (20), 16624-16633

  • Shaohua Guo, Jin Yi, Yang Sun, Haoshen Zhou

    Energy Environ. Sci. 2016 ,

  • Hongkuan Wang, Wenzao Li, Huifang Fei, Liping Guo, Jinkui Feng, Lijie Ci, Shenglin Xiong

    RSC Adv. 2016 6 (17), 14314-14320

  • Wei Lv, Zhengjie Li, Yaqian Deng, Quan-Hong Yang, Feiyu Kang

    Energy Storage Materials 2016 2, 107-138

  • Tiantian Gu, Min Zhou, Mengyun Liu, Kangli Wang, Shijie Cheng, Kai Jiang

    RSC Adv. 2016 6 (58), 53319-53323

  • Birte Jache, Jan Oliver Binder, Takeshi Abe, Philipp Adelhelm

    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2016 18 (21), 14299-14316

  • Pin Liu, Yunming Li, Yong-Sheng Hu, Hong Li, Liquan Chen, Xuejie Huang

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (34), 13046-13052

  • Hongsen Li, Lele Peng, Yue Zhu, Dahong Chen, Xiaogang Zhang, Guihua Yu

    Energy Environ. Sci. 2016 9 (11), 3399-3405

  • Xinghua Xiang, Xiaocheng Li, Kongyao Chen, Yang Tang, Min Wan, Xuli Ding, Lihong Xue, Wuxing Zhang, Yunhui Huang

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 ,

  • Yunming Li, Yong-Sheng Hu, Hong Li, Liquan Chen, Xuejie Huang

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (1), 96-104

  • Shuo Liu, Xiaolei Jiang, Junshu Zhang, Jian Yang, Yitai Qian

    RSC Adv. 2016 6 (60), 55327-55330

  • Zhiming Liu, Xin-Yao Yu, Xiong Wen (David) Lou, Ungyu Paik

    Energy Environ. Sci. 2016 9 (7), 2314-2318

  • Cristina Tealdi, Jennifer Heath, M. Saiful Islam

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (18), 6998-7004

  • Jianhua Gao, Xunshan Sha, Xi Liu, Limei Song, Pan Zhao

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (30), 11870-11877

  • V. Selvamani, R. Ravikumar, V. Suryanarayanan, D. Velayutham, S. Gopukumar

    Electrochimica Acta 2016 ,

  • Liufei Cao, Liang Chen, Zheng Huang, Yafei Kuang, Haihui Zhou, Zhongxue Chen

    ChemElectroChem 2016 3 (1), 122-129

  • Dongdong Li, Lei Zhang, Hongbin Chen, Jun Wang, Liang-Xin Ding, Suqing Wang, Peter J. Ashman, Haihui Wang

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (22), 8630-8635

  • Anqi Zhang, Gengfeng Zheng, Charles M. Lieber

    2016, 203-225

  • K. Vignarooban, R. Kushagra, A. Elango, P. Badami, B.-E. Mellander, X. Xu, T.G. Tucker, C. Nam, A.M. Kannan

    International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 2016 41 (4), 2829-2846

  • Chueh-Han Wang, Cheng-Hsien Yang, Jeng-Kuei Chang

    Chem. Commun. 2016 52 (72), 10890-10893

  • Sajid Ali Ansari, Ziyauddin Khan, Mohammad Omaish Ansari, Moo Hwan Cho

    RSC Adv. 2016 6 (50), 44616-44629

  • Jun Wang, Xin He, Dong Zhou, Falko Schappacher, Xiaofei Zhang, Haidong Liu, Marian Cristian Stan, Xia Cao, Richard Kloepsch, Mohamed Sayed Sofy, Gerhard Schumacher, Jie Li

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (9), 3431-3437

  • Xia Wang, Hee-Min Kim, Ying Xiao, Yang-Kook Sun

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (39), 14915-14931

  • Siham Doubaji, Bertrand Philippe, Ismael Saadoune, Mihaela Gorgoi, Torbjorn Gustafsson, Abderrahim Solhy, Mario Valvo, Håkan Rensmo, Kristina Edström

    ChemSusChem 2016 9 (1), 97-108

  • Peng-Fei Wang, Ya You, Ya-Xia Yin, Yu-Guo Guo

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (45), 17660-17664

  • Dong Yan, Likun Pan

    Inorg. Chem. Front. 2016 3 (4), 464-468

  • Hualin Ye, Yeyun Wang, Feipeng Zhao, Wenjing Huang, Na Han, Junhua Zhou, Min Zeng, Yanguang Li

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 ,

  • Shyamal K. Das, Birte Jache, Homen Lahon, Conrad L. Bender, Juergen Janek, Philipp Adelhelm

    Chem. Commun. 2016 52 (7), 1428-1431

  • Fangfang Chen, Maria Forsyth

    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2016 18 (28), 19336-19344

  • Pengcheng Liu, Dehua Zhou, Kongjun Zhu, Qingliu Wu, Yifeng Wang, Guoan Tai, Wei Zhang, Qilin Gu

    Nanoscale 2016 8 (4), 1975-1985

  • P. Wu, S. Q. Wu, X. Lv, X. Zhao, Z. Ye, Z. Lin, C. Z. Wang, K. M. Ho

    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2016 18 (34), 23916-23922

  • Jianchuan Ye, Jun Zang, Zhaowu Tian, Mingsen Zheng, Quanfeng Dong

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (34), 13223-13227

  • Ivana Hasa, Stefano Passerini, Jusef Hassoun

    Journal of Power Sources 2016 303, 203-207

  • Mitsunori Kitta, Riki Kataoka, Masanori Kohyama

    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2016 18 (29), 19888-19893

  • Shuai Wang, Jiguo Tu, Yan Yuan, Rui Ma, Shuqiang Jiao

    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2016 ,

  • Yifei Yuan, Lu Ma, Kun He, Wentao Yao, Anmin Nie, Xuanxuan Bi, Khalil Amine, Tianpin Wu, Jun Lu, Reza Shahbazian-Yassr

    Nano Energy 2016 19, 382-390

  • Shi Tao, Xingbo Wang, Peixin Cui, Yu Wang, Yasir A. Haleem, Shenghui Wei, Weifeng Huang, Li Song, Wangsheng Chu

    RSC Adv. 2016 6 (49), 43591-43597

  • Jens Peters, Daniel Buchholz, Stefano Passerini, Marcel Weil

    Energy Environ. Sci. 2016 9 (5), 1744-1751

  • Tetsuya Kajita, Takashi Itoh

    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2016 ,

  • Kieu My Bui, Van An Dinh, Susumu Okada, Takahisa Ohno

    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2016 18 (39), 27226-27231

  • Dabei Wu, Yunhui Huang, Xianluo Hu

    Chem. Commun. 2016 52 (75), 11207-11210

  • Xiaolei Jiang, Fangdong Hu, Junshu Zhang

    RSC Adv. 2016 6 (105), 103238-103241

  • Tiantian Yu, Bo Lin, Qiufeng Li, Xiaoguang Wang, Weili Qu, Sen Zhang, Chao Deng

    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2016 18 (38), 26933-26941

  • Yongling An, Jinkui Feng, Lijie Ci, Shenglin Xiong

    RSC Adv. 2016 6 (105), 103579-103584

  • Abdus Samad, Mohammad Noor-A-Alam, Young-Han Shin

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (37), 14316-14323

  • Zhian Zhang, Xingxing Zhao, Jie Li

    Materials Letters 2016 162, 169-172

  • Jun Chen, Guoqiang Zou, Hongshuai Hou, Yan Zhang, Zhaodong Huang, Xiaobo Ji

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (32), 12591-12601

  • Koki Morita, Naoki Okamoto, Takatomo Fujiyama, Takeyasu Saito, Kazuo Kondo

    MRS Advances 2016 1 (06), 409-414

  • L. Shi, T. S. Zhao, A. Xu, J. B. Xu

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (42), 16377-16382

  • Siyu Cai, Xianyou Wang, Manfang Chen, Jia Liu, Qun Lu, Shuangying Wei

    Journal of The Electrochemical Society 2016 163 (14), A2922-A2929

  • Jin Han, Maowen Xu, Yubin Niu, Guan-Nan Li, Minqiang Wang, Yan Zhang, Min Jia, Chang ming Li

    Chem. Commun. 2016 ,

  • Qing Zhang, Yanpeng Guo, Kai Guo, Tianyou Zhai, Huiqiao Li

    Chem. Commun. 2016 52 (37), 6229-6232

  • Young Rok Lim, Chan Su Jung, Hyung Soon Im, Kidong Park, Jeunghee Park, Won Il Cho, Eun Hee Cha

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (27), 10691-10699

  • Xue Liu, Kai Zhang, Kaixiang Lei, Fujun Li, Zhanliang Tao, Jun Chen

    Nano Research 2016 9 (1), 198-206

  • zhiwei li, Wenjing Feng, Yaqin Lin, Xin Liu, Hailong Fei

    RSC Adv. 2016 ,

  • Zhen-Guo Wu, Yan-Jun Zhong, Jun-Tao Li, Kai Wang, Xiao-Dong Guo, Ling Huang, Ben-He Zhong, Shi-Gang Sun

    RSC Adv. 2016 6 (59), 54404-54409

  • Wei Qin, Taiqiang Chen, Ting Lu, Daniel H.C. Chua, Likun Pan

    Journal of Power Sources 2016 302, 202-209

  • Ji-Won Jung, Cho-Long Lee, Sunmoon Yu, Il-Doo Kim

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (3), 703-750

  • Bo Lin, Sen Zhang, Chao Deng

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (7), 2550-2559

  • Sridhar Vadahanambi, Ho-Hwan Chun, Kwang Hyo Jung, Hyun Park

    RSC Adv. 2016 6 (44), 38112-38116

  • Huanlei Wang, David Mitlin, Jia Ding, Zhi Li, Kai Cui

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (14), 5149-5158

  • Jang-Yeon Hwang, Hee Min Kim, Sang-Kyu Lee, Joo-Hyeong Lee, Ali Abouimrane, Mohammad Ahmed Khaleel, Ilias Belharouak, Arumugam Manthiram, Yang-Kook Sun

    Advanced Energy Materials 2016 6 (1), 1501480

  • Manickam Minakshi, David Mitchell, Rob Jones, Feraih Alenazey, Teeraphat Watcharatharapong, Sudip Chakraborty, Rajeev Ahuja

    Nanoscale 2016 8 (21), 11291-11305

  • Changyeon Baek, Jong Hyuk Yun, Ji Eun Wang, Chang Kyu Jeong, Keon Jae Lee, Kwi-Il Park, Do Kyung Kim

    Nanoscale 2016 8 (40), 17632-17638

  • Ryohei Morita, Kazuma Gotoh, Mika Fukunishi, Kei Kubota, Shinichi Komaba, Naoto Nishimura, Takashi Yumura, Kenzo Deguchi, Shinobu Ohki, Tadashi Shimizu, Hiroyuki Ishida

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (34), 13183-13193

  • Faxing Wang, Xiaowei Wang, Zheng Chang, Yusong Zhu, Lijun Fu, Xiang Liu, Yuping Wu

    Nanoscale Horiz. 2016 1 (4), 272-289

  • Dong Yan, Caiyan Yu, Dongsheng Li, Xiaojie Zhang, Jiabao Li, Ting Lu, Likun Pan

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (28), 11077-11085

  • Raphaële J. Clément, Juliette Billaud, A. Robert Armstrong, Gurpreet Singh, Teófilo Rojo, Peter G. Bruce, Clare P. Grey

    Energy Environ. Sci. 2016 9 (10), 3240-3251

  • Shaohong Liu, Yuwei Wang, Yanfeng Dong, Zongbin Zhao, Zhiyu Wang, Jieshan Qiu

    ChemElectroChem 2016 3 (1), 38-44

  • Shi Tao, Peixin Cui, Weifeng Huang, Zhen Yu, Xingbo Wang, Shenghui Wei, Daobin Liu, Li Song, Wangsheng Chu

    Carbon 2016 96, 1028-1033

  • T. Kajita, T. Itoh

    RSC Adv. 2016 6 (104), 102109-102115

  • Alberto Ramos, Ignacio Cameán, Nuria Cuesta, Cristina Antuña, Ana B. García

    Electrochimica Acta 2016 187, 496-507

  • Irin Sultana, Thrinathreddy Ramireddy, Md Mokhlesur Rahman, Ying Chen, Alexey M. Glushenkov

    Chem. Commun. 2016 52 (59), 9279-9282

  • Tao Cheng, Yi-Zhou Zhang, Jian-Peng Yi, Lei Yang, Jian-Dong Zhang, Wen-Yong Lai, Wei Huang

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (36), 13754-13763

  • Wenhua Zuo, Weihua Zhu, Dengfeng Zhao, Yunfei Sun, Yuanyuan Li, Jinping Liu, Xiong Wen (David) Lou

    Energy Environ. Sci. 2016 9 (9), 2881-2891

  • Ya Xiong, Jiangfeng Qian, Yuliang Cao, Xinping Ai, Hanxi Yang

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (29), 11351-11356

  • Soo Min Hwang, Junsoo Kim, Yongil Kim, Youngsik Kim

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 ,

  • M. B. Sreedhara, A. L. Santhosha, Aninda J. Bhattacharyya, C. N. R. Rao

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (24), 9466-9471

  • Tongchao Liu, Yandong Duan, Guangxing Zhang, Maofan Li, Yancong Feng, Jiangtao Hu, Jiaxin Zheng, Jitao Chen, Feng Pan

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (12), 4479-4484

  • Xiao-Guang Sun, Zhonghe Bi, Hansan Liu, Youxing Fang, Craig A. Bridges, M. Parans Paranthaman, Sheng Dai, Gilbert M. Brown

    Chem. Commun. 2016 52 (8), 1713-1716

  • Abhishek Lahiri, Mark Olschewski, René Gustus, Natalia Borisenko, Frank Endres

    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2016 18 (22), 14782-14786

  • Feng Li, Yuanyuan Qu, Mingwen Zhao

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (22), 8905-8912

  • Bin Cao, Huan Liu, Bin Xu, Yaofei Lei, Xiaohong Chen, Huaihe Song

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (17), 6472-6478

  • Yuruo Qi, Linqin Mu, Junmei Zhao, Yong-Sheng Hu, Huizhou Liu, Sheng Dai

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2016 4 (19), 7178-7184

  • Yohan Park, Sung Woo Lee, Ki Hyeon Kim, Bong-Ki Min, Arpan Kumar Nayak, Debabrata Pradhan, Youngku Sohn

    Scientific Reports 2015 5, 18275

  • Hiroyoshi Momida, Ayuko Kitajou, Shigeto Okada, Tomoki Yamashita, Tamio Oguchi

    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 2015 84 (12), 124709

  • Sangryun Kim, Kwan Woo Nam, Soyeon Lee, Woosuk Cho, Joo-Seong Kim, Byung Gon Kim, Yoshifumi Oshima, Ju-Sik Kim, Seok-Gwang Doo, Hyuk Chang, Doron Aurbach, Jang Wook Choi

    Angewandte Chemie International Edition 2015 54 (50), 15094-15099

  • Sangryun Kim, Kwan Woo Nam, Soyeon Lee, Woosuk Cho, Joo-Seong Kim, Byung Gon Kim, Yoshifumi Oshima, Ju-Sik Kim, Seok-Gwang Doo, Hyuk Chang, Doron Aurbach, Jang Wook Choi

    Angewandte Chemie 2015 127 (50), 15309-15314

  • Ashish Rudola, Neeraj Sharma, Palani Balaya

    Electrochemistry Communications 2015 61, 10-13

  • Haiyan Lu, Lin Wu, Lifen Xiao, Xinping Ai, Hanxi Yang, Yuliang Cao

    Electrochimica Acta 2015 ,

  • Kaiqiang Zhou, Zhensheng Hong, Chaobing Xie, Hong Dai, Zhigao Huang

    Journal of Alloys and Compounds 2015 651, 24-28

  • Hongshuai Hou, Craig E. Banks, Mingjun Jing, Yan Zhang, Xiaobo Ji

    Advanced Materials 2015 27 (47), 7861-7866

  • Yao Lu, Meltem Yanilmaz, Chen Chen, Mahmut Dirican, Yeqian Ge, Jiadeng Zhu, Xiangwu Zhang

    ChemElectroChem 2015 2 (12), 1947-1956

  • Alexandra J. Toumar, Shyue Ping Ong, William Davidson Richards, Stephen Dacek, Gerbrand Ceder

    Physical Review Applied 2015 4 (6),

  • Long Qie, Weimin Chen, Xiaoqin Xiong, Chenchen Hu, Feng Zou, Pei Hu, Yunhui Huang

    Advanced Science 2015 2 (12), na-na

  • Li-Jun Song, Shuang-Shuang Liu, Bao-Jun Yu, Cheng-Yang Wang, Ming-Wei Li

    Carbon 2015 95, 972-977

  • F. Legrain, O. I. Malyi, C. Persson, S. Manzhos

    The Journal of Chemical Physics 2015 143 (20), 204701

  • Jin-Zhi Guo, Xing-Long Wu, Fang Wan, Jie Wang, Xiao-Hua Zhang, Rong-Shun Wang

    Chemistry - A European Journal 2015 21 (48), 17371-17378

  • Yolanda Sadikin, Matteo Brighi, Pascal Schouwink, Radovan Černý

    Advanced Energy Materials 2015 5 (21), 1501016

  • Yao Lu, Meltem Yanilmaz, Chen Chen, Yeqian Ge, Mahmut Dirican, Jiadeng Zhu, Yongqiang Li, Xiangwu Zhang

    Energy Storage Materials 2015 1, 74-81

  • Yongchang Liu, Ning Zhang, Lifang Jiao, Jun Chen

    Advanced Materials 2015 27 (42), 6702-6707

  • Zhian Zhang, Xing Yang, Yun Fu, Ke Du

    Journal of Power Sources 2015 296, 2-9

  • Yuesheng Wang, Linqin Mu, Jue Liu, Zhenzhong Yang, Xiqian Yu, Lin Gu, Yong-Sheng Hu, Hong Li, Xiao-Qing Yang, Liquan Chen, Xuejie Huang

    Advanced Energy Materials 2015 5 (22), 1501005

  • Yong-Ni Li, Jing Su, Xiao-Yan Lv, Yun-Fei Long, Yan-Xuan Wen

    Electrochimica Acta 2015 182, 596-603

  • Federico Bella, Francesca Colò, Jijeesh R. Nair, Claudio Gerbaldi

    ChemSusChem 2015 8 (21), 3668-3676

  • Wei Li, Min Zhou, Haomiao Li, Kangli Wang, Shijie Cheng, Kai Jiang

    Electrochemistry Communications 2015 60, 74-77

  • Peilei Yang, Chaoyang Zhang, Malin Li, Xu Yang, Chunzhong Wang, Xiaofei Bie, Yingjin Wei, Gang Chen, Fei Du

    ChemPhysChem 2015 16 (16), 3-3412

  • Pengxian Han, Xiaoqi Han, Jianhua Yao, Lixue Zhang, Xiaoyan Cao, Changshui Huang, Gunglei Cui

    Journal of Power Sources 2015 297, 457-463

  • Ezequiel de la Llave, Valentina Borgel, Ella Zinigrad, Frederick-Francois Chesneau, Pascal Hartmann, Yang-Kook Sun, Doron Aurbach

    Israel Journal of Chemistry 2015 55 (11-12), 1260-1274

  • Maria Kalapsazova, Gregorio F. Ortiz, Jose L. Tirado, Oleksandr Dolotko, Ekaterina Zhecheva, Diana Nihtianova, Lyuben Mihaylov, Radostina Stoyanova

    ChemPlusChem 2015 80 (11), 1642-1656

  • M. Veerababu, U.V. Varadaraju, R. Kothandaraman

    International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 2015 40 (43), 14925-14931

  • Hongkuan Wang, Xueping Gao, Jinkui Feng, Shenglin Xiong

    Electrochimica Acta 2015 182, 769-774

  • Shinichi Komaba, Tatsuya Hasegawa, Mouad Dahbi, Kei Kubota

    Electrochemistry Communications 2015 60, 172-175

  • You Na Ko, Yun Chan Kang

    Carbon 2015 94, 85-90

  • Debasmita Dwibedi, Prabeer Barpanda

    Transactions of the Indian Ceramic Society 2015 74 (4), 191-194

  • Yongjin Fang, Lifen Xiao, Xinping Ai, Yuliang Cao, Hanxi Yang

    Advanced Materials 2015 27 (39), 5895-5900

  • Liying Liang, Yang Xu, Xin Wang, Chengliang Wang, Min Zhou, Qun Fu, Minghong Wu, Yong Lei

    Journal of Power Sources 2015 294, 193-200

  • John Collins, Gerald Gourdin, Michelle Foster, Deyang Qu

    Carbon 2015 92, 193-244

  • Yeolmae Yeo, Ji-Won Jung, Kyusung Park, Il-Doo Kim

    Scientific Reports 2015 5, 13862

  • Xiuqiang Xie, Shuangqiang Chen, Bing Sun, Chengyin Wang, Guoxiu Wang

    ChemSusChem 2015 8 (17), 2948-2955

  • Xingde Xiang, Kai Zhang, Jun Chen

    Advanced Materials 2015 27 (36), 5343-5364

  • Zhiping Song, Yumin Qian, Tao Zhang, Minoru Otani, Haoshen Zhou

    Advanced Science 2015 2 (9), 1500124

  • A.J. Fernández-Ropero, D. Saurel, B. Acebedo, T. Rojo, M. Casas-Cabanas

    Journal of Power Sources 2015 291, 40-45

  • Robert C. Massé, Evan Uchaker, Guozhong Cao

    Science China Materials 2015 58 (9), 715-766

  • Yeqian Ge, Jiadeng Zhu, Yao Lu, Chen Chen, Yiping Qiu, Xiangwu Zhang

    Electrochimica Acta 2015 176, 989-996

  • Marcus Fehse, Lorenzo Stievano

    2015, 131-176

  • D. Muller-Bouvet, R. Baddour-Hadjean, M. Tanabe, L.T.N. Huynh, M.L.P. Le, J.P. Pereira-Ramos

    Electrochimica Acta 2015 176, 586-593

  • Xiulin Fan, Jianfeng Mao, Yujie Zhu, Chao Luo, Liumin Suo, Tao Gao, Fudong Han, Sz-Chian Liou, Chunsheng Wang

    Advanced Energy Materials 2015 5 (18), 1500174

  • Zhian Zhang, Xingxing Zhao, Jie Li

    Electrochimica Acta 2015 176, 1296-1301

  • Zelang Jian, Vadivukarasi Raju, Zhifei Li, Zhenyu Xing, Yong-Sheng Hu, Xiulei Ji

    Advanced Functional Materials 2015 25 (36), 5778-5785

  • Haegyeom Kim, Eunho Lim, Changshin Jo, Gabin Yoon, Jongkook Hwang, Sanha Jeong, Jinwoo Lee, Kisuk Kang

    Nano Energy 2015 16, 62-70

  • Yuruo Qi, Linqin Mu, Junmei Zhao, Yong-Sheng Hu, Huizhou Liu, Sheng Dai

    Angewandte Chemie International Edition 2015 54 (34), 9911-9916

  • Wataru Kobayashi, Akemi Kinoshita, Yutaka Moritomo

    Applied Physics Letters 2015 107 (7), 073906

  • Yuruo Qi, Linqin Mu, Junmei Zhao, Yong-Sheng Hu, Huizhou Liu, Sheng Dai

    Angewandte Chemie 2015 127 (34), 10049-10054

  • Yongchang Liu, Ning Zhang, Hongyan Kang, Minghui Shang, Lifang Jiao, Jun Chen

    Chemistry - A European Journal 2015 21 (33), 11878-11884

  • Francesca Colò, Federico Bella, Jijeesh R. Nair, Matteo Destro, Claudio Gerbaldi

    Electrochimica Acta 2015 174, 185-190

  • Steffen Hartung, Nicolas Bucher, Ramona Bucher, Madhavi Srinivasan

    Review of Scientific Instruments 2015 86 (8), 086102

  • Masahiro Shimizu, Hiroyuki Usui, Kohei Fujiwara, Kazuya Yamane, Hiroki Sakaguchi

    Journal of Alloys and Compounds 2015 640, 440-443

  • Wei Qin, Taiqiang Chen, Bingwen Hu, Zhuo Sun, Likun Pan

    Electrochimica Acta 2015 173, 193-199

  • Evan Uchaker, Guozhong Cao

    Chemistry - An Asian Journal 2015 10 (8), 1608-1617

  • Huan Pang, Yi-Zhou Zhang, Zhen Run, Wen-Yong Lai, Wei Huang

    Nano Energy 2015 ,

  • Ivana Hasa, Roberta Verrelli, Jusef Hassoun

    Electrochimica Acta 2015 173, 613-618

  • Jialiang Tang, Arthur D Dysart, Vilas G Pol

    Current Opinion in Chemical Engineering 2015 9, 34-41

  • Tuhin Subhra Sahu, Sagar Mitra

    Scientific Reports 2015 5, 12571

  • Yang Xu, Min Zhou, Xin Wang, Chengliang Wang, Liying Liang, Fabian Grote, Minghong Wu, Yan Mi, Yong Lei

    Angewandte Chemie 2015 127 (30), 8892-8895

  • Yang Xu, Min Zhou, Xin Wang, Chengliang Wang, Liying Liang, Fabian Grote, Minghong Wu, Yan Mi, Yong Lei

    Angewandte Chemie International Edition 2015 54 (30), 8768-8771

  • Zhensheng Hong, Kaiqiang Zhou, Zhigao Huang, Mingdeng Wei

    Scientific Reports 2015 5, 11960

  • So Yubuchi, Akitoshi Hayashi, Masahiro Tatsumisago

    Chemistry Letters 2015 44 (7), 884-886

  • Songping Wu, Rongyun Ge, Mingjia Lu, Rui Xu, Zhen Zhang

    Nano Energy 2015 15, 379-405

  • Majid Mortazavi, Qiongjie Ye, Nick Birbilis, Nikhil V. Medhekar

    Journal of Power Sources 2015 285, 29-36

  • Xianyong Wu, Mengying Sun, Simin Guo, Jiangfeng Qian, Yong Liu, Yuliang Cao, Xinping Ai, Hanxi Yang

    ChemNanoMat 2015 1 (3), 188-193

  • Xinghao Lin, Yanming Zhao, Youzhong Dong, Quan Kuang, Zhiyong Liang, Danlin Yan, Xudong Liu

    Materials Science and Engineering: B 2015 197, 58-66

  • Young Hwa Jung, Ane S. Christiansen, Rune E. Johnsen, Poul Norby, Do Kyung Kim

    Advanced Functional Materials 2015 25 (21), 3227-3237

  • Yi Zhao, Chao Wei, Shengnan Sun, Luyuan Paul Wang, Zhichuan J. Xu

    Advanced Science 2015 2 (6), 1500097

  • Jinkui Feng, Zhen Zhang, Lifei Li, Jian Yang, Shenglin Xiong, Yitai Qian

    Journal of Power Sources 2015 284, 222-226

  • Yunming Li, Zhenzhong Yang, Shuyin Xu, Linqin Mu, Lin Gu, Yong-Sheng Hu, Hong Li, Liquan Chen

    Advanced Science 2015 2 (6), 1500031

  • Hongshuai Hou, Mingjun Jing, Yingchang Yang, Yan Zhang, Weixin Song, Xuming Yang, Jun Chen, Qiyuan Chen, Xiaobo Ji

    Journal of Power Sources 2015 284, 227-235

  • A. Ponrouch, M.R. Palacín

    Electrochemistry Communications 2015 54, 51-54

  • Yujie Zhu, Liumin Suo, Tao Gao, Xiulin Fan, Fudong Han, Chunsheng Wang

    Electrochemistry Communications 2015 54, 18-22

  • Yuesheng Wang, Ruijuan Xiao, Yong-Sheng Hu, Maxim Avdeev, Liquan Chen

    Nature Communications 2015 6, 6954

  • Hua Wang, Pengfei Hu, Jie Yang, Guangming Gong, Lin Guo, Xiaodong Chen

    Advanced Materials 2015 27 (14), 2348-2354

  • Fang Wan, Xing-Long Wu, Jin-Zhi Guo, Jin-Yue Li, Jing-Ping Zhang, Li Niu, Rong-Shun Wang

    Nano Energy 2015 13, 450-457

  • Zhi-Jia Zhang, Yun-Xiao Wang, Shu-Lei Chou, Hui-Jun Li, Hua-Kun Liu, Jia-Zhao Wang

    Journal of Power Sources 2015 280, 107-113

  • Ji-Li Yue, Yong-Ning Zhou, Si-Qi Shi, Zulipiya Shadike, Xuan-Qi Huang, Jun Luo, Zhen-Zhong Yang, Hong Li, Lin Gu, Xiao-Qing Yang, Zheng-Wen Fu

    Scientific Reports 2015 5, 8810

  • Xu-Feng Luo, Cheng-Hsien Yang, Jeng-Kuei Chang

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 3 (33), 17282-17289

  • Xudong Zhang, Xiaolong Xu, Wen He, Guihua Yang, Jianxing Shen, Jinhua Liu, Qinze Liu

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 3 (44), 22247-22257

  • Jia Ding, Zhi Li, Huanlei Wang, Kai Cui, Alireza Kohandehghan, Xuehai Tan, Dimitre Karpuzov, David Mitlin

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 3 (13), 7100-7111

  • Yan Zhang, Xuli Pu, Yingchang Yang, Yirong Zhu, Hongshuai Hou, Mingjun Jing, Xuming Yang, Jun Chen, Xiaobo Ji

    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2015 17 (24), 15764-15770

  • James C. Knight, Soosairaj Therese, Arumugam Manthiram

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 ,

  • B. W. Byles, P. West, D. A. Cullen, K. L. More, E. Pomerantseva

    RSC Adv. 2015 5 (128), 106265-106271

  • James C. Knight, Arumugam Manthiram

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 3 (44), 22199-22207

  • Yubao Zhao, Arumugam Manthiram

    Chem. Commun. 2015 51 (67), 13205-13208

  • Yi Zhao, Zhenxing Feng, Zhichuan J. Xu

    Nanoscale 2015 7 (21), 9-9525

  • Xuming Yang, Chao Wang, Yingchang Yang, Yan Zhang, Xinnan Jia, Jun Chen, Xiaobo Ji

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 3 (16), 8800-8807

  • Long Fan, Jingjing Zhang, Jianhua Cui, Yongchun Zhu, Jianwen Liang, Lili Wang, Yitai Qian

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 3 (7), 3276-3280

  • Qiu-Ran Yang, Wei-Jie Li, Shu-Lei Chou, Jia-Zhao Wang, Hua-Kun Liu

    RSC Adv. 2015 5 (98), 80536-80541

  • Ivana Hasa, Stefano Passerini, Jusef Hassoun

    RSC Adv. 2015 5 (60), 48928-48934

  • Donghee Chang, Hua Huo, Karen E. Johnston, Michel Ménétrier, Laure Monconduit, Clare P. Grey, Anton Van der Ven

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 3 (37), 18928-18943

  • Zhen-guo Wu, Yan-jun Zhong, Jie Liu, Jiao-hong Wu, Xiao-dong Guo, Ben-he Zhong, Zhi-ye Zhang

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 3 (18), 10092-10099

  • W. H. Kan, A. Huq, A. Manthiram

    Chem. Commun. 2015 51 (52), 10447-10450

  • Hyungsub Kim, Gabin Yoon, hul Park, Kyu-Young Park, Byungju Lee, Jongsoon Kim, Young-Uk Park, Sung-Kyun Jung, Hee-Dae Lim, Docheon Ahn, Seongsu Lee, Kisuk Kang

    Energy Environ. Sci. 2015 8 (11), 3325-3335

  • Guang He, Longjun Li, Arumugam Manthiram

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 3 (28), 14750-14758

  • Jianfeng Mao, Chao Luo, Tao Gao, Xiulin Fan, Chunsheng Wang

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 3 (19), 10378-10385

  • Xin Liu, Zhiwei Li, Hailong Fei, Mingdeng Wei

    Dalton Trans. 2015 44 (43), 18864-18869

  • Yan Zhang, Yingchang Yang, Hongshuai Hou, Xuming Yang, Jun Chen, Mingjun Jing, Xinnan Jia, Xiaobo Ji

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 3 (37), 18944-18952

  • Ji-Li Yue, Wen-Wen Yin, Ming-Hui Cao, Shadike Zulipiya, Yong-Ning Zhou, Zheng-Wen Fu

    Chem. Commun. 2015 51 (86), 15712-15715

  • Yingchun Cheng, Anmin Nie, Li-Yong Gan, Qingyun Zhang, Udo Schwingenschlögl

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 3 (38), 19483-19489

  • Qiuyue Wang, Baidan Zhao, Sen Zhang, Xiaohui Gao, Chao Deng

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 3 (15), 7732-7740

  • Hua Fan, Jiantao Kou, Dongdong Han, Ping Li, Dong Zhang, Qiao Wu, Qiang He

    RSC Adv. 2015 5 (60), 48893-48897

  • Wei Li, Min Zhou, Haomiao Li, Kangli Wang, Shijie Cheng, Kai Jiang

    Energy Environ. Sci. 2015 8 (10), 2916-2921

  • D. Marinova, V. Kostov, R. Nikolova, R. Kukeva, E. Zhecheva, M. Sendova-Vasileva, R. Stoyanova

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 3 (44), 22287-22299

  • Jian Liu, Mohammad N. Banis, Biwei Xiao, Qian Sun, Andrew Lushington, Ruying Li, Jinghua Guo, Tsun-Kong Sham, Xueliang Sun

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 3 (48), 24281-24288

  • Zelang Jian, Yang Sun, Xiulei Ji

    Chem. Commun. 2015 51 (29), 6381-6383

  • Jinkui Feng, Lijie Ci, Shenglin Xiong

    RSC Adv. 2015 5 (117), 96649-96652

  • Ping-chun Tsai, Sai-Cheong Chung, Shih-kang Lin, Atsuo Yamada

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 3 (18), 9763-9768

  • Min Zhou, Wei Li, Tiantian Gu, Kangli Wang, Shijie Cheng, Kai Jiang

    Chem. Commun. 2015 51 (76), 14354-14356

  • Ali Jahel, Camélia Matei Ghimbeu, Ali Darwiche, Loïc Vidal, Samar Hajjar-Garreau, Cathie Vix-Guterl, Laure Monconduit

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 3 (22), 11960-11969

  • Qiulong Wei, Jin Liu, Wei Feng, Jinzhi Sheng, Xiaocong Tian, Liang He, Qinyou An, Liqiang Mai

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 3 (15), 8070-8075

  • Xiuqiang Xie, Dawei Su, Jinqiang Zhang, Shuangqiang Chen, Anjon Kumar Mondal, Guoxiu Wang

    Nanoscale 2015 7 (7), 3164-3172

  • Xuefeng Wang, Yurui Gao, Xi Shen, Yejing Li, Qingyu Kong, Sungsik Lee, Zhaoxiang Wang, Richeng Yu, Yong-Sheng Hu, Liquan Chen

    Energy Environ. Sci. 2015 8 (9), 2753-2759

  • Nano Energy 2015,

  • Hongshuai Hou, Mingjun Jing, Yan Zhang, Jun Chen, Zhaodong Huang, Xiaobo Ji

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 3 (34), 17549-17552

  • Dongdong Li, Lei Zhang, Hongbin Chen, Liang-xin Ding, Suqing Wang, Haihui Wang

    Chem. Commun. 2015 51 (89), 16045-16048

  • Feipeng Zhao, Na Han, Wenjing Huang, Jiaojiao Li, Hualin Ye, Fengjiao Chen, Yanguang Li

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 3 (43), 21754-21759

  • X. F. Zhou, W. Cheng, R. G. Compton

    Nanoscale 2015 7 (38), 15719-15726

  • Ji-Li Yue, Yong-Ning Zhou, Xiqian Yu, Seong-Min Bak, Xiao-Qing Yang, Zheng-Wen Fu

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 3 (46), 23261-23267

  • Monica Sawicki, Leon L. Shaw

    RSC Adv. 2015 5 (65), 53129-53154

  • Debasmita Dwibedi, Rafael B. Araujo, Sudip Chakraborty, Pradeep P. Shanbogh, Nalini G. Sundaram, Rajeev Ahuja, Prabeer Barpanda

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 3 (36), 18564-18571

  • Haomiao Li, Kangli Wang, Wei Li, Shijie Cheng, Kai Jiang

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 3 (32), 16495-16500

  • Hongyan Kang, Yongchang Liu, Kangzhe Cao, Yan Zhao, Lifang Jiao, Yijing Wang, Huatang Yuan

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 3 (35), 17899-17913

  • Kieu My Bui, Van An Dinh, Susumu Okada, Takahisa Ohno

    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2015 17 (45), 30433-30439

  • Elahe Talaie, Victor Duffort, Hillary L. Smith, Brent Fultz, Linda F. Nazar

    Energy Environ. Sci. 2015 8 (8), 2512-2523

  • V. Palomares, P. Serras, H. E. A. Brand, T. Rojo, N. Sharma

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 3 (45), 23017-23027

  • Junmei Zhao, Linqin Mu, Yuruo Qi, Yong-Sheng Hu, Huizhou Liu, Sheng Dai

    Chem. Commun. 2015 51 (33), 7160-7163

  • Yuping Zhang, Lin Guo, Shihe Yang

    Nanoscale 2015 7 (35), 14618-14626

  • Luyuan Paul Wang, Linghui Yu, Xin Wang, Madhavi Srinivasan, Zhichuan J. Xu

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 3 (18), 9353-9378

  • Xiaoyan Wu, Jie Ma, Qidi Ma, Shuyin Xu, Yong-Sheng Hu, Young Sun, Hong Li, Liquan Chen, Xuejie Huang

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 3 (25), 13193-13197

  • Kai Zhu, Shaohua Guo, Jin Yi, Songyan Bai, Yingjin Wei, Gang Chen, Haoshen Zhou

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 3 (44), 22012-22016

  • Gongzheng Yang, Huawei Song, Mingmei Wu, Chengxin Wang

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 3 (36), 18718-18726

  • Joshua A. Hill, Andrew B. Cairns, Jared J. K. Lim, Simon J. Cassidy, Simon J. Clarke, Andrew L. Goodwin

    CrystEngComm 2015 17 (15), 2925-2928

  • Zhensheng Hong, Kaiqiang Zhou, Junwen Zhang, Zhigao Huang, Mingdeng Wei

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 3 (33), 17412-17416

  • Hongshuai Hou, Mingjun Jing, Yingchang Yang, Yan Zhang, Yirong Zhu, Weixin Song, Xuming Yang, Xiaobo Ji

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 3 (6), 2971-2977

  • Baidan Zhao, Bo Lin, Sen Zhang, Chao Deng

    Nanoscale 2015 7 (44), 18552-18560

  • Juner Chen, Zhenguo Huang, Caiyun Wang, Spencer Porter, Baofeng Wang, Wilford Lie, Hua Kun Liu

    Chem. Commun. 2015 51 (48), 9809-9812

  • B. Venkata Rami Reddy, R. Ravikumar, C. Nithya, S. Gopukumar

    J. Mater. Chem. A 2015 3 (35), 18059-18063

  • Jung-Soo Lee, Ken Sakaushi, Markus Antonietti, Jiayin Yuan

    RSC Adv. 2015 5 (104), 85517-85522

  • Electrochimica Acta ,

  • Article by ArticleForge

    High school baseball box scores

    CHELMSFORD 12, LOWELL 6

    Chelmsford -- Aronian rf 4-2-1, Zaher ss 4-3-3, Parnell ss 1-0-0, Doherty lf 4-1-1, Baraldi lf 0-0-0, Harrington dh 3-2-2, Tice 1b 3-0-1, Mauti c 3-2-2, Varley-Barrett 3b 3-0-1, Clancy 3b 0-0-0, Omobono 2b 4-1-2, Gennaro cf 4-1-1. Totals: 33-12-14.

    Lowell -- Donovan c 3-0-1, Silva c 1-0-0, Reed cf 2-1-0, O'Connor cf 1-0-0, Tulley p-3b 1-0-0, Noel 3b 1-0-1, Ricoy 1b 3-0-0, Tingas ph 1-1-1, Gens dh 2-1-1, Marasa rf 2-1-2, Roberge lf 3-1-2, Daly ss 3-0-1, Edwards 2b 2-0-0, Corcoran ph 1-0-0. Totals: 26-6-9.

    Chelmsford 421 230 0 -- 12

    Lowell 200 004 0 -- 6

    RBI: Harrington 3, Zaher 2, Mauti 2, Tice 2, Doherty 1, Varley-Barrett 1, Omobono 1. 2B: Zaher, Noel, Roberge. 3B: Zaher. HR: Mauti 91). WP: Kyle O'Neil (2-1) 6ip 8h 6r 6er 5bb 2k. LP: Matt Tulley (1-1). Records: Chelmsford 3-4, 2-2 MVC 1; Lowell 3-4, 2-2 MVC 1.

    DRACUT 12, BILLERICA 3

    Billerica -- Higgins cf 2-0-0, Vereker c 3-2-2, Cole c 1-0-0, Elmore p 4-0-1, Desantis 1b 4-0-2, Perrone lf 3-0-0, Ripa lf 1-0-0, Fulgoni dh 3-0-1, Frawley rf 2-0-0, Hansen 2b 3-0-0, Zarro ss 3-1-1. Totals: 29-3-7

    Dracut -- Barbosa ss 3-3-2, Parent lf 5-1-4, Adie cf 2-1-1, Malonis cf 1-0-0, Maladrino 3b 5-1-2, Sweeney p 4-1-1, Silva 2b 3-0-1, Bergeron c 4-1-1, Monbleau 1b 3-2-1, Taylor rf 3-2-2. Totals: 33-12-15

    Billerica 000 010 2 -- 3

    Dracut 700 023 x -- 12

    WP: Casey Sweeney 6ip, 5h, 1r, 1er, 2bb, 6k. LP: Elmore. 3B: D, Barbosa. 2B: D, Bergeron, Taylor.

    RBI: B, Desantis 2, Vereker; D, Parent 4, Maladrino 2, Monbleau 2, Barbosa, Bergeron. Records: Dracut 7-1, Billerica 1-4

    BURLINGTON 12, BELMONT 5

    Burlington -- Tait 1b 5-3-3, Sullivan ss 2-3-1, Yeadon cf 5-1-3, Shields rf 4-1-1, Moran 3b 5-0-2, Judge dh 3-1-1, Casteluccio lf 1-1-0, Arsenault c 3-1-1, Pessotti c 1-1-0, Terrieau 2b 3-0-0, Rubino 2b 1-0-1, McAnespie p 0-0-0. Totals: 33-12-13

    Belmont -- Ferraro cf 3-0-2, McNamara p 4-1-1, Brown c 3-2-1, Colting ss 3-1-1, Nichols lf 3-1-2, Stratford 1b 4-0-0, Powers rf 2-0-0, Meyers 2b 4-0-1, Smith lf 3-0-0. Totals: 29-5-8

    Burlington 002 109 0 -- 12

    Belmont 300 020 0 -- 5

    WP: Jeff Judge 2ip. HR: Bel, McNamara, Colting. 3B: Bur, Yeadon, Shields. 2B: Bur, Moran. RBI: Bur, Yeadon 5, Shields 2, Tait 2. Records: Burlington 4-3 (4-2 Middlesex League), Belmont (3-3).

    ALGONQUIN 10, NORTH MIDDLESEX 5

    Algonquin Regional -- McGinnity cf 4-2-1, Buzzell 3b 3-2-1, Vin. Kozica lf 3-2-1, Carens p 3-0-1, Evans rf 3-1-1, Stir ph 1-0-0, Reynolds ss 3-0-1, Vic. Kozica dh 3-0-0, Nisbet ph 1-0-0, Turner 1b 3-2-1, Officer 2b 4-1-2. Totals: 31-10-9

    North Middlesex -- Marciano ss 4-1-3, Milliken lf 3-0-0, Foley ph 0-0-0, Canning c 4-1-1, Tenore cf 4-2-3, Cole rf 4-0-1, Clarke 1b 3-1-2, Russell 2b 3-0-1, Goulding 3b 3-0-0, Reed p 0-0-0, Roberts p 1-0-0, Carviello ph-3b 2-0-0. Totals: 31-5-11

    Algonquin 310 102 3 -- 10

    North Middlesex 000 230 0 -- 5

    WP: Turner 2ip. LP: Matt Russell 2 ip. 3B: A, Vin. Kozica, Evans; NM, Canning, Cole. 2B: NM, Marciano, Tenore, Clarke. RBI: NM, Russell 2, Cole, Tenore, Canning. Records: Algonquin 6-2, North Middlesex 2-4

    AYER 2, MURDOCK 0

    Ayer -- Carroll p 3-0-0, Graham c 3-0-0, Goss pr 0-1-0, Sargent 1b 3-0-0, Sallette 3b 3-0-1, Comerford lf 3-1-0, Snyder rf 2-0-1, Larter 2b 2-0-0, Calabrese ss 1-0-0, Ford ph 1-0-0, Coulter cf 2-0-0. Totals: 23-2-2

    Murdock -- Anders cf 3-0-0, O'Connor 2b 1-0-0, Polcari p 3-0-1, Cash c 3-0-0, Ledge 3b 3-0-1, Ridge dh 2-0-0, Dayton 1b 3-0-0, Paxton lf 3-0-0, Taylor ss 2-0-0, Zakanf rf 0-0-0. Totals: 23-0-2

    Ayer 000 010 1 -- 2

    Murdock 000 000 0 -- 0

    WP: Ryan Carroll 7ip, 2h, 0r, 3bb, 12 k. LP: Polcari. RBI: A, Sallette, Snyder. Records: Ayer 1-3, Murdock 0-5.

    MONADNOCK 6, PELHAM 5

    (8 innings)

    Pelham -- Luciano cf 4-1-2, Vaiknoras ss 4-0-0, Moran 1b 4-1-3, Roussel dh 3-0-0, Couillard p 3-0-0, Cann ph 1-0-0, Sage c 3-2-2, Robidoux 3b 4-0-0, Bronson lf 1-0-0, DeFranzo 2b 2-1-0. Totals: 29-5-7.

    Monadnock -- Gonzalez 2b 3-1-1, Woups ph 1-0-0, Murray ss 3-2-0, Lotito ph 1-1-1, Crotto 1b 3-1-2, Borden c 4-0-1, Walsh rf 4-0-2, Rebner dh 2-0-0, Baumgartner 3b 3-0-0, Ball cf 4-0-2, Kitterman lf 2-1-0. Totals: 30-6-9.

    Pelham 002 201 00 -- 5

    Monadnock 220 000 11 -- 6

    RBI: P, Luciano 2, Moran 2, DeFranzo; M, Crotto 2, Borden, Walsh, Baumgartner, Ball. WP: Murray 3ip 1k 4bb 1h 1r 1er. LP: Bronson 7ip 3k 2bb 7h 2r 2er. Record: Pelham 0-5.

    NASHOBA REGIONAL 8,

    GROTON-DUNSTABLE 1

    Nashoba Regional -- Cushion cf 4-2-1, Julian rf 4-1-0, Cacciatore p 4-1-0, C. Wyand 1b 4-2-1, Butler dh 4-0-3, Pieper 3b 4-0-0, King c 4-0-1, Cressman 2b 4-0-0, McGillicuddy ss 3-2-1, Bailey lf 0-0-0. Totals: 35-8-7

    Groton-Dunstable -- Vultaggio rf 4-0-0, Flanagan dh 3-0-1, DiGrazia c 3-0-0, Fotino cf 3-0-0, Calderan lf 3-0-0, Dzwonek 1b 3-0-0, Denomme 3b 2-0-0, Ierardi 2b 3-1-0, Wilkinson ss 3-0-2, Shaw p 0-0-0, Morgida ph 1-0-0. Totals: 28-1-3

    Nashoba Regional 300 031 1 -- 8

    Groton-Dunstable 000 010 0 -- 1

    WP: Chris Cacciatore 7ip, 3h, 1r, 0er, 3bb, 8k. LP: Travis Shaw 6ip, 6h, 8r, 3er, 3bb, 5k. 3B: N, Butler. 2B: N, Piper, Cressman. RBI: N, Butler 4, Cushion, Caciatore, Piper, King. Records: Nashoba 5-3 (2-1 Mid-Wach C), Groton-Dunstable 2-4 (1-2)

    ALVIRNE 9, MANCHESTER WEST 4

    Alvirne -- Lessard cf 2-3-1, C. Houle ss 5-1-1, Brun lf 2-2-0, Radziewicz c 3-1-2, Russo rfp 4-0-1, R. Houle 1-0-0, Terrill 3b 4-0-1, Coleman 2b 2-1-2, Hurley 1b 3-0-1, Teague pr 0-1-0, Webster dh 4-0-1, Falcone p 0-0-0, MacDonald p 0-0-0, Burris rf 0-0-0. Totals: 30-9-10.

    Manchester West -- Bukowski cf 4-1-0, Laferriere dh 3-1-1, Case c 0-0-0, Bouchard c 0-0-0, Lessard rf 2-0-0, Tonas ss 3-0-1, Barrassa 1b 4-0-1, Knoefig 2b 4-1-2, Boudreau 3b 3-0-1, Harty lf 2-1-0, Welch p 2-0-0, Boisvert p 1-0-0. Totals: 28-4-6.

    Alvirne 200 204 1 -- 9

    Manchester W. 001 300 0 -- 4

    RBI: A, Lessard 1, C. Houle 2, Radziewicz 2, Terrill 2; MW, Tonas 1. 2B: A, Hurley. WP: Tyler MacDonald (1-0) 3.1ip 0r 2h 1k 0bb. LP: Clayton Welch. Records: Alvirne 3-3, Manchester West 1-5.

    ACTON-BOXBORO 5, WALTHAM 1

    Waltham -- Coviello c 3-0-0, Hanley 3b 1-1-0, Colon ss 3-0-2, Carnes p 3-0-0, Whittier 2b 2-0-1, Giorgianni cf 3-0-0, Pollucci 1b 2-0-0, Corapi rf 2-0-0, Micco lf 2-0-0. Totals: 21-1-3.

    Acton-Boxboro -- Santilli 1b 4-3-2, Duquette lf 3-2-2, Northrup ss 3-0-3, Murphy 3b 3-0-0, Sikalis dh 3-0-1, Sweet rf 2-0-0, Bowler c 3-0-1, Larsen 2b 3-0-0, Tejeda rf 3-0-0, Ambrose p 0-0-0. Totals: 26-5-9.

    Waltham 000 000 1 -- 1

    Acton-Boxboro 120 101 x -- 5

    RBI: AB, Northrup 4, Sikalis 1. W, Whittier 1. 2B: Santilli, Northrup, Colon. SF: Whittier. WP: Whitney Ambrose (3-0) 7ip 3h 1r 1er 2bb 9k. LP: Dylan Carnes 6ip 9h 5r 5er 2bb 5k. Record: Acton-Boxboro 4-2, 1-1 DCL Large; Waltham 1-6, 0-2 DCL Large.

    NASHOBA TECH 6,

    RKER SCHOOL 0

    Nashoba Tech -- Sanchez ss 4-2-3, Joyce rf 4-2-3, Kilbride cf 4-1-2, Davis 1b-p 4-0-0, Tremblay c 2-0-0, Murray lf 4-1-1, Boutilier p-2b 3-0-2, Callahan 2b 2-0-0, Michaud 3b 2-0-0. Totals: 29-6-11.

    Parker Charter School -- Ashe p 3-0-1, White 1b 3-0-0, Bestow ss 3-0-0, Gagnon dh 2-0-0, Pierce cf 3-0-0, Teppe c 2-0-0, Amici lf 2-0-0, Kelly 3b 2-0-0, Richards 3b 1-0-0, Mayden 2b 2-0-1. Totals: 23-0-2.

    Nashoba 102 012 0 -- 6

    Parker 000 000 0 -- 0

    RBI: NT, Joyce 2, Kilbride 1, Boutilier 1, Callahan 1. 2B: Boutilier. 3B: Sanchez 2, Joyce, Kilbride. WP: Matt Boutilier (1-0) 4.2ip 1h 0r 0er 3bb 4k. Save: Adam Davis 2,1ip 1h 0r 0er 1bb 2k. LP: Ashe. Records: Nashoba Tech 5-2, 3-1 CAL; Parker Charter 1-3, 1-3 CAL.

    Article by ArticleForge

    Hyponatremia in the intensive care unit: How to avoid a Zugzwang situation?

    First of all, it should be kept in mind that hypovolemia, irrespective of its cause, is a powerful inductor of AVP release so that any concomitant input of hypotonic fluids is bound to generate hyponatremia. In other word, hyponatremia is likely to be both “dilutional” and “depletional” even in the face of overt sodium wasting and these terms should be abandoned.

    Broadly speaking, patients can be categorized either as having sodium losses via the kidney (diuretics, adrenal insufficiency, salt-wasting nephropathies and the so-called cerebral salt-wasting syndrome) or through the digestive tract.

    Measuring the sodium urine concentration may provide clues to which is the route involved in sodium wasting (see Fig. 2). Typically, when hypovolemia arises from digestive losses, urinary sodium is expected to be low (<20 mmolL), as a result of secondary hyperaldosteronism. One exception to this rule is hyponatremia related to vomiting. In this case, bicarbonate urinary excretion is increased in order to counteract the state of metabolic alkalosis that results from gastric losses of hydrochloric acid. Renal excretion of sodium ensues as bicarbonaturia requires the concomitant excretion of a cation. Another caveat comes from the usage of diuretics which will increase the urinary sodium concentration rendering its interpretation challenging.

    Thiazide diuretics have carved out a preponderant position in the therapeutic arsenal against arterial hypertension thanks to clinical trials which have established their efficacy [204]. Along with their popularity thiazides have also unfortunately rose to become the leading cause of drug-induced hyponatremia [205]. Thiazide diuretics primarily act by inhibiting the transport of sodium and chloride in the distal convoluted duct and connecting segment. This impedes the lowering of the tubular fluid osmolarity to its minimum value and, consequently, reduces electrolyte-free water excretion [206, 207]. Besides hampering the tubules diluting capacity, thiazides also induce potassium depletion, another factor propitious to the development of hyponatremia, given that PNa levels are correlated to the total exchangeable potassium [10]. In other words, a contraction of the potassium pool is per se sufficient to explain the occurrence of hyponatremia, in agreement with Edelman’s equation. Finally, thiazide-induced volume depletion is mild and, in any case, delayed, so that it is not likely to be a major player in the pathogenesis of hyponatremia. At variance, loop diuretics represent a relatively infrequent cause of hyponatremia [208]. Their action is short lived allowing for repletion of sodium stores. Most of all, loop diuretics alter concentration abilities as well to dilution abilities, in contrast to thiazide diuretics which only affect the latter [207].

    If hyponatremia does not reliably predict relative adrenal insufficiency in critically ill patients [209], it is a salient feature of primary adrenal insufficiency [210, 211]. In this context, hyponatremia stems from both the loss of glucocorticoid and mineralocorticoid functions. However, hypovolemia reflects the mineralocorticoid deficiency which manifests itself by depressed levels of aldosterone and ensuing urinary sodium wasting. In these conditions, water will be maximally retained and hyponatremia will ensue.

    Cerebral salt-wasting syndrome (CSW) remains at this time a controversial entity and its very existence has fuelled debate, some authors considering this entity as a misnomer for SIADH [212]. To qualify for salt-wasting syndrome, patients must display signs of reduced extracellular volume along with inappropriate sodium losses [173, 213] in the presence of a cerebral insult, predominantly subarachnoid hemorrhage [214]. However, an inadequately elevated natriuresis and a context of a central nervous lesion are not distinctive of SIADH, so that to differentiate CSW from SIADH one has to rely on the assessment of extracellular volume, a difficult task in routine practice as previously outlined. Regarding its biological characterization, yet another caveat lies in the fact that reduced uric acid levels may be found in patients with presumed CSW, similar to SIADH, perhaps as a consequence of defective tubular reabsorption of uric acid [213, 215]. Nevertheless, studies resorting to isotopic determination of extracellular volume have hypothesized that CSW might be more prevalent in the setting of neurosurgical ICU than is SIADH [216, 217]. The pathogenesis of CSW remains elusive. Some have surmised that CNS damage caused a breakdown in the sympathetic-mediated stimulation of renin secretion by the juxtaglomerular cells, thereby leading to diminished levels of aldosterone and a reduction of sodium reabsorption in the collecting duct [218, 219]. One major shortcoming associated with this theory is that a surge in the adrenergic tone, rather than a decrease in sympathetic activity, has been reported in acute CNS disease or injury. In fact, this serves as a basis for an alternative physiopathological hypothesis to CSW; the increase in sympathetic activity may stimulate the secretion of brain natriuretic peptide (BNP) secretion by the myocardial tissue [220]. In conclusion, this diagnosis must be envisaged with caution. Its distinction with SIADH remains elusive and, in any case, hypertonic saline solution administration under strict monitoring is mandatory [212], together with tight hemodynamic and biological monitoring (PNa, natriuresis, renal function).

    Salt-wasting nephropathies encompass multiple heterogeneous and unrelated kidney diseases, most of which are anecdotal causes of hyponatremia. They include congenital obstructive uropathy [221], cisplatin-induced nephropathy [222], interstitial nephritis [223], medullary cyst disease [224] and salt-wasting tubulopathies (congenital or acquired type I pseudo-hypoaldosteronism [225], Bartter and Gitelman syndromes).



    References:


    Pass4sure Exam Study Notes
    Pass4sure Certification Exam Study Notes
    Pass4sure Certification Exam Study Notes
    Pass4sure Certification Exam Study Notes
    Pass4sure Certification Exam Study Notes
    Pass4sure Study Guides and Exam Simulator - shadowNET
    Killexams Study Guides and Exam Simulator - simepe.com.br
    Download Hottest Pass4sure Certification Exams - CSCPK
    Complete Pass4Sure Collection of Exams - BDlisting
    Latest Exam Questions and Answers - Ewerton.me
    Here you will find Real Exam Questions and Answers of every exam - dinhvihaiphong.net
    Practice questions and Cheat Sheets for Certification Exams at linuselfberg
    Study Guides, Practice questions and Cheat Sheets for Certification Exams at brondby
    Study Guides, Study Tools and Cheat Sheets for Certification Exams at assilksel.com
    Study Guides, Study Tools and Cheat Sheets for Certification Exams at brainsandgames
    Study notes to cover complete exam syllabus - crazycatladies
    Study notes, boot camp and real exam Q&A to cover complete exam syllabus - brothelowner.com
    Study notes to cover complete exam syllabus - Killexams.com
    Study Guides, Practice Exams, Questions and Answers - cederfeldt
    Study Guides, Practice Exams, Questions and Answers - chewtoysforpets
    Study Guides, Practice Exams, Questions and Answers - Cogo
    Study Guides, Practice Exams, Questions and Answers - cozashop
    Study Guides, Study Notes, Practice Test, Questions and Answers - cscentral
    Study Notes, Practice Test, Questions and Answers - diamondlabeling
    Syllabus, Study Notes, Practice Test, Questions and Answers - diamondfp
    Updated Syllabus, Study Notes, Practice Test, Questions and Answers - freshfilter.cl
    New Syllabus, Study Notes, Practice Test, Questions and Answers - ganeshdelvescovo.eu
    Syllabus, Study Notes, Practice Test, Questions and Answers - ganowebdesign.com
    Study Guides, Practice Exams, Questions and Answers - Gimlab
    Latest Study Guides, Practice Exams, Real Questions and Answers - GisPakistan
    Latest Study Guides, Practice Exams, Real Questions and Answers - Health.medicbob
    Killexams Certification Training, Q&A, Dumps - kamerainstallation.se
    Killexams Syllabus, Killexams Study Notes, Killexams Practice Test, Questions and Answers - komsilanbeagle.info
    Pass4sure Brain Dump, Study Notes, Pass4sure Practice Test, Killexams Questions and Answers - levantoupoeira
    Pass4sure Braindumps, Study Notes, Pass4sure Practice Test, Killexams Questions and Answers - mad-exploits.net
    Pass4sure Braindumps, Study Notes, Pass4sure Practice Test, Killexams Questions and Answers - manderije.nl
    Pass4sure study guides, Braindumps, Study Notes, Pass4sure Practice Test, Killexams Questions and Answers - manderije.nl
    Pass4sure Exams List - mida12.com.br
    Braindumps and Pass4sure Exams Download Links - milehighmattress
    Exams Study Guides Download Links - morganstudioonline
    Study Guides Download Links - n1estudios.com
    Pass4sure Study Guides Download Links - netclique.pt
    Killexams Exams Download Links - nrnireland.org
    Study Guides Download Links - partillerocken.com
    Certification Exams Download Links - pixelcoding
    Certificaiton Exam Braindumps Download Links - porumbeinunta
    Brain Dumps and Study Guides Links - prematurisinasce.it
    Pass4sure Brain Dumps - nicksmagic.com
    Quesitons and Answers - recuperacion-disco-duro.com
    Exam Questions and Answers with Simulator - redwest.se
    Study Guides and Exam Simulator - sarkic.com
    Pass4sure Study Guides and Exam Simulator - shadowNET
    Killexams Study Guides and Exam Simulator - simepe.com.br
    Killexams Study Guides and Exam Simulator - skinlove.nl
    Pass4Sure Study Guides and Exam Simulator - marinedubai.com/
    Pass4Sure QA and Exam Simulator - brandtsleeper/
    Pass4Sure Q&A and Exam Simulator - risingeagleproductions/
    VCE examcollection and Exam Simulator - starvinmarv/
    Collection of Certification Exam Study Guides - studyguidecourses


    Speed Marketing India (c) 2017