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Beiträge in Tagungsbänden:

T. Haunold, Ch. Rameshan, G. Rupprechter:
"SURFACE SCIENCE STUDIES OF Li AND Co3O4(111) THIN FILMS";
in: "Vienna Young Scientists Symposium", Book-of-Abstracts.com / D.I. Krebs, Gumpoldskirchen, 2019, ISBN: 978-3-9504017-9-0, S. 72 - 73.



Kurzfassung englisch:
Over the past decades, cobalt oxides have served as inexpensive key materials for many
applications. These range from heterogeneous catalysis of important oxidizing reactions (e.g. lowtemperature
CO oxidation[1, 2], preferential oxidation of CO (PROX)[3-5], Ostwald synthesis of nitric
acid by oxidation of ammonia[6], and oxidation of hydrocarbons[1, 7]), to the Fischer-Tropsch
synthesis of hydrocarbons and liquid fuels[8], and the conversion of volatile organic compounds
(VCOs)[9]. Recently, Co3O4 has also been investigated as potential anode material for Li ion
batteries (LIBs)[10, 11], featuring high theoretical discharge capacities. However, the formation of a
solid electrolyte interface (SEI) competes with reversible Li+ ion intercalation and thus reduces the
capacity of LIBs[12]. A similar behavior is observed in solid-state batteries where metallic Li anodes
are used.

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