His primary scientific interests are in Lithium, Electrolyte, Inorganic chemistry, Electrode and Analytical chemistry. His study on Lithium is covered under Ion. His work in Electrolyte tackles topics such as Graphite which are related to areas like Chemical engineering and Lithium-ion battery.
As a part of the same scientific family, Daniel P. Abraham mostly works in the field of Inorganic chemistry, focusing on Electrochemistry and, on occasion, Electrical engineering, Imide, Ionic liquid and Radiolysis. His studies deal with areas such as Cathode, Transmission electron microscopy, Lithium oxide and Scanning electron microscope as well as Analytical chemistry. Daniel P. Abraham combines subjects such as Anode and Ethylene carbonate with his study of X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy.
His primary areas of investigation include Lithium, Electrode, Electrolyte, Ion and Analytical chemistry. His work carried out in the field of Lithium brings together such families of science as Oxide, Inorganic chemistry, Transition metal, Cathode and Anode. The study incorporates disciplines such as Composite material and Silicon in addition to Electrode.
His work deals with themes such as Graphite, Lithium-ion battery and Chemical engineering, which intersect with Electrolyte. His Ion study incorporates themes from Battery, Fast charging, Characterization, Optoelectronics and Energy storage. In Analytical chemistry, Daniel P. Abraham works on issues like Carbon, which are connected to Surface modification.
Daniel P. Abraham mostly deals with Lithium, Ion, Electrode, Analytical chemistry and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. His research integrates issues of Battery, Anode and Silicon in his study of Lithium. His Ion research includes themes of Inorganic chemistry, Fast charging and Chemical engineering.
His Electrode research includes elements of Graphite and Optoelectronics. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Analytical chemistry, Electrode potential is strongly linked to Standard electrode potential. His X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Auger electron spectroscopy, Oxide and Transition metal.
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Surface Characterization of Electrodes from High Power Lithium-Ion Batteries
A. M. Andersson;A. M. Andersson;D. P. Abraham;R. Haasch;S. MacLaren.
Journal of The Electrochemical Society (2002)
A new look at the solid electrolyte interphase on graphite anodes in Li-ion batteries
Kristina Edström;Marie Herstedt;Daniel P. Abraham.
Journal of Power Sources (2006)
Lithium Ion Battery Graphite Solid Electrolyte Interphase Revealed by Microscopy and Spectroscopy
Mengyun Nie;Dinesh Chalasani;Daniel P. Abraham;Yanjing Chen.
Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2013)
Differential voltage analyses of high-power, lithium-ion cells: 1. Technique and application
Ira Bloom;Andrew N. Jansen;Daniel P. Abraham;Jamie Knuth.
Journal of Power Sources (2005)
Surface changes on LiNi0.8Co0.2O2 particles during testing of high-power lithium-ion cells
D.P Abraham;R.D Twesten;M Balasubramanian;I Petrov.
Electrochemistry Communications (2002)
Layered Li(Ni0.5−xMn0.5−xM2x′)O2 (M′=Co, Al, Ti; x=0, 0.025) cathode materials for Li-ion rechargeable batteries
S.-H Kang;J Kim;M.E Stoll;D Abraham.
Journal of Power Sources (2002)
Transition Metal Dissolution, Ion Migration, Electrocatalytic Reduction and Capacity Loss in Lithium-Ion Full Cells
James A. Gilbert;Ilya A. Shkrob;Daniel P. Abraham.
Journal of The Electrochemical Society (2017)
Observation of Microstructural Evolution in Li Battery Cathode Oxide Particles by In Situ Electron Microscopy
Dean J. Miller;Christian Proff;J. G. Wen;Daniel P. Abraham.
Advanced Energy Materials (2013)
Microscopy and Spectroscopy of Lithium Nickel Oxide-Based Particles Used in High Power Lithium-Ion Cells
D Abraham;R D. Twesten;Mahalingam Balasubramanian;J Kropf.
Journal of The Electrochemical Society (2003)
Unraveling the Voltage-Fade Mechanism in High-Energy-Density Lithium-Ion Batteries: Origin of the Tetrahedral Cations for Spinel Conversion
Debasish Mohanty;Jianlin Li;Daniel P. Abraham;Ashfia Huq.
Chemistry of Materials (2014)
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