His primary areas of investigation include Inorganic chemistry, Lithium, Analytical chemistry, X-ray absorption spectroscopy and Absorption spectroscopy. His Inorganic chemistry research incorporates themes from Manganese, Electrolyte, Catalysis, Metal and Electrochemistry. His study in Lithium is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Oxide, Nickel, Transition metal, Cathode and Iron oxide.
His Analytical chemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ion and Voltage. His Ion study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Graphite, Anode, Chemical engineering and Phosphor. In his research on the topic of X-ray absorption spectroscopy, Extended X-ray absorption fine structure, Nanotechnology, Boron nitride, Carbon nanotube and Nanomaterials is strongly related with XANES.
Mahalingam Balasubramanian spends much of his time researching Inorganic chemistry, Analytical chemistry, Lithium, Cathode and Ion. Mahalingam Balasubramanian has included themes like Electrolyte, Electrochemistry and Catalysis, Oxidation state in his Inorganic chemistry study. His Analytical chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in XANES and Absorption.
He studied Lithium and Chemical engineering that intersect with Graphite. His study on Ion also encompasses disciplines like
Mahalingam Balasubramanian mostly deals with Cathode, Chemical engineering, Ion, Electrolyte and Electrochemistry. His research in Cathode intersects with topics in Nickel, Work, Transition metal and Intercalation. The Chemical engineering study combines topics in areas such as Halide, Photovoltaic system and Metal.
His research on Ion focuses in particular on Lithium. The various areas that Mahalingam Balasubramanian examines in his Electrolyte study include Inorganic chemistry, Solvation, Sintering, Annealing and Raman spectroscopy. Mahalingam Balasubramanian usually deals with Electrochemistry and limits it to topics linked to Redox and Solvent, Sorbent, Hydroxide, Tin and Layered double hydroxides.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Cathode, Ion, Nanotechnology, Chemical physics and Chemical engineering. His studies in Cathode integrate themes in fields like Crystallography, Jahn–Teller effect, Work and Fluorine. His research in the fields of Lithium overlaps with other disciplines such as Realization.
The concepts of his Nanotechnology study are interwoven with issues in Atom, Anode and Nickel. His Chemical physics research incorporates elements of Phase transition, Oxygen, Transition metal and Hysteresis. His work in Transition metal tackles topics such as Solid solution which are related to areas like Electrode.
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Amorphous TiO2 Nanotube Anode for Rechargeable Sodium Ion Batteries
Hui Xiong;Michael D. Slater;Mahalingam Balasubramanian;Christopher S. Johnson.
Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters (2011)
Enabling Sodium Batteries Using Lithium-Substituted Sodium Layered Transition Metal Oxide Cathodes
Donghan Kim;Sun-Ho Kang;Michael Slater;Shawn Rood.
Advanced Energy Materials (2011)
Hollow iron oxide nanoparticles for application in lithium ion batteries.
Bonil Koo;Hui Xiong;Michael D. Slater;Vitali B. Prakapenka.
Nano Letters (2012)
Sulfur Speciation in Li–S Batteries Determined by Operando X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy
Marine Cuisinier;Pierre-Etienne Cabelguen;Scott Evers;Guang He.
Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters (2013)
Investigation of the Charge Compensation Mechanism on the Electrochemically Li-Ion Deintercalated Li1-xCo1/3Ni1/3Mn1/3O2 Electrode System by Combination of Soft and Hard X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy
Won-Sub Yoon;Mahalingam Balasubramanian;Kyung Yoon Chung;Xiao-Qing Yang.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2005)
Nanostructured bilayered vanadium oxide electrodes for rechargeable sodium-ion batteries.
Sanja Tepavcevic;Hui Xiong;Vojislav R. Stamenkovic;Xiaobing Zuo.
ACS Nano (2012)
Countering the Voltage Decay in High Capacity xLi2MnO3•(1–x)LiMO2 Electrodes (M=Mn, Ni, Co) for Li+-Ion Batteries
Jason R. Croy;Donghan Kim;Mahalingam Balasubramanian;Kevin Gallagher.
Journal of The Electrochemical Society (2012)
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)
Reversible Mn 2+ /Mn 4+ double redox in lithium-excess cathode materials
Jinhyuk Lee;Jinhyuk Lee;Daniil A. Kitchaev;Deok-Hwang Kwon;Chang-Wook Lee.
Fe/N/C Composite in Li–O2 Battery: Studies of Catalytic Structure and Activity toward Oxygen Evolution Reaction
Jiang-Lan Shui;Naba K. Karan;Mahalingam Balasubramanian;Shu-You Li.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2012)
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