2016 - E. V. Murphree Award in Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, American Chemical Society (ACS)
His primary scientific interests are in Lithium, Inorganic chemistry, Electrode, Electrochemistry and Spinel. His Lithium research includes elements of Battery, Cathode, Anode and Lithium oxide. His work carried out in the field of Inorganic chemistry brings together such families of science as Oxide, Manganese, Lithium battery, Lithium vanadium phosphate battery and Energy storage.
His Electrode study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Graphite, Redox, Voltage and Analytical chemistry. His Electrochemistry research integrates issues from Stoichiometry and Inorganic compound. His Spinel research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Crystallography, Yield, Extraction and Oxidation state.
Michael M. Thackeray focuses on Inorganic chemistry, Lithium, Electrode, Electrochemistry and Spinel. Michael M. Thackeray combines subjects such as Oxide, Manganese, Cathode, Ion and Electrochemical cell with his study of Inorganic chemistry. His Lithium study which covers Crystallography that intersects with X-ray crystallography.
His research in the fields of Electrolyte overlaps with other disciplines such as Intermetallic. Michael M. Thackeray works mostly in the field of Electrochemistry, limiting it down to topics relating to Chemical engineering and, in certain cases, Metallurgy, as a part of the same area of interest. The various areas that he examines in his Spinel study include Neutron diffraction, Stoichiometry, Phase, Cobalt and Mineralogy.
Lithium, Electrode, Electrochemistry, Spinel and Nanotechnology are his primary areas of study. His work deals with themes such as Inorganic chemistry, Cobalt, Oxide and Manganese, which intersect with Lithium. His Inorganic chemistry research includes themes of Lithium battery, XANES, Oxygen and Oxidation state.
A large part of his Electrode studies is devoted to Electrochemical cell. His Electrochemistry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Cathode, Lithium-ion battery and Chemical engineering, Carbon nanotube. Michael M. Thackeray works mostly in the field of Spinel, limiting it down to topics relating to Lithium cobalt oxide and, in certain cases, Crystallography.
Michael M. Thackeray mainly focuses on Electrode, Electrochemistry, Lithium, Manganese and Inorganic chemistry. Michael M. Thackeray has included themes like Cathode, Nanotechnology and Hysteresis in his Electrode study. His study in Electrochemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Graphite and Oxide.
His Lithium research incorporates themes from Battery and Electrolyte, Electrochemical cell. As part of the same scientific family, he usually focuses on Manganese, concentrating on Spinel and intersecting with Iron oxide cycle, Lithium-ion battery and Cobalt oxide. Michael M. Thackeray is involved in the study of Inorganic chemistry that focuses on Redox in particular.
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Li2MnO3-stabilized LiMO2 (M = Mn, Ni, Co) electrodes for lithium-ion batteries
Michael M. Thackeray;Sun Ho Kang;Christopher S. Johnson;John T. Vaughey.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2007)
Electrical energy storage for transportation—approaching the limits of, and going beyond, lithium-ion batteries
Michael M. Thackeray;Christopher Wolverton;Eric D. Isaacs.
Energy and Environmental Science (2012)
Lithium insertion into manganese spinels
M. M. Thackeray;W. I.F. David;P. G. Bruce;John B Goodenough.
Materials Research Bulletin (1983)
Improved capacity retention in rechargeable 4 V lithium/lithium- manganese oxide (spinel) cells
R.J. Gummow;A. de Kock;M.M. Thackeray.
Solid State Ionics (1994)
Manganese oxides for lithium batteries
Michael M. Thackeray.
Progress in Solid State Chemistry (1997)
Electrochemical extraction of lithium from LiMn2O4
M.M. Thackeray;P.J. Johnson;L.A. de Picciotto;P.G. Bruce.
Materials Research Bulletin (1984)
Advances in manganese-oxide ‘composite’ electrodes for lithium-ion batteries
Michael M. Thackeray;Christopher S. Johnson;John T. Vaughey;N. Li.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2005)
The significance of the Li2MnO3 component in ‘composite’ xLi2MnO3 · (1 − x)LiMn0.5Ni0.5O2 electrodes
C.S. Johnson;J-S. Kim;C. Lefief;N. Li.
Electrochemistry Communications (2004)
Spinel Anodes for Lithium‐Ion Batteries
E. Ferg;R. J. Gummow;A. de Kock;M. M. Thackeray.
Journal of The Electrochemical Society (1994)
Synthesis, Characterization and Electrochemistry of Lithium Battery Electrodes: xLi2MnO3·(1 − x)LiMn0.333Ni0.333Co0.333O2 (0 ≤ x ≤ 0.7)
Christopher S. Johnson;Naichao Li;Christina Lefief;John T. Vaughey.
Chemistry of Materials (2008)
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