Electrochemical lithium incorporation in InSe thin films
Indium selenide films prepared by flash evaporation were studied as possible cathodes in lithium batteries. Electrical and electrochemical properties are presented for films obtained under different conditions. Intercalation processes have also been investigated using the potential sweep voltametry and the influence of the host structure has been observed.
KeywordsCurrent Pulse Hall Mobility InSe Film Lithium Diffusivity Flash Evaporation
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