Manuel Dillenz

Manuel Dillenz
Ulm University | UULM · Institute of Theoretical Chemistry

Master of Science

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May 2019 - present
Ulm University
Position
  • PhD Student
Description
  • Theoretical study of ion mobility in battery electrodes and solid electrolytes
Education
October 2016 - March 2019
Ulm University
Field of study
  • Chemistry
October 2013 - August 2016
Ulm University
Field of study
  • Chemistry

Publications

Publications (7)
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The Cover Feature illustrates properties of the potential energy surface for charge carriers in spinel solid electrolyte and electrode materials that yield a descriptor for the ion mobility. The descriptor is based on the energetic difference between the two symmetrically different intercalation sites in these materials. This allows to predict the...
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Enabling high Mg ion mobility, spinel‐type materials are promising candidates for cathode or solid electrolyte applications. To elu‐ cidate the factors governing the observed high mobility of multivalent ions, periodic DFT calculations of various charge carriers (A = Li, Na, K, Mg, Ca, Zn and Al) in the ASc2 S4 and ASc2 Se4 spinel compounds were pe...
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Magnesium Batteries Ion mobility is a critical parameter contributing to the performance of batteries. In article number 2100113 by Axel Groß and co-workers, the site preference of ions in battery electrodes and solid electrolytes is determined as a function of volume by quantum chemical calculations. The results reveal that an analysis purely base...
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Batteries based on multivalent ions such as magnesium have been attracting considerable attention due to their potential for high energy densities, but their low ion mobility remains an obstacle. Herein, ionic conductivity in spinel host materials, which represent a promising class of cathode and solid‐electrolyte materials in batteries, is address...
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In the area of sustainable energy storage, batteries based on multivalent ions such as magnesium have been attracting considerable attention due to their potential for high energy densities. Furthermore, they are typically also more abundant than, e.g., lithium. However, as a challenge their low ion mobility in electrode materials remains. This stu...
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In the area of sustainable energy storage, batteries based on multivalent ions such as magnesium have been attracting considerable attention due to their potential for high energy densities. Furthermore, they are typically also more abundant than, e.g., lithium. However, as a challenge their low ion mobility in electrode materials remains. This stu...
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Periodic density functional theory calculations have been performed to study the migration of various charge carriers in spinel‐type MgSc2Se4. This compound exhibits low barriers for Mg ion diffusion, making it a potential candidate for solid electrolytes in Mg-ion batteries. In order to elucidate the decisive factors for the ion mobility in spinel...

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