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A surface locking instability for atomic intercalation into a solid electrode
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10.1063/1.3330940
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http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/96/9/10.1063/1.3330940
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Surface locking in a planar electrode under galvanostatic charging. (a) A plate electrode is subject to a uniform current density on its faces. (b) Evolution of the solute concentration profile in the subcritical case of . (c) Evolution of the solute concentration profile in the supercritical regime of . (d) Evolution of the surface gradient of solute concentration for various values of . The results indicate that surface locking occurs above a critical value between , in agreement with the analytical solution which predicts .

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Surface locking in a cylindrical electrode under galvanostatic charging. (a) A cylindrical wire is subject to a uniform current density on its surface. (b) Evolution of the solute concentration profile in the subcritical case of . (c) Evolution of the solute concentration profile in the supercritical regime of . (d) Evolution of the surface gradient of solute concentration for various values of . The results indicate that surface locking occurs above a critical value between , in agreement with the theoretical analysis.

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FIG. 3.

Surface locking in a spherical electrode under galvanostatic charging. (a) A sphere is subject to a uniform current density on its surface. (b) Evolution of the solute concentration profile in the subcritical case of . (c) Evolution of the solute concentration profile in the supercritical regime of . (d) Evolution of the surface gradient of solute concentration for various values of . The results indicate that surface locking occurs above a critical value between , in agreement with the theoretical analysis.

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Scitation: A surface locking instability for atomic intercalation into a solid electrode
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/96/9/10.1063/1.3330940
10.1063/1.3330940
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