Our group brings together expertise in crystal chemistry, surface science and electrochemistry to analyse the role of structure, microstructure and surface chemistry on the cycling performance and rate capability of energy storage materials. We follow a multi-technique approach based in the use of advanced scattering tools (X-ray, neutrons and electrons) to study the bulk material and high resolution photoemission spectroscopy to study the outermost surface region, in both cases upon ex-situ or in-situ electrochemical cycling.

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