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J. Vinckeviciute, M.D. Radin, and A. Van der Ven. "Stacking-sequence changes and Na ordering in layered intercalation materials." Chemistry of Materials 28 (2016): 8640-8650.
Vinckeviciute, Julija, Maxwell D. Radin, Nicholas V. Faenza, Glenn G. Amatucci, and Anton Van der Ven. "Fundamental insights about interlayer cation migration in Li-ion electrodes at high states of charge." Journal of Materials Chemistry A (2019).
A. Van der Ven, J.C. Thomas, Q. Xu, B. Swoboda, and D. Morgan. "Nondilute diffusion from first principles: Li diffusion in Li x TiS 2." Physical Review B 78 (2008): 104306.
Van der Ven, A, and G Ceder. "Impurity-induced van der Waals transition during decohesion." Physical Review B 67 (2003): 060101.
A. Van der Ven, H.C. Yu, G. Ceder, and K. Thornton. "Vacancy mediated substitutional diffusion in binary crystalline solids." Progress in Materials Science 55 (2010): 61-105.
A. Van der Ven, M.K. Aydinol, G. Ceder, G. Kresse, and J. Hafner. "First-principles investigation of phase stability in Li x CoO 2." Physical Review B 58 (1998): 2975.
Van der Ven, A, and G Ceder. "Lithium diffusion in layered Li x CoO2." Electrochemical and Solid-State Letters 3 (2000): 301-304.
A. Van der Ven, and G. Ceder. "Ordering in Li x (Ni 0.5 Mn 0.5) O 2 and its relation to charge capacity and electrochemical behavior in rechargeable lithium batteries." Electrochemistry communications 6 (2004): 1045-1050.
A. Van der Ven, and G. Ceder. "Vacancies in ordered and disordered binary alloys treated with the cluster expansion." Physical Review B 71 (2005): 054102.
A. Van der Ven, and G. Ceder. "Lithium diffusion mechanisms in layered intercalation compounds." Journal of power sources 97 (2001): 529-531.
A. Van der Ven, and G. Ceder. "The thermodynamics of decohesion." Acta Materialia 52 (2004): 1223-1235.
A. Van der Ven, K. Garikipati, S. Kim, and M. Wagemaker. "The Role of Coherency Strains on Phase Stability in Li x FePO4: Needle Crystallites Minimize Coherency Strain and Overpotential." Journal of the Electrochemical Society 156 (2009): A949-A957.

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