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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).
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.
A. Van der Ven, B. Puchala, and T. Nagase. "Ti-and Zr-based metal-air batteries." Journal of Power Sources 242 (2013): 400-404.
Van der Ven, A, C Marianetti, D Morgan, and G Ceder. "Phase transformations and volume changes in spinel LixMn 2 O 4." Solid State Ionics 135 (2000): 21-32.
A. Van der Ven, J. C. Thomas, B. Puchala, and A. R. Natarajan. "First-principles statistical mechanics of multicomponent crystals." Annual Review of Materials Research 48 (2018).
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.