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Fengjiao Qian, Lars J. Bannenberg, Heribert Wilhelm, Grégory Chaboussant, Lisa M. Debeer-Schmitt, Marcus P. Schmidt, Aisha Aqeel, Thomas T. M. Palstra, Ekkes Brück, Anton J. E. Lefering, Catherine Pappas, Maxim Mostovoy, Andrey O.
The chemical bonding in actinide compounds is usually analysed by inspecting the shape and the occupation of the orbitals or by calculating bond orders which are based on orbital overlap and occupation numbers.
Cooperation between research teams from the CEA, the CNRS and the Université Paris-Sud[1] has resulted in research showing that chemistry tools subjected to radiation make it possible to study the ageing of electrolytes in lithium-ion accumulators.
L'utilisation de silicium à l'anode des accumulateurs Li-ion permet de fortement augmenter leur capacité.


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