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Saneyuki Ohno Last modified date:2021.06.11

Assistant Professor / Functional Materials Course / Department of Applied Chemistry / Faculty of Engineering

1. Shuo Wang, Wenbo Zhang, Xiang Chen, Dyuman Das, Raffael Ruess, Ajay Gautam, Felix Walther, Saneyuki Ohno, Raimund Koerver, Qiang Zhang, Wolfgang G Zeier, Felix H Richter, Ce‐Wen Nan, Jürgen Janek, Influence of Crystallinity of Lithium Thiophosphate Solid Electrolytes on the Performance of Solid‐State Batteries, Advanced Energy Materials, 10.1002/aenm.202100654, 2100654, 2021.06, [URL].
2. Saneyuki Ohno, Carolin Rosenbach, Georg F Dewald, Jürgen Janek, Wolfgang G Zeier, Linking Solid Electrolyte Degradation to Charge Carrier Transport in the Thiophosphate‐Based Composite Cathode toward Solid‐State Lithium‐Sulfur Batteries, Advanced Functional Materials, 10.1002/adfm.202010620, 31, 18, 2010620, 2021.05.
3. Roman Schlem, Ananya Banik, Saneyuki Ohno, Emmanuelle Suard, Wolfgang G Zeier, Insights into the Lithium Sub-structure of Superionic Conductors Li3YCl6 and Li3YBr6, CHEMISTRY OF MATERIALS, 10.1021/acs.chemmater.0c04352, 33, 1, 327-337, 2021.01, The recent interest in halide-based solid electrolytes Li3MX6 (M = Y, Er, and In; X = Cl, Br, and I) shows these materials to be promising candidates for solid-state battery application, due to their high ionic conductivity and large electrochemical stability window. However, almost nothing is known about the underlying lithium sub-structure within those compounds. Here, we investigate the lithium sub-structure of Li3YCl6 and Li3YBr6 using temperature-dependent neutron diffraction. We compare compounds prepared by classic solid-state syntheses with mechanochemical synthesis to shed light on the influence of the synthetic approach on the reported yttrium disorder and the resulting surrounding lithium sub-structure. This work provides a better understanding of the strong differences in ionic transport depending on the synthesis procedure of Li3MX6..
4. Ananya Banik, Theodosios Famprikis, Michael Ghidiu, Saneyuki Ohno, Marvin A Kraft, Wolfgang G Zeier, On the underestimated influence of synthetic conditions in solid ionic conductors, Chemical Science, 10.1039/D0SC06553F, 12, 18, 6238-6263, 2021.06.
5. Jelena Popovic, Daniel Brandell, Sanyeuki Ohno, Kelsey B Hatzell, Jin Zheng, Yan-Yan Hu, Polymer-based hybrid battery electrolytes: theoretical insights, recent advances and challenges, JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A, 10.1039/d0ta11679c, 9, 10, 6050-6069, 2021.03, Polymer-based hybrid electrolytes are a promissing class of materials for solid-state batteries due to their mechanical, physico-chemical and electrochemical properties. This paper gives an in-depth overview of possible ionic conduction mechanisms essential for good battery performance, and related relevant contemporary materials. The materials' preparation and characterization techniques are given in the light of necessity for deeper understanding of the structure–property relationship in such composites..
6. Saneyuki Ohno, Bianca Helm, Till Fuchs, Georg Dewald, Marvin A Kraft, Sean P Culver, Anatoliy Senyshyn, Wolfgang G Zeier, Further evidence for energy landscape flattening in the superionic argyrodites Li6+xP1−xMxS5I (M = Si, Ge, Sn), Chemistry of Materials, 10.1021/acs.chemmater.9b01857, 2019.06.