Sergio Brutti
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TiO2‐(B) Nanotubes as Anodes for Lithium Batteries: Origin and Mitigation of Irreversible Capacity
S Brutti, V Gentili, H Menard, B Scrosati, PG Bruce
Advanced Energy Materials 2 (3), 322-327, 2012
Mixtures of ionic liquid–Alkylcarbonates as electrolytes for safe lithium-ion batteries
L Lombardo, S Brutti, MA Navarra, S Panero, P Reale
Journal of Power Sources 227, 8-14, 2013
HYTHEC: an EC funded search for a long term massive hydrogen production route using solar and nuclear technologies
A Le Duigou, JM Borgard, B Larousse, D Doizi, R Allen, BC Ewan, ...
International journal of hydrogen energy 32 (10-11), 1516-1529, 2007
A disordered carbon as a novel anode material in lithium‐ion cells
F Bonino, S Brutti, P Reale, B Scrosati, L Gherghel, J Wu, K Müllen
Advanced Materials 17 (6), 743-746, 2005
Lithium insertion into anatase nanotubes
V Gentili, S Brutti, LJ Hardwick, AR Armstrong, S Panero, PG Bruce
Chemistry of Materials 24 (22), 4468-4476, 2012
Catalytic thermal decomposition of sulphuric acid in sulphur–iodine cycle for hydrogen production
V Barbarossa, S Brutti, M Diamanti, S Sau, G De Maria
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 31 (7), 883-890, 2006
Singlet oxygen from cation driven superoxide disproportionation and consequences for aprotic metal–O 2 batteries
E Mourad, YK Petit, R Spezia, A Samojlov, FF Summa, C Prehal, ...
Energy & environmental science 12 (8), 2559-2568, 2019
Nanostructured TiO2 (B): the effect of size and shape on anode properties for Li-ion batteries
Z Liu, YG Andreev, AR Armstrong, S Brutti, Y Ren, PG Bruce
Progress in Natural Science: Materials International 23 (3), 235-244, 2013
Nanoporous carbons from hydrothermally treated biomass as anode materials for lithium ion batteries
E Unur, S Brutti, S Panero, B Scrosati
Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 174, 25-33, 2013
Sulfonated graphene oxide platelets in nafion nanocomposite membrane: Advantages for application in direct methanol fuel cells
I Nicotera, C Simari, L Coppola, P Zygouri, D Gournis, S Brutti, FD Minuto, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 118 (42), 24357-24368, 2014
Preparation and Characterization of Nanocomposite Polymer Membranes Containing Functionalized SnO2 Additives
R Scipioni, D Gazzoli, F Teocoli, O Palumbo, A Paolone, N Ibris, S Brutti, ...
Membranes 4 (1), 123-142, 2014
A high power Sn–C/C–LiFePO4 lithium ion battery
S Brutti, J Hassoun, B Scrosati, CY Lin, H Wu, HW Hsieh
Journal of Power Sources 217, 72-76, 2012
Magnesium hydride as a high capacity negative electrode for lithium ion batteries
S Brutti, G Mulas, E Piciollo, S Panero, P Reale
Journal of Materials Chemistry 22 (29), 14531-14537, 2012
Mitigation of the irreversible capacity and electrolyte decomposition in a LiNi0. 5Mn1. 5O4/nano-TiO2 Li-ion battery
S Brutti, V Gentili, P Reale, L Carbone, S Panero
Journal of Power Sources 196 (22), 9792-9799, 2011
Vaporization thermodynamics of and
S Brutti, A Ciccioli, G Balducci, G Gigli, P Manfrinetti, A Palenzona
Applied physics letters 80 (16), 2892-2894, 2002
Minimizing the electrolyte volume in Li–S batteries: a step forward to high gravimetric energy density
M Agostini, JY Hwang, HM Kim, P Bruni, S Brutti, F Croce, A Matic, ...
Advanced Energy Materials 8 (26), 1801560, 2018
Ionic liquid electrolytes for high-voltage, lithium-ion batteries
S Brutti, E Simonetti, M De Francesco, A Sarra, A Paolone, O Palumbo, ...
Journal of Power Sources 479, 228791, 2020
High voltage Li-ion battery using exfoliated graphite/graphene nanosheets anode
M Agostini, S Brutti, J Hassoun
ACS applied materials & interfaces 8 (17), 10850-10857, 2016
Synthesis, characterization and electrochemical properties of 4.8 V LiNi0. 5Mn1. 5O4 cathode material in lithium-ion batteries
NN Dinh, S Brutti, B Scrosati
Electrochimica Acta 55 (18), 5110-5116, 2010
Thermodynamics of the intermediate phases in the Mg–B system
G Balducci, S Brutti, A Ciccioli, G Gigli, P Manfrinetti, A Palenzona, ...
Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids 66 (2-4), 292-297, 2005
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