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  • Nancy Dudney, Corporate Fellow (2015)
  • Chaitanya K.Narula, Inventor of the Year" award on Battelle Celebration of Solvers Awards Night from Jeff Wadsworth, President and CEO, Battelle Corp.(2015)
  • Nancy Dudney, UT-Battelle Distinguished Inventor, first woman at ORNL to attain 14 patents (2014)
  • Nancy Dudney, was recently elected as a Electrochemical Society (ECS) Fellow in recognition of her scientific achievements and service to the society (2013)

 

 

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Nancy J. Dudney

Group Leader
Physical Chemistry of Materials Group
Materials Science & Technology Division
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
P.O. Box 2008
Oak Ridge, TN 37831-6124
Phone: (865) 576-4874
email: dudneynj@ornl.gov

 

Research Interests:                  

  • Novel materials for hybrid vehicle batteries (current)
  • Synthesis and properties of ceramic films by magnetron sputtering (current)
  • Properties and fabrication of thin-film rechargeable lithium batteries
  • Synthesis and properties of heterogeneous catalysts
  • Properties and synthesis of composite films
  • Ionic transport in composite solid state electrolytes
  • Hydration, ion exchange, and Raman spectroscopy of β- and β -aluminas
  • Defects and conductivity of MgO
  • Galvanic cell measurements of mixed conductors
  • Electronic conduction in nonstoichiometric ceramic oxides

Education:

  • Ph.D, Ceramics (1979), Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Bachelor of Science in Chemistry (1975), College of William and Mary

Professional appointments:         

  • Distinguished Senior Research Staff (2010), Materials Science and Technology Division, ORNL
  • Senior Research Staff (2006-2010), Materials Science and Technology Division, ORNL
  • Group Leader (1999-2006), Thin Film Ceramics, Solid State Division, ORNL
  • Research Staff Member (1981-1999), Solid State Division, ORNL
  • Wigner Fellow (1979-1981), ORNL

Honors and Awards:

  • Corporate Fellow, 2015
  • UT Battelle Distinguish Inventor, for > 14 patents
  • Fellow, Electrochemical Society, 2013
  • EFRC Scientific Advisory committee for the Northeastern Center for Chemical Energy Storage (NCCES)
  • R&D100 Award, (2011) CeramClad™: Rapid Metal Coating Process
  • R&D100 Award, (2010) Sulfur-Carbon Nanocomposite Cathode Material and Additives for Lithium-Sulfur Batteries
  • R&D 100 Award 2009 “PulseForge 3100, Pulse Thermal Processing”
  • R&D 100 Award 1996 Thin-Film Batteries Invention
  • Award for Excellence in Technology Transfer, Federal Laboratory Consortium, National Award, (2012) “Pulse Thermal Processing”
  • Award for Excellence in Technology Transfer, Federal Laboratory Consortium, National Award, 2004
  • Award for Excellence in Technology Transfer, Federal Laboratory Consortium, Southeast Region, 2003
  • YWCA Tribute to Women Award, Science and Technology, 2005
  • Lockheed Martin Energy Research Corp, Technical Achievement Award (Invention), 1996 Team Award
  • DOE Materials Science Research Competition Award for Significant Implication for DOE Related Technologies in Solid State Physics, 1994
  • Technical Achievement Award, Martin Marietta Energy Systems, Inc., 1993 Team Award
  • Technical Achievement Award, Martin Marietta Energy Systems, Inc., 1989
  • Distinguished Scientific Achievement Award, East Tennessee Section of the Association of Women in Science 1989
  • Wigner Postdoctoral Fellow, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 1978–1981
  • Sigma Xi, 1977
  • American Institute of Chemists Outstanding Senior Award, 1975
  • Phi Beta Kappa, 1975

Professional Affialiations:

  • Program Chair, BLI-7 June 2014, ANL
  • Member, Electrochemical Society, Ways and Means Committee
  • Electrochemical Society, Battery Division Executive Committee
    • Member at large 2004-2006, Treasurer 2006-2008, Chairman 2008-2010.
  • American Ceramic Society
    • Associate Editor, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 1986–2012
    • Abstracter, American Ceramics Society, 1987–1991
  • Member, DOE-EPSCoR Advisory Committee to University of Puerto Rico, 2003-2005
  • Mentor, 8 postdoctoral researchers and graduate students
  • Member, SURA/ORNL Summer Cooperative Research Program, 2001 and 2003
  • Participant: NEMI (National Electronics Manufacturing Initiative) Roadmap Workshop on Energy Storage Systems, June 1995
  • Participant, DOE Advanced Lithium Solid State Batteries Workshop, July 1999
  • Participant, Research Assistance Task Force on Beta-Alumina for Sodium-Sulfur Cells, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, March 1983
  • Judge, Annual Southern Appalachian Science and Engineering Fairs, 1987–1994       
  • Member, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Ph.D. Recruiting Committee, 1981–82
  • Member, Local Committee, International Conference on Fast Ionic Transport in Solids, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, May 1981
  • Chairman, Ceramics graduate student organization
  • Member, American Ceramic Society, International Society for Solid State Ionics, Materials Research Society, Electrochemical Society, North American Catalysis Society

Invited Lectures:

  1. Gordon Research on Ceramics, 2014.
  2. ASM Educational Symposium, NTRC, 2014.
  3. Gordon Research Conference on Batteries, Ventura CA, 2014.
  4. ACS April 2013.
  5. “Stability and Performance of High-Voltage Cathodes with Lipon Coatings,” Fall ECS, Honolulu, 2012.
  6. “Batteries and Battery Materials by Vapor Deposition,” Fall AVS, Tampa, FL, 2012.
  7. “Transport and Mechanical Properties of Bilayer and Composite Electrolytes for Li-metal Batteries,” Fall MRS, Boston, MA, 2012. 
  8. “Thin Film Oxide Materials for Rechargeable Lithium Batteries,” Fall MRS, Boston, MA, 2012. 
  9. “Transport and Mechanical Properties of Pure and Composite Solid Electrolytes,” Beyond Li-ion Batteries, 5th meeting, Berkeley, CA, 2012.
  10. “Transport and Mechanical Properties of Pure and Composite Solid Electrolytes,” Applied Materials, Inc.  Santa Clara CA, 2012.
  11. “Solid Electrolytes for Li Battery Applications,” Advanced Energy Storage Materials and Systems: Lithium and Beyond, Electronic Materials and Applications 2012, American Ceramic Society, Orlando, FL 2012.
  12. “Lipon Solid Electrolyte for High-Voltage Lithium Batteries,” ECS Annual Spring Meeting, Montreal, 2011.
  13. “Batteries and Battery Materials by Vapor Deposition,” Drexel University, Department of Materials Science Seminar, 2010.
  14. “Lithium Phosphorus Oxynitride Solid Electrolyte: Applications Beyond Thin Film Batteries,” American Chemical Society, Boston, 2010.
  15. “Physical Properties and Synthesis of Thin Film Materials for Batteries,” Regensberg 2010, Meeting of the German Physical Society (DGP) 2010. German Physical Society.
  16. “Electrical Energy Storage for Transportation and Grid Application,” Wake Forest Symposium, 2010.  Wake Forest University, Energizing the Future, 2-day symposium. Speaker and panel member for discussion.
  17. “Challenges for Rechargeable Batteries with Metallic Lithium Anodes,” MS&T2009, Pittsburgh, Materials for Energy Storage Symposium, 2009.
  18. “Thin Film Rechargeable Lithium Batteries,”  MicroPower Sources, STAR workshop by Advisory Group on Electron Devices (AGED) for DOD, Bethesda, MD, 2009.
  19. “Lithium Phosphorous Oxynitride (Lipon) Electrolyte for Rechargeable Batteries with Three-Dimensional Architectures,” MRS Spring 2009.
  20. “Rechargeable Lithium Batteries, Progress and Challenges,” Chemical Engineering Department Seminar, University of Maryland, 2008.
  21. “Thin Film Rechargeable Batteries,” Wearable Warfighter Power workshop at US Army Research Laboratory, 2007.
  22. “Thin Film Rechargeable Batteries for Energy Harvesting, Spring MRS Meeting,” San Francisco, 2008.
  23. “Thin Film Lithium and Lithium-ion Batteries,” IUPAC and ACE Conference on Macromolecules for a Safe, Sustainable and Healthy World, “Brooklyn, NY, 2007.
  24. “Self-Assembled Mesoporous Carbon Materials for Electrochemical Double Layer Capacitors Advanced Capacitors World Summit 2007,” San Diego.
  25. “Thin Film Rechargeable Batteries,” UTA Workshop on Piezoelectric Energy Harvesting, University Texas Arlington, 2007.
  26. “Properties of Thin Film Materials for Rechargeable Lithium Batteries,” Wake Forest University, Physics Department Seminar, Winston-Salem, NC, 2006.
  27. “Synthesis and Properties of Thin Film Materials for Rechargeable Lithium Batteries,” Tennessee Technological University, Chem. Eng. Department Seminar, Cookeville, TN, 2006.
  28. “Mine Safety Workshop,” 2005.
  29. “Controlling the Composition of thin Films for Rechargeable Lithium Batteries,” First Earnest B Yeager Frontiers in Electrochemical Science and Technology, 2005.
  30. “Micro- and Nano- Scale Rechargeable Batteries:  State of the Art and Current Research,” National Academy of Sciences, Committee on Nanotechnology for the Intelligence Community, 2003.
  31. “Solid State Thin-Film Rechargeable Lithium Batteries,” 3rd Thin Film and Nanotechnology for Energy Conversion and Storage, September 2003, NASA Glenn.
  32. “Synthesis and Properties of Thin Film Materials for Rechargeable Lithium Batteries,” Carnegie Mellon University, 2003.
  33. “Thin Film Materials and Designs for Rechargeable Batteries,” Material Research Society Meeting, 2002.
  34. “Analysis of Thin Film Lithium Batteries with Cathodes of 50 nm to 4 µm Thick LiCoO2,” International Meeting on Lithium Batteries, 2002.
  35. "Rechargeable Thin-Film Batteries with LiMn2O4 and LiCoO2 Cathodes," 3rd Hawaii Battery Conference, 2001.
  36. “Addition of a Thin-Film Inorganic Solid Electrolyte (Lipon) as a Protective Film in Lithium Batteries with a Liquid Electrolyte,” DOE Workshop on Advanced Lithium Solid State Batteries, 1999.
  37. “Thin-Film Material for Rechargeable Lithium Batteries and Their Incorporation into Hybrid Batteries,” American Ceramic Society Annual Meeting, 1998.
  38. “Thin-Film Rechargeable Lithium Batteries,” American Ceramic Society Annual Meeting, 1995.
  39. “Thin-Film Rechargeable Lithium Batteries with Amorphous LixMn2O4 Cathodes,” The Electrochemical Society Meeting, 1995.
  40. “Magnetron Sputter Deposition of Li2O-SiO2-P2O5 Thin Films,” American Vacuum Society, Tennessee Valley Chapter, Annual Symposium, Oak Ridge, 1991.
  41. “Sputter Deposition of Lithium Silicate-Lithium Phosphate Amorphous Electrolytes,” Materials Research Society, Boston, Massachusetts, Fall Meeting, 1990.
  42. “Enhanced Ionic Conductivity in Silver Halide-Alumina Composites,” Society of Photographic Science & Engineering Annual Meeting, 1989.
  43. “Enhanced Ionic Conduction in Silver Halide Composites,” Eastman Kodak, Rochester, New York, 1989.
  44. “Enhanced Ionic Conduction in Composite Electrolytes,” University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1988.
  45. “Enhanced Ionic Conduction in Composite Electrolytes,” Solid State Ionics Symposium, Materials Research Society, Boston, Massachusetts, Fall Meeting, 1988.
  46. “Enhanced Ionic Conduction in Composite Electrolytes,” 6th International Conference on Solid State Ionics, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, West Germany, 1987.
  47. “Enhanced Ionic Conductivity in Composite Electrolytes,” Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina, 1987.

Publications

  1. Nancy J. Dudney; Juchuan Li, “Using All Energy in a Battery,” Science, Vol 347, Issue 6218 (2015) 131-132.
  2. Guang-Ling Song; Nancy J. Dudney; Juchuan Li; et al., “The Possibility of Forming a Sacrificial Anode Coating for Mg,” Corrosion Science, Vol 87 (2014) 11-14.
  3.  Raymond R. Unocic; Xiao-Guang Sun; Robert L. Sacci; et at., “Direct Visualization of Solid Electrolyte Interphase Formation in Lithium-Ion Batteries with In Situ Electrochemical Transmission Electron Microscopy,” Microscopy and Microanalysis, Vol 20, Issue 4 (2014) 1029-1037.
  4. Juchuan Li; Nancy J. Dudney; Jagjit Nanda; et al., “Artificial Solid Electrolyte Interphase to Address the Electrochemical Degradation of Silicon Electrodes,” ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, Vol 6, Issue 13 (2014) 10083-10088.
  5. Ezhiylumurugan Rangasamy; Juchuan Li; Gayatri Sahu; et at., “Pushing the Theoretical Limit of Li-CFx Batteries: A Tale of Bifunctional Electrolyte,” Journal of the American Chemical Society, Vol 136, Issue 19 (2014) 6874-6877.
  6. Raymond R. Unocic; Robert L. Sacci; Gilbert M. Brown; et al., “Quantitative Electrochemical Measurements Using In Situ ec-S/TEM Devices,” Microscopy and Microanalysis, Vol 20, Issue 2 (2014) 452-461.
  7. Jagjit Nanda; Surendra K. Martha; Wallace D. Porter; et at., “Thermophysical properties of LiFePO4 cathodes with carbonized pitch coatings and organic binders: Experiments and first-principals modeling,” Journal of Power Sources, Vol 251, (2014) 8-13.
  8. Gayatri Sahu; Zhan Lin; Juchuan Li; et al., “Air-stable, high-conduction solid electrolytes of arsenic-substituted Li4SnS4,” Energy & Environmental Science, Vol 7, Issue 3 (2014) 1053-1058.
  9. Ira Bloom; Lynn Trahey; Ali Abouimrane; et al., “Effect of interface modifications on voltage fade in 0.5Li(2)MnO(3)center dot 0.5LiN(0.375)Mn(0.375)CO(0.25)O(2) cathode materials,” Vol 249, (2014) 509-514.
  10. Robert L. Sacci; Nancy J. Dudney; Karren L. More; et at., “Direct visualization of initial SEI morphology and growth kinetics during lithium deposition by in situ electrochemical transmission electron microscopy,” Chemical Communications, Vol 50, Issue 17 (2014) 2104-2107.
  11. Wyatt E. Tenhaeff; Ezhiyl Rangasamy; Yangyang Wang; Alexei P. Sokolov; Jeff Wolfenstine; Jeffery Sakamoto; Nancy J. Dudney; et at., “Resolving the Grain Boundary and Lattice Impedance of Hot-Pressed Li7La3Zr2O12 Garnet Electrolytes,” Chemelectrochem, Vol 1, Issue 2 (2014) 375-378.
  12. Dhamodaran Santhanagopalan; Danna Qian; Thomas McGilvray; et al., “Interface Limited Lithium Transport in Solid-State Batteries,” Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, Vol 5, Issue 14 (2014) 298-303.
  13. A. K. Kercher; J. O. Ramey; K. J. Carroll; et al., “Mixed Polyanion Glass Cathodes: Iron Phosphate Vanadate Glasses,” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, Vol 161, Issue 14 (2014) A2210-A2215.
  14. Gayatri Sahu; Ezhiylmurugan Rangasamy; Juchuan Li; et al., “A high-conduction Ge substituted Li3AsS4 solid electrolyte with exceptional low activation energy,” Journal of Materials Chemistry, Vol 2, Issue 27 (2014) 10396-10403.
  15. Loic Baggetto; Debasish Mohanty; Roberta A. Meisner; et al., “Degradation mechanisms of lithium-rich nickel manganese cobalt oxide cathode thin films,” RSC Advances, Vol 4, Issue 45 (2014) 23364-23371.
  16. Robert L. Sacci; Leslie A. Adamczyk; Gabriel M. Veith; et al., “Dry Synthesis of Lithium Intercalated Graphite Powder and Fiber,” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, Vol 161, Issue 4 (2014) A614-A619.
  17. Ezhiylmurugan Rangasamy; Gayatri Sahu; Jong Kahk Keum; et al., “A high conductivity oxide-sulfide composite lithium superionic conductor,” Journal of Materials Chemistry A, Vol 2, Issue 12 (2014) 4111-4116.
  18. Surendra K. Martha; Jagjit Nanda; Hui Zhou; et al., “Electrode architectures for high capacity multivalent conversion compounds: iron (II and III) fluoride,” RSC Advances, Vol 4, Issue 13 (2014) 6730-6737.
  19. Gabriel M. Veith; Andrew R. Lupini; Loic Baggetto; et al., “Evidence for the Formation of Nitrogen-Rich Platinum and Palladium Nitride Nanoparticles,” Chemistry of Materials, Vol 25, Issue 24 (2013) 4936-4945.
  20. Yi-Chun Lu; Ethan J. Crumlin; Thomas J. Carney; et al., “Influence of Hydrocarbon and CO2 on the Reversibility of Li-O-2 Chemistry Using In Situ Ambient Pressure X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy,” Journal of Physical Chemistry C, Vol 117, Issue 49 (2013) 25948-25954.
  21. Hui Zhou; Jagjit Nanda; Surendra K. Martha; et al., “Formation of Iron Oxyfluoride Phase on the Surface of Nano-Fe3O4 Conversion Compound for Electrochemical Energy Storage,” Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, Vol 4, Issue 21 (2013) 3798-3805.
  22. Sergiy Kalnaus; Wyatt E. Tenhaeff; Jeffery Sakamoto; A. S. Sabau; C. Daniel; N. J. Dudney, “Analysis of composite electrolytes with sintered reinforcement structure for energy storage applications,” Journal of Power Sources,Vol 241, (2013) 178-185.
  23. Juchuan Li; Loic Baggetto; Surendra K. Martha; et al., “An Artificial Solid Electrolyte Interphase Enables the Use of a LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 5 V Cathode with Conventional Electrolytes,” Advanced Energy Materials, Vol 3, Issue 10 (2013) 1275-1278.
  24. Katie L. Browning; Loic Baggetto; Raymond R. Unocic; Nancy J. Dudney; Gabriel M. Veith, “Gas evolution from cathode materials: A pathway to solvent decomposition concomitant to SEI formation,” Journal of Power Sources, Vol 239 (2013) 341-346.
  25. Zhan Lin; Zengcai Liu; Wujun Fu; et al., “Lithium Polysulfidophosphates: A Family of Lithium-Conducting Sulfur-Rich Compounds for Lithium-Sulfur Batteries,” Angewandte Chemie-International Edition, Vol 52, Issue 29 (2013) 7460-7463.
  26. Nancy J. Dudney; Conference: 245th National Meeting of the American-Chemical-Society (ACS), “Exploring battery chemistry using thin film materials,” Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society, Vol 245, Meeting Abstract: 198-ENFL; (2013).
  27. Zhan Lin; Zengcai Liu; Nancy J. Dudney; et al., “Lithium Superionic Sulfide Cathode for All-Solid Lithium-Sulfur Batteries,” ACS Nano, Vol 7, Issue 3 (2013) 2829-2833.
  28. Zhan Lin; Zengcai Lin; Wujun Fu; Nancy J. Dudney; Chengdu Liang, “Phosphorous Pentasulfide as a Novel Additive for High-Performance Lithium-Sulfur Batteries,” Advanced Functional Materials, Vol 32, Issue 8, Special Issue: SI (2013) 1064-1069.
  29. Loïc Baggetto; Nancy J. Dudney; Gabriel M. Veith; “Surface chemistry of metal oxide coated lithium manganese nickel oxide thin film cathodes studied by XPS,” Electrochimica Acta, Vol 90 (2013) 135-147.
  30. Gabriel M. Veith; Loïc Baggetto; Leslie A. Adamczyk; Bingkun Guo; Suree S. Bown; Xiao-Guang Sun; Austin A. Albert; James R. Humble; Craig E. Barnes; Michael J. Bojdys; Sheng Dai; Nancy J. Dudney, “Electrochemical and Solid-State Lithiation of Graphitic C3N4,” Chemistry of Materials, Vol 25, Issue 3 (2013) 503-508.
  31. Zengcal Liu; Wujun Fu; E. Andrew Payzant; et al., “Anomalous High Ionic Conductivity of Nanoporous beta-Li3PS4,” Journal of the American Chemical Society, Vol 135, Issue 3 (2013) 975-978.
  32. Jonghyun Park; Sergiy Kalnaus; Sangwoo Han; Y. K. Lee; G. B. Less; Nancy J. Dudney; Claus Daniel, “In situ atomic force microscopy studies of lithium (de)intercalation-induced morphology changes in LixCoO2 micro-machined thin film electrodes,” Journal of Power Sources, Vol 222 (2013) 417-425.
  33. R. R. Unocic; X-G Sun; D. H. Alsem,; et al.; “Application of In-situ Electrochemical Liquid Cells for Electrical Energy Storage Research,” Advances in Imaging and Electron Physics, Vol 179 Book Series: Advances in Imaging and Electron Physics (2013) 176-178.
  34. Yoongu Kim; Nancy J. Dudney; Miaofang Chi; et al., “A Perspective on Coatings to Stabilize High-Voltage Cathodes: LiMn1.5Ni0.5O4 with Sub-Nanometer Lipon Cycled with LiPF6 Electrolyte,” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, Vol 160, Issue 5 (2013) A3113-A3125.
  35. Surendra K. Martha; Jagjit Nanda; Yoongu Kim; R. Unocic; S. Pannala; Nancy J. Dudney, “Solid electrolyte coated high voltage layered-layered lithium-rich composite cathode: Li1.2Mn0.525Ni0.175Co0.1O2,” Journal of Materials Chemistry A, Vol 1, Issue 18 (2013) 5587-5595.
  36. Surendra K. Martha; Jagjit Nanda; Gabriel M. Veith; Nancy J. Dudney, “Surface studies of high voltage lithium rich composition: Li1.2Mn0.525Ni0.175Co0.1O2,” Journal of Power Sources, Vol 216 (2012) 179-186.
  37. Yi-Chun Liu; Ethan J. Crumlin; Gabriel M. Veith; Jonathon Harding; Eva Mutoro; Loïc Baggetto; Nancy J. Dudney; Zhi Liu; Yang Shao-Horn, “In Situ Ambient Pressure X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy Studies of Lithium-Oxygen Redox Reactions,” Scientific Reports, Vol 2, Article Number: 715 (2012).
  38. N. Balke; E. A. Eliseev; S. Jesse; S. Kalnaus; C. Daniel; N. J. Dudney; A. N. Morozovska; S. V. Kalinin, “Three-dimensional vector electrochemical strain microscopy,” Journal of Applied Physics, Vol 112, Issue 5, Article Number: 052020 (2012).
  39. Loïc Baggetto; Nancy Dudney; Sheng Dai; et al., Conference: 244th National Fall Meeting of the American-Chemical-Society (ACS), “Surface modifications of Li-Mn-Ni-O spinel thin film cathodes studied by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy,” Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society, Vol 244, Meeting Abstract: 593-ENFL (2012).
  40. Loïc Baggetto; Raymond R. Unocic; Nancy J. Dudney; et at., “Fabrication and characterization of Li-Mn-Ni-O sputtered thin film high voltage cathodes for Li-ion batteries,” Journal of Power Sources, Vol 211 (2012) 108-118.
  41. Nina Balke; Sergiy Kalnaus; Nancy J. Dudney; et al., “Local Detection of Activation Energy for Ionic Transport in Lithium Cobalt Oxide,” NANO Letters, Vol 12, Issue 7 (2012) 3399-3403.
  42. Joseph A. Singh; Steven H. Overbury; Nancy J. Dudney; et al., “Gold Nanoparticles Supported on Carbon Nitride: Influence of Surface Hydroxyls on Low Temperature Carbon Monoxide Oxidation,” ACS Catalysis, Vol 2, Issue 6 (2012) 1138-1146.
  43. Gabriel M. Veith; Jagjit Nanda; Laetitia H. Delmau; Nancy J. Dudney, “Influence of Lithium Salts on the Discharge Chemistry of Li-Air Cells,” Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, “Vol 3, Issue 10 (2012) 1242-1247.
  44. Jagjit Nanda; Hassina Bilheux; Sophie Voisin; Gabriel M. Veith; R. Archibald; L. Walker; S. Allu; Nancy J. Dudney; S. Pannala, “Anomalous Discharge Product Distribution in Lithium-Air Cathodes,” Journal of Physical Chemistry C, Vol 116, Issue 15 (2012) 8401-8408.
  45. Sergiy Kalnaus; Adrian S. Sabau; Wyatt E. Tenhaeff; Nancy J. Dudney; Claus Daniel, “Design of composite polymer electrolytes for Li ion batteries based on mechanical stability criteria,” Journal of Power Sources, Vol 201 (2012) 280-287.
  46. Jane Y. Howe; Lynn A. Boatner; James A. Kolopus; et al., “Vacuum-tight sample transfer stage for a scanning electron microscopic study of stabilized lithium metal particles,” Journal of Materials Science, Vol 47, Issue 3 (2012) 1572-1577.
  47. Surendra K. Martha; Jagjit Nanda; Gabriel M. Veith; Nancy J. Dudney, “Electrochemical and rate performance study of high-voltage lithium-rich composition: Li1.2Mn0.525Ni0.175Co0.1O2,” Journal of Power Sources, Vol 199 (2012) 220-226.
  48. Jun Qu; Huaqing Li; John J. Henry, Jr.; Surendra K. Martha; Nancy J. Dudney, “Self-aligned Cu-Si core-shell nanowire array as a high-performance anode for Li-ion batteries,” Journal of Power Sources, Vol 198, (2012) 312-317.
  49. W. E. Tenhaeff; K. A. Perry; N. J. Dudney, “Impedance Characterization of Li Ion Transport at the Interface between Laminated Ceramic and Polymeric Electrolytes,” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, Vol 159, Issue 12 (2012) A2118-A2123.
  50. Surendra K. Martha; Nancy J. Dudney; James O. Kiggans; et al., “Electrochemical Stability of Carbon Fibers Compared to Aluminum as Current Collectors for Lithium-Ion Batteries,” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, Vol 159, Issue 10 (2012) A1652-A1658.
  51. Asymmetric Rate Behaviors of Si Anodes for Lithium-Ion Batteries: Ultrafast De-Lithiation vs. Sluggish Lithiation at high current densities Juchuan Li.
  52. A Long-Lived Solid-State Lithium Battery for High Voltage Cathodes, Adv Mat
  53. The possibility of forming a sacrificial anode coating for MgMixed polyanion glass cathodes:  Iron phosphate vanadate glasses, Kercher, J ECS 2014 161, A2210.
  54. The Influence of Hydrocarbon and CO2 on the Reversibility of Li-O2 Chemistry Using In Situ Ambient Pressure X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy, Yi-chun Lu… YShao-Horn   J Phys Chem C 2013 117 25948.
  55. Advanced lithium battery cathodes using dispersed carbon fibers as current collector, S. K. Martha, J. O. Kiggans, J. Nanda, N. J. Dudney, J. Electrochem. Soc. 158 (9) (2011) A1060-A1066.
  56. Stephen Jesse, Nina Balke, Eugene Eliseev, Alexander Tselev, Nancy J. Dudney, Anna N. Morozovska, and Sergei V. Kalinin,  “Direct Mapping of Ionic Transport in a Si Anode on the Nanoscale: Time Domain Electrochemical Strain Spectroscopy Study”   ACS Nano 5 [12] (2011) 9682-9695. Doi:101021/nm203141g.
  57. Kevin J. Rhodes, Roberta Meisner, Melanie Kirkham, Nancy Dudney and Claus Daniel “In Situ XRD of Thin Film Tin Electrodes for Lithium Ion Batteries” J. Electrochem. Soc. 159 (3) A294-299 (2012).
  58. Jane Y. Howe, Lynn A. Boatner, James A. Kolopus, Larry R. Walker,  Chengdu Liang, Nancy J. Dudney , Charles R. Schaich,  “Vacuum-tight sample transfer stage for a scanning electron microscopic study of stabilized lithium metal particles”, J Mater Sci, 47[3] (2011) 1572-7, DOI 10.1007/s10853-011-6029-z.
  59. Kyler J. Carroll, Ming-Che Yang, Gabriel M. Veith, Nancy J. Dudney, and Ying Shirley Meng “Intrinsic Surface Stability in LiMn2–xNixO4–δ (x = 0.45, 0.5) High Voltage Spinel Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries”, Electrochemical and Solid-State Letters, 15 (5) A72-A75 (2012).
  60. Kevin Rhodes, Robera Meisner, Yoongu Kim, Nancy Dudney and Claus Daniel, “Evolution of Phase Transformation Behavior in Li(Mn1.5Ni0.5)O4 Cathodes Studied by In Situ XRD”,  J Electrochem. Soc.  158 (8) A890-897 (2011).
  61. Sergiy Kalnaus, Adrian S. Sabau, Sarah Newman, Wyatt E Tenhaeff, Claus Daniel, Nancy J Dudney,  “Effective conductivity of particulate polymer composite electrolytes using random resistor network method”, Solid State Ionics, 119-200 (2011) 44-53.
  62. WE Tenhaeff, X Yu, K Hong, KA Perry, NJ Dudney,   Ionic Transport Across Interfaces of Solid Glass and Polymer Electrolytes for Lithium Ion Batteries,” J Electrochem Soc. 158 [10] A1143-9 (2011).
  63. EG Herbert, WE Tenhaeff, NJ Dudney, GM Pharr,  ”Mechanical characterization of Lipon films using nanoindentation”,  Thin Solid Films, 520 (2011) 413-418.
  64. Gabriel M. Veith*, Jagjit Nanda, Jane Howe, and Nancy J. Dudney “Spectroscopic characterization of solid discharge products in Li-Air cells with aprotic carbonate electrolytes”, J. Phys. Chem. C (2011) 115, 14325-14333.
  65. Yoongu Kim, Gabriel M. Veith, Jagjit Nanda, Raymond R. Unocic, Miaofang Chi, and Nancy J. Dudney*, A nano-scale interfacial coating of a solid Li-ion conductor on Li1-xCoO2 particles, Yoongu Kim*, Electrochimica Acta. 56 (2011) 6573-6580 doi:10.1016/j.electacta.2011.03.070  
  66. Gabriel M. Veith and Nancy J. Dudney, “Current collectors for Rechargeable Li-Air Batteries,” J. Electrochem. Soc. 158 (6) A658-663 (2011).
  67. Surendra K. Martha, James O. Kiggans, Jagjit Nanda, Nancy J. Dudney, “Advanced Lithium Battery Cathodes using Loose Carbon Fibers as the Current Collector”, J. Electrochemical Soc. 158 [9] (2011) A1060-1066.
  68. Kevin Rhodes, Nancy Dudney, Edgar Lara-Curzio, and Claus Daniel, “Understanding the Degradation of Silicon Electrodes for Lithium-Ion Batteries Using Acoustic Emission,” J Electrochem. Soc. 157 (12) A1354-60 (2010)
  69. AK Kercher, JO Kiggans, NJ Dudney, “Carbon Fiber Paper Cathodes for Lithium Ion Batteries,” J. Electrochem Soc. 157 (2010) A1323.
  70. Analysis of Cycling Induced Fatigue in Electrode Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries, Kevin Rhodes, C. Daniel, E. Lara-Curzio, N Dudney, J Electrochem. Soc.
  71. Fan Xu, Nancy J. Dudney, Gabriel M. Veith, Yoongu Kim, Can Erdonmez, Wei Lai, and Yet-Ming Chiang Properties of Lithium Phosphorus Oxynitride (Lipon) for 3D Solid-State Lithium Batteries, , J Mat. Res 25 [8] (2010) 1507-15.
  72. Nina Balke, Stephen Jesse, Yoongu Kim, Leslie Adamczyk, Alexander Tselev, Ilia N. Ivanov, Nancy J. Dudney and Sergei V. Kalinin, “Real Space Mapping of Li-Ion Transport in Amorphous Si Anodes with Nanometer Resolution,” Nano Letters  10 (2010) 3420-3425.
  73. N. Balke, S. Jesse, A. N. Morozovske, E. Eliseev, D. W. chung, Y. Kim, L. Adamczyk, R. E. Garcia, , N. J. Dudney and S. V. Kalinin, “ Nanoscale mapping of ion diffusion in a lithium-ion battery cathode,”  Nature Nanotechnology, 10.1038/NNANO.2010.174  5 (10) 749-754 (2010).
  74. Wei Lai, Can K Erdonmez, Thomas F. Marinis, Caroline K Bjune, Nancy J. Dudney, Fan Xu, Ryan Wartena, Yet-Ming Chiang,  “Ultrahigh Energy Density Microbatteries Enabled by New Electrode Architecture and Micropackaging Design,”  Adv. Materials, 22 (2010) E1-E6.
  75. Chengdu Liang, Nancy J Dudney, Jane Y Howe, “Hierarchiacally Structured Sulfur/Carbon Nanocomposite Material for High Energy Lithium Battery,” Chemistry of Materials, 21 (2009) 4724-4730.
  76. Gabriel M. Veith, Andrew R. Lupini, Nancy J. Dudney, “Influence of support hydroxides on the catalytic activity of oxidized gold clusters” Chem. Cat. Chem. 2 (2010) 281-286.
  77. Gabriel M. Veith, Andrew R. Lupini, Sergey Rashkeev, Stephen J. Pennycook, David R. Mullins, Viviane Schwartz, Craig A. Bridges, and Nancy J. Dudney, “Thermal Stability and Catalytic Activity of gold Nanoparticle Supported on Silica,”  Journal of Catalysis, 262 (2009) 92.
  78. Gabriel M. Veith, Andrew R. Lupini, and Nancy J. Dudney, “Role of pH in the formation of structurally stable and catalytically active TiO2-supported gold catalysts,” J. Phys. Chem. C. 113 [1] (2009) 269.
  79. Nancy J. Dudney, “Thin Film Micro-Batteries,” (invited article for special topical edition), The Electrochemical Society Interface 17 [3] (2008) pg 44.
  80. A. K. Kercher, N.J. Dudney, J. O. Kiggans, and J. W. Klett, “Coated porous carbon cathodes for lithium ion batteries,”  ECS Transactions, Vol.13, no.19 (2008) pg.109.
  81. Andrew R. Lupini, Gabriel M. Veith, Nancy J. Dudney, Stephen J. Pennycook., "STEM studies of Novel Gold Catalysts"  Microscopy and Microanalysis, 14 (Suppl. 2), ed. by C. E. Lyman, R. L. Price,  D. J. Smith, E. Dickey, B. Herman, H. Schatten, C. S. Goldsmith, N. Yao, R. E. Edelmann, and J. Shields, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 2008.
  82. Nancy J. Dudney, “Thin Film Batteries for Energy Harvesting,” Chapter 13 in Energy Harvesting Technologies,  ed. by Shashank Priya and Daniel J. Inman, Springer publisher,  pp. 349-357, December 2008. Invited book chapter.
  83. Gabriel M. Veith, Andrew R. Lupini, and Nancy J. Dudney, “Magnetron Sputtering to Prepare Supported Metal Catlaysts,”  invited book chapter.
  84. Jian Hong, Chunsheng Wang, Nancy J Dudney, and Michael J. Lance, “Characterization and Performance of LiFePO4 Thin-Film Cathodes Prepared with Radio-Frequency Magnetron-Sputter Deposition,” J. Electrochem. Soc.  154 (2007) A805.
  85. Sea H. Park, Chengdu Liang, Sheng Dai, Nancy J. Dudney, David W. DePaoli, “Mesoporous Carbon Materials as Electrodes for Electrochemical Double-Layer Capacitor,” in Mobile Energy, edited by A. Nathan, G. Amaratunga, M. Nookala, L.G. Scanlon, E. Morinobu, Mater. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. 973E, Warrendale, PA, (2007) 0973-BB07-04.
  86. N. J. Dudney, T. N. Tiegs, J. O. Kiggans, Y.-I. Jang, J. W. Klett, “Graphite Foams for Lithium-Ion Battery Current Collectors,” ECS Transactions, Vol.3, (27) 23 (2007).
  87. G. M. Veith, A. R. Lupini, S. J. Pennycook, A. Villa, L. Pratt, and N.J. Dudney, “Magnetron sputtering of gold nanoparticles onto WO3 and activated carbon,”  Catalysis Today 122 (2007) 248.
  88. Young-Il Jang, Nancy J. Dudney, Terry  N. Tiegs, James W. Klett, “Evaluation of the electrochemical stability of graphite foams as current collectors for lead acid batteries,”  J. Power Sources  161 (2006) 1392.
  89. G. M. Veith, A. R. Lupini, S. J. Pennycook, N. J. Dudney, "The use of Magnetron Sputtering for the Production of Heterogeneous Catalysts,"  Studies of Surface Science and Catalysis, vol. 162, ed. by E. M. Gaigneaux, Elsevier, NY (2006) 71-78  (invited).
  90. Gabriel M. Veith, Andrew R. Lupini, Stephen J. Pennycook, Gary W. Ownby, and Nancy J. Dudney, “Nanoparticles of gold on γ-Al2O3 produced by dc magnetron sputtering,” J. Catal. 231 (2005) 151-158.
  91. N. A. Frey, R. Hajndl, S. Srikanth, N.J. Dudney, “Microstructure and Magnetism in Barium Strontium Titanate (BSTO) – Barium Hexaferrite (BaF) Multilayers,” Mat. Res. Bull. 40 (2005) 1286.
  92. S. Srinath, N. A. Frey, R. Heindl, H. Srikanth, K. R. Coffey, N. J. Dudney, “Growth and characterization of sputtered BSTO/BaM Multilayers,”  J. Appl. Phys. 97 (2005) 1-3.
  93. Gabriel M. Veith, Richard E. Sykora, Nancy J. Dudney, “Preparation of Bi Nanowires from the Reaction between Ammonia and Bi1.7V8O16,” Chem. Mater. 16 (2004) 3348-3351.
  94. N. J. Dudney, “Solid-State Thin-Film Rechargeable Lithium Batteries,” Mat. Sci. Eng. B, 116 (2005) 245-249, invited.
  95. G. Veith and N. J. Dudney, “Preparation of Thin-Film Neutron Converter Foils for Imaging Detectors,” IEEE Trans. Nuclear Science, 51 (2004) 1034-1038.
  96. C. L. Britton, W. L. Bryan, A. L Wintenberg, R. J. Warmack, T. E. McKnight, S. S. Frank, R. G. Cooper, N. J. Dudney, G. M. Veith, A. C. Stephan, “A Detector for Neutron Imaging,”  IEEE Trans. Nuclear Science, 51 (2004) 1016-1019.
  97. N. J. Dudney, "Glass and Ceramic Electrolytes for Lithium and Lithium-ion Batteries," Chapter 20 in Lithium Batteries: Science and Technology ed. by G-A Nazri and  G Pistoia, Kluwer Publishing Company, Norwell, Massachusetts, 2004, pp 623-642. (invited).
  98. N. J. Dudney, Y-I. Jang, "Analysis of thin-film lithium batteries with cathodes of 50 nm to 4 µm thick LiCoO2," J. Power Sources, 119-120 (2003) 300-304.
  99. Y-I Jang, N. J. Dudney, D. A. Blom, L. F. Allard, "Electrochemical and electron microscopic characterization of thin-film LiCoO2 cathodes under high-voltage cycling conditions,"  J. Power Sources, 119-120 (2003) 295-299.
  100. P. Limthongkul, Y-I. Jang, N. J. Dudney, Y.-M. Chiang, "Electrochemically-induced Solid-state amorphization in Lithium-Silicon Alloys and Implication for Lithium Storage," Acta. Met. 51 (2003) 1103-1113.
  101. P. Limthongkul, Y-I. Jang, N. J. Dudney, Y.-M. Chiang, "Electrochemically-driven solid-state amorphization in lithium-metal anodes," J. Power Sources, 119-120 (2003) 604-609.
  102. B. B. Owens, C. L. Holmes, J. Bates, W. H. Smyrl,  N. J. Dudney, B. J. Neudecker, S. Passerini, "Batteries for micropower applications," Chapter 11 in Electochemical Microsystems (New Trends in Electrochemical Technologies), edited by T. Osaka, M. Dahta, and J. W. Schultze, Taylor and Francis, 2000, pp. 286-320 (invited).
  103. R. Hajndl, J. Sanders,  H. Srikanth, N. J. Dudney, "Growth and characterization of BSTO/hexaferrite composite thin films,"  J. Appl. Phys. 93 (2003) 7999-8001.
  104. Y-I. Jang, N. J. Dudney, D. A. Blom, L. F. Allard, "High-Voltage Cycling Behavior of Thin-Film LiCoO2 Cathodes,"  J. Electrochem. Soc. 149 (2002) A1442-7.
  105. Y-I. Jang, B. J. Neudecker, and N. J. Dudney, "Lithium diffusion in LixCoO2 (0.45<x<0.7) Intercalation Cathodes," Electrochem. Solid-state Letters 4 (2001) A74-77.
  106. N. J. Dudney, B. J. Neudecker, and J. B. Bates, "Rechargeable Thin-film Batteries with LiMn2O4 and LiCoO2 Cathodes," in Micro Power Sources, K. Zaghib and S. Surampudi (editors), Proc. Electrochem. Soc. PV 2000-3 (2003) 1-6 (invited).
  107. N. J. Dudney, “Addition of a Thin-Film Inorganic Solid Electrolyte (Lipon) as a Protective Film in Lithium Batteries with a Liquid Electrolyte,” J. Power Sources 89 (2000) 176-9.
  108. N. J. Dudney and B. J. Neudecker, “Solid State Thin-Film Lithium Battery Systems,” p. 479-82 in Current Opinion in Solid State and Materials Science:  Ceramics, Composites, and Intergrowths, 4 (1999) ed. by I.-W. Chen and Y.-M. Chiang, Elsevier Science Ltd., Oxford, United Kingdom.  (invited).
  109. N. J. Dudney, J. B. Bates, and B. J. Neudecker, “Thin-Film Materials for Rechargeable Batteries,” p. 9302-6 in Encyclopedia of Materials:  Science and Technology, Electroceramics Section, ed. K. H. J. Buschow, Elsevier, New York, 2001.
  110. J. B. Bates, N. J. Dudney, B. Neudecker, A. Ueda, and C. D. Evans, “Thin-Film Lithium and Lithium-Ion Batteries,” Solid State Ionics," 135 (2000) 33-45, Twelfth International Conference on Solid State Ionics, Thessaloniki, Greece, June 6–12, 1999 (invited).
  111. B. J. Neudecker, N. J. Dudney, and J. B. Bates, “Lithium-Free Thin-Film Battery with In Situ Plated Li Anode,” J. Electrochem. Soc. 147 (2000) 517-23.
  112. J. B. Bates, N. J. Dudney, B. J. Neudecker, F. X. Hart, H. P. Jun, and S. A. Hackney, “Preferred Orientation of Polycrystalline LiCoO2 Films,” J. Electrochem. Soc. 147 (2000) 59-70.
  113. N. J. Dudney, J. B. Bates, C. D. Evans, and F. X. Hart, “Hysteresis in Thin-Film Rechargeable Lithium Batteries,” p.341 in Ceramics Transactions,   vol. 109 (2000) Processing and Characterization of Electrochemical Materials and Devices, American Ceramic Society, Westerville, Ohio.
  114. N. J. Dudney, J. B. Bates, R. A. Zuhr, S. Young, J. D. Robertson, H. P. Jun, and S. A. Hackney, “Nanocrystalline LixMn2-yO4 Cathodes for Solid State Thin-Film Rechargeable Lithium Batteries,” J. Electrochem. Soc. 146, 2455 (1999).
  115. N. J. Dudney, “Dual Source Radio Frequency Magnetron Sputtering of CaF2,” X3.11:1 in Handbook of Thin Film Process Technology, ed. by D. A. Glocker and S. Ismat Shah, IOP Publishing Ltd. 1999 (invited).
  116. J. B. Bates, N. J. Dudney, B. Neudecker, and B. Wang, “Thin-Film Lithium Batteries,” p. 453, Chapter 13 in Energy Storage Systems in Electronics: New Trends in Electrochemical Technology, ed. by T. Osaka and M. Datta, Gordon and Breach, Newark, New Jersey (1999) (invited).
  117. J. B. Bates, N. J. Dudney, and B. Neudecker, “Rechargeable Thin-Film Lithium and Lithium-Ion Batteries,” p. 45 in Proceedings of The First Hawaii Battery Conference, ed. by A. N. Dey, ARAD Enterprises, Hilo, Hawaii, 1998.
  118. N. J. Dudney, “Radio Frequency Magnetron Sputter Deposition of CaF2 Films,” J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A 16, 615 (1998).
  119. J. B. Bates and N. J. Dudney, “Thin-Film Rechargeable Lithium Batteries for Implantable Devices,” J. ASAIO 43, M644 (1997).
  120. N. J. Dudney, J. B. Bates, Dan Lubben, and F. X. Hart, “Thin-Film Rechargeable Lithium Batteries with Amorphous LixMn2O4 Cathodes,” p. 201 in Thin-Film Solid Ionic Devices and Materials, ed. by J. B. Bates, Electrochemical Society, Pennington, New Jersey, 1996.
  121. J. B. Bates, D. Lubben, N. J. Dudney, R. A. Zuhr, and F. X. Hart, “5-Volt and 4.6 V Plateaus in LiMn2O4 Thin Films,” p. 215 in Thin-Film Solid Ionic Devices and Materials, ed. by J. B. Bates, Electrochemical Society, Pennington, New Jersey, 1996.
  122. N. J. Dudney, J. B. Bates, and D. Lubben, “Thin-Film Rechargeable Lithium Batteries,” p. 113 in Role of Ceramics in Advanced Electrochemical Systems, American Ceramic Society,Westerville, Ohio, 1996 (invited).
  123. J. B. Bates, D. Lubben, and N. J. Dudney, “Thin-Film Li-LiMn2O4 Batteries,” Aerosp. Electron. Systm. Mag. 10, 30 (1995).
  124. J. B. Bates, D. Lubben, and N. J. Dudney, “Thin-Film Li-LiMn2O4 Batteries,” p. 319 in Proceedings of the Tenth Annual Battery Conference on Applications and Advances, ed. By H. A. Frank and H. Oman, IEEE, New York, New York, 1995.
  125. J. B. Bates, D. Lubben, N. J. Dudney, and F. X. Hart, “Five-Volt Plateau in LiMn2O4 Thin Films,” J. Electrochem. Soc. 142, L149 (1995).
  126. N. J. Dudney, J. B. Bates, and D. Lubben, “Thin-Film Rechargeable Lithium Batteries,” p. 217 in Proceedings of the Annual Automotive Technology Development Contractors’ Coordination Meeting 1994, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., Warrendale, Pennsylvania, 1995.       
  127. J. B. Bates, N. J. Dudney, D. C. Lubben, G. R. Gruzalski, B. S. Kwak, X. Yu, and R. A. Zuhr, “Thin-Film Rechargeable Lithium Batteries,” J. Power Sources 54, 58 (1995).     
  128. J. B. Bates, G. R. Gruzalski, N. J. Dudney, C. F. Luck, and X. Yu, “Thin-Film Rechargeable Lithium Batteries,” p. 204 in Proceedings of The Science of Advanced Batteries, ed. by D. A. Scherson, The Ernest B. Yeager Center for Electrochemical Sciences, Cleveland, Ohio, 1995.
  129. N. J. Dudney, “Composite Electrolytes,” p. 231 in Handbook of Solid State Batteries and Capacitors, Chapter 12, ed. by M. Z. A. Munshi, World Scientific Publishing Company, 1995 (Invited).
  130. J. B. Bates, G. R. Gruzalski, N. J. Dudney, C. F. Luck, and X. Yu, “Rechargeable Thin-Film Lithium Batteries, Solid State Ionics 70/71, 619 (1994). 
  131. J. B. Bates, G. R. Gruzalski, N. J. Dudney, C. F. Luck, and X. Yu, “Rechargeable Thin-Film Lithium Batteries,” p. 213 in Proceedings of Eighth Electronic Materials and Processing Congress, ed. by S. T. Rao, ASM International, Materials Park, Ohio, 1994.
  132. J. B. Bates, G. R. Gruzalski, N. J. Dudney, and C. F. Luck, “New Amorphous Thin-Film Lithium Electrolyte and Rechargeable Microbattery,” p. 337 in Proceedings of 35th International Power Sources Symposium, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Piscataway, New Jersey, 1993.
  133. J. B. Bates, N. J. Dudney, C. F. Luck, B. C. Sales, R. A. Zuhr, and J. D. Robertson, “Deposition and Characterization of Li2O-SiO2-P2O5 Thin Films,” J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 76, 929 (1993).
  134. J. B. Bates, G. R. Gruzalski, N. J. Dudney, C. F. Luck, X. Yu, and S. D. Jones, “Rechargeable Thin-Film Lithium Microbatteries,” Solid State Technology 36 (7), 59 (July 1993).
  135. N. J. Dudney, J. B. Bates, and J. D. Robertson, “Radio-Frequency Magnetron Sputtering of Pure and Mixed Targets of Li4SiO4, Li3PO4, and Li2O,” J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A 11, 377 (1993).
  136. J. B. Bates, N. J. Dudney, G. R. Gruzalski, R. A. Zuhr, A. Choudhury, C. F. Luck, and J. D. Robertson, “Fabrication and Characterization of Amorphous Lithium Electrolyte Thin Films and Rechargeable Thin-Film Batteries,” J. Power Sources 43–44, 103 (1993).
    J. B. Bates, G. R. Gruzalski, N. J. Dudney, C. F. Luck, X.-H. Yu, and S. D. Jones, “Rechargeable Thin-Film Lithium Microbatteries,” Solid State Technology 36, 59 (July 1993).
  137. J. B. Bates, N. J. Dudney, C. F. Luck, B. C. Sales, and R. A. Zuhr, “Deposition and Characterization of Li2O-SiO2-P2O5 Thin Films,” J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 76, 929 (1993).
  138. J. B. Bates, N. J. Dudney, C. F. Luck, R. A. Zuhr, G. R. Gruzalski, A. Choudhury, and J. D. Robertson, International Society for Solid-State Ionics Letters 3, 9 (1992).
  139. N. J. Dudney, J. B. Bates, R. A. Zuhr, and C. F. Luck, “Sputtering of Lithium Compounds for Preparation of Electrolyte Thin Films,” Solid State Ionics 53–56, 655 (1992).
  140. J. B. Bates, N. J. Dudney, G. R. Gruzalski, R. A. Zuhr, A. Choudhury, and C. F. Luck, “Electronic Properties of Amorphous Lithium Electrolyte Thin Films,” Solid State Ionics 53–56, 647 (1992).
    J. D. Robertson, J. B. Bates, N. J. Dudney, and R. A. Zuhr, “Ion Beam Analysis of Lithium-Ion Conducting Amorphous Electrolyte Films,” Nucl. Inst. Meth. B56/57, 722 (1991).
  141. A. L. Wachs, J. B. Bates, N. J. Dudney, and C. F. Luck, “Plasma Diagnostic Studies of the Influence of Process Variables Upon the Atomic and Molecular Species Ejected from (1-x)Li4SiO4:xLi3PO4 Targets During Radio Frequency Magnetron Sputtering,” J. Vac. Sci. Technol A 9, 492 (1991).
  142. N. J. Dudney, “Enhanced Ionic Conduction in Silver Halide-Alumina Composites,” J. Imag. Sci. 34, 104 (1990).
  143. J. B. Bates, N. J. Dudney, B. C. Sales, J. D. Robertson, R. A. Zuhr, G. R. Gruzalski, and C. F. Luck, “Thin Amorphous Electrolytes:  The Li2O-SiO2-P2O5 System,” Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. 210, 569 (1991).
  144. N. J. Dudney, J. B. Bates, J. D. Robertson, and C. F. Luck, “Sputter Deposition of Lithium Silicate–Lithium Phosphate Amorphous Electrolytes,” Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. 210, 579 (1991).
  145. N. J. Dudney and J. B. Bates, "Ion Exchange Reaction of Silver and Sodium b"- Alumina in Molten Mercury Salts," Solid State Ionics  34, 53 (1989).
  146. J. B. Bates, N. J. Dudney, C. F. Luck, and L. Klatt, “Deposition of Electrolyte and Cathode Thin Films by Magnetron Sputtering,” Ceram. Trans. 11, 35 (1990).
  147. J. B. Bates, N. J. Dudney, Y. T. Chu, and P. Mazumdar, “Properties of Electrolyte and Electrode Films Prepared by Rf and Dc Magnetron Sputtering,” Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. 135, 143 (1989).
  148. N. J. Dudney, "Composite Electrolytes," pp. 103–120, Vol. 19 in Ann. Rev.  Mat. Sci. 19, 103 (1989).  (Invited)
  149. N. J. Dudney, "Enhanced Ionic Conductivity in Composite Electrolytes," Solid State Ionics 28–30, 1065 (1988) (invited).
  150. N. J. Dudney, "Enhanced Ion Conduction in AgCl-Al2O3 Composites Induced by Plastic Deformation," J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 70, 65 (1987).
  151. N. J. Dudney and J. B. Bates, "Hydration of Sodium β- and β"-Aluminas," J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 70, 816–21 (1987).
  152. J. C. Wang and N. J. Dudney, "Model for the Composition Dependence of Conductivity of an Ionic Conductor Containing Submicron Particles of an Insulator,"Solid State Ionics 18/19, 112 (1986).
  153. N. J. Dudney, "Effect of Interfacial Space Charge Polarization on the Ionic Conductivity of Composite Electrolytes," J. Amer. Ceram. Soc. 68, 538 (1985).
  154. J. B. Bates, N. J. Dudney, and J. C. Wang, "Diffusion of Hydrogen in Pb β"-Alumina," J. Appl. Phys. 58, 4587 (1985).
  155. J. C. Wang, J. B. Bates, and N. J. Dudney, "Ionic Conduction and Water Diffusion in Li β-Alumina," p. 87-101 in Lithium:  Current Applications in Science, Medicine, and Technology,, ed. by R. O. Bach, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (1985).
  156. N. J. Dudney, "Ceramic Composites for Nonstructural Applications," in Future Directions for Research on Composite Materials at Oak Ridge National Laboratory,  ORNL/TM-9010, compiled by S. A. David and L. A. Boatner (January 1984).
  157. J. B. Bates, J. C. Wang and N. J. Dudney, "Local Fields and Infrared Absorption Intensities of H2O in Hydrated β-Alumina," J. Chem. Phy. 80, 123 (1984).
  158. J. B. Bates, N. J. Dudney, and J. C. Wang, "Hydration of β- and β"-Alumina," p. 562 in Proceedings of the 12th North American Thermal Analysis Society Conference, ed. by Jean C. Buck, North American Thermal Analysis Society, Wilmington, Delaware, 1984.
  159. N. J. Dudney, J. B. Bates, and W. E. Brundage, "Raman Measurements of the Mobile Cation Vibrations in Na, K, Ag and Li β"-Alumina, Solid State Ionics 9/10, 207 (1983).
  160. J. B. Bates, J. C. Wang, N. J. Dudney, and W. E. Brundage, "Hydration of β"-Alumina," Solid State Ionics 9/10, 237 (1983).
  161. N. J. Dudney, J. B. Bates, and J. C. Wang, "Hydration of Lithium β -Alumina," J. Chem. Phys. 77, 4857 (1982).
  162. J. B. Bates, N. J. Dudney, G. M. Brown, J. C. Wang, and R. Frech, "Structure and Spectra of H2O in Hydrated β -Alumina," J. Chem. Phys. 77, 4838 (1982).
  163. J. B. Bates, J. C. Wang, and N. J. Dudney, "Solid Electrolytes—the Beta- Aluminas," Physics Today  35, 46 (1982).
  164. N. J. Dudney, J. B. Bates, and J. C. Wang, "Diffusion of Water in Lithium β-Alumina," Phys. Rev. B  24, 6831 (1981).
  165. N. J. Dudney, J. B. Bates, J. C. Wang, G. M. Brown, B. C. Larson, and H. Engstrom, "Intercalation of Water into Lithium β -Alumina," Solid State Ionics 5, 225­28 (1981).
  166. J. C. Wang, J. B. Bates, N. J. Dudney, and H. Engstrom, "Study of β- and β"-Aluminas by Means of Potential Energy Calculations," Solid State Ionics 5, 35-40 (1981).
  167. B. C. Larson, J. B. Bates, N. J. Dudney, and J. F. Barhorst, "Effect of Hydration on Conduction Ion Correlations in Na b"-Alumina," Solid State Ionics 5, 237-40 (1981).
  168. J. B. Bates, H. Engstrom, J. C. Wang, B. C. Larson, N. J. Dudney, and W. E.  Brundage, "Composition, Ion-Ion Correlations, and Conductivity of Beta"-Alumina," Solid State Ionics 5, 159 (1981).
  169. Y. Chen, N. Dudney, J. Narayan, and V. M. Orera, "Subthreshold [Li]° Formation and Decoration of Strained Regions in Crystalline MgO," Philos. Mag. 44, 63  (1981).
  170. N. J. Dudney, R. L. Coble, and H. L. Tuller, "Galvanic Cell Measurements with Stabilized Zirconia and Platinum Probes," J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 64 (10), 621 (1981).
  171. N. J. Dudney, R. L. Coble, and H. L. Tuller, "Electrical Conductivity of Pure and Yttria Doped Uranium Dioxide," J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 64 (11), 627 (1981).

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