1. M. Krajewski, M. Michalska, B. Hamankiewicz, D. Ziolkowska, K. P. Korona, J. B. Jasinski, M. Kaminska, L. Lipinska, A. Czerwinski, Li4Ti5O12 modified with Ag nanoparticles as an advanced anode material in lithium-ion batteries, Journal of Power Sources 245 (2014) 764-771.
2. B. Hamankiewicz, M. Michalska, M. Krajewski, D. Ziolkowska, L. Lipińska, M. Kamińska, A. Czerwinski, The effect of electrode thickness on electrochemical performance of LiMn2O4 cathode synthesized by modified sol-gel method, Solid State Ionics 2014 doi.org/10.1016/j.ssi.2013.08.010, in press.
3. J. B. Jasinski, D. Ziolkowska, M. Michalska, L. Lipinska, K. P. Korona, M. Kamińska, Novel Graphene Oxide/Manganese Oxide Nanocomposites, RSC Advances 3 (2013) 22857-22862.
4. Ł Majchrzycki, M. Michalska, M. Walkowiak, Z. Wiliński, L. Lipińska, Graphene oxide-assisted synthesis of LiMn2O4 nanopowder, Polish Journal of Chemical Technology 15 3 (2013) 15-19.
5. E. Talik, L. Lipińska, P. Zajdel, A. Załóg, M. Michalska, A. Guzik, Electronic structure and magnetic properties of LiMn1.5M0.5O4 (M = Al, Mg, Ni, Fe) and LiMn2O4/TiO2 nanocrystalline electrode materials, Journal of Solid State Chemistry 206 (2013) 257-264.
6. M. Aksienionek, M. Michalska, M. Wasiucionek, L. Lipińska, M. Mirkowska, S. Gierlotka, LiFePO4 – carbon composites obtained by high-pressure technique: studies on the structure and physical properties, Solid State Ionics 225 (2012) 676-679.
7. E. Talik, A. Załóg, D. Skrzypek, A. Guzik, P. Zajdel, M. Michalska, L. Lipińska: LiMn2O4 nanocrystalline electrode materials, Crystal Research and Technology 47 No. 3 (2012) 351-362.
8. M. Michalska, L. Lipińska, M. Mirkowska, M. Aksienionek, R. Diduszko, M. Wasiucionek: Nanocrystalline lithium-manganese oxide spinels for Li- ion batteries – sol-gel synthesis and characterization of their structure and selected physical properties, Solid State Ionics 188 (2011) 160–164.
9. K. P. Korona, J. Papierska, M. Kamińska, A. Witowski, M. Michalska, L. Lipińska: Raman measurements of temperature dependencies of phonons in LiMnPO4, Materials Chemistry and Physics 127 (2011) 391–396.
10. Monika Michalska, Ludwika Lipińska, Ryszard Diduszko, Marta Mazurkiewicz, Artur Małolepszy, Leszek Stobinski, Krzysztof J. Kurzydłowski: Chemical syntheses of nanocrystalline lithium manganese oxide spinel, Physica Status Solidi C 8 No. 7–8 (2011) 2538–2541.
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