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SEISoftware Engineering Institute (Carnegie Mellon)
SEIStockholm Environment Institute
SEISolar Energy International
SEISistem Educational Informatizat (Romanian: Information Technology-Based Educational System)
SEISouthern Enterprises, Inc. (Dallas, TX)
SEIStrategic Emerging Industries
SEIScience Education International (journal; International Council of Associations for Science Education)
SEIScience and Engineering Indicators
SEISystems Evolution, Inc. (Boston, MA)
SEISustainable Energy Initiative (various organizations)
SEISumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd (Japan)
SEISoftware Engineering Institute
SEISecurity Enabling Interface
SEISet Interrupt
SEISwitch Engineering Information
SEIStatement of Economic Interest (various locations)
SEIStructural Engineering Institute (ASCE)
SEISafety Equipment Institute
SEIService Endpoint Interface (Web coding)
SEISales Engineer Industrial
SEISocial Enterprise Institute (various locations)
SEISocial Enterprise Initiative (various universities)
SEISistema Eletrônico de Intercâmbio de Informações (Portuguese: Electronic Information Exchange System; Brazil)
SEISocial Entrepreneurship Initiative (various organizations)
SEISpalding Education International (Phoenix, AZ)
SEISpace Exploration Initiative
SEISussex European Institute (UK)
SEIScience Education Institute (Philippines)
SEISelf Esteem Inventory (psychology)
SEISupplemental Enhancement Information
SEI7-Eleven, Inc
SEISummit Education Initiative (Ohio)
SEISolid Electrolyte Interface (energy storage)
SEISony Electronics Inc.
SEISpecific Emitter Identification
SEISave Ellis Island (Budd Lake, NJ)
SEIStrategic Equity Investments (various companies)
SEISecondary Electron Imaging
SEISammons Enterprises Inc. (Dallas, TX)
SEIService Enterprises, Inc. (various locations)
SEISystems Engineering & Integration
SEISocio-Economic Index
SEISpecial Experience Identifier
SEISociedad Española de Implantes (Spanish)
SEIService de l'Environnement Industriel (French: Industrial Environment Department)
SEISearch Engine Indexer (software)
SEISustainable Energy Institute
SEISensitive Ecosystem Inventory (Canada)
SEISäästva Eesti Instituut (Stockholm Environment Institute)
SEISales Excellence Institute (University of Houston)
SEISpace Engineering Institute
SEISummer Educational Institute (Art Libraries Society of North America)
SEISINOPEC Engineering Incorporation
SEISindacato Edilizia e Industria
SEISystems and Electronics Inc.
SEISeebeck Effect Imaging
SEIScheie Eye Institute (University of Pennsylvania)
SEILa Semaine de l'Education Internationale (French: International Education Week)
SEISymposium on Electrical Insulation
SEISupplementary Enhancement Information (digital TV)
SEISupport Equipment Installation
SEISouth East Indiana
SEISelect Engineering, Inc. (Tulsa, OK)
SEISurvey of Emotional Intelligence
SEISupport Equipment Illustration
SEISpecial Emphasis Item
SEIStock Exchange Interface
SEISignalétique Enseignes Industrielles (French signage company)
SEISocio-Economically Incompatible
SEISet Interupt Status (6502/6510 assembly language)
SEIServices Environmental, Inc. (Phoenixville, Pennsylvania)
SEISociété d'Etudes pour l'Industrie (French: Society of Studies for Industry)
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It has also been further developed and extended by others, for example, to account for designs with multiple electrode materials, the formation of a solid electrolyte interface, and alternative electrode kinetics.
ChemSEI-Linker covers lithium battery electrodes and protects them from a solid electrolyte interface (SEI) layer that forms on electrodes during the discharge/charge process.
Meanwhile, the intensities of peaks of the following two cycles are reduced, indicating the formation of solid electrolyte interface (SEI) film and other some irreversible reactions in the first cycle [28].
ChemSEI-Linker is an artificial nanoscale solid electrolyte interface of unique composition and structure that stabilizes lithium battery electrodes, increasing battery life by up to 100 percent.
During the first charge step, there was consumption of lithium to form the solid electrolyte interface (SEI).
Abbreviations ROHG: Randomly Oriented High Graphene OCV: Open Circuit Voltage GIC: Graphite intercalation compounds SEI: Solid electrolyte interface emf: Electromotive force.
Secondly, the huge and repeated volume change during the charge/discharge process prevents the formation of a layer of stable solid electrolyte interface (SEI).
More recently, to improve the cycling stability of silicon anode materials, some new nanostructures with Si nanoparticles encapsulated in continuous hollow carbon tubes have gained much attention due to the enhanced electrical conductivity and stable solid electrolyte interface (SEI).
When batteries begin operating, decomposition of the lithium-ion electrolyte forms a solid electrolyte interface (SEI) on the surface of the anode.
However, the cracking of the silicon-based anodes due to the important volume variation of the Si particles (up to ~300 %) with lithiation has a negative effect on their cycle life by inducing a loss of electronic connectivity within the composite electrode in addition to be unfavorable to the formation of a stable solid electrolyte interface (SEI) resulting in severe electrolyte degradation at the surface of the Si particles.
Regarding the acoustic activity, a small increase is observed at the beginning of the charge and may be related to surface reactions such as the reduction of the native Si oxides and/or the formation of the solid electrolyte interface (SEI).