Charging into the future with new electroactive lithium host for high-energy-density lithium metal batteries
Scientists from Korea have proposed a new electroactive lithium host based on a microgrid-patterned silicon electrode.
Research published online in Energy & Environmental Science in April 2022
Lithium-metal batteries can potentially meet our growing high energy demands, but suffer from electrochemically inert constituents. Now, a study by scientists from Korea proposes a new electroactive lithium host based on a microgrid-patterned silicon electrode as a promising platform for developing high-energy-density lithium-metal batteries.
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