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A Li3N protection layer is fabricated on the surface of a Li anode by an in situ method to suppress the shuttle effect on the basis of anode protection. The discharge capacity is retained at 773 mA h g(-1) after 500 cycles with an average coulombic efficiency of 92.3% in the electrolyte without LiNO3, while the sulfur loading of the simple sulfur cathode… (More)
A room temperature hybrid electrolyte based lithium-sulfur cell was successfully cycled with an excellent coulombic efficiency of 100%. The initial discharge specific capacities of up to 1528 mA h g(-1), 1386 mA h g(-1) and 1341 mA h g(-1), respectively, at C/20, C/5 and C/2 rates were realized and remained at 720 mA h g(-1) after 40 cycles at the C/5 rate.