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Lithium-ion batteries. A look into the future
A critical overview of the latest developments in the lithium ion batteries technology is reported. We first describe the evolution in the electrolyte area with particular attention to ionic liquids,
The Role of AlF3 Coatings in Improving Electrochemical Cycling of Li‐Enriched Nickel‐Manganese Oxide Electrodes for Li‐Ion Batteries
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The AlF(3)-coating enhanced the overall electrochemical characteristics of the electrode while overcoming the typical shortcomings of lithium-enriched cathodes, attributed to the transformation of the initial electrode layer to a spinel phase, induced by the Li chemical leaching effect of the AlF (3) coating layer.
An improved high-performance lithium-air battery.
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This work demonstrates a lithium-air battery capable of operating over many cycles with capacity and rate values as high as 5,000 mAh g(carbon)(-1) and 3 A g( carbon)(- 1), respectively, and estimates an energy density value that is much higher than those offered by the currently available lithium-ion battery technology.
An advanced lithium-ion battery based on a graphene anode and a lithium iron phosphate cathode.
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An advanced lithium-ion battery based on a graphene ink anode and a lithium iron phosphate cathode is reported, demonstrating an optimal battery performance in terms of specific capacity, of an estimated energy density and a stable operation for over 80 charge-discharge cycles.
Moving to a Solid‐State Configuration: A Valid Approach to Making Lithium‐Sulfur Batteries Viable for Practical Applications
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To assure the use of lithium ion batteries for applications that extend beyond the electronic market, such as for electric or hybrid vehicles, improvements in energy density and safety are urgently required.
An Advanced Lithium‐Sulfur Battery
A lithium‐sulfur battery employing a high performances mesoporous hard carbon spherules‐sulfur cathode and a stable, highly conducting electrolyte is reported. The results demonstrate that the
A Novel Concept for the Synthesis of an Improved LiFePO4 Lithium Battery Cathode
This paper describes the synthesis and the properties of a kinetically improved LiFePO 4 cathode material. The novel aspect of the synthesis is based on a critical step involving the dispersion of
Lithium Batteries: Advanced Technologies and Applications
CONTRIBUTORS vii PREFACE ix CHAPTER 1 ELECTROCHEMICAL CELLS: BASICS 1 Hubert Gasteiger, Katharina Krischer, and Bruno Scrosati CHAPTER 2 LITHIUM BATTERIES: FROM EARLY STAGES TO THE FUTURE 21 Bruno
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