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Negating interfacial impedance in garnet-based solid-state Li metal batteries.
Garnet-type solid-state electrolytes have attracted extensive attention due to their high ionic conductivity, approaching 1 mS cm-1, excellent environmental stability, and wide electrochemicalExpand
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Next-Generation Lithium Metal Anode Engineering via Atomic Layer Deposition.
Lithium metal is considered to be the most promising anode for next-generation batteries due to its high energy density of 3840 mAh g(-1). However, the extreme reactivity of the Li surface can induceExpand
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Novel nanostructured paper with ultrahigh transparency and ultrahigh haze for solar cells.
Solar cell substrates require high optical transparency but also prefer high optical haze to increase the light scattering and consequently the absorption in the active materials. Unfortunately,Expand
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Aldehyde Oxidase 1 (AOX1) in Human Liver Cytosols: Quantitative Characterization of AOX1 Expression Level and Activity Relationship
Aldehyde oxidase 1 (AOX1) is a cytosolic enzyme highly expressed in liver and plays a key role in metabolizing drugs containing aromatic azaheterocyclic substituents. Rapid metabolism catalyzed byExpand
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Natural cellulose fiber as substrate for supercapacitor.
Cellulose fibers with porous structure and electrolyte absorption properties are considered to be a good potential substrate for the deposition of energy material for energy storage devices. UnlikeExpand
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Approaching the limits of transparency and conductivity in graphitic materials through lithium intercalation.
Various band structure engineering methods have been studied to improve the performance of graphitic transparent conductors; however, none has demonstrated an increase of optical transmittance in theExpand
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Tin anode for sodium-ion batteries using natural wood fiber as a mechanical buffer and electrolyte reservoir.
Sodium (Na)-ion batteries offer an attractive option for low cost grid scale storage due to the abundance of Na. Tin (Sn) is touted as a high capacity anode for Na-ion batteries with a highExpand
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Flexible, solid-state, ion-conducting membrane with 3D garnet nanofiber networks for lithium batteries
  • K. Fu, Y. Gong, +10 authors L. Hu
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
  • 15 June 2016
Significance This work describes a flexible, solid-state, lithium-ion–conducting membrane based on a 3D ion-conducting network and polymer electrolyte for lithium batteries. The 3D ion-conductingExpand
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Current progress in black phosphorus materials and their applications in electrochemical energy storage.
Recently, a new two-dimensional material, single- or few-layered black phosphorus (BP), has attracted considerable attention for applications in electronics, optoelectronics, and batteries due to itsExpand
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Optical haze of transparent and conductive silver nanowire films
AbstractContemporary nanostructured transparent electrodes for use in solar cells require high transmittance and high conductivity, dictating nanostructures with high aspect ratios. Optical haze isExpand
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