Characteristics of a gold-doped electrode for application in high-performance lithium-sulfur battery

  title={Characteristics of a gold-doped electrode for application in high-performance lithium-sulfur battery},
  author={Vittorio Marangon and Daniele Di Lecce and Dan J. L. Brett and Paul R. Shearing and Jusef Hassoun},
  journal={Journal of Energy Chemistry},
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Expansion-tolerant architectures for stable cycling of ultrahigh-loading sulfur cathodes in lithium-sulfur batteries
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X-ray nano-computed tomography of electrochemical conversion in lithium-ion battery.
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