Effect of relative humidity on the reaction kinetics in rubidium silver iodide based all-solid-state battery

@article{Akin2020EffectOR,
  title={Effect of relative humidity on the reaction kinetics in rubidium silver iodide based all-solid-state battery},
  author={Mert Akin and Yuchen Wang and Xiaoyao Qiao and Zhiwei Yan and Xiangyang Zhou},
  journal={Electrochimica Acta},
  year={2020},
  volume={355},
  pages={136779}
}

Greatly enhanced energy density of all‐solid‐state rechargeable battery operating in high humidity environments

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