Facile preparation and electrochemistry performance of quasi solid-state polymer lithium–sulfur battery with high-safety and weak shuttle effect

@article{Long2019FacilePA,
  title={Facile preparation and electrochemistry performance of quasi solid-state polymer lithium–sulfur battery with high-safety and weak shuttle effect},
  author={Canghai Long and Libo Li and Mo Zhai and Yuhang Shan},
  journal={Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids},
  year={2019}
}
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A series of design parameters including sulfur loading, electrolyte thickness, discharge capacity, discharge voltage, and cathode sulfur content are systematically analyzed to study their influence on the gravimetric and volumetric energy densities of SSLSB pouch cells.

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