High capacity semi-liquid lithium sulfur cells with enhanced reversibility for application in new-generation energy storage systems

  title={High capacity semi-liquid lithium sulfur cells with enhanced reversibility for application in new-generation energy storage systems},
  author={Daniele Di Lecce and Vittorio Marangon and Almudena Ben{\'i}tez and {\'A}lvaro Caballero and Juli{\'a}n Morales and Enrique Rodr{\'i}guez-Castell{\'o}n and Jusef Hassoun},
  journal={Journal of Power Sources},
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Towards a High‐Performance Lithium‐Metal Battery with Glyme Solution and an Olivine Cathode
High‐performance lithium‐metal batteries are achieved by using a glyme‐based electrolyte enhanced with a LiNO3 additive and a LiFePO4 cathode. An optimal electrolyte formulation is selected upon
Triglyme-based electrolyte for sodium-ion and sodium-sulfur batteries
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Investigating high-performance sulfur–metal nanocomposites for lithium batteries
Herein, for the first time, we study the reversible conversion in a lithium cell of a novel sulfur–metal nanocomposite by combining X-ray computed tomography data at the micro- and nanoscales with
Pistachio Shell-Derived Carbon Activated with Phosphoric Acid: A More Efficient Procedure to Improve the Performance of Li–S Batteries
A sustainable and low-cost lithium–sulfur (Li–S) battery was produced by reusing abundant waste from biomass as a raw material and the cell performance was very satisfactory, both in long-term cycling measurements and in rate capability tests.
A Stable High‐Capacity Lithium‐Ion Battery Using a Biomass‐Derived Sulfur‐Carbon Cathode and Lithiated Silicon Anode
The data reported herein well indicate the reliability of energy storage devices with extended cycle life employing high-energy, green and safe electrode materials.


Catholyte Formulations for High-Energy Li-S Batteries.
The beneficial effect of original catholyte formulations containing redox active organyl disulfides (PhS2Ph) on the capacity utilization and retention as well as the efficiency in LiS batteries is demonstrated.
A membrane-free lithium/polysulfide semi-liquid battery for large-scale energy storage
Large-scale energy storage represents a key challenge for renewable energy and new systems with low cost, high energy density and long cycle life are desired. In this article, we develop a new
An Advanced Lithium‐Ion Sulfur Battery for High Energy Storage
A lithium‐ion battery is reported using a sulfur–carbon composite cathode, a graphite anode, and a dimethoxyethane‐dioxolane‐lithium bis‐(trifluoromethanesulfonyl)imide (DOL‐DME‐LiTFSI) electrolyte
Lithium/sulfur cell discharge mechanism: an original approach for intermediate species identification.
This study proposes a possible mechanism for sulfur reduction consisting of three steps, and investigates the electrolyte composition at different discharge potentials in a TEGDME-based electrolyte.
Exceptional long-life performance of lithium-ion batteries using ionic liquid-based electrolytes
Advanced ionic liquid-based electrolytes are herein characterized for application in high performance lithium-ion batteries. The electrolytes based on either N-butyl-N-methylpyrrolidinium
A Gel-Polymer Sn-C/LiMn0.5Fe0.5PO4 Battery Using a Fluorine-Free Salt.
The polymer electrolyte, here analyzed in terms of electrochemical stability by impedance spectroscopy (EIS) and voltammetry, reveals full compatibility for cell application and has a higher thermal stability compared to conventional LiPF6 and Li0.5PO4.
Relevant Features of a Triethylene Glycol Dimethyl Ether-Based Electrolyte for Application in Lithium Battery.
The lithium battery employing the TREGDME-LiCF3SO3-LiNO3 solution shows a stable galvanostatic cycling, a high efficiency, and a notable rate capability upon the electrochemical conditions adopted herein.