Inducing High Ionic Conductivity in the Lithium Superionic Argyrodites Li6+ xP1- xGe xS5I for All-Solid-State Batteries.

@article{Kraft2018InducingHI,
  title={Inducing High Ionic Conductivity in the Lithium Superionic Argyrodites Li6+ xP1- xGe xS5I for All-Solid-State Batteries.},
  author={Marvin A. Kraft and Saneyuki Ohno and Tatiana Zinkevich and Raimund Koerver and Sean P. Culver and Till Fuchs and Anatoliy Senyshyn and Sylvio Indris and Benjamin J. Morgan and Wolfgang G. Zeier},
  journal={Journal of the American Chemical Society},
  year={2018},
  volume={140 47},
  pages={
          16330-16339
        }
}
Solid-state batteries with inorganic solid electrolytes are currently being discussed as a more reliable and safer future alternative to the current lithium-ion battery technology. To compete with state-of-the-art lithium-ion batteries, solid electrolytes with higher ionic conductivities are needed, especially if thick electrode configurations are to be used. In the search for optimized ionic conductors, the lithium argyrodites have attracted a lot of interest. Here, we systematically explore… 

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