Lithium Anodes: Conductive Nanostructured Scaffolds Render Low Local Current Density to Inhibit Lithium Dendrite Growth (Adv. Mater. 11/2016).

@article{Zhang2016LithiumAC,
  title={Lithium Anodes: Conductive Nanostructured Scaffolds Render Low Local Current Density to Inhibit Lithium Dendrite Growth (Adv. Mater. 11/2016).},
  author={Rui Zhang and Xin-Bing Cheng and Chen-Zi Zhao and Hong-Jie Peng and Jia-Le Shi and Jia-Qi Huang and Jinfu Wang and Fei Wei and Qiang Zhang},
  journal={Advanced materials},
  year={2016},
  volume={28 11},
  pages={2090}
}
A nanostructured lithium-metal anode employing an unstacked graphene "drum" and a dual-salt electrolyte is reported by Q. Zhang and co-workers on page 2155, which brings about a dendrite-free lithium depositing morphology. The image conceptually reveals the use of the unstacked graphene framework with ultrahigh specific surface area, guaranteeing an ultralow local current density that prevents the growth of lithium dendrites.