Progress towards high-power Li/CFx batteries: electrode architectures using carbon nanotubes with CFx.

@article{Zhang2015ProgressTH,
  title={Progress towards high-power Li/CFx batteries: electrode architectures using carbon nanotubes with CFx.},
  author={Qing Zhang and Kenneth J Takeuchi and Esther S Takeuchi and Amy C Marschilok},
  journal={Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP},
  year={2015},
  volume={17 35},
  pages={22504-18}
}
Carbon monofluoride (CFx) has a high energy density, exceeding 2000 W h kg(-1), yet its application in primary lithium batteries is limited by its power capability. Multi-walled carbon nanotubes (CNTs) are appealing additives for high-power batteries, due to their outstanding electronic transport properties, high aspect ratio necessitating low volume fraction for percolation, and high tensile strength. This perspective describes the current state of the art in lithium-carbon monofluoride (Li… CONTINUE READING