Siloxane-based polymer electrolytes for solid-state lithium batteries

  title={Siloxane-based polymer electrolytes for solid-state lithium batteries},
  author={Qinglei Wang and Huanrui Zhang and Zili Cui and Qian-Xiong Zhou and Xuehui Shangguan and Songwei Tian and Xin-hong Zhou and Guanglei Cui},
  journal={Energy Storage Materials},

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