Sulfur-impregnated activated carbon fiber cloth as a binder-free cathode for rechargeable Li-S batteries.

@article{Elazari2011SulfurimpregnatedAC,
  title={Sulfur-impregnated activated carbon fiber cloth as a binder-free cathode for rechargeable Li-S batteries.},
  author={Ran Elazari and Gregory Salitra and Arnd Garsuch and Alexander Panchenko and Doron Aurbach},
  journal={Advanced materials},
  year={2011},
  volume={23 47},
  pages={5641-4}
}
A route for the preparation of binder-free sulfur-carbon cathodes is developed for lithium sulfur batteries. The method is based on the impregnation of elemental sulfur into the micropores of activated carbon fibers. These electrodes demonstrate good electrochemical performance at high current density attributed to the uniform dispersion of sulfur inside the carbon fiber. 
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