Three-dimensional metal scaffold supported bicontinuous silicon battery anodes.

@article{Zhang2012ThreedimensionalMS,
  title={Three-dimensional metal scaffold supported bicontinuous silicon battery anodes.},
  author={Huigang Zhang and Paul V Braun},
  journal={Nano letters},
  year={2012},
  volume={12 6},
  pages={2778-83}
}
Silicon-based lithium ion battery anodes are attracting significant attention because of silicon's exceptionally high lithium capacity. However, silicon's large volume change during cycling generally leads to anode pulverization unless the silicon is dispersed throughout a matrix in nanoparticulate form. Because pulverization results in a loss of electric connectivity, the reversible capacity of most silicon anodes dramatically decays within a few cycles. Here we report a three-dimensional (3D… CONTINUE READING
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