Novel Organophosphate‐Derived Dual‐Layered Interface Enabling Air‐Stable and Dendrite‐Free Lithium Metal Anode

Volume: 32, Issue: 2
Published: Nov 28, 2019
Abstract
Lithium (Li) metal, as a promising candidate for next-generation energy storage systems, suffers from an extremely unstable interface that is prone to crack, causing serious corrosion of Li metal and dendrite growth. To address this, a novel dual-layered interface on the Li metal anode is reported, which is featured with organics (COPO3 , (CO)2 PO2 , and (CO)3 PO) on the top and inorganics (Li3 PO4 ) at the bottom. The flexible organic...
Paper Details
Title
Novel Organophosphate‐Derived Dual‐Layered Interface Enabling Air‐Stable and Dendrite‐Free Lithium Metal Anode
Published Date
Nov 28, 2019
Volume
32
Issue
2
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