Lithium Induced Nano‐Sized Copper with Exposed Lithiophilic Surfaces to Achieve Dense Lithium Deposition for Lithium Metal Anode

Volume: 31, Issue: 7
Published: Nov 6, 2020
Abstract
Li metal batteries have attracted extensive research attention because of their extremely high theoretical capacity. However, the commercialization of the Li metal batteries is hindered, as uncontrolled Li dendrites growth leads to safety concerns and a low coulombic efficiency. To suppress Li dendrites growth and achieve dense Li deposition, a lithiophilic 3D Cu host is designed for Li metal anode, in which the nano‐sized Cu is in situ formed...
Paper Details
Title
Lithium Induced Nano‐Sized Copper with Exposed Lithiophilic Surfaces to Achieve Dense Lithium Deposition for Lithium Metal Anode
Published Date
Nov 6, 2020
Volume
31
Issue
7
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