Advanced Electrodes for High Power Li-ion Batteries

Abstract : While little success has been obtained over the past few years in attempts to increase the capacity of Li-ion batteries, significant improvement in the power density has been achieved, opening the route to new applications, from hybrid electric vehicles to high-power electronics and regulation of the intermittency problem of electric energy supply on smart grids. This success has been achieved not only by decreasing the size of the active particles of the electrodes to few tens of nanometers, but also by surface modification and the synthesis of new multi-composite particles. It is the aim of this work to review the different approaches that have been successful to obtain Li-ion batteries with improved high-rate performance and to discuss how these results prefigure further improvement in the near future.
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Materials, MDPI, 2013, 6 (3), pp.1028 - 1049. 〈10.3390/ma6031028〉
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Karim Zaghib, Alain Mauger, Henri Groult, John B. Goodenough, Christian M. Julien. Advanced Electrodes for High Power Li-ion Batteries. Materials, MDPI, 2013, 6 (3), pp.1028 - 1049. 〈10.3390/ma6031028〉. 〈hal-01583992〉

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