Accommodating Volume Changes in Three-Dimensional Nanoarchitectures Synthesized via Ammonia-Borane Reduction for Longer Life Li-ion Batteries
|Interdisciplinary Areas:||Micro-, Nano-, and Quantum Engineering, Power, Energy, and the Environment
Three-dimensional metal/metal oxide nanoarchitectures [1,5] are under development via ammonia-borane reduction of various salts in aqueous medium to abate volume expansion during lithium storage. The formation of voids, chains, porosity in the new architectures allows accommodating volume expansion during the lithiation and contraction during delithiation, letting battery to cycle for the longer period of time with higher energy density compared to traditional batteries
June 1, 2019
Chemistry, Materials Science, Physics
P. Veeraraghavan Ramachandran, email@example.com
Vilas G. Pol, firstname.lastname@example.org
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