Studies of electrode materials for lithium and sodium metal batteries

Melissa Lynn Meyerson
There is a need for higher capacity batteries to address the increasing energy demand for electric vehicles and portable technologies. With more than ten times the capacity of current graphite anodes, Li metal is an ideal replacement; however, it suffers from safety and efficiency problems that have so far prevented it from being commercialized. In particular, Li metal has a tendency to form dendritic structures during electrodeposition, which not only present a high surface area...
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