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- Jun 05, 2019

Scientists design organic cathode for high performance batteries

Pollyanna Sidell - Associated Environmental Systems

battery-research-blogScientists design organic cathode for high performance batteries The new, sulfur-based material is more energy-dense, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly than traditional cathodes in lithium batteries DOE/Brookhaven National Laboratory IMAGE: Lead author Zulipiya Shadike (right) is pictured at NSLS-II's XPD beamline with lead beamline scientist and co-author Sanjit Ghose (left).

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