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Nanotechnology

January 02, 2020   •   3 minute read

High-Performance Anode For All-Solid-State Li Batteries is Made of Si Nanoparticles

Battery Testing platform manufactured by Associated Environmental SystemsThe team of NIMS researchers has taken another synthesis approach toward develop the high-performance anode for all-solid-state Li batteries with commercial Si nanoparticles, and found a unique phenomenon to the nanoparticles in the solid-state cell: upon lithiation, they undergo volume expansion, structural compaction, and appreciable coalescence in the confined space between the solid electrolyte separator layer and metal current collector to form a continuous film similar to that prepared by the evaporation process.

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