A preliminary study of the behavior of lithium-ion-air battery where the common, unsafe lithium metal anode is replaced by a lithiated silicon−carbon composite, is reported. The results, based on X-ray diffraction and galvanostatic charge−discharge analyses, demonstrate the basic reversibility of the electrochemical process of the battery that can be promisingly cycled with a rather high specific capacity.

A metal-free, lithium-ion oxygen battery: a step forward towards safety in lithium-air batteries

HASSOUN, Jusef;
2012

Abstract

A preliminary study of the behavior of lithium-ion-air battery where the common, unsafe lithium metal anode is replaced by a lithiated silicon−carbon composite, is reported. The results, based on X-ray diffraction and galvanostatic charge−discharge analyses, demonstrate the basic reversibility of the electrochemical process of the battery that can be promisingly cycled with a rather high specific capacity.
2012
Hassoun, Jusef; Hun Gi, Jung; Dong Ju, Lee; Khalil, Amine; Jin Bum, Park; Yang Kook, Sun; Bruno, Scrosati
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