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Topology to improve battery technology

Eric McCalla () and Shipeng Jia
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Eric McCalla: McGill University
Shipeng Jia: McGill University

Nature Sustainability, 2022, vol. 5, issue 3, 181-182

Abstract: Both lithium- and sodium-ion batteries could play an important role in combating climate change, but they often suffer structural instabilities in the cathodes, which degrade performance. Now a study on two cathode materials that function in either battery type sheds light on how their structure should be designed to suppress these instabilities.

Date: 2022
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