Beyond Li-ion batteries the challenge of Li-sulfur batteries

Doron Aurbach, Ran Elazari, Ariel Rosenman, Lena Markevich, Gregory Salitra, Daniel Sharon, Arnd Garsuch

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Abstract

Systematic methodologies were developed to investigate capacity fading mechanisms of Li-S systems (SPM, HR spectroscopy, ED) Alternative sulfur cathodes based on commercial activated carbon fibers/cloth/powder were fabricated for encapsulating Li-poly-sulfides inside the porous matrices, and successfully tested Amorphous silicon electrodes were coupled with C-S cathodes to demonstrate the SLS Concept: Si-Li-S. The same electrolyte solutions are suitable. We demonstrate superb C-S cathodes ILs based on the anion -N(SO2F)2 (FSI), excellent for Si electrodes as well. We demonstrated also the use of Li2S cathodes with red-ox mediators.

Original languageAmerican English
Title of host publicationLarge Lithium Ion Battery Technology and Application Symposium, LLIBTA 2015 and Large EC Capacitor Technology and Application Symposium, ECCAP 2015 - Held at AABC Europe 2015
PublisherCambridge EnerTech, Cambridge Innovation Institute
Pages363-376
Number of pages14
ISBN (Electronic)9781510811478
StatePublished - 2015
Externally publishedYes
EventLarge Lithium Ion Battery Technology and Application Symposium, LLIBTA 2015 and Large EC Capacitor Technology and Application Symposium, ECCAP 2015 - Mainz, Germany
Duration: 26 Jan 201527 Jan 2015

Publication series

NameLarge Lithium Ion Battery Technology and Application Symposium, LLIBTA 2015 and Large EC Capacitor Technology and Application Symposium, ECCAP 2015 - Held at AABC Europe 2015

Conference

ConferenceLarge Lithium Ion Battery Technology and Application Symposium, LLIBTA 2015 and Large EC Capacitor Technology and Application Symposium, ECCAP 2015
Country/TerritoryGermany
CityMainz
Period26/01/1527/01/15

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