Carbon nanosphere coatings for metallic lithium anodes looks to address part of next-generation battery puzzle

Stanford researchers led by Yi Cui have developed a coating for metallic lithium battery anodes, using a monolayer of interconnected hollow carbon nanospheres. This research hits upon an important problem: In theory, metallic lithium anodes are much higher capacity than today's graphite anodes, b...

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