New research on anode material for lithium-ion batteries promotes safety and energy density

High energy densities in lithium-ion batteries make them a primary power source for many consumer items like portable electronic devices; however, lithium-ion technology has been under the microscope due to concerns over its safety. High reaction heats between the electrode material and electrolyte ...

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