The pursuit of high-voltage, Ni-rich cathodes for higher energy Li-ion cells: Lessons from BMW, Umicore, and Jeff Dahn

At the recent International Battery Seminar, nickel-rich (Ni-rich) nickel manganese cobalt (NMC) lithium-ion battery cathodes above 4.2 V showed increased traction and industry interest. A variety of stakeholders – most notably Umicore's Stephane Levasseur, BMW's Odysseas Paschos, and Dalhousie U...

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