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The lithium–sulfur (Li–S) battery is a promising technology for large‐scale energy storage and vehicle electrification due to its high theoretical energy density and low cost. Reducing the sulfur cathode porosity has been identified recently as a viable strategy for improving the cell practical...
Solid‐state lithium batteries with sulfide solid electrolytes have attracted extensive attention as next‐generation secondary batteries with high energy and power densities because sulfide solid electrolytes possess several advantages over liquid electrolytes, such as their nonfluidity,...
Nanocomposite solid polymer electrolytes are considered as a promising strategy for solid‐state lithium metal batteries (SSLMBs). However, the randomly dispersed fillers in the polymer matrix with limited Li+ transference number and insufficient ionic conductivity severely sacrifice the ion...
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