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The article describes a research on new salts and cathode materials dedicated to sodium cells. Sodium technology is considered to be one of the most promising (for new battery generations) and has been very actively (re)‐developed for more than a decade. The first part of this work is mainly...
Materials acceleration platforms (MAPs) operate on the paradigm of integrating combinatorial synthesis, high‐throughput characterization, automatic analysis, and machine learning. Within a MAP, one or multiple autonomous feedback loops may aim to optimize materials for certain functional...
Due to their high theoretical energy densities and superior safety, thiophosphate‐based all‐solid‐state batteries (ASSBs) are considered as promising power source for electric vehicles. However, for large‐scale industrial applications, interfacial degradation between high‐voltage cathode active...
Development of high‐performing lithium‐based batteries inevitably calls for a profound understanding and elucidation of the reactivity at the electrode–liquid electrolyte interface and its impact on the overall performance and safety. The formation, composition, properties, and mechanisms of the...
The development of high energy density battery technologies based on divalent metals as the negative electrode is very appealing. Ca and Mg are especially interesting choices due to their combination of low standard reduction potential and natural abundance. One particular problem stalling the...
The “ethylene carbonate (EC)–propylene carbonate (PC) mystery” has puzzled electrochemists for decades. Surprisingly, the minor structural difference between PC and EC, a methyl vis‐à‐vis a proton, prevents PC unlike EC to form a stable solid electrolyte interphase (SEI) on carbon (C), which...
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