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US: Lithium-free electrode methodology developed

Researchers at Stanford University, led by Yi Cui, have developed a method for pre-lithiating a silicon nanowire (SiNW) anode for use in a lithium-ion battery, described in a paper published in the American Chemistry Society’s ACS Nano journal. The researchers built a lithium-ion battery using a pre-lithiated SiNW anode with a It’s time to log … Continued

Researchers at Stanford University, led by Yi Cui, have developed a method for pre-lithiating a silicon nanowire (SiNW) anode for use in a lithium-ion battery, described in a paper published in the American Chemistry Society’s ACS Nano journal.

The researchers built a lithium-ion battery using a pre-lithiated SiNW anode with a

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