06.03.2024 •

In Situ Derived Mixed Ion/Electron Conducting Layer on Top of a Functional Separator for High-Performance, Dendrite-Free Rechargeable Lithium-Metal Batteries

This article delves into the cycling and safety obstacles encountered by rechargeable lithium-metal batteries (RLBs) as a result of reactive Li and unregulated dendrite growth. The research introduces a separator adorned with Mg3N2 for Li-metal surfaces, aiming to enhance anode electrochemistry. This scalable technique holds the potential for producing high-energy RLBs with prolonged cycles and enhanced safety, opening up new possibilities in battery manufacturing.

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