In this work, dual-graphite cells circumvent the sluggish ion-desolvation process found in typical lithium-ion batteries during discharge by using a novel electrolyte, which simultaneously provides high electrochemical stability and ionic conductivity at low temperature. These cells demonstrated an 11 times increased capacity retention at 608C for a 10 C discharge rate, when compared to conventional graphite || LiCoO2 full cells.

Read more here: DOI 10.1002/anie.201912167



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