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A Li–sulfur cell with a high discharge capacity of over 1300 mAh g−1 at a C/10 rate, and a controlled overcharge amount less than 1%, was manufactured by synthesizing a carbon–sulfur nano-composite via a wet milling process, and suppressing polysulfide dissolution using an electrolyte with a highly concentrated lithium salt.
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