Unveiling the role of micropores in porous carbon for Li-S batteries using operando SAXS

Abstract

The movement of the sulfur species of a lithium-sulfur battery cathode was directly observed through pioneering operando SAXS analysis. Micropores are a prior repository for sulfur before and after the electrochemical reaction. Mesopores are actual reaction sites for sulfur species. The separating properties of the pores were established, adding a critical insight to advanced carbon cathode material design.

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Article type
Communication
Submitted
05 Aug 2021
Accepted
14 Sep 2021
First published
15 Sep 2021

Chem. Commun., 2021, Accepted Manuscript

Unveiling the role of micropores in porous carbon for Li-S batteries using operando SAXS

Y. S. Choi, G. O. Park, K. H. Kim, Y. Kwon, J. Huh and J. M. Kim, Chem. Commun., 2021, Accepted Manuscript , DOI: 10.1039/D1CC04270J

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