Liquid electrode layer

Placing a layer of liquid metal between the lithium anode and the solid electrolyte shows an improvement in solid-state battery charging.

Anyone who is concerned about the development of solid-state lithium metal batteries knows that there are many challenges in the charging process. The anode (negative electrode) in these batteries is composed of a thin layer of lithium metal foil. This layer of thin lithium metal foil provides more lithium ions than the graphite anodes used in lithium ion batteries, so it will produce a higher energy display density . During the charging process, lithium needle-like dendrites cover the surface of the lithium metal. The diffusion of lithium dendrites of these needle-like dendrites can cause a short circuit in the battery and cause a fire.

Solid state battery

The solid part of the battery comes from solid polymer or ceramic electrolyte materials, which can inhibit the diffusion of lithium needle-like dendrites. This has been partially

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