This is our roundup of interesting articles on Li-ion batteries published in January – a mix of educational, groundbreaking, helpful, thought-provoking, and topical. If you follow battery research, these are 10 papers you should be aware of:
- Automotive Li-ion batteries: Current status and future perspectives / Electrochemical Energy Reviews
- High electronic conductivity as the origin of lithium dendrite formation within solid electrolytes / Nature Energy
- Fast galvanic lithium corrosion involving a Kirkendall-type mechanism / Nature Chemistry
- Multifunctional separators: A promising approach for improving the durability and performance of Li-ion batteries / Journal of The Electrochemical Society
- A guide to full coin cell making for academic researchers / Journal of The Electrochemical Society
- A comparison of methodologies for the non-invasive characterisation of commercial Li-ion cells / Progress in Energy and Combustion Science
- A critical review of battery thermal performance and liquid based battery thermal management / Energy Conversion and Management
APPLICATIONS & POLICY
- PV-battery systems for critical loads during emergencies: A case study from Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria / IEEE Power and Energy Magazine
- Transitioning from conventional to electric vehicles: The effect of cost and environmental drivers on peak oil demand / Economic Analysis and Policy
- Vehicle-to-Grid: A sociotechnical transition beyond electric mobility / Springer
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