This is our roundup of interesting articles on Li-ion batteries published in June – a mix of educational, groundbreaking, helpful, thought-provoking, and topical. If you follow battery research, these are 10 papers you should be aware of:
- Commercialization of lithium battery technologies for electric vehicles / Advanced Energy Materials
- High-efficiency lithium-metal anode enabled by liquefied gas electrolytes / Joule
- Challenges and opportunities towards fast-charging battery materials / Nature Energy
- Customizing a Li-metal battery that survives practical operating conditions for electric vehicle applications / Energy & Environmental Science
- Ni/Li disordering in layered transition metal oxide: Electrochemical impact, origin, and control / Accounts of Chemical Research
- Overview of model-based online state-of-charge estimation using Kalman filter family for lithium-ion batteries / Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews
- Fast charging of an electric vehicle lithium-ion battery at the limit of the lithium deposition process / Journal of Power Sources
- Li-ion battery reliability – A case study of the Apple iPhone / IEEE Access
APPLICATIONS & POLICY
- The underestimated potential of battery electric vehicles to reduce emissions / Joule
- Economy analysis of second-life battery in wind power systems considering battery degradation in dynamic processes: Real case scenarios / Applied Energy
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