Current status and future perspectives of lithium metal batteries

Varzi A, Thanner K, Scipioni R, Di Lecce D, Hassoun J, Dörfler S, Altheus H, Kaskel S, Prehal C, Freunberger SA. 2020. Current status and future perspectives of lithium metal batteries. Journal of Power Sources. 480(12), 228803.


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Varzi, Alberto ; Thanner, Katharina ; Scipioni, Roberto ; Di Lecce, Daniele; Hassoun, Jusef; Dörfler, Susanne; Altheus, Holger; Kaskel, Stefan; Prehal, Christian ; Freunberger, Stefan AlexanderIST Austria
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Abstract
With the lithium-ion technology approaching its intrinsic limit with graphite-based anodes, Li metal is recently receiving renewed interest from the battery community as potential high capacity anode for next-generation rechargeable batteries. In this focus paper, we review the main advances in this field since the first attempts in the mid-1970s. Strategies for enabling reversible cycling and avoiding dendrite growth are thoroughly discussed, including specific applications in all-solid-state (inorganic and polymeric), Lithium–Sulfur (Li–S) and Lithium-O2 (air) batteries. A particular attention is paid to recent developments of these battery technologies and their current state with respect to the 2030 targets of the EU Integrated Strategic Energy Technology Plan (SET-Plan) Action 7.
Publishing Year
Date Published
2020-12-31
Journal Title
Journal of Power Sources
Acknowledgement
A.V. and K.T. acknowledge, respectively, the financial support of the Helmholtz Association and BMW AG. J.H. acknowledges the collabo-ration project “Accordo di Collaborazione Quadro 2015” between Uni-versity of Ferrara (Department of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences) and Sapienza University of Rome (Department of Chemistry). S.D., H.A. and S.K. thank the Fraunhofer Gesellschaft, Technische Uni-versit ̈at Dresden and would like to acknowledge European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agree-ment No 814471. S.A.F. and C.P. are indebted to the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program (grant agreement no. 636069) and IST Austria.
Volume
480
Issue
12
Article Number
228803
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IST-REx-ID

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Varzi A, Thanner K, Scipioni R, et al. Current status and future perspectives of lithium metal batteries. Journal of Power Sources. 2020;480(12). doi:10.1016/j.jpowsour.2020.228803
Varzi, A., Thanner, K., Scipioni, R., Di Lecce, D., Hassoun, J., Dörfler, S., … Freunberger, S. A. (2020). Current status and future perspectives of lithium metal batteries. Journal of Power Sources. Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jpowsour.2020.228803
Varzi, Alberto, Katharina Thanner, Roberto Scipioni, Daniele Di Lecce, Jusef Hassoun, Susanne Dörfler, Holger Altheus, Stefan Kaskel, Christian Prehal, and Stefan Alexander Freunberger. “Current Status and Future Perspectives of Lithium Metal Batteries.” Journal of Power Sources. Elsevier, 2020. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jpowsour.2020.228803.
A. Varzi et al., “Current status and future perspectives of lithium metal batteries,” Journal of Power Sources, vol. 480, no. 12. Elsevier, 2020.
Varzi A, Thanner K, Scipioni R, Di Lecce D, Hassoun J, Dörfler S, Altheus H, Kaskel S, Prehal C, Freunberger SA. 2020. Current status and future perspectives of lithium metal batteries. Journal of Power Sources. 480(12), 228803.
Varzi, Alberto, et al. “Current Status and Future Perspectives of Lithium Metal Batteries.” Journal of Power Sources, vol. 480, no. 12, 228803, Elsevier, 2020, doi:10.1016/j.jpowsour.2020.228803.
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