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Back to bacteria: researchers use bacteria to produce electrode material
A team of researchers affiliated with
) is publishing results regarding the use of bacteria as a mean to produce more sustainable electrode material.
Supercapacitors’ electrodes with high volumetric capacitance
Researchers unveil a lead to increase supercapacitors' energy density using layered carbides.
Assessment of sulfate-based compounds for Li-ion batteries
Researchers from the
research network reviewed different aspects of sulfate-based polyanionic phases aimed at Li-ion batteries.
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Researchers explain the high capacity of Li-rich NMC compounds
A group of scientist gathered around Pr. Jean-Marie Tarascon,
's director, lift the veil on a chemical mechanism.
Polyanionic frameworks in batteries: a history reviewed by RS2E researchers
In a study published in Chemical Reviews, Christian Masquelier and Laurence Croguennec review the history of research on polyanionic structures.