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Researches explained

French scientists have demonstrated the possibility of using electron paramagnetic resonance (or EPR) to follow in real time the deposits of metallic lithium and therefore the growth of dendrites
An international team led by Prof. Tarascon, director of the RS2E, applied to the Na-ion technology a concept derived from the Li-ion technology, the anionic redox phenomenon.
Aware of the intrinsic limits of these systems, two researchers from the CSE laboratory in Collège de France propose in an article published in Nature Materaisl to overcome these problems by modifying in depth the architecture of the electrolysers through the integration of design concepts inspired by the field of batteries
An international team has developed a new synthesis route which makes it possible not to use aqueous solution containing fluoride ions and to broaden the range of MAX precursors that can be used
An international team, bringing together several RS2E laboratories, demonstrates in an article published in Nature Communications that it is possible to couple a solid lamellar catalyst to an alkaline electrolyte to avoid destabilization

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