An aqueous lithium-iodine battery with solid polymer electrolyte-coated metallic lithium anode

  • Zhao Y
  • Mercier N
  • Byon H
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An aqueous lithium–iodine (Li–I2) cell with solid polymer electrolyte (SPE)-passivated metallic Li is demonstrated. The metallic Li anode is isolated from the aqueous I3−/I− cathode by the SPE and a Li-ion-conductive solid electrolyte layer. The proposed aqueous Li–I2 cells exhibit a discharge potential of approximately 3.4 V versus Li+/Li, stable capacity retention for 50 cycles, and adequate rate capability.

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  • batteries
  • cathodes
  • iodine
  • lithium
  • solid polymer electrolytes

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  • Yu Zhao

  • Nadège Bonnet Mercier

  • Hye Ryung Byon

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