NewsSingle atom layer trap for lithium-ion migration

17th April 2020by admin0
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On April 14th, Prof. Ma Cheng from the University of
Science and Technology of China (USTC) of the Chinese Academy of
Sciences (CAS) and his colleagues reported an important discovery
regarding the mechanism of Li-ion migration in solid electrolytes
for batteries, observing a new type of microscopic feature that can
significantly influence ionic transport.

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