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Silicon core - carbon shell nanoparticles for Li-ion batteries anodes. Relationship between morphology and degradation mechanism studied by Impedance spectroscopy

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Abstract

Performant electrochemical storage devices appear as one of the solution to face the challenge of energy transition and development of carbon-less energy processes. In this context, lithium-ion batteries are a well-developed technology because of their lllgh energy density, their long life over cycling and their large field of applications, from microbatteries to stationary storage.
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cea-02341516 , version 1 (31-10-2019)

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Antoine Desrues, John P Alper, Florent Boismain, Eddy Foy, Sylvain Franger, et al.. Silicon core - carbon shell nanoparticles for Li-ion batteries anodes. Relationship between morphology and degradation mechanism studied by Impedance spectroscopy. LiBD-8 "Electrode Materials", Jun 2017, Arcachon, France. ⟨cea-02341516⟩
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