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Bottom-Up Lithium Growth Triggered by Interfacial Activity Gradient on Porous Framework for Lithium-Metal Anode

Title
Bottom-Up Lithium Growth Triggered by Interfacial Activity Gradient on Porous Framework for Lithium-Metal Anode
Authors
Yun, JonghyeokPark, Beom-KyeongWon, Eun-SeoChoi, Seung HyunKang, Hyon CholKim, Jung HoPark, Min-SikLee, Jong-Won
DGIST Authors
Lee, Jong-Won
Issue Date
2020-10
Citation
ACS Energy Letters, 5(10), 3108-3114
Type
Article
Article Type
Article
Keywords
CURRENT COLLECTORDEPOSITIONEFFICIENTBATTERIES
ISSN
2380-8195
Abstract
Three-dimensional (3D) porous frameworks have attracted considerable interest as lithium-metal electrodes for next-generation rechargeable batteries. The high surface areas and large pore volumes of 3D frameworks are beneficial for reducing local current densities and suppressing volume changes. However, uneven Li plating on top of the framework electrode (top growth) has yet to be resolved. To enable the bottom-up Li growth while suppressing the top growth, herein, we propose a rational design of 3D framework electrodes with an interfacial activity gradient (IAG) based on a kinetics-based mechanistic analysis. A simulation demonstrates that an IAG design promotes the bottom-up Li growth, which is experimentally proven using model architectures. The IAG-Cu framework shows considerable improvements in morphological stability and reversibility during high-capacity Li storage, compared to the Cu framework with a uniform interfacial activity. This work provides fundamental insight into the design of 3D frameworks to boost the cycling stability of Li-metal batteries. Copyright © 2020 American Chemical Society.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11750/12812
DOI
10.1021/acsenergylett.0c01619
Publisher
American Chemical Society
Related Researcher
  • Author Lee, Jong-Won Laboratory for Electrochemical Energy Materials and Interfaces
  • Research Interests 이차전지, 연료전지, 재료전기화학, 나노에너지소재
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Department of Energy Science and EngineeringLaboratory for Electrochemical Energy Materials and Interfaces1. Journal Articles


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