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- To develop novel graphene and silicon nanoparticle hybrid anode for Li-ion and Li-S batteries, targeting high specific energy and fast charge/discharge rates.
- Evaluate the electrochemical performance of the nano-hybrid anode, particularly cycling performance and contrast with benchmarking results.
- The University of Manchester: Dr Aravind Vijayaraghavan, Dr Andrew Thomas
- The University of Melbourne: Professor Amanda Ellis, Dr Peter Sherrell, Dr Eirini Goudeli
First published on 10 June 2022.
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