Surface Modification of Silicon Thin Film Anodes for Lithium Secondary Batteries
- Surface Modification of Silicon Thin Film Anodes for Lithium Secondary Batteries
- Thin film anodes; Silicon; Lithium Secondary Batteries; Surface morphology
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- International Workshop on Flexible&Printable Electronics 2009
- Silicon has been considered as one of the most attractive candidates for the anode materials of lithium ion batteries because of its exceedingly high theoretical capacity compared with conventional graphite materials. However, its enormous volume change upon charge-discharge cycling causes the rapid disintegration of the electrode and results in severe capacity fading. In this talk, the influence of geometric design and surface morphology of carbon coating layer on the electrochemical performance of silicon electrodes will be discussed.
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