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A High Energy Density Lithium-Ion Battery with Self-Healing Polymers
Start Date: September 2013
Status: Completed

Investigators

Zhenan Bao, Department of Chemical Engineering, Stanford University; Yi Cui, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Stanford University; Michael Toney, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center

Annual Reports

Publications

Presentations

  • Lopez, J. Effects of Crosslinking in a Supramolecular Binder on Cycling Stability of Silicon Microparticle Anodes. Oral presentation at the ACS 251st National Meeting, PMSE Division, March 16, 2016
  • Zheng Chen, Yi Cui, Zhenan Bao, Self-healing Polymer for High-Performance Si Anode in Li-ion Batteries, Oral presentation at the AICHE meeting, Nov 10, 2015.
  • Sean C. Andrews, Zheng Chen, Jeff Lopez, Michael Toney, Zhenan Bao, Operando X-Ray Imaging of Self-Healing Silicon Anodes in Lithium Ion Batteries, Beyond Lithium VIII, June 3, 2015  
  • Sean C. Andrews, Zheng Chen, Operando X-Ray Investigations of Self-Healing Silicon Anodes in Lithium-Ion Batteries, Materials Research Society Meeting, April 4, 2016
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