What is it about?

Lithium ion batteries are currently used in wide range of applications, particularly electric cars. However, they have drawbacks, including high potential to cause fire and explosion and in sufficient energy storage capacity. This article reviews and comments on recent development in fluorinated liquid electrolytes for lithium ion batteries with improved safety and increased energy capacity.

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Why is it important?

Collective provision of the literature on this type of liquid electrolyte that enhances the safety and energy capacity of lithium ion batteries

Perspectives

The use of fluorinated electrolytes is expected to produce better and safer lithium ion batteries

Professor George Zheng Chen
University of Nottingham

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This page is a summary of: Review—recent advances in non-aqueous liquid electrolytes containing fluorinated compounds for high energy density lithium-ion batteries, Energy Storage Materials, June 2021, Elsevier, DOI: 10.1016/j.ensm.2021.03.032.
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