Low Temperature Sulfur Deposition for High-Performance Lithium/Sulfur Cells

Ayako Kawase, Don Donghyeok Han, Elton J. Cairns
  • Journal of The Electrochemical Society, January 2018, The Electrochemical Society
  • DOI: 10.1149/2.1051809jes

Sulfur deposition process for sulfur-graphene oxide composites in Li/S Cells

What is it about?

This paper describes the optimization of the process for depositing sulfur on the surface of graphene oxide. This composite is used for the preparation of sulfur electrodes for use in rechargeable Li/S cells.

Why is it important?

The sulfur deposition process is important because it directly affects the performance of the sulfur electrode, including sulfur utilization and rate capability.


Professor Elton J. Cairns
University of California at Berkeley

This work is useful because it points out the importance of selecting the best temperature and time for the sulfur deposition process, enabling maximum cell performance to be achieved.

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