A Disordered Carbon as a Novel Anode Material in Lithium-Ion Cells

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  • This work was carried out within the framework of the “MAC-MES” European Project, RTD program: GRD-CT-2001-00571.

Abstract

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The electrochemical behavior of a disordered carbon used as the anode in a lithium battery has been tested. The characteristics of this carbon, especially its specific capacity and cycle life, are such that it is a potentially unique, high-performance anode material for new types of lithium-ion batteries. The Figure shows the specific capacity versus cycle number of the disordered carbon electrode in a lithium-ion cell.

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