Moving to a Solid-State Configuration: A Valid Approach to Making Lithium-Sulfur Batteries Viable for Practical Applications



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Car charger: This work describes two types of solid-state lithium/sulfur batteries, one prepared in the fully charged state and the other in the fully discharged state. The batteries are tested in terms of capacity delivery and cycling life. The results show that both types have performances that make them potentially suitable as power sources for electric vehicles.