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Hirokazu Kitaura and Haoshen Zhou Electrochemical Performance of Solid-State Lithium–Air Batteries Using Carbon Nanotube Catalyst in the Air Electrode Advanced Energy Materials 2

Article first published online: 21 MAY 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/aenm.201100789

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High-safety lithium–air batteries are developed by replacing the liquid electrolytes with solid-state electrolytes. The solid-state lithium–air cells, using an air electrode composed of ceramic electrolyte as the lithium-ion conduction path and carbon nanotubes as both the electron conduction path and the catalyst, are successful in discharging and charging with relatively high capacities compared with lithium-ion batteries.

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