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Dr. Rajeev S. Assary, Dr. Jun Lu, Dr. Peng Du, Xiangyi Luo , Dr. Xiaoyi Zhang, Dr. Yang Ren, Dr. Larry A. Curtiss and Dr. Khalil Amine The Effect of Oxygen Crossover on the Anode of a Li–O2 Battery using an Ether-Based Solvent: Insights from Experimental and Computational Studies ChemSusChem 6

Version of Record online: 3 DEC 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/cssc.201200810

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Crosstown traffic: Further development of Li–O2 batteries may eventually lead to their use in transportation applications. One problem that needs to be addressed is electrolyte decomposition, which has been partially mitigated by using ether- rather than carbonate-based solvents. The influence of oxygen crossover from the cathode to the anode on electrolyte, and lithium anode, decomposition in ether-based Li-O2 batteries is investigated.

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