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Dr. Ali Rinaldi, Olivia Wijaya, Prof. Harry E. Hoster and Dr. Denis Y. W. Yu History Effects in Lithium–Oxygen Batteries: How Initial Seeding Influences the Discharge Capacity ChemSusChem 7

Article first published online: 3 MAR 2014 | DOI: 10.1002/cssc.201300986

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History lesson: The discharge product will at some point form the surface of the ongoing electrochemical reaction in Li–O2 battery. The nature of Li2O2 deposits are crucial for a battery's capacity performance. The discharge profiles of carbon cathodes that are precovered by Li2O2 seed layers are compared. The layers are Coulometrically equal but are deposited at varying deposition rates, and demonstrate how faster initial seeding leads to lower total discharge capacities.

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