A paper on lithium-metal anode is accepted by ACS Energy Letters

A paper on lithium-metal anode was accepted by ACS Energy Letters.

"Insulative Microfiber 3D-Matrix as a Host Material Minimizing Volume Change of the Anode of Li-Metal Batteries"

Although lithium (Li) has attracted intense research interest as a negative electrode material for next-generation rechargeable batteries,the large volume change of the anode due to repetitive deposition/dissolution of Li is one of the problems to be overcome for practical application. The present article demonstrates that the 3D matrix consisting of insulative microfibers on the Li anode functions as a layer absorbing the volume change associated with the deposition/dissolution of Li.