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  • Toward all-solid lithium batteries | MIT News

    Most batteries are composed of two solid, electrochemically active layers called electrodes, separated by a

    olymer membrane infused with a liquid or gel electrolyte. But recent research has explored the

    ossibility of all-solid-state batteries, in which the liquid (and

    otentially flammable) electrolyte would be replaced by a solid electrolyte, which could enhance the batteries’ energy density and safety.

    Now, for the first time, a team at MIT has

    robed the mechanical

    roperties of a sulfide-based solid electrolyte material, to determine its mechanical

    erformance when incorporated into batteries.

    The new findings were

    ublished this week in the journal Advanced Energy Materials, in a

    aper by Frank McGrogan and Tushar Swamy, both MIT graduate students; Krystyn Van Vliet, the Mic


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