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Electron transfer in the solid-electrolyte interphase

Miller, Thomas F. (2019) Electron transfer in the solid-electrolyte interphase. In: 257th ACS National Meeting & Exposition, 31 March - 4 April 2019, Orlando, FL.

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Batteries that utilize lithium metal for the anode material offer high energy d. and promise new technologies and applications. However, rechargeable lithium batteries are plagued by the formation of needle-like lithium dendrites during anodal electrodeposition, causing battery failure. Understanding the mol. processes and interactions that govern lithium electrodeposition is essential for the design of methods and materials to inhibit or prevent dendrite formation. We will describe recent work using all-atom simulations to characterize the mol. processes assocd. with lithium electroplating, including fundamental aspects of electron transfer in the solid-electrolyte interphase (SEI).

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