Exploring Divalent Ion Mass Transport in Polar Solids with μSR

Dr Ryan Bayliss & Dr Peter Baker
Batteries are ubiquitous in everday applications but making them cheaper, safer, and able to store more energy could widen their use still further. Many rechargeable batteries rely on lithium ions moving backwards and forwards between a material that contains lithium to graphite through an electrolyte. Being able to replace the graphite with lithium metal would massively increase the energy density, but unfortunately defects form that make such a battery unsafe. Other metals are not prone...
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