Originally published by Tohoku University, Research News Magnesium rechargeable batteries (MRBs), where high-capacity Mg metal is used as the anode material, are promising candidates for next-generation batteries due to their energy density, safety, and cost. However, the lack of high-performance cathode materials impedes their development. Journal of Materials Chemistry : Electrochemically synthesized liquid-sulfur/sulfide composite materials […]
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