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Ecologically and Economically viable Production and Recycling of Lithium-Ion Batteries


Project identity, website and social media channels

Report on the ECO²LIB online and digital communication activities incl. Logo, website, social media, etc. This deliverable relates to Task 9.1.

First Report on the characterization of electrolytes

The report will describe the development of electrolyte system for the project. The report will encompass conductivity, electrochemical stability, diffusivity, rheological properties, interfacial stability for Generation I of the electrolytes. The deliverable relates to Task 6.3.

Requirements specification

The specification of the requirements for the LIB cells especially for stationary applications will be described and fixed as a measure for the project success. The deliverable refers to Task 4.2.

Generation I of electrolyte (high-liquid)

The 1st generation of electrolyte will be a high-liquid gellified electrolyte containing linear polycarbonates. The electrolyte composition will be based on state-of-the-art from the SINTBAT project. The deliverable relates to Task 2.3.

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Surface Oxidation of Nano-Silicon as a Method for Cycle Life Enhancement of Li-ion Active Materials

Author(s): Maciej Ratynski, Bartosz Hamankiewicz, Dominika A. Buchberger, Andrzej Czerwinski
Published in: Molecules, Issue 25/18, 2020, Page(s) 4093, ISSN 1420-3049
DOI: 10.3390/molecules25184093

Multi-scale quantification and modeling of aged nanostructured silicon-based composite anodes

Author(s): Thomas Vorauer, Praveen Kumar, Christopher L. Berhaut, Fereshteh F. Chamasemani, Pierre-Henri Jouneau, David Aradilla, Samuel Tardif, Stephanie Pouget, Bernd Fuchsbichler, Lukas Helfen, Selcuk Atalay, Widanalage D. Widanage, Stefan Koller, Sandrine Lyonnard, Roland Brunner
Published in: Communications Chemistry, Issue 3/1, 2020, ISSN 2399-3669
DOI: 10.1038/s42004-020-00386-x