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Almond Shell as a Microporous Carbon Source for Sustainable Cathodes in Lithium–Sulfur Batteries
A microporous carbon derived from biomass (almond shells) and activated with phosphoric acid was analysed as a cathodic matrix in Li–S batteries. By studying the parameters of the carbonization process of this biomass ...
Biomass-derived carbon/γ-MnO2 nanorods/S composites prepared by facile procedures with improved performance for Li/S batteries
The promising prospects of the Li/S battery, due to its theoretical energy density of about 2500 Wh kg─1, are severely limited by two main weaknesses: the poor conductivity of S and the solubility of the polysulphides ...