Monitoring electrolyte stability in lithium-air batteries for electric aircraft

Monitoring electrolyte stability in lithium-air batteries for electric aircraft

Switching to electric powered transport is one way of reducing CO2 emissions and their negative effects on the climate. Lithium-air batteries could play an important role in this transition, as they have the potential to provide the highest known theoretical energy density (3,400 Wh/kg). Development of lithium-air batteries requires highly stable electrolytes that are resistant to decomposition under operating conditions. […]

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