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Ceramist 2018;21(4):406-415.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31613/ceramist.2018.21.4.08    Published online December 31, 2018.
Design of Structured Electrode for High Energy Densified and Fast Chargeable Lithium Ion Batteries
Sujin Park, Chang-Jun Bae
3D Printing Materials Center, Korea Institute of Materials Science (KIMS) Changwon, Gyengnam, 51508, Republic of Korea
전극구조설계 기반 고에너지밀도·고속충전 리튬이온배터리 제작
박수진, 박수진, 배창준, 배창준
재료연구소 3D프린팅소재연구센터
Correspondence:  Chang-Jun Bae,
Received: 3 December 2018   • Revised: 18 December 2018   • Accepted: 18 December 2018
Lithium ion batteries have been widely adopted as energy storage and the LIB global market has grown fastest. However, LIB players have struggled against maximizing energy density since commercial monolithic electrodes are limited by electrolyte depletion caused by long and tortuous Li-ion diffusion pathways. Recently, new strategies designing the structure of battery electrodes strive for creating fast Li-ion path and alleviating electrolyte depletion problem in monolithic electrodes. In this paper, given the fundamental and experimental approaches, we compare the monolithic to structured electrodes and demonstrate the ways to fabricate high energy, fast chargeable Lithium ion battery.
Key Words: structured electrode, lithium ion battery, high energy density
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