Lithium sulfur battery cell prototype boosts performance: Page 2 of 2

January 06, 2020 // By Nick Flaherty
Associate Professor Matthew Hill, Dr Mahdokht Shaibani and Professor Mainak Majumder with the lithium-sulphur battery design.
Researchers in Australia have developed a lithium sulfur battery cell that they believe could provide four times the energy density of current batteries with hundreds of recharging cycles.

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Using the same materials in standard lithium-ion batteries, researchers changed the design of sulphur cathodes so they could accommodate higher stress loads without reducing the overall capacity or performance.“This approach not only favours high performance metrics and long cycle life, but is also simple and extremely low-cost to manufacture, using water-based processes, and can lead to significant reductions in environmentally hazardous waste,” said Matthew Hill, associate professor at Monash.

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