To improve charging capacity in lithium-ion batteries and increase adoption of electric vehicles, researchers say the industry will have to return to the basic science of how batteries wear out over time. A multi-institute team has developed the most comprehensive view yet of Li-ion battery electrodes, where most damage typically occurs from repeatedly charging them. The Purdue University-led team says Li-ion battery technology has been slow to improve and the batteries have yet to reveal ...

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