Editor’s Choice Collection titled Beyond Li: Alternative battery chemistries, selected by Associate Editor Professor Magdalena Titirici
02 Nov 2022
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|Current Li ion batteries are relying on critical materials that have a high risk linked to their supply, while their demand is constantly rising. Moving towards a circular battery economy is one solution, but this alone will not be able to address the issue of critical materials. The other solution is developing alternative battery chemistries based on abundant materials to complement Li-ion batteries in the future and diversify the battery market to match requirements for different applications. This collection, selected by Associate Editor Professor Magdalena Titirici, Imperial College London, UK, highlights some progress made in this direction based on recent papers published in Materials Advances and Journal of Materials Chemistry A.
|Papers published in Materials Advances are gold open access and freely accessible. Those published in Journal of Materials Chemistry A are free to access until 1 December 2022.