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Fabrication of All-Solid-State Rechargeable Batteries with Controlled Solid Interfaces

Research Project Outline

The development of innovative rechargeable batteries with high performance and low cost is necessary for the coming low carbon society. In order to realize all-solid-state batteries as an ultimate goal of energy storage systems, in this project, all-solid-state lithium secondary batteries with high power and high energy density will be developed by employing sulfide glass-based superionic materials as one of the most promising solid electrolytes. The structure and reaction of the solid/solid interface between electrolytes and electrodes will be studied and the processes to fabricate the most efficient interface in the batteries wil be investigated.

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Professor, Osaka Prefecture University
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Creation of Innovative Technologies to Control Carbon Dioxide Emissions
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