The Electrochemical Properties of Lithium/Sulfur Cell Using Sulfur–Carbon Nanotubes Composite
Sulfur electrode was prepared using sulfur-CNT composite powder. The sulfur electrode showed homogenous mixture of sulfur and the CNTs with a network structure. We investigated on the discharge behavior and cycling property of lithium/sulfur cell using sulfur electrodes with CNTs as unique conducting agents. The discharge capacity of the Li/TEGDME/S cell was about 1227 mAh/g-sulfur for the first cycle and decreased to 155 mAh/g-sulfur after 14 cycles.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2011
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