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Lab-scale Cell Fabrication and Evaluation

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Schematic from David Mitlin's Dendrite-free Cycling of Thin Na-metal Anodes research project.

In addition to the upcoming battery manufacturing facility, multiple UT research labs have capabilities to produce and test full-cell batteries with capacities up to 200 mAh. Commercially relevant electrode mass loadings and cycling protocols are employed along with detailed cell performance and electrochemical property assessment.

Standard Cell Prototype Capabilities

Cell Performance Evaluation

Faculty in This Area

Michael Aubrey
John Goodenough
Hadi Khani
Brian Korgel
Arumugam Manthiram
David Mitlin
Buddie Mullins
Venkat Subramanian
Guihua Yu

Recent Research Projects

Crossover Effects in Cells with High-nickel Layered Oxide Cathodes and Silicon/Graphite Composite Anodes
Arumugam Manthiram
Advanced Energy Materials

Lithium Trapping in Germanium Nanopores during Delithiation Process
Buddie Mullins
Applied Materials Today

Analysis of Early Failure of Lithium–Sulfur Batteries: Crosstalk between Sulfur Cathode and Lithium Anode
Venkat Subramanian
Advanced Science

Dimensionality Effect of Conductive Carbon Fillers in Cathodes
Guihua Yu
Carbon

Dendrite-free Cycling of Thin Na-metal Anodes
David Mitlin
Energy and Environmental Science

An Optimized Li-S Cell
John Goodenough
Advanced Functional Materials