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Assessment of the Li-air Battery Technology for Automotive Applications through the Development of a Multi-Electrode Solid-State Prototype

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Automotive and Surface Transportation, National Research Council of Canada, Boucherville, QC, Canada
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Energy, Mine and Environment, NRC, Ottawa, ON, Canada
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Automotive and Surface Transportation, NRC, London, ON, Canada
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Energy, Mine and Environment, NRC, Vancouver, BC, Canada
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World Electr. Veh. J. 2016, 8(2), 398-409; https://doi.org/10.3390/wevj8020398
Published: 24 June 2016
This report highlights the results of a project carried out at the National Research Council of Canada (NRC), with the overall objective to address the major issues of the Li-air battery technology and assemble a multi-electrode pilot-scale prototype. Several innovative ideas and technologies were investigated along the core concept of a polymer-based solid-state technology. The assessment of the Li-air technology is discussed through the results of the project as well as other sources, especially concerning its readiness and perspectives for automotive applications.
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Laforgue, A.; Toupin, M.; Mokrini, A.; Gauthier, M.; Bock, C.; Ionescu, M.; Luan, B.; Yuan, X.; Qu, W.; Huot, J. Assessment of the Li-air Battery Technology for Automotive Applications through the Development of a Multi-Electrode Solid-State Prototype. World Electr. Veh. J. 2016, 8, 398-409.

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