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AUT Researchers Developed Lithium-Rich Cathodes to Make High-Energy Lithium-Ion Batteries

 | Post date: 2020/04/11 | 
According to the public relations of AUT, Mohadeseh Rastgoo Deilami, a graduate of Applied Chemistry and principal investigator of “Preparation and review of lithium-rich cathodes based on LiNiMnCo and metal oxide coatings for use in lithium-ion batteries" project, said: due to global warming and melting of polar ice caps following the overuse of fossil fuels and the release of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, it is important to consider the emergence of new methods and systems for generating and storing more electricity. Fortunately, lithium-rich cathodes and their lithium-ion batteries have been successfully developed on a laboratory scale at AUT with this project.
The results of this research have been obtained with the guidance of Dr. Mehran Javanbakht and Dr. Hamid Omidvar, faculty members of Amirkabir University of Technology.