Cornell team uses ice-templating to synthesize porous carbon for high performance electrodes for Li-S batteries

By mmillikin

A team at Cornell University has used ice-templating to synthesize hierarchical porous carbons (HPCs) with extremely high surface areas of up to 2340 m2 g−1 with total pore volume of up to 3.8 cm3 g−1 as supports for sulfur for electrodes in Li–S batteries.

Ice-templating (or freeze-casting) uses the controlled freezing

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