By [Energy Central] Majdadeen AlGhoury Silicon has incredible potential as a negative electrode material in lithium-ion batteries. It can store up to four ions per silicon atom, surpassing graphite’s capacity. That means more energy storage density for our devices. ⚡️ However, silicon’s volume expansion during charging poses challenges. This can lead to mechanical stress, electrode degradation, and reduced..
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