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Atomic layer deposition for nanostructured Li-ion batteries
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Nanostructuring is targeted as a solution to achieve the improvements required for implementing Li-ion batteries in a wide range of applications. These applications range in size from electrical vehicles down to microsystems. Atomic layer deposition (ALD) could be an enabling technology for nanostructured Li-ion batteries as it is capable of depositing ultrathin films (1–100 nm) in complex structures with precise growth control. The potential of ALD is reviewed for three battery concepts that can be distinguished, i.e., particle-based electrodes, 3D-structured electrodes, and 3D all-solid-state microbatteries. It is discussed that a large range of materials can be deposited by ALD and recent demonstrations of battery improvements by ALD are used to exemplify its large potential.
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