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Graphite electrode as a versatile ion intercalation host for energy storage
Haegyeom Kim, PhD
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Materials Sciences Division, LBNL, Berkeley, CA 94720, USA.

Graphite is actively investigated as an electrode material for rechargeable batteries because of its capability of intercalating versatile ion species combined with its low production cost and non-toxicity. This mini review will provide an overview of recent achievements as well as an outlook for graphite electrode of rechargeable batteries (i.e. Li-, Na-, K-, and Al-ion batteries), focusing on the energy storage properties of graphite electrode in various battery systems and its underlying intercalation mechanism. This mini review will provide insights into designing low-cost graphite-based energy storage systems.  


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