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electrolyte additive for hard carbon anode

electrolyte additive for hard carbon anode

electrolyte additive for hard carbon anode

When we use hard carbon as anode electrode, what is the main reasons that cause the large irreversible capacity?
Because from discharge & charge profile i can't see any plateau that show electrolyte reduction (SEI formation film).
So in this case,is this mean that i can't overcome the irreversible capacity by using electrolyte additive such as VC that widely used as electrolyte additive in graphite anode, right?
Besides, i can't not find any papers that try to improve li-ion battery with using hard carbon by adding electrolyte additive.

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