Dry-Electrode All-Solid-State Batteries Fortified with a Moisture Absorbent

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ACS Nano


For realizing all-solid-state batteries (ASSBs), it is highly desirable to develop a robust solid electrolyte (SE) that has exceptional ionic conductivity and electrochemical stability at room temperature. While argyrodite-type Li6PS5Cl (LPSCl) SE has garnered attention for its relatively high ionic conductivity (∼3.19 × 10-3 S cm-1), it tends to emit hydrogen sulfide (H2S) in the presence of moisture, which can hinder the performance of ASSBs. To address this issue, researchers are exploring approaches that promote structural stability and moisture resistance through elemental doping or substitution. Herein, we suggest using zeolite imidazolate framework-8 as a moisture absorbent in LPSCl without modifying the structure of the SE or the electrode configuration. By incorporating highly ordered porous materials, we demonstrate that ASSBs configured with LPSCl SE display stable cyclability due to effective and long-lasting moisture absorption. This approach not only improves the overall quality of ASSBs but also lays the foundation for developing a moisture-resistant sulfide electrolyte.

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Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy



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