One of the key targets for further development of sodium-ion batteries is to improve their cycle life. Now, an electrolyte formulation is proposed to tackle the dissolution of both the solid-electrolyte interphases and the transition metals in cathodes, leading to enhanced cyclability.
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Åvall, G., Adelhelm, P. Solution to dissolution. Nat Energy 7, 682–683 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41560-022-01079-6