Electrochemically molecular-imprinted catalysts enable high-energy-density Li-S batteries

High energy density is a crucial direction for future battery development. Lithium-sulfur (Li-S) batteries, with their high theoretical energy density, have garnered significant attention. However, the slow solid-liquid-solid conversion of sulfur, especially the oxidation of lithium sulfide (Li2S) during charging, which requires overcoming large reaction barriers, leads to incomplete Li2S conversion and electrode passivation.

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