A powerful software developed at Cornell Engineering is helping to inform transportation planning in New York City, resulting in cleaner air and healthier communities. Now the engineers behind the... Read more about Powerful Cornell software informs NYC’s transportation planning
Researchers solve battery voltage fade mystery
A team of researchers has discovered the cause of a performance-reducing “voltage fade” that currently plagues a promising class of battery cathode materials called Lithium-rich NMC (nickel magnesium cobalt) layered oxides.
The team includes Andrej Singer, a Cornell professor of materials science and engineering, who completed the work while at the University of California, San Diego.
The research, featured on the cover of the journal Nature Energy, finds the voltage fade is reversible and could eventually lead to new cathode materials for solid state batteries.
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