Series Vol. 26 , 07 November 2023
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Due to the burning of fossil energy which is a non-renewable nature resource, it has caused many environmental problems, then the world began to face energy shortage and environmental problems. In order to solve these two problems, people have started to develop new energy sources and vigorously research new methods for energy’s efficient storage and utilization. The Li-ion battery is a research priority because it has great properties such as high specific energy and environmental friendliness, but they still need further performance improvement before it can be put into use. In this paper, the lithium-ion battery’s anode is selected as the research object to investigate the performance of carbon-based nanomaterials, silicon-based nanomaterials, and metal-based nanomaterials, and to study the actual performance and modification methods to analyze the application prospects of the materials. Improving the Li-ion battery cathode material performance can significantly improve the battery’s capacity and performance stability, speed up the process of putting lithium-ion batteries into use, and improve people's ability to store and use energy to cope with the energy crisis.
lithium ion battery, anode, nanomaterials
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