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ChemSusChem ; : e202202156, 2023 Jan 30.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-36715574


All-solid-state lithium batteries (ASSBs) enabled by solid-state electrolytes (SEs) including oxide-based and sulfide-based electrolytes have gained worldwide attention because of their intrinsic safety and higher energy density over conventional lithium-ion batteries (LIBs). However, despite the high ionic conductivity of advanced SEs, ASSBs still exhibit high overall internal resistance, the most significant contributor of which can be ascribed to the cathode-SE interfaces. This review seeks to clarify the critical issues regarding the cathode-SE interfaces, including fundamental principles and corresponding solutions. First, major issues concerning electro-chemo-mechanical instability between cathodes and SEs and their formation mechanisms are discussed. Then, specific problems in oxides and sulfides and various solutions and strategies toward interfacial modifications are highlighted. Efforts toward the characterization and analysis of cathode-SE interfaces with advanced techniques are also summarized. Finally, perspectives are offered on several problems demanding urgent solutions and the future development of SE applications and ASSBs.

Comput Intell Neurosci ; 2022: 9337569, 2022.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35571700


City leading industries are the pillars of urban economic development and are constantly changing as urban economic development enters different stages. The weight setting of many factors in the existing leading industry selection methods and means is mainly set by humans, which is highly subjective and lacks dynamics, integrity, and quantification, and the accuracy of prediction results is not high. Therefore, starting from respecting objective data, the SSM selection method with both dynamic and quantifiable properties is introduced. Based on the SSM mathematical model and principles, 35 manufacturing industries in Guangzhou in 2015 and 2020 are selected as initial variables and stage variables, respectively, taking 35 corresponding industrial sectors in the province as reference variables at the same time point and using the SSM algorithm as an analytical tool to conduct an empirical analysis of the share deviation component, structural deviation component, and competitiveness deviation component of the 35 manufacturing industry sectors in Guangzhou. After drawing the Shift-share analysis chart, it was found that there are 12 industrial sectors most likely to become the city leading industries in Guangzhou, and 4 suggestions for the development planning of city leading industries were put forward; they are, respectively, ➀ accelerate traditional industries technological upgrading, ➁ focus on optimizing automobile manufacturing industry, ➂ promote leading industries independent innovation, and ➃ create leading industry sharing platform.

Indústrias , Indústria Manufatureira , Algoritmos , China , Cidades , Desenvolvimento Econômico , Humanos
Nanotechnology ; 34(6)2022 Nov 28.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-34749349


Two-step anodization has been widely used because it can produce highly self-organized anodic TiO2nanotubes, but the differences in morphology and current-time curve of one-step anodization and two-step anodization are rarely reported. Here, one-step anodization and two-step anodization were conducted at different voltages. By comparing the FESEM image of anodic TiO2nanotubes fabricated by one-step anodization and two-step anodization, it was found that the variation of morphology characteristics is same with voltage. The distinction of morphology and current-time curve between one-step anodization and two-step anodization at the same voltage were analyzed: the nanotube average growth rate and porosity of two-step anodization are greater than that of one-step anodization. In the current-time curve, the duration of stage I and stage II in two-step anodization are significantly shorter than one-step anodization. The traditional field-assisted dissolution theory cannot explain the three stages of the current-time curves and their physics meaning under different voltages in the same fluoride electrolyte. Here, the distinction between one-step anodization and two-step anodization was clarified successfully by the theories of ionic current and electronic current and oxygen bubble mould.