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Thermal Decomposition Assisted Construction of Nano‐Li3N Sites Interface Layer Enabling Homogeneous Li Deposition

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Lithium (Li) metal is a highly desirable anode for all-solid-state lithium-ion batteries (ASSLBs) due to its high theoretical capacity and being well matched with solid-state electrolytes. However, the practical applications of Li metal anode are hindered by the uneven Li metal plating/stripping behavior and poor contact between electrolyte and Li anode. Herein, a convenient and efficient strategy to construct the Li3N-based interlayer between solid poly(ethylene oxide) (PEO) electrolyte and Li anode is proposed by in-situ thermal decomposition of 2,2'-azobisisobutyronitrile (AIBN) additive. The evolved Li3N nanoparticles are capable of combining LiF, cyano derivatives and PEO electrolyte to form a buffer layer of about 0.9 μm during the cell cycle, which can buffer Li+ concentration and homogenize Li deposition. The Li||Li symmetric cells with Li3N-based interlayer show excellent cycle stability at 0.2 mA cm-2, which is at least 4 times longer cycle life than that of PEO electrolytes without Li3N layer. This work provides a convenient strategy for designing interface engineering between solid-state polymer electrolyte and Li anode.

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