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Application Note

Change of Elastic Properties of Graphite Electrode upon Li Intercalation

Since graphite is widely used as a lithium battery anode, engineers should understand the change in the elastic response during charging and discharging.

 

This is a critical step in improving the accuracy of engineering models of electrode design.

 

First-principles computations reliably predict elastic properties of materials and empower engineers to complete experimental data with a high level of confidence.

 

In particular, you can use MedeA to predict the mechanical properties of battery materials under wide-ranging conditions to provide insight into the underlying physical mechanisms that lead to stress, deformation and eventual structural failure.

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