New paper published in Advanced Energy Materials on boosting lithium battery performance with graphene acid

New paper published in Advanced Energy Materials. Our work used densely carboxylated but conducting
graphene derivative (graphene acid) to enable effective operation without compromising the mechanical or chemical stability of the electrode. In our studies, we found a maximum performance of 800 mAh/g at a rate of 0.05 A/g and 174 mAh/g at 2.0 A/g. This Czech-German work was done in strong collaboration especially with the team of Aristides Bakandritsos from the Technical University of Ostrava.