...However, the Li-metal anode is notoriously challenging
THE "SHARP" QUESTION
Conventional electrolytes are flammable and unstable against Li-metal, causing unfavored reactions that create sharp spikes called Li-dendrites, which damage the battery and pose safety hazards.
THE "DULL" ANSWER
With years of meticulous R&D at Stanford University, we have proudly pioneered entirely new electrolyte molecules. These innovative molecules, distinct from any existing solutions, demonstrate superior stability with Li-metal, even under high-temp. They passivate Li-metal surface and eradicate Li-dendrites, ushering in a new era of battery technology that promises unparalleled safety, extended lifespan, and increased energy density.
Feon Li-metal anode shows zero dendrite after extensive cycling