Recent Advances in All-Solid-State Lithium–Oxygen Batteries: Challenges, Strategies, Future

Sara Pakseresht*, Mustafa Celik, Aslihan Guler, Ahmed Waleed Majeed Al-Ogaili, Tanja Kallio

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Digital platforms, electric vehicles, and renewable energy grids all rely on energy storage systems, with lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) as the predominant technology. However, the current energy density of LIBs is insufficient to meet the long-term objectives of these applications, and traditional LIBs with flammable liquid electrolytes pose safety concerns. All-solid-state lithium–oxygen batteries (ASSLOBs) are emerging as a promising next-generation energy storage technology with potential energy densities up to ten times higher than those of current LIBs. ASSLOBs utilize non-flammable solid-state electrolytes (SSEs) and offer superior safety and mechanical stability. However, ASSLOBs face challenges, including high solid-state interface resistances and unstable lithium-metal anodes. In recent years, significant progress has been proceeded in developing new materials and interfaces that improve the performance and stability of ASSLOBs. This review provides a comprehensive overview of the recent advances and challenges in the ASSLOB technology, including the design principles and strategies for developing high-performance ASSLOBs and advances in SSEs, cathodes, anodes, and interface engineering. Overall, this review highlights valuable insights into the current state of the art and future directions for ASSLOB technology.

Original languageEnglish
Article number380
Number of pages36
Issue number7
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2023
MoE publication typeA2 Review article, Literature review, Systematic review


  • interfaces
  • lithium–oxygen batteries
  • safety
  • solid electrolytes


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