Among different energy storage devices, the lithium–sulfur (Li–S) battery is the subject of recent
attention. However, the capacity decay caused by polysulfide shuttle leading to sluggish kinetics of
polysulfide redox reactions is the main hindrance for its practical application in Li–S batteries.
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