Another point the authors did not consider in their work is the well known copper dissolution occurring at voltage above 2–2.5 (vs Li). This is actually the major problem associated with the overdischarge of Li-ion batteries and it is well known to Li battery scientists.
I believe the first manuscript from the same authors (also on EES) gives some hints on the second…
stefano.passerini@kit.edu
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I’ve certainly seen this in practice and in passing mention in papers: do you have a good reference that details the phenomenon?

What I’m curious about is how selective for Li over Cu the glass truly is.

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