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Most electrochemical energy storages (battery cells) consist of solid electrodes separated by a liquid electrolyte (LE). If electrode materials are – at least partially – soluble in the electrolyte, detrimental mass transport between both electrodes (electrode cross-talk) occurs. The shuttle mechanism in lithium-sulfur batteries or leaching of Mn in high voltage cathode materials are important examples. Implementing a solid electrolyte (SE) membrane between the electrodes is a comprehensibledoi:10.26434/chemrxiv.11734740.v1 fatcat:rhtqj5pzlbbcdesvz37jxadljy