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Joining dissimilar metals is critically challenging due to the difference in properties of the metals themselves which leads to the formation of brittle intermetallic compounds (IMCs). Aluminum (Al) and copper (Cu) are well-known materials for electrical application as they attribute to various advantageous characteristics. In lithium-ion batteries, to obtain most of the features of the metals, combinations of these metals are highly recommended. However, with such high reflective metals anddoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-907751/v1 fatcat:bmgvj2vd55cnlgc3kj5tptbwvq