Question: What's the maximum capacity of LiC6?
Answer: 372 mAh g−1

Context: The mechanism of lithium intercalation in the so-called ‘soft’ anodes, i.e. graphite or graphitable carbons, is well known: it develops through well-identified, reversible stages, corresponding to progressive intercalation within discrete graphene layers, to reach the formation of LiC6 with a maximum theoretical capacity of 372 mAh g−1.

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