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In search of an optimized electrolyte for Na-ion batteries
Ponrouch, A., et al.
Energy & Environmental Science, 5, 8572-8583 (2012)
Electrochemical Na Insertion and Solid Electrolyte Interphase for Hard-Carbon Electrodes and Application to Na-Ion Batteries.
Komaba, S., et al.
Advances in Functional Materials, 21, 3859-3867 (2011)
Gianluca Longoni et al.
Nano letters, 17(2), 992-1000 (2016-12-28)
Rechargeable sodium-ion batteries are becoming a viable alternative to lithium-based technology in energy storage strategies, due to the wide abundance of sodium raw material. In the past decade, this has generated a boom of research interest in such systems. Notwithstanding
Chenglong Zhao et al.
Angewandte Chemie (International ed. in English), 59(1), 264-269 (2019-10-18)
Material innovation on high-performance Na-ion cathodes and the corresponding understanding of structural chemistry still remain a challenge. Herein, we report a new concept of high-entropy strategy to design layered oxide cathodes for Na-ion batteries. An example of layered O3-type NaNi0.12
Marie Guignard et al.
Nature materials, 12(1), 74-80 (2012-11-13)
Layered oxides are the subject of intense studies either for their properties as electrode materials for high-energy batteries or for their original physical properties due to the strong electronic correlations resulting from their unique structure. Here we present the detailed
R Berthelot et al.
Nature materials, 10(1), 74-80 (2010-12-15)
Sodium layered oxides NaxCoO2 form one of the most fascinating low-dimensional and strongly correlated systems; in particular P2–NaxCoO2 exhibits various single-phase domains with different Na+/vacancy patterns depending on the sodium concentration. Here we used sodium batteries to clearly depict the
Jia Ding et al.
ACS nano, 7(12), 11004-11015 (2013-11-07)
We demonstrate that peat moss, a wild plant that covers 3% of the earth's surface, serves as an ideal precursor to create sodium ion battery (NIB) anodes with some of the most attractive electrochemical properties ever reported for carbonaceous materials.
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