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Designing a High-Power Sodium-Ion Battery by in Situ Metal Plating

Francesco Mazzali, Marcin Orzech, Arturas Adomkevicius Orcid Logo, Ambra Pisanu, Lorenzo Malavasi, Davide Deganello Orcid Logo, Serena Margadonna Orcid Logo

ACS Applied Energy Materials, Volume: 2, Issue: 1, Pages: 344 - 353

Swansea University Authors: Francesco Mazzali, Marcin Orzech, Arturas Adomkevicius Orcid Logo, Davide Deganello Orcid Logo, Serena Margadonna Orcid Logo

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DOI (Published version): 10.1021/acsaem.8b01361

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Sodium ion batteries represent a drop-in technology and a more sustainable alternative to Li-ion, but higher energies and power levels are required to meet the demands required by a greener electrification. Here, the design of an anode-free sodium-ion battery is presented and its performances discus...

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ISSN: 2574-0962 2574-0962
Published: 2019
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title_short Designing a High-Power Sodium-Ion Battery by in Situ Metal Plating
title_full Designing a High-Power Sodium-Ion Battery by in Situ Metal Plating
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description Sodium ion batteries represent a drop-in technology and a more sustainable alternative to Li-ion, but higher energies and power levels are required to meet the demands required by a greener electrification. Here, the design of an anode-free sodium-ion battery is presented and its performances discussed in terms of reduced mass and high power capabilities. The cell consists of an Iron Hexacyanoferrate - reduced Graphene Oxide composite as cathode material whose synthesis is tailored to achieve minimal structural defects (3%) and water content. Its high-potential redox couple FeLS(C) is stabilized at high rates, granting the full cell with high discharge voltage and power. As negative substrate, a carbon coated aluminum foil was adopted for in situ plating/stripping of Na metal, showing very small voltage hysteresis up to an applied current of 2 mA/cm2. Overall, this simplified full cell architecture can deliver up to 340 Wh/kg and 500 W/kg at nominal 1C retaining 80% in 250 cycles, with the possibility of delivering 9000 W/kg at 20C. Bridging the boundaries between batteries and supercapacitors, this research aims to expand the range of possible applications for Na-ion technology.
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