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Designing Advanced Vanadium-Based Materials to Achieve Electrochemically Active Multielectron Reactions in Sodium/Potassium-Ion Batteries
Chen,Mingzhe1; Liu,Qiannan2; Hu,Zhe2; Zhang,Yanyan1; Xing,Guichuan1; Tang,Yuxin1; Chou,Shu Lei2
2020-11-01
Source PublicationAdvanced Energy Materials
ISSN1614-6832
Volume10Issue:42
AbstractNext-generation sodium-ion batteries (SIBs) and potassium-ion batteries (PIBs) are considered to be promising alternatives to replace current lithium-ion batteries due to the high abundance of sodium and potassium resources. New energetic vanadium-based compounds that undergoes multielectron reactions and demonstrate good sodium/potassium storage capability, provide new solutions for high-performance SIBs/PIBs in terms of high energy/power density and long-time cyclability. So far, desirable rich redox centers (V-V), consolidated frameworks, and the high theoretical capacities of vanadium-based compounds have been widely explored for practical applications. Rational materials design utilizing vanadium multiredox centers and the fundamental understanding of their charge-transfer processes and mechanisms are critical in the development of high-performance battery systems. The scientific importance and basic design strategies for high performance V-based anode/cathode materials, structure-function properties and state-of-the-art understanding of V-based electrode materials are herein classified and highlighted alongside their design strategies. The important role of the valence electron layer of vanadium, and the scientific advances of vanadium partitions in other electrochemical behaviors are also summarized in detail. Finally, relevant strategies and perspectives discussed in this review provide practical guidance to explore the undiscovered potentials of multi-electron reaction relationships of not only V-based composites, but also other types of electrode materials.
Keywordmultielectron reactions sodium/potassium ion batteries structure-property relationship vanadium-based materials
DOI10.1002/aenm.202002244
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Language英语
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionUniversity of Macau
Corresponding AuthorTang,Yuxin
Affiliation1.Institute of Applied Physics and Materials Engineering,University of Macau,Macao
2.Institute for Superconducting and Electronic Materials,Australian Institute for Innovative Materials,University of Wollongong,North Wollongong,Innovation Campus, Squires Way,2522,Australia
First Author AffilicationINSTITUTE OF APPLIED PHYSICS AND MATERIALS ENGINEERING
Corresponding Author AffilicationINSTITUTE OF APPLIED PHYSICS AND MATERIALS ENGINEERING
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Chen,Mingzhe,Liu,Qiannan,Hu,Zhe,et al. Designing Advanced Vanadium-Based Materials to Achieve Electrochemically Active Multielectron Reactions in Sodium/Potassium-Ion Batteries[J]. Advanced Energy Materials,2020,10(42).
APA Chen,Mingzhe,Liu,Qiannan,Hu,Zhe,Zhang,Yanyan,Xing,Guichuan,Tang,Yuxin,&Chou,Shu Lei.(2020).Designing Advanced Vanadium-Based Materials to Achieve Electrochemically Active Multielectron Reactions in Sodium/Potassium-Ion Batteries.Advanced Energy Materials,10(42).
MLA Chen,Mingzhe,et al."Designing Advanced Vanadium-Based Materials to Achieve Electrochemically Active Multielectron Reactions in Sodium/Potassium-Ion Batteries".Advanced Energy Materials 10.42(2020).
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