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Understanding the Failure Mechanism of Rechargeable Aluminum Batteries: Metal Anode Perspective Through X‐Ray Tomography

Rechargeable aluminum batteries, which are cost-effective energy storage systems due to the abundance of natural aluminum resources, have emerged as one of the leading candidates for the next generation of rechargeable batteries. Although aluminum refining's electrochemical deposition of aluminum in ionic liquids is well investigated, aluminum ions' reversible electrochemical deposition/dissolution behavior of aluminum ions is not trivial. The electrochemical stability of the aluminum metal anode in IL electrolytes is investigated herein, and the failure mechanism is explained. The inorganic anion of ILs has mainly affected the electrochemical stability, according to the author, whereas organic cation influences the aluminum metal degradation.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1002/aesr.202100164


Cyclohexanedodecol-Assisted Interfacial Engineering for Robust and High-Performance Zinc Metal Anode

Abstract: Abstract Zinc-ion batteries can be one of the most popular electrochemical energy storage units for being non-flammable, low-cost, and environmentally friendly. To solve these problems, we firstly establish [Zn5]2+ sensitive ion in an aqueous Zn electrolyte and secondly build a robust barrier layer on the Zn surface, using a dual-functional organic additive cyclohexanedodecol. At a very low rate of 0. 1 mg mL-1 CHD, long-term reversible Zn plating/stripping could be achieved up to 2200 h at 2 mA cm, 1000 h at 5 mA cm2, and 650 h at 10 mA cm2 at the maximum capacity of 1 mAh cm2 at the fixed capacity of 1 mAh cm2. Such a success may lead to the commercialization of AZIBs for use in grid energy storage and industrial energy storage.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s40820-022-00846-0


Plasma‐Strengthened Lithiophilicity of Copper Oxide Nanosheet–Decorated Cu Foil for Stable Lithium Metal Anode

Abstract Lithium metal is the most suitable anode for next-generation lithium-ion batteries. It's highly desired to develop a stable lithium metal anode with uniform lithium deposition. The symmetric cell constructed with the lithium-plated electrode can be cycled for more than 600 h with a low-voltage hysteresis that is more effective than those of electrodes without plasma treatment.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1002/advs.201901433


Strengthening dendrite suppression in lithium metal anode by in-situ construction of Li–Zn alloy layer

The lithium metal anode is one of the most popular lithium rechargeable batteries due to its ultrahigh theoretical fidelity and low electrode potential. Here, a Li–Zn alloy layer is assembled in situ on Li metal foil by a simple chemical reaction of zinc trifluoromethanesulfonate with Li metal. The Li metal anode with the Li-Zn alloy layer can live in symmetrical cells for more than 500 h under a current density of 2 mA cm2.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.elecom.2019.106565


Lithium metal anode on a copper dendritic superstructure

Li-metal is one of the most popular anode materials for electrochemical energy storage. However, Li dendrite growth during electrochemical deposition has resulted in poor Coulombic stability and safety issues, and has long stymied the use of rechargeable Li-metal batteries. The anode-free dendritic superstructure exhibits outstanding results, highlighting the importance of rational design for a new collector that can accept Li anodes and provide a long lifespan.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.elecom.2018.12.015


Synchronous Healing of Li Metal Anode via Asymmetrical Bidirectional Current

Summary: The manufacture of Li metal anodes while minimizing dendrite growth is a major obstacle for designing high-energy density batteries. Dendrites can appear as a result of an inhomogenous charge delivery or an irregular substrate, and often, the only way to reduce dendrite formation is to avoid entirely building dendrites. These findings indicate that ABCM may be a promising way to maintain Li anode batteries in Li metal batteries, without any chemical/physical modification of the anode. Electrochemical Energy Storage; Electrical Engineering; Electrical Engineering; Energy Materials Subject Areas: Electrochemical Energy Storage; Electrical Engineering; Energy Materials Subject Areas: Electrochemical Energy Storage; Electrical Engineering; Energy Materials Subject Areas: Electrochemical Energy Storage; Electrochemical Energy Storage; Energy Materials Subject Areas: Electrochemical Energy Storage; Electrical Engineering; Energy Materials Subject Areas: Electrochemical Energy Storage; Electrochemical Energy Storage; Electrochemical Energy Storage; Electrochemical Energy Storage; Energy Materials Subject Areas: Electrochemical Energy Storage Electrochemical Energy Storage; Electric Engineering; Electrical Engineering; Electrical Engineering; Electric Engineering; Electric Engineering; Energy Materials Subject Areas: Electrochemical Energy Materials Subject Areas: Electrochemical Energy Materials Subject Areas: Electrochemical Energy Storage; Electric Generation.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.isci.2019.100781


Co-guiding the dendrite-free plating of lithium on lithiophilic ZnO and fluoride modified 3D porous copper for stable Li metal anode

Due to its ultra-high theoretical capacity and very low failure rate, Lithium metal battery is considered to be the most promising energy storage technologies due to its ultra-high theoretical capacity and extremely low maximum potential. The as-prepared 3D Cu/ZnO/F can reduce Li dendrite growth and minimize the rapid volume change of Li metal anode during the cycling process, resulting in a stable solid electrolyte interface layer and electrode structure. Both ZnO and fluorine's synergistic effects on inducing uniform deposition of lithium by providing bonding locations can minimize the production of lithium dendrites and therefore increase lithium battery electrochemical efficiency.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmat.2019.11.007


Methods to Improve Lithium Metal Anode for Li-S Batteries

As a result, lithium metal anode improvement is a significant way to increase lithium sulfur battery's performance. The bulk of this paper is a review of lithium metal anode lithium sulfur batteries, which include adding electrolyte additives, using solid, and/or gel polymer electrolyte, reforming separators, applying a protective coating, and providing host materials for lithium deposition.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fchem.2019.00827


Stress Dispersed Cu Metal Anode by Laser Multiscale Patterning for Lithium-Ion Batteries with High Capacity

As the industry continues to develop, electric power production continues to rise, while the demand for high-capacity batteries for efficient operation of the electric power plants has never been higher than ever before. Because of its high theoretical capacity, Si has been gaining a lot of attention lately as an anode electrode material. The initial capacity of the Cu current-collector is proportional to the laser's production, and the Cu current-collector's initial capacity, which was produced at the highest laser output, is 396. 7% higher than that of the coin cell prepared with a blank Cu current-collector. The charge transfer resistance of the coin cell made with the Cu current-collector and irradiated with the highest laser output is 190. 2% lower than that of the coin cell prepared with the empty Cu current-collector.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/met8060410


Polyacrylonitrile-Nanofiber-Based Gel Polymer Electrolyte for Novel Aqueous Sodium-Ion Battery Based on a Na4Mn9O18 Cathode and Zn Metal Anode

An optimized Na+/Zn2+ mixed-ion electrolyte was produced by trapping a polyacrylonitrile nanofiber polymer matrix in a polyacrylonitrile nanofiber polymer matrix. We find that the Na4Mn9O18//Zn gel polymer battery is a promising and reliable high-performance battery with a 96 mAh g−1, and 64 mAh g−1 after 200 cycles at a high cycling rate of 1 C.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/polym10080853

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