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Sodium-Metal Halide and Sodium-Air Batteries

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Issue Date
2014-07
Citation
ChemPhysChem, Vol.15 No.10, pp.1971-1982
Keywords
batterieselectrochemistryenergy conversionsodiumsolid electrolytes
Abstract
Impressive developments have been made in the past a few years toward the establishment of Na-ion batteries as next-generation energy-storage devices and replacements for Li-ion batteries. Na-based cells have attracted increasing attention owing to low production costs due to abundant sodium resources. However, applications of Na-ion batteries are limited to large-scale energy-storage systems because of their lower energy density compared to Li-ion batteries and their potential safety problems. Recently, Na-metal cells such as Na-metal halide and Na-air batteries have been considered to be promising for use in electric vehicles owing to good safety and high energy density, although less attention is focused on Na-metal cells than on Na-ion cells. This Minireview provides an overview of the fundamentals and recent progress in the fields of Na-metal halide and Na-air batteries, with the aim of providing a better understanding of new electrochemical systems.
ISSN
1439-4235
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/171833
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1002/cphc.201402215
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