Electrode nanostructures in lihtium-based batteries

Mahmood, N and Hou, Y 2014, 'Electrode nanostructures in lihtium-based batteries', Advanced Science, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 1-20.


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Title Electrode nanostructures in lihtium-based batteries
Author(s) Mahmood, N
Hou, Y
Year 2014
Journal name Advanced Science
Volume number 1
Issue number 1
Start page 1
End page 20
Total pages 20
Publisher Wiley
Abstract Lithium-based batteries possessing energy densities much higher than those of the conventional batteries belong to the most promising class of future energy devices. However, there are some fundamental issues related to their electrodes which are big roadblocks in their applications to electric vehicles (EVs). Nanochemistry has advantageous roles to overcome these problems by defining new nanostructures of electrode materials. This review article will highlight the challenges associated with these chemistries both to bring high performance and longevity upon considering the working principles of the various types of lithium-based (Li-ion, Li-air and Li-S) batteries. Further, the review discusses the advantages and challenges of nanomaterials in nanostructured electrodes of lithium-based batteries, concerns with lithium metal anode and the recent advancement in electrode nanostructures.
Subject Synthesis of Materials
Functional Materials
Nanomaterials
Keyword(s) Nitrogen-Doped Graphene
Li-Ion Battery
Electrochemical Energy-Storage
Phase-Controlled Synthesis
Oxygen Reduction Reaction
Long-Cycle-Life
Anode Materials
Sulfur Batteries
High-Capacity
Air Batteries
DOI - identifier 10.1002/advs.201400012
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ISSN 2198-3844
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