Recent Progress of the Solid-State Electrolytes for High-Energy Metal-Based Batteries

Secondary batteries based on metal anodes are among the most sought-after candidates for next-generation mobile and stationary storage systems because they are able to store a larger amount of energy per unit mass or volume

Lei Fan; Shuya Wei; Siyuan Li; Qi Li; Yingying Lu

2018

Key concepts

Scholarcy highlights

  • Secondary batteries based on metal anodes are among the most sought-after candidates for next-generation mobile and stationary storage systems because they are able to store a larger amount of energy per unit mass or volume
  • Unstable electrodeposition and uncontrolled interfacial reactions occuring in liquid electrolytes cause unsatisfying cell performance and potential safety concerns for the commercial application of these metal anodes
  • The comparison of different types of electrolytes is discussed in detail, in the context of electrochemical energy storage applications
  • The focus of this study is on recent advances in a range of attractive and innovative battery chemistries and technologies that are enabled by Solid-state electrolytes
  • The challenges and future perspectives are outlined to foresee the development of SSEs

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