Understanding the sodium storage mechanisms of organic electrodes in sodium ion batteries: issues and solutions

This review provides insights into the different sodium storage mechanisms in various categories of organic materials

Ranjusha Rajagopalan; Yougen Tang; Chuankun Jia; Xiaobo Ji; Haiyan Wang

2020

Scholarcy highlights

  • Organic electrode materials offer a new opportunity to develop high energy/power density, low-cost, environmentally benign sodium ion batteries. For many years this category of materials has not been considered as a potential electrode candidate for SIBs mainly because excessive research focused on inorganic materials due to their successful commercialization in the proven lithium ion battery technologies
  • This review for the first time consolidates and provides insights into the different sodium storage mechanisms observed in various categories of organic electrode materials
  • This article is part of the themed collection: Energy & Environmental Science Cover Art

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