Fundamental Understanding and Optimization Strategies for Dual-Ion Batteries : A Review

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Original languageEnglish
Article number121
Journal / PublicationNano-Micro Letters
Volume15
Issue number1
Online published1 May 2023
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2023

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Abstract

There has been increasing demand for high-energy density and long-cycle life rechargeable batteries to satisfy the ever-growing requirements for next-generation energy storage systems. Among all available candidates, dual-ion batteries (DIBs) have drawn tremendous attention in the past few years from both academic and industrial battery communities because of their fascinating advantages of high working voltage, excellent safety, and environmental friendliness. However, the dynamic imbalance between the electrodes and the mismatch of traditional electrolyte systems remain elusive. To fully employ the advantages of DIBs, the overall optimization of anode materials, cathode materials, and compatible electrolyte systems is urgently needed. Here, we review the development history and the reaction mechanisms involved in DIBs. Afterward, the optimization strategies toward DIB materials and electrolytes are highlighted. In addition, their energy-related applications are also provided. Lastly, the research challenges and possible development directions of DIBs are outlined. [MediaObject not available: see fulltext.] © 2023, The Author(s).

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  • Dual-ion batteries, Energy storage, Optimization strategies, Reaction mechanisms

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Fundamental Understanding and Optimization Strategies for Dual-Ion Batteries: A Review. / Chen, Chong; Lee, Chun-Sing; Tang, Yongbing.
In: Nano-Micro Letters, Vol. 15, No. 1, 121, 12.2023.

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