Research & Development in Material Science

Electrochemical Investigation of Electrolyte & Anodic Materials for Sodium Ion Batteries

  • Open or Close Samira Bagheri1, Majid Monajjemi2* and Alireza Ziglari1

    1Department of Chemistry, College of science, Central Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran

    2Department of Chemical Engineering, Central Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran

    *Corresponding author: Majid Monajjemi, Department of Chemical Engineering, Central Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran

Submission: December 15, 2017; Published: February 01, 2018

DOI: 10.31031/RDMS.2018.03.000561

ISSN: 2576-8840
Volume3 Issue3


Sodium-ion battery is a type of re-chargeable battery which uses sodium-ions as its charge carriers and is very similar to LIBTs in many ways. The measured reversible Sodium ion capacities of GO/Li&Na/GO based anodic materials are considerably improved compared to the conventional graphite-based anodic materials. Graphene oxide has displayed great behavior as suitable materials for anodic sodium ion batteries (LIBs) due to their unique properties. In this study GO sheet has been localized inside the graphene as an option to enhance electrochemical ratio. Moreover, the structure of GO/Li&Na/GO can be to improve the capacities and electrical transport in GO sheets-based LIBs. Therefore, the modification of GO sheet and design of GO/Li&Na/GO structure provide strategies for improving the performance of GO-based anodes. GO/Li&Na/GO could also be assembled into freestanding electrodes without any binder or current collector, which will lead to increased energies density for overall batteries designing. In addition, the relationship among electrical and ionic conduction for three cathode materials including LiCoO2, LiMn2O4, LiFePO4 have been discussed towards phase changing in sodium anodes and how it relates to diffusivity and conductivity and the key conduction issues with some organic liquid and ionic liquid electrolytes.

Keywords: Graphene oxide (GO); Anodic materials; Lithium ion batteries

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