RIS ID

106889

Publication Details

Rajagopalan, R., Zhang, L., Dou, S. Xue. & Liu, H. Kun. (2016). Tuned in situ growth of nanolayered rGO on 3D Na3V2(PO4)3 matrices: A step toward long lasting, high power Na-Ion batteries. Advanced Materials Interfaces, 3 (13), 1600007-1-1600007-9.

Abstract

Even though significant improvements have been made in sodium ion batteries, battery management mandates that all batteries in a pack are kept at an acceptable level of more than 80% capacity retention after a long cycle when it is tested for emergencies. Based on these realistic facts, the present study profitably exploits in situ grown reduced graphene oxide on 3D Na3V2 (PO4)3 matrices exhibiting a high rate performance and a specific discharge capacity of 117 mAh g-1. Unlike the earlier literature reports, it is demonstrated that the fabricated electrode shows >85% capacity retention after 6000 cycles at 10 C, the longest cycle life reported till date. The work also reasons in-depth the outstanding sodiation/desodiation capabilities to the low hysteresis voltage and how these electrodes can be used for deep discharges by extending the potential window to 1.3-3.8 V (vs Na/Na+) resulting in a noteworthy specific capacity of ≈165.4 mAh g-1 at 1 C.

Grant Number

ARC/LE0237478

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