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Chin.Phys.B  2018, Vol.27 Issue (11): 118801  DOI:10.1088/1674-1056/27/11/118801
High capacity sodium-rich layered oxide cathode for sodium-ion batteries
College of Materials Science and Engineering, Beijing University of Technology, Beijing 100124, China

Abstract

Sodium-ion batteries have attracted significant recent attention currently considering the limited available lithium resource. However, the energy density of sodium-ion batteries is still insufficient compared to lithium-ion batteries, mainly because of the unavailability of high-energy cathode materials. In this work, a novel sodium-rich layered oxide material (Na2MnO3) is reported with a dynamical stability similar to that of the Li2MnO3 structure and a high capacity of 269.69 mA·h·g1, based on first-principles calculations. Sodium ion de-intercalation and anionic reaction processes are systematically investigated, in association with sodium ions migration phenomenon and structure stability during cycling of NaxMnO3 (1 ≤ x ≤ 2). In addition, the charge compensation during the initial charging process is mainly contributed by oxygen, where the small differences of the energy barriers of the paths 2c→4h, 4h→2c, 4h→4h, 2c→2b, and 4h→2b indicate the reversible sodium ion occupancy in transitional metal and sodium layers. Moreover, the slow decrease of the elastic constants is a clear indication of the high cycle stability. These results provide a framework to exploit the potential of sodium-rich layered oxide, which may facilitate the development of high-performance electrode materials for sodium-ion batteries.
收稿日期:2018-07-29

基金资助

Project suppoted by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant Nos. 11774017, 51761135129, and 51472010) and Beijing Municipal High Level Innovative Team Building Program, China (Grant No. IDHT20170502).

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[英文]
Gen-Cai Guo, Changhao Wang, Bang-Ming Ming, Si-Wei Luo, Heng Su, Bo-Ya Wang, Ming Zhang, Hai-Jun Yu, Ru-Zhi Wang. High capacity sodium-rich layered oxide cathode for sodium-ion batteries[J]. Chin. Phys. B, 2018, 27(11): 118801.
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