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Novel Cathode Materials for Na-Ion Batteries: Design and Understanding.

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Neha Dhingra1, Paramjyot jha1
» doi: 10.48047/ecb/2023.12.12.147


Since there are affordable sodium precursors available, sodium-ion batteries [SIBs] seem like a reasonable alternative to existing lithium-ion batteries [LIBs] for developing big energy storage framework applications with the demand for sustainable energy sources on the rise. With the benefits of plentiful sodium resources and a low price, high levels of safety and all-solid-state sodium-ion batteries are seen as the next generation battery to replace the current commercial lithium-ion battery. The solid-state electrolyte should have better operational safety and a simple design as it is a critical part of a sodium-ion battery. Rechargeable battery technology has significant economic and societal implications for mobile and stationary energy storage. Although lithium-ion battery technology is progressive advancement and a rapidly expanding market is likely to place great strain on resources and supply chains. Recently, sodium-ion batteries [SIBs] have been given another consideration to offer a less expensive option that is less vulnerable to supply and resource risks. This article provides an analysis of recent developmen

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