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Researchers develop a graphene-based anode material that improves the performance of sodium-ion batteries

Thursday, February 16, 2017 2:36
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Researchers from the South China University of Technology, National Taiwan Normal University and the U.S-based Georgia Institute of Technology have developed a graphene-based anode material that enables sodium-ion batteries to perform at high capacity over hundreds of cycles.

The high-performance anode material was created by binding an antimony-based mineral onto sulfur-doped graphene sheets. Incorporating the anode into a sodium-ion battery allowed it to perform at 83% capacity over 900 cycles. The researchers say this is the best reported performance for a sodium-ion battery with an antimony-based anode material.



Source: http://www.graphene-info.com/researchers-develop-graphene-based-anode-material-improves-performance-sodium-ion-batteries

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