Iron(III) sulfate:a stable, cost effective electrode material for sodium ion batteries

Mason, Chad W. and Gocheva, Irina and Hoster, Harry E. and Yu, Denis Y. W. (2014) Iron(III) sulfate:a stable, cost effective electrode material for sodium ion batteries. Chemical Communications, 50 (18). pp. 2249-2251. ISSN 1359-7345

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Abstract

Iron(III) sulfate, a rhombohedral NASICON compound, has been demonstrated as a sodium intercalation host. This cost-effective material is attractive, as it can be slurry processed in bulk with ball-milling, while utilizing the iron 2(+)/3(+) redox couple, offering stable 3.2 V performance for over 400 cycles.

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Journal Article
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Chemical Communications
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27 Jan 2015 10:50
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