Formation of Solid–Electrolyte Interfaces in Aqueous Electrolytes by Altering Cation‐Solvation Shell Structure

Volume: 10, Issue: 15
Published: Mar 3, 2020
Abstract
Aqueous lithium/sodium‐ion batteries (AIBs) have received increasing attention because of their intrinsic safety. However, the narrow electrochemical stability window (1.23 V) of the aqueous electrolyte significantly hinders the development of AIBs, especially the choice of electrode materials. Here, an aqueous electrolyte composed of LiClO 4 , urea, and H 2 O, which allows the electrochemical stability window to be expanded to 3.0 V, is...
Paper Details
Title
Formation of Solid–Electrolyte Interfaces in Aqueous Electrolytes by Altering Cation‐Solvation Shell Structure
Published Date
Mar 3, 2020
Volume
10
Issue
15
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