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Title: Ni- and/or Mn-based layered transition metal oxides as cathode materials for sodium ion batteries : status, challenges and countermeasures
Authors: Wang, Shenghan
Sun, Chenglin
Wang, Ning
Zhang, Qichun
Keywords: Engineering::Materials
Issue Date: 2019
Source: Wang, S., Sun, C., Wang, N., & Zhang, Q. (2019). Ni- and/or Mn-based layered transition metal oxides as cathode materials for sodium ion batteries : status, challenges and countermeasures. Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 7(17), 10138-10158. doi:10.1039/C8TA12441H
Project: National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) (11574113, 11374123, 11104106 
Science and Technology Planning Project of Jilin Province (20180101238JC, 20170204076GX, 20180101006JC, 20190103041JH) 
Post-Doctoral Innovative Talent Support Program (BX20180127) 
AcRF Tier 1 RG 111/17 
AcRF Tier 1 RG 2/17 
AcRF Tier 1 RG 114/16 
AcRF Tier 1 RG 8/16 
MOE 2017-T2-1-021 
MOE 2018-T2-1-070 
Journal: Journal of Materials Chemistry A 
Abstract: Sodium ion batteries (SIBs) have been attracting great interest as alternatives for grid and mobile energy storage applications in the modern world due to the sufficient natural abundance and low cost of sodium resources. To accelerate the practical application of SIB systems, the electrochemical performance of cathode materials should be further improved to satisfy the increasing worldwide demand. As promising cathode materials for SIBs, layered transition metal oxides (LTMOs) exhibit high specific capacity and high energy density due to their appropriate voltage window. Here, recent progress and achievements of three representative LTMOs including Ni-based, Mn-based, and Ni/Mn co-based cathodes in terms of the relationship between structural design and electrochemical performance are summarized, aiming at cost reduction and performance improvement. The insights in this review focus on the development of LTMOs as cathodes for SIBs including overall battery performance, preparation strategies and operation mechanism, therefore speeding up the commercialization of SIBs.
ISSN: 2050-7488
DOI: 10.1039/C8TA12441H
Schools: School of Materials Science and Engineering 
Organisations: Key Laboratory of Physics and Technology for Advanced Batteries (Ministry of Education), College of physics, Jilin University 
Rights: © 2019 Royal Society of Chemistry. All rights reserved. This paper was published in Journal of Materials Chemistry A and is made available with permission of Royal Society of Chemistry.
Fulltext Permission: open
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