A superior low-cost cathode for a Na-Ion battery

  • Wang L
  • Lu Y
  • Liu J
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Sodium manganese hexacyanoferrates (NMHFCs) synthesized in aqueous solution at room temperature show high reversible capacity and outstanding rate capability as cathodes for a rechargeable sodium-ion battery (SIB). Earth-abundant elements and a low-cost synthesis route make these NMHFCs promising cathodes for SIBs, independent of natural lithium sources.

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  • cathode materials
  • hexacyanoferrates
  • sodium-ion battery

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