Themed collection Advanced Battery Materials
Recent progress in Zn-based anodes for advanced lithium ion batteries
Recent progress, including storage mechanisms, synthetic methods, advanced strategies and electrochemical performance of Zn-based anodes in LIBs, is reviewed.
Antimony-based materials as promising anodes for rechargeable lithium-ion and sodium-ion batteries
The recent progress of Sb-based materials, including mechanisms, synthesis, design strategies and electrochemical performance for LIBs and SIBs, is reviewed.
Multifunctional second barrier layers for lithium–sulfur batteries
The introduction of a second barrier layer has been demonstrated to be an effective approach to fabricate high-performance Li–S batteries with enhanced cycling and rate performance.
Intrinsic conductivity optimization of bi-metallic nickel cobalt selenides toward superior-rate Na-ion storage
Co0.67 with higher regulated conductivity demonstrated superior rate performance and cycling stability as an anode for NIBs.
About this collection
Guest edited by Jianmin Ma (Hunan University), Shaojun Guo (Peking University) and Gang Wu (University at Buffalo, The State University of New York), this themed collection from Materials Chemistry Frontiers aims to showcase some of the most recent and significant research on the design, synthesis and property studies of advanced battery materials.
More articles will be added into the collection as soon as published.