Sodium-ion batteries are a potentially low-cost and safe alternative to the prevailing lithium-ion battery technology. However, it is a great challenge to achieve fast charging and high power density for most sodium-ion electrodes because of the sluggish sodiation kinetics. Here we demonstrate a high-capacity and high-rate sodium-ion anode based on… (More)
Ultrahigh rates realized by ALD-made TiN. The symmetric full-cell supercapacitors deliver a typical capacitance of 20.7 F cm-3 at a scan rate of 1 V s-1, and retain 4.3 F cm-3 at high rate of 100 V s-1. The devices can be charged and discharged for 20 000 cycles with negligible capacitance loss and with an ultralow self-discharge current (≈1 μA).