Aqueous cathode for next-generation alkali-ion batteries.

@article{Lu2011AqueousCF,
  title={Aqueous cathode for next-generation alkali-ion batteries.},
  author={Yuhao Lu and John B Goodenough and Youngsik Kim},
  journal={Journal of the American Chemical Society},
  year={2011},
  volume={133 15},
  pages={5756-9}
}
The lithium-ion batteries that ushered in the wireless revolution rely on electrode strategies that are being stretched to power electric vehicles. Low-cost, safe electrical-energy storage that enables better use of alternative energy sources (e.g., wind, solar, and nuclear) requires an alternative strategy. We report a demonstration of the feasibility of a battery having a thin, solid alkali-ion electrolyte separating a water-soluble redox couple as the cathode and lithium or sodium in a… CONTINUE READING
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