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Neutrons for Science and Industry

Vanadium-based oxides as versatile electrode materials for metal-ion batteries

by Prof. Alois Kuhn (Universidad CEU San Pablo)

Europe/Berlin
PH HS 3 (Physics Department)

PH HS 3

Physics Department

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Description

Vanadium-based oxides have received great attention as promising next-generation electrode materials due to their diversity in chemical compositions, unique open structures for fast diffusion with outstanding electrochemical properties and various oxidation redox couples. A recent review has even debated whether they “will become the future choice for metal-ion batteries”.[1]

My talk aims to contribute to a deeper understanding of the potential of vanadium-based oxides as versatile electrode materials for energy storage beyond lithium. In the course of the lecture, structural peculiarities, redox activity, electrochemical performance, structure-property relationships and metal-ion storage mechanism of selected examples will be presented, from V2O5 to vanadium oxide bronzes and hydrated vanadium oxides.

References
[1] D. Zhao, C. Wang, Y. Ding, M. Ding, Y. Cao, Z. Chen, ChemSusChem, 2022, 15, e202200479.

Organized by

Dr. Jia-Jhen Kang
Dr. Theresia Heiden-Hecht
Dr. Jitae Park

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