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A Comparison of the Discharged Products in Environmentally Benign Li-O2 and Na-O2 Batteries
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A Comparison of the Discharged Products in Environmentally Benign Li-O2 and Na-O2 Batteries
Kang, Jungwon;
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The discharged products of Li- and Na- batteries using ether-based electrolyte as next-generation battery system were analyzed. The morphology of the discharged products showed millet-like shape in the both battery systems by FESEM. However, the discharged product, showed amorphous-like form in the Li- cell while crystalline is formed in the Na- cell when confirmed by X-ray diffraction. In this work, we comprehended a principle operating mechanism of Li- and Na- battery.
lithium-oxygen battery;sodium-oxygen battery;electrode;carbon;
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