Molecular Storage of Mg Ions with Vanadium Oxide Nanoclusters Public Deposited

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  • Mg batteries have potential advantages in terms of safety, cost, and reliability over existing battery technologies, but their practical implementations are hindered by the lack of amenable high-voltage cathode materials. The development of cathode materials is complicated by limited understandings of the unique divalent Mg²⁺ ion electrochemistry and the interaction/transportation of Mg²⁺ ions with host materials. Here, it is shown that highly dispersed vanadium oxide (V₂O₅) nanoclusters supported on porous carbon frameworks are able to react with Mg²⁺ ions reversibly in electrolytes that are compatible with Mg metal, and exhibit high capacities and good reaction kinetics. They are able to deliver initial capacities exceeding 300 mAh g⁻¹ at 40 mA g⁻¹ in the voltage window of 0.5 to 2.8 V. The combined electron microscope, spectroscopy, and electrochemistry characterizations suggest a surface-controlled pseudocapacitive electrochemical reaction, and may be best described as a molecular energy storage mechanism. This work can provide a new approach of using the molecular mechanism for pseudocapacitive storage of Mg²⁺ for Mg batteries cathode materials.
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  • Cheng, Y., Shao, Y., Raju, V., Ji, X., Mehdi, B. L., Han, K. S., ... & Liu, J. (2016). Molecular Storage of Mg Ions with Vanadium Oxide Nanoclusters. Advanced Functional Materials, 26(20), 3446-3453. doi:10.1002/adfm.201505501
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