The global need for high energy density and performing rechargeable batteries has led to the development of high-capacity silicon-based anode materials to meet the energy demands imposed to electrify plug-in vehicles to curtail carbon emissions by 2035. Unfortunately, the high theoretical capacity (4200 mA h g−1) of silicon by (de-)alloy mechanism is limited by its severe volume changes (ΔV ∼ 200% − 400%) during cycling for lithium-ion batteries (LIBs), while for sodium-ion batteries (NIBs) remain uncertain, and hence, compositing with carbons (C@Si) represent a promising strategy to enable the aforementioned practical application. The present review outlines the recent progress of biomass-derived Si-carbon composite (C@Si) anodes for LIBs and NIBs. In this perspective, we present different types of biomass precursors, silicon sources, and compositing strategies, and how these impact on the C@Si physicochemical properties and their electrochemical performance are discussed.

Biomass-derived carbon–silicon composites (C@Si) as anodes for lithium-ion and sodium-ion batteries: A promising strategy towards long-term cycling stability: A mini review / dos Reis, G. S.; Molaiyan, P.; Subramaniyam, C. M.; Garcia-Alvarado, F.; Paolella, A.; de Oliveira, H. P.; Lassi, U.. - In: ELECTROCHEMISTRY COMMUNICATIONS. - ISSN 1388-2481. - 153:(2023), pp. 107536-107536. [10.1016/j.elecom.2023.107536]

Biomass-derived carbon–silicon composites (C@Si) as anodes for lithium-ion and sodium-ion batteries: A promising strategy towards long-term cycling stability: A mini review

Paolella A.
Membro del Collaboration Group
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2023

Abstract

The global need for high energy density and performing rechargeable batteries has led to the development of high-capacity silicon-based anode materials to meet the energy demands imposed to electrify plug-in vehicles to curtail carbon emissions by 2035. Unfortunately, the high theoretical capacity (4200 mA h g−1) of silicon by (de-)alloy mechanism is limited by its severe volume changes (ΔV ∼ 200% − 400%) during cycling for lithium-ion batteries (LIBs), while for sodium-ion batteries (NIBs) remain uncertain, and hence, compositing with carbons (C@Si) represent a promising strategy to enable the aforementioned practical application. The present review outlines the recent progress of biomass-derived Si-carbon composite (C@Si) anodes for LIBs and NIBs. In this perspective, we present different types of biomass precursors, silicon sources, and compositing strategies, and how these impact on the C@Si physicochemical properties and their electrochemical performance are discussed.
2023
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Biomass-derived carbon–silicon composites (C@Si) as anodes for lithium-ion and sodium-ion batteries: A promising strategy towards long-term cycling stability: A mini review / dos Reis, G. S.; Molaiyan, P.; Subramaniyam, C. M.; Garcia-Alvarado, F.; Paolella, A.; de Oliveira, H. P.; Lassi, U.. - In: ELECTROCHEMISTRY COMMUNICATIONS. - ISSN 1388-2481. - 153:(2023), pp. 107536-107536. [10.1016/j.elecom.2023.107536]
dos Reis, G. S.; Molaiyan, P.; Subramaniyam, C. M.; Garcia-Alvarado, F.; Paolella, A.; de Oliveira, H. P.; Lassi, U.
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