Exploits, advances, and challenges benefiting beyond Li-ion battery technologies
Peer reviewed, Journal article
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Original versionJournal of Alloys and Compounds. 2019, 817 . 10.1016/j.jallcom.2019.153261
The battery market is undergoing quick expansion owing to the urgent demand for mobile devices, electric vehicles and energy storage systems, convoying the current energy transition. Beyond Li-ion batteries are of high importance to follow these multiple-speed changes and adapt to the specificity of each application. This review-study will address some of the relevant post-Li ion issues and battery technologies, including Na-ion batteries, Mg batteries, Ca-ion batteries, Zn-ion batteries, Al-ion batteries and anionic (F- and Cl-) shuttle batteries. MH-based batteries are also presented with emphasize on NiMH batteries, and novel MH-accommodated Li-ion batteries. Finally, to facilitate further research and development some future research trends and directions are discussed based on comparison of the different battery systems with respect to Li-ion battery assumptions. Remarkably, aqueous systems are most likely to be given reconsideration for intensive, cost-effective and safer production of batteries; for instance to be utilized in (quasi)-stationary energy storage applications.