The addition of iron to Ni3S2 electrode for sodium secondary battery

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Current Applied Physics, 2011, 11 (1 SUPPL.)
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In order to investigate the role of iron additive in the Ni3S2electrode, the Ni3S2electrode was prepared by addition of iron. The discharge properties of Na/Ni3S2cells using 1 M NaCF3SO3in tetra(ethylene glycol)dimethyl ether liquid electrolyte were investigated at room temperature. The Na/Ni3S2cell had an initial discharge capacity of 400 mAh g-1with a plateau potential at 0.84 V versus Na/Na+. The discharge capacity decreased to 255 mAh g-1after 15 cycles. Iron additive in Ni3S2electrode played a role as a conductive agent and did not form iron sulfide during charging. © 2010 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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