Vine shoot-derived hard carbons as promising anodes for sodium-ion batteries: valorization of pig manure as HTC solvent
Sodium-ion batteries (SIBs) are one of the most promising candidates to replace lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) in grid-scale energy storage applications. The design of high-performance anodes and the fully understanding of the sodium storage mechanisms are the main bottleneck to overcome. Herein, a vine shoot-based hard carbon anode was synthesized via hydrothermal carbonization followed by a pyrolysis step (800 to 1200 °C). In addition to water, pig manure and diluted hydrochloric acid were tested as reaction media.
Derechos de autor 2023 Darío Alvira Dobón, Daniel Antorán, Victor Sebastian, Joan J. Manyà
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