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Meeting 2021 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Recent Advances in Functional Materials and 2D/3D Processing for Sensors, Energy Storage, and Electronic Applications
Presentation Title Binary Metal Selenide Nano-wires Wrapped over Carbon Fibers for A Binder-free Anode of Sodium Ion Batteries
Author(s) Zeeshan Ali
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Zeeshan Ali
Abstract Scope Multiple metal selenides (MMSs) are being increasingly used as anodes in sodium ion batteries (SIBs) owing to their enhanced electrochemical performances compared to single-metal selenides. Moreover, the binder in electrode manufacturing not only induces dead weight but also reduces the active surface area. Hence, high surface area bearing and hierarchical nanostructures of iron-cobalt selenide (FCSe) and iron-nickel selenide (FNSe) were deposited over carbon fiber cloth (termed as FCSe/CFs and FNSe/CFs, respectively) using a simple and scalable hydrothermal process. Carbon fiber cores not only act as intimate current collecting conductive highways for electron transport but also provide strength needed for self-standing electrode of battery. When employed in SIBs, FCSe/CFs and FNSe/CFs exhibited adequately high energy capacities, appreciable rate capabilities and long cycling stability. Presented strategy is expected to pave the way for improved anode materials for energy storage and conversion systems.
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Keywords Energy Conversion and Storage, Nanotechnology, Powder Materials

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