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Improving the structure stabilization of red phosphorus anodes via the shape memory effect of a Ni-Ti alloy for high-performance sodium ion batteries.

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Summary of "Improving the structure stabilization of red phosphorus anodes via the shape memory effect of a Ni-Ti alloy for high-performance sodium ion batteries."

A Ni-Ti memory alloy was introduced to alleviate the huge volume change in red-P anodes for Na-ion batteries. The Ni-Ti-P delivered a high initial coulombic efficiency of 80%, and retained almost 100% of the initial reversible capacity after 20 cycles. Utilizing the shape memory effect to accommodate a huge volumetric change favors the recovery of the anode structure.

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Name: Chemical communications (Cambridge, England)
ISSN: 1364-548X
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