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Solid state sodium cells. Faststof natriumbatterier

Abstract

The report describes the results from the project: ''Secondary Sodium Cells with Intercalation Electrodes'' which was financed by the Danish Department of Energy. The work was carried out by the Solid State Electrochemistry Group at the Technical University of Denmark which is formed by collaborators from the Institute of Physical Chemistry and Physics Laboratory III. The use of sodium has several advantages in theory compared to lithium systems: Sodium is much more abundant and lower priced than lithium, it may be easier to find solid electrolytes of sufficiently high conductivity, sodium forms no alloy with aluminium thereby making it possible to use this metal for current collectors instead of the costlier and heavier nickel. The softness of sodium metal may make it easier to achieve and maintain contact to other components in the battery during repeated cycling. This might be of importance for room temperature operation especially. Results from the project have primarily been published in the form of articles in international scientific journals and as contributions to monographs. Copies of these articles form the backbone of the report together with a short commentary to each article. Also included in the report are some general observations, as well as results  More>>
Authors:
Skaarup, S.; West, K. [1] 
  1. eds.
Publication Date:
Apr 15, 1989
Product Type:
Technical Report
Report Number:
NEI-DK-178
Reference Number:
DK-89-001223; EDB-89-114872
Resource Relation:
Other Information: Portions of this document are illegible in microfiche products. EFP-84; EFP-85; EFP-86; EFP-87
Subject:
25 ENERGY STORAGE; ELECTRIC BATTERIES; SODIUM COMPOUNDS; CATHODES; ELECTRODES; IONIC CONDUCTIVITY; POLYMERS; SOLID ELECTROLYTES; ALKALI METAL COMPOUNDS; ELECTRIC CONDUCTIVITY; ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES; ELECTROCHEMICAL CELLS; ELECTROLYTES; PHYSICAL PROPERTIES; 250901* - Energy Storage- Batteries- Design & Development
OSTI ID:
7783689
Research Organizations:
Danmarks Tekniske Hoejskole, Lyngby (Denmark). Fysisk Lab. 3; Danmarks Tekniske Hoejskole, Lyngby (Denmark). Fysik-Kemisk Inst.
Country of Origin:
Denmark
Language:
Danish, English
Other Identifying Numbers:
Other: ON: DE89902277
Availability:
NTIS (US Sales Only), PC A08/MF A01; 1.
Submitting Site:
DK
Size:
Pages: 152
Announcement Date:
Mar 09, 2013

Citation Formats

Skaarup, S., and West, K. Solid state sodium cells. Faststof natriumbatterier. Denmark: N. p., 1989. Web.
Skaarup, S., & West, K. Solid state sodium cells. Faststof natriumbatterier. Denmark.
Skaarup, S., and West, K. 1989. "Solid state sodium cells. Faststof natriumbatterier." Denmark.
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title = {Solid state sodium cells. Faststof natriumbatterier}
author = {Skaarup, S., and West, K.}
abstractNote = {The report describes the results from the project: ''Secondary Sodium Cells with Intercalation Electrodes'' which was financed by the Danish Department of Energy. The work was carried out by the Solid State Electrochemistry Group at the Technical University of Denmark which is formed by collaborators from the Institute of Physical Chemistry and Physics Laboratory III. The use of sodium has several advantages in theory compared to lithium systems: Sodium is much more abundant and lower priced than lithium, it may be easier to find solid electrolytes of sufficiently high conductivity, sodium forms no alloy with aluminium thereby making it possible to use this metal for current collectors instead of the costlier and heavier nickel. The softness of sodium metal may make it easier to achieve and maintain contact to other components in the battery during repeated cycling. This might be of importance for room temperature operation especially. Results from the project have primarily been published in the form of articles in international scientific journals and as contributions to monographs. Copies of these articles form the backbone of the report together with a short commentary to each article. Also included in the report are some general observations, as well as results that are unsuited for publication (e.g. unsuccessful experiments) but which may still contain relevant information for other experimental workers. Lastly, the report includes results on several intercalation compounds that will be published at a later stage as well as some details about the experimental equipment. The report is divided into three main sections, Intercalation Cathode Materials, Polymer Electrolytes and Battery Cycling Equipment. (AB).}
place = {Denmark}
year = {1989}
month = {Apr}
}