Probing the efficacy of Li-ion and Na-ion storage in hard carbon electrodes via total neutron scattering at different states of discharge

Sodium-ion battery technology is an emerging topic of interest for energy storage applications due to its lower cost and safer nature compared to lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries. Amorphous hard carbon (HC) materials, which were employed during the commercialization of Li-ion batteries by Sony have been suggested as a leading candidate for the Na-ion battery anode. In this project, we will continue to study HC electrodes post cycling, which according to our recent review has not to...
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