State of the art of rechargeable aluminum batteries in non-aqueous systems

Schötz, Theresa; Ponce de Leon, Carlos; Ueda, Mikito; Bund, Andreas GND

The main challenges to implement sustainable energy storage technologies are the utilization of earth-abundant recyclable materials, low costs, safe cell reactions and high performance, all in a single system. Aluminum batteries seem to cover these requirements. However, their practical performance is still not comparable with the state of the art high performance batteries. A key aspect to further development could be the combination of aluminum with charge storage materials like conductive polymers in non-aqueous electrolytes taking advantage of the properties of each material. This review presents the approaches and perspectives for rechargeable aluminum-based batteries as sustainable high-performance energy storage devices

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Schötz, Theresa / Ponce de Leon, Carlos / Ueda, Mikito / et al: State of the art of rechargeable aluminum batteries in non-aqueous systems. 2017.

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