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Polysulfide Filter and Dendrite Inhibitor: Highly Graphitized Wood Framework Inhibits Polysulfide Shuttle and Lithium Dendrites in Li-S Batteries EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2021 , 31 (31) | ADVANCED FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS
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The design and manufacture of advanced materials based on biomaterials provide new opportunities to solve many technological challenges. In this work, a highly graphitized wood framework (GWF) with a porous tunnel structure and microvilli is constructed as a multifunctional interlayer to improve the electrochemical performance of lithium-sulfur (Li-S) batteries. The GWF not only retains the 3D transport network of wood, but also offers increased deposition sites for polysulfides through the microvilli which grow on the inner surfaces of the carbon tunnels. Electrochemical tests show that GWF effectively enhances the initial discharge capacity of the Li-S battery to 1593 mAh g(-1) at 0.05 C, with a low capacity decline of 0.06% per cycle at 1 C. Besides, the GWF interlayer also effectively protects lithium anodes from corrosion by S-x(2-), thus they still keep their metallic luster and clean surface even after long charge-discharge cycles. These enhancements are attributed to the high conductivity, abundant microvilli, and tunnel confinement effects of GWF, which effectively inhibit the shuttle effect of polysulfides by the same principle as nose hairs filtering the air. This work presents a new understanding of bionic/biomaterials and a new strategy to improve the performance of Li-S batteries.

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Li-S batteries graphitized carbon framework lithium dendrite wood graphite microvilli confinement effect

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GB/T 7714 Chen, Yuanzhen , Zou, Kunyang , Dai, Xin et al. Polysulfide Filter and Dendrite Inhibitor: Highly Graphitized Wood Framework Inhibits Polysulfide Shuttle and Lithium Dendrites in Li-S Batteries [J]. | ADVANCED FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS , 2021 , 31 (31) .
MLA Chen, Yuanzhen et al. "Polysulfide Filter and Dendrite Inhibitor: Highly Graphitized Wood Framework Inhibits Polysulfide Shuttle and Lithium Dendrites in Li-S Batteries" . | ADVANCED FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS 31 . 31 (2021) .
APA Chen, Yuanzhen , Zou, Kunyang , Dai, Xin , Bai, Haihua , Zhang, Shilin , Zhou, Tengfei et al. Polysulfide Filter and Dendrite Inhibitor: Highly Graphitized Wood Framework Inhibits Polysulfide Shuttle and Lithium Dendrites in Li-S Batteries . | ADVANCED FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS , 2021 , 31 (31) .
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The superior electrochemical performance of a Li-rich layered cathode material with Li-rich spinel Li4Mn5O12 and MgF2 double surface modifications EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2020 , 8 (16) , 7991-8001 | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A | IF: 12.732
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Although Li-rich layered materials are some of the best potential cathode materials owing to their high capacity (>250 mA h g(-1)), low cost and reduced pollution, they still faces some problems, including low initial coulombic efficiency, poor cycling performance, and bad rate capability. In this work, Li-rich spinel Li4Mn5O12 and MgF2 are constructed on the surface of a Li-rich layered material by simple liquid-phase erosion and liquid-phase deposition methods, respectively. The Li-rich spinel Li4Mn5O12 layer provides 3D Li-ion channels and it restrains the growth of SEI film and oxygen release. The outermost amorphous MgF2 layer of coating also favors Li-ion migration and further protects Li4Mn5O12 from HF corrosion. It is found that the double surface modifications induce a phase transformation from a layered structure to an Li4Mn5O12-type spinel during cycling, which is different from the traditional structural transformation from a layered structure to a LiMn2O4 spinel-like structure, and it exhibits a slower structural transformation. Benefiting from these collaborative contributions from Li4Mn5O12 and MgF2, the material shows superior electrochemical properties, including a high initial coulombic efficiency of 96.4%, excellent capacity retention of 80% after 300 cycles, a small voltage decay rate of 1.5 mV per cycle, and a remarkable rate capability.

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GB/T 7714 Zhu, Wei , Tai, Zige , Shu, Chengyong et al. The superior electrochemical performance of a Li-rich layered cathode material with Li-rich spinel Li4Mn5O12 and MgF2 double surface modifications [J]. | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A , 2020 , 8 (16) : 7991-8001 .
MLA Zhu, Wei et al. "The superior electrochemical performance of a Li-rich layered cathode material with Li-rich spinel Li4Mn5O12 and MgF2 double surface modifications" . | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A 8 . 16 (2020) : 7991-8001 .
APA Zhu, Wei , Tai, Zige , Shu, Chengyong , Chong, Shaokun , Guo, Shengwu , Ji, Lijie et al. The superior electrochemical performance of a Li-rich layered cathode material with Li-rich spinel Li4Mn5O12 and MgF2 double surface modifications . | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A , 2020 , 8 (16) , 7991-8001 .
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Carbon-coated beta-MnO2 for cathode of lithium-ion battery EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2020 , 4 (4) , 1704-1711 | SUSTAINABLE ENERGY & FUELS | IF: 6.367
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beta-MnO2 with its stable tunnel structures can adapt to the insertion and extraction of Li-ions, and it has exhibited attractive potential as the cathode for a Li-ion battery. In our work, a type of hollow beta-MnO2 bipyramid was synthesized by the hydrothermal method with an initial discharge capacity of 181.3 mA h g(-1) at 20 mA g(-1). Considering the poor conductivity of manganese oxide, the samples were successfully modified with N-doped carbon by in situ synthesis of polydopamine on the surface of the samples and annealing. The carbon-coated samples (beta-MnO2@C) deliver a higher initial capacity of 235.5 mA h g(-1), better rate performance and higher cycle stability, compared to that of the bare samples. This is mainly because the carbon layer forms conductive networks on the surface of the electrodes to enhance the electrochemical kinetics, and also suppresses the volume expansion caused by the insertion and extraction of Li-ions. In addition, the mechanisms of lithium storage were studied by ex situ XRD measurement, showing that rutile beta-MnO2 irreversibly transforms to orthorhombic LixMnO2 in the initial cycle and no other phases are generated in the subsequent charge-discharge process.

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GB/T 7714 Tai, Zige , Shi, Ming , Zhu, Wei et al. Carbon-coated beta-MnO2 for cathode of lithium-ion battery [J]. | SUSTAINABLE ENERGY & FUELS , 2020 , 4 (4) : 1704-1711 .
MLA Tai, Zige et al. "Carbon-coated beta-MnO2 for cathode of lithium-ion battery" . | SUSTAINABLE ENERGY & FUELS 4 . 4 (2020) : 1704-1711 .
APA Tai, Zige , Shi, Ming , Zhu, Wei , Dai, Xin , Xin, Yanfei , Chen, Yuanzhen et al. Carbon-coated beta-MnO2 for cathode of lithium-ion battery . | SUSTAINABLE ENERGY & FUELS , 2020 , 4 (4) , 1704-1711 .
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A CO2/H-2 fuel cell: reducing CO2 while generating electricity EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2020 , 8 (17) , 8329-8336 | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A | IF: 12.732
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Electrocatalytic conversion of CO2 into hydrocarbons is one of the most promising approaches to reduce the concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere as well as to produce various valuable chemical products from this most prevalent greenhouse gas. However, this process is still many steps away from finding practical application because of its high energy demand. Herein we report an innovative CO2/H-2 fuel cell that can convert CO2 into a synthetic fuel (CH4) while generating electricity instead of consuming it. This is unlike conventional electrochemical CO2 reduction cells, which typically consume electricity to reduce CO2. In the new cell, H-2 is oxidized to H+ ions (and electrons) at the anode, and the H+ ions then pass through a proton exchange membrane to reduce CO2 to CH4 at the cathode. While doing so, the cell can generate a current density of 94.1 A m(-2), a peak power density of 3.9 W m(-2) and CH4 at a rate of 75.29 mu mol g(cat)(-1) h(-1) at 170 degrees C, a temperature that can be derived from waste heat from various processes. Density functional theory is applied to determine the reaction mechanism on the catalyst in the cell.

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GB/T 7714 Liu, Yan , Li, Yawei , Chen, Yuanzhen et al. A CO2/H-2 fuel cell: reducing CO2 while generating electricity [J]. | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A , 2020 , 8 (17) : 8329-8336 .
MLA Liu, Yan et al. "A CO2/H-2 fuel cell: reducing CO2 while generating electricity" . | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A 8 . 17 (2020) : 8329-8336 .
APA Liu, Yan , Li, Yawei , Chen, Yuanzhen , Qu, Ting , Shu, Chengyong , Yang, Xiaodong et al. A CO2/H-2 fuel cell: reducing CO2 while generating electricity . | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A , 2020 , 8 (17) , 8329-8336 .
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A novel process to obtain lamella structured low-carbon steel with bimodal grain size distribution for potentially improving mechanical property EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2020 , 785 | MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING A-STRUCTURAL MATERIALS PROPERTIES MICROSTRUCTURE AND PROCESSING | IF: 5.234
WoS CC Cited Count: 6 SCOPUS Cited Count: 6
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A lamella structured low-carbon steel plate with bimodal grain size distribution (LSBG steel) was produced by a two-step warm rolling and subsequently annealing, and its mechanical properties, strengthening and toughening mechanisms were studied. The heterogeneous lamellar structure is characterized with ultrafine-grained (UFG) lamellae (with average grain diameter about 1 mu m) embedded in coarse-grained (CG) lamellae matrix. The LSBG steel shows an improved combination of strength and toughness when compared with corresponding CG specimens, and also evades strength-ductility trade-off compared with UFG ones. When comparing with initial CG steel, the yield strength and tensile strength are increased by 87.4% and 35% respectively, but the ductility is only with a small sacrifice, and the ductile-to-brittle transition temperature is significantly decreased from about -70 degrees C to -110 degrees C. The improved strength is mainly attributed to ultrafine grain strengthening, and the reasonable ductility can be attributed to both the bimodal grain size and the lamellar structure as they can increase the work hardening rate by the accumulation of geometrically necessary dislocations in their vicinity. And the improved toughness of the LSBG steel is thought to be mainly attributed to grain refinement and the lamellar structure.

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Low-carbon steel Lamellar microstructure Mechanical properties Toughening mechanism Ultrafine-grained Strengthening mechanism

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GB/T 7714 Sun, Junjie , Yang, Chen , Guo, Shengwu et al. A novel process to obtain lamella structured low-carbon steel with bimodal grain size distribution for potentially improving mechanical property [J]. | MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING A-STRUCTURAL MATERIALS PROPERTIES MICROSTRUCTURE AND PROCESSING , 2020 , 785 .
MLA Sun, Junjie et al. "A novel process to obtain lamella structured low-carbon steel with bimodal grain size distribution for potentially improving mechanical property" . | MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING A-STRUCTURAL MATERIALS PROPERTIES MICROSTRUCTURE AND PROCESSING 785 (2020) .
APA Sun, Junjie , Yang, Chen , Guo, Shengwu , Sun, Xuejiao , Ma, Mingyue , Zhao, Shengdu et al. A novel process to obtain lamella structured low-carbon steel with bimodal grain size distribution for potentially improving mechanical property . | MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING A-STRUCTURAL MATERIALS PROPERTIES MICROSTRUCTURE AND PROCESSING , 2020 , 785 .
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Effect of prior austenite grain size on isothermal bainite transformation in 65Cr steel EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2020 , 266 | MATERIALS LETTERS | IF: 3.423
WoS CC Cited Count: 1 SCOPUS Cited Count: 2
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Isothermal bainite transformation was conducted on both ultrafine-grained (UFG) and normal-grained (NG) 65Cr steels. Both bainite morphology and transformation rate are greatly influenced by prior austenite grain size. Bainite transformation rate is greatly retarded in the UFG steel with average grain size of 4.6m. Lower bainite was obtained for both UFG and NG steels when austempered at 250LC and 300C; however, the bainite morphology changed from lower to upper banite for UFG steel when austempered at 400C, and lower bainite was still obtained in NG steel. This phenomenon is caused by austenite yield strength increase due to grain refinement. (C) 2020 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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Ultrafine grain Steel Upper bainite Phase transformation Lower bainite Microstructure

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GB/T 7714 Sun, Junjie , Wang, Yingjun , Guo, Shengwu et al. Effect of prior austenite grain size on isothermal bainite transformation in 65Cr steel [J]. | MATERIALS LETTERS , 2020 , 266 .
MLA Sun, Junjie et al. "Effect of prior austenite grain size on isothermal bainite transformation in 65Cr steel" . | MATERIALS LETTERS 266 (2020) .
APA Sun, Junjie , Wang, Yingjun , Guo, Shengwu , Liu, Yongning . Effect of prior austenite grain size on isothermal bainite transformation in 65Cr steel . | MATERIALS LETTERS , 2020 , 266 .
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Strong grain-size effect on martensitic transformation in high-carbon steels made by powder metallurgy EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2020 , 363 , 652-656 | Powder Technology | IF: 5.134
WoS CC Cited Count: 1 SCOPUS Cited Count: 2
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The effect of prior austenite grain size on martensitic transformation has been studied in a highcarbon steel with the composition of 1.0C-1.5Cr-0.3Mn-0.3Si-Fe (wt%). Powder metallurgy was used to obtain different grain-sized samples given its high performance to resist grain growth during austenitization. It is found that transformation twin is suppressed and replaced by dislocation martensite when the prior austenite grain size (PAGS) is reduced to about 3 μm. Furthermore, besides film-like retained austenite, blocky retained austenite is also observed with a total volume fraction of more than 30% when PAGS reaches 0.54 μm. © 2020 Elsevier B.V.

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Martensitic stainless steel Twinning Grain growth Grain size and shape Martensitic transformations Steel metallurgy Powder metallurgy Austenite

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GB/T 7714 Jiang, Tao , Sun, Junjie , Wang, Yingjun et al. Strong grain-size effect on martensitic transformation in high-carbon steels made by powder metallurgy [J]. | Powder Technology , 2020 , 363 : 652-656 .
MLA Jiang, Tao et al. "Strong grain-size effect on martensitic transformation in high-carbon steels made by powder metallurgy" . | Powder Technology 363 (2020) : 652-656 .
APA Jiang, Tao , Sun, Junjie , Wang, Yingjun , Liu, Hongji , Guo, Shengwu , Liu, Wenqing et al. Strong grain-size effect on martensitic transformation in high-carbon steels made by powder metallurgy . | Powder Technology , 2020 , 363 , 652-656 .
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Improving strength of cold-drawn wire by martensitic transformation in a 0.65 wt% C low-alloy steel EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2020 , 790 | Materials Science and Engineering A | IF: 5.234
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Ultrahigh strength can be obtained by cold drawing of high-carbon steel wire, but the strength heavily relies on the extent of cold-drawn deformation and it is difficult to produce ultrahigh strength steel wire with large diameter. In this study, a new method by combination of cold-drawing and martensitic transformation was reported to significantly improve the strength of cold-drawn steel wire. By using the new method, the strength of the steel wire can be increased to over 2.4 GPa, which is much higher than its corresponding original cold-drawn wire (less than 2.0 GPa), while sacrificing only a small ductility. By using electrochemical etching, transmission electron microscopy and X-ray diffraction, the prior austenite grain size and the microstructure of the martensitic steel wires was analysed. After the heat treatment, the large cold deformed steel wire with 8 pass drawing displays grains of 4.9 μm and dislocation-substructured martensite; while the small cold deformed wire with 6 pass drawing results in coarser grains and a mixture substructure of dislocation and twin in martensite. The results demonstrate that the extent of cold-drawn deformation has a great influence on grain refinement in the later heat treatment; grain refinement to less than 5 μm will lead to martensite substructure transition from twin to dislocation, and thus endows the martensitic steel wire moderate ductility. In addition, calculation indicates that precipitate hardening and dislocation strengthening contribute about 76.9% to the yield strength, and martensite lath boundary strengthening contributes about 18% to the yield strength. © 2020 Elsevier B.V.

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Electrochemical etching Deformation Grain refinement Grain size and shape Martensitic transformations Yield stress High resolution transmission electron microscopy Alloy steel High strength steel Ductility Martensitic stainless steel Martensite Heat treatment Wire Metal drawing Austenite Strengthening (metal)

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GB/T 7714 Sun, Junjie , Guo, Shengwu , Zhao, Shengdun et al. Improving strength of cold-drawn wire by martensitic transformation in a 0.65 wt% C low-alloy steel [J]. | Materials Science and Engineering A , 2020 , 790 .
MLA Sun, Junjie et al. "Improving strength of cold-drawn wire by martensitic transformation in a 0.65 wt% C low-alloy steel" . | Materials Science and Engineering A 790 (2020) .
APA Sun, Junjie , Guo, Shengwu , Zhao, Shengdun , Ma, Mingyue , Liu, Yongning . Improving strength of cold-drawn wire by martensitic transformation in a 0.65 wt% C low-alloy steel . | Materials Science and Engineering A , 2020 , 790 .
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Improving electrochemical performances of Lithium-rich oxide by cooperatively doping Cr and coating Li3PO4 as cathode material for Lithium-ion batteries EI SCIE PubMed Scopus
期刊论文 | 2020 , 576 , 468-475 | Journal of Colloid and Interface Science | IF: 8.128
WoS CC Cited Count: 11 SCOPUS Cited Count: 12
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Lithium-rich layered oxides exhibit one of the highest reversible discharge capacities among cathode materials for lithium-ion batteries. However, their voltage decay and poor cycle stability severely restrict their use as a commercial cathode material. In this work, a novel approach of that combines Cr doping and a Li3PO4 coating was designed to address the problems associated with lithium-rich Li1.2Mn0.54Ni0.13Co0.13O2 materials. The synergistic method not only increases the discharge capacity and cycle stability but also decreases the voltage decay. The 1.0 wt% Li3PO4 coating and 0.08 Cr doping on Li1.2Mn0.54Ni0.13Co0.13O2 cathode shows a capacity retention of 76.5% compared to the 59.0% capacity retention for the pristine electrode after 200 cycles. The initial discharge capacity is also increased from 255.8 mAh·g−1 to 265.2 mAh·g−1. In addition, the discharge voltage decay decreases from 0.84 V to 0.39 V after 200 cycles as a result of the Cr doping and Li3PO4 coating. These enhanced electrochemical properties are attributed to the fact that the Cr doping stabilized the layered structure and inhibited its phase transformation to the spinel phase, and the Li3PO4 coating confined the interfacial side reactions between the electrode and electrolyte. This work may provide a new method to solve the subsistent problems of lithium-rich cathode materials. © 2020 Elsevier Inc.

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Coatings Lithium-ion batteries Nickel compounds Electrolytes Phosphorus compounds Cathodes Electric discharges Lithium compounds Cobalt compounds Chromium Manganese compounds Cathode materials Electrochemical electrodes

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GB/T 7714 Tai, Zige , Zhu, Wei , Shi, Ming et al. Improving electrochemical performances of Lithium-rich oxide by cooperatively doping Cr and coating Li3PO4 as cathode material for Lithium-ion batteries [J]. | Journal of Colloid and Interface Science , 2020 , 576 : 468-475 .
MLA Tai, Zige et al. "Improving electrochemical performances of Lithium-rich oxide by cooperatively doping Cr and coating Li3PO4 as cathode material for Lithium-ion batteries" . | Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 576 (2020) : 468-475 .
APA Tai, Zige , Zhu, Wei , Shi, Ming , Xin, Yanfei , Guo, Shengwu , Wu, Yifang et al. Improving electrochemical performances of Lithium-rich oxide by cooperatively doping Cr and coating Li3PO4 as cathode material for Lithium-ion batteries . | Journal of Colloid and Interface Science , 2020 , 576 , 468-475 .
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Potassium Nickel Iron Hexacyanoferrate as Ultra-Long-Life Cathode Material for Potassium-Ion Batteries with High Energy Density EI SCIE PubMed
期刊论文 | 2020 , 14 (8) , 9807-9818 | ACS NANO | IF: 15.881
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The abundant reserve and low price of potassium resources promote K-ion batteries (KIBs) becoming a promising alternative to Li-ion batteries, while the large ionic radius of K-ions creates a formidable challenge for developing suitable electrodes. Here Ni-substituted Prussian blue analogues (PBAs) are investigated comprehensively as cathodes for KIBs. The synthesized K1.90Ni0.5Fe0.5[Fe(CN)(6)](0.89)center dot 0.42H(2)O (KNFHCF-1/2) takes advantage of the merits of high capacity from electrochemically active Fe-ions, outstanding electrochemical kinetics induced by decreased band gap and K-ion diffusion activation energy, and admirable structure stability from inert Ni-ions. Therefore, a high first capacity of 81.6 mAh.g(-1) at 10 mA.g(-1), an excellent rate property (53.4 mAh.g(-1) at 500 mA.g(-1)), and a long-term lifespan over 1000 cycles with the lowest fading rate of 0.0177% per cycle at 100 mA.g(-1) can be achieved for KNFHCF-1/2. The K-ion intercalation/deintercalation proceeds through a facile solid solution mechanism, allowing 1.5-electron transfer based on low- and high-spins Fe-II/F-III couples, which is verified by ex situ XRD, XPS, and DFT calculations. The K-ion full battery is also demonstrated using a graphite anode with a high energy density of 282.7 Wh.kg(-1). This work may promote more studies on PRA electrodes and accelerate the development of KIBs.

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cathode material DFT calculations Prussian blue potassium-ion battery full cell

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GB/T 7714 Chong, Shaokun , Yang, Jing , Sun, Lan et al. Potassium Nickel Iron Hexacyanoferrate as Ultra-Long-Life Cathode Material for Potassium-Ion Batteries with High Energy Density [J]. | ACS NANO , 2020 , 14 (8) : 9807-9818 .
MLA Chong, Shaokun et al. "Potassium Nickel Iron Hexacyanoferrate as Ultra-Long-Life Cathode Material for Potassium-Ion Batteries with High Energy Density" . | ACS NANO 14 . 8 (2020) : 9807-9818 .
APA Chong, Shaokun , Yang, Jing , Sun, Lan , Guo, Shengwu , Liu, Yongning , Liu, Hua Kun . Potassium Nickel Iron Hexacyanoferrate as Ultra-Long-Life Cathode Material for Potassium-Ion Batteries with High Energy Density . | ACS NANO , 2020 , 14 (8) , 9807-9818 .
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