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Biomass-derived carbon anodes for sodium-ion batteries

HUANG Si QIU Xue-qing WANG Cai-wei ZHONG Lei ZHANG Zhi-hong YANG Shun-sheng SUN Shi-rong YANG Dong-jie ZHANG Wen-li

黄思, 邱学青, 王才威, 钟磊, 张志鸿, 杨顺生, 孙世荣, 杨东杰, 张文礼. 生物质基炭负极材料在钠离子电池中的应用. 新型炭材料(中英文), 2023, 38(1): 40-72. doi: 10.1016/S1872-5805(23)60718-8
引用本文: 黄思, 邱学青, 王才威, 钟磊, 张志鸿, 杨顺生, 孙世荣, 杨东杰, 张文礼. 生物质基炭负极材料在钠离子电池中的应用. 新型炭材料(中英文), 2023, 38(1): 40-72. doi: 10.1016/S1872-5805(23)60718-8
HUANG Si, QIU Xue-qing, WANG Cai-wei, ZHONG Lei, ZHANG Zhi-hong, YANG Shun-sheng, SUN Shi-rong, YANG Dong-jie, ZHANG Wen-li. Biomass-derived carbon anodes for sodium-ion batteries. New Carbon Mater., 2023, 38(1): 40-72. doi: 10.1016/S1872-5805(23)60718-8
Citation: HUANG Si, QIU Xue-qing, WANG Cai-wei, ZHONG Lei, ZHANG Zhi-hong, YANG Shun-sheng, SUN Shi-rong, YANG Dong-jie, ZHANG Wen-li. Biomass-derived carbon anodes for sodium-ion batteries. New Carbon Mater., 2023, 38(1): 40-72. doi: 10.1016/S1872-5805(23)60718-8

生物质基炭负极材料在钠离子电池中的应用

doi: 10.1016/S1872-5805(23)60718-8
基金项目: 国家自然科学基金项目(No.22108044);广东省重点领域研发计划项目(No.2020B1111380002);广州市基础研究与应用基础研究(No.202201010290);广东省植物资源生物炼制重点实验室开放课题项目(No.2021GDKLPRB07)
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    通讯作者:

    邱学青,博士,教授. E-mail:cexqqiu@scut.edu.cn

    孙世荣,博士. E-mail:shirongsun@gdut.edu.cn

    张文礼,博士,教授. E-mail:wlzhang@gdut.edu.cn; wlzhang@gdut.edu.cn

  • 中图分类号: TQ127.1+1

Biomass-derived carbon anodes for sodium-ion batteries

Funds: This work was supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China (22108044), the Research and Development Program in Key Fields of Guangdong Province (2020B1111380002), the Basic Research and Applicable Basic Research in Guangzhou City (202201010290), the financial support from the Guangdong Provincial Key Laboratory of Plant Resources Biorefinery (2021GDKLPRB07), and the financial support from the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Plan for College Students of China
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  • 摘要: 钠离子电池在未来大规模固定式电网储能中的潜在应用引起了人们的广泛关注。随着钠离子电池的商业化发展,利用可持续生物质资源开发高性能炭负极材料已成为制造低成本钠离子电池的一项重要策略。本文综述了以生物质废弃物为原料制备先进炭负极材料用于钠离子电池的最新进展。首先,系统地讨论了炭负极储钠机制的历史观点,以明确其构效关系。其次,介绍了炭材料孔结构设计、杂原子掺杂、晶体结构控制和形貌调控等策略有效地提高生物质基炭负极的储钠性能。最后,从合成方法、微观结构和生产成本的角度,展望了生物质基炭负极材料用于商业化钠离子电池的可能以及未来的研究方向和挑战。
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    Figure  1.  (a) Ragone plot of electrochemical energy storage devices, the relationship between power density versus energy density[69]. (b) Elemental abundance in the earth’s crust[70]. (c) Cost comparison of model SIBs and LIBs[71]. (d) Schematic illustration of the architecture of SIBs. Reprinted with permission

    Figure  2.  Proposed sodiation mechanisms for carbon anodes. (a) “Insertion-filling” model[83]. (b) “Adsorption-insertion” model[83]. (c) “Adsorption-insertion” model[76]. (d) “Adsorption-filling” mechanism[78]. (e) “Adsorption-insertion-filling” mechanism[79]. (f) “Adsorption-insertion-filling” mechanism[82]. (g) “Adsorption/insertion-filling” mechanism[84]. Reprinted with permission

    Figure  3.  The microstructure-dependent sodium storage mechanism of HCs[88]. Reprinted with permission

    Figure  4.  (a) Schematic illustration of the natural structure of wood, and the composition of the cell wall[96]. (b) Schematic representation for the typical microstructures of the carbons obtained at 1000 and 3000 °C[99]. Scanning electron microscopy images of (c) cucumber stem-derived carbon[101], (d) poplar wood-derived carbon[102], (e) lotus stem-derived carbon[103], (f) cherry petals derived carbon[104], (g) apricot shells derived carbon[105], (h) beechwood derived carbon[106], (i) pine pollen derived carbon[107], and (j) bamboo-like derived carbon[108]. Reprinted with permission

    Figure  5.  Preparation of porous carbons by chemical activation strategy. (a) Peanut shell-derived porous carbon prepared by KOH activation[117]. (b) Cotton seed hull-derived porous carbon prepared by fungi-enabled degradation and KOH activation[119]. (c) Samara-derived porous carbon prepared by KHCO3 activation[120]. (d) Peanut shell-derived porous carbon prepared by H3PO4 activation[124]. (e) Magnolia petals derived porous carbon prepared by ZnCl2 activation[128]. (f) Platanus bark-derived porous carbon prepared by H2SO4 washing[129]. Reprinted with permission

    Figure  6.  Heteroatom doped carbons. (a) N-doped carbon derived from onion[139]. (b) N, P co-doped carbon derived from corn stalk[142]. (c) N, S co-doped carbon derived from cotton[143]. (d) N, S co-doped carbon derived from tangerine peel[144]. Reprinted with permission

    Figure  7.  Preparation of hard carbons by direct carbonization. (a) A freestanding and thick hard carbon with well-defined channels in original wood[157]. (b) Walnut shell derived hard carbon[158]. (c) Argan shells derived hard carbon[159]. (d) Cork-derived hard carbon[160]. (e) Date palm derived hard carbon[161]. Reprinted with permission

    Figure  8.  (a) Evolution of crystalline structure in hard carbon at 600-2500 °C[76]. (b) Sodium storage state in hard carbon[103]. (c) Mechanism of Na+ ions insertion into pseudo-graphitic domains[162]. Reprinted with permission

    Figure  9.  Preparation of the nanostructured carbons. (a) Zero-dimensional carbon spherules[165]. (b) One-dimensional hollow carbon microtubes[168]. (c) One-dimensional hard carbon microtubes[85]. (d) Two-dimensional sulfur-doped carbon sheets[172]. (e) Two-dimensional carbon nanosheets[173]. (f) Three-dimensional honeycomb-like carbon[131]. Reprinted with permission

    Figure  10.  Capacity comparison of hard carbons derived from typical biomass wastes in reported literatures[85,159,160,183-186]

    Figure  11.  Sodium storage performance of hard carbons derived from various biomass. (a) Hard carbon derived from cork at 1200-1600 °C[160]. (b) Hard carbon derived from corn cob at 1000-1600 °C[184]. (c) Hard carbon derived from pinecone at 500-1600 °C[189]. (d) Hard carbon from starch at 900-1700 °C[183]. (e) Hard carbon from waste tea at 1000-1600 °C[185]. Reprinted with permission

    Figure  12.  Summary of future directions and challenging perspectives of biomass-derived carbon anodes for practical SIBs applications

    Table  1.   Electrochemical performances of biomass-derived carbon materials with different sources and structures

    Biomass precursorTemperature (°C)Structures Electrochemical performanceRef.
    BET
    (m2 g−1)
    Interlayer spacing
    (nm)
    ID/IG ICE
    (%)
    Reversible capacity
    (mAh g−1)
    Cycling
    stabilitya
    Rate
    performanceb
    Cotton 1000 538 4.14 - 26 88 - - [85]
    1300 38 4.1 83 315 97/0.1C 180/1C
    1600 14 4.02 85 294 - -
    Wheat starch 900 6.33 3.75 1.36 80 256 92.5/0.4C 51/4C [183]
    1100 5.44 3.74 1.28 85.2 320 93.2/0.4C 83/4C
    1300 3.67 3.73 1.24 86.5 336 93.8/0.4C 122/4C
    1500 1.6 3.68 1.23 90.5 305 94.5/0.4C 156/4C
    1700 1.5 3.51 1.04 93.9 235 94.7/0.4C 82/4C
    Argan shell 800 99 4 - 66.2 232 91.3/25 mA g−1 - [159]
    1000 7.7 4 77.9 286 93.1/25 mA g−1
    1200 3.9 3.93 81.2 296 96.6/25 mA g−1
    1300 2.6 3.88 83.9 300 98.3/25 mA g−1
    Acid-treated argan shell 800 380 3.91 - 76.9 286 94.5/25 mA g−1 - [159]
    1000 270 3.9 83.9 299 95.9/25 mA g−1
    1200 23 3.93 79 333 96.9/25 mA g−1
    1300 24 3.85 86.8 312 98.4/25 mA g−1
    Wine cork 800 11.67 4.03 2.87 61 256 80.8/0.1C 170/2C [160]
    1200 9.23 3.97 2.47 71 311 84.8/0.1C 140/2C
    1400 8.57 3.92 2.22 76 326 88/0.1C 116/2C
    1600 5.54 3.76 1.89 81 358 87/0.1C 108/2C
    Corn cob 1000 5.49 4.08 - 81 267 93.9/0.2C 120/2C [184]
    1300 3.73 3.98 86 298 97/0.2C 95/2C
    1600 1.43 3.89 87 286 93.1/0.2C 80/2C
    Waste tea 1000 56 3.79 - 67 218 81/0.2C 47/2C [185]
    1200 38 3.75 68 230.5 82/0.2C 58.1/2C
    1400 14 3.73 69 282.4 83/0.2C 67.3/2C
    1600 4 3.66 73 226.3 85/0.2C 35/2C
    Rice husk 1100 2.68 4.03 1.16 64 323 - 150/1000 mA g−1 [186]
    1300 0.27 3.95 1.23 66 372 183/1000 mA g−1
    1500 0.23 3.84 1.31 68 327 166/1000 mA g−1
    Cellulose 800 425 4.09 - 55.2 197 - - [159]
    Acid-treated cellulose 800 352 4.05 - 78.9 285 - - [159]
    Lignin 800 4.4 3.91 - 64 158 - - [159]
    Acid treated Lignin 800 287 4.04 - 75.4 285 - - [159]
    Note: a Capacity retention (%)/current density. b Rate capacity (mAh g−1)/current density.
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