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Carbon nanomaterials for stabilizing zinc anodes in zinc-ion batteries

GONG Yun XUE Yu-hua

贡昀, 薛裕华. 纳米炭材料应用于稳定锌离子电池中锌负极. 新型炭材料(中英文), 2023, 38(3): 438-458. doi: 10.1016/S1872-5805(23)60740-1
引用本文: 贡昀, 薛裕华. 纳米炭材料应用于稳定锌离子电池中锌负极. 新型炭材料(中英文), 2023, 38(3): 438-458. doi: 10.1016/S1872-5805(23)60740-1
GONG Yun, XUE Yu-hua. Carbon nanomaterials for stabilizing zinc anodes in zinc-ion batteries. New Carbon Mater., 2023, 38(3): 438-458. doi: 10.1016/S1872-5805(23)60740-1
Citation: GONG Yun, XUE Yu-hua. Carbon nanomaterials for stabilizing zinc anodes in zinc-ion batteries. New Carbon Mater., 2023, 38(3): 438-458. doi: 10.1016/S1872-5805(23)60740-1

纳米炭材料应用于稳定锌离子电池中锌负极

doi: 10.1016/S1872-5805(23)60740-1
基金项目: 国家自然科学基金(52172095),上海市地方院校能力建设计划项目(20060502200),上海市教委科研创新计划重大项目(2019-01-07-00-07-E00015)
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    薛裕华,教授. E-mail:xueyuhua@usst.edu.cn

  • 中图分类号: TQ127.1+1

Carbon nanomaterials for stabilizing zinc anodes in zinc-ion batteries

Funds: This work was supported financially by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (52172095), the Natural Science Foundation of Shanghai (19ZR1435000), the Science and Technology Commission of Shanghai Municipality (20060502200), the Innovation Program of Shanghai Municipal Education Commission (2019-01-07-00-07-E00015)
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  • 摘要: 水系锌离子电池(ZIBs)由于价格低、安全性好、储能性能优异等优点,在电网和可穿戴设备中具有极大的前景。然而,锌离子电池的锌金属负极并不稳定,例如,锌负极上会形成锌枝晶,同时还会发生析氢反应和其他副反应。这些不稳定的因素阻碍了ZIBs的应用。最近,纳米炭材料因其独特的结构、优异的导电性和良好的稳定性成为优化锌负极的重要材料。这篇综述系统地概述了纳米炭材料用于稳定ZIBs中锌负极的最新进展。总结了纳米炭材料稳定锌负极的4种策略,包括使用炭材料作为基底、保护涂层、电解质添加剂和隔膜改性。最后,指出了纳米炭材料在稳定锌负极方面的挑战和前景。
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    Figure  1.  (a) Number of publications on carbon nanomaterials for stabilizing zinc anode, which was indexed by two topic keywords of ‘‘zinc anode’’ and ‘‘carbon’’ from the Web of Science. (b) Main progress of carbon nanomaterials as hosts, protecting layers, separators and electrolyte additives in aqueous ZIBs

    Figure  2.  Schematic illustration of zinc dendrites, HER, corrosion and passivation

    Figure  3.  SEM images of (a) bare CNT and (b) Zn/CNT. (c) The cycling performance of symmetrical batteries based on Zn/CC and Zn/CNT anodes at 2 mA cm−2[35]. (d) The fabrication process of anode using zinc/MWCNTs nanoflakes[37]. Reprinted with permission

    Figure  4.  (a) Scheme illustrating zinc metal crystals grown on a stainless steel substrate and a graphene coated stainless steel substrate. Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) images of Zn electrodeposition on (b) bare stainless steel and (c) graphene-coated stainless steel[16]. (d) The schematic illustrations of Zn deposition processes on CC and N-VG@CC electrodes. Models of the electric field distributions for (e) Zn@CC electrode and (f) Zn@N-VG@CC electrode after Zn nuclei formation[15]. Reprinted with permission

    Figure  5.  (a) SEM images of Zn anodes at areal capacities from 1 mAh cm−2 to 10 mAh cm−2. Scale bars, 2 mm. (b) Schematics of the Zn metal plating process on Zn@ZIF-8-500 anode[53]. (c) Schematics of the preparing process of the 3D-ZGC host. (d) The optical microscopy images of the Zn plating behavior on bare Zn foil and Zn@3D-ZGC anodes before and after 100 numbers of depositing/stripping cycles. (e) The cycling stability of the whole symmetrical batteries composited of the bare Zn foil (green line) and the Zn@3D-ZGC composite (read line) anodes at 10 mA cm−2 with a fixed capacity of 1 mAh cm−2[40]. Reprinted with permission

    Figure  6.  Schematic illustration of depositing/plating processes of (a) Zn foil electrodes and (b) CNT-stabilized Zn electrodes. SEM images of the carbon nanotubes covered Zn electrode (c) before, and (d) after cycling[65]. (e-j) The stabilized structures and the optimized configurations of Zn planes and CNTs adsorbing O and S. (k) The long-term cycling stability of a Mn2+/Zn2+ whole battery[66]. Reprinted with permission

    Figure  7.  (a) Schematics of graphene as a protecting layer on the Zn foil. (b) Schematics of Zn plating process on bare Zn foil (upper image) and NGO@Zn electrode (lower image). (c) SEM images of bare Zn (left) and NGO@Zn (right) electrodes after ten cycles. (d) The linear polarization curves of bare Zn and NGO@Zn electrodes. (e) The long-term stability of the whole pouch batteries of LMO//NGO@Zn and LMO//bare Zn, inset is an optical image of the pouch cell with the NGO@Zn anode and LMO cathode[18]. Reprinted with permission

    Figure  8.  (a) Structure of HsGDY, schematic illustration of HsGDY on Zn plate and digital images of Zn plate before and after HsGDY growth. (b) The cycling stability of Zn@HsGDY//C full cells with different cathodic loading masses[69]. Reprinted with permission

    Figure  9.  (a) Schematics of zinc depositing/plating processes with CG separators[74]. (b) Schematic illustration of the preparation process of graphene based Janus separator. (c) SEM image of VG carpet on the Janus separator, Scale bar: 1 μm. Inset: High-magnification SEM image of VG, Scale bar: 100 nm[75]. (d) Schematic illustration of the fabrication process of the Janus separator. (e) Long-term cycling stability of Zn/Zn symmetric cells with the GF separator/Janus separator at 10 mA cm−2[76]. Reprinted with permission

    Figure  10.  (a) Schematic illustration of ZIBs with and without GO electrolytes. Cross-section SEM images of the zinc anodes (b) without GO electrolyte additive and (c) with GO electrolyte additive after 200 cycles[20]. (d) Schematic presentation of the effect of GQD additive for suppressing dendrites growth. SEM images of zinc foil after 20 cycles at 0.8 mA cm−2 (e) without GQDs and (f) with GQDs[78]. Reprinted with permission

    Table  1.   Performance of recently reported carbon nanomaterials as hosts for Zn anode

    AnodeCarbon nanomaterialsVoltage hysteresisLife spanCoulombic efficiencyCycling stabilityRef.
    Zn/CNTCNT27 mV200 h (2 mA cm−2)97.9% (5 mA cm−2)88.7% (1000 cycles)[35]
    Zn/CNT foamCNT foam143 mV10000 min (3 mA cm−2)82.0% (5000 cycles)[36]
    MGA@ZnMxene/ graphene64 mV1050 h (10 mA cm−2)99.7% (10 mA cm−2)60 cycles[39]
    Zn@N-VG@CCN-doped vertical graphene~6 mV150 h (0.5 mA cm−2)>95.0% (5 mA cm−2)80.0% (300 cycles)[15]
    Zn/GCFgraphene100 h (1mA cm−2)100.0% (0.2 mA cm−2)1000 cycles[57]
    NLSG-ZnLaser-scribed graphene18 mV250 h (1 mA cm−2)99.4% (2 mA cm−2)72.3% (1200 cycles)[58]
    Zn@3D-ZGCGraphene/carbon nanotube~50 mV400 h (10 mA cm−2)80.8% (6000 cycles)[40]
    Zn@ZIF-8-500MOFs derived carbon98.6% (2.0 mA cm−2)72.0% (20000 cycles)[53]
    Zn@NOCA@CFCF240 h (1 mA cm−2)95.7% (1 mA cm−2)200 cycles[52]
    Zn@TiO2/NCMOFs derived N-doped carbon~60 mV1100 h (5 mA cm−2)99.4% (2.0 mA cm−2)75.0% (1000 cycles)[59]
    Sn@NHCFN-doped hollow carbon spheres21 mV370 h (1 mA cm−2)99.7% (5.0 mA cm−2)2400 cycles[45]
    HSTF3D hollow SiO2/TiO2/CF122 mV600 h (10 mA cm−2)99.5% (20.0 mA cm−2)85.0% (10000cycles)[43]
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    Table  2.   Performance of carbon nanomaterials as protecting layer for Zn anode

    AnodeCarbon nanomaterialVoltage hysteresisLife spanCoulombic efficiencyCycling stabilityRef.
    Zn@CNTSCNTs36 mV1800 h (0.1 mA cm−2)100% (7000 cycles)[65]
    Zn-CNTsCNTs80 mV600 h (0.5 mA cm−2)11000 cycles[66]
    Zn/rGORGO300 h (1 mA cm−2)88.5% (5000 cycles)[17]
    FLG@ZnFew-layer graphene500 h (1 mA/cm−2)98.0% (1 mA cm−2)97.0% (5000 cycles)[72]
    Zn/rGORGO170 mV200 h (10 mA cm−2)79.0% (1000 cycles)[73]
    CNG-ZnBifunctional cellulose nanowhisker-
    graphene composite
    31 mV5500 h (0.25 cm−2)99.4% (0.5 mA cm−2)87.8% (5000 cycles)[67]
    NGO@ZnN-doped graphene oxide17 mV1200 h (1 mA cm−2)99.5% (5 mA cm−2)94.0% (300 cycles)[18]
    PEDOT:PSS/GS@ZnPEDOT:PSS/GS500 h (1 mA cm−2)98.0% (1 mA cm−2)8000 cycles[68]
    Zn@HsGDYGraphdiyne2400 h (2 mA cm−2)nearly 100%50000 cycles[69]
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