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Exceptionally High Ionic Conductivity in Na3P0.62As0.38S4 with Improved Moisture Stability for Solid‐State Sodium‐Ion Batteries

, is developed with an exceptionally high conductivity of 1.46 mS cm at 25 °C and enhanced moisture stability. Dual effects of alloying element As (lattice expansion and a weaker AsS bond strength) are responsible for the superior conductivity. Improved moisture stability is regulated by shifting l... Full description

Journal Title: Advanced Materials April 2017, Vol.29(16), pp.n/a-n/a
Main Author: Yu, Zhaoxin
Other Authors: Shang, Shun‐Li , Seo, Joo‐Hwan , Wang, Daiwei , Luo, Xiangyi , Huang, Qingquan , Chen, Shuru , Lu, Jun , Li, Xiaolin , Liu, Zi‐Kui , Wang, Donghai
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ID: ISSN: 0935-9648 ; E-ISSN: 1521-4095 ; DOI: 10.1002/adma.201605561
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title: Exceptionally High Ionic Conductivity in Na3P0.62As0.38S4 with Improved Moisture Stability for Solid‐State Sodium‐Ion Batteries
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  • Yu, Zhaoxin
  • Shang, Shun‐Li
  • Seo, Joo‐Hwan
  • Wang, Daiwei
  • Luo, Xiangyi
  • Huang, Qingquan
  • Chen, Shuru
  • Lu, Jun
  • Li, Xiaolin
  • Liu, Zi‐Kui
  • Wang, Donghai
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  • All‐Solid‐State Battery
  • First‐Principles Calculations
  • Sodium‐Ion Conductor
  • Solid‐State Electrolyte
  • Sulfide
ispartof: Advanced Materials, April 2017, Vol.29(16), pp.n/a-n/a
description: , is developed with an exceptionally high conductivity of 1.46 mS cm at 25 °C and enhanced moisture stability. Dual effects of alloying element As (lattice expansion and a weaker AsS bond strength) are responsible for the superior conductivity. Improved moisture stability is regulated by shifting low‐energy moisture reactions to high‐energy ones due to As.
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abstract, is developed with an exceptionally high conductivity of 1.46 mS cm at 25 °C and enhanced moisture stability. Dual effects of alloying element As (lattice expansion and a weaker AsS bond strength) are responsible for the superior conductivity. Improved moisture stability is regulated by shifting low‐energy moisture reactions to high‐energy ones due to As.
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