2014
DOI: 10.1149/ma2014-04/2/288
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Abstract: Magnesium battery is one of the candidates for the next generation battery system due to the high energy density and the environmentally friendly nature 1,2. Developing suitable cathode materials is a clue to the practical application. Divalent Mg2+ insertion/extraction reactions in host compounds is difficult, due to the stronger ionic interaction and harder charge redistribution of magnesium compared to lithium ions 3. Therefore suitable cathode materials are limited at this moment. In order to design the ho… Show more

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