Exploring Metal-Air Chemistries with a New Solid Oxide Metal-Air Redox Battery
This paper introduces a new class of solid oxide metal air redox batteries, targeting at stationary energy storage. Distinct from traditional liquid based metal-air batteries, this new battery has a completely new system design, which was developed from reversible solid oxide fuel cell (RSOFC) technologies, relying on the conduction of O2-. This all-solid-state battery circumvents the major problems facing conventional metal-air batteries with its unique design: a reversible solid oxide fuel cell is decoupled with a metal-metal oxide containing energy storage bed. This decoupling design allows for an easy exploitation of new metal-air chemistries, for example, tungsten-air and molybdenum-air. Theoretical analysis and experimental results both show that heavy metals like tungsten and molybdenum are promising redox metals to provide higher energy density for the new battery.
Published in ECS Transactions, Volume 58, Issue 12, 2014, pages 67-74.
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Zhao, X., Li, X., Gong, Y., Xu, N., & Huang, K. (2014). Exploring Metal-Air Chemistries with a New Solid Oxide Metal-Air Redox Battery. ECS Transactions, 58 (12), 67 – 74. http://dx.doi.org/10.1149/05812.0067ecst