An all solid-state tungsten–air battery using solid oxide–ion electrolyte is demonstrated as a new chemistry for advanced energy storage. The unique design of separated energy storage from the electrodes allows for free volume expansion–contraction during electrical cycles and new metal–air chemistry to be explored conveniently.
Published in Chemical Communications, Volume 49, Issue 47, 2013, pages 5357-5359.
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Zhao, X., Li, X., Gong, Y., Xu, N., Romito, K., & Huang, K. (2013). A High Energy Density All Solid-State Tungsten-Air Battery. Chemical Communications, 49 (47), 5357 - 5359. http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/C3CC42075B