Anodic behavior of zinc in Zn-MnO2 battery using ERDA technique
Minakshi, M. and Ionescu, M. (2010) Anodic behavior of zinc in Zn-MnO2 battery using ERDA technique. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 35 (14). pp. 7618-7622.
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The commercial, alkaline zinc-manganese dioxide (Zn-MnO2) primary battery has been transformed into a secondary battery using lithium hydroxide electrolyte. Galvanostatic discharge-charge experiments showed that the capacity decline of the Zn-MnO2 battery is not caused by the MnO2 cathode, but by the zinc anode. The electrochemical data indicated that a rechargeable battery made of porous zinc anode can have a larger discharge capacity of 220 mAh/g than a planar zinc anode of 130 mAh/g. The cycling performance of these two anodes is demonstrated. Structural and depth profile analyses of the discharged anodes are examined by X-ray diffraction (XRD) and elastic recoil detection analysis (ERDA) techniques.
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|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Engineering and Energy|
|Copyright:||© 2010 Professor T. Nejat Veziroglu.|
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