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Molecular Research on Electrolytes for Energy Storage Systems

A special issue of International Journal of Molecular Sciences (ISSN 1422-0067). This special issue belongs to the section "Materials Science".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 20 October 2024 | Viewed by 167

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Guest Editor
EA 6299 PCM2E, Université de Tours, 37200 Tours, France
Interests: porous organic cages; trianglamines; 2D and 3D materials; organometallic chemistry; physico-chemical characterization; aqueous electrolyte

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Guest Editor
EA 6299 PCM2E, Université de Tours, 37200 Tours, France
Interests: thermodynamics of solutions; physical chemistry of microheterogeneous media; phenomena at interfaces; chemical and electrochemical kinetics; materials for energy storage devices

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

To be in line with worldwide initiatives such as Horizon 2030+ and Battery 2030+, it is important to develop sustainable energy storage systems. Much research has been carried out on electrode materials. However, many parameters including safety and cost limit their development. Working on electrolytes looks more challenging and offers a wider range of possibilities to move towards greener solutions conforming to the expected sustainable development.

This Special Issue aims to provide a panel of recent advances in the formulation of electrolytes (including liquid, gel, and solid types). Aqueous and organic electrolytes will be considered as organic additives as polymers, metal–organic frameworks, covalent organic frameworks and bio-inspired additives will be introduced. Innovative electrolytes are expected to increase the electrochemical potential window. In addition to the full characterization of the electrolyte, the well-understood phenomena of the interface between electrolytes and electrodes and/or separators should be highlighted whenever possible. The simultaneous presence of all these aspects in the same study is not mandatory. We welcome contributions with a particular focus on, but not limited to, the sustainable formulation of electrolytes for sodium or magnesium batteries.

For this Special Issue of IJMS, entitled “Molecular Research on Electrolytes for Energy Storage Systems”, we welcome your contributions in the form of original research articles and critical reviews on the molecular aspects of electrolytes.

Dr. Carine Maaliki
Dr. Bénédicte Claude-Montigny
Guest Editors

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Keywords

  • sustainability
  • liquid electrolytes
  • gel electrolytes
  • solid electrolytes
  • Na batteries
  • Mg batteries
  • supercapacitors
  • higher voltage
  • physico-chemical characterization
  • electrochemistry
  • organic framework additives
  • polymers
  • interface phenomena

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