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The ever-rising demands for energy dense electrochemical storage systems have been driving interests in beyond Li-ion batteries such as those based on lithium and magnesium metals. These high energy density batteries suffer from several challenges, several of which stem from the flammability/volatility of the electrolytes and/or instability of the electrolytes with either the negative, positive electrode or both. Recently, hydride-based electrolytes have been paving the way towards overcoming these issues. Namely, highly performing solid-state electrolytes have been reported and several key challenges in multivalent batteries were overcome. In this review, the classes of hydride-based electrolytes reported for energy dense batteries are discussed. Future perspectives are presented to guide research directions in this field.


Rana Mohtadi. Beyond Typical Electrolytes for Energy Dense Batteries. Molecules (Basel, Switzerland). 2020 Apr 14;25(8)

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PMID: 32295159

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