Sodium Batteries and Novel Systems

Tuesday, 3 October 2017: 14:00-17:40
Maryland D (Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center)
Chairs:
Gabriel M Veith and Dionne Hernandez-Lugo
14:00
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Planar-Type Na-Metal Halide Battery: Low Operating Temperature, Low Cost and Long Cycle-Life
H. J. Chang, X. Lu (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), K. Jung (Research Institute of Industrial Science and Technology), V. Sprenkle, and G. Li (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)
14:20
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Advancing Sodium-Based Batteries for Grid-Scale Energy Storage
E. D. Spoerke, L. J. Small, J. Lamb, P. Clem, D. Ingersoll (Sandia National Laboratories), S. Bhavaraju, and A. Eccleston (Ceramatec,Inc.)
14:40
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TiP2O7 Exhibiting Reversible Insertion of Sodium Ions in an Aqueous Environment
G. Yee, J. Whitacre, S. Shanbhag (Carnegie Mellon University), J. Chang, and K. Carlisle (Aquion Energy Inc.)
15:00
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A Fully Regenerable Thermal Silver Ammonia Battery to Convert Low-Grade Waste Heat to Electricity
M. Rahimi, T. Kim, C. A. Gorski, and B. E. Logan (The Pennsylvania State University)
15:20
Break
 
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Sonochemical Synthesis of Na0.7MnO2.05 and Na0.44MnO2 Insertion Materials for Na-Ion Batteries and Na-Ion Capacitors (Cancelled)
16:00
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Performance of Rechargeable Iron Alkaline Batteries with Sulfur-Containing Atomized Powders As Negative Electrodes
K. Hayashi (KOBE STEEL, LTD.), Y. Wada, T. Suzuki, Y. Maeda (Toyohashi University of Technology), H. Sakamoto (KOBE STEEL, LTD.), W. K. Tan, G. Kawamura, H. Muto, and A. Matsuda (Toyohashi University of Technology)
 
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Effects of Cell Geometry on Rate Performance of Secondary Batteries (Cancelled)
16:40
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Printed Planar Lithium Ion Batteries
B. R. Hsieh (EnCap Energy Inc.)
17:00
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Transparent Thin Film Lithium Ion Batteries
S. Oukassi, S. Poncet, C. Dubarry, A. Bazin, C. Secouard, F. Geffraye, and R. Salot (CEA, LETI, MINATEC Campus, 38054 Grenoble, France)
17:20
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Beyond Li-Ion Chemistry for High Energy Aqueous Battery
C. Yang (University of Maryland), C. Wang, L. Suo (University of Maryland, College Park), and F. Wang (U.S.Army Research Lab)