C2020-06 – A Cu2S-based Superior Anode for Sodium-Ion Batteries

This invention creatively develops a facile technical route via ball milling to accomplish superior Cu2S anodes for sodium-ion batteries. Problem Addressed: There has been an ever-increasing demand on renewable clean energies (e.g., solar energy and wind energy) given the facts that fossil fuels (i.e., petroleum, coal, and natural gas) are quickly depleting and causing severe environmental issues. However, these renewable clean energies can only operate intermittently, and their wide implementation needs electrical energy storage (EES) systems. Technology Ventures ventures@uark.edu 479-575-7243

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