Mechanism of Capacity Fade in Sodium Storage and the Strategies of Improvement for FeS2 Anode
Pyrite FeS 2 has attracted extensive interest as anode material for sodium-ion batteries due to its high capacity, low cost, and abundant resource. However, the micron-sized FeS 2 usually suffers from poor cyclability, which stems from structure collapse, exfoliation of active materials, and sulfur dissolution. Here, we use a synergistic approach to enhance the sodium storage performance of the micron-sized FeS 2 through voltage control (0.5–3 V), binder choice, and graphene coating. The FeS 2 electrode with the synergistic approach exhibits high specific capacity (524 mA h g –1 ), long cycle life (87.8% capacity retention after 800 cycles), and excellent rate capability (323 mA h g –1 at 5 A g –1 ). The results prove that a synergistic approach can be applied in the micron-sized sulfides to achieve high electrochemical performance. Graphic Abstract ACS Electronic Supporting Info
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