Room Temperature Sodium Sulfur Batteries

By Bryan D. Vogt

Polymer Engineering, University of Akron, Akron, OH

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Abstract

This presentation is a segment of the seminar Processing Science at Scale to Traverse the ‘Valley of Death’ from Fundamental Science to Commercialization.

Translation of innovation from fundamental research to commercial product is commonly hindered by the costs associated with scale-up and development of manufacturable processing routes. An integrated approach where concepts of scale-up, efficient processing, and cost are considered from the beginning of the research project will be described in the context of "Room Temperature Sodium Sulfur Batteries".

In this talk we discuss how roll-to-roll processing is being used to fabricate low cost self-assembled materials for beyond Li ion battery technologies.

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  • Bryan D. Vogt (2018), "Room Temperature Sodium Sulfur Batteries," http://nanohub.org/resources/28191.

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Room 1001, Birck Nanotechnology Center, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN