Honolulu PRiME 2012 - Honolulu, Hawaii

October 7 - October 12, 2012

PROGRAM INFORMATION

 

B11 - Sodium Batteries

 

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Lehua, Kalia Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

Na Batteries

Co-Chairs: Christopher Johnson
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00 Introductory Remarks (10 Minutes)
08:10   1831   Sodium Ion Batteries for Grid Applications M. M. Doeff, M. Shirpour, and J. Cabana (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
08:40   1832   Towards the Development of the Na-Ion Technology: In Search of Suitable Electrodes and Electrolytes A. Ponrouch, P. Senguttuvan, E. Marchante (ICMAB-CSIC), M. Courty, J. Tarascon (LRCS), and M. Palacin (ICMAB-CSIC)
09:10   1833   Understanding the Difference in Intercalation Behavior between Layered Na- and Li-Transition Metal Oxides S. Kim, X. Ma, S. Ong, and G. Ceder (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
 

Na-ion Batteries - Cathodes I

Co-Chairs: Marca Doeff and M. Rosa Palacin
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
10:00   1834   P2-type Na2/3[Fe1/2Mn1/2]O2 Made from Earth-Abundant Elements for High-Energy Na-Ion Batteries N. Yabuuchi, M. Kajiyama, Y. Yamada, and S. Komaba (Tokyo University of Science)
10:30   1835   Structure and Electrochemistry of NaxFexMn1-xO2 Na-Ion Cathode Materials J. S. Thorne, R. A. Dunlap, and M. N. Obrovac (Dalhousie University)
10:50   1836   Layered Na1-xLixNi0.5Mn0.5O2 Electrodes with O3- and P2- Composite Structure for Na-Ion Batteries E. Lee, D. Kim, M. Slater, S. Rood, V. Maroni, D. Bass (Argonne National Laboratory), S. Hackney (Michigan Technological University), and C. S. Johnson (Argonne National Laboratory)
11:10 Intermission (20 Minutes)
11:30   1837   A Study of the Reactivity of De-Intercalated NaNi0.5Mn0.5O2 with Non-Aqueous Solvent and Electrolyte by Accelerating Rate Calorimetry X. Xia and J. Dahn (Dalhousie University)
11:50   1838   Cathode Properties of Disodium Rhodizonate for Sodium Secondary Battery K. Chihara, N. Chujo, A. Kitajou, E. Kobayashi, and S. Okada (Kyushu University)
12:10   1839   Electrochemical Behavior of Olivine FePO4 Cathode Material for Na-Ion Batteries P. Kubiak, M. Casas-Cabanas, V. Roddatis, J. Carretero-Gonzalez, D. Saurel, and T. Rojo (CIC Energigune)
 

Na-ion Batteries - Cathodes II

Co-Chairs: Mark Obrovac and Shinichi Komaba
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   1840   First Principles Investigations of the Electrochemical Properties of Sodium-Ion Cathode Materials A. J. Toumar, W. D. Richards, S. Kim, X. Ma, X. Li, S. Ong, and G. Ceder (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
14:20   1841   Development of High Capacity Positive Electrode Material for Sodium Ion Battery R. Kataoka, T. Mukai, K. Nakatani, A. Yoshizawa (National Institute of Advanced Industry of Science and Technology), and T. Sakai (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST))
14:40   1842   Na-Ion Intercalation Cathode with High Rate and Excellent Structural Stability D. Lee, J. Xu, and Y. Meng (University of California San Diego)
15:00   1843   Nanostructured Na-Ion Full-Cells S. Tepavcevic, H. Xiong, C. J. Johnson, and T. Rajh (Argonne National Laboratory)
15:20 Intermission (20 Minutes)
15:40   1844   Sodium Manganese Oxide Thin Film Cathodes: Characterization of a Na-Ion Intercalation Model System L. Baggetto, C. A. Bridges, R. R. Unocic (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), F. Delnick (Sandia National Laboratory), N. J. Dudney, and G. M. Veith (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
16:00   1845   Phase Change of NaFeO2 during Electrochemical Na Intercalation and Deintercalation: An In Situ X-ray Diffraction Study N. Takeichi (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), K. Kuratani (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)), M. Yao, M. Tabuchi (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), and T. Kiyobayashi (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST))
16:20   1846   Microstructure Evolution with Electrochemical Desodiation Process in NaxMnO2 X. Li, X. Ma, A. J. Toumar, S. Ong, and C. Gerbrand (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
16:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
17:00   1847   Novel Cathode Materials of Sodium-Containing Metal Phosphates as Highly Voltage Sodium-Ion Batteries M. Nose, H. Nakayama, K. Nobuhara, S. Nakanishi, and H. Iba (Toyota Motor Corporation)
17:20   1848   Structural Investigation of NaCrO2 as a Positive Electrode for Rechargeable Sodium Battery Using Molten NaFSA-KFSA C. Chen, K. Matsumoto, T. Nohira, R. Hagiwara (Kyoto University), K. Numata, E. Itani (Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd.), A. Fukunaga (Kyoto University), S. Sakai, K. Nitta, and S. Inazawa (Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd.)
 

Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 3, Level 1, Hawaii Convention Center

B11 - Poster Session

Co-Chairs: Christopher Johnson
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
o   1849   Electrochemical Properties of Sn-Based Electrodes for Na-Ion Batteries Y. Matsuura, T. Ishikawa, W. Murata, N. Yabuuchi (Tokyo University of Science), S. Kuze (Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd.), and S. Komaba (Tokyo University of Science)
o   1850   Na Insertion Mechanism in Alpha NaFeO2 as Positive Electrode Materials for Na-Ion Batteries H. Yoshida, N. Yabuuchi, and S. Komaba (Tokyo University of Science)
o   1851   Synthesis, Characterizations and Electrochemical Studies of Na2Ti6O13 for Sodium Ion Batteries N. Trinh (Université du Québec à Montréal), O. Crosnier (University of Nantes), S. Schougaard (Université du Québec à Montréal), and T. Brousse (University of Nantes)
 

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Lehua, Kalia Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

Na-ion Batteries - Anodes

Co-Chairs: Jordi Cabana and Shinichi Komaba
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   1852   High Capacity Negative Electrodes for Na-Ion Batteries: Insertion Mechanism and SEI Layer S. Komaba, T. Ishikawa, Y. Matsuura, W. Murata, N. Yabuuchi, S. Shimazu (Tokyo University of Science), J. Son, Y. Cui, H. Oji (Japan Synchrotron Radiation Research Institute), K. Gotoh (Okayama University), and K. Takeda (Kyoto University)
08:30   1853   Reversible Insertion of Sodium in Tin L. D. Ellis, T. D. Hatchard, and M. N. Obrovac (Dalhousie University)
08:50   1854   First-Principles Study on Alkali Metal-Graphite Intercalation Compounds K. Nobuhara, H. Nakayama, S. Nakanishi, and H. Iba (Toyota Motor Corporation)
09:10   1855   Electrochemical Properties of Titanium-Based Anode Materials for Rechargeable Na Ion Battery H. Nakayama, M. Nose, K. Nobuhara, S. Nakanishi, and H. Iba (Toyota Motor Corporation)
09:30 Intermission (30 Minutes)
10:00   1856   GaV4S8 : A New Class of Anode Material for Sodium-Ion Batteries C. Michelet (IMN - CNRS), O. Crosnier, T. Brousse (University of Nantes), P. Moreau, and D. Guyomard (IMN - CNRS)
10:20   1857   Electrochemical Insertion of Na Ion into Nanocarbon Materials for Sodium Ion Batteries T. Matsushita, Y. Ishii, and S. Kawasaki (Nagoya Institute of Technology)
10:40   1858   Reaction of Li and Na with Iron Oxide/ Carbon Nanotube Composite Electrode in Ionic Liquid Electrolyte M. Egashira, Y. Tsubouchi, D. Ogawa, N. Yoshimoto, and M. Morita (Yamaguchi University)
11:00   1859   Microwave Synthesized NaTi2(PO4)3 Anode Materials For Rechargeable Aqueous Electrolyte Sodium-Ion Battery W. Wu, A. Mohamed, and J. F. Whitacre (Carnegie Mellon University)
 

Na-ion Batteries - Electrode Materials and Electrolytes

Co-Chairs: Naoki Yabuuchi and Palani Balaya
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   1860   Na3V2(PO4)3/C : A Novel Porous Sodium Ion Insertion Host For Sodium Ion Battery Applications K. Saravanan, L. Bing, and P. Balaya (National University of Singapore)
14:20   1861   Quinone-Based Organic Active Materials for Use in Sodium and Magnesium Batteries M. Yao, H. Senoh, H. Sano (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), K. Kuratani, T. Kiyobayashi, and H. Sakaebe (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST))
14:40   1862   Na-Ion Capacitor Using Activated Carbon and Na Pre-Doped Hard Carbon K. Kuratani (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)), M. Yao, H. Senoh, N. Takeichi (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), T. Sakai, and T. Kiyobayashi (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST))
15:00   1863   Synthesis and Characterization of Na3+xMxZr2-xSi2PO12 for Solid State Na-Ion Battery Applications G. Hitz, K. Lee, and E. D. Wachsman (University of Maryland)
15:20   1864   Electrochemical Sodium Ion Intercalation Property of Na2.7Ru4O9 in Nonaqueous and Aqueous Electrolytes Y. Jung (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), S. Hong (Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology), and D. Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
15:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
16:00   1865   Charge and Discharge Properties of Sodium Secondary Batteries Using Molten NaFSA-KFSA A. Fukunaga, T. Yamamoto, T. Nohira, R. Hagiwara (Kyoto University), K. Numata, E. Itani, S. Sakai, K. Nitta, and S. Inazawa (Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd.)
16:20   1866   New Sodium Imidazolium Salts for Battery Electrolytes A. Plewa-Marczewska, T. Trzeciak, L. Niedzicki (Warsaw University of Technology), J. S. Syzdek (Lawerence Berkeley National Laboratory), E. Sasim, M. Dranka, G. Z. Zukowska, M. Marcinek, and W. Wieczorek (Warsaw University of Technology)
16:40   1867   Conductivity and Viscosity of Perchlorate Salts Dissolved in Nonaqueous Solvents N. Uemura (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), K. Kuratani, T. Kiyobayashi (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)), and H. T. Takeshita (Kansai University)
17:00   1868   Low-Temperature, Low-Cost Liquid Metal Batteries B. L. Spatocco, P. J. Burke, and D. R. Sadoway (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
17:20   1869   In Situ Measurements to Extract Potential, Local Current and Charging Current Distributions in the Electric and Electrolyte Phases of an EDL Capacitance Electrode K. C. Hess, J. F. Whitacre, and S. Litster (Carnegie Mellon University)
17:40   1870   Advanced Electrochemical Energy Storage Development at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory for Renewable Integration and Smart Grid Applications V. Sprenkle, S. Kim, W. Wang, G. Xia, J. Kim, and D. Choi (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)
 

Friday, October 12, 2012

High Temperature Sodium Batteries

Co-Chairs: David Hall and Jeffrey Fergus
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   1871   The Effect of Discharge Duration Distribution on Sodium Metal Halide Battery Cycle Life for Uninterruptible Power Supplies D. B. Hall (GE Global Research)
08:30   1872   Solid Electrolytes for Sodium Batteries J. W. Fergus (Auburn University)
09:00   1873   Novel Sodium-Zinc Chloride Battery X. Lu, G. Li, J. Kim, J. Lemmon, V. Sprenkle, and Z. Yang (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)
09:20   1874   Development of Sodium-Metal Halide Batteries for Energy Storage G. G. Tao, N. Weber (Materials and Systems Research Inc.), and A. V. Virkar (The University of Utah)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   1875   Molten Sodium Battery with NaSICON Ceramic Membrane A. Eccleston, M. Robins (Ceramatec, Inc.), S. V. Bhavaraju (Ceramatec Inc.), Y. Kim, W. Koh, J. Chae, and J. Kim (SK Innovation)
10:20   1876   Effects of Nickel Content and Operating Conditions on Cathode Degradation of Sodium-Nickel Chloride (Zebra) Battery G. Li, X. Lu, J. Kim, and V. Sprenkle (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)
10:40   1877   Development of a Brass Supported Zinc-Chloride Sodium Cell D. C. Bogdan Jr. (General Electric Company), M. Vallance, K. Gourishankar, H. Seshadri, G. Sundararajan, and A. Viswanathan (GE Global Research)
11:00   1878   Influence of Sulfur Concentration on Low Temperature Operation of the Cell Na/β"-Alumina/S(IV) in AlCl3-NaCl Melt T. J. Dunstan (Electrochemical Systems Inc.) and J. Caja (Electrochemical Systems, Inc.)