F. Sobhani Bazghale a, S. Laleh a, M. Gilak Qareh Tapeh a, F. Rahimi a, S. Akbari a,b,c
a NanoSciTec GmbH, Hermann Weinhauser str. 67, Munich, 81867, Germany
b Green International World Ltd, 128 City Road, London, United Kingdom
c BioMedEx GmbH, weyringerg 37 Stiege 1, 1040, Wein, Austria
Li-Se batteries are a new generation of batteries with noticeable benefits over the other Li-based counterparts, especially Li-S batteries owing to Se’s greater melting point and better electrical conductivity compared to S, resulting in a battery that is safer at high temperatures. As a result, Li-Se batteries perform better electrochemically and have a substantially higher conductivity. Although selenium has certain issues with sulfur, such as the shuttle effect, which reduces battery efficiency, many researchers have concentrated on Li-Se batteries because of the potential they provide, such as improved performance in common carbonate-based electrolytes. After the rise of Li-Se batteries in the last 10 years, many researchers focused on improving Li-Se batteries in different parts, such as electrode active materials, electrolytes, separators, and binders. In this paper, we review the recent investigations on Li–Se batteries.
Keywords: Lithium-selenium batteries, Energy conversion, Electrochemical properties, Various battery components
© Article info: Accepted by: 22 March 2023, Published by: 5 April 2023.