Series Vol. 23 , 07 November 2023
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With the rapid development of new energy battery field, the repeated charge and discharge capacity and electric energy storage of battery are the key directions of research. Therefore, the selection standards of electrode materials and electrolyte are continuously improved, ordinary battery materials can no longer meet the needs of development. As a new type of material, nanomaterials have been widely used in many industries due to their special structure and properties. Similarly, nanomaterials also provide new possibilities for the development of new energy batteries. This paper mainly explores the different applications of nanomaterials in new energy batteries, focusing on the basic structural properties and preparation methods of nanomaterials, as well as the applications of different nanomaterials in the positive and negative materials of new energy batteries, and forecasts the future development direction of this industry. This paper is expected to provide ideas for the research of nanomaterials and new energy batteries, and promote the national research on new batteries.
nanomaterial material, preparation, new energy battery, lithium-ion battery
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