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Discharge properties of Mg2Ni–Ni alloy synthesized by mechanical alloying

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The electrochemical characteristics of Mg2Ni–Ni alloys prepared by mechanical alloying (MA) using a planetary ball mill were investigated. The discharge capacity depends on the molar ratio in Ni and Mg2Ni, and it has a maximum value of about 480 mAh/g at the equimolar ratio of Ni/Mg2Ni. This discharge capacity (480 mAh/g) is about 74% of the theoretical one. The discharge capacity is reduced to about half within five cycles. Thus, the cycle time would be improved by inhibiting the oxidation of Mg2Ni.

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2017-12-14

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