Sodium Vanadium Phosphate is a chemical compound composed of sodium (Na), vanadium (V), and phosphate (PO4) ions, having the chemical formula Na3V2(PO4)3. It is a compound of interest in the field of energy storage, particularly in the development of sodium-ion batteries. It can be used as cathode material in these batteries due to its ability to reversibly store and release sodium ions during charge and discharge cycles.
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In a sodium-ion battery, sodium vanadium phosphate (Na3V2(PO4)3) operates by absorbing sodium ions during charging, storing electrical energy. When discharging, it releases these sodium ions while changing the oxidation state of vanadium ions (V5+), thereby delivering the stored electrical energy. This process of sodium ion insertion and release within the cathode enables the battery to function.
Sodium vanadium phosphate (Na3V2(PO4)3) has several potential and realized uses, including: