Rechargeable aluminum batteries (RABs) have been regarded as a choice for large-scale energy storage systems. Zinc-manganese bimetallic selenide (ZnMn-Se), a two-phase compound, is synthesized with larger surface area, more stable structure, and higher electronic conductivity than one-phase ZnSe and MnSe. The RABs with the ZnMn-Se cathode show superior reversible capacity and excellent rate capability.
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