【摘要】：Aqueous zinc ion batteries show prospects for next-generation renewable energy storage devices. However, the practical applications have been limited by the issues derived from Zn anode. As one of serious problems, Zn dendrite growth caused from the uncontrollable Zn deposition is unfavorable. Herein,with the aim to regulate Zn deposition, an artificial solid–electrolyte interface is subtly engineered with a perovskite type material, BaTiO_3, which can be polarized, and its polarization could be switched under the external electric field. Resulting from the aligned dipole in BaTiO_3 layer, zinc ions could move in order during cycling process. Regulated Zn migration at the anode/electrolyte interface contributes to the even Zn stripping/plating and confined Zn dendrite growth. As a result, the reversible Zn plating/stripping processes for over 2000 hhave been achieved at 1 mA cm~(-2) with capacity of 1 mAh cm~(-2). Furthermore, this anode endowing the electric dipoles shows enhanced cycling stability for aqueous Zn-MnO_2 batteries. The battery can deliver nearly 100% Coulombic e ciency at 2 A g~(-1) after 300 cycles.