SnO2 decorated graphene nanocomposite anode materials prepared via an up-scalable wet-mechanochemical process for sodium ion batteries
Li, Sheng, Wang, Yazhou, Qiu, Jingxia, Ling, Min, Wang, Haihui, Martens, Wayde, & Zhang, Edward Shanqing (2014) SnO2 decorated graphene nanocomposite anode materials prepared via an up-scalable wet-mechanochemical process for sodium ion batteries. RSC Advances, 4(91), pp. 50148-50152.
A facile and up-scalable wet-mechanochemical process is designed for fabricating ultra-fine SnO2 nanoparticles anchored on graphene networks for use as anode materials for sodium ion batteries. A hierarchical structure of the SnO2@graphene composite is obtained from the process. The resultant rechargeable SIBs achieved high rate capability and good cycling stability.
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|Divisions:||Current > Schools > School of Chemistry, Physics & Mechanical Engineering
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