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Synthesis of porous amorphous FePO4 nanotubes and their lithium storage properties
Holey pipes: An oil-phase chemical route was used to prepare porous amorphous a-FePO4 nanotubes. In the etching process, Fe2O3 reacted with weak acid, resulting in nanotubes with a pore size of 2–10 nm. The porous nanotubes ...
Synthesis of porous, hollow metal MCO3 (M=Mn, Co, Ca) microstructures and adsorption properties thereof
Porous, hollow metal carbonate microstructures show many unique properties, and are attractive for various applications. Herein, we report the first demonstration of a general strategy to synthesize hollow metal carbonate ...
Synthesis of CuxS/Cu nanotubes and their lithium storage properties
Novel CuxS/Cu (1 < x <2) nanotubes were prepared by a facile wet chemical approach in polyethylene glycol (PEG). Here, Cu nanowires were presynthesized and then converted to nanotubes via a mass diffusion process. A thin ...
Controlled synthesis of double-wall a-FePO4 nanotubes and their LIB cathode properties
Double-wall amorphous FePO4 nanotubes are prepared by an oil-phase chemical route. The inward diffusion of vacancies and outward diffusion of ions through passivation layers result in double-wall nanotubes with thin walls. ...