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Multifunctional TiO2 -based particles : the effect of fluorination degree and liquid surface tension on wetting behavior
A systematic investigation into the influence of the degree of fluorination on the static and dynamic wetting behavior of TiO2-based nanobelt (TNB) particles with various liquids is described. The effect of the degree of ...
Mechanical force-driven growth of elongated bending TiO 2 -based nanotubular materials for ultrafast rechargeable lithium ion batteries
A stirring hydrothermal process that enables the formation of elongated bending TiO2–based nanotubes is presented. By making use of its bending nature, the elongated TiO2(B) nanotubular cross-linked network anode electrode ...
Unravelling the correlation between the aspect ratio of nanotubular structures and their electrochemical performance to achieve high-rate and long-life lithium-ion batteries
The fundamental understanding of the relationship between the nanostructure of an electrode and its electrochemical performance is crucial for achieving high-performance lithium-ion batteries (LIBs). In this work, the ...