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Engineering nonspherical hollow structures with complex interiors by template-engaged redox etching
Despite the significant advancement in making hollow structures, one unsolved challenge in the field is how to engineer hollow structures with specific shapes, tunable compositions, and desirable interior structures. In ...
Green synthesis of NiO nanobelts with exceptional pseudo-capacitive properties
NiO nanobelts are prepared by a simple, green method. The as-prepared NiO nanobelts have supercapacitive performance that is superior to other NiO-based electrode materials, with a very high specific capacitance of ≈600 F ...
α-Fe2O3-mediated growth and carbon nanocoating of ultrafine SnO2 nanorods as anode materials for Li-ion batteries
Bulk synthesis of SnO2 nanorods under acidic conditions has rarely been reported. In this work, ultrafine SnO2 nanorods with a diameter of less than 10 nm and a length of 50–100 nm have been synthesized by an interesting ...
Fast synthesis of α-MoO3 nanorods with controlled aspect ratios and their enhanced lithium storage capabilities
Uniform α-MoO3 nanorods are synthesized with controlled aspect ratios through a fast hydrothermal route. The control over the aspect ratio of these as-prepared nanorods is realized by applying different reaction times of ...
Ultralong α-MoO3 nanobelts : synthesis and effect of binder choice on their lithium storage properties
Ultralong α-MoO3 nanobelts with an average length of 200–300 μm and uniform width of around 0.6–1.5 μm have been synthesized by a facile hydrothermal method using a molybdenum organic salt precursor. When evaluated for ...
Controlled growth of NiMoO4 nanosheet and nanorod arrays on various conductive substrates as advanced electrodes for asymmetric supercapacitors
Hierarchical NiMoO4 architectures assembled from well-aligned uniform nanosheets or nanorods are successfully grown on various conductive substrates using a facile and effective general approach. Importantly, the nanostructures ...