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SnO2-based nanomaterials : synthesis and application in lithium-ion batteries
The development of new electrode materials for lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) has always been a focal area of materials science, as the current technology may not be able to meet the high energy demands for electronic devices ...
Controlled synthesis of Sb nanostructures and their conversion to CoSb3 nanoparticle chains for li-ion battery electrodes
Nanostructured Sb was prepared through a simple polyol process. Either Sb nanoparticles (Sb NP) or nanowires (Sb NW) were obtained by adjusting the concentration of surfactant. Electrochemical analyses revealed that the ...
Self-supported interconnected Pt nanoassemblies as highly stable electrocatalysts for low-temperature fuel cells
In it for the long haul: Clusters of Pt nanowires (3D Pt nanoassemblies, Pt NA) serve as an electrocatalyst for low-temperature fuel cells. These Pt nanoassemblies exhibit remarkably high stability following thousands of ...
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 ...
Construction of hierarchical Co–Fe oxyphosphide microtubes for electrocatalytic overall water splitting
Development of efficient electrocatalysts is a crucial requirement to build water splitting systems for the production of clean and sustainable fuels. This goal could be achieved by fine‐tuning the composition and structure ...