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Reducing the shuttle effect with the interactions of polar TiN and non-polar graphene for lithium-sulfur batteries
Xiao, Ru; Chen, Ke; Zhang, Xiaoyin; Hu, Guangjian; Xie, Jingxin; Rong, Junfeng; Sun, Zhenhua; Li, Feng
2020-03-07
Source PublicationCRYSTENGCOMM
Volume22Issue:9Pages:1555-1559
AbstractChemical anchoring and facilitated transformation of polysulfides by polar titanium nitride nanoparticles and uniform distribution of sulfur by non-polar graphene showed efficient cooperative interactions for lithium-sulfur batteries, which contributed to the enhanced electrochemical performance of a high initial discharge capacity of 1412 mA h g(-1) (0.2 C) and long-term cyclability.
DOI10.1039/c9ce01469a
WOS IDWOS:000526761000006
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.imr.ac.cn/handle/321006/83053
Collection中国科学院金属研究所
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Xiao, Ru,Chen, Ke,Zhang, Xiaoyin,et al. Reducing the shuttle effect with the interactions of polar TiN and non-polar graphene for lithium-sulfur batteries[J]. CRYSTENGCOMM,2020,22(9):1555-1559.
APA Xiao, Ru.,Chen, Ke.,Zhang, Xiaoyin.,Hu, Guangjian.,Xie, Jingxin.,...&Li, Feng.(2020).Reducing the shuttle effect with the interactions of polar TiN and non-polar graphene for lithium-sulfur batteries.CRYSTENGCOMM,22(9),1555-1559.
MLA Xiao, Ru,et al."Reducing the shuttle effect with the interactions of polar TiN and non-polar graphene for lithium-sulfur batteries".CRYSTENGCOMM 22.9(2020):1555-1559.
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