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Energy Storage: Superior Potassium Ion Storage via Vertical MoS2 “Nano-Rose” with Expanded Interlayers on Graphene (Small 42/2017)

Energy Storage: Superior Potassium Ion Storage via Vertical MoS2 “Nano-Rose” with Expanded Interlayers on Graphene (Small 42/2017)
Keyu Xie, Chao Shen, Chenglu Liang, Pulickel Ajayan, Wei Lu, Xin Li, Robert Vajtai, Kai Yuan, Bingqing Wei
In article number 1701471, Keyu Xie, Bingqing Wei, and co-workers synthesize molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) “roses” grown on reduced graphene oxide sheets (rGO) with a unique nano-architecture. It displays one of the best electrochemical performances to date as an anode material for nonaqueous K–ion batteries (KIBs), and a combined K+ storage mechanism of intercalation and conversion reaction is revealed. Important insights and understanding of advanced KIBs are provided, opening new opportunities for developing less-expensive and more efficient next-generation electrochemical energy storage devices.

Publisher URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/doi

DOI: 10.1002/smll.201770226

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