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Sodium-Ion Batteries: Ultrafine MoO2-Carbon Microstructures Enable Ultralong-Life Power-Type Sodium Ion Storage by Enhanced Pseudocapacitance (Adv. Energy Mater. 15/2017)

Sodium-Ion Batteries: Ultrafine MoO2-Carbon Microstructures Enable Ultralong-Life Power-Type Sodium Ion Storage by Enhanced Pseudocapacitance (Adv. Energy Mater. 15/2017)
Juan Yang, Mengdi Zhang, Xueliang Sun, Changtai Zhao, Zhibin Liu, Huawei Huang, Chang Yu, Xiaotong Han, Shaofeng Li, Jianneng Liang, Jieshan Qiu, Wei Xiao
High-rate and long-life sodium storage is achieved by using the nanorod-shaped core-shell architecture functionalized with the ultrafine MoO2 nanoparticles embedded in carbon matrix. As reported by Chang Yu, Xueliang Sun, Jieshan Qiu, and co-workers in article number 1602880, the ultra-long cycle life up to 10000 cycles and ultra-high rate capability of ≈13.7 s for full charge is due to the enhanced pseudocapacitance behavior.

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

DOI: 10.1002/aenm.201770081

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