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A tin(iv) oxides/carbon nanotubes composite with core-tubule structure as an anode material for high electrochemistry performance LIBs
- Ji, Yu, Li, Li, Zhenyu, Yang, Jianxin, Cai
- RSC advances 2018 v.8 no.24 pp. 13186-13190
- anodes, carbon nanotubes, electrochemistry, electron transfer, lithium, particle size, tin dioxide
- SnO₂/CNTs composites with core-tubule structure are prepared by a facile wet chemical method. The investigation of electrochemical characteristics of the SnO₂/CNTs composites shows that the composites exhibit some advantages, such as stable core-tubule structure, small particle size of SnO₂, low electron-transfer resistance and faster lithium ion migration speed. The final product synthesized under optimized conditions can release a stable capacity of about 743 mA h g⁻¹ after 100 cycles at the current density of 0.4 A g⁻¹, 598 mA h g⁻¹ after 500 cycles at the current density of 4 A g⁻¹. Even at a super high current density of 8 A g⁻¹, the composite can still deliver a steady capacity of 457 mA h g⁻¹, and the discharge capacity can be restored to 998 mA h g⁻¹ when current density is decreased to 0.4 A g⁻¹.