Self-Assembled Germanium/Carbon Nanostructures as High-Power Anode Material for the Lithium-Ion Battery
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- Self-Assembled Germanium/Carbon Nanostructures as High-Power Anode Material for the Lithium-Ion Battery
- Seng, Kuok Hau; Park, Mi-Hee; Guo, Zai Ping; Liu, Hua Kun; Cho, Jaephil
- Anode material; Capacity retention; Charge capacities; High-power; High-rate performance; Lithium-ion battery; Self-assembled; Self-assembly method
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- WILEY-V C H VERLAG GMBH
- ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE-INTERNATIONAL EDITION, v.51, no.23, pp.5657 - 5661
- Simple and powerful: Two germanium/carbon nanostructures were synthesized through a facile self-assembly method. Controlling the size of the precursor germanium nanoparticles produces cluster and non-clustered nanostructures. The cluster-Ge/C sample showed better capacity retention and an exceptionally high rate performance (see picture; Q=charge capacity and V=voltage).
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