Long-term, high-rate lithium storage capabilities of TiO2 nanostructured electrodes using 3D self-supported indium tin oxide conducting nanowire arrays
- Long-term, high-rate lithium storage capabilities of TiO2 nanostructured electrodes using 3D self-supported indium tin oxide conducting nanowire arrays
- 박경수; 강진구; 최영진; Sungjun Lee; Dond-Wan Kim; 박재관
- lithium ion batteries; nanoarchitectured electrodes; TiO2 nanoparticles; ITO nanowires
- Issue Date
- Energy & environmental science
- VOL 4, NO 5, 1796-1801
- Core/shell, indium tin oxide (ITO)/TiO2 hybrid nanostructured electrodes for high-power lithium ion
rechargeable batteries have been synthesized via a thermal evaporation method followed by pulsed laser
deposition (PLD). Lithium-active TiO2 nanoparticles were uniformly assembled onto highconductivity
ITO nanowire arrays that were directly grown on metallic current collectors. This
configuration resulted in superior rate capabilities and long-term cycle life. Such high electrochemical
performances result from the unique 3 dimensional (3D) geometrical features of nanoarchitectured
electrodes, which enable efficient electronic pathways upon prolonged cycling.
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