Synthesis and Characterization of Self-Supported MWCNT/SnS2 Nanosheets Electrodes for High-Power Lithium Ion Battery
- Synthesis and Characterization of Self-Supported MWCNT/SnS2 Nanosheets Electrodes for High-Power Lithium Ion Battery
- 강진구; 김동완; 박재관
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- The 10th Spring Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry
- In the last decade, the development of high-power lithium ion batteries has attracted great attention in the global society in which mobile electronic devices, electric automotive design, and ubiquitous networks are becoming essential parts of human lives. In this presentation, we report on the synthesis of self-supported multi-walled carbon nanotubes/tin(IV) disulfide nanosheets (MWCNT/SnS2 NS) electrodes exhibiting superior rate capabilities of 480 and 420 mAh/g even at the very high c-rates of 5C and 10C (charging in 6 min), respectively. Such high performances were deal with by concentrating on the roles of the self-supported MWCNT electrodes. We also have delicately studied in-plane and plane-normal growth mechanisms of SnS2 NS from the perspective of crystallography.
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