Sodium-Ion Storage in Pyroprotein-Based Carbon Nanoplates

Title
Sodium-Ion Storage in Pyroprotein-Based Carbon Nanoplates
Authors
Young Soo YunKyu-Young ParkByoungju LeeSe Youn ChoYoung-Uk ParkSung Ju HongByung Hoon KimHyeokjo GwonHaegyeom Kim이성호Yung Woo ParkHyoung-Joon JinKisuk Kang
Keywords
carbon nanoplates; sodium ion
Issue Date
2015-11
Publisher
Advanced materials
Citation
VOL 27, 6914-6921
Abstract
Pyroprotein-based carbon nanoplates are fabricated from self-assembled silk proteins as a versatile platform to examine sodium-ion storage characteristics in various carbon environments. It is found that, depending on the local carbon structure, sodium ions are stored via chemi-/physisorption, insertion, or nanoclustering of metallic sodium.
URI
http://pubs.kist.re.kr/handle/201004/51080
ISSN
09359648
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