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Publication Type : Journal Article
Thematic Areas : Nanosciences and Molecular Medicine
Publisher : Electrochemistry Communications
Source : Electrochemistry Communications, Volume 19, p.9 - 12 (2012)
Keywords : Blending
Campus : Kochi
School : Center for Nanosciences
Center : Nanosciences
Department : Nanosciences and Molecular Medicine
Year : 2012
Abstract : A TiP2O7/Li2.6Co0.4N composite anode electrode is prepared to reduce the initial high irreversible capacity of TiP2O7 and Li2.6Co0.4N, which hinders their potential application in lithium-ion batteries. The new composite electrode not only eliminates the initial irreversibility, but also provides reversible capacities. Moreover, this new composite electrode presents initial discharge and charge capacities of 652.57 mAh/g and 647.54 mAh/g, respectively, with a capacity retention of 98% after 20 cycles.
Cite this Research Publication : A. Kumar Rai, Jinsub, L., Vinod, M., Jihyeon, G., Jungwon, K., Baboo, J. Paul, Donghan, K., Seungho, A., Saheum, K., Kyunyoung, A., and Jaekook, K., “Highly reversible capacity nanocomposite anode for secondary lithium-ion batteries”, Electrochemistry Communications, vol. 19, pp. 9 - 12, 2012.