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SnS nanoparticles electrostatically anchored on three-dimensional N-doped graphene as an active and durable anode for sodium-ion batteries

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Abstract

SnS nanoparticles (SnS NPs) electrostatically anchored on a 3D N-doped graphene (3DNG) network exhibit the best cycling performance reported so far for SnS-based anodes. The stronger affinity of 3DNG to SnS NPs and to the discharge product compared to pure graphene is the fundamental reason for achieving a stable electrode architecture during cycling.

Graphical abstract: SnS nanoparticles electrostatically anchored on three-dimensional N-doped graphene as an active and durable anode for sodium-ion batteries

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Submitted
12 Jun 2017
Accepted
24 Jul 2017
First published
24 Jul 2017

Energy Environ. Sci., 2017,10, 1757-1763
Article type
Communication

SnS nanoparticles electrostatically anchored on three-dimensional N-doped graphene as an active and durable anode for sodium-ion batteries

X. Xiong, C. Yang, G. Wang, Y. Lin, X. Ou, J. Wang, B. Zhao, M. Liu, Z. Lin and K. Huang, Energy Environ. Sci., 2017, 10, 1757
DOI: 10.1039/C7EE01628J

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