Original paper

Insights into the Na + Storage Mechanism of Phosphorus‐Functionalized Hard Carbon as Ultrahigh Capacity Anodes

Volume: 8, Issue: 18
Published: Mar 6, 2018
Abstract
Hard carbon as a typical anode material for sodium ion batteries has received much attention in terms of its low cost and renewability. Herein, phosphorus‐functionalized hard carbon with a specific “honeycomb briquette” shaped morphology is synthesized via electrospinning technology. When applied as an anode material for Na + storage, it exhibits an impressively high reversible capacity of 393.4 mA h g −1 with the capacity retention up to 98.2%...
Paper Details
Title
Insights into the Na + Storage Mechanism of Phosphorus‐Functionalized Hard Carbon as Ultrahigh Capacity Anodes
Published Date
Mar 6, 2018
Volume
8
Issue
18
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