Hollow nanostructure of sea-sponge-C/SiC@SiC/C for stable Li+-storage capability

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Hollow nanostructure of sea-sponge-C/SiC@SiC/C for stable Li+-storage capability. / Li, Weina; Li, Jiaqi; Wen, Jiahao; Wen, Ming; Chen, Shipei; Wu, Qingsheng; Fu, Yongqing.

In: Science Bulletin, Vol. 64, No. 16, 30.08.2019, p. 1152-1157.

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Li, Weina ; Li, Jiaqi ; Wen, Jiahao ; Wen, Ming ; Chen, Shipei ; Wu, Qingsheng ; Fu, Yongqing. / Hollow nanostructure of sea-sponge-C/SiC@SiC/C for stable Li+-storage capability. In: Science Bulletin. 2019 ; Vol. 64, No. 16. pp. 1152-1157.

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title = "Hollow nanostructure of sea-sponge-C/SiC@SiC/C for stable Li+-storage capability",
abstract = "For the purpose of stable performance in energy storage systems, a new hollow nanostructure of sea-sponge-C/SiC@SiC/C (SCS/SiC@SiC/C) has been successfully fabricated by the SCS/SiC nanospheres coated with SiC/C shells through an in situ reduction process. Based on SCSs and the carbon shells, the stable hollow structures of SCS/SiC@SiC/C can contain large proportion of active SiC layers, which are adhered to both SCSs and the inner surfaces of carbon shells. Such nanostructured anode enables an excellent cycling stability with a capacity of 612 mAh g-1 at a current density of 0.5 A/g after 1,800 cycles, achieving an excellent stable Li+-storage capability.",
keywords = "SiC, Lithium ion batteries, Cycling stability, Sea-sponge-C/SiC@SiC/C",
author = "Weina Li and Jiaqi Li and Jiahao Wen and Ming Wen and Shipei Chen and Qingsheng Wu and Yongqing Fu",
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AU - Li, Weina

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AU - Wen, Ming

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AU - Wu, Qingsheng

AU - Fu, Yongqing

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