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Preparation and characterization of acid‐treated multiwalled carbon nanotubes interlinked nickel vanadate microcomposites for lithium‐ion batteries

For high-u2010genu2010ion batteries, Vanadium-u2010ion batteries have a crystalline layer structure and a high kinetics. Hydrothermal method is one of the most popular methods for obtaining pure phase and unique growth under various temperature and pressure conditions. To produce the acid-u2010 treated multiwalled carbon nanotubes decorated on Ni3V2O8 microspheres, a simple one-u2010pot hydrothermal process is used herein. When used as a negative electrode, the synthesized AMWCNTs interlinked NVO MS composite electrode delievers significantly raised Liu2010ion storage capacities. The NVO@AMWCNTS MS composite electrode, which has a specific capacity of 609. 6 mA h gu22121 at 1000 mA gu22121, exhibits exceptional cycling performance at a 121. 01121. NVO@AMWCNTs MS composite material's porous structure and high surface area allow more voids to adjust the charge voids to adjust the massive amount of Li+ ions in the charge u2010discharge process.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/er.8677

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