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New Paper Published in MRS Communications

Anode performance of hydrothermally grown carbon nanostructures and their molybdenum chalcogenides for Li-ion batteries

Hamza Simsir, Nurettin Eltugral, Robert Frohnhoven, Tim Ludwig, Yakup Gönüllü, Selhan Karagoz, Sanjay Mathur

Abstract

Three different hydrothermally grown carbonaceous materials and their molybdenum chalcogenides derived from glucose (HTC, HTC–MoO2, HTC–MoS2) were investigated to evaluate their potential as Li-ion battery anodes. All tested materials exhibited good cycling performance at a current density of 100 mA/g and showed high coulombic efficiency, >98%, after the 50th cycle. Reversible charge capacities of HTC, HTC–MoO2, and HTC–MoS2 were 296, 266, and 484 mAh/g, respectively, after 50 successive cycles. This study demonstrated that the HTC–MoS2 showed the highest reversible charge capacity which promises to be a good candidate for an environmentally friendly anode material for Li-ion batteries.

 

MRS Commun. (2018).

 

https://doi.org/10.1557/mrc.2018.71

 

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