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Ramireddy, T., Xing, T., Rahman, M. M., Chen, Y., Dutercq, Q., Gunzelmann, D. & Glushenkov, A. M. (2015) Phosphorus-carbon nanocomposite anodes for lithium-ion and sodium-ion batteries. J. Mater. Chem. A, 3 5572–5584. 
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Type de référence: Article
DOI: 10.1039/c4ta06186a
Numéro d'identification (ISBN etc.): 2050-7488
Clé BibTeX: Ramireddy2015
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Catégories: HORSIMN
Mots-clés: amorphous phosphorus, black phosphorus, composite, electrochemical activity, graphite, high-capacity, mechanism, performance, raman-spectroscopy, red
Créateurs: Chen, Dutercq, Glushenkov, Gunzelmann, Rahman, Ramireddy, Xing
Collection: J. Mater. Chem. A
Consultations : 9/497
Indice de consultation : 3%
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Résumé     
With the expected theoretical capacity of 2596 mA h g(-1), phosphorus is considered to be the highest capacity anode material for sodium-ion batteries and one of the most attractive anode materials for lithium-ion systems. This work presents a comprehensive study of phosphorus-carbon nanocomposite anodes for both lithium-ion and sodium-ion batteries. The composite electrodes are able to display high initial capacities of approximately 1700 and 1300 mA h g(-1) in lithium and sodium half-cells, respectively, when the cells are tested within a larger potential windows of 2.0-0.01 V vs. Li/Li+ and Na/Na+. The level of demonstrated capacity is underpinned by the storage mechanism, based on the transformation of phosphorus to Li3P phase for lithium cells and an incomplete transformation to Na3P phase for sodium cells. The capacity deteriorates upon cycling, which is shown to originate from disintegration of electrodes and their delamination from current collectors by post-cycling ex situ electron microscopy. Stable cyclic performance at the level of similar to 700 and similar to 350-400 mA h g(-1) can be achieved if the potential windows are restricted to 2.0-0.67 V vs. Li/Li+ for lithium and 2-0.33 vs. Na/Na+ for sodium half-cells. The results are critically discussed in light of existing literature reports.
  
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