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Three-dimensional tin dioxide–graphene composite nanofiber membrane as binder-free anode for high-performance lithium-ion batteries

Commercialization of tin dioxide-based anodes for lithium-ion batteries has still not been achieved mainly due to the poor cycling performance caused by the huge volume changes of the electrodes. We herein synthesized a three-dimensional tin dioxide–graphene composite nanofiber (3D SnO 2 /GNF) membr... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of Materials Science 2017, Vol.52(13), pp.8097-8106
Main Author: Wu, Yuling
Other Authors: Chen, Yanli , Lin, Jie , Chu, Ruixia , Zheng, Jian , Wu, Changqing , Guo, Hang
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ID: ISSN: 0022-2461 ; E-ISSN: 1573-4803 ; DOI: 10.1007/s10853-017-1017-6
Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10853-017-1017-6
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title: Three-dimensional tin dioxide–graphene composite nanofiber membrane as binder-free anode for high-performance lithium-ion batteries
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  • Wu, Yuling
  • Chen, Yanli
  • Lin, Jie
  • Chu, Ruixia
  • Zheng, Jian
  • Wu, Changqing
  • Guo, Hang
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  • Graphene Oxide
  • SnO2
  • PVAc
  • Copper Foil
  • Reversible Capacity
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description: Commercialization of tin dioxide-based anodes for lithium-ion batteries has still not been achieved mainly due to the poor cycling performance caused by the huge volume changes of the electrodes. We herein synthesized a three-dimensional tin dioxide–graphene composite nanofiber (3D SnO 2 /GNF) membrane via a hydrothermal and electrospinning method assisted by a subsequent calcination process. In this cross-linked three-dimensional network, SnO 2 particles are loaded on the graphene crystal structure uniformly, with the aggregation and volume expansion partially inhibited. As a free-standing 3D network, the resultant nanofiber membrane could be used as the anode directly without the addition of the binder and conductive agent. Serving as a binder-free anode material for LIBs, the SnO 2 /GNF anode exhibits good electrochemical performance with high reversible capacity and excellent cycling stability. More specifically, a high capacity of 763.9 mAh g −1 was obtained at a current density of 100 mA g −1 after 300 cycles. The extraordinary performance could be ascribed to the positive synergistic effect of the nanosized SnO 2 particles and graphene.
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abstractCommercialization of tin dioxide-based anodes for lithium-ion batteries has still not been achieved mainly due to the poor cycling performance caused by the huge volume changes of the electrodes. We herein synthesized a three-dimensional tin dioxide–graphene composite nanofiber (3D SnO 2 /GNF) membrane via a hydrothermal and electrospinning method assisted by a subsequent calcination process. In this cross-linked three-dimensional network, SnO 2 particles are loaded on the graphene crystal structure uniformly, with the aggregation and volume expansion partially inhibited. As a free-standing 3D network, the resultant nanofiber membrane could be used as the anode directly without the addition of the binder and conductive agent. Serving as a binder-free anode material for LIBs, the SnO 2 /GNF anode exhibits good electrochemical performance with high reversible capacity and excellent cycling stability. More specifically, a high capacity of 763.9 mAh g −1 was obtained at a current density of 100 mA g −1 after 300 cycles. The extraordinary performance could be ascribed to the positive synergistic effect of the nanosized SnO 2 particles and graphene.
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