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Carbon‐Encapsulated Pyrite as Stable and Earth‐Abundant High Energy Cathode Material for Rechargeable Lithium Batteries

consisting of porous pyrite nano‐octahedra encapsulated by uniform carbon nanocages exhibit very high energy density, superior rate capability (reversible capabilities of 439, 340, and 256 mA h g at 1C, 2.5C, and 5C, respectively) and stable cycling performance (ca. 10% capacity loss after 50 cycles... Full description

Journal Title: Advanced Materials September 2014, Vol.26(34), pp.6025-6030
Main Author: Liu, Jun
Other Authors: Wen, Yuren , Wang, Yi , Van Aken, Peter A. , Maier, Joachim , Yu, Yan
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ID: ISSN: 0935-9648 ; E-ISSN: 1521-4095 ; DOI: 10.1002/adma.201401496
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title: Carbon‐Encapsulated Pyrite as Stable and Earth‐Abundant High Energy Cathode Material for Rechargeable Lithium Batteries
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  • Liu, Jun
  • Wen, Yuren
  • Wang, Yi
  • Van Aken, Peter A.
  • Maier, Joachim
  • Yu, Yan
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  • Li‐Ion Batteries
  • Cathode
  • Carbon‐Encapsulation
  • High‐Energy Conversion
  • Nanocages
ispartof: Advanced Materials, September 2014, Vol.26(34), pp.6025-6030
description: consisting of porous pyrite nano‐octahedra encapsulated by uniform carbon nanocages exhibit very high energy density, superior rate capability (reversible capabilities of 439, 340, and 256 mA h g at 1C, 2.5C, and 5C, respectively) and stable cycling performance (ca. 10% capacity loss after 50 cycles at 0.5C with a capacity retention of 495 mA h g).
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abstractconsisting of porous pyrite nano‐octahedra encapsulated by uniform carbon nanocages exhibit very high energy density, superior rate capability (reversible capabilities of 439, 340, and 256 mA h g at 1C, 2.5C, and 5C, respectively) and stable cycling performance (ca. 10% capacity loss after 50 cycles at 0.5C with a capacity retention of 495 mA h g).
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