The Co-B Amorphous Alloy: A High Capacity Anode Material for an Alkaline Rechargeable Battery
AbstractThe Co-B amorphous alloys were prepared via a chemical reduction method by sodium borohydride, using three different cobalt salts (CoCl2·6H2O, CoSO4·7H2O, and Co(NO3)2·6H2O) as sources of cobalt. As anode materials in alkaline rechargeable batteries, the Co-B alloy prepared from CoCl2·6H2O has a maximum specific discharge capacity of 844.6 mAh/g, and 306.4 mAh/g is retained even after 100 cycles at a discharge current of 100 mA/g. When Co(NO3)2·6H2O is used as a raw material, the formation of Co3(BO3)2 worsens the electrochemical properties of the sample, i.e., a maximum capacity of only 367.0 mAh/g. View Full-Text
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Qiu, S.; Huang, J.; Chu, H.; Zou, Y.; Xiang, C.; Yan, E.; Xu, F.; Sun, L. The Co-B Amorphous Alloy: A High Capacity Anode Material for an Alkaline Rechargeable Battery. Metals 2016, 6, 269.
Qiu S, Huang J, Chu H, Zou Y, Xiang C, Yan E, Xu F, Sun L. The Co-B Amorphous Alloy: A High Capacity Anode Material for an Alkaline Rechargeable Battery. Metals. 2016; 6(11):269.Chicago/Turabian Style
Qiu, Shujun; Huang, Jianling; Chu, Hailiang; Zou, Yongjin; Xiang, Cuili; Yan, Erhu; Xu, Fen; Sun, Lixian. 2016. "The Co-B Amorphous Alloy: A High Capacity Anode Material for an Alkaline Rechargeable Battery." Metals 6, no. 11: 269.
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