Graphene Encapsulated Silicon Carbide Nanocomposites for High and Low Power Energy Storage Applications
AbstractIn this paper, a graphene decorated SiC nanomaterial ([email protected]) fabricated via a facile adiabatic process was physicochemically characterised, then applied as a supercapacitor material and as an anode within a Li-ion battery (LIB). The reported [email protected] nanomaterial demonstrated excellent supercapacitative behaviour with a relatively high power density and specific capacitance of 4800 W·kg−1 and 394 F·g−1, respectively. In terms of its capabilities as an anode within an LIB, the layered-graphene overwhelms the Li-intercalation, which is reflected in the obtained specific capacity of 150 mAh·g−1, with a columbic efficiency of ~99% (after 450 cycles) at a current of 100 mA·g−1. View Full-Text
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Martínez-Periñán, E.; Foster, C.W.; Down, M.P.; Zhang, Y.; Ji, X.; Lorenzo, E.; Kononovs, D.; Saprykin, A.I.; Yakovlev, V.N.; Pozdnyakov, G.A.; Banks, C.E. Graphene Encapsulated Silicon Carbide Nanocomposites for High and Low Power Energy Storage Applications. C 2017, 3, 20.
Martínez-Periñán E, Foster CW, Down MP, Zhang Y, Ji X, Lorenzo E, Kononovs D, Saprykin AI, Yakovlev VN, Pozdnyakov GA, Banks CE. Graphene Encapsulated Silicon Carbide Nanocomposites for High and Low Power Energy Storage Applications. C. 2017; 3(2):20.Chicago/Turabian Style
Martínez-Periñán, Emiliano; Foster, Christopher W.; Down, Michael P.; Zhang, Yan; Ji, Xiaobo; Lorenzo, Encarnación; Kononovs, Dmitrijs; Saprykin, Anatoly I.; Yakovlev, Vladimir N.; Pozdnyakov, Georgy A.; Banks, Craig E. 2017. "Graphene Encapsulated Silicon Carbide Nanocomposites for High and Low Power Energy Storage Applications." C 3, no. 2: 20.
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