3D CoMoSe4 Nanosheet Arrays Converted Directly from Hydrothermally Processed CoMoO4 Nanosheet Arrays by Plasma-Assisted Selenization Process Toward Excellent Anode Material in Sodium-Ion Battery

Shan Zhang, Yuanfei Ai, Shu Chi Wu, Hsiang Ju Liao, Teng Yu Su, Jyun Hong Chen, Chuan Hsun Wang, Ling Lee, Yu Ze Chen, Binbin Xu, Shin Yi Tang, Ding Chou Wu, Shao Shin Lee, Jun Yin, Jing Li, Junyong Kang, Yu Lun Chueh

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In this work, three-dimensional (3D) CoMoSe4 nanosheet arrays on network fibers of a carbon cloth denoted as CoMoSe4@C converted directly from CoMoO4 nanosheet arrays prepared by a hydrothermal process followed by the plasma-assisted selenization at a low temperature of 450 °C as an anode for sodium-ion battery (SIB) were demonstrated for the first time. With the plasma-assisted treatment on the selenization process, oxygen (O) atoms can be replaced by selenium (Se) atoms without the degradation on morphology at a low selenization temperature of 450 °C. Owing to the high specific surface area from the well-defined 3D structure, high electron conductivity, and bi-metal electrochemical activity, the superior performance with a large sodium-ion storage of 475 mA h g−1 under 0.5–3 V potential range at 0.1 A g−1 was accomplished by using this CoMoSe4@C as the electrode. Additionally, the capacity retention was well maintained over 80 % from the second cycle, exhibiting a satisfied capacity of 301 mA h g−1 even after 50 cycles. The work delivered a new approach to prepare a binary transition metallic selenide and definitely enriches the possibilities for promising anode materials in SIBs with high performances.

原文English
文章編號213
期刊Nanoscale Research Letters
14
DOIs
出版狀態Published - 2019 一月 1

指紋

Nanosheets
electric batteries
Anodes
anodes
Sodium
sodium
Ions
Plasmas
ion storage
Atoms
cycles
selenides
Selenium
selenium
Specific surface area
atoms
ions
Carbon
Metals
degradation

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Materials Science(all)
  • Condensed Matter Physics

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Zhang, Shan ; Ai, Yuanfei ; Wu, Shu Chi ; Liao, Hsiang Ju ; Su, Teng Yu ; Chen, Jyun Hong ; Wang, Chuan Hsun ; Lee, Ling ; Chen, Yu Ze ; Xu, Binbin ; Tang, Shin Yi ; Wu, Ding Chou ; Lee, Shao Shin ; Yin, Jun ; Li, Jing ; Kang, Junyong ; Chueh, Yu Lun. / 3D CoMoSe4 Nanosheet Arrays Converted Directly from Hydrothermally Processed CoMoO4 Nanosheet Arrays by Plasma-Assisted Selenization Process Toward Excellent Anode Material in Sodium-Ion Battery. 於: Nanoscale Research Letters. 2019 ; 卷 14.
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3D CoMoSe4 Nanosheet Arrays Converted Directly from Hydrothermally Processed CoMoO4 Nanosheet Arrays by Plasma-Assisted Selenization Process Toward Excellent Anode Material in Sodium-Ion Battery. / Zhang, Shan; Ai, Yuanfei; Wu, Shu Chi; Liao, Hsiang Ju; Su, Teng Yu; Chen, Jyun Hong; Wang, Chuan Hsun; Lee, Ling; Chen, Yu Ze; Xu, Binbin; Tang, Shin Yi; Wu, Ding Chou; Lee, Shao Shin; Yin, Jun; Li, Jing; Kang, Junyong; Chueh, Yu Lun.

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