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A new form of dual-phase heterostructured nanosheet comprised of oxygen-deficient TiO2/Li4Ti5O12 has been successfully synthesized and used as anode material for lithium ion batteries. With the three-dimensional (3D) Ti mesh as both the conducting substrate and the Ti(3+)/Ti(4+) source, blue anatase Ti(3+)/TiO2nanosheets were grown by a hydrothermal(More)
Fe2O3/Fe3O4-S core-shell nanorods were fabricated on a carbon cloth by sulfurization of FeOOH and post annealing. The prepared electrode exhibited remarkable cyclic stability and attractive rate capability for lithium storage.
The vulnerable restacking problem of tin disulfide (SnS2) usually leads to poor initial reversible capacity and poor cyclic stability, which hinders its practical application as lithium ion battery anode (LIB). In this work, we demonstrated an effective strategy to improve the first reversible capacity and lithium storage properties of SnS2 by growing SnS2(More)
High-temperature activation has been commonly used to boost the photoelectrochemical (PEC) performance of hematite nanowires for water oxidation, by inducing Sn diffusion from fluorine-doped tin oxide (FTO) substrate into hematite. Yet, hematite nanowires thermally annealed at high temperature suffer from two major drawbacks that negatively affect their(More)
A facile fabrication route towards a titanium-modified hematite photoanode has been developed, and the photoelectrochemical properties of this anode have been evaluated. Compared to pristine hematite, the activity of the modified photoanode in this work delivered almost twofold higher photocurrent under Air Mass 1.5G illumination. Further research revealed(More)
Defect engineering is regarded as one of the most active projects to regulate the chemical and physical properties of materials, which is expected to improve the photocatalytic performance of the materials. Herein, oxygen vacancies and IO3- doping are introduced into BiOI nanosheets via adding NaH2PO2, which can impact the charge carrier dynamics of BiOI(More)
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