Hybrid two-dimensional materials in rechargeable battery applications and their microscopic mechanisms.

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Integration of two-dimensional (2D) nanomaterials and their composites into energy storage devices, especially rechargeable batteries, offers opportunities to timely tackle the challenges of ever growing clean and sustainable energy demands. Therefore, it is crucial to design hybrid 2D electrode materials for high performance rechargeable batteries and to… (More)
DOI: 10.1039/c5cs00937e

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@article{Wang2016HybridTM, title={Hybrid two-dimensional materials in rechargeable battery applications and their microscopic mechanisms.}, author={Xi Wang and Qunhong Weng and Yijun Yang and Yoshio Bando and Dmitri Golberg}, journal={Chemical Society reviews}, year={2016}, volume={45 15}, pages={4042-73} }