Multicomponent (Mo, Ni) metal sulfide and selenide microspheres with empty nanovoids as anode materials for Na-ion batteries

@inproceedings{Park2017MulticomponentN,
  title={Multicomponent (Mo, Ni) metal sulfide and selenide microspheres with empty nanovoids as anode materials for Na-ion batteries},
  author={Jinsung Park and Yun Chan Kang},
  year={2017}
}
Unique-structured MoS2–Ni9S8–C, MoSe2–NiSe–C, MoS2–Ni9S8, and MoSe2–NiSe–NiSe2 composite microspheres were prepared by pilot-scale spray drying and a subsequent post-treatment process. Dextrin, used as the carbon source, played a key role in the formation of unique-structured multicomponent metal sulfide and selenide microspheres with and without carbon. The empty nanovoids formed by decomposition (or carbonization) of phase-separated dextrin during the spray drying process were uniformly… CONTINUE READING

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