Nitrogen containing bio-carbon as a potential anode for lithium batteries

@inproceedings{Saravanan2015NitrogenCB,
  title={Nitrogen containing bio-carbon as a potential anode for lithium batteries},
  author={Kr. Saravanan and Nallathamby Kalaiselvi},
  year={2015}
}
Abstract Nitrogen containing porous carbon, derived from human hair through an economically viable and an environmentally benign approach has been explored for the first time as an anode for rechargeable lithium batteries. Such a human hair derived carbon (HHC) is found to be mesoporous with an appreciable BET surface area of 1617 m2 g−1. HHC, when explored as a lithium intercalating anode exhibits excellent electrochemical properties upon moderate (100 mA g−1) and high rate (3800 mA g−1… CONTINUE READING

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