Silicon nanoparticles-graphene paper composites for Li ion battery anodes.


Composites of Si nanoparticles highly dispersed between graphene sheets, and supported by a 3-D network of graphite formed by reconstituting regions of graphene stacks exhibit high Li ion storage capacities and cycling stability. An electrode was prepared with a storage capacity >2200 mA h g(-1) after 50 cycles and >1500 mA h g(-1) after 200 cycles that decreased by <0.5% per cycle.

DOI: 10.1039/b919738a

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@article{Lee2010SiliconNP, title={Silicon nanoparticles-graphene paper composites for Li ion battery anodes.}, author={Jeong Koo Lee and Kurt B Smith and Cary M Hayner and Harold H Kung}, journal={Chemical communications}, year={2010}, volume={46 12}, pages={2025-7} }