2019 journal article

SnS hollow nanofibers as anode materials for sodium-ion batteries with high capacity and ultra-long cycling stability


By: H. Jia n, M. Dirican n, N. Sun n, C. Chen n, P. Zhu n, C. Yan n, X. Dong n, Z. Du n ...

Contributors: X. Zhang n, J. Tao*, F. Tang*, J. Wang*, Y. Karaduman n, J. Guo, Z. Du n, X. Dong n ...

TL;DR: A novel anode material of SnS hollow nanofibers (SnS HNFs) was rationally synthesized by a facile process and demonstrated to be a promising anode candidate for sodium-ion batteries. (via Semantic Scholar)
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