Ren, M. M. and Zhou, Z. and Gao, X. P. and Liu, L. and Peng, W. X. (2008) LiVOPO4 hollow microspheres: One-pot hydrothermal synthesis with reactants as self-sacrifice templates and lithium intercalation performances. JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C, 112 (33). pp. 13043-13046.
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Self-produced template (usually bubbles and carbon particles) methods have been adopted to obtain micrometer- and nanometer-scaled hollow spheres. In this paper, we report the preparation of α-LiVOPO4 hollow spheres through a hydrothermal reaction of LiOH·H2O, V2O5, H3PO4, and N2H4·H2O at 250 °C for 48 h. During this procedure the reactant, V2O5 particles, served as the template and was consumed without any residues when the hydrothermal reaction was completed. Therefore, such a self-sacrifice template method makes large-scale production of α-LiVOPO4 hollow spheres feasible. α-LiVOPO4 hollow spheres were exploited as both cathode and anode materials for lithium ion batteries.
|Subjects:||Technology > Nanotechnology and energy applications|
Material Science > Nanostructured materials
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