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Characterization of nanowires as an anode material for Li-ion batteries
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10.1063/1.2045550
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(a) Field emission SEM image of nanowires synthesized by thermal evaporation. (b) Fabricated button-type Li-ion battery with nanowires as an anode electrode material.

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(a) The curves in the first discharge charge process of a nanowire cell. (b) Cycling of electrochemical Li insertion (discharge) and release (charge) in nanowires with a Li counter electrode.

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Extraction capacity dependence of the Li-ion battery with nanowires as an anode material on cyclic number.

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TEM image of a Li-intercalated single-crystalline nanowire. Lots of nanoparticles are observed on the surface of the nanowire.

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Scitation: Characterization of SnO2 nanowires as an anode material for Li-ion batteries
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