Organic sodium terephthalate@graphene hybrid anode materials for sodium-ion batteries

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RSC Advances, 2016, 6 (62), pp. 57098 - 57102
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© The Royal Society of Chemistry 2016. In the search for high-performance electrodes for sodium-ion battery applications, there is a high demand for organic materials with satisfactory electrochemical performances, especially high rate capabilities. Herein, we report an organic based composite, sodium terephthalate@graphene (Na2TP@GE) hybrid synthesized via freeze-drying technique. This material shows an interconnected, multi-channelled monolith structure, which resulted in outstanding rate capability for sodium storage. This hybrid material demonstrated a high reversible capacity of 268.9 mA h g-1 and prolonged cyclability with capacity retention of 77.3% over 500 cycles.
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