Y. L. Ding, P. Kopold, K. Hahn, P. A. van Aken, J. Maier and Y. Yu (2016) A Lamellar Hybrid Assembled from Metal Disulfide Nanowall Arrays Anchored on a Carbon Layer: In Situ Hybridization and Improved Sodium Storage. Journal/Advanced Materials 28 7774-+. [In English]
Web link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/adma.201602009
Keywords: ,NA-ION BATTERIES, ENHANCED LITHIUM, DICHALCOGENIDE NANOSHEETS, HYDROGEN, EVOLUTION, MOS2 NANOSHEETS, ENERGY-STORAGE, GRAPHENE, MECHANISM, ANODE, GROWTH
Abstract: A lamellar hybrid assembled from metal disulfide (MoS2, WS2) nanowall arrays anchored on nitrogen-doped carbon layers is developed via an in situ hybridization strategy through a synergistic pyrolysis reaction of thiourea and oxometalates. Such a hybrid provides adequate electrical and chemical coupling between the active materials and the carbon substrate, thus realizing a high-efficiency electron-conduction/ion-transportation system and exhibiting excellent sodium-storage properties.