A novel electrode design strategy of carbon-coated FeP particles anchored on a conducting carbon nanotube network (CNT@FePC) is designed to achieve a superior sodium ion storage. Such a unique structure demonstrated excellent long-life cycling stability (a 95% capacity retention for more than 1200 cycles at 3 A g-1) and rate capability (delivered 272 mAh g-1 at 8 A g-1).
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Ma, Chunrong; Fu, Zhengguang; Deng, Changjian; Liao, XiaoZhen; He, YuShi; Ma, ZiFeng; and Xiong, Hui. (2018). "Carbon-Coated FeP Nanoparticles Anchored on Carbon Nanotube Networks as Anode for Long-Life Sodium-Ion Storage". Chemical Communications, 54(80), 11348-11351.
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