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Synthesis and Characterization of Cobalt-Doped WS2 Nanorods for Lithium Battery Applications

By Shiquan Wang, Guohua Li, Guodong Du, Li Li, Xueya Jiang, Chuanqi Feng, Zaiping Guo and Seungjoo Kim

Abstract

Cobalt-doped tungsten disulfide nanorods were synthesized by an approach involving exfoliation, intercalation, and the hydrothermal process, using commercial WS2 powder as the precursor and n-butyllithium as the exfoliating reagent. XRD results indicate that the crystal phase of the sample is 2H-WS2. TEM images show that the sample consists of bamboo-like nanorods with a diameter of around 20 nm and a length of about 200 nm. The Co-doped WS2 nanorods exhibit the reversible capacity of 568 mAh gāˆ’1 in a voltage range of 0.01ā€“3.0 V versus Li/Li+. As an electrode material for the lithium battery, the Co-doped WS2 nanorods show enhanced charge capacity and cycling stability compared with the raw WS2 powder

Topics: Nano Express
Publisher: Springer
OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:2897044
Provided by: PubMed Central

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