Title

Morphology-selected synthesis of copper ferrite via spray drying with excellent sodium storage properties

RIS ID

137782

Publication Details

Yan, H., Zhang, Y., Wang, Y., Liu, J., Li, X., Zhang, Y. & Dong, P. (2019). Morphology-selected synthesis of copper ferrite via spray drying with excellent sodium storage properties. Ceramics International, 45 (16), 20796-20802.

Abstract

A series of morphology-selected copper ferrite (CuFe2O4) anode materials for sodium ion batteries were firstly prepared via a highly efficient spray drying method using glycine as the complex and accelerator. It was found that the glycine/nitrate (G/N) molar ratio has an important influence on the crystallinity, morphology and electrochemical properties of sodium storage. Compared with the other prepared materials, the G/N-0.3 (glycine-nitrate molar ratio of 0.3) exhibits the most excellent electrochemical performance. The excellent electrochemical properties can be attributed to the optimized molar ratio of glycine-nitrate, which induce a good crystallinity with a proper porous structure, thereby improving the cycle life of the battery.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ceramint.2019.07.066