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Fe3O4/carbon nanofibres with necklace architecture for enhanced electrochemical energy storage

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Fe3O4 spherulites on carbon nanofibres (CNF) to form novel necklace structures have been synthesised using a facile and scalable hydrothermal method, and their morphology and structure have been characterized using a range of electron microscopy and other techniques. The formation mechanism for the necklace structure has been proposed. The Fe3O4/CNF necklaces were sprayed onto large area current collectors to form electrodes with no binder and then investigated for their potential in supercap...

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University of Oxford
Publication date:
2015
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Oxford
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2014 - 2014
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English
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Digital
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The data was created in 2014 and consists of microscopy images of microstructure; electrochemical measurements including cyclic voltammetry, galvannostatic charge discharge and impedance, Raman, XRD, XPS, TGA. All numeric data is stored as labelled X-Y plots. Other details are given in the paper.

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