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Silicon/Biogas-Derived Carbon Nanofibers Composites for Anodes of Lithium-Ion Batteries

AuthorsCameán Martínez, Ignacio ; Cuesta Pedrayes, Nuria ; Ramos Alonso, Alberto ; García Suárez, Ana Beatriz
KeywordsSilicon
Biogas-derived carbon nanofibers
Anodes
Lithium-ion batteries
Issue Date2020
PublisherMultidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
CitationC — Journal of Carbon Research 6(2): 25 (2020)
AbstractThe electrochemical performance of novel nano-silicon/biogas-derived carbon nanofibers composites (nSi/BCNFs) as anodes in lithium-ion batteries was investigated, focusing on composition and galvanostatic cycling conditions. The optimization of these variables contributes to reduce the stress associated with silicon lithiation/delithiation by accommodating/controlling the volume changes, thus preventing anode degradation and therefore improving its performance regarding capacity and stability. Specific capacities up to 520 mAh g−1 with coulombic efficiency > 95% and 94% of capacity retention are achieved for nSi/BCNFs anodes at electric current density of 100/200 mA g−1 and low cutoff voltage of 80 mV. Among the BCNFs, those no-graphitized with fishbone microstructure, which have a great number of active sites to interact with nSi particles, are the best carbon matrices. Specifically, a nSi:BCNFs 1:1 weight ratio in the composite is the optimal, since it allows a compromise between a suitable specific capacity, which is higher than that of graphitic materials currently commercialized for LIBs, and an acceptable capacity retention along cycling. Low cutoff voltage in the 80–100 mV range is the most suitable for the cycling of nSi/BCNFs anodes because it avoids formation of the highest lithiated phase (Li15Si4) and therefore the complete silicon lithiation, which leads to electrode damage
Description© 2020 by the authors.
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.3390/c6020025
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/215617
DOIhttp://dx.doi.org/10.3390/c6020025
E-ISSN2311-5629
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