Hollow and yolk-shell structured off-stoichiometric tungsten trioxide via selective leaching and hydrogenation for enhanced lithium storage properties

Wenxiu Wang, Xianhui Meng, Kan Zhang, Ping Li, Dongchul Choi, Jong Hyeok Park, Yongkeun Son

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Abstract

Highly porous off-stoichiometric tungsten trioxide (WO3-σ) with hollow and yolk-shell structures have been successfully synthesized via a selective leaching strategy, following hydrogenation using PbWO4 spheres as the starting material. It was found that the yolk-shell WO3-σ could be obtained from hollow WO3-σ by dividing the continuous leaching process into two intervallic processes. The unique structural features and high conductivity facilitate both ion and electron transport, greatly enhancing reversible lithium storage capacity. In comparisons of the hollow WO3-σ and yolk-shell WO3-σ, the yolk-shell structure exhibited more long-term stability due to extra spatial elasticity.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)466-472
Number of pages7
JournalElectrochimica Acta
Volume215
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2016 Oct 10

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Lithium
Leaching
Hydrogenation
Tungsten
Elasticity
Ions
tungsten oxide
Electron Transport

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  • Electrochemistry

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Wang, Wenxiu ; Meng, Xianhui ; Zhang, Kan ; Li, Ping ; Choi, Dongchul ; Park, Jong Hyeok ; Son, Yongkeun. / Hollow and yolk-shell structured off-stoichiometric tungsten trioxide via selective leaching and hydrogenation for enhanced lithium storage properties. In: Electrochimica Acta. 2016 ; Vol. 215. pp. 466-472.
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Hollow and yolk-shell structured off-stoichiometric tungsten trioxide via selective leaching and hydrogenation for enhanced lithium storage properties. / Wang, Wenxiu; Meng, Xianhui; Zhang, Kan; Li, Ping; Choi, Dongchul; Park, Jong Hyeok; Son, Yongkeun.

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