Dataset Enhanced Lithiation Dynamics in Nanostructured Nb18W16O93 anodes
Description of this data
X-ray diffraction data; electrochemical data; nitrogen adsorption data of nanostructured Nb18W16O19 powders used as Li anodes
Experiment data files
1. X-ray data
X-ray diffraction data of Nb18W16O93 powders calcined for 2, 20 and 72h.
2. Cycle life of discharge capacity
(a) Cycle life of discharge capacity of 60, 100 and 130 nm Nb18W16O93 powders over the course of 100 charge-discharge cycles; (b) Rate dependent discharge capacity of 60, 100 and 130 nm Nb18W16O93 powders under 1C, 2C, 5C and 20C; (c) Cyclic voltammetry (1.2–3.0 V, scan rate 0.1 mV/s) data of 60, 100 and 130 nm Nb18W16O93 powders before and after 100 charge-discharge cycles; (d) 100 cycle charge-discharge results of 60 nm and 100 nm Nb18W16O93; (e) 1 C charge-discharge curves at 1st, 21st, 51st and 100th cycle of 100 nm Nb18W16O93; (f) 1st, 21st, 51st and 100th charge-discharge cycle from 1 C cycle life test; (g) 1 C, 2 C, 5 C and 20 C charge-discharge results of 60, 100 and 130 nm sized Nb18W16O93 particles from rate performance test.
3. CV for Nb18W16O93 powders + pseudocapacity
(a) Cyclic Voltammetry data for Nb18W16O93 powders with different grain sizes (60, 100 and 130 nm) at different rates (0.1 mV s-1 to 2 mV s-1); (b) Calculated pseudocapacity ratio obtained by Dunn’s method.
4. N2 Adsorption isotherms
Adsorption isotherms of 60, 100 and 130 nm sized Nb18W16O93 particles.
Cite this dataset
Xia, R.; Huijben, M.; ten Elshof, J.E. (2020), “Dataset Enhanced Lithiation Dynamics in Nanostructured Nb18W16O93 anodes”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/hdgp822jsb.1
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