Dataset Enhanced Lithiation Dynamics in Nanostructured Nb18W16O93 anodes

Published: 13 Feb 2020 | Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/hdgp822jsb.1
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X-ray diffraction data; electrochemical data; nitrogen adsorption data of nanostructured Nb18W16O19 powders used as Li anodes

Experiment data files

  • 1. X-ray data
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    X-ray diffraction data of Nb18W16O93 powders calcined for 2, 20 and 72h.

  • 2. Cycle life of discharge capacity
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    (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
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    (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
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    Adsorption isotherms of 60, 100 and 130 nm sized Nb18W16O93 particles.

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  • Version 1

    2020-02-13

    Published: 2020-02-13

    DOI: 10.17632/hdgp822jsb.1

    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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Battery Material, Nanostructure, Lithium Ion Battery, Anode Material, Oxide

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