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A 3D Organically Synthesised Porous Carbon Material for Lithium Ion Batteries

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A 3D Organically Synthesised Porous Carbon Material for Lithium Ion Batteries. / Zhao, Ziqiang; Das, Saikat; Xing, Guolong; Fayon, Pierre Claude; Heasman, Patrick; Jay, Michael; Bailey, Steven William Dennis; Lambert, Colin John; Yamada, Hiroki; Wakihara, Toru; Trewin, Abbie Elena; Ben, Teng; Qiu, Shilun; Valtchev, Valentin.

In: Angewandte Chemie International Edition, Vol. 57, No. 37, 10.09.2018, p. 11952-11956.

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Zhao, Z, Das, S, Xing, G, Fayon, PC, Heasman, P, Jay, M, Bailey, SWD, Lambert, CJ, Yamada, H, Wakihara, T, Trewin, AE, Ben, T, Qiu, S & Valtchev, V 2018, 'A 3D Organically Synthesised Porous Carbon Material for Lithium Ion Batteries' Angewandte Chemie International Edition, vol. 57, no. 37, pp. 11952-11956.

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Zhao, Z., Das, S., Xing, G., Fayon, P. C., Heasman, P., Jay, M., ... Valtchev, V. (2018). A 3D Organically Synthesised Porous Carbon Material for Lithium Ion Batteries. Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 57(37), 11952-11956.

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Zhao Z, Das S, Xing G, Fayon PC, Heasman P, Jay M et al. A 3D Organically Synthesised Porous Carbon Material for Lithium Ion Batteries. Angewandte Chemie International Edition. 2018 Sep 10;57(37):11952-11956.

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Zhao, Ziqiang ; Das, Saikat ; Xing, Guolong ; Fayon, Pierre Claude ; Heasman, Patrick ; Jay, Michael ; Bailey, Steven William Dennis ; Lambert, Colin John ; Yamada, Hiroki ; Wakihara, Toru ; Trewin, Abbie Elena ; Ben, Teng ; Qiu, Shilun ; Valtchev, Valentin. / A 3D Organically Synthesised Porous Carbon Material for Lithium Ion Batteries. In: Angewandte Chemie International Edition. 2018 ; Vol. 57, No. 37. pp. 11952-11956.

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title = "A 3D Organically Synthesised Porous Carbon Material for Lithium Ion Batteries",
abstract = "We report the first organically synthesized sp–sp3 hybridized porous carbon, OSPC‐1. This new carbon shows electron conductivity, high porosity, the highest uptake of lithium ions of any carbon material to‐date, and the ability to inhibit dangerous lithium dendrite formation. The new carbon exhibits exceptional potential as anode material for lithium‐ion batteries (LIBs) with high capacity, excellent rate capability, long cycle life, and potential for improved safety performance.",
author = "Ziqiang Zhao and Saikat Das and Guolong Xing and Fayon, {Pierre Claude} and Patrick Heasman and Michael Jay and Bailey, {Steven William Dennis} and Lambert, {Colin John} and Hiroki Yamada and Toru Wakihara and Trewin, {Abbie Elena} and Teng Ben and Shilun Qiu and Valentin Valtchev",
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AU - Das, Saikat

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AU - Fayon, Pierre Claude

AU - Heasman, Patrick

AU - Jay, Michael

AU - Bailey, Steven William Dennis

AU - Lambert, Colin John

AU - Yamada, Hiroki

AU - Wakihara, Toru

AU - Trewin, Abbie Elena

AU - Ben, Teng

AU - Qiu, Shilun

AU - Valtchev, Valentin

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N2 - We report the first organically synthesized sp–sp3 hybridized porous carbon, OSPC‐1. This new carbon shows electron conductivity, high porosity, the highest uptake of lithium ions of any carbon material to‐date, and the ability to inhibit dangerous lithium dendrite formation. The new carbon exhibits exceptional potential as anode material for lithium‐ion batteries (LIBs) with high capacity, excellent rate capability, long cycle life, and potential for improved safety performance.

AB - We report the first organically synthesized sp–sp3 hybridized porous carbon, OSPC‐1. This new carbon shows electron conductivity, high porosity, the highest uptake of lithium ions of any carbon material to‐date, and the ability to inhibit dangerous lithium dendrite formation. The new carbon exhibits exceptional potential as anode material for lithium‐ion batteries (LIBs) with high capacity, excellent rate capability, long cycle life, and potential for improved safety performance.

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JO - Angewandte Chemie International Edition

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