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Electrochemical Nanowire Devices for Energy Storage

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Abstract

One-dimensional nanomaterials have offered a range of unique advantages in many energy related fields, such as a short Li-ion insertion/extraction distance, facile strain relaxation upon electrochemical cycling, enhanced electron transport, and very large surface to volume ratio, so nanowire has became popular and attracted increasing interest.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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