Synthesis and Characterization of Silicon Based Anode Materials

T. Ould Ely, D. Batyrbekuly, Y. Sugurbekov, D. Stambekova, M. F. Doherty, Z. Bakenov

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Abstract

We have synthesized amorphous silicon-nanomaterials displaying high capacity and stable cyclability using an original organometallic approach. The method is based on the decomposition of silicon compounds 1Si-P1-U-2016 and 1Si-P2-C-2016, where silicon is bound to four atoms bearing an electron-withdrawing group on the β-position. These compounds decompose under argon at temperature below 500 °C. Scanning Electron Microscopy displays particles with size less than 50 nm, considerably smaller than the critical size above which silicon nanostructures will pulverize [1]. The nanosilicon particles, remain amorphous upon sintering under argon at 1150 °C, and crystallize only above 1400 °C in air, yielding SiO2 (Tetragonal, space group P41212). The silicon nanoparticles show excellent cycling performance, retaining a specific capacity of 1000 mAh g-1, and maintain more than 98% of its initial reversible capacity after 150 cycles. High specific capacity and stable cycle performance of the synthesized silicon makes it a promising anode material for lithium ion batteries

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)4502-4511
Number of pages10
JournalMaterials Today: Proceedings
Volume4
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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Silicon
Anodes
Argon
Silicon Compounds
Bearings (structural)
Silicon compounds
Organometallics
Amorphous silicon
Nanostructured materials
Nanostructures
Sintering
Nanoparticles
Decomposition
Atoms
Scanning electron microscopy
Electrons
Air
Temperature

Keywords

  • anode material
  • rechargeable lithium-ion battery
  • silicon nanoparticle

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  • Materials Science(all)

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Ould Ely, T., Batyrbekuly, D., Sugurbekov, Y., Stambekova, D., Doherty, M. F., & Bakenov, Z. (2017). Synthesis and Characterization of Silicon Based Anode Materials. Materials Today: Proceedings, 4(3), 4502-4511. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.matpr.2017.04.023

Synthesis and Characterization of Silicon Based Anode Materials. / Ould Ely, T.; Batyrbekuly, D.; Sugurbekov, Y.; Stambekova, D.; Doherty, M. F.; Bakenov, Z.

In: Materials Today: Proceedings, Vol. 4, No. 3, 2017, p. 4502-4511.

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Ould Ely, T, Batyrbekuly, D, Sugurbekov, Y, Stambekova, D, Doherty, MF & Bakenov, Z 2017, 'Synthesis and Characterization of Silicon Based Anode Materials', Materials Today: Proceedings, vol. 4, no. 3, pp. 4502-4511. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.matpr.2017.04.023
Ould Ely, T. ; Batyrbekuly, D. ; Sugurbekov, Y. ; Stambekova, D. ; Doherty, M. F. ; Bakenov, Z. / Synthesis and Characterization of Silicon Based Anode Materials. In: Materials Today: Proceedings. 2017 ; Vol. 4, No. 3. pp. 4502-4511.
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