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Ordered, Nanostructured Tin-Based Oxides/Carbon Composite as the Negative-Electrode Material for Lithium-Ion Batteries

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  • The authors thank Dr. Q. Wu and Q. Zhou for helpful discussion. This work was supported by the National Science Foundation of China (20101002, 20173012 and 20233030), State Key Research Program (G2000048001 and 2002AA321010), Shanghai Sci. & Tech. Committee (0212nm043, 03DJ14004, 03527001). Supporting Information is available online at Wiley InterScience or from the author.

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An ordered, nanostructured, tin-based oxides/carbon composite prepared by the full deposition of tin-based oxides into 3D nanospaces of mesoporous carbon is described. These novel nanostructured hybrid composites (see Figure) demonstrate a much better cycle performance as negative electrodes in lithium-ion batteries than nanosized tin-based oxides when cycled in a wide voltage range (0.02–2.0 V).

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