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Contact-Engineered and Void-Involved Silicon/Carbon Nanohybrids as Lithium-Ion-Battery Anodes

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A novel anode structure composed of silicon nanowires dwelling in graphitic tubes is developed. The thus-fabricated 1D/1D hybrid structure exhibits good rate capability and remarkable cycling stability, which mainly originates from their structural advantages including the built-in void spaces and the robust line-to-line contact mode between the components.

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